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The Future for Conservative Politics
“The future of the Republican Party is in your hands,” at least that’s what the Republican National Committee claims in their frequent, urgent mail-out surveys asking us to respond to inane questions about how awful the Biden Administration is. Of course, they want a donation, too.
I believe the old neo-conservative GOP, yes, the one that just lost Liz Cheney from their ranks, is barking up the wrong tree because we already know how the awful, lying, incompetent, divisive, and dangerous Biden’s Democrat party is, so we don’t need to re-qualify what we already know by answering these really stupid surveys again and again. My donations go directly to the candidate I like, not the RNC, who will use our donations to retain the old guard. That era is coming to a close. It has to, or the America we knew is finished.
What I want to hear from the Republican National Committee is their absolute pledge, not just a mere campaign promise, but a total conviction to support unreservedly, the growing new crop of alarmed Americans brave enough to stand for political office as Republicans. Instead, they are being stonewalled for campaign support because this new group isn’t beholding to the failed “go along to get along” policies of the old Neo-conservative Republicans or bowing the knee of fealty to the Democrats’ idea of what “Democracy” is.
The old-fashioned, pro-American conservative ball has started rolling and is gathering speed while the national GOP, its PACS, and leadership don’t seem to be doing anything to help them along; indeed stand in their way. Where are the Republican voices screaming foul about the Democrats ignoring the Constitution, ignoring judicial rulings against their policies, and their outright criminality, i.e., Hunter Biden’s excess, weaponizing the FBI, etc.?
Except for the few already elected who have complained loud and bitterly about the Democrat hijacking of America, the GOP voice of complaint is silent or censored. There is a conspiracy of governance going on, but it’s weakening and, with a good push, will collapse.
I want to hear what the National Republican Committee wants for a return of GOP power, not just repetitions of how bad Biden and the Democrats have been. When returned to power, what do they intend to do to restore America to its Constitutional roots, the new crop of political wannabe’s demand? Will they dick around another two years until Trump returns to square them away? Do they intend to keep China-loving politicians in the roles of political leadership? That’s a loser.
Has anyone wondered why Mitch McConnell and his Chinese American wife, Elaine Chao, have gotten rich from China’s economy at America’s expense? For years, the McConnell and Chao families, related by marriage, have maintained a close shipping company family relationship that has enriched their personal coffers granting special status to the Chaos’ CCP shipping company. Sounds like Pelosi’s family. Could that be right? Is it acceptable? Well, yes, if you’re in the leadership and see China’s social plan as America’s future.
Mitch McConnell is long past his shelf life extension limit and should be retired if the GOP intends to move forward into the 21st Century as Reagan conservatives. So why do our old guard Republican Senators allow Mitch McConnell free rein to disparage new, novice Republican candidates for the US Senate? President Trump sees McConnell’s continued presence as Senate GOP leader as an “affront to honor and to leadership. McConnell should spend more time and money helping new Republican candidates get elected, and less time helping his crazy wife and family get rich on China!”
But, McConnell appears to be safe. Corporate media quickly mocked Trump’s legitimate criticism of McConnell and Chao as unfair and unjust. Vanity Fair hinted that Trump’s comments were revenge against Chao for resigning from the Trump administration following the 2021 Capitol riot and subsequently cooperating with the illegitimate Jan. 6 Committee. Maybe, but it’s clear the future of conservative politics will be a hard row to hoe.
Remember, freedom is the goal; the Constitution is the way; now, go get ’em!
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