Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul and Pat Toomey Are Sellouts
Politicians count on the American people having short memory spans. This enables the politicians to lie with impunity and the “mainstream fake-news communist media” to spin history in whatever way it benefits the neo-Leninist globalist marplots, to strip the American people of our right to self-determination vis-a`-vis a government that represents the people.
To that end and specifically because of Rand Paul, Pat Toomey et al betraying President Trump and We the People by rolling up their skirts so the hems wouldn’t get wet as they experienced bladder malfunction at the thought that Democrats might declare a national emergency at some future point, if and when they ever take power again.
I want you to remember what so-called Republican leaders and lawmakers have done to ensure their ability to sabotage candidates who threaten their position at the feeding trough. I want you to remember and share the many arrogant ways those we not only elected, but those who supply themselves with a lifestyle the likes of which few Americans by comparison can but dream about, have thumbed their noses at us.
As I explained yesterday, March 6, 2019, I am going to be updating articles I’ve written over the years exposing how Republicans have shafted us in our efforts to elect candidates we can trust. It is my objective to show you first hand how we have been taken for granted, lied to and shafted by Republicans. We know Democrats are liars and seditionists committed to reducing America to an impotent neo-Leninist state where big brother manages our lives and they live epicurean lifestyles. But we’ve been led to expect more from Republicans.
I hope the actions by the Party we have foolishly believed truly supported the America our Founding Fathers envisioned, causes you to stand with me in support of President Trump and ruthlessly oppose those who are undermining his agenda.
On August 14, 2017, I shared that Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, R-KY, speaking about President Trump, told a Rotary Club gathering that: “Our new president, of course, has not been in this line of work before, I think he had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the democratic process.”
I argue that it’s to President Trump’s credit to not have been a career fraud, err, I mean career politician. This gives President Trump the unique perspective of actually knowing how to accomplish things, ahead of schedule and under budget.
What McConnell was really saying that day in thinly veiled nuances, was that President Trump doesn’t know what he is doing and that President Trump wasn’t qualified for the position we elected him to, because he’s never been a politician and he isn’t one of “them.”
The claims McConnell made that day factually underscore the problem with Republican Congressional leadership, which is an oxymoron. Republicans owned both sides of Congress and the White House with majorities that enabled them to pass whatever legislation needed for We the People. How difficult could it have possibly been to get things done if they were all working in the interest of We the People and America?
Therein lies the problem. Republicans are not working for Americans and they are determined to prevent President Trump from doing same. The role McConnell plays in an effort to derail President Trump’s agenda cannot be overstated.
McConnell is committed to undermining conservative issues and to preventing all true conservative candidates from being elected. We can point to McConnell’s effort to prevent Judge Roy Moore from winning the August 15, 2017, Alabama Republican Primary.
Republican Candidate for Senate, Judge Roy Moore shared at the time: “According to a recent CNN report, Mitch McConnell is ‘alarmed’ about me leading in the polls heading into the final [days] before the August 15, Republican Primary…In fact, when recently asked what he thought about the possibility of U.S. Senator Roy Moore, Mitch McConnell “’made it clear he does not want a conservative rebel in a GOP conference already difficult to manage.’”
Roy Moore is exactly the type of Senator America needs. He is exactly the type of wisdom and balance who would work well in implementing President Trump’s agenda for the American people.
The problem is that isn’t what Republicans like McConnell, et al want, because a Senator Roy Moore type lawmakers would severely threaten the ability of Republicans to cut self-benefiting deals with the enemies of America both domestic and foreign.
This is not a new phenomenon; this is the way Republicans conduct business. Many may not recall that Republican leadership at the time fought all out to prevent Ronald Reagan from winning the Presidency. Many more were not even born yet.
In my January 13, 2014, nationally syndicated op-ed column, titled “Will Conservatives Continue Being Their Own Worst Enemy” I wrote: “The Republican establishment is not only not our friend, but they are intent and committed to ensuring that not one tea-party conservative or any true conservative ever wins again.”
Karl Rove, Reince Priebus, Mitch McConnell, the late John McCain, Marco Rubio, Orin Hatch, ad nauseum have mapped out a plan that does not include what is best for you and me.
I’ve said many times “that Karl Rove has made it clear the only Republican candidates who will receive campaign financing and support are those the Republican hierarchy has vetted and approved. Rove hates the tea party as much as, if not more than, he dislikes Obama. Mitch McConnell boasted of tea-party losses in Alabama. McConnell called tea-party people bullies and said we should be punched in the face. (See: Tell Rove and Mitch McConnell To Get Used To Us; 11/25/2013) McConnell also issued an edict to blacklist any company that raises money or helps tea-party candidates in any way. He blacklisted The Jamestown Group – one of the most successful money-raising companies the GOP had at its disposal – because they raised money for a tea-party candidate. McConnell has declared war on Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz. Karl Rove told a billionaire fundraiser gathering that Republican candidate Todd Akin from Missouri should be murdered.
The Republican Party is spending huge sums of money to defeat tea-party candidates, even going as far as secretly supporting a Democrat in New Jersey because they feared the tea-party candidate winning.
Nothing has changed pursuant to the goal of McConnell and company since that time. McConnell doesn’t want to accomplish President Trump’s agenda. He and his lobbyist-owned Republican counterparts remain committed to derailing any restrictions on immigration; they are still opposed to the arrest and deportation of illegals. They are still opposed to ending sanctuary city protection for illegal alien rapists, murderers, and drug dealers. And despite all of the bluff and bluster their lies were exposed for all to see when they refused to repeal obamacare and now when they refused to support President Trump’s efforts to secure our border with a wall.
President Trump realizes the longer it takes to get things done the longer it will be before things change. McConnell, et al realize the longer it takes them to get anything done the longer they can milk the lobbyists and orchestrate draconian machinations that result in their staying in office for life.
The only that has changed since I wrote the bulk of this article in August 2017, is the proliferation of attacks on and betrayals of President Trump by Republicans. We must not forget and we must make others aware that it’s up to us to defend and help President Trump Make America Great Again; because the Republican Party hierarchy is not interested in restoring America. They know if that happens there will be less need for them.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here