Republican Leadership Wants IRS To Intimidate Tea Party
Once again, I raise the spectre of concern pursuant to the contempt that Karl Rove, Reince Priebus, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Mitch McConnell et al. have for We the People. In short, the Republican establishment and hierarchy view us as Democrats view blacks. In other words, we should be quiet until they tell us what to talk about, send our money, and cast our votes for whom they tell us.
The good news is that an ever-increasing number of We the People are no longer willing to subscribe to the “useful idiot” protocol. The bad news isn’t that there are those claiming to be conservatives who do not understand that fact; rather, the bad news is that there are those among our ranks who do not want to understand or believe that fact.
I have been a vocal critic of the Republican hierarchy for many years. I warned that establishment candidates cannot be trusted to serve with our interests in mind. My warnings were not appreciated by the establishment players who tried to marginalize my impact. But the truth is its own defense, and once again I’ve been proven right.
Many disagreed with me, and instead complained that Obama stole the election in 2012. Others lamented that Obama had secret information on key GOP members that he used to blackmail them into not raising court challenges pursuant to what many perceived as misdeeds. And then there were — and are — those who contend that Republicans were tricked (read forced) into signing an agreement whereby they would not contest any races through the courts.
My position was then and is now that there was no truth to most of the aforementioned. Good grief, there, precincts in Philadelphia, PA where anything less than 100 percent black vote would have been cause for suspicion.
But alas, the truth has a way of coming out. Pat Caddell is an opinion pollster I happen to agree with more often than I do not, and, in truth, a pollster for whom I have no small amount of respect. Caddell made the point that I have been making since 2012 when he laid the reason for Obama getting away with what he is doing squarely at the feet of the Republican hierarchy.
Responding to a question concerning why Republican leadership has not pressed a high level investigation into the IRS targeting Tea Party groups, Caddell said: “When you have 71 percent who want an investigation, 64 percent who believe it is a sign of corruption, including nearly a majority of Democrats, the reason is the establishment Republicans want the IRS to go after the Tea Party. Got It?” (Fox News Channel; Political Insiders; 2/17/14)
He continued: “[The Republican leadership] want them [i.e., IRS] to go after the Tea Party because the Tea Parties are an outside threat to their power hold. And I’m telling you the lobbying consulting class of the Republican Party or Republican leadership who have been attacking the Tea Party and alienating them, they want the IRS to do this.”
It seems that everyone understands that fact except the people who stand to lose the most by not grasping it, and that is many of the conservative voters.
One thing every person engaged in a battle against odious marplots intent on usurpation by manipulation realizes is that before you can effectively wage the battle you must know who the enemy is. In this instance, the enemy is the leadership of our party, but, unfortunately, many of We the People would rather blame Obama for being smart than blame Republican leadership for making a punchinello look like a genius.
I have written extensively in my “Behind The Political Curtain” commentaries outlining in detail the acts of betrayal orchestrated against We the People by Karl Rove, Reince Priebus, John Boehner, John McCain, Mitch McConnell, Marco Rubio, Eric Cantor, Jack Ryan, et al.
We cannot vote based on sound bites and a speech. We are in a fight for the future of our children and grandchildren, and we cannot prevail by continuing to support those who are openly betraying us. In my book, “Random Rants: I Was Right Then And I’m Right Now,” I share insights that I articulated over 10 years ago. Back then there were those who disagreed with me, but I stood my ground and was proven right. It is the same today.
We the People must understand what is at stake and whom we cannot trust. We understand that the liberal Obamanoids have ratcheted up their attacks against me, but we can now say with certainty that some of the repeated attacks on my website are coming from Republican operatives as well. My friends, it stands to reason that this wouldn’t be the case if my team and I were not speaking and writing words that neither Democrats nor the Republican establishment want you to hear.
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