Congressional Update – Lauren Underwood’s Announcement

From Former Quigley Supporter

6th & 14th Congressional Districts Updates 6/30/19

Underwood Re-election Announcement — What I Saw and Heard

WOODSTOCK — As has been reported elsewhere, Congresswoman Lauren Underwood formally announced her candidacy for re-election to represent the 14th congressional district on Saturday.  Complementing what print media has written, adding what I saw and heard at this event at the Woodstock Opera House and analysis.

Underwood’s announcement took place just before 11AM to an audience of about 75 people. 

Prior to Underwood taking the stage,

  • Senior Advisor Ronnie Cho,
  • Kane County Democratic Chairman Mark Guethle,
  • McHenry County Democratic Chairwoman Kristina Zahorik and
  • McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks

addressed the audience.

Upon taking the stage, Underwood retold her story of how then-Congressman Randy Hultgren promised he would not vote to repeal health care and protections for people with pre-existing conditions.  And once he voted to eliminate Obamacare, she decided to run for Congress.  The rest was history.

She talked about her legislation, The Veterans’ Care Quality Transparency Act (H.R. 2372), and the accomplishment of passing this bill out of the House on a unanimous voice vote on May 21, noting “bipartisanship” is rare.  She told the audience how she is working to insure taxpayers receive an increase to the state and local taxes (SALT) deduction limits (H.R. 1757), noting most in the audience paid more federal taxes this year.

Underwood also responded to the opposition to her and why all of her supporters need to work even harder in 2020.  She joked about the “Fake Nurse” moniker Republicans, in particular the National Republican Congressional Committee, have attached to her.  Upon completing her speech of 20 minutes, she posed for a group picture and left.  Chicago Sun-Times D.C. Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet tweeted yesterday she gave a 2nd announcement at a BBQ in Plainfield in the late afternoon.

ANALYSIS:  I genuinely prayed for Congresswoman Underwood prior to her taking the stage and after she took the stage, praying she would really rise to the occasion. 

My prayers were not answered. 

Congresswoman Underwood missed a golden opportunity when kicking off her re-election campaign to really set herself apart from all of the partisanship in Washington. 

Given what happened and how she voted on the House floor on Thursday, she had a real story to tell, to really set her apart from both Republicans and Democrats alike. 

She didn’t, and decided to play it safe.

Underwood should have discussed the real bipartisanship she applied and supported for the formal passage of the Senate-amended H.R. 3401, the appropriations bill for emergency funding for the southern border.  After the Senate amended the original House bill on an 84-8 vote, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who was convinced by Democrats from the Problem Solvers Caucus and the Blue Dog Coalition, led her caucus to pass the Senate-amended legislation as is.

Underwood should have strongly said to her audience on Saturday she voted for getting the urgent funding to the southern border amid the crisis, and defend Speaker Pelosi did the right thing.  

And unlike the legislative accomplishments she touted yesterday, the appropriations bill approved on Thursday will be signed by President Trump upon his return from the Far East.

As reported in POLITICO, Pelosi listened to the Democrats in the Problem Solvers Caucus — a bipartisan group of moderates that pushed Pelosi to take up the Senate bill.  This inflamed progressives within the Democratic Party and caused real hatred to explode, including:

— Congressman Mark Poncar tweeted on Thursday afternoon prior to the final vote: “Since when did the Problem Solvers Caucus become the Child Abuse Caucus?”
— Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told POLITICO:  “I think the Problem Solvers Caucus is emerging to be this tea party within our own Democratic Party”

The Democrats easily throw the word “hate” around about President Trump, Republicans and Christians applying Scripture to public policy. 

Uderwood could have stood up, even at her re-election announcement, and champion the need that as she represents all residents in the 14th district, and just like she says in Twitter, “Hate has no place in our community or anywhere in our country.” and strongly say within Congress, too. 

No one can read the statements from her Democratic colleagues, particularly Congressman Poncar without seeing/feeling real hatred over the bipartisan solution and vote from Thursday.

Underwood should have jumped on the hatred from her Democratic colleagues unleashed on other Democratic colleagues.

Opportunity missed, in favor of stoking partisanship for her re-election, instead of statesmanship. 

This is where Underwood should take a lesson from President Trump, and what he did within 24 hours after her announcement.

President Trump became the first President of the United States to set foot in North Korea, and had a face-to-face with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. 

And may the world be a much safer place for the risk the President took to meet with North Korea face-to-face after stepping foot into North Korea. 

When I first heard this, I immediately thought about the famous phrase from the early 1970s, “Only Nixon could go to China.” 

Coincidentally, that phrase was first said by a Democrat.

Congresswoman Underwood could have had a similar, maybe not historic, moment if she had taken the risk of telling her enthusiastic supporters and others in attendance that she is going to represent all people in the 14th district, and stay above the partisan wars which takes place from both sides of the aisle. 

Regrettably, she chose partisanship. 

Underwood’s kind of “playing it safe” strategy is one of many reasons Republicans have a very real chance to win back the 14th in 2020.

Woodstock ObserverLink:  

Rep. Underwood formally announces re-election campaign

FOX News opinion:  “Harry Kazianis: Trump’s unconventional North Korea strategy — is it worthy of a Nobel Prize?”
Wikipedia “Nixon Goes to China”:


Congressional Update – Lauren Underwood’s Announcement — 53 Comments

  1. Where is the Girl Scout Uniform, the nurses uniform and the stethoscope?

    Whats the matter Lauren, you have become clearly aware that the people of the State of Illinois know about all your lies and all your facades?


  2. Let’s not forget about this little tidbit from Lauren Underwoods Linkedin page “Study coordinator for NIH-funded project, “Symptom Prevention and Management for African American women with Breast Cancer” which examines spirituality and coping skills among black women undergoing chemotherapy’

    Lauren Underwood, promised to work for all of the people. Further, she states “Hate has no place in our community or anywhere in our country. I’m proud to support the @NOH8Campaign and will continue to advocate for equality in Congress”

    Apparenlty, Underwood does not advocate for equality in research, spirituality and coping skills among “ALL WOMEN”

    Nope, Lauren only supports research, spirituality and coping skills among black women.



  3. Hey Bennie, the picture with the tape over Lauren Underwoods mouth is Appropriate!

    Bennie Thompson, might want to look up the definition of APPROPRIATE!

    Now really, no more of those drag performances,Lauren Underwood, where you are lip syncing those old renditions by Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama. The people are sick and tired of those performances.

  4. I still don’t get the cookie remarks.

    And if you think Trump sucking up to a murderous dictator is any sort of a victory, you are pretty much insane. It’s a fun exercise to imagine the EXACT SAME people’s outrage had Obama fawned over Kim like this. Do you think Trump will ever find a,democratically elected leader he likes as much as these murderous thugs?

  5. Go stuff it Joe!

    Lauren Underwoods campaign is sunk and the boat hasn’t even left the dock.


  6. Hmmmmmmm

    Only 75 people at that gathering.

    That sucks for Lauren Underwood. Did she have to pay people to appear? Just asking….lol

  7. Don’t you love iyt when republikkklans ask for “bipartisanship?” It really means, “Democrats do as republikkklans say.” Not sure? Ask mitch mcturtle…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwww…

  8. McHenry County’s number one Politician everyone loves to hate…..

    And, the winner is………………………..


  9. No Hate?

    Does that mean she’s going to rescind her vote to kill innocent babies?

    That’s the most hateful of all things!

    And knowing that Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry is targeting her own race.

    What a gem!

  10. Take a look at the pic of Lauren Underwood with tape on her mouth.

    She has a crazy 8 on her cheek.

    The purpose of the game is to get rid of all of your cards…lol

  11. Apparently, Lauren Underwood lost her deck of cards.

    I don’t think she ever had a full one.

    Tic, tock, tic, tock, good riddance Lauren Underwood!

  12. Good to see Racist DALA’s obsession with Lauren Underwood continues. It must be really really tough for Racist DALA to know that his/her neighbors voted for a black woman to represent the district.

  13. Alabama Shake – you are a liar just like Lauren Underwood. Apparently, you are still following the leader!

    No one likes a liar!

  14. Sadly, the Oprah Book Club monthly meeting had to be cancelled.

    “Down with the struggle” fatigue, was cited as the reason.

  15. Re: “sucking up to a murderous dictator is any sort of a victory,”

    Is Joe referring to the picture of Obama bowing to the King of Wahabism?

  16. Did you really (really?) stand there and pray for her Cal?

    You are just another bullshit Christian trying to cover your crap with religion.

  17. Color me skeptical.

    But I have a hard time believing Heinrich’s reading disability, was caused by snorting detergent residue.

  18. You can add Little Joey Blowhard to the useful idiot list.
    He never misses an opportunity to proudly display his low I.Q.
    #TRUMP2020 – He shall prevail.
    We will be drinking Liberal tears by the barrelful once again.

  19. This lady’s credibility is highly suspect as long as she associates herself with a political party whose TOP 20 contenders for the presidency propose reckless, lawless, moronic and anti-U.S. ideas for the policies they would pursue if by some miracle one of them were elected as the next president. She could greatly increase her image by leaving the Democrat Party and becoming an Independent.

  20. And she’s just the first wave of overlords, the commissars are coming.

    FOR YOU WHITE NORMIE! Yes soccer mom, for your your little boys, too. They will not be exempt when you show Lauren or the Jackal your beautiful democrat voting record.

    They will laugh at your credulity and naivete as you plead to for “Parent’s Pass” so you can finally visit your sons at the ‘Community Socialization (Reducation) Camp 1000 miles away near Portland, ME [children are always ‘reallocated’ to a CSC over 900 miles away from parents.] They weren’t allowed to come home for ‘Winter Break’ (Christmas forbidden)]

  21. A bid deal was made back in 2018 about this lady being a former nurse. Did she actually work as a nurse? In Illinois or where? Was she registered with Illinois or another State as a nurse? Was she an actual “RN”?

    What experience does the lady have as a nurse? When and where was she a nurse and in what capacity? Was she a floor nurse, ICU, operating room, etc. What hospitals, dates of service, positions, etc?

  22. Notes from Lauren Underwood Re-election Announcement

    Reading the posts and comments from Congresswoman Underwood’s re-election announcement in Woodstock over the weekend, here are some notes.

    — I was not the friend of McHenry County Blog, who was denied to take pictures at the announcement. I knew this was a private party paid for by someone else so not surprised there were restrictions. The new Opera House manager was very courteous to me and he did his job.
    — Remembering social media comments about Congresswoman Underwood’s campaign volunteers being aggressive to get people’s names at the dedication of the Cpl. Jeffrey Allen Williams Post Office Building in Warrenville back in May, I am glad to say I had no such experience. I was asked to give my name. I told the campaign I preferred to not give my name, and they were OK with it and let me into the building. No complaints.
    — Yes, I genuinely and sincerely prayed for Congresswoman Underwood as was posted in the 6/30 update. I am not Cal, to whom I owe a debt of gratitude for posting my comments and converting them to articles here on his blog.
    — The video of Congresswoman Underwood’s speech is online:
    — Congresswoman Underwood went from Woodstock to the Crystal Lake Food Pantry on Saturday, then to Plainfield, per this tweet from her campaign’s Twitter:

  23. 6th & 14th Congressional Districts Update 7/1/19

    Congressman Sean Casten’s Outrageous Claims on SALT Deduction Cap

    As reported in the 6/26 update, the state and local taxes (SALT) deduction cap was the topic of the House Ways & Means Committee’s Select Revenues Measures Subcommittee on June 25. The morning session included witnesses including local officials from across the country testifying before the subcommittee on the perceived negative impact of the SALT deduction cap which was critical to paying for President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts of 2017 (TCJA).

    Currently, H.R. 1757, sponsored by Congresswoman Lauren Underwood and vigorously supported by Congressman Sean Casten, is one of many bills before Congress to change components of the TCJA. The Underwood Bill would make increases of SALT deduction cap retroactive to January 1, 2019.

    The best witness appearing before the subcommittee on Tuesday was Nicole Kaeding, the vice president of federal and special projects at the Tax Foundation. The Tax Foundation has been around for over 80 years and is the nation’s leading independent tax policy nonprofit. The reason she was the best witness was she was the only one who told the whole truth about the impact of SALT deductions cap. The truth, based on empirical data, and it is the truth which Republican candidates for both the 6th and 14th must embrace in order to combat the Democrats’ outrageous claims. The stakes are very high, and go beyond TCJA.

    The subcommittee reconvened in the afternoon and heard additional testimony, including from Congressman Casten. Here’s an excerpt of what he said:

    “The SALT tax is the biggest tax on the middle class….Our bill [H.R. 1757] would provide some tax relief to Illinois families unfairly harmed by a new tax burden by raising the current SALT deduction cap, eliminating the marriage penalty, and adding an inflationary adjustment. I agree we’ve got to pay for it and that’s fine, but since this exists to partially pay for an unnecessary tax cut, I think we have plenty of room to figure out how to pay for that cost. Our legislation seeks to ease the tax burden and help to restore the longstanding concept underlying the SALT deduction that citizens shouldn’t have to pay taxes twice…By avoiding state and federal competition for finite tax resources, the SALT deduction enables Illinois to make critical investments in infrastructure, public education, economic development, and public safety. Those investments are the future of our state.”

    The only part of the quotes cited above from Casten’s testimony that’s true is the fact H.R. 1757 does not pay for the higher SALT deduction cap Underwood and Casten are proposing. And now the truth from Ms. Kaeding. It’s regrettable Congressman Casten did not hear her testimony during the morning session of the subcommittee meeting. Her conclusion to her testimony is here:

    “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed in 2017, overhauled the federal tax code. It lowered tax rates, expanded the standard deduction and child tax credit, and limited the AMT and several notable deductions, including the SALT deduction. On net, most Americans had a tax cut.

    “Limiting the SALT deduction was a step to finance broad tax reform and help maintain progressivity within the tax code. Prior to tax reform, more than 90 percent of the benefits of the SALT deduction accrued to those with income above $100,000. The impacts of limiting the deduction are, therefore, concentrated among high-income individuals.

    “Even those impacted by the SALT cap often saw a net tax decrease. First, they often were previously impacted by prior implicit SALT limitations, such as the AMT and the Pease limitation, which were repealed by the TCJA. Second, some quit itemizing their deductions, switching to the expanded standard deduction. Filers also benefit from lower rates and the expanded child tax credit, among other changes.

    “To the small group of individuals with net tax increases, an estimated 6.5 percent in 2018, it is unlikely that the tax increase is solely due to the SALT cap. It is often due to interactions with other provisions, such as the repeal of personal exemptions.

    “The deduction cap is frequently cited as impacting state budgets; however, its impact is overstated. States saw an increase in revenue from tax reform, due to their conformity to the federal tax code. State and local governments have also explored and passed tax increases since the passage of the new SALT cap.

    “Tax reform is a difficult task. Limiting deductions and tax expenditures burdens those who benefit from their existence. But in the context of the TCJA, limiting the SALT deduction was a desirable and strong policy choice.”

    Empirical evidence is on the side of the TCJA and the fact the SALT deduction cap is not the reason the middle class suffered with TCJA’s implementation. The middle class, and the entire American economy has thrived since TCJA’s passage. The truth is, the Democrats, including Casten and Underwood, are trying to redefine what the middle class is, and if they succeed and fool taxpayers, particularly taxpayers with 6-figure incomes that they are middle class, the repercussions are unimaginable.

    Remember, in a few short years, the Democrats were successful at redefining marriage. If Democrats successfully redefine “middle class”, the taxation will reach the extreme levels the most progressive of Democrats want it to be since their taxes will only impact the “rich”, which is the lie used. If someone thinks they’re “middle class” when the data says they’re “rich”, there will be an outcry, but by then it’ll be too late.

    And look what is on the ballot in November of 2020 here in Illinois–the constitutional amendment creating the graduated income tax, euphemistically called “fair tax”.

    Please, read Casten’s and Kaeding’s entire testimony. Kaeding exposes the Democrats’ claims as the lies they really are, and the truth really sets taxpayers free. Republicans, dig into the truth, tell it, and do not let Casten and Underwood succeed here! The stakes are too high.

    Casten’s testimony:
    Tax Foundation testimony:
    H.R. 1757 Link:

    ANALYSIS of James Marter on WLS Radio on Saturday

    Listening to James Marter’s in-studio appearance on the Stephanie Trussel Show on WLS radio, I felt the similar disappointment with his appearance that I had for Underwood’s re-election announcement. From a political standpoint, he got to be on the air talking about his campaign with Ms. Trussel and her 2 co-hosts. It was a good appearance. It could have been better.

    Here’s some of Marter’s quotes captured during his nearly 45 minutes portion of the broadcast.

    “We have a great roaring economy…The problem with Congresswoman Lauren Underwood is her policies…She doesn’t get it….The lies about the PPACA…saying Republicans were going to take away your pre-existing conditions…Can have constitutional cross-border states insurance sales…to make health care better…I think our problem is our messaging.”

    To complement the “great roaring economy” truth, Marter could have proved Underwood being out of touch using “for example, her legislation to increase the SALT deduction caps in order to help the middle class is a lie because the data shows the middle class is thriving since the TCJA’s passage and we cannot weaken its positives, especially based on lies…” That is one small sample to apply empirical data (see update on Casten and SALT).

    The Democrats are trying to feed off of the emotion they could lose their health care if Trump wins re-election. Fresh off of the Democratic presidential debates, Marter should have pointed out that if the President is not re-elected, the American people will lose their private health insurance. Remember the show-of-hands during the debates, particularly night 2?

    As Marter said during the interview, he is an information technology (IT) guy. He should have pointed out that IT professionals, like engineers, are very detail-oriented, and he has the capability to dig deep and make policy to benefit all Americans, while staying away from “talking techie”. The fact he owns a small IT business could have complemented his professional background, too.

    Marter, like the other candidates, will be honing his message between now and the first of next year when the primary campaign begins in earnest. As all the candidates are honing their positions, may they be writing and publishing their position papers on the major issues, beginning with taxes, the TCJA and Underwood’s and Casten’s lying on H.R. 1757 and other issues. As said earlier, the tax issue is one the Republicans cannot lose, provided they can overcome the messaging challenge that hurt in 2018. The evidence supports the President and TCJA, so get out there and fight with the truth.

    Jim Oberweis Releases Preliminary Endorsement List

    On Friday, the Oberweis Campaign released a list individuals supporting his candidacy they are calling “preliminary endorsement”. The list consists of 73 names, and includes elected officials, party officials, former party officials, former elected officials, former candidates and simply supporters.

    Among the McHenry County elected officials, two were listed: McHenry County Board Member Chuck Wheeler, listed as vice chairman of the McHenry County Republican Party; and Harvard Mayor Michael Kelly.

    Five current members of the Illinois General Assembly were included, and are listed below. Given Oberweis’ campaign as well as James Marter and Allen Skillicorn, have been reminding people of the new gas tax hike, and Oberweis’ campaign has criticized Sue Rezin’s vote for it, how the 5 legislators voted on the gas tax hike is included:

    — State Representative Andrew Chesney, voted “NO” on gas tax hike
    — State Senator Dale Fowler, voted “YES”
    — State Representative Randy Frese, voted “YES”
    — State Senator Dale Righter, voted “NO”
    — State Senator Brian Stewart, voted “NO”

    The entire list can be viewed at the link below.

    ANALYSIS: The release of this list looked rushed, possibly in response to James Marter winning a solid endorsement with Island Lake Patriot Joe Ptak, who is known statewide. There were misspellings of names and descriptions, particularly of State Representative Randy Frese, which proves the release of this list was rushed.

    Oberweis press release:

    Allen Skillicorn In Memphis Speaking at Libertarian Conference

    A tweet from Allen Skillicorn this afternoon showed him in Memphis speaking before the participants of the YALCON, a conference by the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), a Libertarian youth organization. The mission of YAL, according to their web site is: “the most active and effective libertarian youth organization advancing liberty on campus and in American electoral politics. Our four-step mission is to identify, educate, train, and mobilize youth activists to make liberty win.”

    Skillicorn Tweet with Photo:
    YAL Website About Us:

  24. Unfortunately she is a liar on Healthcare and pre-existing conditions.

    No where in the bill that the Republicans put forward said anything about getting rid of pre-existing conditions.

    If someone sees here bring her a copy and please have her point to the page where it says that?

    One of the reasons Hultgren lost.

    She lied about who she is and never saw the inside of a clinic, outside of school, treating patients.

    Is she still living in her parents basement?

    She wants open borders in essence is no borders to the borders!

    The Republican Party needs to message better that they want to lift middle/lower income up with a better tax system, which they are currently doing but not the messaging! Wage growth year over year is much better than Obama’s ever was.

    Underwood is a AOC wannabe!

  25. Can’t believe when you “genuinely prayed for Congresswoman Underwood” your prays were not answered. What do you think happened?

  26. The comment came from “Former Quigley Supporter”

    He does an excellent job putting things into perspective.

  27. She’s really a far out leftist, that’s for sure; but Casten is even worse!

    Where’s Franks’ wife?

    Is he back to his old tricks?

  28. @bred winner on 07/01/2019 at 9:57 am said:

    “A bid deal was made back in 2018 about this lady being a former nurse. Did she actually work as a nurse? In Illinois or where? Was she registered with Illinois or another State as a nurse? Was she an actual “RN”?”

    Yes, she is actually licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in Illinois. First license issued in January 2017. Match that up with all her other accomplishments in time line form and it’s easy to assume that she might have had time to work a week or two as a nurse.

  29. Her Linkedin page does not say she was ever hired to directly care for patients as a nurse.

    She did research and that is it. Not all licensed nurses care for patients.

    She didn’t tell that to her constituents when she was running for election.

    Instead, she led everyone down the path of deception.

  30. “A bid deal was made back in 2018 about this lady being a former nurse. Did she actually work as a nurse? In Illinois or where? Was she registered with Illinois or another State as a nurse? Was she an actual “RN”?

    What experience does the lady have as a nurse? When and where was she a nurse and in what capacity? Was she a floor nurse, ICU, operating room, etc. What hospitals, dates of service, positions, etc?”

    Most importantly, the salary. How much this lady cost to taxpayers? How many sick days did she take? How many coffee breaks? How many times did she sneeze or coughed on patients’ medicines? How many times was she late to work? Why didn’t she make it in the private sector like a real American? Is she an American? Or was she born in Kenya like Barack Hussein Obama, the worst president in our history? How many times was she disciplined? Is this Congresswoman really a Congresswoman? Did she really win last November? Is randy hultgren still my congressman and this is all a nightmare? Additionally, is this lady really a lady? Is she a human being? In summary, do I have a life?

    Having fun with sicko compassionate conservatives? Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwww…

  31. Isn’t it interesting how, when it comes to qualifications, these sicko republikkklans demand everything to be proved to them while they enthusiastically worship tronald dump, a buffoon who has gone bankrupt six times. Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwww…

  32. Clearly, Lauren Underwood won the election. However, the people did not have all the facts and you know.

    Tick, tock, tick, tock, Lauren Underwood is one term and done!

    Personally, I think her career as a politician is over!

  33. Hey ARL, Trump has never filed for personal bankruptcy.

    Nice try shading truth, and that is what u do.

    Get it right.

  34. “Hey ARL, Trump has never filed for personal bankruptcy.

    Nice try shading truth, and that is what u do.”

    Compassionate conservative charlatans and their love affair with this buffoon…Isn’t tronald dump such an accomplished business person? Well, the six bankruptcies are related to his businesses. And to bankrupt a casino business, you really need to work hard on that…stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock…meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwww…

  35. Really, it was in New Jersey, possibly the only state more corrupt than Illinois.

  36. Gov. J.B. Pritzker says Illinois can’t take on Chicago’s public pension liabilities without trashing state credit rating.

    Better investment returns he thinks will work? LOL.
    Cut spending.

    Illinois cannot assume the unfunded pension liabilities of Chicago and other municipalities across the state because its credit rating would be reduced to junk status if it did, Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday.

    But the state is still looking for ways to help offset municipalities’ soaring pension debt and he left open the possibility of a consolidation in which the local governments could pool their money for better investment returns.

  37. Let’s see this lady’s resume’. Dates and length of time she spent in each “actual” nursing job or assignment. Have her show when, if she was a floor nurse, an ICU nurse, an operating room nurse, etc in a hospital. If she had employment as an RN in a clinic, then she should show her position/assignment and when and how long she served in that capacity.

    If she has no experience as a nurse, RN, then she needs to tell the public that she has zero experience as an actual nurse.

  38. So far Lauren Underwood has not done that. She has had plenty of opportunity to be transparent.

    Her linkedin page does not reflect that either. Lauren is a researcher.

  39. In a tweet, the lady states:

    “Hate has no place in our community or anywhere in our country.”

    Does she not know that her party was the original party of hate during the era of Republican President Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln had to fight for a long time with members of the Democrat Congress to get them to agree to abolish slavery.

    The Party still shows vestiges of hate such as when Democrat Congresswoman Maxine Waters called for her supporters and Democrats to get into the faces of members of the Trump Administration. The supporters responded and a number of Republicans were harassed in restaurants and forced to leave.

    In 2018, Maxine Waters stated:

    “Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”

    This behavior by Waters was condoned and apparently endorsed by the leaders of the Democrat Party in that they did not force her to resign for her hateful and outrageous statements.

  40. Based on the brave and committed investigative research performed by our sunshine commenters, we must reach the following undisputed conclusion: Lauren Underwood is not really Lauren Underwood. And the nonsense never ends. Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwww…

  41. Angel, you are a lost cause.

    You have no valid arguments, so just take a hike!

  42. “Hate has no place in our community or anywhere in our country.” I beg to differ. Hate has a very healthy safe haven in this award winning, septic sewer sunshine blog. Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwww…

  43. Hate lives in the party of the Democrats. Losers, every one of them.

  44. Had to have a lot of photoshopping done on that glamour shot of her with the illuminati signaling.

    The sign “Fighting for the Middle Class” is the biggest joke of all.

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