Sunday Talks: Roy Blunt Discusses Kavanaugh Consequences…

Yikes, Roy Blunt?… A notorious member of the Shameful Seven?…. Appearing on Maria Bartiromo?… to talk about Kavanaugh.   Something very sketchy is afoot.

It could be the Decepticons are positioning to join MAGA; or it could be something far more Machiavellian.  Decepticons don’t join, they corrupt – ask the Tea Party how that attempted hand-holding worked out.   This sniffs like a full Castellanos.

…I’ll fight alongside em’, but I’m eating my lunch on a rock way over there…. and sleeping with one eye-open… and a hair-trigger under muh pillow.  Just sayin’…

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138 Responses to Sunday Talks: Roy Blunt Discusses Kavanaugh Consequences…

  1. booger71 says:

    Blunt is one of my senators..I have been voting to primary him forever. He has got a big time K Street job waiting for him like the rest of his family already has. Not bad for a guy who started out as a high school teacher

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Hope FBI is on to him to see how dirty he is or not.

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      • Let's Roll says:

        Same is same. RINOs want same power the Dems are spitting mad about losing.

        And the ultimate losers, without Super Plunger President Trump playing the pieces, are we the people.

        President Art of The Deal Trump will get we the people the best deal, the best for our country

        But We Must Vote

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        • Let's Roll says:

          PS: Very Smart President Trump holds his cards close. Many wondering just how huge a hand President Trump is holding. Truth.

          Remember when he fired Comey. Comey was on the other side of the country. And Comey’s office with computers/documents went on lockdown – to be retrieved by the President’s people.

          “…complicated business. Everyone, this is complicated business.”

          h/t Happy Warrior President Donald J Trump

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      • So we still look to the fake bi why?

        Sorry, it needs to be eradicated imo, or cleared damn near completely out and staffed with accountable MAGA persons. Stat.

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        • kiskiminetas says:

          THC those who have feuded it for their own nefarious purposes and gain (Globalists/CoC) must be shut off. Plants will not grow without sun, water and good soil. Bamboo is an extremely evasive member of the grass family. The best ways to eradicate it is to deprive it from sun, rain, and air. Their money has to be shut off, their nefarious, corrupt, anti-American way of government must be dealt with and they themselves must be removed from power.

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      • Newton Love says:

        Since Roy Blunt is (R) and Makasgill is (D) (and about to voted out of office) I believe that the FBI will love to investigate (R) Blunt without mercy, for the offense of being (R).

        If Blunt were (D), the FBI would do an “HQS” investigation like they did for HRC, and sweep even that under the rug.

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  2. Payday says:

    Or maybe he’s just speaking the truth. Maybe they have finally just woken up. The power of PDJT.

    Liked by 1 person

    • annieoakley says:

      Maybe.

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    • Darren says:

      Doubt it. They have NOT woken up. They may be using the MAGA movement to advance themselves, but they are NOT on board. It is just like the Reagan movement. The George Bush part of the party couldn’t wait to get him on the plane out of DC so they could run on his name and remold the party.

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      • sat0422 says:

        A background into why and how H.W. Bush Sr. opposed Reagan would be helpful. Many do not know that he was not only a NWO soldier but was solid against the “war on drugs.” Then along comes Bill Clinton. The history between HWB and Billy Clinton is interesting also. He needed Clinton to help with a Savings and Loan mess he was in and Clinton didn’t disappoint. Many wonder why Clinton is considered a son or family member.

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    • Janie M. says:

      Nah, Payday, he knows which side of his bread is buttered on. His metoo moment.

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    • Rami says:

      It’s easy to ride PDJT’s coattails when the RINO’s want to. The “we did this” just because they have an R is amusing to those of us really watching and WE know who they are.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I actually agree with you! I was listening closely based on what Sundance had to say. There wasn’t anything that jumped out at me that was concerning. He was right about describing the POS Democrats. He said that our base is energized and it he was very happy about it since historically the Party that has the Presidency doesn’t do well in the midterm elections. He also talked about how much the Congress has accomplished and he had good things to say about our President getting trade deals done.

      All in all it was a good interview!

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      • auntiefran413 says:

        He’s been doing “good interviews” for years. Check his voting record. He’s one of y Senators, too. He’s Deep Swamp Rino through and through. I really hope his name is on one of those 50,000+ sealed indictments.

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      • GB Bari says:

        Flep – maybe I am reading too much into what he said near the end (because of Sundance’s expressed concern / uncertainty). But it pricked up my ears…

        Go to 6:55 (or slide back a bit earlier to hear the setup by Maria) in the video and see where Blunt is spending a message to the president (IMO) when he says that the

        president is beginning to appreciate in ways that he might not have before how important it is that you support the people that support you and work with them and give them an opportunity to get things done.

        To me that sounds like Blunt trying to put some “good ol’ boy” subtle pressure on PDJT. I just don’t know.

        Just as a check, I did find out that, according to this website, Blunt seems to be in line with PDJT on illegal immigration.
        Ref. http://www.ontheissues.org/International/Roy_Blunt_Immigration.htm

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Good catch! I thought about that and can see how you could make that argument. I also agree that our President is using a different approach with Republicans. He absolutely wanted to fight for the Wall now but decided to go along with their reasoning.

          In retrospect, it was the right decision given the fact that the Democrats have showed the country how crazy they really are.

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    • Colorado Conservative says:

      Several GOPers on the Senate Judiciary Committee received calls from GW and HW Bush. Then they agreed to move forward with Kavanaugh. My guess is they did for the Bushes NOT because they support President Trump.

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      • LEET says:

        Colorado conservative:
        If true, that right there is really disconcerting. If the Bushs were involved……🤔🤨

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      • sat0422 says:

        It is the Bush family that needs to realign and forget. They need to admit that Jeb was not up to the job just because he is married to a Hispanic and just because his last name is Bush. Thank God PDJT showed them that there is another way to do business in DC.
        They, being GHW and his wife even voted for Hillary!!!!!!!!
        They made fools of their entire family when they didn’t even show up at the convention.
        But, I do thank them for helping swing the Kavanaugh vote but that’s not enough. They need to thank PDJT for MAGA.

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        • LEET says:

          SAT0422:

          My point is….. If the Bush’s were involved in getting Kavanaugh on the SCOTUS, then I don’t believe Kavanaugh is going to be a good judge for American sovereignty. He will be another Kennedy or Roberts or maybe a little worse. BUT DEFINITELY NOT a Scalia replacement.

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    • Ask, “Where were you when we needed you?”

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  3. litlbit2 says:

    November 2018, remember the swamp is still the swamp. Time for the to go, we need honest, moral God fearing folks to work for us and assist President to turn MAGA on steroids.

    Would like to see each never trump individual on a rail with tar makeup and a dose of feathers walking home got their ride to Gitmo…..yesterday is to late. Step it up?

    Massive November as asked by POTUS, our turn.

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    • mugzey302 says:

      Rosenstein gets his a*s set on fire this week. Yippee!!

      Liked by 8 people

      • litlbit2 says:

        Probably not, just warm up.
        FYI, hard to BBQ frozen meat, thaw it out…..oh my!👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸

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      • Pasta Luvin Fool says:

        I know these people are both smart and cunning, and I STILL believe they are not to be trusted. That said, Trump KNOWS ALL at this point. If anyone thinks that it was only the (D) Party who was in on the “soft coup” against President Trump, I’ve got a bridge to sell ya!

        I think it’s ALSO Important to realize that the (R) Party was out in FULL FORCE before the Brett Kavanaugh BS even started. Heck, the reason the UNI-Party failed at undermining his nomination IS because the (R) Party is out in FULL FORCE. It has Nothing to do with Collins, she was simply responding to the feedback she was getting from her constituency!..The vote was 50-48 and 1 (R) Senator was at his daughter’s wedding. Collins did not save the day!

        Personally, I think Trump was dealt a Royal Flush when he became knowledgeable of everyone who was involved in the soft coup, and if Anyone knows how to play his hand to his benefit and use his leverage to his advantage, it’s President Donald J Trump!

        I think things will only get better and better for the country under Trump, but I do expect that Trump will “negotiate” some things that his MAGA base may not fully want at times.

        It’s Important to keep the illusion of discourse).

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    • This movement needs to produce senate primary upsets to change the Republican Party. These long-time senators really need to go especially if they are in leadership.

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    • I agree litlbit2.

      The swamp is and always will be the swamp.

      As Suspicious Cat says we may fight along side them but we sleep with one eye open and a hair trigger under our pillows.

      My Senator, Corey Gardner has said that his wife has received a video of a beheading after he voted yes on Kavanaough.

      This is horrible and I hope they can find out who did this and prosecute.

      My sympathy to Gardner’s wife, but I will always remember that Gardner was one of the “Sea Island Georgia” participants with the RINOs and others who thought they could somehow end Pres Trumps ( and ours) 2016 victory.

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      • litlbit2 says:

        Agree, it has been along time, if ever. That anyone in any of the Justice Departments or courts did much for character assignation or preserving historic monuments for the folks. Until yesterday what ever offended the latest nut job, Muslim, minorities, it has been eliminated. Just as you can not compromise with the DNC, GOPe, MSM etc they must be defeated. Romney included at every turn. Karma is their future, God’s speed.

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      • sat0422 says:

        Well, we have a suspect. She like to do crap like that and I figure she is like a serial killer. It doesn’t matter which party is involved. Check her out! She did it once, she will do it again.

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    • I learned it as “NeverTrump”, not “never Trump”. The latter separates the two words too far for my taste.

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  4. Katherine McCoun says:

    Seems to me they are operating on the “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em…and then beat them!”

    Who is getting all the glory for Kavanaugh? Sen Graham is heading all the memes. Mitchel and Grassley are gettinggrassroots glory too.

    Now, Graham is going on the campaign trail?

    Seems like they are going to join the MAGA team long enough to a) get re elected (which Graham mentioned in his interview this am), b) take or at least dilute the spot light and grassroots loyalty from President Trump by fighting and Winning Trump style (see Graham, Grassley and Pence over the last several days), c) regain leadership over MAGA and Trump voters.

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  5. appadoo9 says:

    yeah, let’s shun graham, hatch, mcconnell, cruz, gowdey, collens, blunt, many etc.s, standing with President Trump

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  6. CaptainNonno says:

    I’ve heard a number of Senators complain how difficult it is to get personnel approved. So why are they blocking recess appointments? Only takes ONE Senator to not agree but no one steps up! If there’s a good reason, McConnell needs to tell us.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. NC Nana says:

    I’m eating my lunch on a rock way over there too. I’ll think about the rest.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. Rex says:

    Guarantee you they are up to something.
    (but you already know that)

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Pasaran says:

    I waste my day to do this, but I love so much maps and elections ^^

    senate :

    house :

    governors :

    (I don’t know if I stayed careful or became too optimistic with the Kavanaugh effect, well, we’ll see)

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    • rumpole2 says:

      It all depends on turnout/enthusiasm on the day.

      It is impossible to get realistic poll numbers, and to be fair it’s increasingly hard (impossible) to get a representative poll sample of who will actually vote.

      Liked by 2 people

      • mugzey302 says:

        Uh, polls? Like The 2016 polls? Don’t trust them anymore than I trust CNN, NYT, MSNBC.

        Liked by 5 people

        • rumpole2 says:

          Yeah I know. Which is a shame. I’d like to get genuine data.

          Some TRY I think, but some are deliberately biased.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Akindole says:

            Find internal polls.
            See below.

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          • Deb says:

            The LA Times poll had the best turnout model in 2016, of all the polls it was the most accurate.

            Liked by 1 person

            • rumpole2 says:

              I agree, but I dont see an LA Times poll for midterms

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              • Electra says:

                The LA Times poll (technically the USC Dornsife Poll) released a mid-term election report on September 26: https://dornsife.usc.edu/center-for-political-future/poll/ Click on “Methodology and Topline” to see the detailed poll results.* You can see that Dornsife predicts all doom and disaster for Republicans, but keep in mind, this poll was done at the height of the Blasey-Ford hysteria. Also, remember that the Dornsife Poll predicted Hillary would win in 2016.

                *As an interesting aside, notice in the poll results, on page 8, there are three polling questions concerning the public’s view of the press, and how the public feels about Trump’s “Enemy of the People” moniker for the press. The poll administrators have basically redacted those results. They write: “DATA EMBARGOED FOR FUTURE RELEASE.” Maybe they found the results a bit embarrassing for their LA Times sponsors.😄

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        • stablesort says:

          Who do you prefer for President: Clinton or Bernie? — Neither.
          You have to pick one of the two — Neither; I guess I can’t answer this question

          So the question goes unanswered and the poll reports that Clinton and Bernie are the favorites. Most polls are more subtle than this and I could see where people answering questions in ways that contradict their actual opinions.

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      • Electra says:

        There’s going to be lots of early voting starting soon–lots of cold Republican anger just itching to boil over (to mix a metaphor).

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    • rumpole2 says:

      The entertainment value of election night results is how sad it makes MSM pundits 🙂

      Crying is so funny… and screaming Dim voters.

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    • Akindole says:

      TIP: Follow [ Florida Guy @floridaguy267 ] on twatter.

      Just read his stuff.
      Filter the stuff he presents.
      Don’t ask for his recipes.

      Carry on.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      The Oregon Gubernatorial race is actually very competitive right now. If the SJW in Portland remain in their fetal positions from yesterday and forget to vote, we might have a shot.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Amy2 says:

      You spent all day to make me feel better! Thanks!

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  10. rumpole2 says:

    I really think DIMS have crossed a line. They have shown themselves to be disgusting and way outside the norms of American values etc. Trump was seen to be a bit outside norms, but now in comparison to Radical DIMS he is way closer to acceptable… even to pearl-clutching GOPe

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    • rumpole2 says:

      DIMS are all-in for the loony left constituency as their base, and that may in time be a large enough chunk of voters to give power to the DIMS.. but I dont think USA is at that point yet.

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  11. Tl Howard says:

    Usually when folks act this way in other walks of life, it’s because they’ve gotten wind of some “knowledge” that other folks have that could do them in should they wish to do so. Perhaps some Senators feel the POTUS has a lot of valuable info?

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  12. alliwantissometruth says:

    Scumbags never stop being scumbags. It’s who & what they are

    You don’t make a career out of stabbing America in the back for personal gain & then suddenly change into a patriot

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  13. Howie says:

    We have 5 to 4. If Ginsbuzzard Kaks out 5 to 3. Either way a winner. No replacement needed. This is why the Radical democrats are in such a tizzy. Ginsbuzzard or Bryer Kak…no diff. They are irrelevant. Trump wins again. 5 to 3 or 6 to 4 no diff.

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  14. CopperTop says:

    I think NK is about to denuke…all deceptions are attempting to set themselves up as MAGA in as many columns as possible before that actually begins.

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  15. CopperTop says:

    PS: Click on the Full Castellanos link in SD essay above. Any newbies out here need to enjoy the look how far back the Treehouse understood what MAGA was up against.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Click on the Full Castellanos link in SD essay above.”

      WOW. You have that right. From the link:

      “The Washington DC class of Republicans will stop at nothing to insure they remain in power.”

      ” […] The best way to [remove Donald Trump] is how Brutus killed Caesar. Get real close, snuggle up, and shiv him in the ribs.”…

      “And yet, vast swaths of the electorate think it’s a good idea for candidate Donald Trump to pledge allegiance to this same crew ?”

      The “Swamp” views PDJT as merely a 4 or 8 year aberration to be endured until they can get back to “business as usual”.

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  16. Maquis says:

    At the end Blunt says that he thinks that “the President himself is beginning to appreciate the importance of supporting those who support him and get things done.”
    WTFFFFF?
    Weasel words. Sounds like he’s trying to weasel his way into influencing PDJT, as well as diminish the reality that PDJT is very generous with recgnition and appreciation, perhaps this is the introduction of a new strain of Anti-Trump-ism.

    In the all-too-mortal words of General Ackbar, “It’s a trap!”

    GBPDJT
    🇺🇸

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  17. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “ask the Tea Party how that attempted hand-holding worked out.”

    The same thing happened when evangelist Billy Graham compromised and joined up with the “modernists” back in the 1960’s -70’s for the sake of “numbers”. The message became diluted and watered down.

    1Corinthians 5:6 Your glorying is not good. Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump?

    Galatians 5:9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.

    1Kings 11:1 But king Solomon loved many strange women, together with the daughter of Pharaoh, women of the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Zidonians, and Hittites;
    2 Of the nations concerning which the LORD said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall not go in to them, neither shall they come in unto you: for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods: Solomon clave unto these in love.

    3 And he had seven hundred wives, princesses, and three hundred concubines: and his wives turned away his heart.
    4 For it came to pass, when Solomon was old, that his wives turned away his heart after other gods: and his heart was not perfect with the LORD his God, as was the heart of David his father.

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  18. Minnie says:

    Excuse the segue.

    Senator Grassley is correct – the resist-unce is abhorrent.

    We remain a Constitutional Republic.

    The leftard loons must accept that fact.

    Except, of course, the unhinged Dimms (Mad Max, Piglosi, et al) mind-control capability and Georgie’s vast wallet run deep.

    It falls on individual, ignorant citizens to wake up from their slumber.

    The time is ripe for a shake-up.

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  19. NC Mom says:

    For 7 loooooong years prior to my escape to NC I lived back in my home state of MO. I worked continually to PRIMARY this Judas sell out to the CofC corruptocrat! He is beneath contempt…DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE TRUST OL’ ROY! His anti-tea party antics were outrageous and shocking.

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    • talkaftercarefulthought says:

      IMHO St. Louis and Kansas City (mo) are inherently democratic cities in a state of Republicans.. it seems chameleons in Missouri consistently understand this and run as one and legislate as the other. Others rely on the densely populated two cities to run as Democrats and openly defecate on their opposing constituents (Don’t make me use my mother’s voice, McCaskill) We have our Trump and icing on the cake would be the day we get a real republican representative as well!

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  20. Super Elite says:

    Indeed, FIX BAYONETS !

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  21. tvollrath66 says:

    Hopefully they seen the true evil of the otherside. I dont trust them. I have seen the president turn many to his side though. Best to eat away from them, least you get bit.

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  22. andyocoregon says:

    The Dummycrats have adopted the philosophy that The End Justifies The Means. That only works in the short term and almost always backfires.

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  23. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    ” and a hair-trigger under muh pillow. Just sayin’…”

    A double action revolver is much safer under a pillow. It is also much more reliable if circumstances dictate it be fired from under blankets, etc. because there is no possibility of jamming, like what could happen with a slide action pistol.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Good point. I prefer a double bbl. derringer, in my nightstand, with a GREAT safety. There’s somthing to be said for “old school, tried and TRUE”.

      And yeah, having watched a while boatload of Reagan Republicans, come up thru the ranks, AFTER Reagan, “I’ve seen this game before, my friend” and “we WON’T be FILLED again!”

      Remember always, Mcstain, Graham, Mitt, Kasich, Rubio,….ALL initially called themselves “Reagan Republicans”.

      Ive been predicting since the election that we would see a while group of Republican politicians trying to emulate DJT.

      Judge by actions, not words. If they VOTE MAGA, without putting in poison pen or loophole amendments, I’ll certainly accept their ‘help’, but trust them? He’ll no, never.

      Vote for them, this one last time? I must, but PRIMARY, PRIMARY, PRIMARY the barstuds OUT!

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    • Maquis says:

      A Double-Action Revolver, fired under bedding may not “jam,” but fabric can get between the hammer and firing pin, and “jam.”

      A Double-Action-Only Revolver (DAO) has an internal hammer and cannot be fouled by bedding or the pocket of your favorite robe. For a Dead Simple firearm, a DAO revolver is hard to beat.

      Ammo Up!
      💀

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  24. Montri Chew says:

    I’m pretty sure that President Trump has been aware of the Decepticons for quite a while. It’s possible he’s been negotiating with them to come to a mutually beneficial arrangement under the new MAGA political paradigm. President Trump always try to arrange a win-win situation since that has the least cost. They should know better at this point than to try to double-cross him too 🙂

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “They should know better at this point than to try to double-cross him too”

      I would not count on that and I suspect our VSGPDJT feels the same way. He did not get this far being gullible and susceptible to deception.

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  25. Pam says:

    I gotta admit that as fun as it has been watching Lindsey Graham 2.0, watching Orrin Hatch fire back at these moonbats is pretty epic too. I hope, but not holding my breath, that some of these senators now understand what POTUS has had to put up with since he has been in office.

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    • cthulhu says:

      They understand well enough. They held back for caution — and, having now had a chance to observe the fates of those who haven’t, they’re now trying out that “saying MAGA stuff thingie.”

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  26. Raquel says:

    The only contradiction that I can think to the full Castellanos is the American electorate. We the people are getting more educated on the truth about both sides of the aisle. Perhaps the never-Trumpers and RINOS are starting to fear us and our effect on the ballot box.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the American electorate. We the people are getting more educated on the truth about both sides of the aisle.”

      They (the establishment Political class) NEVER cared about us the voters. We are just viewed as “useful idiots”. As long as the fake news MSM keeps spreading lies and not the truth, I foresee the “same old, same old” continuing, with soundbites of political lies being interjected like politicians have been doing forever to deceive the electorate into believing that they “see the light”.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Yes Raquel! And they SHOULD ‘fear us’, that’s the way it’s SUPPOSED to work.

      The parties figured out HOW to game the system, so they didn’t HAVE to fear the people.

      It’s not fear as in fear of doxing, or even fear of pitchforks (last resort).

      It’s like “fear of God”; do the RIGHT thing, every time, and you have no need to be “afraid” of God, or the people.

      But wo betide the miscreant who does wrong, figuring either God or the people won’t notice.

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  27. webgirlpdx says:

    Treeper: I know many have shared your angst with the alienation from loved ones because of the President. It truly is sad. I just wanted to give an update on my now 88-year-old mother, whom I’ve shared her evolution here in the past couple of years.

    She’s always been a staunch Republican, cried when Nixon resigned. The last election, because she was always a fan of the Bushies (weren’t we all) was in the JEB! corner — well, just because. Initially, she didn’t like DJT because she thought he was a bit crass. But as the election wore on (and he picked Pence) she warmed to him. I don’t think she understands the “Deep State” but does understand DC is corrupt.

    I remember at that time we both agreed on if nothing else, the most important factor was the SC selections that would be coming up. I even started hearing from her things like “He’s a good man”.
    (P45)

    Today, bringing her back from church and grocery shopping we talked about Justice Kavanaugh and how relieved at his confirmation yesterday. She shared how disgusted she is with the ‘evil’ democrats (and frustrated with my Dem uninformed Sister, and NeverTrump elitist, swampy brother) and the appalling treatment of he and his family.

    And then she said, “I am so PROUD of the President!”

    Yeah, Mom. She’s fully onboard and has earned her MAGA Hat.

    I don’t know if this has been shared today, but this reminded me of her:
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/10/video-trump-blows-kiss-to-95-year-old-grandma-at-topeka-rally-and-her-response-is-unforgettable/

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  28. Post 2024 they will twist and turn Trump’s words to fit their uni-party agenda

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    • President Trump is not going to leave office without being sure he is handing the torch to someone he trusts. These guys may think they are sidling up but POTUS is giving them the opportunity to make a smart choice. He is ready to do the “Mattis” on them if they attempt the Judas thing.

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  29. Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

    Roy is the wrong person to ask about civility. He knows a lot about incivility. Remember the Shameful Seven in MS. The GOP swamp rats (that don’t voluntarily leave) are in our sites as their terms end. Right?

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  30. Comrade Mope says:

    For years we have had to listen to how Mueller is a Republican. If the #NeverTrumpers want to get on board that’s fine. Mueller can resign and Trump can appoint a new person to oversee the Russia investigation. Mueller has a conflict of interest- he should resign. Otherwise this is all smoke and mirrors.

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  31. got243kids says:

    This falls under the “fool me once, fool me twice” category. I’ve seen first hand twice the methods of these snakes. Infiltrate, divide and neutralize. It’s their tactic and it works.

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  32. jeans2nd says:

    Something is not right with all these DeceptiCONS joining T Party Trumpublicans.
    Roy Blunt, Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell, Orrin Hatch, Rob Portman…smh

    don’t trust any of ’em further’n i can throw ’em
    you sure about allowing them into our foxhole?
    keep yer lunch close, away from the deceptiCONS

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Fingers cross that they are sincere. Will accept their help and be glad for it but I can believe it is 100% sincere and that they have changed. As long as they are on our side I will be glad. But if they become the focus and the media allows them to speak for us then they can change the message subtly redirect the agenda.

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      • Elizabeth Raynor Short says:

        We should verify before there’s any trust. Watch them for awhile. PDJT may have hold of them where it hurts. We’ll see. Let’s all keep watching.

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Jeans: The treatment of Justice Kav was so evil and disgusting that I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt that they have a sliver of decency in them to know how incredibly wrong it was….and way beyond their little political gamesmanship.

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  33. Katherine McCoun says:

    My loyalty is to President Trump, 100%, and others can come and go. Why? Because I am a Donald J. Trump “fan”? No! Because he has Earned my loyalty and respect over the last 3 yrs. He was the Only one talking about the issues and solutions of the MAGA platform. He promised and he is delivering — despite the DC swamp, both dems and RINOs. Nothing they do will let them replace him. Not sure what they are thinking. Cautiously optimistic but eyes wide open!

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Katherine: I would throw myself in front of a train (seriously) for this man because he is amazing beyond any words I’m capable of describing him. He believes in the America that we all grew up in, treasured and believe in.

      I look in the eyes of my three granddaughters every day and thank God for this Man and America I want them to live in and prosper in.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Preach it Katherine!!

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  34. MelH says:

    I’m confused, feel like I must have missed the important stuff, like how the heck Maria Bartiromo even knew to interview Roy Blunt. The Castellanos….never heard of them (or it). All day I’ve been feeling like finally we are flying free. Now I feel like it’s too bigga eat, wish i had stayed deaf, dumb and blind because what’s the point in knowing about massive corruption I can’t do a damned thing about. “Ignorance is bliss!” From the frying pan into the fire and back again and again and again.

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  35. milktrader says:

    I think Blunt already has a club that he belongs to, and it ain’t ours.

    Maybe he should just stay there.

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  36. Rex70 says:

    Hellooo…it’s Election Season. Decepticons want to ride the Trump Wave to stay in power. That is it. Then after the midterms, it’ll be full-on anti-Trumpism once again. I don’t buy it–but the President has his feet under him now; he knows they’re not be trusted but to use them right back. Politics…heh.

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  37. Luna says:

    Emailed Senator Grassley thanking him for working for We The People (he did a great job) and asking please punish people who created this circus or it WILL happen again. They also need to punish stalkers and those sending awful texts and letters. If there is no consequence, there WILL be a repeat and they’ll get better at it!!

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  38. Piggy says:

    Stay frosty. No money or power in MAGA for clowns like Blount. I would be happier if they just hit the road and not come back.

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  39. America First says:

    Blunt is my senator. Normally don’t have much respect for him as he is happily uniparty and his whole family has become Uber wealthy as lobbyists while he is still serving. He was re-elected in 2016 and won’t be up for election again until 2012.

    Just wanted to say that, with all that, he did a fine job of introducing President Trump at the inauguration. You may recall he talked about the voluntary relinquishment of office every 4-8 years as being one of the main things which distinguishes our Republic from other nations, and he seemed to me to be trying to make the case for the benefit of the crazies for the non-violent peaceful transfer of power, ever since George Washington.

    The lesson hasn’t been learned apparently, but I was grateful for his effort.

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  40. golfmann says:

    Winners have many “friends”…

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  41. Fools Gold says:

    Blunt is another rat eating Trump crumbs trying to survive…put a wall only funding bill in front of him and ask him to be the first R to vote for it…

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  42. Masterman says:

    Blunt has no choice, he knows that the Demorats have gone too far this time and even Never Trumpers are rallying behind Kavanaugh. Why the hell Demorats are giving the Republicans a reason to be roused up for the mid terms is a mystery to me, the only possible explanation is that things are looking grim for their quest to regain control of the House and they are now resorting to hail marys to keep the “blue wave” alive.

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