Bucks County voted for Hillary.Brian’s first election was closer than his brother’s past elections:  Santarsiero received 156,527 votes, Fitzpatrick 182,120. The difference: 25,593. That was much, much better than Hillary who beat Trump by only 2,699 in Bucks so Fitzpatrick’s seat is not as safe as his older brother Michael’s was.  That may explain why Fitzpatrick didn’t support Trump in the election. It may explain why Fitzpatrick is still not supporting Trump even when Trump is the President. Fitzpatrick is not supporting Trumps travel ban either but Fitzpatrick seems to be against it because it’s not broad enough.

Apparently Rep Fitzpatrick thinks terrorism comes from all countries, cultures and peoples. He announced: “The President’s policy entirely misses the mark. The reality is, terrorism inspired by radicalism and hate is global in scope and, as such, requires a comprehensive response, not a purely regional focus. While serious actions are needed to protect our country, these must not be done in a way that singles out any specific nations or ethnicities.

Does he think for example, European nations should be included in a ban on immigrants? If not, why did he imply that? 

Does he think South American should be banned? That’s what not singling out any specific nation means and that’s what he said.
The Terrorists started their war in 1972 with the Munich Massacre. The Muslim Brotherhood was formed in 1928, 88years ago. Robert Kennedy was murdered by Jordanian terrorist, Sirhan Bishara Sirhan in Los Angeles in 1968. In 1996 Hizballah blew up the Khobar marine barracks in Saudi Arabia. 9/11 happened in 2001 by Middle East Terrorists. During 2016 there were 1274 Islamic attacks in 50 countries, in which 11774 people were killed and 14303 injured. HERE.
What has to hit the head of the Congressman for him to realize who the enemy is? He can find out HERE. and HERE.

Rep. Fitzpatrick announced, quote: “It’s time we work together to address the root causes of these threats.” OK, fine. What would he do? Does he name the threat? Does he name “the root cause”? Does he know what he’s talking about? Does he know what he wants? What to do?

Apparently not. He has no advice, just criticism of the policy of President Trump.
If the congressman doesn’t know the nations or ethnicities he should read some of the mountains of information that show The threats which have been coming against Israel, America and Europe are coming from one region, the Middle East. From one ideology and one ethnic group.
Fitzpatrick is not alone. At least 20 Republicans have spoken out against President Donald Trump’s executive order that bans immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.
The order, which prohibits citizens from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia and Libya from entering the United States for at least 90 days, also bans refugees from Syria indefinitely — a move that critics say make those in support “complicit in a humanitarian crisis,” the Washington Post reports. The order also bans refugees from anywhere in the world for 120 days, and gives priority admission to Christians.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell were among the first to back the President’s decision. Most Republicans support the President and the ban. Fitzpatrick is not among them. Neither are the Democrats. Bottom line is Brian Fitzpatrick has a load of positive qualities, plenty of smarts and lots of international experience. He could be a major asset in the Trump administration but he’s been leaning to the left in his recent work.
He also sent a disrespectfully toned letter to President Trump on MLK day that is terribly out of touch with the biggest threat to America, the Terrorists, the nations that support them and the money they command. That’s not what America needs at this moment. Fitzpatrick can help Trump and he should want to help Trump but he seems to want to stay away from him and his policies and actions.
We hope that changes because he was sent to Congress to represent us; not his conscience; not his values; not the Liberals and definitely not the Democrats. The new Congressman needs to sharpen up his game and he needs to do it fast. He’s up for re-election next year.
The Bucks Democrats have several heavy hitters to challenge Fitzpatrick starting with popular politician and County Commissioner Diane Marseglia. They also have the very feisty Tina Davis who crushed her opponent in her last election. There are also several Republicans who could seriously challenge Fitzpatrick like Scott Petri, Bernie O’Neill and Marguerite Quinn. Also the Bucks Republican party may lose chairwoman Pat Poprick who may be stepping down.
So Fitzpatrick is already in a political battle in Bucks County where Hillary won.
He has the necessary courage and abilities to stay in power and maybe he’s moving left and opposing Trump because Bucks went Left while he’s on the right, …… we think.