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Katie Pavlich and Florida Congresswoman Kat Cammack sit down for a discussion of government overreach at CPAC 2024.  


For a year now, Cammack has belonged to the Subcommittee for the Weaponization of the Federal Government in the House of Representatives. In this capacity, she’s learned the depth and extent of the weaponization of the federal government against the American people. In particular, the federal government’s collusion with big tech to harness the technology of AI to censor Americans and promote DEI has recently come to light. In fact, taxpayer funds have been funneled to academia for the purpose of manipulating AI to advance Leftist ideology.  


The Subcommittee for the Weaponization of the Federal Government is tasked with uncovering and cracking down on these sketchy partnerships. Their latest effort to do so is a fencing bill. 


“If we can’t cut their money, we’re going to fence it. And people are like, ‘Well, what would that do?’ Well, you start in different departments and you hold their money hostage. Two can play this game, and I am so sick and tired, and I know you guys are too, of sitting on the sidelines and watching these people run roughshod over our rights with our money,” explained Cammack.  


Cammack and her Republican colleagues are shouldering the burden of fighting the weaponization of government as their Democrat counterparts continue to deny its reality and focus on destroying Donald Trump.  


Watch Cammack’s full conversation with Katie Pavlich on Rumble @CPAC.  

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