It is my belief that Congress must provide our men and women in uniform what they need to defend our country at home and abroad. I support strengthening our military and ensuring they have both the tools and the rules of engagement that permits them to succeed on the battlefield. In addition, our service members and veterans deserve members of Congress who will unequivocally support them and have their back.
Finally, we must do a better job at making sure Washington focuses on its core function so that all active-duty military and veterans are getting the health care and benefits they have earned.
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WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Representative Chip Roy (TX-21) and House Veterans Affairs Committee Ranking Member Mike Bost (IL-12) reintroduced the Defending Veterans’ Second Amendments Rights Act, an effort to protect the Second Amendment rights of the brave men and women who have served our nation.
WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Representatives Chip Roy (TX-21), Madison Cawthorn (NC-11), Ted Budd (NC-13), John Curtis (UT-03), and Pete Sessions (TX-17) introduced the Veterans Access to Direct Primary Care (VADPC) Act to give veterans greater choice and control over their health care.
Representative Chip Roy (TX-21) appeared on One America News Network’s After Hours with Alex Salvi earlier this week to discuss the Biden Administration’s destructive actions on energy production and immigration, his opposition to the current impeachment effort against Donald Trump, and the current deployment of National Guardsmen to the United States Capitol.
A rough transcript of the appearance is below, and footage can be found here.
Rep. Chip Roy (TX-21) issued the following statement after voting to sustain President Trump's veto of the National Defense Authorization Act Monday evening:
As I said when I first voted against this bill, it is a blueprint for a military that serves the swamp first and America and her troops last.
This bill perpetuates the war in Afghanistan, hamstrings the president’s reduction of American troops elsewhere, maintains the status quo of undeclared wars all over the globe, prohibits the reduction of wasteful military spending overseas.
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement on Wednesday’s passage of H.R. 6082, the Forgotten Vietnam Veterans Act, as part of H.R. 7105, the Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veteran's Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020:
For Immediate Release: June 9, 2020
Contact: Robert Donachie 202.225.4236
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Tuesday regarding his votes on House Democrats’ amendments H.R. 550 – “No War Against Iran Act” and H.R. 550 – “To repeal the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002”
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Tuesday regarding his votes on the House Democrats’ amendments to H.R. 550 – the “No War Against Iran Act” and “To repeal the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002”
After weeks of Democrats hand-wringing about President Trump’s authority to take out Iranian Gen. Qassim Suleimani, my Democratic colleagues let the American people know this afternoon that their cries were completely insincere.
Rep. Chip Roy released the following statement Tuesday regarding the Trump administration's vision for peace in the Middle East:
It is a positive development that President Donald Trump's administration continues to work with Israel -- including Prime Minister Netanyahu and his primary political opposition, Benny Gantz, to ensure its full recognition and sovereignty as the baseline for any Middle East peace plan.