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Some things are sacrosanct to American conservatives, like their outspoken heroes, especially those who unabashedly challenge the political status quo, as Donald Trump showed us. Slights, false rumors, and the like, especially from other Republicans, no matter how trivial they may appear, will be viewed by the unwashed with deep suspicion and deep doubts, especially about the conservative bonafide of the author(s) of such disrespectful deeds.
If it is true that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, collaborated to exclude the invited Mike Lindell, the “My Pillow” CEO, from speaking at the recent GOP Governors conference in Nashville, which is feckless stupidity. How can Governor Kemp expect to keep Georgia’s governorship in Republican hands by disrespecting Georgia’s and every conservative everywhere over their treatment of one of conservatism’s heroes? I believe we already know the reason for their action. Both governors are suspected of anti-Trump treachery during the November 2020 general election, and Mike Lindell said he would bring that very issue up when he was invited to speak at the Republican Governors conference.
Lindell, by invitation, arrived at the conference at his own expense, was given his speaker’s pass and ID badge, seated in the ‘next speakers’ room, then was unexpectedly “uninvited.” The Democrat media gleefully used the term; he was “kicked out!” Well, probably yes, but that’s just another pejorative phrase attempting to show even Republican Governors don’t respect him. Nonsense! Only two! But, back to our Governor Kemp.
Governor Kemp carries a heavy load. Suspected to have collaborated with China to purchase $170 million worth of Dominion voting machines, he starts on shaky ground. He’s also suspected of malfeasance in office, either deliberately or by neglect in failing to protect the Georgia election process and President Trump’s second term: for failing to order an investigation into voter irregularities in several Georgia counties, some filmed by surveillance cameras and viewed by all. Witnesses have given their sworn statements, i.e., evidence and piles of ballots still remain unscrutinized by legitimate investigators.
Still reeling from President Trump’s stolen re-election, Conservatives now see and understand the depth of federal government corruption. Decades have passed, and it emerges that the most corrupt among them being the arms of federal law enforcement and intelligence. I do not omit the judiciary from the list of suspects either and await the new abortion rulings from the Supreme Court before making a definitive decision. But they can be had!
We read in the media that Georgia politically is considered the most corrupt of states, and if what Kemp has done is any example, it could be true. If so, it signals that a serious division still exists within the GOP, i.e., the “Elites” like Governor Kemp, who want to maintain the old political status quo between the two old party’s, and the Tea Party types who don’t.
In truth, there are no longer two opposite parties, only one, a corrupt one, that has grown so huge that decisions are made not by elected reps, but by those who pay the most money to their voting lackeys.
Today it’s the digital technology companies. Their powers have grown so vast they now accept their important role as our censors. The political network today, between government and industry, finds the Constitution to be an annoyance. That will soon be adjusted, but they apparently don’t see it coming. What are patriots to do? Fire up the Tea Parties again, being beware of the elites trying to usurp the role again to set their own “Conservative” agenda for us. Let’s get fired up again before it’s really too late. We need real respect again. Can’t get it by just waiting.
Remember, freedom is the goal; the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ’em!
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