New Republican House Majority Tells Federal Workers “Show Up” for Work

By: Shaquille Dunbar

As if the nation needed more proof federal workers are mostly Democrats, Republican legislators have found it necessary to introduce legislation to get the lazy in the federal workforce to show up for work. Apparently, many have been taking advantage of CCP virus “rules” that allowed them to work from home during the “pandemic.” 

This long after the CCP virus shroud had been pulled from people’s eyes, many federal workers are still working from home.

Muriel Bowser “Proud to make America work.”

According to Just the News, “The Republican-led House of Representatives is voting on a bill that would bring more federal employees back to offices in Washington D.C. The Stopping Home Office Work’s Unproductive Problems Act or SHOW UP Act of 2023 “requires each executive agency to reinstate the telework policies that were in place on December 31, 2019.”


It’s refreshing to see legislation titles that actually represent the act’s purpose. Americans are tired of legislation with cynical titles like the “Inflation Reduction Act,” which has nothing to do with reducing inflation. 

The Washington Times described, “The SHOW UP Act comes a day after House Republicans passed the bill to end the COVID-19 public health emergency… Mr. Biden Tuesday declared that he extended the national emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic until May 11 to ‘get everything done,’ explaining after the announcement that the Supreme Court prepares for February arguments on his attempt to put $400 billion toward student loan forgiveness by referencing the emergency.”

For her part, not wanting a “crisis” to go to waste, Democrat Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser suggested: “unoccupied federal buildings could be used for additional housing in the city.”

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser

U.S. Rep. James Comer (R-KY), House Oversight Committee Chairman, “said he and Bowser are in agreement on filling unoccupied federal government buildings.” It’s just that while Bowser wants to fill them with the unproductive, Comer prefers filling them with the productive—workers who are supposed to be there. 

Oversight Committee Chairman U.S. Rep. James Comer (R-KY)

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