But before we get to Christie, let’s just recap the last few months.
The establishment GOP party refused to support Republican Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia. Establishment class Mitch McConnell and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Tom Donohue, announce their three priorities:
- Full implementation of ObamaCare without removal.
- Amnesty for Illegal Aliens wrapped in “Comprehensive Immigration Reform”.
- Full implementation of Common Core federal control over education.
McConnell, the CoC and NRSC then formulate the plan. The CoC then publicizes the fact they will not support any primary challenges against establishment incumbents. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul decide to go along with the CoC objectives and stay out of any race with incumbents.
Political Pundit, and GOP Establishment “Bag Man”, Karl Rove, then lies about his SuperPac support – also for Thad Cochran. Rove said they would not contribute to the primary runoff – then sent $50,000 and tried to hide it.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee then funds racist attack ads in Mississippi against conservative candidate, Republican Chris McDaniel. Ted Cruz happens to be the Vice Chair of the NRSC. Then GOP lead dog Mitch McConnell holds a fundraiser to support Thad Cochran against Chris McDaniel and then sends money to former RGA head Haley Barbour to use, through Barbour’s SuperPac, and buy Democrat voters to support Cochran. They turn to former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for additional financial support.
GOP enabler, media pundit and rabid Chris Christie supporter, Ann Coulter, then attacks anyone in Mississippi who outlines the fraud within the Republican elites. She is quickly aided in her marginalization efforts by Tucker Carlson.
Now you have New Jersey “Republican” Governor, and head of the current Republican Governors Association, Chris Christie, telling the Republican Governor candidate in New York, Conservative Rob Astorino, that he will not get any support from the RGA to challenge Democrat Candidate Andrew Cuomo.
This coincides with establishment favorite Jeb Bush saying the border crisis must be used to get amnesty accomplished; and both John McCain and Lyndsey Graham espousing the same opinion while advocating to give President Obama his full $3.7 billion supplemental budget request toward that end.
Tell me again what the difference is between the “establishment GOP” and the Democrats? Because I’m certainly not seeing one.