Kevin McCarthy And House GOP Unveil ‘Commitment To America’ Plan For 2022 Midterms (VIDEO)

Kevin McCarthy and other Hose Republicans introduced their ‘Commitment to America’ plan for the 2022 midterms today in Pennsylvania.

The plan focuses on issues that matter most to voters like inflation, crime, energy costs and education.

It draws a sharp contrast from the issues Democrats are choosing to focus on.

FOX News reports:

McCarthy, House Republicans highlight economy, education in ‘Commitment to America’ agenda

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy introduced the GOP’s “Commitment to America” package on Friday, Republicans’ shared sales pitch ahead of the upcoming midterm elections.

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McCarthy came out swinging in his speech, accusing Democratic lawmakers of ignoring rising crime, decrying restrictions on parental rights and promising to repeal the recent expansion to the Internal Revenue Service.

The agenda includes a slate of general policy recommendations in four broad categories: “An Economy That’s Strong;” “A Nation That’s Safe;” “A Future That’s Built on Freedom;” and “A Government That’s Accountable.”

“We want an economy that is strong. That means you can fill up your tank. You can buy the groceries. You have enough money left over to go to Disneyland and save for a future — that the paychecks grow, they no longer shrink,” McCarthy told the crowd, laying out what Republicans say they will do if they gain the House majority.

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He continued, “We have a plan for a nation that’s safe. That means your community will be protected, your law enforcement will be respected. Your criminals will be prosecuted. We believe in a future that’s built on freedom — that your children come first.”

Watch some clips below:

Political analysts on both sides expect the GOP to retake the House in November.

 

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