REPUB­LI­CANS FOR AMASH

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

The afore­men­tioned Rep. Justin Amash has pub­lic sup­port from the Rule of Law Repub­li­cans, a non­profit that has or­ga­nized Repub­li­cans across the coun­try “who be­lieve law enforcemen­t in­ves­ti­ga­tions should be com­pleted with­out po­lit­i­cal in­ter­fer­ence, the laws ap­ply equally to everyone, and the Con­sti­tu­tion needs to be fol­lowed,” ac­cord­ing to their mis­sion state­ment. It is also a project of De­fend­ing Democ­racy To­gether, an ad­vo­cacy group that counts Wil­liam Kris­tol, Mona Charen, Linda Chavez and Chris­tine Todd Whit­man among its lead­er­ship.

“Justin Amash demon­strated two rare qual­i­ties in politi­cians: brav­ery and hon­esty. After care­fully re­view­ing the Mueller re­port and con­sult­ing with his staff, he is­sued a state­ment that should make ev­ery Repub­li­can and con­ser­va­tive proud,” said Chris Truax, the group’s spokesman and le­gal ad­viser.

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