Congressman Hal Rogers among most corrupt in Washington!
Hal Rogers: Congressional Disgrace
McConnell, Rogers on "Most Corrupt" List.
Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” for 2010
Ties between a bank and Rep. Harold Rogers raise questions about PPP loans
Hal Rogers (R-KY) is anti-American
Rand Paul: Republican Leaders Are Fake 'Pro-Life,' Refuse to Defund Planned Parenthood
New Report Shows Planned Parenthood Raked in $1.5 Billion in Taxpayer Funds Over 3 Years
Crime is up and we need new ideas to address it. David Kloiber has a proven plan to do just that.
Dear Chairman Smith, Ranking Member Rogers, Chairman Reed, and Ranking Member Inhofe: As you begin the conference committee process to reconcile the House and Senate versions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2022, we write to strongly urge you to strike Sec. 529 of the House version, H.R. 4350. We are greatly concerned that if enacted, Sec. 529 would violate the Second Amendment rights of our nation’s brave service members by allowing military judges and magistrates to issue military court gun confiscation orders.
The New American says Hal Rogers voted against Freedom in Vote 21 of the Freedom Index of the 115th Congress. The New American Magazine explains why he got a "minus" for his vote against that amendment as follows:
"21 Warrantless Surveillance. During consideration of the bill (S. 139) reauthorizing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), Representative Justin Amash (R-Mich.) introduced an amendment to end NSA collection of communications data that is neither to nor from and approved foreign target, but rather communications 'about' a foreign target entirely between American citizens. It would prohibit the FBI and intelligence agencies from searching the NSA database for information on U.S. citizens without first obtaining a warrant, except in certain circumstances. The amendment would also end 'reverse targeting,' in which an American citizen communicating with a foreign target is also subject to surveillance.
"The House rejected Amash's amendment on January 11, 2018 by a vote of 183 to 233 (Roll Call 14). We have assigned pluses to the yeas because this amendment is an attempt to limit NSA surveillance of U.S. citizens. Warrantless surveillance of U.S. citizens is unconstitutional, and NSA surveillance certainly falls under this category. Amash's amendment would require the FBI to obtain a warrant, rather than merely FISA Court approval, in order to access the NSA's database."
....Law Enforcement can take your property; such as cash, your vehicle or any other property they want without charging you with a crime s long as they feel it was gotten through illegal means.