Sanctimonious Scanlon Sneers At Constituent — A reader contacted Mary Gay Scanlon, the divisive Democrat who represents Pennsylvania’s 5th District in Congress, expressing concern about the lack of action regarding border security and the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA). The USMCA is a trade agreement that bipartisan experts say will greatly improve the economy of North America and, unlike, NAFTA, puts America first.
Here’s what our reader got in response. Congresswoman Scanlon should be ashamed of herself. She does not care about this country or her district.
Crowd Protests Scanlon Over Impeachment Push — About 35 protesters greeted Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon at yesterday’s (Oct. 20) town hall at Strath Haven High School in Nether Providence Township our sources tell us.
Susan Jane, of Montgomery County, was one of the organizers of the protest against the Democrat Scanlon. She had been a much more active-than-average Republican committeewoman in Lower Gwynedd until she was forced from her post last December. It would have been nice if the GOP leadership kept her in the fold considering the division in the party and the opportunity they are blowing to take back control of the county this Nov. 5.
Crowd Protests Divisive Scanlon Over Impeachment Push
Ladies Who Lynch With Mary Gay — Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon, the divisive Democrat who represents Pennsylvania’s 5th District, is holding a town hall 3 p.m., Sunday (Oct. 20) at Strath Haven High School, 205 S. Providence Road, Wallingford, Pa., 19086.
Maybe next week she can look into Russia’s other LOL assets Jill Stein and Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI).
Apparently she will be attempting to drum up support to impeach President Trump, well, just because.
Don’t be surprised if most of those attending Mary Gay’s ladies-wh0-lynch event to be defenders of the President and democracy.
Mary Gay Scanlon First Town Hall — Mary Gay Scanlon, the new Democrat extremist representative for Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District will hold a town hall, 7 o’clock, tonight, Feb. 21 , at Widener University’s Lathem Hall in Chester.