Article originally appeared on www.frontpagemag.com.
While most people were watching the trainwreck in the House in Washington D.C., the ‘Uniparty’, a coalition of RINOs and Democrats, emerged more openly in Ohio.
In the surprise upset, Stephens (R-Kitts Hill), who is allegedly pledging to stop far-right policies and act as a full moderate, is chosen as one of the most significant and influential leaders in the state… Back in December, the GOP caucus voted for Derek Merrin to be speaker, a surprise to his two other challengers – one was Stephens. Stephens decided to fight, and he fought in collaboration with the Democrats. “They needed our votes and we took the opportunity to make sure that we were going to be working with the speaker who we felt at the end of the day would work with us on the issues we could agree on,” Democratic Minority Leader Allison Russo said. Russo said her discussions with the Republican were productive …
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