On Episode 18 of War Room: Impeachment, Jason Miller highlighted yet another vulnerable Democrat standing alongside radicals in his party:

CHRIS PAPPAS is from New Hampshire’s First Congressional District, centered in Manchester and covering the Seacoast – a beautiful part of the country this time of year, I might add.

Pappas won his election in 2018 53.6-45 per cent in a district Trump won 48.2-46.6 per cent in 2016. It’s a big time swing district.

As you might remember, this is one of the most volatile, if not THE most volatile seat in all of Congress, having switched hands between Carol Shea-Porter and Frank Guinta FOUR TIMES in the past decade.

Now, there isn’t much to find on CHRIS PAPPAS and impeachment, and most of his news clips show him having kids over to his office to make holiday cards for the troops, visiting hospitals and running food drives, all noble endeavors, while taking a public hands-off approach to impeachment.

But last Thursday, the day of the 236-192 impeachment resolution vote, CHRIS PAPPAS said he takes his oversight responsibilities under the Constitution very seriously, and quote “will continue to closely monitor this process as it moves forward.”

Um, CHRIS PAPPAS, you just voted to move forward on impeachment proceedings after having sat on your hands for a month while unconstitutional hearings were taking place, and there’s a reason President Trump’s campaign targeted Manchester as one of their 10 media markets they’re up on broadcast TV showing that fantastic “No Mr. Nice Guy” ad calling out Democrats for being triggered partisans.

In fact, Speaker Pelosi’s outside campaign arm, House Majority Forward, has targeted CHRIS PAPPAS as one of the handful of vulnerable Democratic candidates to run TV ads for, which tells you all you need to know.

But at home in Manchester, the people of New Hampshire are noticing, and our good friend Corey Lewandowski led a rally last month to call attention to CHRIS PAPPAS, saying “We stand here in the First Congressional District with Congressman Pappas, who votes more with AOC than he does with people of the state of New Hampshire.”


So what can we do about it?

Call CHRIS PAPPAS today at his Manchester office (because Congress is out of session this week) at 603-935-6710 and ask him why he’s standing with Nancy Pelosi, AOC and other libs, and not focusing on important matters like passing USMCA.

Let him know – politely! – what you’re thinking about being a Pelosi puppet.

Jason Miller is the former Trump 2020 campaign senior communications adviser and co-host of War Room: Impeachment