Weekly Update - 8.27.23

Good afternoon, and welcome to the Weekend Update.

This week's big news was again Biden and the Democrat’s weaponization of the Justice Department and extreme liberal prosecutors' efforts to go after his top political rival, President Donald J. Trump. Radical District Attorney Fani Willis is a politician charging President Trump to advance and fundraise for her own political career. Willis is a biased, extreme Democrat who spread conspiracy theories about Georgia’s elections. In 2020, she questioned whether ballots in Fulton County were being thrown out due to a water leak.

In 2018, Willis suggested several times that election issues occurred… because her favored candidate, Stacy Abrahams, lost.


In 2020, she even agreed with false posts saying that only “white people” were voting, suggesting they make up “116 percent” of the voting pool.

Does anyone see the hypocrisy in Willis’ actions against Trump for questioning the validity of the 2020 election results in Georgia? From her posts, it sounds like she had similar concerns until she found out her favored candidate was “leading.” Click here to read more about Willis.

The political persecution of President Trump won’t work. We must fight this overreach, or it will happen every time. I stand with President Trump and will continue to work hard for his re-election. That starts here in Pennsylvania and ensuring we deliver the Keystone State for Trump.

On Wednesday, I watched the first presidential debate hosted by Fox News. I also watched President Donald Trump’s interview with Tucker Carlson on X, formerly Twitter. I joined NewsmaxTV to give my assessment of the debate and that I believe the debate highlighted that, while we have a strong slate of qualified candidates, President Donald J. Trump is still the strongest, and best candidate to win the White House and Make America Great Again. Click here or below to watch my interview.

This week, I met with the Wilkes Barre VA with State Treasurer Stacy Garrity and Congressman Matt Cartwright to address the ongoing treatment of veterans and urge them to improve their policies. I also toured their community living center and met some brave veterans who help to lead the very important Vietnam Veteran group.

Click here or below to watch a report by Fox56. There is another report on our meeting in the Wilkes Barre Times-Leader; click here to read.

On Thursday, I was honored to attend the Greater Pittston Chamber Dinner, recognizing my good friend Joe Burke and the law firm he leads, Burke Vullo Reilly Roberts Attorneys at Law. Pictured with the partners and my brother Scott Meuser, Chairman and CEO of Pride Mobility Products Corp.

After the event at the chamber, I went to support our friends in the state senate at an event for Majority Leader Joe Pitman.

It was great to join The American Petroleum Institute, representatives from its member companies, and other energy-related businesses for a roundtable discussion this week at the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas in Tunkhannock. We had a productive conversation about the issues facing Pennsylvania's oil and natural gas industry, particularly the need to reform permitting processes. I also highlighted several initiatives in Congress that would benefit the American energy sector – chief among them being the passage of H.R. 1, the Lower Energy Costs Now Act.

IN NEWS YOU WON’T HEAR IN THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA: Biden’s “accomplishments” are anything but. This week, the Biden White House outlined “accomplishments” of the Biden presidency. That is all spin. In reality, they

The only thing Biden has accomplished is delivering misery to Americans:

The vast majority of Americans do not want Biden to run for re-election, and it’s easy to see why.

Biden’s “accomplishments” are more like blunders.

Biden's economic policies are the driver behind inflation, thanks to excessive spending and complex regulations keeping prices elevated. While Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell offers an uncertain economic forecast, it's clear that Bidenomics is fanning the flames of inflation. For more information on Powell’s assessment, click here to read a report from Forbes.

We recognized National Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day this week. We remember all of the lives lost to this deadly drug. Fentanyl overdose has tragically become the leading cause of death for Americans aged 18-45. We must secure our border to curb the flow of fentanyl coming into our country.

Finally, two years ago today, we tragically lost 13 brave servicemembers in Afghanistan.

Let us never forget their great sacrifice while wearing our nation’s uniform. We honor their memory and their dedicated service to our country.

We look forward to catching up with you next week. God Bless, and see you soon,

Dan Meuser

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