Cong. Brady: Democrats Would Seemingly Chase a Stray Dog if it Led Them to Impeachment

On Mueller the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) & the SECURE Act

By Cong. Kevin Brady

WASHINGTON D.C. (Texas Insider Report) When Robert Mueller first released his report I had hoped Democrats would finally drop their obsessive rush to impeachment and instead try working with Republicans on solving issues important to the American people. Their reaction to Muellers recent comments however show they would seemingly chase a stray dog if it led them to impeachment theyre still dead-set on finding any reason to take down this President.


The Mueller Deniers" are at it again. Special Counsel Robert Mueller recently made a definitive statement about his reports conclusion no collusion none between Russia and the Trump campaign.

Its time for Democrats to accept the results of the 2016 Election and recognize that no collusion occurred by any American including President Trump.

Congressman Al Green of Houston revealed the truth when he pleaded

If we dont impeach him he will be re-elected."

Throwing the country into a constitutional crisis so your party can win the White House? Thats dangerous to our democracy AND The ballot box still matters in America.

Momentum is growing in Texas for the modernized free trade agreement with Mexico and Canada. Texas is made for trade" selling $127 billion of Made-in-Texas goods to our neighboring trade partners which supports over 900000 Texas jobs.

Last week I traveled across the district and heard first-hand from folks in every industry agriculture energy manufacturing just how important the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is to them and why Congress should act now to approve the new agreement. 

The President has made it clear: Mexico must do more to stop the humanitarian crisis at the border and he is serious about taking necessary actions to find a real solution.

Mexico is a valued ally and the new tariffs are not yet in affect. There is a window to find common ground and its in both countries interest to do so. Resolving this issue is essential to the passage of the new USMCA that will benefit workers farmers and businesses in both countries.


Recently the House passed the SECURE Act a savings reform plan by Ways & Means Committee Chairman Ritchie Neal and myself that helps people save more and earlier for retirement helps more small businesses offer retirement plans and raises the age to 72 before the government forces you to start spending your savings (my goal is to eliminate the requirement completely). As chairman of the committee I led these bipartisan reforms successfully through the U.S. House twice last year but time ran out to send to the President. Now the bill heads to the Senate for consideration. 

This week Im hosting our Annual Military Academy Send-Off Breakfast for the fantastic young people from District 8 who were offered Military Academy Appointments. This years guest speaker is College Park High School alum and recent graduate of the United States Air Force Academy Tyler Mortenson.

After four years as a standout player on the Air Force Falcons baseball team Tyler is reporting to Laughlin Air Force Base for pilot training in August. Tyler will have wisdom aplenty to share with the students following in his footsteps and I wish each and every student the best of luck on their next adventure!

Im thrilled to announce this years winner of the Congressional Art Competition is Magnolia West High School sSenior Jake Hall. Jakes piece The Final Journey is a moving tribute to beloved Texan and former President George H.W. Bush.

Im hosting Jake and his family in Washington this month where his work will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year. Congrats Jake!

Please visit my website for more information.


Congressman Kevin Brady represents the 8th District of Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives. He currently serves as the lead Republican on the House Ways & Means Committee. In 2018 while serving as Chairman of the committee he authored and helped pass the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act to reform the U.S. Tax Code for the first time in more than 30 years.

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