Editor: The knives are out for Congresswoman Barbara Comstock as Democrats are eager to wage a partisan campaign against her this fall.
But, on June 12, the same day that Democrats nominated State Senator Jennifer Wexton to challenge her, Comstock passed a bipartisan bill to help combat the opioid crisis.
The bills main Democratic sponsor just happened to be the Chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
This conundrum presents a simple question: if Comstock is so bad, why are Democrats voting for her bills?
Dina R. Saah, Ashburn