Sunday Talks: Decepticon Roy Blunt Discusses *NEW* Senate Priorities…

Famous for his GOPe role within the “shameful seven” Senator Roy Blunt (U-DC) appears on Fox News to discuss the action priorities of a new senate.  Blunt has been rewarded and advanced by the Decepticon leadership to new power within the chamber.

Similar to the conversation with Liz Cheney, Roy Blunt speaks to the importance of military spending.  [*Important National Security notation*: To the Decepticons, the use of military deployed leverage is viewed as a better option than using U.S. economic leverage (Trump approach); because when President Trump deploys U.S. economic leverage it can impact the Decepticon’s Wall Street donors and K-Street lobbyists.]

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86 Responses to Sunday Talks: Decepticon Roy Blunt Discusses *NEW* Senate Priorities…

  1. feralcatsblog says:

    “Similar to the conversation with Liz Cheney, Roy Blunt speaks to the importance of military spending. [*Important National Security notation*: To the Decepticons, the use of military deployed leverage is viewed as a better option than using U.S. economic leverage (Trump approach); because when President Trump deploys U.S. economic leverage it can impact the Decepticon’s Wall Street donors and K-Street lobbyists.]”

    Clearly with them, any concern for the lives and limbs of American troops very much takes a back seat to whatever is most lucrative to their own bank accounts.

    Liked by 20 people

  2. signfollies says:

    “Decepticon” a name that will stick.

    Liked by 11 people

  3. We need a 3rd party. I know, I know – its hard to do; it’ll never work; blah-blah-blah.
    You have to start somewhere. Its obvious what we have now isn’t working…..too many on our side are on the take – IMHO.

    Liked by 5 people

    • rumpole2 says:

      Rather than a 3 Party… Trump needs to complete his (hostile) takeover of the GOP.

      Liked by 35 people

      • billrla says:

        rumpole2: Which is exactly what the RNC has been trying to prevent.

        Liked by 12 people

        • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

          The mainstream & pop-culture media goes into Legit-Nuke mode when any American citizen – politician or not – attempts to start an organization that sets the necessary goals for that organization to be successful with voters such as ourselves.

          Remember the worldwide freakout at Charlottesville over saving a statue?
          White Nationalists, KKK, Nazis… you name it.
          Reality gets buried quickly.

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      • fatherfisher says:

        His ‘takeover’ just got taken over with the last election.


        • rumpole2 says:

          I dont think so.
          Keep in mind that the “norm” is for President’s party to lose seats in House (and Senate). Trump reversed the “norm” and so did well in that sense,
          Also it’s more than just “Cognitive dissonance” resolution to see the GOP losing the House as a GOOD thing. The House was NOT performing to help Trump for past 2 years anyway. Now that the Dems control it can’t be that much worse. The fact that the Dems have control means that they OWN it.. and own all it’s negatives.
          People are upset aboit the House probes into corruption will stop.. but personally I see them as a big fat nothing anyway.. resulting in a REPORT and not criminal indictments.

          So… it’s all good….. provided the DoJ starts to function now.

          Liked by 8 people

          • anniefannie says:

            I’m with you except we will have to listen to Mad Max’s constant threats. My hope is that she is caught padding her and her husband’s pockets. Schiffty for brains will handcuff Nunez. Hopefully our Very Special Genius will get fed up and release unredacted files to expose all the Schiff that went on under Obummer, Commie, Lyin’ Brennan, Clap-trap, the DOJ/FBI criminals.

            Liked by 4 people

            • rumpole2 says:

              I really do NOT share the enthusiasm about releasing unredacted files??
              “Exposing” more documents (making them public) does NOT advance things at all?
              If these documents contain EVIDENCE… then it can be acted on NOW… whether they are made public or not. In fact… if these documents are real evidence of criminal activity.. then it makes no sense to make them public while a criminal investigation is ongoing

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              • Withheld files are also LEVERAGE until prosecutions or releases are used to employ it.


                • rumpole2 says:

                  I am not very enthusiastic about the new buzz word “leverage” either 🙂

                  As used it amounts to the same old “55D Chess” excuse.. simply rebranded as “leverage”
                  The game is not “Chess” and there is little evidence of “leverage” being used in some strategic way. All I see is hopeless people in CYA mode… “sticking to the plan” to run out the clock.

                  Liked by 4 people

                • “Chess” is a substitute for the complexities of crisis-cross “Dealmaking” when many of its moves and players are invisible.

                  “Leverage” is its currency.

                  Liked by 1 person

                • rumpole2 says:

                  When people claim things did not work out “as expected”… but “Trump gained “leverage” it sounds to me like “Cognitive Dissonance”… “Rationalization”… spin … that a loss is somehow a win???
                  Kinda like a “Participation Prize”
                  I think Trump is about WINNING and not a prize for taking part (leverage)

                  Liked by 2 people

              • GB Bari says:

                I now think Sunshine is the best disinfectant.

                It’s been made pretty obvious that there are no imminent prosecutions nor does anyone appear have the courage to undertake prosecution of any of guilty Swamp members. So withholding the “evidence” for those mythical prosecutions is only aiding and abetting the Swamp Protectionists.

                Release the unredacted documents and expose the evidence for all to see. Those who failed to prosecute will be exposed for their perfidy so we will see how the public reacts.


            • Carrie2 says:

              annie, the other day Waters was stopped and asked some questions and all we got were glazed eyes and what? from her expressions. She is not all there and needs to be removed asap as too mentally unfit for anything. It was truly astonishing the looks on her face at simple questions as she was not in this world at all.


          • Carrie2 says:

            rumpole2, the democrats winning the House was what Trump wanted so they can tear themselves to pieces because of Pelosi, DiFi, and now the young like stupids Kamala and Cortez and winning the Senate puts a big block on many things the democrat House want. So as usual it is a win win for us.

            Liked by 1 person

        • Successful Loser says:

          Not true, He landed important governors and got a couple of more dedicated senators, and let’s not forget all the Gop-ettes that fled the house. I don’t think he did bad for the midterms, set himself up to retake the house, more house demonRats will be exposed, and he lands a stronger senate in 2020… If these neocons are interested in getting the wall built within the next two years, that will be positive. and China, Britain will go well, and tariffs go his way, add a few more nationalistic countries that spring up, and conservative judgeship numbers increase; all’s well that ends well.

          Liked by 6 people

          • mikeyboo says:

            I agree. The glass is half full. I don’t see the value of PROLONGED venting. We have the Senate, the Supreme court, and we loss fewer seats in the house than either Clinton or Obama. Many of the lost seats occurred because WE failed to address probable fraud BEFORE it occurred.
            We now know even more about where to aim fire e.g. election security.
            We must continue to support Pres Trump with money, effort, and enthusiasm. He is up against enough flak. We, his peeps, should demonstrate unflagging encouragement.
            Sack cloth and ashes, useless blather etc. saps energy and adds nothing to winning the war.

            Liked by 4 people

          • Carrie2 says:

            Successful, we need the remaining republicans to immediately pass giving Trump all the money needed for the Wall before January and they can’t or don’t want to do anything. The walls we want now to keep our further warriors coming to destroy our country. They have set for years doing nothing on removing the ACA, now also cut off anchor babies to the original 14th Amendment, removing DACA, dreamers, chain families down many generations, anchor babies, etc. as need to handled NOW before January. We are the Government and it is time they realize they are our employees and we are going to take away lifetime benefits and no more annual salary raises. That is for us to decide and not them! Time for them to wake up and smell the coffee. Time to get all the stuff they didn’t stop Obama from making and start thinking of America. We also want 2 terms max and this would be a good thing as well NOW.

            Liked by 2 people

    • Sharon says:

      What we need is a second party.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Garrison Hall says:

      Trying to form a 3rd party is a guaranteed prescription of failure. The only thing a 3rd party can do within the American body politic is serve the strategic ends of one or the other dominant political parties. Libertarian party candidates, for instance, persistently siphon voters away from conservative republican candidates, allowing liberal/progressive democrats to win elections they’d otherwise not win. The real solution is to rebuild/take-over the republican party from within. This won’t be at all easy because, as Trump has demonstrated, most republican elected officials are not loyal to their voters but are, instead, being enriched for being loyal to globalist big-business donors. America is very, very close to becoming a modern, globalist, neo-fascist state. That we now know where they actually stand gives us a significant base on which to build necessary opposition to both the Deep State and the GOPe.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        ” The only thing a 3rd party can do within the American body politic is serve the strategic ends of one or the other dominant political parties.”

        Your entire comment was a very good analysis. That is why PDJT determined he could only win with a major party nomination, instead of a third party candidate like George Wallace in 1968 or Ross Perot in 1992.

        “That we now know where they actually stand gives us a significant base on which to build necessary opposition to both the Deep State and the GOPe.”

        Yes, but we will have to do it without any assistance from the fake news Main Sewer Media.


    • Carrie2 says:

      H&HC, remember these were people that got together to form these parties so who says we can’t form another. Maybe we need to talk with Pres. Trump and get his view and we call it the Nationalist Party, that is party of the nation and its citizens. Sounds good for me.


    • formerdem says:

      the reason everyone says it will never work is because it never has worked. it has been tried repeatedly and it ends up with Democratic victories. Why not imitate Trump, think out of the box, stop offering failed solutions and — like trump — think up something new and imaginative that works. It is not a measure of our duty and perception of a problem to do the same thing again that has failed and failed and failed and failed. and if you cannot think of something new then wait for someone who can & letś help that person!! me i am just going to stick with trump.


    • If you want a government that looks like the EU’s governments, by all means.
      You’ll end up with “compromises” all the time on civil rights, because the squishy center will sell out on “hate speech” and “gun control”


  4. Max Tadpol says:

    Honestly, at this point I hate all these Fockers. Cold anger needs to turn to Hot anger and they ALL need to be voted out.

    Or, we start over.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Sherri Young says:

    Seeing GOPe types such as Liz Cheney and Roy Blount hop in front of the cameras to espouse their establishment philosophy is all the reminder that I need not tense up so badly at the idea that Pa looney leftie such as Sinema is in the senate (however briefly) instead of Martha McSally. Sinema does not get to caucus with the Republican senators. She does not get to dilute the MAGA agenda from within the fold. I see a GOP form of a resistance movement that will form around Romney in the senate and Liz Cheney in the house. I hope Mitch can keep the “R” senators from Flake-ing out.

    Liked by 7 people

    • churchmouse says:

      ‘Sinema does not get to caucus with the Republican senators.’ Of course not. She is a freshman Senator.

      ‘I see a GOP form of a resistance movement that will form around Romney in the senate and Liz Cheney in the house.’ I hope you are right.

      ‘I hope Mitch can keep the “R” senators from Flake-ing out.’ I hope his enthusiasm during the Kavanaugh hearing keeps him going for two years for other appointments and legislation decisions.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. tax2much says:

    All you have to know about the state of the GOP senate is to look how they all voted for the Corker amendment giving Obama a blank corruption check. That vote alone should have eliminated Sessions for consideration in any position in Trump administration and the past two years would have been what President Trump intended in MAGA.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. The Devilbat says:

    What is really needed is to completely do away with K Street. No lobbying of any kind should be permitted. All corporate donations to any party should be banned by law.

    Only donations from private citizens with a $500 maximum should be allowed.

    All donations must be made by US citizens and only one donation per person permitted. This action would clean the majority of the crooks out of both parties. Could this ever happen???

    Liked by 13 people

  8. feralcatsblog says:

    “I spent thirty-three years and four months in active military service as a member of this country’s most agile military force, the Marine Corps. I served in all commissioned ranks from Second Lieutenant to Major-General. And during that period, I spent most of my time being a high class muscle-man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the Bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902-1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.”
    – Smedley D. Butler, “War is a Racket”: The Antiwar Classic by America’s Most Decorated Soldier

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  9. JamesD says:

    Roy Blunt was identified in 2007 as being paid off by foreign actors. Search “Sibel Edmonds deposition” on Youtube. Keep in mind she is under oath. It is the second video (I think the deposition is broken up into 3 separate videos).

    Liked by 5 people

  10. booger71 says:

    Blunt has several golden tickets to cash in when he joins the rest of his familia on K Street.


  11. icestation3 says:

    It’s a sickness. This obsessive attempt to construct bogus greed narratives requires a serious amount of deep driving into fantasy land. Twisting reality to fit pre-determined narratives is alarming, especially when done by conservatives and Christians.

    The far-left is obsessed with greed. An irrational belief that many individuals & families have too much wealth that was gained out of greed and exploitation at the detriment of the wider society. But the right is also obsessed with greed. An irrational belief that many corporations and politicians have too much wealth that was gained out of greed and exploitation to the detriment of the wider society and nation states.

    This obsession with greed is blinding people. It’s filling their minds full of untruths and filling their hearts full of sin. Everyone who has embraced this sinful behaviour, whether they be on the far-left or right, will be held responsible. The kingdom is close to collapse. It’s under a massive ideological attack by the far-left. If the kingdom falls due to people obsessing about greed, and directing attention away from the real threat, then they will be going somewhere real hot.

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  12. Jimmy Jack says:

    They also want a military budget that facilitates the ongoing deep state ratlines that fund illegal wars and terror groups(ISIS, Al Qaeda) under the color of law. These scum are using our venerated military to their greedy globalist illicit ends and using our good will for our service members against them.

    Just the thought of this makes me duck to my stomach.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Jimmy Jack says:

    I’m going to start tagging these Uniparty scum in everything I can with #ExposeTheDecepticons

    Liked by 7 people

  14. RM says:

    We just need to ” do away ” with the uni party dinosaur and their ” off spring . A message nneds to be sent to the up and coming ” replacements . That is the only way that our future generations have a chance to remain free, ruled within the boundaries of the Constitution of the United States of America. Get this in your head now and it will become easier to accept your duty .

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  15. RM says:

    Get elected, get shot ?? Works for me… LOL


  16. not2worryluv says:

    Born and raised in Missouri this guy needs to go! He’s one of the big gators feeding in the Swamp.
    His son Matt was Governor for one term and he did a great job for Missouri but he could not take the corruption he saw and bowed out of politics.


  17. Herbert Kroll says:

    Without economic leverage, the US would have had no other power left other than to be the world’s policeman, thus serving the globalist agenda…


  18. Trumpelstiltsken says:

    “U-DC”….that’s simultaneously hilarious and depressing because it’s true.


  19. jerseyjoe says:

    Read Ken Timmerman’s book “Dark Forces, the Truth about Benghazi”. Get Gadafi out, install friendly lackey’s willing to make oil deals, ship arms to FSA opposing Assad. Lovely plan supported by HRC and McCain. Iranian Quds force, (Assad’s ally) thought differently. Quds set up the attack. O did not want the debacle to affect his precious nuclear deal. Hence disaster, lack of response and the cover up. The Congressional awards now being proposed for the fallen, should make everyone feel better.(do not forget the 30 some severely wounded)

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