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Here Are The 100 House Democrats Who Voted To DESTROY America With Socialism

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The House on Thursday approved a resolution denouncing socialism in a bipartisan vote that fractured the Democratic caucus.

According to The Hill, the resolution overwhelmingly cleared the chamber in a 328-86-14 vote. The majority of Democrats — 109 of them — voted with all Republicans for the resolution, while 86 voted against it and 14 voted “present.”

The measure, which runs three pages, says “socialist ideology necessitates a concentration of power that has time and time again collapsed into Communist regimes, totalitarian rule, and brutal dictatorships.”

It argues that “many of the greatest crimes in history were committed by socialist ideologues” — mentioning Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, Fidel Castro, Pol Pot, Kim Jong Il, Kim Jong Un, Daniel Ortega, Hugo Chavez and Nicolás Maduro — and it lists atrocities committed under socialist regimes.

“Congress denounces socialism in all its forms, and opposes the implementation of socialist policies in the United States of America,” the resolution reads.

When introducing the measure, the office of Rep. María Elvira Salazar (R-Fla.) — a sponsor of the resolution — said passing it “would make a bold statement that the People’s House unequivocally denounces this cruel and unjust ideology.”

“It would also ensure the United States commits to never begin or normalize the implementation of socialist policies that inevitably lead to economic ruin and political authoritarianism,” Salazar’s office added in a statement.

Here are the 100 Democrats who voted in favor of destroying America with Socialism:

  1. Adams, North Carolina
  2. Balint, Vermont
  3. Barragán, California
  4. Beatty, Ohio
  5. Beyer, Virginia
  6. Blumenauer, Oregon
  7. Bonamici, Oregon
  8. Bowman, New York
  9. Bush, Missouri
  10. Cárdenas, California
  11. Carson, Indiana
  12. Casar, Texas
  13. Castro, (TX) Texas
  14. Chu, California
  15. Clarke, (NY) New York
  16. Cleaver, Missouri
  17. Connolly, Virginia
  18. Courtney, Connecticut
  19. Davis, Illinois
  20. DeGette, Colorado
  21. DeLauro, Connecticut
  22. DeSaulnier, California
  23. Doggett, Texas
  24. Espaillat, New York
  25. Evans, Pennsylvania
  26. Fletcher, Texas
  27. Foushee, North Carolina
  28. Frost, Florida
  29. Garamendi, California
  30. García, (IL) Illinois
  31. Garcia, (TX) Texas
  32. Garcia, California
  33. Goldman, (NY) New York
  34. Gomez, California
  35. Green, Al (TX) Texas
  36. Grijalva, Arizona
  37. Hayes, Connecticut
  38. Higgins, (NY) New York
  39. Himes, Connecticut
  40. Hoyer, Maryland
  41. Huffman, California
  42. Jayapal, Washington
  43. Johnson, (GA) Georgia
  44. Kamlager-Dove, California
  45. Kelly, (IL) Illinois
  46. Larson, (CT) Connecticut
  47. Lee, (CA) California
  48. Lee, (PA) Pennsylvania
  49. McCollum, Minnesota
  50. McGarvey, Kentucky
  51. McGovern, Massachusetts
  52. Mfume, Maryland
  53. Moore, (WI) Wisconsin
  54. Mullin, California
  55. Nadler, New York
  56. Napolitano, California
  57. Neal, Massachusetts
  58. Ocasio-Cortez, New York
  59. Omar, Minnesota
  60. Pallone, New Jersey
  61. Pascrell, New Jersey
  62. Payne, New Jersey
  63. Pingree, Maine
  64. Pocan, Wisconsin
  65. Porter, California
  66. Pressley, Massachusetts
  67. Ramirez, Illinois
  68. Raskin, Maryland
  69. Sánchez, California
  70. Sarbanes, Maryland
  71. Schakowsky, Illinois
  72. Scott, (VA) Virginia
  73. Scott, David Georgia
  74. Sherman, California
  75. Smith, (WA) Washington
  76. Takano, California
  77. Thanedar, Michigan
  78. Tlaib, Michigan
  79. Tokuda, Hawaii
  80. Tonko, New York
  81. Torres, (CA) California
  82. Vargas, California
  83. Velázquez, New York
  84. Waters, California
  85. Watson, Coleman New Jersey
  86. Williams, (GA) Georgia
  87. Blunt, Delaware
  88. Brown, Ohio
  89. Cicilline, Rhode Island
  90. Crockett, Texas
  91. Escobar, Texas
  92. Eshoo, California
  93. Hoyle, (OR) Oregon
  94. Jackson, Lee Texas
  95. Jacobs, California
  96. Leger, New Mexico
  97. Matsui, California
  98. Ross, North Carolina
  99. Scanlon, Pennsylvania
  100. Stansbury, New Mexico

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