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Better for America Podcast: Switching Parties for Morals with Rep. Jeff Van Drew   

Blue Dog Democrat Congressman Jeff Van Drew was told by party leaders, “You will obey,” when President Donald Trump was facing impeachment. His response, in true New Jersey fashion, ultimately led him to make a moral decision to switch to the Republican party. Congressman Van Drew joins the BFA podcast after winning his primaries as a first-time Republican. He gives AMAC’ers the 411 on all things Congress, the root cause of inflation and his new party’s hopeful November forecast.

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Michael L Arnold
1 month ago

Since Jeff van Drew’s switch to the Republican party, he has voted with the Democrats 39% of the time. I hope no more Democrats switch to the Republican party. He WAS a Democrat for a reason, and it seems that he still is at heart, even if the leopard ‘appears’ to have changed his spots. One vote for the Democrat agenda is a vote against Freedom, Liberty, and the Constitution. WE NEED POLITICIANS WHO WILL STRICTLY FOLLOW THE CONSTITUTION AND STAY AWAY FROM THE DEMOCRATS/PROGRESSIVES/SOCIALISTS/COMMUNISTS AT EVERY TURN.
We can no longer trust what a politician SAYS. The best way to know a politician is to look at his voting record which shows his Constitutional allegiance written in stone. There is no way one can change their voting history. They can lie, tell half-truths, but what they have done (how they have voted on each and every Bill) that is a matter of public record, and tells the whole story. I don’t trust him anymore now than I did when he ‘was’ a Democrat.

A40
1 month ago

Man times they’ll say they did that as a compromise to get something in return, such as a concession on a different bill. I can’t justify that. Either a vote is consistent with principle, or it’s not.

Lori Rader
1 month ago

He is a RINO !!!

RAY D
1 month ago



anna hubert
1 month ago

It is his duty to do the right thing

Marsha Gullion
1 month ago

A congressman with values , integrity and morals. Gives me hope.

Daffodil White
1 month ago

Thanks for the subject of Jeff Van Drew switching party.
Would you talk about Stolen Election on Nov 3, 2020 midnight and Election Integrity?
How to prevent Voter Fraud in Midterm 2022? Thanks again..

Phil
1 month ago
Reply to  Daffodil White

I agree with Daffodil. NOBODY has come forward to refute the facts presented in “2000 Mules”. Until those charges are addressed and the perpetrators imprisoned, we’re all sitting here like passengers on a cruise ship that has been commandeered by pirates. We passengers can “vote” for anything we like… it won’t matter to the pirates in charge of the FBI, DOD, DOJ, IRS, etc. Even SCOTUS is powerless agaist them.

Michael L Arnold
1 month ago
Reply to  Phil

So if they are ‘pirates who have commandeered the ship,’ then what is there for us to do about ‘the pirates?’ If we act like them, does that mean we are them or if we try to forcefully try to take the ship back, does that mean we are patriots or are we criminals? What is the protocol or SOP for such a situation as we are in if voting won’t do any good?

A40
1 month ago

That’s basically the proposition the colonists were faced with. We believe we’re upholding the Constitution today, and therefore patriots. Democrats look for loopholes and tricks to undermine or circumvent the Constitution. It really isn’t a loyalty test to the law at this point. It’s a loyalty test to the people currently in power. People who can manipulate and threaten judges, and get cabinet officials to weaponize their authority against political enemies.

Kim moline
1 month ago

For the answer, please read: Divorce! (Available as ebook at Amazon)

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