PITTSBURGH, Pa. — House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, who will become House speaker if Republicans regain their majority in November’s midterm elections, as most expect, has an exclusive in western Pennsylvania. A preview of the GOP’s upcoming “Commitment to America” ​​on Housekaart News. Thursday night before Friday morning launch.

“We’re launching it tomorrow Friday in Washington State — Washington County, not Washington, D.C., where real Americans are,” McCarthy said. “It’s a plan to get America back on track. It’s a promise to America, For the past year and a half, all GOP members have gone out and worked on different working groups.”

About 30 House Republicans will gather at a sheet metal factory outside Pittsburgh to unveil a long-awaited agenda that represents one of the biggest efforts Republicans have made ahead of the election, possibly since former Speaker New York in 1994. One of T. Gingrich’s biggest efforts since signing a contract with the United States.

“We’ve really broken it down into four pillars: a strong economy, a secure country, a future built on freedom, and an accountable government,” McCarthy told Housekaart News. “Under each pillar, we’ve laid out what we’re going to do. With a strong economy, we’re going to stop this runaway spending and curb inflation. We’re going to do [the country] Energy independence and lower natural gas prices. We will bring the supply chain from China back to the United States. In a safe country, the first thing we do is protect our borders, end this capture and release, and stop this fentanyl that is happening. We’re going to be able to have another 200,000 police officers, and the other thing we’re going to be able to do is these prosecutors and DAs who haven’t enforced the law, and we’re going to explain that and come up with transparency graphs so everyone knows where we are. Of course, we want to defend our national security. “

Under the other two pillars, McCarthy further explained the agenda.

“Then we’ll look at a future built on freedom,” McCarthy said. “We’re going to pass a parental rights bill. Parents should have a say in their children’s education. We’re going to give parents the ability to choose. We’re going to get tax credits, give kids scholarships so a million kids can go to a new school different and different schools. You have health care and big tech companies, hold them accountable and ensure fairness. That’s all the things we’ve been talking about since the beginning and all the different things we’re going to be going from ESG to Section 230. And then , we’re going to talk about an accountable government. The first thing we’re going to do is defend the Second Amendment right to free speech. And then we go in, what we’ve really been working on is these institutions, we’ve got over 500 saves Letter. Why don’t we know where the origins of COVID started? Why don’t we know what’s going on in Afghanistan when the president listens to the military? An attorney general who went after parents and called them terror just because they were in a school board meeting What about the molecules? That’s where we’re going to hold all the agencies accountable. The last one is to make sure Congress works. On day one, we’re going to do away with proxy voting, and then on electoral law, we have a full electoral law bill, For voter ID and cleaning voter rolls.”

The members expected to take part in the launch of the “Commit to America” ​​agenda are a fairly broad cross-balance in the House Republican session. Of course, McCarthy and his top two lieutenants, House GOP whip Steve Scalise and conference chair Elise Stefanik will be here, but so will a broad range of House GOP rank-and-file members from across the party. it’s here.

The full membership list includes representatives Vern Buchanan (R-FL), Kat Cammack (R-FL), Byron Donalds (R-FL), Tom Emmer (R-MN), Carlos Jimenez (R-FL), Tony Gonzales (R-FL) -TX), Garret Graves (R-LA), Brett Guthrie (R-KY), Jim Jordan (R-OH), David Joyce (R-OH), John Katko (R-NY), Mike Kelly (R-OH) )-PA), Julia Letlow (R-LA), Lisa McClain (R-MI), Mike McCaul (R-TX), Patrick McHenry (R-NC), Dan Meuser (R-PA), Carol Miller (R- WV ), Marianette Miller-Meeks (R-IA), Burgess Owens (R-UT), Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA), Adrian Smith (R-NE), Lloyd Smucker (R-PA), Bryan Steil (R- WI), Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Beth Van Duyne (R-TX) and Brad Wenstrup (R-OH).

After the rollout, McCarthy said, Republicans intend to deliver the message directly to voters and use the commitment to America as a core campaign tool.

“I just came back from 26 states in the past 43 days,” McCarthy told Housekaart News. “We’re going to keep traveling. We came to Pittsburgh, Washington County, because we fundamentally thought we needed to get out there and talk to the American people; you listen to them, and you lead. We’re seeing opportunities here that we haven’t seen in the past. What we’re doing is we’re launching Commitment to America, and then every week we’re going to have a different theme for that element. We want people to get involved. We’re going to have a National Commitment Day on certain days to encourage people to talk about crime. Let’s talk Borders. Let’s talk about how we can build a stronger economy. Let’s talk about how we can restore supply chains and what that means for the economy.”

More from McCarthy’s exclusive interview with Housekaart News at the launch of Commitment to America.

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