Tell Rove And Mitch McConnell To Get Used To US
I’m glad to know that I’m annoying Karl Rove and Mitch McConnell the Republican leader in the Senate. I’m even more pleased that we are bothering them to the point that they are voicing their frustrations publicly.
Matthew Boyle, writing for Breitbart’s Big Government, reported about a conference call on which “McConnell said the Tea Party was ‘nothing but a bunch of bullies,’” “And ‘you know how you deal with schoolyard bullies? You punch them in the nose and that’s what we’re going to do.’” (Exclusive – McConnell: Tea Party Bullies Who Need Punch In Nose; 11/22/13)
Rove “as well as American Crossroads President and CEO Steven J. Law, who also serves as the president of sister group Crossroads GPS, were also on the call.” Rove “talked in a slightly gentler way, or let’s say, a more diplomatic way,” the source said. “But the message was pretty well the same: That if we’re going to save this thing, we have to back real Republicans.”[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]There you have it. I have been telling voters for well over ten years that Karl Rove was not a friend to conservatives, and I have been harshly critical since 2009 in my exposing Rove and the Republican hierarchy as unworthy of our support. I made the point in my November 14, 2013 special feature Behind The Political Curtain titled “The Republican Party Is No Longer Hiding What They Have Become.” (http://newdailyrant.wpengine.com/the-republican-party-is-no-longer-hiding-what-they-have-become/) And I’ve made the point in numerous other recent articles.
Even before the historic Tea Party victories in 2010 that saw the greatest congress turnover of seats in some 70 years, I was warning Tea Party groups not to get in league with politicians and, specifically, not to become aligned with the Republican Party. I warned that the best way to have the Tea Party be successful was to keep it an organic movement amongst the people. I warned it would be to our peril if we did not. But not enough listened to me. Egos of certain Tea Party people grew large, and they envisioned themselves as equal to politicians instead of understanding they had been, and should remain, antithetical to everything Rove Republicans stood for.
I warned that the Republican establishment understood what many of the people did not. They understood that the Tea Party movement was an enormous threat to their corrupt ways. Rove and company knew if We the People became aware and self-actualizing we would realize that we didn’t need the Republican hierarchy to accomplish our goals. We could replace them with strong men and women who truly represented our interests. They, unlike most of We the People, understood the very real threat we posed to their way of good ol’ boy business.
Rove led the charge in condemning Tea Party candidates for being successful which was very quickly emulated by establishment Republicans and the media. To be fair, Rove tried to conceal his condemnations of the Tea Party for being epically successful by pointing to the scant number of races they had lost in 2010. (Sarcasm intended) And let us not forget his raw hostilities toward Christine O’Donnell who had unseated Mike Castle, a hardcore left-wing zealot posing as a Republican in Delaware. Rove threatened, on live news programming, that Tea Party candidates were not going to receive financial help in the general elections even though they had prevailed in the primaries. Words he was later forced to publicly eat — even though in private he continued to make good on the threat.
People have been conditioned to believe they must obey the dictates of the Republican establishment. They have been brainwashed into believing those such as Rove, McConnell, Priebus, et al. know more than we do. They have been conditioned to believe that these people are working for us when, in reality, they’re not working for us, they’re working against us.
Rove and company are now fearful that, unlike the South, true onservatives will indeed rise again. And when that happens it is game, set, and match — it is the end of Republicanism as it has been since George H.W. Bush. They know that there are determined patriots who are committed to bringing an end to betrayal of We the People by those who take our money and promise to help us then turn against us and even worse support the edicts of a neo-Leninist megalomaniac in the White House whose goal is to transmogrify America into a totalitarian state.
I’m glad McConnell is threatening to punch us in the nose. I’m glad that Rove is telling people that conservative candidates should be put to death. I’m glad that McConnell and Priebus have ordered a Republican boycott against companies that support and help raise funds for true conservatives. Let them be shown for what they are, i.e., anti the will of the people.
If conservative Tea Party candidates cannot be elected as Rove and McConnell like to claim, the question that begs answering is how did we elect nearly two-thirds of the candidates in 2010? How have we continued to win elections since that time even as Rove and the Republican establishment have worked feverishly behind the scenes to ensure our candidates do not win?
I’m not going anywhere, and my voice will not be silenced as long as God keeps air in my lungs. Mitch McConnell threatening to punch the likes of Ted Cruz and Tea Party conservatives such as myself in the nose is laughable.
My message to them is, “We the People are gaining ground and audience. We are raising carbon copies of ourselves who are committed to taking our government back. We know how the game is played, and we refuse to participate with you. And even more important I say to you that God is on our side becasue we are motivated by truth and righteousness, not greed and personal gain. We are motivated by the vision for America that our Founding Fathers shared. And if God stood with them we know He stands with us. We will prevail because we will not quit until we do.” So, McConnell, go ahead — try to punch us in the nose, if you dare.[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]
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