Ok, that’s not fair. Why ask a question for which we already know the answer?

Well, sure our guy in Congress–the guy who represents us–voted against the $19.1 disaster relief legislation that passed in the House on Saturday, 363  to 40. 

One hundred and forty Republicans voted for the bill, along with 223 of Democrats. That means Rep. Grothman was one of only 40 Republicans to deny the funding.

Funding that President Trump supported via Tweet: “I fully support H.R. 6201: Families First CoronaVirus Response Act, which will be voted on in the House this evening. This Bill will follow my direction for free CoronaVirus tests, and paid sick leave for our impacted American workers,”

So why did Rep. Grothman vote no? We don’t know. If you check his website, which is supposed to be his official platform, it is devoid of any information on his vote. Typical.

Read article from the Journal Sentinel.

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