Good news everyone! Bill Huizenga’s going to be in Baldwin on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at Baldwin High School to meet with District Two constituents in Lake County:
Today, Congressman Huizenga announced he will be holding a stop on his listening tour for residents of the Second District in Lake County on Saturday, February 25th at noon. The town hall style listening session will be held in the cafeteria of Baldwin Senior High School. [b]This event is reserved for Second District residents.[/b] Media is asked to RSVP with Congressman Huizenga’s Office.
- Who: Congressman Bill Huizenga
- What: A Town Hall Listening Session
- Where: Baldwin Senior High School located at 525 4th St in Baldwin, Michigan
- When: Saturday, February 25th at noon
Why the distinction that only District Two residents are invited? The Republicans spread the fake story that all of the angry people showing up at the town hall meeting s are paid shills and not real constituents. If you’re not part of the GOP echo chamber, Bill Huizenga doesn’t represent you.
It‘s a sad state of affairs when an elected official declares he only cares about the people who agree with him. He’s supposed to represent every one in his district whether they voted for him or not. He’s also aware of what’s been happening around the country, like this:
Best town-hall captioning ever pic.twitter.com/M5utvpdZbu
— Adam Weinstein (@AdamWeinstein) February 23, 2017
— IndivisibleNOCO (@IndivisibleNOCO) February 22, 2017
— Michael Sexton (@jmsexton_) February 21, 2017
VIDEO: Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz gets PWNd by 10 year old s science question in Town Hall: YouTube: An angry,… https://t.co/zeswUPcIG5
— Environment Guru (@environmentguru) February 12, 2017
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) February 22, 2017
And this, saving the best for last:
At town hall, 7-year-old asks Arkansas Sen. Cotton about defunding PBS and building the wall. “You can still have one and have the other.” pic.twitter.com/LNFK1ybuUE
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 23, 2017
Toby’s on his way to being a great progressive.
None of these people were paid to yell at their congressmen. Really, a seven year old is on the Soros payroll? The GOP wants people to think so, which is why rooms full of angry voters are showing their photo IDs now to prove they live in the district.
Elected officials can avoid the angry crowds if they only realized they’re supposed to do what their constituents want. This is why people like Bill Huizenga are called representatives. This means every one in District Two, not just the rich people in Ottawa County who donate large sums of money to his re-election war chest. Most of us don’t even have the last name DeVos.
Hopefully, many people from Lake County will make it to Baldwin High School on Saturday to let Bill Huizenga know what his constituents think of the GOP’s plan to take away health care coverage for thousands of his voters.