House Freedom Fund

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Defend Jordan and Meadows

House Freedom Fund — Tuesday, March 5, 2019

U.S. Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Mark Meadows (R-NC) must have done something right at the recent oversight hearing that House Democrats set up with discredited lawyer Michael Cohen.

Not even a week later, one of the wealthiest liberals in the country has launched a major TV ad campaign attacking the two conservatives in their home districts for supporting President Trump.

According to the breaking news report from POLITICO, “Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer is setting his sights on two of President Donald Trump’s fiercest defenders in Congress: Republican Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Mark Meadows of North Carolina.”

Conservatives must stand with Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows and send this message to the DC elites: We, the people, will not let them railroad the president and his America First agenda!

Please make an emergency contribution to the congressional campaigns of Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows.

House Freedom Fund will pay all processing fees and transfer 100% of your contributions directly to their campaigns.

Tom Steyer’s Need to Impeach PAC is spending $75,000 in their districts to start, and more will likely follow. We need to raise an equal amount for them in the next week so they can fight back.

Support Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows RIGHT NOW.

This is what happens when conservatives take a stand. They get attacked. It’s a strategy designed to shut them up.

Don’t let the swamp win.

Show Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows how much you appreciate their courageous leadership by supporting their campaigns.

It doesn’t matter how much you give. Just give something. If we all work together, we can provide Jordan and Meadows with the resources they need to beat back these outrageous attacks.

Click here to donate to Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows with one secure online contribution.

Thank you for standing strong for freedom and for doing so much to advance conservative leadership in Washington.