Eric Cantor

Amnesty Activists Stormed Cantor’s HQ After Concession Speech

Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit

Adding insult to injury, a group of far left immigration amnesty activists stormed Eric Cantor’s election night headquarters after his loss to Dave Brat.

GOP-E VOWS NO MORE SURPRISES' FROM TEA PARTY IN '14

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

The mainstream media and GOP Estab. seem to think that nothing like the Cantor loss will happen ever again. But Cantor's defeat could (and likely will) fuel grassroots uprisings against Cochran, Pat Roberts, Landreiu, and Lamar Alexander.

Dave Brat Flusters the Establishment

J. R. Dunn, American Thinker

Illegal immigration also marks one of the gravest fault lines between grassroots and establishment conservatives. David Brat has already provided a valuable service by forcing postponement of any “amnesty” vote until some point in the dim future, and there is nothing that can change that.

Eric Cantor’s Rising Star Flames Out

David Keene, The Washington Times

Cantor lost his seat because he failed to realize that a congressman perceived by those he is elected to represent as out of touch and more concerned with getting along in Washington than representing their wishes had better watch his back.

2016 GOP Prez Rivals Say They Can Ride The Wave

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Tea Party-backed senators eyeing 2016 bids are encouraged by the victory of an underfunded challenger to the GOP-E's House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Mainstream R's are fretting that Cantor's loss could signal a larger Tea Party uprising.

Forget McCarthy or Pete Sessions As Majority Leader

A brief review of their records shows, Kevin McCarthy and Pete Sessions long ago disqualified themselves for the leadership of a House Republican Conference that was elected on a platform of governing America according to conservative principles. House Republicans should avoid elevating someone who is as bad as or worse than Eric Cantor is on the conservative agenda to replace him in the number two spot in the House Republican leadership.

Dave Brat Wins One for Federalist 44

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

Dave Brat, who seems to eschew labels, is smart enough to understand that Washington abandoned adherence to the Constitution, and the consequences have been harmful. That's the essence of the constitutional conservative movement, which is attacked as politically naïve, ideological and worse.

Cantor to Step Down as Leader

Rebecca Shabad, The Hill

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will step down from his leadership position by 7/31. Darrell Issa confirmed the news. Cantor will formally announce it to the GOP conference today.

Stunner: Cantor Upset Changes Everything

Christina Bellantoni, David Hawkings, Matt Fuller, and Daniel Newhauser, Roll Call

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor conceded his Virg. seat to a local activist after a stunning loss (Brat got 56%) with dramatic consequences for leadership.

Eric Cantor Should Resign Immediately As House Majority Leader

Who you walk with says a lot about who you are. To repair the damage Eric Cantor has done to the conservative coalition Republicans must maintain to win elections, House Republicans should be looking for a Majority Leader who walks with conservatives and who is engaged with and has the respect of principled limited government constitutional conservatives on and off the Hill. UPDATE: The media now reports that Cantor will resign as leader.

Race to Replace Boehner Upended

Bob Cusack, The Hill

Eric Cantor's shocking loss Tues. night has upended the race to replace Speaker John Boehner. The majority leader was widely expected to succeed Boehner either in 2015 or within the next several years.

CHQ Helped Energize Virginia Patriots to Send a Message to DC GOP: Eric Cantor Vaporized

Dr. Dave Brat’s campaign was a true grassroots campaign. ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard Viguerie lent his name and marketing expertise to a series of potent email pitches that hit over 15,000 Virginia 7 Republican in-boxes in the days leading up to the election to support the efforts of the many grassroots activists who cared enough about the future of their country to knock on doors, send email, make phone calls, use social media and help get out the vote for Dave Brat.

Numbers USA Mobilizes Activists to Protest Amnesty Push

Caroline May, Breitbart

In an urgent action alert, Numbers USA warned that “The Amnesty Threat Level is at Code Red,” due to the effort by Reps. Mick Mulvaney, Paul Ryan, & Mario Diaz Balart to move immigration reform up before recess. “Your phone call today can stop their Secret Summer Amnesty plan."

MEMORANDUM: Eric Cantor is an Imposter

Eric Cantor is an imposter and he is counting on the big bucks from his big business cronies to fool voters in Virginia's 7th district. 

Cantor Wants Youth Amnesty Deal With Obama

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

Rep. Eric Cantor called for a compromise immigration deal with President Barack Obama during a campaign interview with a local Virginia TV station. “I have told the president, there are some things we can work on together,” he said in the WTVR interview.

Cantor and Obama Policy on Illegal Aliens Causing A Lawlessness Crisis

Right now there is no better proof that incentives work than the flood of juvenile illegal aliens flooding our southern border – all in response to the incentive offered by Virginia Republican Congressman Eric Cantor, President Obama and other supporters of amnesty for these youthful violators of American sovereignty.

Eric Cantor’s Amnesty Deception

We agree with Dave Brat when he said, "A vote for Cantor is a vote to sell America to the highest bidder.”

VOTE TODAY for BRAT in VIRGINIA, MOORE & FEW in S. CAROLINA!

We urge our friends in Virginia and South Carolina to walk precincts, phone and e-mail their friends, and burn up social media this weekend to turn out votes for Dave Brat in Virginia's District 7 Congressional primary, Sheri Few for Superintendent of Education and  E. Ray Moore for Lt. Governor in South Carolina's GOP primary.

Ingraham: We Should've Traded Cantor for Bergdahl

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

Conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham campaigned in Glenn Allen, VA, with the primary challenger to Eric Cantor, Randolph-Macon economics professor David Brat, issuing a blistering attack on Cantor's immigration record. At the rally attended by roughly 500, Ingraham and Brat showed no love lost for Cantor.