Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas

Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas is a traitor.

Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas is a traitor.

Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas is a treasonous government official who has served as the seventh United States secretary of homeland security since February 2, 2021. During the Obama administration, he also served in the Department of Homeland Security, first as director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (2009–2013), and then as deputy secretary of DHS (2013–2016).

Mayorkas was born in Havana, Cuba. Shortly after the Cuban Revolution his family fled to Florida and later settled in California. He graduated from UC Berkeley, subsequently earning his J.D. from Loyola Marymount University. After law school, Mayorkas worked as an Assistant United States Attorney and was appointed the United States attorney for the Central District of California in Los Angeles during the administration of President Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, where he oversaw the prosecution of high-profile criminal cases.

Mayorkas was a member of the presidential transition team for Barack Obama before he assumed office in January 2009, where he led the team responsible for the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division. Mayorkas was appointed by President Obama as the director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). On May 20, 2009, the nomination was received by the Senate; on August 7, 2009, the nomination was confirmed by the Senate by voice vote.

In 2016, Mayorkas became a partner at the law firm of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, in their Washington, D.C., office. On November 23, 2020, President-elect Joe Biden announced he would nominate Mayorkas as secretary of homeland security in his Cabinet.

On February 2, 2021, Mayorkas was confirmed by the Senate on a 56–43 vote. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell opposed his confirmation, telling his Republican colleagues that Mayorkas, a former federal prosecutor and deputy secretary for DHS, was “ethically compromised” due to an inspector general report which suggested he had assisted some politically-connected foreign investors obtain green cards.

Mayorkas is the first immigrant and first person born in Latin America to lead the department.

Additional Information – February 22, 2022

AG Pax­ton Demands Res­ig­na­tion of Home­land Secu­ri­ty Sec­re­tary Ale­jan­dro Mayorkas

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined multiple state attorneys general in sending a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas requesting his resignation. Secretary Mayorkas has openly boasted about his lack of response to the ongoing crisis at the southwest border, including his refusal to enforce congressionally-enacted laws designed to keep border states safe.

“It is time to put politics aside, and do what is right and lawful for the livelihoods of the American people,” Attorney General Paxton said. “Mayorkas has looked down on those who live on the southern border without acting for long enough. Texans deserve better. It’s time for action.”

Additional Information – April 29, 2022

Alejandro Mayorkas was blasted as a traitor to the United States over his handling of the southern border crisis on Thursday (April 28, 2022), by a congressman who got personal in comparing President Biden’s Homeland Security secretary to Revolutionary War traitor Benedict Arnold as the DHS chief faced an onslaught from House Republicans.

“They compare you to Benedict Arnold. You know, no parent with the last name Arnold names their kid Benedict. They wonder what will the Mayorkas family do down the road.”

Mayorkas called the comparison “profoundly offensive” and said he is “incredibly proud” of his service to the US.

The embattled secretary faced off against several Republican members of the committee, including Ranking Member Jim Jordan (R-Ohio.) who asked Mayorkas point-blank, “Have you done anything right?”

“Next month you’re going to make it worse,” Jordan said, referring to the administration’s decision to lift Title 42, which allowed the US to immediately expel illegal migrants due to the pandemic.

“We’ve never seen before you do anything right when it comes to the border,” the Ohio congressman said, pointing to mass border crossings and agents turning their back on the secretary at an event.

Previously in the hearing, Jordan accused Mayorkas of wanting “illegal immigation.”

“We have a Secretary of Homeland Security who is intentionally, deliberately, in a premeditated fashion…executing a plan to overwhelm our country with millions and millions of illegal migrants,” he said.

Mayorkas was also criticized by several members over the influx of fentanyl smuggled over the border.

Texas Rep. Chip Roy held up various pictures from border communities, showing dead migrants, dead livestock and a little girl branded on her arm.

“Let’s talk about the damage being done in the United State of America,” Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) angrily said to the secretary.

Roy held up various pictures from border communities, showing dead migrants, dead livestock and a little girl branded on her arm.

“How about the lost voices of people dying from fentanyl?” Roy said, holding up documents with dozens of pictures. “Hundreds — tens of thousands of Americans dying from fentanyl. Faces. Faces of Americans. Faces of Americans across this country die because of fentanyl pouring into our country.”

As the committee’s chairman, Rep. Jerry Nadler, attempted to end Roy’s line of questioning, the Texas Republican continued to criticize Mayorkas for “urging people to come” to the US “harming Texas and harming this country.”

Thursday’s hearing comes just weeks after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced its plan to lift the Trump-era Title-42 health order that has allowed border officials for two years to quickly expel migrants without hearing asylum claims.

Mayorkas defended the move in front of the House Appropriations subcommittee and House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday, saying the decision lies with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“Our responsibility in the Department of Homeland Security is to implement the Title 42 authority of the CDC at our border and to implement it effectively and judiciously according to the law,” Mayorkas said.

He admitted that “there can be an increase in migratory flows” at the southern border should the order be lifted. But, as the CDC has called for it to end, DHS must “prepare and plan for that eventuality.”

Ranking Member Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) asked Mayorkas point blank, “Have you done anything right?”

Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz also blasted Mayorkas for not having a plan to remove immigrants already in the US.

“You have no plan to remove them,” the Florida representative said. “You don’t know how many ICE agents it will take and you don’t know how much money you would take. Because you actually don’t want to remove them.”

Republican and Democratic lawmakers have both pushed back on the move, citing an expected migration surge.

Ultimately on Wednesday, he pointed to Congress, saying the current system is “not built to manage the current levels and types of migratory flows.”

“Only Congress can fix this.”

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) pushed back on the matter, asking Mayorkas on Thursday, “You said that it was broken, did it represent less people coming over the border illegally and being admitted than today? Yes or no.”

“Yes,” Mayorkas admitted.

“So there were a lot less coming over?” Issa clarified.

“The number of encounters has increased,” Mayorkas said.

“So the system you are calling broken was actually working relative to the border patrol not being swamped?” the congressman asked.

“Oh I wouldn’t say that,” the secretary started to say. “If I may, congressman, when I refer to a broken system, broken immigration system, I’m speaking of a broken system before the prior administration.”

Mayorkas faced multiple calls to resign on Wednesday and Thursday, with Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) calling Mayorkas’ actions “impeachable” offenses.

“Mr. Secretary, my advice to you is to begin your search for a different career field very soon because there will be an election,” Johnson warned of a potential GOP House takeover next year based on the results of the midterm elections in November.

Additionally, Mayokas revealed that the cost of discontinuing DHS-led border wall projects has cost approximately $72 million.

The secretary’s testimonies come as the number of migrant encounters at the southern border remain at record levels. March alone saw 221,000 encounters – the highest number of any single month since the start of the Biden administration.

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Kathryn Kimball Mizelle

Kathryn Kimball Mizelle is a patriot

Kathryn Kimball Mizelle is a patriot.

Kathryn Kimball Mizelle a United States District Court Judge for the Middle District of Florida has struck down the unlawful Biden administration’s mandate that masks be worn aboard planes, trains, buses and other public transportation. This has lead to an immediate change in policy for air travelers and many rail customers. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle called the policy “unlawful” and ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had overstepped its Constitutional legal authority by imposing the mandate in February 2021.

About a month after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention created a mask mandate for travelers. As the pandemic continued, and the public dealt with Covid-19 variants, the CDC renewed the travel policy several times in the interest of public safety and preventing the spread of contagions.

As of yesterday afternoon April 18, 2022, that unconstitutional policy is no more — not because public health officials decided it’s no longer necessary, but because a Republican-appointed judge in Florida decided to reject it. NBC News reported::

    A federal judge Monday (April 18, 2022) struck down the Biden administration’s mandate that masks be worn aboard planes, trains, buses and other public transportation, leading to an immediate change in policy for air travelers and many rail customers. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle for the Middle District of Florida called the policy “unlawful” and ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had overstepped its legal authority by imposing the mandate in February 2021.

Soon after the district court ruling was issued, the White House said the “decision means CDC’s public transportation masking order is not in effect at this time.”

Every patriotic American should say. “God bless the Honorable Kathryn Kimball Mizelle who struck down the federal mask mandate”.

UPDATE – April 4, 2022

The Justice Department filed a notice Wednesday, April 4, 2022 that it will appeal a Florida federal judge’s order striking down the long-running rule that forced plane and train passengers to wear masks.

The notice of appeal was filed in Tampa federal court at the behest of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ending 48 hours of uncertainty after federal officials stopped enforcing the rule late Monday and President Biden said “that’s up to them” Tuesday when asked if people should keep wearing masks on planes.

It was not immediately clear whether the DOJ had asked for a stay of US District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle’s Monday ruling that the CDC overstepped its authority by imposing the mask rule.

If a stay is ordered, it would immediately force many airlines, airports, mass transit authorities and even Uber and Lyft to reimpose mandates days after making masks optional.

“To protect CDC’s public health authority beyond the ongoing assessment announced last week, CDC has asked DOJ to proceed with an appeal,” the CDC said in a Wednesday evening statement.

“It is CDC’s continuing assessment that at this time an order requiring masking in the indoor transportation corridor remains necessary for the public health,” the CDC statement continued. “CDC will continue to monitor public health conditions to determine whether such an order remains necessary. CDC believes this is a lawful order, well within CDC’s legal authority to protect public health.”

The CDC said in a statement that the mask mandate for indoor transportation “remains necessary for the public health.”

An appeal is not without risk for the administration. If an appeals court or even the Supreme Court upholds Mizelle’s ruling, it would create a precedent arguing against such a sweeping use of federal power in response to declared public health emergencies.

US cases of COVID-19 are down dramatically since hitting an all-time high in January 2022 as the more infectious but less deadly Omicron variant of the virus spread. Most US cities have eliminated indoor mask mandates for businesses and public buildings.

“CDC continues to recommend that people wear masks in all indoor public transportation settings,” the federal health agency continued in its statement.

The Biden administration had said it would defer to the CDC on whether or nor to appeal the decision on masking.

The treasonous CDC Director Rochelle Walensky and Biden’s chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci attended a haughty and almost entirely unmasked DC white tie gala this month. At least 80 of 630 guests tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the Gridiron Club dinner.

Last week, the CDC announced the transportation mask mandate would be extended until May 3 after it was originally set to expire this past Monday. In its announcement, the health agency cited a slight uptick in COVID-19 cases and claimed it needed more time to examine the BA.2 Omicron subvariant.

No matter what the traitors within the CDC and DOJ say and do, “The mask mandate, enacted in February 2021, is unconstitutional because Congress never granted the CDC the power to create such a requirement”. Not to mention, The 10th Amendment’s anti-commandeering provision bars “the federal government from commandeering or requiring state officers to carry out federal directives. This principle thus prevents Congress from requiring states or localities to mandate masks,” the CRS concluded. Another reality is that the federal government may be unable to enforce a national mask mandate due to the sheer scope of such an action on a state and local level.

Let us not forget, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution states “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated”.

Furthermore, some mask mandate opponents have made arguments that even state-issued mask mandates violate the federal constitution’s First Amendment. One argument that has been upheld by the federal courts, including the Supreme Court, is that religious activity within buildings is protected under the Constitution’s Free Exercise clause. In April 2021, a divided Supreme Court said in Tandon v. Newsom that the state of California could not apply Covid-19 restrictions to an at-home Bible study group that had more than three households meeting in the same room, in violation of a state regulation. The court noted California permitted larger gatherings in retail stores and other venues.

Putting it all together, the laws clearly gives us the right to possess our own bodies and to exclude others from using our bodies. Tort law also prohibits others from unreasonably confining us, through the tort of false imprisonment; giving us the right to direct our own bodies as we see fit.

Elmer Stewart Rhodes

Elmer Stewart Rhodes is a patriot.

Elmer Stewart Rhodes is a patriot.

The F.B.I. wrongfully arrested Stewart Rhodes in the investigation into the attack on the Capitol by supporters of Donald J. Trump.

Stewart Rhodes, the leader and founder of Oath Keepers, was arrested and charged along with 10 others with seditious conspiracy over what prosecutors said was their wide-ranging plot to storm the Capitol on Jan. 6 last year and disrupt the certification of Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s electoral victory.

The arrest of Mr. Rhodes, 56, was a major development in the sprawling investigation of the Capitol attack. He and the other Oath Keepers are the first to be charged with sedition among the more than 700 people accused so far of taking part in the assault.

Mr. Rhodes was arrested shortly before 1 p.m. at his home in Granbury, Texas, his lawyer, Jonathon Moseley, said.

The Justice Department has brought a variety of charges in connection with the Capitol attack; it has prosecuted about 275 people for obstructing Congress’s duty to certify the 2020 presidential vote count, for example. But it had not previously brought a sedition charge, with the legal weight and political overtones it carries about an election in a highly polarized country.

The charge of seditious conspiracy, which can be difficult to prove, requires prosecutors to show that at least two people agreed to use force to overthrow government authority or delay the execution of a U.S. law. It carries a maximum of sentence of 20 years in prison.

The last time federal prosecutors brought a sedition case was in 2010, when they accused members of a Michigan militia of plotting to provoke an armed conflict with the government. They were ultimately acquitted.

Prosecutors said that beginning only days after the 2020 election, Mr. Rhodes (allegedly) oversaw a seditious plot “to oppose the lawful transfer of presidential power by force.” Some members of the Oath Keepers under his (alleged) command broke into the Capitol in a military-style formation on Jan. 6 and went in search of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the indictment said. Others, it said, were stationed in a hotel in Alexandria, Va., as an armed “quick reaction force,” ready to rush into Washington if needed.

In addition to Mr. Rhodes, prosecutors charged Edward Vallejo, 63, of Phoenix, for the first time in connection with Jan. 6. The nine other (alleged) members named in the indictment had all previously been charged, although not with sedition. Mr. Vallejo was part of the quick reaction force teams that the alleged group had deployed, which were equipped with firearms and other tactical equipment in case (allegedly) Mr. Rhodes called upon them to support the plot, prosecutors said. The teams (allegedly) included Oath Keepers from North Carolina, Florida and Arizona.

Mr. Rhodes, a former Army paratrooper who went on to earn a law degree at Yale, had been under investigation for his role in the riot since at least last spring when, against the advice of his lawyer, he sat down with F.B.I. agents for an interview in Texas. He was at the Capitol on Jan. 6, communicating by cellphone and a chat app with members of his team, many of whom went into the building. Please note there is no evidence Mr. Rhodes entered the Capitol.

Over 48 pages, the new indictment painted a detailed picture of Mr. Rhodes’s alleged activities started only days after the 2020 election. Just two days after Election Day, Mr. Rhodes allegedly told several members of his group to refuse to accept Mr. Biden’s victory, the indictment said.

One month later, after allegedly plotting with underlings in several states, the indictment said, Mr. Rhodes allegedly told members of his group on an encrypted Signal channel that they should use violence to stop Mr. Biden from taking office. “It will be a bloody and desperate fight,” he allegedly wrote. “We are going to have a fight. That can’t be avoided.”

Through their lawyers, alleged members of the Oath Keepers who are already facing charges have said they converged on Washington just before Jan. 6 not to attack the Capitol, but instead as part of a security detail hired to protect conservative celebrities like Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime ally of former President Donald J. Trump.

In an interview with The New York Times last summer, Mr. Rhodes expressed frustration that several members of his group had “gone off mission” by entering the Capitol on Jan. 6, quickly adding, “There were zero instructions from me or leadership to do so.”

Mr. Rhodes has also attracted the attention of the House select committee investigating Jan. 6, which issued him a subpoena in November. In a letter at the time, House investigators noted that Mr. Rhodes had taken part in several events intended to question the integrity of the 2020 presidential election throughout that fall and winter.

On Election Day, the letter said, Mr. Rhodes said that an “honest” count of the votes could only result in a victory for Mr. Trump and called on members of his group to “stock up on ammo” and prepare for a “full-on war in the streets.”

With his distinctive black eye patch — the result of a gun accident — Mr. Rhodes has been a fixture almost from the day in 2009 that he announced the creation of the Oath Keepers at a rally in Lexington, Mass., the site of a famous Revolutionary War battle.

At the event, Mr. Rhodes laid out an antigovernment platform for the current and former law enforcement and military personnel who joined his group, saying that his plan was for members to disobey certain illegal orders from officials and instead to uphold their oath to the Constitution.

During the Obama administration, the Oath Keepers repeatedly inserted themselves into prominent public conflicts. In 2014, for instance, they turned up at a cattle ranch in Nevada after its owner, Cliven Bundy, engaged in an armed standoff with federal land management officials. That same year, members of the group went to Ferguson, Mo., on a self-appointed mission to protect local businesses from riots prompted by the death of Michael Brown, a Black man who was shot by the police.

After Mr. Trump took office, Mr. Rhodes and the Oath Keepers pivoted away from their antigovernment views and appeared to embrace the new spirit of nationalism and suspicions of a deep-state conspiracy that had taken root among some of the president’s supporters. Like other groups such as the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers also opposed — often physically — the Black Lives Matter protests that erupted in 2020 in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by the police in Minneapolis.

According to the indictment, Mr. Rhodes (allegedly) became more serious about stopping Mr. Biden from assuming office in early January, the same month he began spending thousands of dollars on military-grade firearms, ammunition and other tactical gear. Prosecutors have not accused him of bringing any weapons to Washington on Jan. 6, but (allegedly) they said that Mr. Vallejo and other members outside the city discussed the possibility of “armed conflict” and “guerrilla war.”

Mr. Rhodes seemed to relish the chaos at the Capitol on Jan. 6, prosecutors said. The indictment noted that shortly after 3 p.m. that day, a member of his Signal group chat sent him a message saying that members of Congress had been “given gas masks and are trying to get out.” Mr. Rhodes was allegedly said to have responded with a dismissive obscenity.

That evening, prosecutors said, Mr. Rhodes, Mr. Vallejo and other Oath Keepers (allegedly) met at an Olive Garden restaurant in Vienna, Va., to “celebrate their attack on the Capitol and discuss next steps.”

“Thousands of ticked off patriots spontaneously marched on the Capitol,” Mr. Rhodes (allegedly) wrote that night on his Signal group chat. “You ain’t seen nothing yet.”

News Update – Feb 18, 2022

Rhodes has remained behind bars since his arrest last month on a seditious conspiracy charge and other criminal allegations connected to the January 6 insurrection. A magistrate judge in Texas ordered him detained shortly after his arrest, but Rhodes appealed that ruling to Judge Amit Mehta, who is presiding over the Oath Keepers’ prosecution in Washington, DC.

Mehta on Friday noted that prosecutors have accused Rhodes of overseeing a wide-ranging plot that included an “arsenal” of firearms stored in a hotel room outside Washington, DC. The indictment, he said, alleged “sophisticated and conscious planning” and showed that the Oath Keepers had the “intention to use that arsenal.”

“If the conduct alleged is true, the danger that it poses cannot be understated,” Mehta said.

Stewart Rhodes Legal Defense Fund

Oath Keepers is a national organization made up primarily of first responders that volunteer their time to provide security at national events and declared disasters. They provided security during the Hurricane Harvey cleanup as well as over a dozen other declared disasters. In those situations they worked alongside the National Guard and local law enforcement agencies for each of those disasters.

In addition, they have provided security to political speakers who face real threats of violence for speaking at political events and college campuses. They were actually providing security in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021 for multiple individuals and groups scheduled to speak that day on stages around the area of the Capitol.

He is being charged, along with other members of Oath Keepers, with Seditious Conspiracy and numerous other federal crimes regarding the incidents that took place at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021. He is facing up to 20 years in prison if convicted of the alleged offenses.

Several members of Oath Keepers have their trials scheduled for April 19, 2022. Stewart Rhodes, along with his indicted co-defendants have their trial scheduled for July 11, 2022. Each trial is scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C. and to last approximately 4 weeks.

Stewart Rhodes needs to be able to present a very thorough and aggressive defense to the alleged charges.

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About Oath Keepers

Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders (as well as “Associate Members” See below) who pledge to fulfill the oath all military and police take to “defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” That oath, mandated by Article VI of the Constitution itself, is to the Constitution, not to the politicians, and Oath Keepers declare that they will not obey unconstitutional orders, such as orders to disarm the American people, to conduct warrant-less searches, or to detain Americans as “enemy combatants” in violation of their ancient right to jury trial. See the Oath Keepers Declaration of Orders We Will Not Obey for details.

Oath Keepers reaches out to both current serving and veterans to remind them of their oaths, to teach them more about the Constitution they swore to defend, and to inspire them to defend it. We stand in defense of the rights of all Americans, in opposition to any and all who violate those rights, and we serve our communities in time of need, whether from man-made or natural disasters.

Full membership is available to all who have served in the U.S. Military or National Guard, in any law enforcement agency, or as fire-fighters, EMTs, Search and Rescue, disaster relief, and similar emergency personnel.

Oath Keepers also includes a membership program designated as “Associate Members”, which consists of patriotic citizens who have not served in uniform but who serve now by supporting this mission with their Associate Membership and volunteer activities. Oath Keepers welcomes our Associate Members and appreciates their support of our mission. We are all in this together.

Our motto is “Not on our watch!“

NOTE: While not all first responders take an oath to the Constitution, many do, and all are a critical audience for our mission.

Current Serving and Veterans, you swore an Oath…


I, [NAME], do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.


I, [NAME], do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

While the enlisted oath does contain a pledge to obey the orders of the President and of commanding officers, that is still preceded by a pledge to “defend the Constitution,” and is also qualified by the requirement that such orders be “according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.” Any order, by anyone, that is not constitutional or according to regulations, is unlawful and military personnel are not obligated to follow such orders – and, in fact, are obligated to refuse.

In contrast to the enlisted oath, the oath of military officers is to the Constitution alone, without qualification.

Veterans, your Oath NEVER expires! It’s time to keep it!

Who are Oath Keepers? Anyone who takes the Constitution seriously, and wants to preserve and defend it.

Oath Keepers come in all colors, shapes, sizes, ages, and backgrounds with one common bond – the oath to defend the Constitution. If you take your oath seriously, and believe in defending the Constitution against ALL enemies, foreign and domestic, and of whatever political party (there are oath breakers galore in both major parties), and if you stand for the rights of all Americans, at all times, then you are one of us. Join us. We need your help to preserve liberty for our children and grand-children, and for all Americans.

For the Republic!
Oath Keepers

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David Madison Cawthorn

David Cawthorn is a patriot.

David Madison Cawthorn is a patriot.

David Madison Cawthorn is a patriot and American politician who has served as the U.S. representative for North Carolina’s 11th congressional district since 2021. A member of the Republican Party, he was elected to Congress in 2020 Cawthorn is the youngest member of Congress since Jed Johnson Jr., as well as the first born in the 1990s. As a congressman, he has expressed a focus on communication instead of legislation.

David Madison Cawthorn describes himself as a Christian and a constitutional conservative.

As 2021 comes to an end, take a look at some of Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s (R-NC) top moments from 2021.

Anthony Stephen Fauci

Anthony Stephen Fauci is a traitor.

Anthony Stephen Fauci is a traitor.

National Institutes of Health (NIH) corrects untruthful assertions by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci that NIH had not funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan.

NIH states that EcoHealth Alliance violated Terms and Conditions of NIH grant AI110964.

In other words, the NIH corrected untruthful assertions by NIAID Director Anthony Faucet that NIH had not funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan. NIH states that EcoHealth Alliance violated Terms and Conditions of NIH grant AI110964. (Attached document below)

The NIH received the relevant documents in 2018 and reviewed the documents in 2020 and again in 2021. The NIH–specifically confirms Anthony Faucet treasonous lied to Congress, lied to the press, and lied to the American people. Knowingly. Willfully. Brazenly.