What happened Wednesday will be used by the people taking power to justify stripping you of the rights you were born with as an American: Your right to speak without being censored, your right to assemble, to not be spied upon, to make a living, and to defend your family. — Tucker Carlsonh
Yesterday Capitol Hill police murdered an unarmed peaceful protester engaging in her Constitutional right to protest. They stood down all summer while Antifa and BLM terrorist groups rampaged through cities across America. These weren’t the first shots though. The first shots were when Democrat James Hodgkinson fired on a group of Republican congresscritters at a charity baseball game seriously wounding Republican Steve Scalise. in 2017.
Yesterday we saw the so-called “Uniparty” – the professional politicians of both major parties who work together to ensure that the country is run according to their whims (or, rather, the whims of those who control them) – in action. Every politician, Republican or Democrat, who voted to confirm Joe Biden as our next President was deliberately denying – and defying – an overwhelming mountain of evidence that the Democratic Party stole the election from President Trump. Every one of them is complicit in electoral fraud. Every one of them must be held accountable for that.
The Republic is dead. Time for some real ‘resistance.’
Source: Yesterday, the first shots were fired in the Third Battle of Fort Sumter
Massie continued. “And then I ask the liberals who want the federal government involved, I say: Do you really want President Trump deciding what or how your children should learn?” the congressman said. “And so now you have got a situation where the left has to advocate for President Trump controlling the education of their children if they want to keep the Department of Education.”
My question is: Why wasn’t this introduced two years ago when the Republicans ran the House, the Senate, and the Presidency? This is just another RINO attempt to fool the base into thinking that the RINOs are conservatives who support the Constitution. Notice they always introduce these bills when there is no chance of them passing.
Source: Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Shut U.S. Department of Education
Every single day begins with them forgetting that the progressive political ops center has tricked and used them every single day of the last two years.
At some point, it has to be recognized that no one, no matter how stupid, can be “tricked” by the same trick every single fucking day.
At some point, it has to be recognized that these people are not being “Tricked” at all, but are knowing collaborators with the progressive political operations machine.
This is in reference to ‘RINOs’ like John McStain, and Jeff the Flake, just to name two…
Source: Open Thread and a Rant
John McCain has a long history of colluding with enemies of the United States… first the North Vietnamese, now the Democrats:
McCain had a unique POW experience. Initially, he was taken to the infamous Hanoi Hilton prison camp, where he was interrogated. By McCain’s own account, after three or four days, he cracked. He promised his Vietnamese captors, “I’ll give you military information if you will take me to the hospital.”
Source: ‘Songbird’ McCain: The evidence – in his own words, his fellow veterans, and his captors – Conservative News & Right Wing News | Gun Laws & Rights News Site : Conservative News & Right Wing News | Gun Laws & Rights News Site
But there is no Republican part of the Bible. Or Democratic. There are only those who adhere to the Bible and those who reject it.
Source: Don Surber: Politico discovers “the Most Republican Part of the Bible”
There’s an old joke about a boy who complains to his mother that his little sister keeps pulling his hair.
“Oh,” responds the mother, “she doesn’t know that it hurts.”
A few minutes later, the mother hears the girl scream and runs into the other room. “She knows now,” the boy explains.
There’s a lesson for Republicans in that old joke, if they’re smart enough to absorb it.
Source: Vox Popoli: Pull some hair
Thought you might like to know.