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By Craig Bannister | March 8, 2019 | 11:32 AM EST


A majority of Americans agree with President Donald Trump that some members of Congress “hate our country,” a new Rasmussen Reports survey of likely voters shows.

Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last Saturday, March 2, Trump said:

    “We have people in Congress, right now, we have people in Congress that hate our country.”

    “And, you know that, and we can name every one of them, if they want. They hate our country. Sad. Very sad. When I see some of the statements they made. Very, very sad.”

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While slightly more than half of likely voters agreed with the statement, only about a third disagreed that some members of Congress hate America:

    Agree: 51%
    Disagree: 34%
    Undecided: 14%

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Who knows, maybe things will actually change.
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Who knows, maybe things will actually change.

They will only get worse since we allow illegal aliens to vote for themselves.  They come from their failed socialist governments and want to force the same thing on us.  So they vote themselves some socialism.
While there are many areas over which the states and the federal government share responsibility, immigration is not one of them.

The sanctuary policies implemented by cities such as Seattle seek to nullify federal immigration law and obstruct its enforcement.

Sanctuary states and cities want to “frustrate effectuation” of federal enforcement of our immigration laws.

https://www.heritage.org/immigration/commentary/sanctuary-cities-thats-constitutional-hell-no

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Suggest it's self-hatred that drives this raging neuroses.
The great revolutions of the modern era, in France and Russia,
produced a paroxysm of chaos and violence.
Wonder if this will end w/the same intensity???

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Suggest it's self-hatred that drives this raging neuroses.
The great revolutions of the modern era, in France and Russia,
produced a paroxysm of chaos and violence.
Wonder if this will end w/the same intensity???

If history is a guide it's not going to end well. The "elites" on the left think they can control the mob, but the mob always ends up being what it is, a mob.
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A majority of Americans agree with President Donald Trump that some members of Congress “hate our country,” a new Rasmussen Reports survey of likely voters shows.
Maybe some voters disagree on who those USA hating Congressmen are.  I think Congressman Steve King hates decriminalizing interracial marriage, desegregating of school, and other things America stands for.  A big chunk of that 51% think the GOP hates the country so the only way they agree with Trump is in the vaguest definition of the words he speaks with.  It's like saying I agree with Trump because I want America to be great. 
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