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Monday, January 11, 2021

The traitors who fooled us

Kane at Citizen Free Press wrote, "Ann Coulter is dead to me…" She has been in my graveyard since the third time she said she would never support President Donald John Trump again.

She fooled us. So have many others over the years. Conservatives keep falling in love and keep being played.

Consider this story from the Associated Press, "Arnold Schwarzenegger calls President Donald Trump 'worst president ever'."

Remember when he was governor of California?

We loved it when he called Democrats girly men. We thought we had our champion. Too bad he was born in Austria and cannot run for president, we thought at the time.

But once again, the Constitution protected us.

Oh and he apologized for the girly men remark.

Paul Ryan was another matinee idol of the right. We loved it when Mittens picked him as a running mate. He was a fiscal conservative. 

4 years later, he dumped on Donald Trump. As House Speaker, he may as well have been Nancy Pelosi for all he cooperated with a real conservative president. 

By the way, Ryan came to Washington as a pauper. His net worth is now $8 million.

I won't go into the Jonahs and Kristols in the media who posed as conservatives on TV. We now realize that Liberal Fascism was a tribute, not a criticism.

They fooled us and fleeced us and laugh in our faces. In Kevin D. Williamson's gawdawful, "The Father Fuhrer" piece, National Review called us Nazis for crying out loud.

Oh how we swooned when General Mattis joined the Trump administration.

Last June, The Atlantic reported, "James Mattis Denounces President Trump, Describes Him as a Threat to the Constitution."

Colin Powell was another general gone bad, but by the time President Trump arrived, we already knew his conservatism was a gimmick. He supported Obama. Twice.

Jeff Sessions may still be a conservative. Who knows? We do know that his passive-aggressive management of DOJ saddled President Trump with a witch hunt.

His replacement, Bill Barr, drank water well. And he made sure no one would pay a price for Spygate.

Readers are welcome to submit their Fifth Columnists either in comments or by email.

Just remember the old saying: In God We Trust; all others pay cash.

107 comments:

  1. Hi Don (or anyone else)

    Any update on Sydney Powell's work? It is scrubbed from the internet - just articles about her! Where do we find out the status of her work?

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    1. Dominion is suing her for over a billion dollars, but they forget she has discovery rights which she was not provided by the courts when she was chasing the election fraud. Should be interesting.

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    2. Thanks! Appreciate the details! Yes, should be interesting if anyone will cover it as it unfolds!

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    3. If it unfolds, unknown. See comment in the morning news piece about Mark Steyn’s ultra slow roll case through the DC courts.

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    4. I've been wondering too. I sent a check to her at the end of November. It finally cleared the bank about a week ago. So where's the Kraken? Or did the Deep State swallow it?

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    5. https://www.sidneypowell.com/

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    6. At Brighteon, HRR daily update reports and fully realize we are all living in an ongoing psyop and pure propaganda

      Do not believe all that is spoon fed and forced on you !

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    7. saw today that both her and Lin Wood's GA cases were thrown out by the GA supreme court

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    8. saw today that both her and Lin Wood's GA cases were thrown out by the GA supreme court

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    9. Also read to day that SCOTUS will not hear her or Lin Woods cases.

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  2. Others may have trusted Mattis. I never bought his marketing. What Marine calls his CO a Warrior Monk?

    Coulter went off the deep end after her father died, although her Ivy League snobbery killed it for a lot of people.

    And I always thought it odd Arnie would marry a Kennedy. He made a couple of cool movies and that was it for me.

    Hey, I'm still mad at Reagan for not telling Begin who footed his defense budget.

    It takes a lot for me to really idolize somebody.

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    1. I'm STILL kicking myself for voting to Ah-nold instead of the wonderful Tom McClintock. TM was the front runner when the powers that be inserted Ah-nold into the mix and backed him with wall to wall coverage.
      "I will cut up their credit cards". Dems ran roughshod over him. Total loser.

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    2. It doesn't take much for gaslighting Professor Edwina to idolize someone. Just look at how she idolizes herself.

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    3. I still love Louie Gohmert

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    4. I'm still mad at Begin for helping Reagan get rid of the Osirak nuclear reactor in Iraq. Why do Israelis have to fight America's wars?

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    5. What Mattis did to Colonel Dowdy in Iraq should have been a hint about him.

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  3. Ryan came to Washington as a pauper. His net worth is now $8 million.

    IIRC, his wife is worth a bunch of dough, so use that $8MM with a caveat. Might not be his money!

    We also note that Ryan 'sponsored' 70 bills, only 2 became law, and only ~22% of his co-sponsored bills got someplace.

    Rich, but useless appendage.

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  4. I want to ask -- over the past 4 years who in the White House has Trump had as advisors that he could trust? I'm asking for names. Because it seems as if everyone who came/went at the WH all worked against Trump's interests and agenda. So from whom did Trump solicit input? This is a question that has puzzled me for much of the Trump administration.

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    1. Grenell and Pompeo come to mind, doubtless there are others.
      But you're right, it's notable
      1) How many advisors recommended by Repub "leaders" turned out to be snakes
      2) Mitch NEVER let the Senate go out of session to this day because then Trump could "recess appoint" his own choices.

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    2. I think Wilbur Ross has been great. Ben Carson too. I think highly of Mnuchin as well.

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    3. Schlongy, the Nooch has been superb, as has Lighthizer. The picture of them smiling in the background as Mr. T, in the foreground - probably saying something like “How’d I do?” - is turned towards them, is an iconic moment.

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    4. Bannon, Mannafort, Gorka, and Flynn were original advisers and loyal (even to this day). You know what happened to them. Sean Spicer and Sarah sanders was also loyal to this day. Seems like Pompeo, Carson, Mneuching, Surg gen (name?), Grenell, Conway, and Stone. RINO's were the likes of Bolton, scarramucci, Comey, Barr, Haspel, Wray, Rosenstein, Sessions, Clapper, Brennan, Pence, Kelly, Mattis, McMaster, Klep, Esper, Chao, Mulvaney, Devos, and Grisham. I'm sure I'm missing some traitors.

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    5. The first gay NSA guy grennell and pompeo that's about it

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  5. You can find Ms. Powell here:

    https://defendingtherepublic.org/

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  6. Paul Ryan's grandfather owned a construction company and he received money from that source and from an aunt. His wife is also a recipient of family money of almost $1M, so his net worth isn't a surprise. He was no pauper when he went to DC, Don.

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  7. I notice you didn’t mention any gopers who supported our President....were there any?

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    1. Kennedy, Cruz, Hawley (who's really got the Lefties scared), a couple of others. Several in the House.

      Google is suppressing the actual list, only those who intended.

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    2. Cruz is a fraud.

      He and #DitchMitch are tight as ticks. He's the Kabuki Theater opposition. Pay attention, schmuck.

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    3. I agree Cruz is in the same mold as Trey Gowdy; All hat, no cattle. Hawley appears to be a star but I'm sure he'll go the way of Tom Cotton.

      How about you comment and avoid the ad hominin. Takes the rare 'good post' and makes it as worthless as most your others.

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  8. There's Charlie Sykes, the Lefty who went "conservative" for a long and lucrative radio ride in Milwaukee, then went NeverTrump, making a few more shekels at MSNBC and editing The Beerwok (approx.)

    First of his three wives actually IS a conservative on the 7th Circuit, Diane Sykes.

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  9. Harry Truman’s golden nugget was, “If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.” That now needs to applied/extended to ALL journos, regardless of party.

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  10. Reinvent Priebus - PDJT’s first chief of staff. He was an ally of Ryan and we should have known.

    John Kelly - 2nd chief of staff

    DNI Ratclife is looking like a rat, holing up the December 18 report on foreign interference in the election.

    Scaramucci

    National Securiy Advisors - McMaster and John Bolton

    Omarosa

    Rex Tillerson

    Rod Rosenstein

    Gina Haspell

    Christopher Wray

    I know I am forgetting many others.

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    1. Don't think that Ratcliffe was the holdup on the DNI report.

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  11. I'm beginning to wonder how the rebels felt in the 1770's, oppressed by the British Crown and surrounded br Tories.

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    1. They just kept fighting. At best, only a third of the American people supported the Continental cause during the war, so I think we're ahead there.

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    2. Take a read of the late Thomas Fleming's final book, "The Strategy of Victory." Amazing how badly the Revolutionary War went pretty much until the surprising finish.

      We are indeed in a much better position right now.

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    3. Without Russian support, the rebels would have lost to the Rothschilds (I mean the British)

      http://themillenniumreport.com/2017/09/how-russia-helped-the-13-colonies-win-the-american-revolution/

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  12. Don't forget Huber and Durham, who are still "investigating".

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    2. I'd say Dumb and Dumber, but I think that's a more appropriate description of those of us who believed in these schmucks.

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  13. The most important leader at the beginning of the end of the Roman Republic was Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus, He was the guy who noticed that while the Roman Republic had swept all foreign enemies before it, the working class had suffered despite the great riches of empire. Tiberius Gracchus decided to run for public office despite his great family wealth, and to put forth his formidable political skills to benefit the Roman Working Joe. He failed, because the Roman political establishment buried their traditional political differences in the face of Gracchus’ challenge, and in fact had him killed.
    In short, the Roman Deep State closed ranks to block needed reform. It was the beginning of the end of the Roman Republic as long cherished political norms (Mos Maiorum) were cast aside. And so two generations of the Roman political elite were exterminated in a civil war so profound that what was left of the exhausted Republican Elite welcomed the first Imperator with open arms because he ended the civil wars.
    Throughout this whole period in Roman History, the Law was supreme. Of course, the Law bent to the prevailing political winds. As the Roman said, “The Law is harsh, but it is the Law”. Dura Lex, sed Lex.
    Donald Trump is the Tiberius Gracchus of our day. He is the guy who noticed that while the American Republic had swept all foreign enemies before it, the working class had suffered despite the great riches of empire. Donald Trump decided to run for public office despite his great family wealth, and to put forth his formidable political skills to benefit the American Working Joe. He failed, because the American political establishment buried their traditional political differences in the face of Trump’s challenge, and in fact had him [well, we’ll have to see if they let him live free, or jail him, or kill him].


    https://borepatch.blogspot.com/2021/01/dura-lex-sed-lex.html?m=1

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    1. forecast: indicted by NY,NJ immediately on 20th after Biden sworn in. CA indictment soon after. Indicted by at least one EU country. It matters not what for. "Show me the man and I will show you the crime." Litigation in FL over extradition. Indictment by US Just us Dept to circumvent extradition battle. Denial of bail or bail set at in excess of 2 billion. "Trump did not kill himself."

      Great comparison to the Gracchi. They killed Tiberius's brother too. They will go after Trump's children.

      I think that the country will see a round of assassinations after the proscriptions of Trump and of any public persons or companies that support him.

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    2. Switzerland doesn't have an extradition treaty with the US. Just ask Marc Rich.

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    3. An odd thing about Rome was that most conquests were made during the republic before Augustus was crowned emperor. Claudius invaded Britain and Trajan annexed Romania, and that was it.

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    4. The Rubicon has been crossed.

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  14. There are plenty of names to add at this point, but checking other comments so as not to be redundant, I'll add Nikki Haley and Chris Christie. Someone beat me to DNI Ratcliffe - and you have to wonder... since the report was required to be filed by 12/18, was delayed by "new information"... and then silence.

    I will add (with both sadness and anger) Kristi Noem - who had seemed so promising on many grounds (including toughness). But that piece of cr*p she published in the federalist last week was a disaster. Just typical outdated post-election navel-gazing (note to Kristi - that GA just elected two communists to its two senate seats is NOT because WE failed...) - not even a mention of the fraud concerns (which have to be addressed), and nary a peep about coping with the impending literally-nazi-style crackdown these goons are planning.

    Anyone "positioning" for 2024 needs to go overboard. Number one priority now is finding people who will prepare active measures to preserve, protect, and defend our badly-threatened Constitutional rights.

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    1. Snow, Ms Noem lost me when she criticized the "insurrection". A few Antifas tried to vandalize the place and were stopped by Deplorables and, yes, there is video.

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    2. I hadn't seen that, but it was obvious by non-mention in that ghastly piece that she wrote.

      What we NEED RIGHT NOW are governors who will take the sanctuary-city thing to the state level - and refuse to recognize or enforce any unconstitutional diktats in their states. Nothing else matters for now.

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  15. cross posted at https://freedomaustralia.freeforums.net/thread/720/god-trust-all-pay-cash

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  16. Be sure to make a list of companies too. Cancelled FB, Amazon Prime, etc. Companies I have to use I use as little as possible. The list of Republicans I can support grows smaller by the day.

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  17. I note the Whigs, with the help of Fake News, are resurrecting their "We're fighting behind enemy lines" act from the old Bob Michel days by "voting down" a measure to force Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment.

    Like he'd have to be forced.

    I hope Satan has called his favorite contractor. The 9th Circle of Hell will need to be expanded.

    Although he may have gotten an alert from St Peter over the (really) hot line.

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    1. Nyuk. Someone told a funny. /sarcasm

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    2. Curly is about your level of sophistication.

      PS The tag is /sarc.

      And you're on that list. Get out your asb

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    3. Ed “The Hit Man” Utcher!

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  18. The guy who carried the Confederate flag into the Capitol will be crucified when he's caught.

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    1. ... unless he's a Democrat.

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    2. And I will execute anybody and everybody that tries to crucify him. Gloves are off

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    3. For some reason I get occasional e-mails from National Geographic, and wow are they trying to exploit that. They show the photo of the guy with the old confederate battle flag, and then spin up this yarn that a black capitol police officer, at great risk to himself, got the "insurrectionists" (their word) to chase him, yelling "racial slurs" (their word) the whole time... so that they chased him rather than go into the Senate chamber.

      I smell b.s. propaganda... Radio Moscow would blush...

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  19. Easier to just list those I still trust:
    Devin Nunes, Ron DeSanitis, Matt Gaetz, Kennedy in Louisiana, Rick Grenell, and a handful of cabinet appointments.
    The GOP, I think, is in for a VERY RUDE AWAKENING as the cash flow comes to a trickle!

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    1. Almost seems like things have been allowed to go so far on purpose. It will be extremely easy to figure out who the turncoats were, and more importantly, who to trust! A genius level tactic if true.

      But, but, but, Orange Man Bad! We were told he dumb! He not smart like us. Uh... BLM! Hail Harris! Yay for Great Reset! China friend!

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  20. Pense and Ryan together set out to undermine President Trump. I saw where they had planned to take over the Trump ticket in 26 but settled for injecting Pense instead to sandbag him.
    Who all would have been involved in administration picks? You can be sure that the VP was.

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  21. All the world are traitors except me and thee and often I wonder about thee.

    Somewhere following the election Trump allowed this to become a matter of his ego rather than being about the good of the country. It is not working out well.

    In spite of all media opposition, the rantings of the democrats, and even opposition of some in his own party, he had exactly the correct agenda and a powerful message. Yet he made an enemy of nearly everyone with whom he came in contact. And of course, to the true believers, this was always everyone's fault but Trump. Whomever was a fault, it was a leadership style that utterly failed to grow our base.

    Then, faced with what inevitably would be a close election, he also failed to address the mail-in voting catastrophe, thus allowing the democrat party to exploit its strengths to harvest those votes. He then fumbled disastrously by losing GA, and concluded that run with the inexplicable decision of calling for a demonstration on the day the electors were to be voted. And anyone is surprised it got out of hand?

    I am a conservative first, republican second, and Trump supporter last. I'm voting to hire a guy to represent my interests and what I believe are those of the nation. I do not "follow" anyone. And it is time we stop this ridiculous circular firing squad and get busy figuring out how to defend this terrible position left us by Trump.

    The Naïvetés posted here daily about how the cogs were coming together, Trump had a plan, the Kraken would be unleashed, etc. etc. etc. The only people being played were the ignorant souls who believed such nonsense.

    Now, my party and my movement are on the defensive everywhere. And please no more nonsense about the blood of patriots and the like. We need to wake up, stop the circular firing squads, and put some real political fear into our opponents and not simply make extremist fools out of ourselves.

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    1. From this moment forward I vote with my guns. And that is not extremism. It is what our founding fathers did.

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    2. You complain about circular firing squads as you organize one. Bang.

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  22. At this point I am all for a Muslim terrorist with a rogue nuke in DC.

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  23. Parler has been deplatformed.
    Don, please back up your Google owned blogspot blog and be ready to move.

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  24. Y'all were warned when the GOP tanked throwing Goldwater under the bus. Phyllis Schlafly wrote about it in chapter 8 "The Big Steal" from her legendary book , A Choice Not an Echo. You didn't listen.

    Then you chose Bush, McCain, and disgustingly Romney over Ron Paul in 2012. Paul showed Trump he could win despite the censorship Paul faced since Trump had celebrity status.

    In 2012 Ron Paul dominated social media traffic. I checked it frequently. He was right up there, traffic wise, with Obama. But the media and RNC stopped him cold. No other candidate had inspired so many thousands of kids on college campuses like he did I was shocked.

    Now without the Trump voting bloc the GOP will never win another election. So despite taking 50 years to see thru national politics for the rigged game it is, the social revolution has arrived.

    And the ruling class is in desperation mode. Read Angelo Codevilla for updates on them.

    Buckle up!

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  25. FWIW All of the people killed at the Capitol were Trump supporters.

    What did they see?

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  26. Don't see any mention of the Supreme court in general and John Roberts specifically.
    They look so good then seem to drift to liberal. Never remember a liberal drifting to conservative. Long live Clarence!! Please!!

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  27. Well hell just ask me next time... Pretty fucking obvious.

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  28. It would take far less time to list the patriots rather than the traitors. My Senators, Sasse and Fischer are traitors. I hate Sasse far more than Fischer, although hatred is too mild. Fischer is merely worthless, Sasse is dangerous and destructive. It amuses me he thinks he will run for pres. He couldn't win dog catcher in Nebraska now. No one liked him much before his treason and they absolutely hate him now.

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  30. Advice for the Never Trumpers: Useful Idiots soon become Useless Idiots

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  31. And don't forget the SOB Gingrich who, after promising EVERYTHING to the religious right in 1994, through us under the bus and never gave ANYTHING! Which made me never vote Republican till 2016......I will never vote for the SOB loser reflublicans again...unless they are Trumpian Republicans

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  32. Virtually every member of FOX News and many from FOX Business. Now persona non grata after faithful viewing for 20+ years.

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  33. They fooled us and fleeced us and laugh in our faces. In Kevin D. Williamson's gawdawful, "The Father Fuhrer" piece, National Review called us Nazis for crying out loud. I dumped Nat.Rvu. in 2015, Buncha losers.

    As for the GOP, I calls them the Go Along To Get Along With The damned Dem Party.

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  34. David French. Matt Drudge Stephen Hates.

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  36. Newsmax, Bannon, Limbaugh, and Levin. Limbaugh and Levin because they created a new term just to describe their content, #batteredconservativesyndrome

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  37. If you remember, even George W Bush saw thru "The Arnold" with deafening silence as the conservatives jumped on that secular bullshitter. Da Choppah!

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  38. Conservatives=slowest learners alive! They adore their government schools and the pledge of allegiance. Which means they love having government teach their kids how to think about life and what to think about politicians the gods we see on our dollar bills.

    So they believed everything they were told to believe. They trusted the people they were told to trust. When they wrote their senator they called him "the honorable so and so".

    Since they almost never read non fiction books or primary sources about American history they knew not the myths they were taught. They couldn't distinguish propaganda from fact. Lincoln and the Roosevelts being the prime time representatives of public school myths.

    Until Trump that is. His greatest accomplishment was giving those poor souls some smelling salts to awaken them from their life long slumber. A social revolution is here unseen since 1861 or 1776.

    Methinks they won't be fooled again.

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    1. So I ask: how many of you slow learners are still letting your kids pledge allegiance to the Mafia in Congress and to the Presidency? That's who "the flag" represents. Politicians.

      My guess: 99% of you. So 5 days a week you pledge to politicians and one day a week you make another pledge on Sunday.

      Seems schizophrenic to me.

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  39. It's all well and good to go for YET ANOTHER round of name the RINO, but the truth is that ultimately the blame is on rank-and-file conservatives and Republicans. You get what you tolerate. Republican voters have demanded almost nothing from their legislators and almost nothing is what they have gotten. As a result the Republican party is not a political party, it's just a lobby outfit for the Chamber of Commerce. That's where the money is. Their job is to bargain with their Democrat erstwhile opponents and the leftist cultural establishment for deals for the donor class. The chip they have to bargain with is suppression of the interests and desires of their own voters, and they've come to bitterly resent any efforts by those voters that interferes with "business." Thus a plethora of traitors and RINOs.

    There's something even deeper than that. The majority of rank-and-file conservatives, including the majority of the white ones, believe in the basic white-hating tenets of the political left (and white-hating racism defines the modern political left) they just believe they can somehow thwart the logical conclusion of supporting those beliefs. (If they don't actually support it they are psychologically incapable, paralyzed by fear, of opposing it, battered housewife/Stockholm syndrome style.) In short, you buy the basic premise of multiculturalism/mass immigration you buy the inevitable results, and that's what you're seeing now. The new population isn't going to keep the heroes, laws, and traditions of the old, that's just a historical reality. That's why the statues are coming down.

    Spengler and others have shown that once a nation becomes this level of decadent it almost never comes back.

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  40. I would love to see DeSantis run in 2024. The anti-Cuomo has a great track record, especially dealing with the Wuhan.

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  41. We all need to stop dissecting what's happened and start figuring out how we're going to kill communists.

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