By The Right Scoop

Mark Levin interviewed Rep. Huelskamp about his being booted from both the Agriculture and Budget committees because he disagreed with raising taxes. Huelskamp says he was told that someone walked in with a list to see how people were going to vote, and while he hasn’t been given an explanation for why he was dumped from both committees, he says it has to be about his dissent. In fact he says he was told that he had to vote x percent of the time with leadership if he wanted to stay in the committees. But he says he doesn’t turn over his district to Boehner, Obama, or anyone else.

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