This morning, Congressman Jim Bridenstine told radio listeners and radio host Pat Campbell that he is willing to co-sponsor the Mo Brooks one-sentence ObamaCare Repeal Bill.
Since then, Jim took part in a Republican caucus at the capitol where lawmakers across the nation came back with a mandate from their constituents;
"Stay and fix this!"
When the white house heard of the renewed resolve, they sent Trump's senior advisor, Steven Bannon.
Perhaps this is just a strategic move by Bridenstine, to shame his colleagues to a return to the table. There is an active effort to use the discharge petition to force the House to register a vote on a clean repeal bill.
The New York times reported;
"WASHINGTON — House Republican leaders and the White House, under extreme pressure from conservative activists, have restarted negotiations on legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act, with House leaders declaring that Democrats were celebrating the law’s survival prematurely."