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The network's leading organizations, Americans for Prosperity and Freedom Partners, announced late Wednesday the creation of a special fund to support House members who vote against the health care bill.
The announcement, which comes on the eve of the House vote, marks the influential conservative network's most aggressive move against the health care proposal, which is under attack from the right and the left.
While the Gorsuch hearings were going on, Devin Nunes was blowing smoke and Adam Schiff was dropping bombs, Donald Trump and the gang of conservatives in Congress were busy slashing even more health care protections, all behind closed doors.
This is all an effort to appease the Freedom Caucus, which has been a firm "No" on the bill from the beginning because it doesn't screw people enough.
Why the rush?
The Koch brothers' network of well-funded outside groups says it will spend millions to protect Republicans who oppose the party's health care bill from political fallout. Americans for Prosperity and Freedom Partners, the Koch network's big-budget grassroots activism and advertising groups, are teaming up to create a "seven-figure" reserve fund to support lawmakers who buck President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan on the health care vote, as the threat of primaries looms over some opponents of the bill.
After Devin Nunes dropped his little stink bomb and ran to Trump with classified information, Ranking Member Adam Schiff had his turn in front of the microphones.
After saying that Nunes had compromised the independence of the House Intelligence Committee, Schiff went on to discuss the Trump-Russia connections.
Chuck Todd tried to downplay the investigation, reminding Schiff, "All you have right now is a circumstantial case."
Schiff shot back, "Actually, no, Chuck.