Judas Chaffetz Announces His Bid For Speaker of The House….

Oh, if only Judas Chaffetz could re-write history; perhaps then an electorate could ignore the fact we have Senator Orin Hatch because Representative Judas Chaffetz took Tom Donohue’s 2011 Chamber of Commerce bribery money and agreed not to challenge Hatch in Utah’s 2012 primary (state delegate convention, not election).

tom donohueJason Chaffetz

In addition to significant amounts of cash, Chaffetz was also promised establishment perks, a House GOP leadership position, and key chairmanship in exchange for his collaboration.

Now Judas wishes to rise in defense of a common sense constitutional electorate which he previously betrayed.

Watching these weasels attempt to twist/morph themselves back into that which they previously turned away from is a transparent exhibition in shallow self-preservation.


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76 Responses to Judas Chaffetz Announces His Bid For Speaker of The House….

  1. hocuspocus13 says:

    Is there any Politician worthy enough and honest enough to be Speaker?


  2. tychesd says:

    Chaffetz weak on immigration. Best person who actually is running for Speaker is Daniel Webster of Florida. https://www.numbersusa.com/content/my/congress/9674/gradescoresheet We should lobby for him.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Col.(R) Ken says:

    Thank you Sundance, I was unaware of this Judas.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. stringy theory says:

    Chaffetz has passed himself off as a conservative, but this article and many other things I’ve seen clearly paint him as a GOPe boot-licker. He took “pieces of gold,” just as Sundance states, to keep the idiot Hatch in the Senate, when he should have been sent packing. We don’t need Chaffetz as SOTH. The real conservatives should demand one of their own be named.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. charliewalksonwater says:

    What would happen if Trump picked out one and endorsed him publically?

    Liked by 1 person

  6. tychesd says:

    I don’t know who would be good at Speaker. Maybe Sundance has some ideas. But I doubt it will matter who runs.


    • sundance says:

      My top picks are:

      Former Senator Jim DeMint (SC)
      Current Representative Jim Jordan (OH)
      Current Representative Dave Brat (VA)
      Former Governor Mitch Daniels (Indiana)

      In that order.

      Everyone else is a fibber.

      Liked by 2 people

      • winky says:

        Have always Liked Jim De Mint and wondered why he never ran for President


        • yankeeintx says:

          He feels that the work he is doing with Heritage is very important, and the pay is better too. I wonder what difference it would have made if Mitt had chosen him as a running mate?

          Liked by 1 person

        • PatriotKate says:

          Demint was too decent to run for President. Seemed he preferred to be out of the limelight. Good guy.

          I like Jim Jordan of the list above. He’s the strongest and most experienced. It needs to be someone strong enough to pass legislation and dare O to veto it. That’s why Gingrich was so effective. If memory serves me correctly, they passed seven Welfare Reform bills before they put one on Clinton’s desk that he would sign. That’s how it works.


      • tychesd says:

        Dave Brat is AWESOME on immigration. I donated small amount to his campaign against Cantor. Jordan appears to be decent on immigration too. But if he’s a Ryan type, that means he’s not.

        Daniels and DeMint couldn’t run because they’d have to win a House seat first.


      • BitterC says:

        A year or 2 ago I watched some Congressional hearings (Benghazi?) on C-Span. Raul Labrador impressed me.
        Am also a Gingrich fan 🙂


  7. beaujest says:

    I have had enough of the Mormon elected officials ,Reid,Hatch,Flake to name a few !


    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Utah sent Mia Love who is a remarkable person. Republican, daughter of Haitian Immigrants and a powerful pro-life advocate. Chris Stewart is our congressman from Southern Utah:

      “Christopher Douglas “Chris” Stewart (born July 15, 1960) is an American author, businessman, and politician known for his bestsellers Seven Miracles That Saved America and The Miracle of Freedom: Seven Tipping Points That Saved the World. He currently represents Utah’s 2nd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.

      “Stewart graduated from Utah State University in 1984 before joining the United States Air Force. During his time in the Air Force, Stewart set three world speed records including the fastest nonstop flight around the world.[2] After his service, Stewart began writing novels and became the President and CEO of the Shipley Group. His New York Times bestsellers, Seven Miracles That Saved America and The Miracle of Freedom were published on October 14, 2009[3] and June 3, 2011.[4] He formally announced his candidacy for Congress on December 6, 2011.”

      “Stewart was born in Logan, Utah, and grew up on a dairy farm in Cache Valley, an agricultural valley of northern Utah and southeastern Idaho. His father was a retired Air Force Pilot and teacher. His mother, Sybil S. Stewart, was a full-time homemaker and was recognized as the Utah Mother of the Year in 1996.”

      Read more….



      • zephyrbreeze says:

        Samples of legislation he has sponsored are listed at that link, and are very conservative. In general, other Mormons look askance at Harry Reid who joined the LDS church (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) when his girlfriend said she would only marry a Mormon. His tone, temperament and tactics, seem very strange and counter-productive to the average Mormon. Ted Cruz seems more like a typical Mormon, although he’s not.

        Liked by 1 person

      • dizzymissl says:

        Mia Love supported Boehner


        • Yes. She’s made some other mainstream moves, too. I forget what they were, but I remember remarking upon it. But then, I should talk. The only R in Oregon is Greg Walden and those are his only votes. We used to have 3 and now we’re down to 1 R. The mainstream Rs in this state are dreadful! Couldn’t get a governor elected if their careers depended upon it. These are the pragmatists of whom I have spoken (caustically) on these threads.


        • And one of the first things she did in DC was join the Congressional Black Caucus, something which she had swore she wanted to oppose. She’s another black phony, IMO.

          Liked by 2 people

          • zephyrbreeze says:

            She joined them to make a point, that a conservative had just as much right to be part of the black caucus as leftists.

            Liked by 1 person

          • bob e says:

            after all the effort everyone put behind her , she performed a perfect bait & switch.
            the black caucus. all black politicians are concerned about, are blacks, bling &
            gettin’ over on whitey. to ask them to represent the electorate rather than
            black interests is a pipe dream ..


      • parallax says:

        Both Stewart and Love have a 62% (D) voting record of defending the Constitution.

        In other words, they both suck.


  8. Mentalist says:

    Chaffetz was one of Boehner’s henchmen – he was the one who stripped Mark Meadows of his chairmanship when he dared vote against a party-line procedural vote on the TPA, only to return him after facing criticism from conservatives.


    He’s not a person to be trusted in my opinion.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Melski says:

    I totally agree with your assesmat of Judas Chaffetz. He is my congressman and when alectd was a true conservative. Within two years he sold his soul to the GOPe. I wrote him many times regarding his votes which were against conservative principels. His responses were stupid form letters which did not even address the issues. I finally wrote him and told him I was now going to work to get him defeated as he was a traitor to his and our conservative principles. He is a full fledged Judas! His reward was a committe chairmanship.

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  10. Dixie says:

    What about Jim Jordan?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Polish Rifle says:

    Chaffetz or McCarthy? I’ll take Chaffetz. He has nice hair too.


  12. Doodahdaze says:

    Another RINO. Phfffft.


  13. winky says:

    Michelle Bachmann?

    Liked by 1 person

    • smiley says:

      winky, I have always liked her a lot.
      she’s a strong patriot with a solid grasp of what’s going on.
      and she takes a stand, even when its not popular or PC.


  14. winky says:

    This Tom Donohue is such a very bad guy…..what can we do about a guy like him buying elections


  15. TheTorch says:

    You know a part of me hopes McCarthy gets it.

    For this reason – it would show the establishment has learned absolutely nothing and it is just business as usual. That would inflame the base even more than it is now, and it is already having Cold Anger!

    Outsiders would likely poll even better!

    After all with McConnell still in the Senate and King Barack in the Whitehouse, there won’t be much of a conservative agenda getting through anyway!

    I know it is a perverse way of looking at it, but just wondering…


    • winky says:

      Does not matter what they have to say about Trump…..I believe in him and I believe he will do as he says…..I believe his supporter feel the same way…….they do not get it.


  16. crazy says:

    He’s in to split the anti-McCarthy vote and as a fallback if the conference won’t support McCarthy.


    • Mark Levin totally destroyed that argument Friday. It was hilarious listening to callers who had no CLUE what Levin was talking about. ParlyPro and Inside the Beltway are REAL!!
      Re: split the anti-MCarthy vote – Levin said the anti-McCarthy vote for Webster wasn’t enough to beat McC to start with, so why would you need another candidate? Far too subtle for most of his listeners.


  17. peachteachr says:

    So the only thing Chaffetz has going for him is that the FBI was willing to dirty him up?


  18. Doodahdaze says:

    This is good. They are fighting for votes. The margin of fraud is only a few percent. Let the battle begin!


  19. Carol says:

    I didn’t know this, thank you!
    I did know he’s one of Boehner’s henchmen & took committee assignment away from Mark Meadows.


  20. Jett Black says:

    Anyone who wants to come over from the dark uniparty side, must confess their sins publicly and repent by repudiating the control of the CoC and the establishment party. Then they must affirmatively state that they will, henceforth, not stray from the strict words of the Constitution and laws of the U.S.A., as they stood prior to the usurpations from 2001 onward and especially since 2008. A firm commitment to producing a timely, detailed and workable budget would also be paramount. There is one way to salvation for eternity. The Constitution is the one way to salvation for government.


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