Jason Chaffetz is no stranger to Washington D.C. And he has finger on the button of what the American people are all about.
The former congressman from Utah served 18 years in D.C. Jason now fills in for Hannity occasionally and weighs in on other breaking news on Fox. (VIDEO BELOW.)
Recently, he joined Fox News and weighed on Obama’s speech where the former President bashed the current President.
Barack Hussein Obama also tried to take credit for the President Trump economy.
Jason Chaffetz was NOT having any part of Barack’s flowery rhetoric.
Chaffetz opened with, “Barack Obama talked a lot about hope, but [President] Donald Trump delivered the American dream and the reality of making that available to everybody.”
“ALL the economic indicators – what’s happening overseas. [President] Donald Trump has proven to be far more successful than Barack Obama EVER ever even thought he could be,” Chaffetz told America. And he would know since he was in D.C. during Obama’s scandalous administration. (VIDEO BELOW.)
“Barack Obama. His administration was one of most scandalous we’ve had in my life time.” – Jason Chaffetz – Fmr. Congressman (R-UT).
Jason is referring to such scandals as Fast and Furious, Benghazi, Uranium One, Iranian Cash Delivery, IRS Targeting and the politicization of the FBI. There’s more; however, we are under a space constraint. Click here to read further.
“And Donald Trump is delivering the American Dream for the American people.” – Jason Chaffetz – Fmr. Congressman (R-UT).
Jason told the American people, “Give it an opportunity to extend!” In other words, Chaffetz is recommending we create the biggest RED TSUNAMI America has ever seen for the 2018 Midterms!
Jason continued, “The Obama legacy? The voters rejected THAT overwhelmingly and put Donald Trump in the Presidency.” (VIDEO BELOW.)
We voted down Barack’s agenda once. And we will do it AGAIN in the 2018 Midterms and in 2020.
WATCH VIDEO BELOW.
.@jasoninthehouse: "Barack Obama talked a lot about hope, but Donald Trump delivered the American dream and the reality of making that available to everybody.” https://t.co/S7svQYwJbl pic.twitter.com/u8f6zUAJRB
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