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Wednesday, January 06, 2021

Never Trumpers got their wish


After 4 years of doing everything they could to screw President Donald John Trump, Republicans in Washington tasted the new reality this morning. Trump supporters stayed home and let Mitch McConnell lose his title as majority leader.

Republicans in Washington deserved to lose. 

I am frightened, of course. The country does not deserve a trust-fund communist senator (Ossoff) or a black nationalist communist one (Warnock), but in their zest to run President Trump out of the Oval Office, Republicans enabled Democrats to steal the state of Georgia. I hope Governor Kemp enjoys his retirement in 2 years.

When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade.

And this lemonade is sweetened by the knowledge that RINOs have been stripped of power. 

Or shall I say, they stripped themselves of power.

President Trump has done everything the Republican Establishment said it wanted to do. He shut down illegal immigration and built that wall they promised in a law passed in 2006 to build.  

He moved the embassy to Jerusalem.

He slashed thousands of unnecessary regulations.

He cut taxes.

He appointed all those judges the Heritage Foundation vouched for. 

He rebuilt the military.

He brought troops home.

He renegotiated trade agreements.

And what was his reward? Paul Ryan and more than 40 other Republican congressmen retiring, knowing this would flip the House and make Nancy Pelosi speaker.

Saddling his administration with a special counsel. Oh, Jeff Sessions was passive-aggressive, but that does not exonerate him.

Republicans gave him the Resistance Cabinet. With rare exception (Dr. Ben Carson and Betsy DeVos) the people Republicans sent to his Cabinet were saboteurs. Sure, he appointed them, but look who recommended them. 

And those judges he appointed as recommended by Washington conservatives turned out to be just as bad. None of those 3 Supreme Court appointees stood up for the Constitution when Democrats stole the election.

No, my friends, the Resistance was not limited to Obama. McCain and Romney were not the only RINOs in the pack.

The lesson of the past 4 years has been that elections are inconsequential because someone else is running the show. Government of the people, by the people, and for the people is gone. In its place is fascism, which is a fusion of corporate America and those running the federal government.

And the people running the government are not the elected ones.

Oh the Never Trumpers will blame President Trump for their defeat on Tuesday.

But we know better. We saw him bust his hump trying to get out the vote. We also saw Georgia's secretary of state fight the president, not the vote stealers. I hope the secretary has a soft landing place because he'll be gone in 2 years as well.

In fact, I hope all the Republican office holders have soft landing places because now that they have turned over voting to Democrats with the mail-in scam, there won't be very many Republican officeholders left.

This was not the outcome we wanted, but it is the outcome we have.

The Republican Establishment opposed a president 94% of Republican voters supported.

Companies that go against the wishes of 94% of their customers go out of business. 

And so it is with the Republican Establishment.

My advice is to rest, recuperate, and primary. Let no incumbent Republican rest in 2022. Make them sweat. Make them whine. Make them past tense.

58 comments:

  1. Last I looked, they were still stealing the vote in GA.

    Blame Kemp and Raffensperger. A couple of Democrats who ran as Rs.

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    1. Butt butt butt Sun Tzu!

      #Schmuck

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    2. Nothing is resolved without bloodshed. It's just true.

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    3. The tell is that counting is "halted."

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    4. Great response ROL CON jakee. Your lack of logic is consistent. Substituted with your pathetic insults.

      edutcher is right. The fraud, specifically the Dominion machines and Smartmatix software were still there.

      It is telling how ROL CON jakee keeps jumping at chances to show his perceived failure of real Trump supporters. Very trollish.

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    5. Of course the election in Georgia was stolen. Same establishment, same crooked voting procedures, same crooked voting machines.

      Vote fraud is easy, when you've got the whole machine on your side!

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  2. Fear not a Dem majority in the Senate, Don. Your stalwart Senator, Joe Manchin, assures us all that he will prevent radical court packing or admitting new states PR and DC or eliminating the filibuster.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I don't believe him either. Joe Manchin has merely positioned himself to become richer off Chinese money this term than Joe Biden has ever dreamed of.

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    1. Manchin may hold tight but Collins, Murkowski and Delecto will put the democrats over the top.

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  3. Nice job Don, of summarizing where we are. The pendulum does swing for Carter begot Regan, Obama begot Trump and Binden...(Maga is the message but apparenlty Trump not the messenger) Who will carry the torch?

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    1. But the pendulum may never swing again since the Dims got away with this blatant election steal, they will do the same thing again and again in every election down to dogcatcher. We have become a 3rd world "republic" where the party in power can never be defeated in an election because there will never again be an honest election.

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    2. I really don't think that 74 million people are going to let this go. Seems that Patriotism is on the rise and so phase one will be getting rid of the RINO's.

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    3. Hopefully with extreme prejudice.

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    4. GB, I'm glad someone sees what I see too. It's a bad day today, but looking at the future, what will the establishment have to offer voters in the next primary? Fresh faces bring waves of support. And for Democrats, the general election wasn't the only thing stolen. Neither Harris or Biden were high picks when up against other options in their party.

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  4. Who becomes majority/minority leader when there is no majority? Who runs the Senate? The Horizontal Mambo VP will try to, but she only breaks tie votes.

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    1. Chuck You Schumer will run the Senate when Harris becomes VP.

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    2. As far as I can determine, there is nothing saying Kamala has to resign her seat in the Senate. She could stay a Senator and, when there is as tie vote, gets to cast the deciding vote as VP - Two votes!!

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  5. I have to reflect on my 26 1/2 years in the Navy and every single soul who served and or died defending our country and ask myself what was the point? Was it all for nothing? It’s like winning a race for almost 250 years and crashing into a wall on the last lap

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  6. I have to reflect on my 26 1/2 years in the Navy and every single soul who served and or died defending our country and ask myself what was the point? Was it all for nothing? It’s like winning a race for almost 250 years and crashing into a wall on the last lap

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    1. 24 years and one day here, shipmate, and I feel exactly the same. I'm lucky to be fully retired and collecting two checks a month that will sustain me until I pass. I love my three millennial children, but seeing as how they support the socialist/communist/totalitarian movement I'm glad to see them try and get ahead in what America will become.

      I'm going to continue to play golf 3-4x per week and save a bunch of money by not contributing to the GOP and it's fake conservative candidates.

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    2. Interesting how Navy Remington raiders wrap themselves in the flag like they are some kind of heroes. Nothing more than bureaucratic grifters and now the taxpayer has to pay for their lavish pensions. GFY!

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    3. Alger- you're opinion is meaningless to me. Lavish pension my dying ass, the ones with the lavish pensions are the public employees like the police and firefighters, especially in the blue states. I know a retired 5th grade teacher in Massachusetts who knocks down $60K per year. Mine isn't anywhere close.

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    4. Okay, let me jump in with my other shipmates. I "only" served 21 yrs all in submarines, missed alot of birthdays, anniversarys, kids events at school etc willingly, and don't feel one bit the pension is "lavish" for some reason. More importantly, now we see what America has become due to lack of honor, integrity love of country by corrupt congressmen, both parties, taking the easy way out of the current fraudulent election. Feel so badly for our kids, we let this happen!!

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    5. To all of you who served with honor in our military: please don't think it was in vain. YOU kept our Nation safe for all those years, often when so many others turned away. We owe you all a debt which can never be repaid. Just imagine how bad things could be had you and your fellows refused to serve. A great many of us citizens are extremely grateful to you for the sacrifices you made on our behalf. Thank you every one for your service.

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  7. We will not have a free/fair election again. Venezuela here we come.

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    1. Never again is a long time. The pendulum swings, the newly entitled commit excesses, and thieves fall out. Don's advice is sound. Keep the faith, tomorrow is another day.

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    2. It has to start at the state and local level and those of us in red states must be vigilant to keep what jappened in Georgia from happening where we live. More local involvement can flop a few more light blue states red as long as dominion is kept out. The key is not having a major city like Atlanta that can destroy the entire state.

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    3. NB: Perhaps Jim should have said, “We will not have a free/fair election again in our lifetime.” And yes, that’s a long time, but not without precedent. The USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) existed from 1922 to1991 — 69 years. The USSA (United Socialist States of America) may last greater or fewer than 69 years, but in any case, i will not see its return to a free country in my lifetime.

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  8. Trump just said "bullsh*t" and the crowd went wild.

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  9. Thank you for this column Don. I am going to do what I can to fight against the Republican Establishment and nominate and America First Patriots in Republican Primaries.

    If that fails, I am more than ready to shift my support to a new MAGA political party that will replace the GOP.

    Whatever it takes, the Uniparty must first be divided, and then conquered.

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    1. Trump is the only man who can do it. A movement always benefits from a charismatic and determined leader.

      Trump is fearless. We need that, too.

      Unfortunately, the arc of history isn't often--if ever--bent from its course. We're in trouble.

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    2. "Trump is fearless."

      But, but, but, you keep posting Trump can't beat the "courts are corrupt!" and "system is corrupt!" I'd say YOU believe that, because you have posted it over and over here, and believe it more so than you believe Trump is fearless. And further, you sprint back here to post every evidence YOU THINK backs that view up.

      True Trump supporters know that a fearless Trump would take advantage of being a sitting POTUS, and using that power along with all the resources that power entails to expose all the evidence of ALL of the fraud types used in the massive, in-our faces voter fraud. Only a coward would not use his power and the resources to save his country.

      Thus, ROL CON jakee just posted more contradictory statements. You are a poser, and a troll.

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  10. Companies go out of business, but the rules of business don't seem to apply to politicians, especially with what is effectively a state-sponsored media. And frankly 2022 and beyond don't really matter as the left will now use their ill-gotten power to ensure they never lose power again. Elections will just be for show. What's needed is massive civil disobedience, but as long as they boil us frogs slowly it won't likely happen, we're too comfortable. Heck, even in Venezuela, where people are starving, the left clings to power. I've had a pretty good run, but I look at my grandkids and think about their future, I want to cry for them.

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    1. I cry for my grandkids. I may have to k*ll for them.

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    2. Hang on Schlongy. The HUGE MAGA crowd just sent a message to CONgress. They ran. There probably was some fear involved there.

      Then, Trump called them off. Think about it. Because I know CONgress is. While they are sequestered in Fort McNair.

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    3. They’ve always assumed conservatives will just shut up and take whatever they dish out, and historically speaking that’s true. So they assume they can steal elections and we will just obey. They misunderestimated this time.

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  11. GB, if the Globalists have managed to steal this election they will have stolen the pendulum and its swinging days are over. So, let's all keep praying; God's got miracles in His arsenal we've never even imagined. This is a battle in the timeless war between Good and Evil.

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    1. True, and Amen. Thank you. Our help is from God. I continue to pray His Protection over our President Trump and his family.

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    2. Yeah that's the ticket! There are no UFOs but there's is a hairy thunderer out there to deliver us from evil! Go God!

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    3. "Hairy thunderer"? Sorry, none of us here worship Jupiter. Try again.

      Interesting, too, that your username is that of a well-known child molester, first name of Horatio. Wonder why...

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    4. Hear, hear Warren. Prayers never hurt.

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  12. Time for the GOP to be dissolved and replaced by a new party. That is, after all, how the Republican Party was born, from the ashes of the Whig Party. When the Whig Party Establishment leadership refused to listen to the Whig base and take action to oppose slavery, the Whig party base revolted and left to create the Republican Party. The remaining Whigs all joined the Democrats or retired.

    The entrenched Republican leadership today are too corrupt to change, and too powerful to shift from the inside without decades of work. But they can be disempowered over night by the 95% of the base who opposed the vote theft and want limited transparent government, rule of law and and an end to cronyism and grift.

    The GOP base and those in Congress and in State level positions who oppose the Uniparty need to leave en masse to a form new Constitutionalist or Federalist Party (or whatever name works). Over night McConnell and the other RINOs would be removed from power.

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    1. I was going to disagree with you. Then I thought, "What if." Here's what I got.

      Too many of the GOP are GOPe, bought and paid for by oligarchs and foreign money. If half the GOP congress critters split, it would pit 1/4 MAGAs against 3/4 Swamp. They would be ineffective. Might as well vote Libertarian, i.e. 3rd party is just throwing your vote away. Getting a functional majority of the majority party and the minority controls the leadership positions and the agenda. That's how the Democrats pushed Johnson's Great Society through even though the entire Southern branch of the party was full of active Klan members. It will take a lot fewer additional conservatives to take over the Republican Party than it would take to create an entire new party.

      So I'm going to attend the local Republican township committee meeting this month. I'm not expecting to be much impressed with the proceedings, but this is how you start pushing change, especially improving election security. Take all your friends (wish I had some) and you dominate the local committee. Use the that infrastructure.

      Remember the Republican Party is not a country or a Church or lover or anything else one might swear loyalty to. It is a tool. It is a dull tool. It needs sharpening.

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  13. Don: 70 million Americans are not wrong. With that as a voting bloc, maybe it's time for a third Party. One with enough votes to outvote a Democrat or RINO?

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  14. Well, hot lead is all that's left, and I'm not talking about newsprint. Or am I?

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  15. Anyone who has ever done any remodeling knows that you can't start rebuilding until you tear out all the rotten stuff.

    It hurts like hell when you lance a boil but that lets all the pus and infection drain out.

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    1. Agreed. We still have our guns. If the fascists try to take those away, bless their hearts.

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    2. LOL! lyn5, you MUST be a Southener!

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  16. Mike Pence needs to be sent 74 million white feathers.

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    1. He probably should grow eyes in the back of his head.

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  17. Well, as I keep saying, the GOP is the Go Along To Get Along (with the Dems) Party. and it'they will NEVER get my money or my vote.

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    1. If the massive, in-our faces fraud is not defeated, neither party will need either Sam L.

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    2. The gop is controlled opposition., nothing more. Thank trump for atleast exposing that.

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  18. Many years ago Ed Morrissey (now of Hot Air, then Captain's Quarters) started a "Not One Thin Dime" campaign. This was a pledge not to give one thin dime in support of the GOPe until they changed direction. It should be reconstituted.

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  19. Voting is pointless. If you havent realized this by now, you havent been paying attention.

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