DeLay: Failure of Congress is Responsible for Rise of Gun Violence

Maduri: Delay Covers A Great Deal Of Ground

WASHINGTON – Former House Majority Leader Tom “The Hammer” DeLay is baffled by what he is witnessing in the House during the Democrats sit in, “All this was is anarchy. Its a disgraceful performance.” “We are a republic. Communists have democracy. Pure democracy ends up in this type of mob rule.”

Known for his some times controversial but never boring views we covered a great deal of ground in our short time together on the air today. Nothing was off the table and it did not take him long to take aim at the man who resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

“He was raised a Muslim. He has Muslim sympathies. He is scared to death that people will turn on Islam and Muslims.” DeLay says about President Obama. He did mention that he didn’t know what was in his heart and he didn’t know if Obama was a closet Muslim.

The former House Majority Leader spoke about his new book, “Revival! Revolution! Rebirth!” in which he details how America can return to the principles he feels have been lost.

Delay told me that President Obama has been “shredding the Constitution” with his executive orders, but Congress is also to blame for giving the Executive Branch so much power. Delay also talked about why he still has no idea what kind of candidate Donald Trump is, his interactions with Dennis Hastert when he was chosen as Speaker of the House, and whether he still feels President Obama “hates his country.”

Just a little background on the former House majority leader, the second-ranking leader in the U.S. House of Representatives. As majority leader, he was responsible for developing the issues and policies that formed the Republican agenda. When Mr. DeLay left Congress in 2006, he devoted himself to helping conservatives. He is the founder of First Principles LLC, a consulting firm that works with a range of political organizations in the fields of grass roots, new media, communications and issue advocacy.

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