Speaker Pelosi Leads UniParty Toward Vote Revoking Presidential Border Emergency Declaration…

No issue exposes the nature of the UniParty agenda in congress; and no issue highlights the disconnect between the UniParty ruling class; and no issue displays how much lobbyist funding indulges the Uniparty membership; as the issue of immigration and open borders.

The multinational interests of Wall Street, business groups, big AG, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and their K-Street lobbyists pay the UniParty congress tens-of-millions to keep U.S. immigration policy weak and the U.S-Mexico border unsecured.

The only person who is not a beneficiary within this immigration scheme is President Donald Trump.

Today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is set to kick-off a congressional vote in an attempt to block President Trump’s declaration of a national security emergency.  We can anticipate multiple purchased republican (decepticon) members going along with the Pelosi plan.

To highlight the duplicitous and fraudulent position of these congressional members, it’s worth noting when President Obama used the same executive branch declaration to allow illegal aliens to receive deferred deportation action none of the aforementioned UniParty interests made any similar effort to stop the declaration.

Pelosi’s plan will easily pass the House; then it’s on to the Senate – the epicenter of the Decepticon Caucus.  Within the Senate it’s likely Mitch McConnell will watch his lead immigration Decepticons, those who retain highest payments from Tom Dononue and the U.S. CoC, will align with the open-border initiative and support Pelosi. They only need a simple majority of 51 Senate votes.

Decepticon Senators Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins and Thom Tillis will align with the Senate Democrats; but don’t be fooled….  Once McConnell organizes the 51 votes he needs for Pelosi, the remaining Decepticons will sneakily vote against the proposal to give the impression of supporting President Trump.  However, this is only a ruse… this is how the Decepticon’s hide their membership; they only deploy just enough members for each vote so they can cover the scale of their usurping assembly.

McConnell will try to cover for Decepticon members, including the BIG AG group that relies on support from Multinational BIG AG and the illegal alien labor that support it.

In varying degrees of severity the Decepticon Caucus also includes: Thune, Portman, Cornyn, Blunt, Barasso, Burr, Romney, Gardner, Johnson, Crapo, Ernst, Young, McSally, Rubio, Perdue, Roberts, Moran, Hyde-Smith, Daines, Sasse, Lankford and Toomey.

Leader Mitch McConnell mitigates the Decpticon exposure by organizing which ones will vote against the Trump agenda, which one’s gain sunlight, depending on the issue at hand.

President Trump will veto any attempt to block his national security declaration; this backs McConnell into a corner because in order to carry out their schemes the Decepticons have to remain hidden.

Fortunately, if McConnell allowed his caucus to override a veto, the scale of sunlight would be just too much…. that, and President Donald Trump, is the only thing working in our favor.

 

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252 Responses to Speaker Pelosi Leads UniParty Toward Vote Revoking Presidential Border Emergency Declaration…

  1. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    The attacks by the left across this country are hitting a feverish pitch. It’s so nauseating that while President Trump is out of the country, they do this disgusting crap.
    Tomorrow will be bad with Cohen teaming up with Congress.
    Wish there was a defense team for the President.
    I think we better organize very soon!

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    • JG3 says:

      I agree.

      Calling Mr. Parscale: how ‘bout doing a “We LOVE our President and First Lady!” (With pretty smiling/waving pics of them) billboards all across the country. Map out a strategy for city-to-city, town-to-town, highway-to-highway, state-to-state. Recruit people to support/buy and place the billboards. However, knowing they will be taken/torn down, have them put up in a staggered fashion. But, keep them going up! For everyone taken/ torn down, put-up two. Needs to be done is such a fashion that it draws attention by all the people (mostly those that have no time for the news)…Interstates, main arteries, streets for workers/schools/churches. The nastier they get, the more we let our love show for “Our President and First Lady”…we must let them know how much we love/appreciate them! And, that we totally support them!

      Build a billboard team, keep it going until Nov. 2020…

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    • listingstarboard says:

      Justin Amash (MI)
      Thomas Massie (KY)
      Cathy McMorris Rogers (Ledership) (R-WA)
      Fitzpatrick
      Gallagher
      Herrera Beutler
      Hurd
      Johnson (SD)
      Rooney (FL)
      Sensenbrenner (WI)
      Stefanik (NY)
      Upton
      Walden

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      • Landslide says:

        Hurd—-I’m in his district. He votes like a Dem on most border-related items. Cowtowing to his majority hispanic constituency. He’s buds with Robert Francis O’Rourke. Birds of a feather…..😡

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        • dreamguardian007 says:

          “Hurd—-I’m in his district. He votes like a Dem on most border-related items.”

          Me too, Landslide. I’ve sent many emails to his office ‘encouraging’ him to prioritize Americans and to support President Trump.

          Same to Decepticon Cornyn’s office by the way. Acknowledgment of my occasionally maverick tongue, and respect for the Lord (not Senator Cornyn), kept me from introducing myself to him when he showed up at a Sunday morning service several months ago.

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      • KinderandGentler says:

        I am a native Oregonian, and good to see that Walden has been outed here. I now live in California, but am soon moving back home, where I will volunteer to unseat this RINO. In the next election cycle, I will be voting in Oregon. The once great State of Oregon has degraded to an unbelievable level never imagined not that long ago, all under the management of Dems. Latest madness is forced rent control by the Legislature, without allowing it to be voted for by the populace – this is true authoritarian rule which must be reversed.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      Cliff, it is disheartening, but where have they actually succeeded in doing anything other than push more people into the PDJT camp? POTUS is over in Vietnam doing the people’s business while the uniparty stomp their feet and caterwaul like spoiled brats. Somehow, our VSGPOTUS seems to get more done when nobody is looking.

      He has weapons to use (declassify and expose) and he has called us to action on July 4th. While I don’t tiptoe through the tulips, I refuse to allow these commies to cause me to lose hope. This is war and we have the ultimate weapons…..DJT and The Lord Almighty.

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    • Joe O’Mara says:

      Get their faces and names on a poster. Distribute millions. Email millions. The world shall know their faces. Haunt them. Never let them alone. This is WAR.

      Liked by 2 people

      • James Carpenter says:

        President Trump will veto the bill. But, if this and over-ride attempts are done by _roll-call_, the Uniparty would be dealt a serious blow.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Exposing who they are is a start, but only a start. It IS true, however that the Decepticon can only work, so long as the they work in the shadows.

          This is how they manipulate thevotes in the Senate; it has worked that way for years. Many voters weren’t paying attention, and many others were fooled by the “party of stupid” ploy.

          However, now too many people are paying attention, and the ploy has been used too often.

          Once is stupid, twice is really stupid, but getting rolled, EVERY SINGLE TIME is a deception.

          The Republicon party is like Faux news;
          both occupy a space, that would otherwise be filled by a truly maga party, and a truly maga network.

          Scrram all you want about Democrat ballot fraud, and I will scream along with you. Butthats only half the story.

          The other half is Republicon gaming the system, especially the PRIMARIES.
          They have a time tested, multi-layered game plan, for insuring Maga candidates lose the primary; from splitter candidates, to witholding funding, to yes, BALLOT fraud,

          Know your enemy means not just knowing who they are, but understanding how they do battle.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      And now there is the “Trump Dynaaty” mini-series on Biogrqphy, which makes Trump look a reql asshole. I couldnt finish watching it. Reinforcing what Cohen will say about his being a liar andnq cheat, and a con artist.

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    Iran $150 billion…Republican Congress crickets…The Wall $8 billion…Votes galore!!!

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  3. webgirlpdx says:

    Brother and Sister Oregonians — our sole Republican Representative, Greg Walden voted against it. Time to bombard him with our disapproval!

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  4. HamburgerToday says:

    Steve Bannon was right to start targeting RINOs right out the gate. I don’t blame POTUS for working with the Congress he has versus the one he deserves, but, at some point, he’s going to have to take a stand with the Decepticons.

    The GOP base did not give the GOP more Senators for this kind of crap.

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    • Kenji says:

      They’re simply running the clock until they help orchestrate PDJT’s 2020 loss. Or so they think. The interlocking political/corporate directorships will do all that is possible to retain power and control OVER the People. Or so they think.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Bannons effort imploded so badly, makes me wonder if it was a deception.

      Just like the Republicon party, Bannons effort occupied the space that would otherwise be occupied by a genuine primary the MO-FO’s, would inflate the balloon, and then pop it, and let all the gas out of an effort to truly primary anyone.

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  5. L4grasshopper says:

    If my math is correct, and presuming all Dems vote to override a Trump veto, it will take 57 Republicans in the House and 20 in the Senate for an override to succeed.

    I’m not seeing it.

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  6. Fools Gold says:

    The Republican Decepticons will be those who aren’t up for 2020 election. I haven’t researched thosevwho aren’t, otherwise I’d list all of those who will stand with dims from now until 2020.

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  7. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Bossie said last week on FOX that he was looking forward to this vote. He said he wants to see what the GOP does and he insinuated that if they vote against POTUS, they will answer to it in 2020. My guess is that those who are up for re-election will be primaried and Bossie will lead the way in picking the right candidates to run against the traitors.

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  8. nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

    Time for some perhaps not so rhetorical questions.
    For discussion sake, let us suppose that the Mensheviks manage to pass the Resolution to Nullify and over-ride the Veto. Now what?

    Would not this be the “overt” action that would, or should to a rational person, prove beyond any reasonable doubt that there are Active and Coordinated activities being carried out by a large group of elected officials to not only undermine and remove the current President, but to nullify the Right to Vote exercised by some approximately 63 million Citizens of the United States?

    Could not an action of this nature be considered detrimental to the safety, security, and general welfare of the average Citizen of the United States as well as contrary to the Oath of Office these “learned statesmen and scholars” swore? Could such an action be seen as nullifying our National Sovereignty and therefore be grounds for identifying the participants as Domestic Enemies against the Constitution?

    I do not personally believe the full and complete story of the FISA fiasco will ever see the light of day. I personally believe that some of our “closet allies” (England, Canada, Australia) are most complicit in the effort to purchase the Election of 2016 on behalf of one Ms. H.R. Clinton. And in the “unlikely” event she did not win, then to remove any one with the surname of Trump from the Whitehouse. And should the extent of their efforts be made public, I believe We The People would have no choice but to treat their combined efforts as an Overt Act of War.

    So here we are. The Congress is officially considering to Countermand the Commander in Chief in a matter relating directly to National Security; National Sovereignty; and the General Welfare of the Citizenry. The Congress has little to fear in being exposed in their efforts to nullify the Election of President Trump since doing so could cause irreparable damage to our ties with Allies. And I do not believe we can convene a Convention of the States quickly enough to suggest Amendments and have them approved in time to place long overdue checks on the Congress prior to this vote.

    Even if the veto stands, the positions of our “benevolent elected officials” have been clearly defined. And they in no way, shape or form represent any allegiance to the Constitution nor the Citizens they supposedly represent.

    So again, I ask with great sincerity, Now What?

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    • Don Krause says:

      Trump could have secured funding from within the Executive Branch without a National Emergency order, which is to say, he did it this way to expose the Decepticons. Turtle soup is a delicacy I once unjoyed back in the day and look forward to indulging myself once again.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        Depending on how the math works out, he already has over $4 billion without the emergency declaration. Assuming that $5.7 billion was always a negotiating position and he was willing to take less, the entire episode over the shutdown and the emergency declaration has been a kabuki dance orchestrated by the President to call out the Democrats to show their true anti-American selves before 2020. There is no practical impact to wall construction to how this plays out, but there will be many downstream repercussions.

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    • James Carpenter says:

      Shakespear made comment on this. His suggestion used a starting point involving what to do with all of the lawyers.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mr.G says:

      @nccosmiccurmudgeon

      Now what? Do you mean what are the People going to do about it?

      The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.

      We the People did NOTHING about the following:

      JFK murder and cover-up
      RFK murder and cover-up
      MLK murder and cover-up
      Reagan assasination attempt cover-up
      CONTRA affair
      9/11 attack and cover-up
      Benghazi attack and cover-up
      2008 finanacial “crisis”
      DACA
      Lois Lerner
      Fast and Furious
      And on and on and on and on

      We will do NOTHING. And the DS cabal knows WE will do nothing.

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  9. kirkd13 says:

    It just goes on and on. The graphic at the bottom of this article sums it up perfectly. Other than Trump we the people have no representation in DC. A bunch of pond scum. Once again I give my thanks to The Last Refuge, without this we would never get this information!

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  10. kltk1 says:

    Been saying this for a while now, and thanks to SD for reminding us on a very regular basis that the true enemy to POTUS’ agenda isn’t the Democrat party. We expect them to behave the way they do. Until Mitch McConnell is addressed this will continue. I fully expect POTUS to take on this fight after he wins re-election. We must put pressure on the Republican party to get its collective head out of McConnell and Donohue’s @#$.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      No, the true enemy is the Democrat party. Whose we should be truly holding the feet to the fire are the newly elected Democrats from purple districts, rather than expecting Republicans from purple districts to vote straight red. The newly elected Democrats who vowed to cross the aisle and be centrists were always lying through their teeth, of course. We should be working to replace them (as well as, where we can, primarying the weakest Republicans with the most conservative candidate who can get elected). But those freshman Democrats are the target of opportunity in 2020. Let’s focus on them.

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    • bjosz says:

      kltk1, I recently flat out lambasted McConnell and one of my senators, Senator Cornyn (TX) on this subject and for not backing up President Trump! I finished by telling both of them to not be a RINO or REPe, to support President Trump or get out of office and forego their big retirement and perks.

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  11. mr.piddles says:

    “Fortunately, if McConnell allowed his caucus to override a veto, the scale of sunlight would be just too much….”

    To what consequence? I’m not convinced there is one.

    Liked by 2 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      The President will veto this; there won’t be enough Republican votes in the House and Senate to override the President’s veto, so Mitch won’t even bring it up again and neither will Pelosi

      Liked by 3 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        I thought Sundance was implying there would be consequences at the polls… which I will believe when I see. Maybe I’m not reading carefully enough…

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        • Dutchman says:

          mr. piddles;
          You don’t have to be convinced there will be consequences for McConnell and the Decepticons, for openly (instead of covertly) going against POTUS.
          BY their continueing to cling to covert, rather than overt behavior, its obvious THEY believe it.
          Their value to the Uniparty is nada, if they are exposed.

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    • dd_sc says:

      A lot of Republican Senators are up for re-election in 2020; including McConnell.

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  12. stats guy says:

    Meanwhile in realsville far from the crooked swamp pols

    Liked by 2 people

  13. whoseyore says:

    I sent messages to several Democrats as well as all of the Republicans that Sundance mentioned in his article above ( Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, Thom Tillis, McConnell, Thune, Portman, Cornyn, Blunt, Barasso, Burr, Romney, Gardner, Johnson, Crapo, Ernst, Young, McSally, Rubio, Perdue, Roberts, Moran, Hyde-Smith, Daines, Sasse, Lankford and Toomey).

    The least that we Tree Dwellers can do is to send emails to these Swamp Creatures. Think of the difference we could make if we all started writing to the Senators and Congress! We would bombard them. Sundance works so hard, please use your time to make a difference and not just read and comment. Below is the site where all Senators and Congress websites are available.

    http://whoismyrepresentative.com/member/all

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  14. NC Patriot says:

    The answer, of course, is yes it is legal because we gave away that to the executive in 1976, and until we modify that—it is legal.

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  15. citizen817 says:

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  16. Donzo says:

    Is there ever a good time to stab in the back one of the greatest presidents of all time?

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  17. citizen817 says:

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  18. jupitercomm says:

    Forgive me for not doing the math off the top oif my head, but so what? what isthe net result? Is the National Emergency actually cancelled?

    I am asking this quite literally, not as a provocation…. all I knew about this morning was that Officials from either ICE, Border Patrol, or DHS were briefing the House today on the US Southern Border & presenting their case for a real emergency…. I had no idea there was a vote today

    & I ask THIS for obvious reasons that i’s the thing-itself but also b/c this whole idea of voting against a National Emergency struck me as a little theatrical – or else, insane – since there’s the separation of pwoers issue & the fact that Congress is basically voting against itself, viz, against its own laws if it votes against a National Emergencey

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    • GB Bari says:

      No, the Nat’l Emergency is not cancelled and won’t be, unless cancelled by the President himself (long odds against that happening).

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  19. I hate snake face pelosi fake smiles,she is nothing But power hungry snakes,

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  20. Workwithus says:

    First thanks Sundance for you insights.SImply amazing over the years.If McConnell knows no override is in play why risk the sunlight? Does the chamber need the win in the senate to show “bi-partisan” support for open borders? Grab the popcorn and watch just how corrupt things are in D.C.

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  21. H. Hawke says:

    R’s wavering on the Border Emergency so far: Paul, Tillis, Collins, Cruz, Murkowski, Isakson, Kennedy and McDonald. Add in Romney, Rubio, Sasse and you’re getting close to over ride territory.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2019/02/26/senate-republicans-trump-national-emergency-border-1189065

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Ted Cruz is not wavering. Most of the other 10 senators are also unlikely, still that’s only half the 20 needed to over ride a presidential veto.
      The House would need some 57 turncoat congressmen and all Pelosi and the Press could muster up was these unlucky thirteen RINOs.
      Fred Upton – MI
      Justin Amash – MI
      Mike Gallagher – WI
      Jim Sensenbrenner – WI
      Jaime Herrera Beutler – WA
      Cathy McMorris Rodgers – WA
      Will Hurd – TX
      Francis Rooney – FL
      Thomas Massie – KY
      Dusty Johnson – SD
      Brian Fitzpatrick – PA
      Elise Stefanik – NY
      Greg Walden – OR

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      • Dave says:

        I’m shocked at seeing Thomas Massie’s name on that list. His voting record over the years has been right at the top of the list concerning adherence to the Constitution. Wish I knew his thinking process here.

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  22. GSR says:

    And the naive Christians continue to support mass immigration through the fraudulent “refugee” racket and actually work to shield illegal aliens from just law enforcement – deportation.

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  23. SD grasps the fundamental Quigleyian arrangement of party power as being Top/Bottomism, not Red/Blue horizontalism. Behind the optics, no one hates Trump more than McConnell. No one hates Ocasio-Cortez more than Pelosi. Trump and Ocasio-Cortez are the true interlopers. Yes of course, their ideological approaches couldn’t be further apart. Yet both are exogenous to the Uniparty. AOC, in her own (misguided) way is trying to shake the corporatist stranglehold and restore FDR values.

    The red wing of the Uniparty runs interference for the blue wing and vice-versa when one or the other, for reasons of blue/red optics, must adopt either a leading or a covertly supportive role.

    What makes this so difficult to see stems from the massive media energy employed to sow emotional discord and passion on strictly horizontal grounds. In fact they have a blue soundstage, MSNBC and a red one, Fox who help arrange the proceedings. Trump and Ocasio-Cortez are the true interlopers.

    We all have an obligation to teach our fellow citizens to defy the TV optics and see the fake duopoly for the monolith it really is.

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  24. spoogels says:

    The House of Representatives has voted to block President Donald Trump‘s declaration of a national emergency on the border.

    In a 245-182 vote, the Democrats were joined by thirteen Republicans to reject the president’s move.

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/breaking-house-votes-to-block-trump-emergency-declaration/

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  25. hard masada says:

    They’ll vote for this SHIP and they’ll vote for this ~~~> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-BaFkLHdcA&feature=em-uploademail

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  26. Funny how sometimes Mitch only needs 51 votes, isn’t it?

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  27. Tiffthis says:

    Excuse my ignorance, but why does this bill only need 51 votes in the senate and others need 60 votes?

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  28. Rynn69 says:

    The immigration issue will be the Republican party’s demise. The Chamber of Commerce are tragic – cheap labor will decimate the middle class. With no middle class, the economy will stagnate and sink. Who will purchase your products then, Mr. Big Business? America will vote these corruptocrats out before that happens. It is a long view and will take several years, but if Republicans do not govern by the will of the people they will pay a tragic price.

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