Meadows nominated as representative to the United Nations General Assembly

Here’s the press release from the office of Congressman Mark Meadows:

Representative Mark Meadows (NC-11) released the following statement after President Obama nominated him to be a Representative of the United States to the Sixty-eighth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

“I am honored to have been selected as a congressional delegate to the United Nations and look forward to being a constructive voice for America within this international body,” Meadows said. “Serving as a direct liaison between Congress and the UN, I am committed to keeping my House colleagues well-informed of any issues that might require congressional action. It is crucial that our nation maintains its sovereignty while being a leader on the international stage.”

Meadows will continue to represent the 11th District of North Carolina while serving as a Representative to the United Nations.


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  1. Dionysis

    Leave it to a supposedly ‘socialist Muslim’ born in Kenya to nominate someone who wants to kill the Affordable Health Care Act, opposes all abortions, wants to cut corporate taxes, eliminate the inheritance tax, wants more drilling and fracking, opposes gay marriage, wants everyone to have complete and unfettered access to every kind of gun that exists and has signed the sacred anti-tax oath of Grover Norquist, as a representative to the UN.

    That Obama sure is one Machiavellian Mooslim Commie!

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