23 Facts About Amy Kremer


Amy Kremer was born on 1970 or 1971 and is an American political activist known for her roles in the Tea Party movement and as a supporter of Donald Trump.

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Amy Kremer became involved in the Tea Party movement in 2009 and campaigned as part of the Tea Party Express until 2014.

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Amy Kremer worked for Delta Air Lines as a flight attendant, but gave up her job to focus on raising her daughter.

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Amy Kremer became politically active in the Tea Party movement through Twitter and was involved in organising the first Tea Party protests in 2009.

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Amy Kremer wrote a blog which she used to publish the false claim that Barack Obama was not born in the United States and to express disappointment at Congress's certification of the 2008 presidential election result.

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Amy Kremer endorsed Tom Tancredo, the American Constitution Party candidate for governor of Colorado.

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In June 2011 Amy Kremer said TPE would support Mitt Romney if he became the Republican nominee in the 2012 presidential election.

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Amy Kremer spent much of the summer 2013 congressional recess on a national tour intended to convince Republicans to support defunding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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Amy Kremer described the split as amicable and attributed her departure to a desire to focus on Matt Bevin's campaign for the US Senate in Kentucky, instead of Curt Clawson's campaign in Florida's 19th congressional district.

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Amy Kremer resigned from Great America PAC in May 2016, shortly after Trump became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, due to decisions which she claimed had been made without her input.

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In 2017, Amy Kremer ran as a Republican in the special election in Georgia's 6th congressional district, which was vacant following Representative Tom Price's confirmation as US Secretary of Health and Human Services.

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Amy Kremer said her priorities in Congress would be employment and the economy, national security, repealing and replacing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and taking care of veterans.

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Amy Kremer said she should be elected because she had "carried the values of the 6th District" with her as she "worked tirelessly to preserve freedom and liberty through electing conservatives like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and many others".

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In March 2017 Amy Kremer offered supporters who donated to her campaign the opportunity to win an AR-15 style rifle.

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Greg Bluestein of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution observed in March 2017 that Amy Kremer's campaign had "struggled to gain traction" against better-known and better-funded Republican candidates.

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In June 2018, Amy Kremer, who by then was a co-founder of Women for Trump, was interviewed on CNN, where she insisted that family separations at the US –Mexico border were occurring at the same level for both the Obama administration and the Trump administration.

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Amy Kremer claimed that Jeh Johnson, the Obama administration's United States Secretary of Homeland Security, said that "they were separating families".

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Amy Kremer became treasurer of Women Vote Smart in February 2019.

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Amy Kremer gave a speech at the event, in which she denounced Facebook's removal of the "Stop the Steal" group, alleged electoral fraud had occurred, and encouraged Republican members of Congress to vote to challenge the election result.

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Amy Kremer argued that the Tea Party movement had "grew and morphed into" the Make America Great Again moement.

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Amy Kremer said in July 2021 that she would "gladly" testify before a commission on the events of January 6.

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The subpoena required Amy Kremer to submit documents to the Select Committee by October 13,2021, and sit for a deposition by November 3.

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In September 2022, Amy Kremer said Women for America First had received a grand jury subpoena relating to the US Department of Justice's investigation into the Capitol attack.

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