Charlie Daniels Shares Plan to End Congressional Dysfunction: ‘Replace Them All’

Charlie Daniels Shares Plan to End Congressional Dysfunction: ‘Replace Them All’

Legendary country music singer Charlie Daniels has become more outspoken about politics in recent years. He’s been a vocal support of President George W. Bush, as well as an ardent critic of Barack Obama. Now, he’s turning his attention towards Congress and he has one simple plan: get rid of them all.

Congressional Republicans have been fighting to pass legislation that would repeal and replace Obamacare, but it has been a massive failure. And Daniels is sick of their inability to get anything done. The dysfunction has been keeping them from doing their jobs, so he went on a tweetstorm slamming them — and calling for them all to be replaced.

Daniels has not been shy about criticizing Congress before; in 2015, he wrote an open letter in which he called them “sold-out, jaded, burned-out, political hacks.”

“The courageous politicians that once championed this nation have been replaced, for the most part, by a breed of milksop, politically correct, scared of their own shadow, pushover, pathetic excuses for public servants who are supposed to be representing a constituency of citizens who have to live with the circumstance of their timid folly,” he wrote.

Daniels has taken to writing opinion pieces on his website in a section titled the “soapboax,” where he often gives his own suggestions for policy solutions. He responded to the calls from liberal politicians to ignore federal law on sanctuary cities for illegal immigrants by suggesting that conservative pro-life cities should follow their lead and become “sanctuary cities” for the unborn, ignoring federal law on abortion.

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