U.K Report: All Conservative Lawmakers Who Rebelled Against Brexit Kicked Out of Party….

Righteous !

LONDON (Reuters) – All 21 lawmakers from the ruling Conservative Party who voted against the government to back a motion to seize control of parliamentary time to try to block a ‘no deal’ Brexit are being kicked out of the party, the BBC’s political editor said on Tuesday, citing government sources.

The group includes former finance minister Philip Hammond and Nicholas Soames, the grandson of former prime minister Winston Churchill. (Link)

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    • sundance says:

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      • WSB says:

        Hot damn!!!! The People’s Coup!

        There is no reason that President Trump could not kick similar traitors out of the Republican Party.

        Cut off their money.

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          If the Traitors are Fired from the job they were “Hired” for, then they don’t have a job in Parliament now.

          They were Hired to represent a specific party.
          They have to join another party and run with it and hope to get elected again.

          That’s my take on this.

          But I could be totally wrong.

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        • Judith says:

          This is like the British Revolution. Brits have to take the reins here. It is not too late to slip the yoke and reject the false song of globalism.

          Liked by 15 people

        • 124andmore says:

          He doesn’t have control of the money. Mitch McConnell has control of money distributed to Senators, and Kevin McCarthy has control of the money distributed to Representatives.

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          • WSB says:

            McConnell has his NRSC money, however, he does not have oversay on the RNC money. Same with McCarthy. Neither has access to RNC money.

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          • amjean says:

            Do not under any circumstances contribute any monies to the republican party itself.

            Liked by 5 people

          • oversixtynow says:

            I consistently have problems with the fact that the President of the USA, the most Powerful Country in the World does not have that kind of Power. The ridiculous PM of Canada has more power than the President. Makes no sense.

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          • oversixtynow says:

            I consistently have problems with the fact that the President of the USA, the most Powerful Country in the World does not have that kind of Power. The ridiculous PM of Canada has more power than the President. Makes no sense.

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          • oversixtynow says:

            I consistently have problems with the fact that the President of the USA, the most Powerful Country in the World does not have that kind of Power. The ridiculous PM of Canada has more power than the President. Makes no sense.

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          • oversixtynow says:

            I consistently have problems with the fact that the President of the USA, the most Powerful Country in the World does not have that kind of Power. The ridiculous PM of Canada has more power than the President. Makes no sense.

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        • BigTalkers says:

          The only problem being is he doesn’t control it. The US Chamber does, especially on the Senate side. (If he did, it would already be long gone!)

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        • Betty says:

          There a whole cascade that has to happen. The cascade is being held back, first by Jeff Sessions and now by Bill Barr.

          The proof is right beforhttps://www.americanthinker.com/e our eyes. Remember the threat President Trump posed to the Deep State by stating he intended to use his authority as POTUS to unredact and release those documents the DOJ/FBI has hidden from us?

          Who moved in to neutralize the threat to the Deep State – AG BILL BARR.

          On May 23rd, 2019, President Donald Trump gave U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr full authority to review and release all of the classified material hidden by the DOJ, FBI, State Department, CIA, FISA Court, and aggregate intelligence apparatus; 103 days ago.

          This is a highly visible example, how many more less visible examples are there of the Deep State thwarting or slow walking our President.

          And look at all the politicians making statements under cover of the hurricane news. Statements that go no where, and are barely noticed, but can be used in re-election campaigns.

          President Trump could make a BOJO move himself by promoting a good and true agent to second position below Wray at the FBI, and then fire Wray the next day. And Congress can just poop its pants and block the confirmation of Wray’s replacement as long as they want because President and Our Republic will finally have an allie in the FBI.

          After that graphic example President Trump should start promoting patriots to second position at every agency and watch for a reason.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          Exact reason I no longer give any money to the RNC. They give money to RINO’s when the RINO’s can no longer count on direct donations, because they screwed their supporters. Give direct.

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      • OSP says:

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          Good. Good.

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        • Blind no Longer says:

          This just cracks me up!!!! It’s the BoJo boomerang!!! LMAO…I just love people that have a big huge set of balls!!!

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        • clive hoskin says:

          Nearly 3 years ago THE PEOPLE of the UK voted to LEAVE the despised EU and the”Remoaners”and the bureaucRATS in Brussells,desided that they were going to ignore the”Will Of The People”and throw DEMOCRACY in the bin.Time to put your big boy pants on and”Throw The Bums”out.BREXIT

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          • mugzey302 says:

            Sounds like the thugs in the DOJ/FBI who staged a coup against a duly-elected President, pretending that he was a Russian agent. The colluding was between the Democrat losers, the Obama holdovers in the bureaucracy, and the corrupt MSM propaganda machine. Look at THAT conspiracy, Mr. Barr!

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        • meanwhile,despite presidential orders, Brennan still has security clearance nearly a year later

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      • YvonneMarie says:

        We were Just talking about Braveheart this past holiday weekend.🙂🇺🇸

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      • Michael Todaro says:

        Yes indeed Sundance and may the coup plotters in USA meet the same fate (or worse) than that of William Wallace (Mel Gibson) at the end of Braveheart.
        Actually, Gerard Butler’s handiwork in “Law Abiding Citizen” would be even better.
        Same goes for the psychopath who threw handsome little Landen over the balcony at Mall of America.
        No punishment is cruel enough or unusual enough for those who harm children.

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    • milktrader says:

      Why don’t we do this?

      Until we do the RNC and Trump campaign gets zero pennies from me.

      Yeah it’s that important

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      • Libertybella says:

        What can we do? Call in sick en masse? Withdraw all our cash from the banks and refuse to redeposit until demands are met? How do the people force change when candidates are bought and paid for before or after being elected? Must get money out of politics but how?

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        • BigTalkers says:

          You bring up a VERY good question. They used to work for US. I don’t know how we get them back.

          But I do know without Donald, our ship would have sailed (to China and elsewhere) some 3 years ago.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Right now, PDJT has 90+% support of registered R’s, plus LOTS of former lifelong D’s, and Independants.

            WAY more support than he had in 2016, when he was untried/untested as a politician.

            In 2024, when he leaves office, if there isn’t a TRUMP on the ticket, why in the world would ANYONE vote R?

            We start our OWN #walkaway, and LEAVE the party, en masse.
            In the meantime, we SUPPORT PDJT, try to educate those we can, primary Rinos when practical, and, hoping for the best but preparing for the worst, stockpile ammo and bibles. Cause we’re CLINGERS, don’t ya know! Barry said so, so it MUST be true!

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            • Orbanista says:

              An illegally undermined first term shouldn’t count. 45 in 2024!

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            • eagle931 says:

              The way I see it, the worst case scenario in 2024 will be a Republican Party that ceases to exist unless someone like Pres. Trump is the candidate… and Mike Pence certainly is not it. If that happens, I foresee the Democrat Party taking over permanently, but splitting into two left-wing parties, a la Europe. One wing will be the historical Democrat Party (which will become the “moderate” wing) and the other will be the radical Socialist Democrat Party headed by the likes of the Squad and populated by “people of color” and the young. I say this because I don’t think I am alone in my disgust for the sheer hypocrisy of the GOP Establishment that promises one thing and then does exactly the opposite. After having voted Republican ever since I was able to vote, I’ve had enough. I wished I could say that we could build a political party out of the ashes of the Republican Party, but the odds are against such proposition. The reason is that unless Pres. Trump cleanses the party before 2024, a Trump-like figure is elected, or Trump himself founds a new party after 2024, there simply is no other political leader that can kick-start it.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Kick, but not kick start, huh?
                Well I see the near demise of Dems, becoming a fringe party after,2020.
                Them 4 years to either purge the GOP, or bury it.
                Jus like the Rep. formed and won POTUS in 4 years, we can do it.
                Agree on disgust with party. And I think they have no idea how deep the disgust of the party is.

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            • jeff montanye says:

              there are several good presidential prospects in the republican party: jim jordan, john ratcliffe, devin nunes. any one of them would be vastly better than the last three republican nominees prior to trump.

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              • Kerry_On says:

                VERY true. I would vote for Jordan or Nunes in a heartbeat. I would need to research aRatcliffe a bit more but you are correct. There are some true Conservatives in the mix. You can bet this is already being planned for and NOT by the likes of Mitch McConnell.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Leaders don’t create movements, movements create leaders.
                Believe it or not, our movement has been around for a long time. Obama and the,actions of the globalists (circumstances) generated the discontent, hillary stirred the pot.
                PDJT himself recognises this is a MOVEMENT, the greatest humanity has ever seen.

                It WILL outlast him.

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              • abstain says:

                Also the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis.

                Liked by 1 person

              • farmerren says:

                I’d like to see Nunes in the DOJ. He’s knows…he knows.

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              • eagle931 says:

                You are right about these three Republicans, but the issue of replacing Trump with someone like him, or somewhat close, is not about not having worthwhile candidates, but about having the president’s combination of leadership, charisma, business acumen, negotiating skills, clarity and the fearlessness to counter the one-sided bias in media, entertainment, media and many other institutions. Someone on this thread mentioned that it was a movement that elected Trump. That is partly true, but a movement without the right leadership is as useless as a broken rudder.

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                • Donald J. Trump can still be used as an adviser to the new POTUS. I think that he and those in his inner circle can still be utililzed by the new administration. Barry has his headquarters in DC. Why not Trump and MAGA influencers?

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            • willthesuevi says:

              I frequently agree with you Dutch. Not this time. No more political royalty. Pass the torch in 2024. There are Trump style Statesmen and Patriots that can continue the fight.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Well, let me modify my earlier post. If there isn’t a candidate that obviously and sincerely will continue the policies of Economic National Populism, that,PDJT had modeled, on the R ticket, there is no reason not to abandon the party en mass, and,start our own.

                In other words, no Papa Bush 2.0!
                However, I agree this movement existed before PDJT took the escalator ride, and can continue long after.

                We SEE it is a WorldWide movement, with ballsey NatPop leaders rising in Brazil, England, Italy, Poland,…etc.
                The situation CREATES the movement; enough people mad as hell, and not willing to take it anymore.
                Once the movement exists, individuals step up to lead it.

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      • Michael Todaro says:

        Agreed

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      • The Gipper Lives says:

        Support Your Local President.

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  1. Diana Allocco says:

    Whoo-hooooo!

    Liked by 8 people

  2. snellvillebob says:

    It’s a shame we cannot kick the RINO’s out of the GOP.

    Liked by 19 people

    • cbjoasurf says:

      WE can kick out the RINO’s it’s called the BALLOT BOX in 2020 & beyond.

      Liked by 14 people

      • Big Jake says:

        Never gonna happen. They elected Romney for gawd’s sake.

        Liked by 3 people

        • pyromancer76 says:

          Work on Voter Fraud. My bet, without it, Mittens is out

          Liked by 2 people

        • BigTalkers says:

          Romney’s an aberration, but your point is well taken.

          Liked by 1 person

        • jebg46 says:

          Yes Romney is in for 6 yrs. yuck.

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          • Dutchman says:

            LOOK at the,way Romney got in, and STOP focusing on voter fraud!
            The MAIN fraud oxccurs during the PRIMARY, and its NOT, mainly thru ballot fraud.
            The local and State parties run the primary. They rig the,system, several different ways to insure their chisen Rino candidate,wins.

            Most voters aren’t paying attention during the primary. If a Maga candidate runs in the primary, they run a ‘splitter’ to draw votes away from the maga candidate, so the,Rino wins.

            In Az., they ran Sheriff Joe, to take votes away from Kelly Ward, so McSally won the primary. Both those who supported Ward and Joe were dusgusted with McSally, and stayed home.

            Joe was a ‘splitter’, he had NO chance of winning, and didn’t even campaign.
            But, he pulled enough MAGA Candidates to get McSally the nomination. Then she lost to kursin sinalot, the Dem.
            And McSally was appointed to McStains seat.

            If you simply attribute these wins to BALLOT fraud, you miss the bigger picture. And, toss up your hands in hoplessness. Romney did NOT win his,seat thru ballot fraud. They blatantly rigged the nominating process.

            Don’t be fooled, or complacent.
            SEE THE WHOLE BOARD

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            • SwampRatTerrier says:

              Rigging is institutional fraud – falsehoods.

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              • jeff montanye says:

                read guilt by association written by jeff gates. it explains how the neoziocons (aipac, etc.) have controlled both parties for generations. someone like trump, who steps out of the entertainment world without ever running for office before (like eisenhower in ’52) has the potential to avoid that “vetting” process that leaves us with such as bush, mccain, and romney.

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                • SwampRatTerrier says:

                  That’s what I’ve heard normal Americans say since my youth, “No difference between the Democrats and the Republicans.”

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            • Michael Todaro says:

              Am I correct in saying that about 75% of Republicans voted at all in 2016 and fewer than 50% in 2018?
              Massive mobilization will be necessary in 2020 to offset votes by evil, alien invaders, rotting corpses, violent felons, brain dead morons, intoxicated addicts…many, if not all, of whom will vote more than once, or, at least, be counted more than once.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Haven’t checked the stats for 2016 election, prior to responding, but,..traditionally, only around 50% of elible voters vote in 4 year federal (POTUS) general elections. About 25% in Potus primaries, and 2 year ‘mid term’ elections.

                Even smaller #’s,,typically vote in municipal elections, or elections for Statehouse or Govenor if held seperate from federal elections.

                If we presume that the 50% who are eligible to vote but don’t would ‘break down’ at near 50-50, Rep/Dem, and if the % of Dems that would cross over mirror that # of registered, there is the potential for a reelection that will rival or even surpass President Reagan.

                I agree mobilisation IS necesary, however I don’t believe the Dems can cheat ENOUGH to overcome PDJT’s massive turnout in 2020.

                Ballot cheating works in PRIMARIES, where most people aren’t paying attention.
                And, it works in generals, when the cheating in thecprimaries has left the electorate with the,choice of the lesser of two weavils, dumb and dumber, Rino vs. libertard.

                Not going to be the case, in 2020. And the constant drumbeat of BALLOT fraud, destracts and detracts from the other forms of ELECTION fraud that,are at LEAST AS IMPACTFUL in effecting election results.

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            • Peoria Jones says:

              Fantastic post, Dutch! Decades ago, as a kid, I couldn’t wait to join the Young Republicans. My first vote was for Reagan, for President – but I’ve been sorely disappointed by the GOP since. (Being raised by a Goldwater dad helped me to see how things work at an early age.)

              Sundance has written about the splitter strategy, and hopefully Conservatives will get wise to the party scheme. Where I live, the county R’s have taken the game to the extreme. Even a popular candidate for Alderman can’t get elected unless the powers-that-be want him there. They have it down to an exact science.

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              • Dutchman says:

                They DO have it down to an exact science, they have had many, many years to practice.

                My Dad was one of Barry’s boys, as well. And I voted for Reagan twice.
                Two approaches, and we need BOTH. Firstly, grass roots organising, getting to know your district, county and State,R party reps..
                Getting involved in volonteer work, etc.

                Second, outside the box thinking. I didn’t follow it closely, but I thing Romney got in due to State party influence.

                Need to purge such a holes. Ohio in 2016, AFTER the nomination the State party was openly working AGAINST DJT.

                Read articles saying local tea party groups, with financing from NRA, stepped up.

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      • cboldt says:

        The political process has been rendered subordinate to abuse of legal process. The ballot box does not work any more. Uniparty, fake news, and fraud. 100% of the “political class” (Trump is not part of that class) is globalist. 100%.

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        • Judith says:

          Military tribunals should do the trick.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Not so fast.
          The ballot box worked just fine in November of 2016.
          Not enough MAGA voters followed up in November 2018, so thenthe ballot box worked for the opposition.
          All it requires is for patriots who believe in MAGA and President Trump to get off their “donkeys” and vote for PDJT in November next year, and convince as many friends and relatives as possible to do the exact same.

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          • Maquis says:

            Get off the donkey! That’s a keeper GB!!

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          • CM-TX says:

            According to the #’s, voter turnout for midterms was NOT the problem…

            The problem is voter fraud, programmed voting machines flipping votes (fractional voting), ballot harvesting, & fraudulent vote counts. Unfortunately, none of these well known issues were addressed after 2018, or even 2016 (popular vote– they didn’t cheat enough).

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      • Garavaglia says:

        RINOS get replaced with RINOS in training.

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    • OSP says:

      ^^^this, bob

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    • dd_sc says:

      And then call a snap election.

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    • Scott says:

      Churchill must be ready to haunt his grandson.

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    • Red Mosquito says:

      I tried many times to kick out Mccain at the ballot box. Too bad my fellow Arizonans never helped.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Thanks for trying, sure wished many times I could’ve helped😉

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      • Dutchman says:

        I was with you, Red Mosquito. Too many voted for him because he was a ‘vet’and a ‘war hero’, and only woke up to his true nature too late.

        Really regretted they didn’t plant him here. I SO wanted to visit his grave, to,…pay my respects, personally. Perhaps leave a little,…something behind, to express my deep,…feelings for him.

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        • Michael Todaro says:

          Crash McCain was safe, albeit uncomfortable, in Hanoi, while brave men (who were not serial plane crashers) were dying in battle.
          BTW: September 2 (1945) is Vietnam’s Independence day (from France). 3 decades of war and 2 decades of embargo would follow. This was all preceded by 5 years of Japanese occupation during which 2,000,000 Vietnamese starved to death. (Rice fields converted to hemp).
          That was preceded by French colonial rule and centuries of Chinese invasions. Hai Ba Trung is a great story and streets nationwide are named after them.
          Now, at long last, all is good for all concerned.

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  3. Dances with Wolverines says:

    My fear is that before all of this is over, there will be bloodshed because, like we so often hear, there are trillions of dollars at stake.

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  4. SwampRatTerrier says:

    PRAISE GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. sarasotosfan says:

    What exacty does that mean? Are they removed from office?

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Crawler says:

    Well, to borrow a line from Gil Favor, “Head ’em up, move ’em out!”

    Liked by 6 people

  7. formerdem says:

    There are realignments in the air, everywhere!

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  8. SwampRatTerrier says:

    Kick those Traitors out.

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  9. margarite1 says:

    Who did the kicking?

    That’s our problem…no one to do the kicking except us and we usually end up hornswoggled by deception candidates who split the vote….all by design of course.

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  10. L. Gee says:

    Well, someone has some titanium balls over there!!! Great job, Johnson!

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  11. siliconvalleydeplorable says:

    Outstanding!

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  12. dufrst says:

    Boris stand firm! Fight evil with everything you got! Many millions are with you! BREXIT!!!

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  13. Perot Conservative says:

    How many Conservatives, total, in Parliament?

    Maybe NJ and Farange knew this was coming?

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  14. Scott says:

    The RNC can refuse to fund their campaigns. Won’t happen though.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Actually, SOMETHING like that happened in 2018; when MAGA candidates managed to beat RINO’s, in the primary, the RNC refused the MAGA candidates $ for the general, saying they couldn’t win.

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      • farmerren says:

        Yep, saw it first time several terms ago when the RNC wouldn’t fund the R opponent of D-KCMO Congressman, Emanuel Cleaver. Since then, it seems like there’s no interest for an R to even try.

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  15. IF people on our side wanted to do so they CAN effectively throw the bums out.
    Money being the mother’s milk of politics and all…

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  16. steviedawn says:

    Nicholas Soames has always been a nasty piece of work.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. archie says:

    100% of the House GOP is up for election every two years. Get rid of the Freedumb Caucus since they are fake conservatives. Then get rid of the rest. There is no excuse to vote R any longer. Vote MAGA only.

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    • Bill says:

      What’s your beef with the freedom caucus?

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    • Riskographer2 says:

      I really like Jim Jordan, Mark Collins, Devin Nunez, and Ted Cruz. I think most of us do.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Andy Biggs, from Az. Doesn’t get the press like some of the others, but he’s the real deal.
        It takes sustained effort, and coordination. The party has people working 24/7/365, FOR the party.

        A grass roots effort CAN work, but it needs sustained effort. The Dem party is self destructing, and will not recover.
        They have jumped the,shark, and can’t backtrack.

        So, from 2020, to 2024 we have 4 years to either PURGE the,RepubliCAN party, of RepubliCONS, or start a NEW America First party.

        The RepubliCAN party started as a ‘rump’ or minority offshoot of the Whig party. Started in 1860, primarily by evangelicals opposed to slavery, it elected its first POTUS, in 1864.

        And they didn’t have the internet! They had detirmination.

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      • John55 says:

        >>”… I really like Jim Jordan, Mark Collins, Devin Nunez, and Ted Cruz.”

        The others are fine, but Cruz has done less than nothing.

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  18. L4grasshopper says:

    What makes this revolt by these 21 Remainers so “revolting” is that the Tory Party just went thru a multi-week selection process where thousands of active Party members listened to and voted in several phases for a new Party Leader, who then became PM. Johnson won handily, and he was explicit about what he intended to do.

    In the U.K. system, party loyalty is the key to exercising power. Parliament is run by the PARTY with the most seats, and the PM is that party’s leader. For Party Members to defect from what the Party wanted to do on such a seminal issue as this was tantamount to party treason. Nothing less.

    These 21 tools are now gelded. They cannot stand for office again as Tory party members, which means in the U.K. that they are doomed.

    Maybe they can form a new party …. the “We Want To Be Ruled By Brussels” Party!

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  19. A2 says:

    I stayed up to watch the entire debate and vote last night. It was clear what was going on. The hyperbole, and risible attacks by the opposition mob was stunning.

    The leader, Jacob Rees-Mogg’s speech was brilliant (I’ve posted clips of his speeches and videos from his LBS radio programme here many times). Civility died, and the remoaner cabal refused to listen, as they goose-stepped over the expressed wishes of 1.7 million of their own people.

    Now they must face the consequences of their shredding of conventions and procedures.
    Get ‘em out. And take their coats.

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  20. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Now we’re getting somewhere.
    One way or another.

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  21. gonzotx says:

    Winston Churchill must be turning in his grave

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  22. 335blues says:

    It kind of feels like there is one party, a single party, of right minded people all over the world
    who are finding the courage of their convictions to fight for their heritage, their liberty
    and their choice of future.
    Born in different countries, in different parts of the world, often speaking different
    languages, but needing and willing to fight for the same thing.
    Freedom.
    Here’s hoping those turncoats kicked out of the Conservative party for their treachery
    receive their just desserts.

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    • Libertybella says:

      Hear hear….yes the world is getting smaller and the differences between its peoples are becoming more focused and refined…Freemen vs Slaves…Nationalists vs Globalists.
      Concentration of power is never good…and that is what a globalist seeks even if he doesn’t realize it….and as we all know…power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely

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    • Cue “The Deplorables” … below

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    • JC says:

      Great post, 335blues. There’s an undercurrent of excitement accompanying this resolve, and it is gaining noticeable momentum. Stand tall, speak out, vote and pray.

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    • Dutchman says:

      “You are a part of the greatest movement in history” DJT.

      And our movement is even greater than that: because of those thruout history who have been a part of it.

      People who were patriots, who chose to fight for their country, and their liberty, against oppression.

      Nationalist Populism had existed, for a long time, and it has always been a threat to those who wish to subjugate.

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  23. ezgoer says:

    When you have a referendum and the government overrules the vote of the people you will have violence in the streets. If voting isn’t respected, there will be no other choice. British elitists are playing with fire.

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  24. gonzotx says:

    Winston Churchill is turning over in his grave

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    • Deplore Able says:

      On the contrary, I think Churchill would enjoy this:

      “We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender….”

      That speech was about fighting Nazi Germany. Johnson is fighting globalism. Both Churchill and Johnson want a free Britain, not a country subject to the whims of foreign powers.

      How sad it is that a relative of Sir Winston is on the wrong side.

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  25. Pale rider says:

    Very cool! Farage is a force of unparalleled tenacity.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Judith says:

      Keln’s mural has been the wallpaper on my phone, since it first appeared in 2016.. It is such an inspiration to me!

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    • Libertybella says:

      YES!!!!! Thank u BKR….Inspiring…Free men of the world must rise up!

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    • JC says:

      🇺🇸🇬🇧🇮🇱🇵🇱🇮🇹🇭🇺💪🏻
      (Feel free to add flags…)

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    • wendy forward says:

      I’m not crying. You’re crying.

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    • A2 says:

      May I add this here.
      LO Kin-hei 羅健熙
      @lokinhei
      ·
      8h
      Hong Kong secondary school students singing “Do You Hear The People Sing” during school assembly on top of the national anthem background music. Wow!”

      #HongKongProtest

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      • Maquis says:

        “Account Closed,” but frikken awesome anyway!! God Bless ’em!

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        I’ve been avidly reading your posts on the evolving situation in HK. It might interest you that my 14 year old son is watching what is going on in HK with great interest. He cannot understand why China is doing what it is doing–“killing the goose that laid the golden egg”. It’s been an education in draconian Communism for him.

        We pray for the people of HK daily. I wish there were something more concrete that we could do for them. They are our brothers and sisters and they do not deserve this.

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        • steve says:

          probably figuring out that he is not in heaven.

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            My son has known he’s not in heaven for a long time. But now he knows not only is life very hard, but the Communism his elders gripe about is real and it has an iron fist.

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        • Pale rider says:

          They are ‘doing ‘ for us more than anyone knows. First we see Venezuela now Hong Kong. There is no mask on these leftists in our country anymore. Their path is a path of destruction for our nation. When evidence is blatant in every area of ‘ism’ that it’s nothing more than a way to control and kill without impunity they know damn well what it’s all about here.
          We are attacked daily on all fronts. This whole mess would be over if the laws and law enforcement were not protecting these people in our nation from the DOJ down.

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  26. Bill says:

    I’m not going to get over excited. I got excited when the queen granted a halt to parliament last week, yet these snakes slithered around quickly to regroup and do this. Something tells me they had this mapped out. And they have another trigger in place that we aren’t looking ahead too yet. The brexiters need to play offense, not defense. Today was defense.

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    • Dekester says:

      Nigel and his supporters are loving this.

      They are all rats, and they have been flushed.

      No place to hide now..they will forever be branded as traitors.

      God bless PDJT

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    • Masterman says:

      Boris’s goal has always been to frame the remainers as forcing him into calling for an election, one which Corbyn has spent 2 years asking for. And is now trying to backtrack on. Support for the Conservative Party has soared since Boris took a hardline stance, and the remainers are guaranteed to do badly in another general election. If the remainers were smart they would have called Boris’s bluff and push for May’s old deal minus the Irish backstop, which Boris supports. That would have caused support for Boris to collapse.

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  27. pyromancer76 says:

    Biff! Bam! Pow! The New Trumpian Era is upon us. First nationally, then internationally. Great going, Britain. Wait until the President Trump landslide of Monster proportions in 2020.

    Peoples of the world, patriots of their own countries, are requiring life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in their own cultural versions. We Americans choose a Constitutional Republic. Globalists, marxists be gone everywhere.

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  28. Magabear says:

    Thou Art Dismissed, Be Gone With Thee!!! 😁

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  29. Rynn69 says:

    Godspeed, Brexiteers! America is with you!

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  30. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    Holy Brexit Batman!!!!!

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  31. omyword says:

    Isnt it curious, how taking a patriotic stand so visably and starkly shines the light of truth on deception and deceivers. They always expose themselves. Light to evil is kryptonite.

    Or however you spiel it.

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  32. Snow White says:

    A Churchill being a traitor? His grandfather us rolling in his grave.

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  33. zorrorides says:

    VSG is smarter than me, yep, but I have a question for him. Mr POTUS, will you declare a platform that the People and you believe in, and that Reps and Senators must support, in order to achieve Constitutional MAGA KAG?

    Incumbents in Congress all have opportunity to tell their constituents, ‘Re-elect me so I can vote to support PTrump and the people’s platform.” If Republican incumbents don’t support the President’s platform then we can support a primary candidate who does.

    All over the nation, these little-known challengers will have the same theme in their campaigns;
    “Vote for Me, I’m with Them, the People and Donald Trump!”

    If President Trump will help us identify candidates who support MAGA on issues such as The WALL and immigration reform, deregulation, declassifying and truthful disclosure, fair elections, Constitutional judges, and control over governmental spending and power, then I believe the people will elect Congress and State Houses able to drain the swamp.

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    • nimrodman says:

      I’m with ya, zorro

      I expected a slate of MAGA-certified candidates in the last mid-term elections, but can’t say I perceived much of that, maybe I wasn’t paying close enough attention. I know PresTrump campaigned for some and introduced and supported at his rallies

      But I didn’t see an identifiable MAGA identity or brand promulgated much

      I’m not talking about another “party” – I’m talking about a “slate” – within the GOP party but under the umbrella of PresTrump’s approval and vetting by PresTrump’s duly appointed committee who’d do the evaluation and selection, and clearly labelled as such

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  34. Petrel says:

    Much like our DC RINOs, both the Conservative and Labor Parties wrote party platforms endorsing BREXIT 3 years ago. Then many Conservatives and Laborites bought into a vehicle to delay, supposedly they needed a deal with the EU for a smooth exit. This gave the EU a chance to undermine the entire project — continued tens of billions Sterling subsidies to the EU, continued EU legal supremacy over UK law and so on. PM May presented the EU non-exit proposal to her Parliament 3 times and UK public pressure forced Parliament to reject the proposal 3 times.

    Whereupon, Nigel Farage organized a BREXIT Party — in less than one month — and defeated both Conservative and Labor candidates on an election for representation in the EU. The vote was correctly seen as a new referendum on BREXIT and the leavers triumphed.

    To survive, the Conservatives dumped PM May and took six weeks of alternative candidate vetting, to select Boris Johnson, who squarely stood for BREXIT. Johnson then announced the UK would leave on October 31 at the latest.

    Stabbing their ostensible party in the back, nearly two dozen ‘Conservative’ MPs are revolting. Quite apart from Boris Johnson’s eviction threat, these duplicitous characters will not be picked by their Conservative Constituency Committees (the process in Britain is very grass-roots). In the meantime they have created mayhem. The British Parliament now lacks any vehicle to legislate, or even to dissolve prior to an election.

    Since Jeremy Corbyn has been asking for new elections for the last two years, Boris Johnson may shame Labor to join the Conservative remnant and vote to dissolve.

    Will Nigel Farage instruct his BREXIT party to stay aloof, or to join the election fray and evict both Conservative and Labor MPs whose credibility is so damaged?

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  35. Here is my take on this:

    Before last night, there were three viable options:

    WTO-Brexit
    Extension
    BRINO (Brexit in name only) probably May’s deal with some change to the backstop but no change to the rest of the Withdrawal Agreement or Political Declaration, rendering the UK a non-voting EU colony post-‘Brexit’

    As a result of last night, the EU cannot negotiate with a government where Parliament has taken control of the timetable. This makes BRINO much less likely.

    From now until 1st November, parliament can pass as many laws as it wants. They depend on HMG and the PM procedurally and Royal Assent in order to become law. This can be refused, stalled or delayed. In addition, HMG can refuse to carry out its obligations under these laws which may result in contempt of Parliament and cries of unlawful behaviour; but those cries won’t stop WTO-Brexit

    The only way around this for Remainers is to remove Johnson from office. A vote of no confidence will trigger an election. For all the stupid talk about Johnson being a part of a coup, he would fight a free and fair election; his opponents probably will not. The polls show that he would win. This would be by a landslide if he allied with Farage. So they cannot remove him by a vote of confidence. I can’t see how they can remove him otherwise. It is perfectly viable for a minority government led by Johnson to continue in power, stop any legislation approved by Parliament becoming law and also behave unlawfully. The only remedy would be an election.

    Further, the removal of the whip from the 21 Tory rebels means they cannot stand as Tory candidates in any more elections. This is rooting out the Europhiles that have plagued the Tory party since the 1990s.

    If Johnson has the will, it seems to me that Parliament cannot do anything to stop Brexit. Tonight just makes it a lot lot harder for the EU to get the BRINO it so desperately wanted.

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  36. Pyrthroes says:

    Who needs this Twitching 21? Per BBC, citing “Government sources”, Johnson as PM [and Dominic Cummings] do not fool around.

    Early commentators do not address how this affects a possible No Confidence vote mandating a General Election likely installing Boris Johnson as Prime Minister through 2024, but tossing 21 Tory votes cannily increases Jeremy Corbyn’s (sadly mistaken) incentive to mount a challenge in November.

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  37. TwoLaine says:

    I always prefer it when the roaches come out in the sunlight.

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  38. Martin Robins says:

    Those 21 MPs can join another party (Philip Lee has already joined the inappropriately named Liberal Democrats). But that would mean elbowing aside the other parties’ candidates. Some of them will find it very hard to hold onto their seats as non-Tory candidates. For example, Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) Philip Hammond (aka Spreadsheet Phil) has an ultra safe Tory seat. Whoever replaces Spreadsheet Phil as the Tory candidate will almost certainly win. Boris is reportedly going after the odious and disgraceful Speaker, John Bercow. He’s officially a Tory (but not in reality) and has another safe seat. By precedent Speakers are never challenged in elections, but Bercow, a fanatical EU Remainer, has been making it up as he goes along. He famously stated that he ‘would not be constrained by precedent’. Neither will Boris. What goes around comes around. Also, Bercow expects to receive a knighthood and a place in the House of Lords. That will never happen as long a true blue Tory is in number 10 Downing street.

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  39. NoTwoSystemsOnlyOneChiCom says:

    The Squad’s UK delegate rises to place the race card on the table. Yes, Boris is actually succeeding so the left has begun to fling anything now.
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/furious-sikh-mp-challenges-boris-19451190#comments-section

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  40. Ausonius says:

    Braveheart contains an excellent scene of supreme irony, wherein the old, literally decaying (from leprosy) father of Robert the Bruce counsels him that “the ability to compromise” is what makes a king, and while the uncompromising William Wallace might seem easy to admire, he is not to be emulated. Later, those “compromises” include betraying William Wallace, and that betrayal, says the father of Robert the Bruce, shows that his son “is ready to be a king”!

    The application of those two scenes to our modern political situation is both apt and appalling.

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  41. willthesuevi says:

    Winston Churchill would slap his Grandson silly if he knew the idiot grandson was in effect wanting to give the Germans continued control of the government of Great Britain without firing a shot.
    The Bulldog would be pissed!

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    • JCM800 says:

      With the EU Brussels Boot on the throat of Free Speech, they are jailed when they speak the truth of the Muslim Conquest of the UK. The Muslim Oil Money has bought many Traitors.

      https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/winston-churchills-brutal-takedown-of-islam-means-more-today-than-ever

      “Quoting Winston Churchill’s opinions on Islam contributed to a U.K. politician’s arrest — and possible imprisonment of up to two years.

      Paul Weston, chairman of the party Liberty GB, was making a speech Saturday outside the Winchester Guildhall in Hampshire, when he quoting the famous prime minister, the Independent reported.

      After a member of the public complained, Mr. Weston was subsequently arrested for religious harassment when he did not comply with officers’ orders to leave the area.

      The text that contributed to Mr. Weston’s arrest came from Churchill’s book “The River of War: An Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan,” written by the former prime minister in 1899 during his time as an Army officer in Sudan.’

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  42. JCM800 says:

    https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/constitution/house-lords-reform/news/106286/tory-peers-launch-bid-block-no-deal-bill

    “They will seek to filibuster in the upper chamber to prevent a motion being voted on which would ensure the legislation can be passed before Parliament is prorogued.

    A total of 86 amendments have been tabled to a motion by Labour’s leader in the Lords, Baroness Angela Smith, which sets out the timetable for the bill to block a no-deal to go through its various stages.”

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  43. JCM800 says:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/09/04/after-years-of-demanding-an-election-labours-corbyn-refuses-vote-offered-by-boris-johnson/

    This is from the comments, I hope Boris and the Queen could block the anti – No Deal Brexit bill from becoming law.

    “Let’s see if BoJo has the spine to deny the Royal Assent to the bill passed by the Opposition today tying his hands on Brexit (i.e., veto it). As described in Blackstone, the authority of the Government to deny the Royal Assent is part of the British constitutional order PRECISELY for this type of situation, where Parliament is encroaching on the powers of the Government. If BoJo uses this authority to block the anti-Brexit bill, the Opposition will be have to agree to a general election before Oct. 31st in order to attempt to block Brexit by that date.”

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  44. oversixtynow says:

    Hi

    I haven’t received an email from you since Sept 3. I thought maybe you hadn’t posted. But going through your site I see you have. Plus your old emails don’t open up the same as before. I have a

    New email but it is Outlook. Not sure what the problem is.

    Edith Wenzel

    results@nucleus.com

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