Representative Barry Loudermilk of Georgia is a Republican on a mission.
He's doing something right now that many Republicans in Congress are proving unable to tackle:
Standing up to the liberals in our federal government.
For years now, especially since Donald Trump has left office, America's top liberals have been treating politics not as a forum with decorum, but as a battlefield.
They are trying any tricks that they can think of to try to beat us down and keep us there.
They call us names like racists and bigots.
They lock us in our homes and get us used to government control by calling it "two weeks of SAFETY to flatten the curve." It was never about safety; it was about control.
America's little people don't really have a way to fight back against big government, so we're counting on the Republicans in Congress to do it for us.
They've largely failed, for the most part.
Loudermilk is trying to change that. I don't know how much he's going to get done, but it's safe to say that he's a bigger part of the solution than he is the problem, and that's something that can't be said about a lot of America's public servants.
As part of his campaign to bring fairness back to America, Loudermilk recently sent a letter demanding the White House be more transparent when necessary.
"Seems the White House is trying redact and hide information on documents they do not own," Loudermilk said. "Anything other than my subcommittee getting original, unreacted documents is unacceptable."
He is requesting "unedited and unredacted testimony from 'Secret Service agents or employees who were assigned to former President Trump on January 6, 2021.'"
Until they give the testimony to him, it's pretty clear we aren't getting the full story.
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