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The U.S. Representative from Texas's 1st congressional district, serving since 2005.
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ENG: Louis Buller (Louie) Gohmert, Jr. (born August 18, 1953) is an American politician and current Republican U.S. Representative from Texas's 1st congressional district. Life and career Gohmert was born in Pittsburg, Texas. He received his B.A. from Texas A&M University in 1975. At A&M, he was a Brigade Commander of the Corps of Cadets and class president. He later received his Juris Doctor from Baylor University in Waco in 1977 where he also served as class president. Gohmert served in the United States Army Judge Advocate General's Corps, at Fort Benning, Georgia, from 1978 to 1982. The majority of his U.S. Army legal service was as a defense attorney. Gohmert was elected as a state district judge for Texas's 7th Judicial District comprising Smith County (Tyler) in 1992 ...
for33against   Dle mého názoru Louie Gohmert je celkem dobrý politik. Například proto, že … (kdybych chtěl napsat, proč je dobrý, napsal bych to sem), positive
for33against   Nesouhlasím. Louie Gohmert je špatná volba. Například proto, že … (kdybych chtěl napsat, proč je špatný, napsal bych to rozhodně sem), negative
for1against   The guy is a racists and a bigot and a islamphobe. He constantly badgers people who are testifying before committees., GeorgeBushSucks
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Rep. Gohmert Stands in Support of Saving the American Dream

Representative Louie Gohmert (R–TX) visited The Heritage Foundation to show his support for Saving the American Dream as well as our nationwide educational effort with the Family Research Council, the Your Money, Your Values, Your Vote 2012 Tour . Speaking to an impromptu audience gathered at Heritage, Gohmert’s passion for America’s future came through loud and clear: Some people get so confused about the pursuit of happiness. They think the Constitution guarantees people a right to be happy. That’s up to us! The pursuit of happiness comes from opportunity. It does ...

Gohmert:GOP Leadership Warned Us Not To Attack Pelosi, Obama

Congressional Republicans haven't exactly minced words when when criticizing top Democrats in the federal government, with many of their attacks directed at President Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). Even though she's no longer speaker of the House, Pelosi continues to be one of the most unpopular figures among Republicans. But according to Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), the attacks on Obama and Pelosi came in spite of advice given to rank-and-file members by the GOP leadership. "[The GOP leadership] have the desire to defeat Obama. I have a profound disagreement with ...

Congressman Gohmert Talks About Proposed Immigration Bill

Congressman Louie Gohmert returns home to East Texas today, one day after Congress turned down a compromised version of the immigration bill. That bill included a version of a guest worker program. Among those against it, Congressman Gohmert who says not enough attention is being focused on securing the borders. "We can't lose sight of the fact that we do need people to work here, but we need to deal with it in a legal fashion and the Senate version basically said, 'Gee the longer you break the law, then the more we are going to do for you,'" said District 1 Representative Louie Gohmert. ...

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Gohmert’s Statement President Trump’s Full Restoration of Program Sending Surplus Military Weapons, Equipment to Police
Congressman Louie Gohmert (TX-01) praised President Trump’s order restoring a program that provides local law enforcement agencies with certain, limited, surplus military gear. The Executive Order revokes an order previously issued by the Obama Administration that severely limited access to excess equipment, which included not just military gear, but items such as vehicles, protective clothing, and computers. He released the following statement praising the action taken by the Trump Administration: “I too do not want local law enforcement militarized. However, when I saw different times when local authorities were protected by using surplus military equipment like Sheriff JB Smith’s “Bubba I”  armored personnel carrier, I realized there are times when it can absolutely be a life-saving help. When law enforcement is dealing with multi-billion-dollar drug cartels with the latest, most powerful weapons, they need more than their Glock pistols. Under federal law, the U.S.
Gohmert: Some GOP Leaders ‘Right There with the Obstructionist Democrats’
Texas congressman blasts anti-Trump Republicans for waffling on border-wall funding Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) blasted “some of the Republican leaders” for being “right there with the obstructionist Democrats,” in holding up funding for President Donald Trump’s signature border wall, during an interview Wednesday on “The Laura Ingraham Show.” Although the House approved a budget bill with a $1.6 billion down payment on border-wall funding back in July, Senate Republicans have been wary of pushing to approve the funding out of fear of a government-shutdown clash. Gohmert, who has called repeatedly for the construction of the border wall, noted that Trump blamed the “obstructionist Democrats” for blocking the border-wall funding during the rally Tuesday night in Phoenix, Arizona, but has withheld blasting the reluctance of Republicans or Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to move on key agenda items. "I had a problem with one thing in the Trump speech, and t
Gohmert’s Statement on Hurricane Relief Funding Vote
Gohmert’s Statement on Hurricane Relief Funding Vote WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement today regarding the vote in Congress to provide federal funding in the Disaster Relief Fund:   “Sadly, the dangerous path of Hurricane Harvey has displaced more than 43,500 people – most of which are currently living in shelters around the Texas area. It is apparent that those who experienced such physical losses such as the loss of clothing, housing, transportation, and worldly possessions should receive some assistance to get back on their feet.   “In the past, these ‘essential’ emergency spending bills have turned into pork laden spending and not actually true capital for the Disaster Relief Fund. I'm pleased this time unlike the Hurricane Sandy vote, which had about half the spending in the bill going for non-Sandy or non-emergency spending, this bill is just intended to keep FEMA solvent and address the emergency ha
No immigration reform without wall, Gohmert says
U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, (R-TX), told the Herald-Press on Monday that Congress should forget about immigration reform, including the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, (DACA), until a wall is built on the southern border. “There's no time like the present to secure our border,” Gohmert said in an interview. The massive project can be accomplished, he said, despite the costs, estimated at up to $20 billion, and the country's recent natural disasters, which will cost the federal government billions of dollars. “Whenever there's talk in D.C. about legalization programs, like now, there is a surge of illegal immigration,” said the representative of Texas' First District, which includes Tyler. “If the border is not secure, I hope we don't take up immigration reform.”     Gohmert visited Palestine Monday to speak to Anderson County Republicans, appearing at the “Make America Great Again” event, a phrase coined by President Trump during his 2016 campaign.

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