Pew Study: Congress is the Most Productive it’s Been in 30 Years


Talk to any liberal about why they don’t like Trump, and they’re certainly going to bring up that he hasn’t passed a single bill.  That’s why this new Pew study is so important.  The study says this is actually the most productive Congress in almost thirty years.

The democrats assumed they’d be twiddling their thumbs until Hillary Clinton took office.  Then, Trump’s upset launched Obama and his disciples into crisis mode.  Barack began to sign a bunch of trap regulations.

In essence, Trump is untying a lot of knots that Obama purposefully left for him.  As of one week ago, the 155th Congress had passed 55 measures into law.  14 of the laws are rules that were put into place by the Obama administration.

Thus, the liberal joke that Trump has been unproductive is far from true.  In fact, give it a few years and hopefully the country will be back to normal again.

I still often reflect on Hillary Clinton’s “shock” at hearing Trump might not accept the election results.  The hubris of her party seemed to have no boundaries.

When Trump blew them out of the water, they were exposed in their true form.  They’re sore losers who refuse to keep an open mind.  These past few months, they have kicked and screamed on both social issues and political ones.

Just so there is no doubt about bias of these results, here is information about the Pew Research Center’s political affiliations.  Unlike most liberal polls, they are a nonpartisan entity only seeking to encourage dialogue amongst citizens.

Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. We conduct public opinion polling, demographic research, content analysis and other data-driven social science research. We do not take policy positions.


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