Only We Can Take Our Country Back
Being elected to Congress is the greatest welfare job available. There are a total of only 535 of those Access Welfare Cards available and even at that they are not all available at once.
The overwhelming majority of those holding office come into office poorer, as the saying goes, than Job’s turkey, and they leave at some point having accumulated 10s of millions of dollars in wealth and some having accumulated 100s of millions of dollars. As the saying goes: “It’s a great job, if you can get it.”
The problem is that regardless of how things appear politicians get elected by We the People. And You the People have made poor decisions. I make no apologies for not including myself in the You the People groupage.
I am warning you yet again, and I’m chronicling the instances that blind conservatives who refused to believe they were wrong about Republicans. I have warned repeated that the Republican Party belonged to an exclusive club that we pay for but we’re not allowed to join.
February 11, 2014 I wrote:
As I was channel surfing, I channeled past a news station on which Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) was holding court with his usual proficiency for great sound bites. And when it comes to great sound bites Gowdy has few (if any) equals, which is no small thing when one considers he belongs to a Party known for sound bites.
The problem is sound bites are not synonymous with executable plans of action that are in the best interest of We the People. More often than not, great sound bites are the pontifications of those who love the applause they receive from voters with short memory spans, juxtaposed to those who would treat them like the snake oil salesmen they are.
Not too long ago I had a conversation with a hardcore, uncompromising conservative. She and I spoke specifically about Gowdy. I explained to her that my position pursuant to him is don’t trust him. Sure, he talks tough, but they all do until it comes time to do something. When it came to agreeing to bad deals that favored Obama and China, Republicans will forever be remembered as Obama’s most capable assets.
I recall[ed] seeing Gowdy on Greta Van Susteren’s show giving one of the sound bite performances he’s best known for during the Congressional hearings on Obama’s illegal, gun-running operation Fast and Furious. It was during the time that Attorney General Eric Holder was under fire for refusing to comply with a Congressional subpoena. After his patented blustering, Greta asked Gowdy if he and Congress were going to find Holder in contempt of Congress specifically because of Holder’s refusal to comply with the Congressional subpoena? Gowdy looked like a deer in headlights as he suddenly stuttered and stammered, but he never answered her simple question.
It was yet another transpicuous example of all-talk Republicans. Their hollow talk is the window dressing that draws the eyes and attention of unsuspecting Republican voters who do not realize they are supporting a Party that no longer exists. Talk may sound good but if it isn’t backed up with action it is hollow rhetoric.
Karl Rove and the Republican establishment of — which Gowdy is certainly a key component — are not just determined, they are committed to turning the Republican Party into a “big tent.” The problem is “big tent” is code for everything we true conservatives and Tea Party people stand against. If the Republican Party supports the majority of things we oppose what difference is there between them and Democrats?
The establishment Republicans are becoming bolder and more obvious in their contempt for true conservatives and specifically the Tea Party. I contend that it is their open hostility for We the People who believe in the Republican Party of old that will be their demise. They are challenging history in a belief that theirs will have a different outcome from the Whig Party that today is as forgotten as the ancient cultures that are periodically unearthed.
The Whigs were at one time a political force having elected four presidents in the 19th century and controlling both houses of Congress for a period of time. They numbered within their ranks Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and an Illinois Congressman named Abraham Lincoln.
The Whig Party accomplished great things during its brief history. They were responsible for the Boston Tea Party; they were the early conservatives.
But today as the Party follows the path of Karl Rove, Reince Priebus, and other establishment “Republi-crats,” such as those in leadership in both the House and Senate, contentious divisions are forming that threaten a repeating of political history. And that, my friends, would be a good thing.
We have toiled to support a Party whose leadership is blatantly hostile to true conservatives and patriots who hold the Constitution and our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness sacrosanct. They are pushing and supporting legislation that rewards those who spit on our freedom. Karl Rove once said a candidates we supported should be murdered. The Republicans we elected treat us like Democrats treat blacks. (See: Are Republicans Becoming Republi-crats or Whigs?)
I am reminding you of the warnings I delivered years ago, in hopes people won’t make the same mistakes again. The Senate is hemming and hawing, back and forth looking for a way to not hold Obama, Biden et al accountable for their criminal practices. Republicans are making a drama production out of whether or not they will take action against those who violated every Constitution right and privilege General Flynn was due.
They expect us to forget and/or accept what these people did the man we elected President and his family. They want us to ignore the fact Democrats continue to overreach their authority even as they proudly announce their intentions to bring impeachment action against President Trump. And freaking Republicans are trying their darnedest to abandon their responsibility to We the People.
I’m telling you: if We the People sit on the sidelines, leave voicemails, send faxes, and/or emails, the Democrat criminals will never be brought to justice and we will be singularly responsible for helping never-trumper PACs and organizations in destroying all that President Trump has done.
We must rise up in massive protests. We need to write letters to the editor in our local newspapers. We need to flood the call-in lines of local and national talk radio. We need to bombard President Trump headquarters with snail-mail letters of support that he can make public as we head into the stretch run for 2020. We need to rebel and we need to do it every day and every weekend.
We are being denied access to Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube; but we are not being denied a stiffened resolve to make a difference. Our right to unrestrained, relentless protest shall not be abridged.
Republicans are making it clear that they’re not interested in bringing Clinton, Obama, Comey, Brennan, Biden, Susan Rice, and the rest of treasonous cabal to justice. They are interested in undermining President Trump. It’s up to us to demand justice happens and it’s up to us to not take no for an answer. We don’t want sound bites and Kabuki Theater. We demand action.
We can make this happen, but only if we make it happen. You have to decide if you are going to fight for justice, truth, and President Trump by Keeping him in office for another term or if you are going to talk and claim you wanted to, but didn’t know how.
Yes, I am being blunt, but I am beyond weary with people who worry about hurting a politician’s feelings. We must organize on local levels as well as on national levels and make our demands known. We must make it know that we will not have our votes stolen by the progeny of Lucifer. We must make sure we are registered and we must vote. We must not forget what reprobate governors have done to us. We must become militant.
We can reclaim our Party by supporting President Trump. We cannot do same by sitting on the sidelines wringing our hands asking what can we do? This is my country and I’m willing to continue fighting for it. What are you going to do?
The one thing we could learn from neo-Leninist anarchists and traitors to our country is how to fight guerrilla warfare style.
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