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To mark CPAC, freedom agenda: ‘socialism does not make America great’

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Matt Schlapp, who will chair next week for the Conservative Political Action conference, said Democrats in the age of Donald Trump “go full-on socialism, political correctness, and threw aside all our traditions” – CPAC strike expect to see a sharp contrast by the focus on freedom and America, the fundamental principles at the annual meeting outside of Washington.

“The Democrats are flirting with this idea that the principles that founded this country is in fact rotten and must be set aside to be pushed,” Limp said in an interview with Fox News on Thursday.

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The embrace of big-government policy in the Democratic candidate already has the race to be a defining feature for the year 2020 in the presidential, and something that the Trump mark re-election campaign was eager to. CPAC, as it is commonly known, focusing on these guidelines, such as the Green New Deal. The annual conference of the hardcore conservative starts next Wednesday in National Harbor, where Slack said, the topic is “What Makes America Great” – a not-so-subtle play a trump to the campaign slogan.

To make “socialism is great.’

— Matt Schlapp

“As a conservative, who understand the founding of the country, there are very specific principles of what America great,” said Limp, Chairman of the American Conservative Union. “And the thumbnail does not do socialism to America. Socialism is actually completely against the Americanism. And that will be explained in a variety of ways during CPAC.”

In fact, the program Rep. Jim Jordan and North Carolina Rep. Mark starts on Thursday with Ohio meadows, two of the outspoken GOP members of the house freedom Caucus, the rise of socialism in America, with a Limp, organizers said.

Thousands of participants – typically including many college-age conservatives – will meet every year for the summit. The organizers are confident President Trump and Vice President of Pence not show, as in previous years, although the talk yet to be confirmed.

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“I have spoken with the President, he obviously loves, comes to CPAC. He wants to be there,” Limp.

The White house is also sending Larry Kudlow, the Director of the National Economic Council and a former TV presenter for a show on Thursday. Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel interviewed by journalist Vince Coglianese on the stage that day, according to the organizers.

You can expect a lot of GOP lawmakers this year will talk about how to conservative policy in the midst of a “divided government,” Limp said. Among those expected include South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, Utah sen. Mike Lee, Georgia, Sr., David Perdue and Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn.

“The Congress-majority in the Senate, and the minority in the house – you go through a lot of changes, and we want said hear from you, as you go, against a Nancy Pelosi speakership,” Limp.

The collection comes under the rise of the democratic socialists, including New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and 2020 Democratic presidential candidates to embrace progressive causes, such as “Medicare for all.” A CPAC panel is dedicated to the discussion of the Green New Deal, the radical environmental plan pushed Ocasio-Cortez.

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A panel on the topic of “what makes America great,” Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, the former trump the White house, the official K. T. McFarland, a conservative author Deneen Borelli, pro-life activist Marjorie then felser and NRA President Oliver North, as well as a panel on conservative social media activities, organizers said.

Dan Schneider, the executive director of the American Conservative Union, which organizes CPAC, said, it is an important time for the conservatives to a pro-freedom argument.

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“We are going to highlight the positive aspects of the various movements, the warn in the direction of freedom, as well as the people, as it is a wrong directional shift in some quarters could be,” Schneider said. “Of course, we are optimistic of what we see in Venezuela, and in some European countries, the reconquest of their freedom…There are good stories to tell, but there are warning signs.”

Among the topics expected for the conservatives, the Limp-speakers, to aim at Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller probe. To discuss Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, the planned writer Andrew McCarthy and reporter Chuck Ross, Miller’s investigation during a Saturday panel on judges and prosecutors.

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“The Müller-probe is directly said on this question of why America is unique,” Limp. “Because the individual has very specific rights. And what is the conservative fear with specific advice to get these rights to be trampled underfoot. And I’m afraid that is what we see with the Mueller probe.”

The summit also comes in the midst of the outrage from the conservatives about the proposed abortion laws in States such as Virginia. He said speakers will address ” what the radical abortion movement is all about today.”

“We are in barbaric times, and we’ll talk about that on the main stage at CPAC,” Limp said.

Also during the summit, Dore Gold, a former Israeli diplomat, will discuss a history of Israel, and several conservative commentators, the right approach to Syria. Conservative commentators Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin, Dennis Prager, and the “diamond silk” duo expected to address participants, such as Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence y.

As tradition, the collection will also include a survey questions to assess people, the President of the performance. It is also a survey of the 2020 Republican primary, including potential GOP will Outdo Challenger. It is the race, ask the participants who they think the Democrats will nominate in the presidential. And a new question this year asks the participants to assess the honesty of various specific media, the organizers said.

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