A CALL TO ACTION: “Stand” – We Will Remember The 129 Republicans Who Refused to Stand With President Trump…

When we see that justice is measured, not by due process, but by compulsion; when we see that in order to invoke our right to due process, we need to obtain permission from those who rebuke the constitution; when we see that justice is determined by those who leverage, not in law, but in politics; when we see that representatives get power over individual liberty by graft and by scheme, and our representatives don’t protect us against them, but protect them against us; when we see corruption holding influence and individual liberty so easily dispatched and nullified; we may well know that our freedom too is soon to perish….

CTH is often criticized for being too accurate outlining the schemes, and not putting enough emphasis on what actions can be done -by ordinary Americans- to counteract the duplicity and corruption amid DC politicians.   Well, last month we outlined exactly what YOU can do when we wrote “STAND“.

It is the responsibility of each of us to stand, defiantly if needed, and support a President who is waging a battle against multiple adversaries on our behalf.  “Stand” means be visible.  “Stand” means let your voice be heard. “Stand” means telling your republican representatives what your expectations are.  They represent us; WE are the people.

Why is this important?  Well, today 129 Republican House members spat upon our President as he works tirelessly to defend out interests and put America First.  129 Republican House representatives voted against the one Republican who is doing everything he possibly can to fulfill the expectations of those who elected him to office.

129 back-stabbing cowards, voted to condemn President Trump for withdrawing the U.S. military from Syria; the same military engagement those same spineless cowards in the House would not vote to authorize.   Those 129 Republicans should be shamed.

It is important to note the entire Republican leadership in the House voted against President Trump.  “The Entire Republican Leadership” team.  All.of.them…. While the democrats are trying to impeach him.  Think about it.

Do not look away from the names.  You can find the ROLL CALL VOTE HERE.

Absorb the anger as fuel to empower you to contact them and let your voice be heard.  It might be difficult to accept that: Doug Collins, Devin Nunes, Liz Cheney, Kevin McCarthy, Mike McCaul, John Ratcliffe, Steve Scalise, and Lee Zeldin all voted to spit in the face of our president….  BUT THEY DIDSo what are you going to do about it?

There were decent Republicans who stood with our president.  Sixty of them to be exact. Including: Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, Louie Gohmert, Andy Biggs and fifty-six more who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with patriots and with our President.  They too should be contacted with words of appreciation and praise.

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However, the 129 scheming, back-stabbing cowards who call themselves representatives and yet voted against the will of We The People who elected President Trump… well, those lying war-mongering creatures of the deep swamp, they should hear our voices loudest.


Your decision.

As we bear witness, anyone trying to convince us this entire assembly of our union is headed in the right direction, well, they might want to revisit their proximity to the 2020 election ballpark. Because they’re not just out of the city – they’re also out of the same state the election ballpark is located in….. Then again, the media know that.

David Mamet had a famous saying, essentially: …‘in order for democrats, liberals, progressives et al to continue their illogical belief systems they have to pretend not to know a lot of things’… By pretending ‘not to know’ there is no guilt, no actual connection to conscience. Denial of truth allows easier trespass.

This hate-filled Democrat ideology relies on our willingness to accept their lies, falsehoods, and scripted presentations; and then demands we grant benefit amid their seeds of doubt.

There’s a level of anger far deeper and more consequential than expressed rage or visible behavior, it’s called Cold Anger.

Cold Anger does not need to go to violence. For those who carry it, no conversation is needed when we meet. You cannot poll or measure it; specifically because most who carry it avoid discussion… And that decision has nothing whatsoever to do with any form of correctness.

We watched the passage of Obamacare at 1:38am on the day before Christmas Eve in 2009. We watched the Senate, then the House attempt passing Amnesty in 2014. We know exactly how it passed, and we know exactly why it passed. We don’t need to stand around talking about it….

We know what lies hidden behind “cloture” and the UniParty schemes.

We watched the 2009 $900+ billion Stimulus Bill being spent each year, every year, for seven consecutive years. Omnibus, Porkulous, QE1, QE2, Bailouts, Crony-Capitalism. We know exactly how this works, and we know exactly why this ruse is maintained. We don’t need to stand around talking about it…. We’re beyond talking.

We accept that the entire Senate voted to block President Trump’s ability to use recess appointments in 2017, and 2018, and 2019. Every.Single.Democrat.And.Republican.

Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.

We’ve waited each year, every year, for ten years, to see a federal budget, only to be given another Omnibus spending bill by “CONservative” politicians.

We’ve watched the ridiculing of cops, the riots, and the lack of support for laws, or their enforcement. We’ve been absorbing all that. We’ve been exposed to violence upon us by paid operatives of the organized DNC machine. We know; the media trying to hide it doesn’t change our level of information.

Cold Anger is not hatred, it is far more purposeful.

We watched in 2012 as the Democrat party thrice denied God during their convention. The doors to evil enterprise opened by official proclamation and request.

Cold Anger takes notice of the liars, even from a great distance – seemingly invisible to the mob. Cold Anger will still hold open the door for the riot goer. Mannerly.

We’ve watched our borders being intentionally unsecured.

We’ve watched Islamic Terrorists slaughter Americans as our politicians proclaim their uncertainty of motive. We know exactly who they are, and why they are doing it. We do not need to stand around discussing it…. we’re clear eyed.

Cold Anger evidenced is more severe because it is more strategic, and more purposeful. Eric Cantor’s defeat, Matt Bevin’s victory, Brexit, Donald Trump’s highest vote tally in the history of presidential primaries or President Trump’s victory might aide your  understanding.

Cold Anger does not gloat; it absorbs consistent vilification and ridicule as fuel. This sensibility does not want to exist, it is forced to exist in otherwise unwilling hosts – we also refuse to be destabilized by it.

Transgender bathrooms are more important than border security.

Illicit trade schemes, employment and the standard of living in Vietnam and Southeast Asia are more important to Wall Street and DC lobbyists, than the financial security of Youngstown Ohio.

We get it. We understand. We didn’t create that reality, we are simply responding to it.

The intelligence apparatus of our nation was weaponized against our candidate by those who controlled the levers of government. Now, with sanctimonious declarations they dismiss accountability.

Deliberate intent and prudence ensures we avoid failure. The course, is thoughtful vigilance; it is a strategy devoid of emotion. The media can call us anything they want, it really doesn’t matter…. we’re far beyond the place where labels matter.

Foolishness and betrayal of our nation have served to reveal dangers within our present condition. Misplaced corrective action, regardless of intent, is neither safe nor wise. We know exactly who Donald Trump is, and we also know what he is not. He is exactly what we need at this moment. He is a necessary glorious bastard.

He is our weapon.

Cold Anger is not driven to act in spite of itself; it drives a reckoning.

When the well attired leave the checkout line carrying steaks and shrimp using an EBT card, the door is still held open; yet notations necessarily embed.

When the U.S. flags lay gleefully undefended, they do not lay unnoticed. When the stars and stripes are controversial, yet a foreign flag is honored – we are paying attention.

When millionaire football players kneel down rather than honor our fallen soldiers and stand proud of our country, we see that. Check the NFL TV ratings – take note.

When a school community cannot openly pray, it does not mean the prayerful were absent.

When a liar seems to win, it is not without observation. Many – more than the minority would like to admit – know the difference between science, clocks and political agendas.

Cold Anger perceives deception the way the long-term battered absorb a blow in the hours prior to the pre-planned exit; with purpose.

A shield, or cry of micro-aggression will provide no benefit, nor quarter. Delicate sensibilities are dispatched like a feather in a hurricane.

We are patient, but also purposeful. Pushed far enough, decisions are reached.

[…] On the drive to and from the East Coast, I paid attention to the billboards and bumper-stickers. Folks, the people in “Fly over” country are PISSED, from the guy that guides hunters, to the mayors of towns and cities, to state senators congressmen and Governors who are voting to arrest and imprison federal law enforcement officials for enforcing federal gun laws that don’t agree with state law … The political pendulum has never, in the history of humanity, stayed on one side of a swing. The back lash from over reach has always been proportionate to how far off center it went before coming back … right now we’re staring at a whole hell of a lot of the country (about 80-90% of the land mass, as well as about 50+% of the population) that is FED UP. You really don’t want those guys to decide that the only way to fix it is to burn it down and start over… (more)

It’s too late…

This man has faced opposition that would overwhelm any other President.  Our chosen President is constantly attacked by those holding a corrupt, conniving and Godless leftist ideology.  It is our job now to stand with him, firm on his behalf.

To respond we must engage as an insurgency. We must modify our disposition to think like an insurgent. Insurgencies have nothing to lose. If insurgents are not victorious the system, which controls the dynamic, wins. However, if insurgents do nothing, the same system, which controls the dynamic, also wins.

Do nothing and we lose. Go to the mattresses, and we might win. The choice is ours.

Right now, through November 2020, every day is Saint Crispins day.

If we are mark’d to die, we are enow
To do our country loss; and if to live,
The fewer men, the greater share of honour.
God’s will! I pray thee, wish not one man more.
By Jove, I am not covetous for gold,
Nor care I who doth feed upon my cost;
It yearns me not if men my garments wear;
Such outward things dwell not in my desires.
But if it be a sin to covet honour,
I am the most offending soul alive.
No, faith, my coz, wish not a man from England.
God’s peace! I would not lose so great an honour
As one man more methinks would share from me
For the best hope I have. O, do not wish one more!
Rather proclaim it, Westmoreland, through my host,
That he which hath no stomach to this fight,
Let him depart; his passport shall be made,
And crowns for convoy put into his purse;
We would not die in that man’s company
That fears his fellowship to die with us.
This day is call’d the feast of Crispian.
He that outlives this day, and comes safe home,
Will stand a tip-toe when this day is nam’d,
And rouse him at the name of Crispian.
He that shall live this day, and see old age,
Will yearly on the vigil feast his neighbours,
And say ‘To-morrow is Saint Crispian.’
Then will he strip his sleeve and show his scars,
And say ‘These wounds I had on Crispian’s day.’
Old men forget; yet all shall be forgot,
But he’ll remember, with advantages,
What feats he did that day. Then shall our names,
Familiar in his mouth as household words-
Harry the King, Bedford and Exeter,
Warwick and Talbot, Salisbury and Gloucester-
Be in their flowing cups freshly rememb’red.
This story shall the good man teach his son;
And Crispin Crispian shall ne’er go by,
From this day to the ending of the world,
But we in it shall be remembered-
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile,
This day shall gentle his condition;
And gentlemen in England now-a-bed
Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.

The awakened American middle-class insurgency, led by Donald Trump, is an existential threat to the professional political class and every entity who lives in/around the professional political class. Their entire political apparatus is threatened by our insurgency. The political industry, all of corrupt governance, is threatened by our support through Donald Trump.

Decision time.

You know why the entire apparatus is united against President Trump. You know why the corrupt Wall Street financial apparatus is united against President Trump. You know why every institutional department, every lobbyist, every K-Street dweller, every career legislative member, staffer, and the various downstream economic benefactors, including the corporate media, all of it – all the above, are united against Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is an existential threat to the existence of a corrupt DC system we have exposed to his disinfecting sunlight. Donald Trump is the existential threat to every entity who benefits from that corrupt and vile system.

Global elites now stand with jaw-agape in horror as they witness the result.  The value of multi-billion dollar contracts dispatched at our leisure. Trillion dollar multi-national trade deals, full of scheme and graft, left nothing more than tenuous propositions smashed asunder from the mere sound of our approach.

The fundamental construct within decades of their united global efforts to tear at the very fabric of our U.S.A is being eliminated. They too have nothing to lose; their desperation becomes visible within their apoplexy; and they’re damn sure displaying it.

Do not look away.

Throw aside the sense of discomfort and bear witness to the evil we oppose. Do not turn your eyes from the hatred focused in our direction. Stand firm amid the solace of our number and resolve to the task at hand.

Those who oppose our efforts are merely vile parasites quivering as they stare into the Cold Anger furnace of righteousness.

Who fuels that furnace?

…..US !

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612 Responses to A CALL TO ACTION: “Stand” – We Will Remember The 129 Republicans Who Refused to Stand With President Trump…

  1. emeraldcoaster says:

    Heck, even Amash didn’t vote against our POTUS. I sent a thank-you note to my representative, Mark Meadows.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Nope2GOPe says:

      Thank you Sundance for giving a voice to what many of us are feeling right now. I was outraged at this, and came here to see if anyone else was feeling the same.

      I’m so tired of these feckless politicians who vote according to their wallets.

      This is disgusting.

      Props to Lou Dobbs for speaking truth to power on this.

      We need to start looking at the candidates voter records, and not be afraid to vote these vermin out!

      Liked by 7 people

    • Alfred Barnes says:

      I sent a nasty gram to my representative, George Holding.

      Liked by 2 people

      • floridagirllinda says:

        I used to be able to forward a tweet to multiple recipients, including Fox news, congressmen, etc. Now I don’t see how to do it. I think we should blow up Twitter and email them. How do you tweet multiple recipients? we could make this a twitter tidal wave!


    • Music Of Life says:

      COMMUNISTS and their dog FEMINISTS believe themselves safely distanced from We the People, but they lie to themselves.
      Patriots can go to Gov Track Us for the voting results … know the outlaw criminals who sold out We the People’s nation and Commander-in-Chief!


    • joshashland says:

      Amash did not vote?
      My representative did not vote.


    • JIM says:

      Dan Bishop who was recently voted into the House via District 9 in NC was in the Not Voting column. This after Trump held a rally in NC days before the election to get him over the top in a close election. Not a good sign.
      -Wesley Chapel, NC

      Liked by 4 people

      • Judith says:

        Wasn’t that the smarmy guy who extolled rallygoers to ‘Vote for THIS Dan, not the other Dan..?’ I didn’t like his schtick when I first saw it. What a piece of work!

        I suspected this would happen. Fake RepubliCONS are all lined up to “primary” their fellow travelers. Same old same old. We can’t get rid of them, because there are no “good” people willing to step into the gap.

        And the UNiparty is extremely well-funded. We are knee dip in swamp wannabes.

        Plus, any of them who, by some miracle, are legitimate challengers, will be beaten into submission by Deep State’s henchmen in no time flat. All of them except for Donald Trump.

        A truly scary thought is that these conniving beasts represent who *we* are, as *we* voted them into office, after all. But on closer examination it would seem that voter fraud, election tampering and just plain liars account for most of our “representatives.”

        So what do we do now, besides burning up phone lines? I tried that years ago. His secretary got an earful but that was it. They’re not the ones picking up the phones. Even letters to the editor didn’t make a dent.

        I noticed *then* that something else was afoot. Politicians *used* to care what we think and they would, at minimum, *pretend* to listen. But that ship has sailed. They already know we’re woke ..and THEY DON’T CARE.

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    • bundydad901 says:

      Dan Bishop who was recently voted into the House via District 9 in NC was in the Not Voting column. This after Trump held a rally in NC days before the election to get him over the top in a close election. Not a good sign.
      -Wesley Chapel, NC
      MAGA 2020

      Liked by 1 person

    • I just sent a thank you note to Bill Posey as well.


  2. As my congressman is one of the 129 (disappointing but not surprising), I contacted him this evening. I detailed my displeasure in the vote and shared the fact that the House never voted to authorize a presence in Syria in the first place. I also asked him if he was going to demand a vote be taken for a declaration of war if he thinks it’s that important that we remain there. Will be interesting to hear what kind of “reasons” he provides.

    Also, this just might be the push I need to try to primary him. 😉

    Liked by 14 people

  3. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Despicable…I am glad Sundance posted this so that we all can vent together tonight in the Treehouse. I was fuming all day and it’s no fun fuming at the wall of our house. These 129 Repubs are despicable selfish losers.

    This is further proof that the RINOs are our enemies. The Dems are predictable but the RINOs play the unpredictable game with us. Romney must be laughing now….I can hear the evil laugh.

    May they all lose a year of sleep at night over this stupid and unpatriotic vote. Yes, it is unpatriotic because the Kurds-Syria-Turkey has nothing to do with our Constitution, and they all cost us money with no favor returned and no appreciation.

    President Trump has found a beautiful way to preserve USA and force other countries to be adults and solve their own problems and it is being worked out, but sadly this vote is interfering with the peace process that President Trump and his MAGA Team is working on with this conflict in ME.

    Shame on all these Repubs Know-it-alls (or did some of them also have something to hide, too?)

    Liked by 9 people

    • Raptors2020 says:

      Alinsky Rule 8: keep the pressure on.
      Even the good ones like Nunes and Radcliffe can’t take the constant pressure.
      Our Trump has yet to break under the pressure; that may be the thin red line saving him.
      The Democrats and the Media (I repeat myself) always have a weak case. They don’t care; the pressure is their strategy. CNN talks rubbish day-to-day, that’s not the point. The pressure is the point. The rubbish is filler.

      Apres Trump, les deluge?

      Liked by 3 people

    • I’m thinking that in the end with these yea votes, MONEY is key… to stay in the swamp “effectively” there has to be a ton of money behind you.

      I wonder who holds the strings to those that voted against our President.

      On another note, to me, Nunes has seemed weak/tired or almost “defeated” lately, for a few weeks at least. Hmm…

      Liked by 5 people

  4. King Arthur says:

    Beware the Military Industrial Complex!! How disgusting as Nancy and Schiff-head launch their impeachment to protect Obama’s crony state tactics that these Republicans turn their back on President Trump for more Middle East escapades. Awful funny we always steer clear of the Russians and Chinese and grind it out for DECADES with blood and tears in these brush fire wars. It’s all so clear now, the blinders lifted and the realization we have been hoodwinked by the Republican war monger cash drawer for so long. Until Donald Trump that is….He opened the curtain.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Tiffthis says:

    I emailed my rep- slimy brad Sherman of CA 👎🏼

    Liked by 1 person

    • Amy Lulu says:

      LOL, @Tiffthis — I hear you! He’s dumb as a box of rocks! I’m in worse shape– completely disenfranchised, as I have SCHIFF!!! I even tried to email Leader McCarthy as a despairing Republican, but he only accepts emails from constituents– not too hip, I’m thinking — if I were cCarthy, I’d have an open door policy towards California Republicans. From anywhere. And it should be target Schiff. All the time.

      @Sundance is the only one who has linked Schiff to the slimy Barsoomians (Rosrenstein’s wife, FOIA-blocking specialist Lisa Barsoomian defended Bill Clinton when he was President– Travelgate possibly? The whispers about Schiff and the Ukrainian organiuzed crime connections heated up with the Standard Hotel scandal/ helioipter crash and there were Q mentions as well. The weirdest thing, guys, was I had thought Schiff’s fake whistleblowers was an attempt to get speculation about his relationship with Dem Donor, serial meth killer Ed Buck off the front pages? Even putting the murders aside, that whole underground drug culture in Schiff’s district is really seedy. I wonder if Hunter and Buck ran into each other at parties?

      Advice for Schifty Schiff– better diversify– you can’t beat Trump– we love him. America loves him. I hope he reads @Sundance’s work– I’m sure he does, since Jope DiGenova does… — if, by any chance, you are reading this, Mr. President, WE LOVE YOU. WE PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY EVERY DAY.

      Tom Fitton said President Trump should forbid Schiff from getting classified material — I agree.

      Liked by 2 people

      • fabrabbit says:

        Northern Californian here. District2. Contacted Jared Huffman. Interestingly even though Nan P is House Leader you cannot contact her via email unless you are in her district. I’m out of the country and intentionally not using my phone. But I got to Nunes and Huffman.


  6. NC Patriot says:

    What about the Congress people who just voted to cancel POTUS’ emergency declaration—-that he just had to veto again?

    Liked by 2 people

  7. LBS says:

    I am NOT Republican.
    I am definitely NOT a Democrat.

    I voted for President Trump, and we ARE winning.

    Calls will be made tomorrow morning.

    ‘The mill of God grinds slowly, but it grinds exceedingly fine”

    Liked by 3 people

  8. icanhasbailout says:

    Wrong timing wrong issue.

    House resolution DOES NOT MATTER.

    Bring everything to bear on FISA. That is where our focus needs to be. There is no enemy in the Middle East one hundredth as dangerous to us as our own insurrectionist civil service and their allies in the media and the Democratic Party.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. joeknuckles says:

    I’ll bet everybody here a donut that we are way more worried about this than Trump is himself.

    It’s already baked into the reality he has to deal with, so he’ll just keep moving forward and work it to his advantage somehow. That is, if it wasn’t already part of his plan to begin with.

    Regardless, God is in control. This will work out.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Marc says:

      God gave you a country in which you’re allowed a vote. If every Christian had stayed home and proclaimed “God will work it out” in 2015 then we’d have Pres. Hillary Clinton. People have free will. Politicians on the other hand…

      Liked by 3 people

    • I’m not worried, I’m just pissed again, and it too will be short-lived. I already knew who and what the 129 are all about. So did our VSG President, and yep, you’re right in line with your second paragraph. The in your face vote is infuriating, but only for a moment…

      I see this as how long will we continue to allow them free reign over our President? That’s no different than how we allow them to run roughshod over US. He, is US.

      How long do we remain the “silent majority” instead of becoming many times over more vociferous than the brainwashed idiots that UNIPARTY depend upon for their chaos and “narrative”???

      #TreeperArmy makes sense to me. All Treepers spreading Truth, and the incredible works that appear here from Sundance even further, and much more often…

      Liked by 1 person

  10. US says:

    The action President Trump the Great took was to let the Muslims,fight amongst themselves. Let them have at it and they will never get out of the Stone Age, which is good for US.

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Summer says:

    Aren’t you guys overreacting just a tad?


    • sundance says:

      Yeah, you’re right. It’s not like there’s a fraudulent impeachment underway and this vote by weak republicans only fueling the fire of pelosi’s plans therein…..


      Liked by 21 people

      • Mark L. says:

        Encouraging Pelosi to continue down this dark path may not be a bad thing in the end. Once in the Senate, light can be brought to the seditious actions of the Uniparty.

        Liked by 2 people

        • TigerBear says:

          There’s the rub…..this bogus impeachment will not make it to the senate. We’ve got 13 more months of this game and the end goal isn’t really impeachment but election sabotaging by faux impeachment.

          Wearing down the public where they finally say “Uncle” and ditch President Trump.

          Fortunately for many of us the demons have met our steel will and resolve!! The more they howl the more locked in granite we Trump voters become!

          Just my perception, for what it’s worth. 😁

          Liked by 1 person

          • TigerBear says:

            “Fortunately for many of us the demons have met our steel will and resolve!”

            Should be… “have NOT” met our steel and resolve!

            Fat fingers typing too fast. 🤪


        • fabrabbit says:

          Cannot wait until it gets to the Senate. Fight now….no more kicking the can down the road.


  12. Thrawlbrauna says:

    Thank you! This is the next step!


  13. DebbieSemms says:

    I will be calling and emailing Representative Schweikert to express my displeasure in his betrayal.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Vito Romano says:

      You can call 4′ 10″ Rep Schweikert’s -Scottsdale office (480) 946-2411


    • bentley1blog says:

      Debbie…I too am calling his office today. What a punch in the stomach when I read his name under the “nays”. Our state brought him into office by marching, knocking on doors, stuffing envelopes etc. Unfortunately we trusted him…plain and simple but now we know and hope he is shown the door. Adios loser!


  14. sticknca says:

    Doug LaMalfa has been notified of my displeasure with his YEA vote on 77.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Jase says:

    Sigh, right now I feel it is inevitable that the Republicans will tear him down.
    Then, after six months of President Biden or whatever stiff the Rinos install – Romney or Ryan, probably – with the stock market thru the floor, manufacturing tanking to appease China; American sons lying dead in some shithole nobody but arms manufacturers care about, Americans will sit around saying: ‘Gee, I wish we had somebody who could fix this mess’.

    Liked by 2 people

    • LBS says:

      The UNI-PARTY will try to tear him down, but repeat after me…

      President Trump always wins. ALWAYS!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Judith says:

        Assuming you are correct, what will we do 5 years from now when PDJT is no longer an option? Do you think that swamp can *ever* be drained?

        One of PDJT’s winning foreign policies is bilateral trade resets that *strengthen* foreign governments. His strategies also emancipate nations like Ukraine, and so many others, who have absolutely been terrorized into submission by OUR Deep State.

        I believe support will continue to pour in from some unlikely places in the world, everywhere, it appears, except from our own ignorant countrymen and CHINA.

        America had been on a suicidal course before PDJT stepped into the gap. Other countries, subsumed by New World Order Totalitarians, teetered on the brink of disaster as well. When these countries get a taste of economic freedom, it will be that much harder for Deep State to regain control IMHO.

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  16. DoggyDaddy says:

    Interesting math on that Roll Call vote: there are 435 members of the House, but only 432 are recorded as Yeas, Nays, Voting Present, or Not Voting. In fact, one of the missing three is Pelosi. So who are the other two and why are the missing three not accounted for by the Roll Call log?


  17. LBS says:

    The great LIAR walks the earth, turning even our our families against each other.

    Ephesians 6:12

    “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

    Matthew 10:34-36

    34 “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. 35 For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law. 36 And a person’s enemies will be those of his own household.”


  18. bessie2003 says:

    Email sent to my Representative.
    Told him to STAND. Took several re-writes, wanted to be as succinct as possible. He’s one that has not yet co-sponsored the censure resolution.
    Fingers crossed and prayers that he gets his act together and Stands with the President.
    Noticed he was at the evenings reception at the White House for the Italian President.
    Maybe our VSG-PDJT will have taken the chance to do some politicking with him 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Marc says:

    I see Dan Crenshaw is still a loyal tool to the M.I.C.


  20. Zadig888 says:

    Are those 129 cowards meeting the families that suffer losses of loved ones 7000 miles away in undeclared wars? Do they visit Walter Reed? Dispicable cowards and losers

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Harry says:

    Posted earlier in wrong thread by mistake and hence copied here(pardon). My honest take on this endless war saga:

    One of the drawbacks of statistical analysis is that the accuracy of result depend son the quality of the sample. Considering this analogy, GOP has an ocean of bad samples. For the people it becomes frustrating as they keep swapping variables(congressman/women, senators) in their analysis, the outcome does not change because samples are from the ocean of bad samples. The military industrial complex and other special interest groups are too strong, they are everywhere. Everyone in DC pretends and don’t believe in anything. Thy are driven by their interest.
    Our president is alone int he swamp and that is the bad news for the country. The good news is he is still doing miracle! I am not sure what general voters can do to effectively change this. There is a risk that GOP may lose general election by choosing shallow candidates and removing so called known faces. It is hard to live with such reality. Anyway, this vote will be forgotten tomorrow I think. However, it is frightening to think that such thing might happen in impeachment scenario too. Are they just showing strength to gain leverage from president?


    • Judith says:

      RepubliCONS are absolutely sending a message: They are knee deep in swamp. And if they do *not* share the ideology of neocon warmongers, then somebody obviously has them *all* by the gonads, and they’re squeezing them tight.

      Viewed another way, this vote could be an SOS, a smoke signal: “

      “HALP! We are Republicans who are NOT supposed to do these things! We are obviously under EXTREME duress! SAVE US!”


  22. Deplorable Saint says:

    I wrote my Congressman, Kevin Brady_TX right after a list of names who voted against my wishes, against all Patriots, against my President Trump came out. I told him what I thought of his vote. I write him often to let him know he is not representing his constituents well. I hope gets primaries in his next election. I am fed up with him and the Democrats. And. Hannity treated Scales with kid gloves on his show tonight. As a Veteran I am highly disappointed in Brady, Scalise and all the other traitors. They need to Stand Up for US or resign. Thanks Sundance for leading the flight. I am ready to march on the offices of Congress.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Bigly says:

    My sense is if Pence was in the house he would also vote against trump.

    They always run from a fight (GOP)

    Boggles the mind why/how they could vote to keep 28 troops there when Turkeys army is coming, he’ll or high water. Trump had no choice. Obama’s left behind baggage.

    Trumps advisor to the Middle East – good interview – the GOP are watching fake ABC and other outlets telling us there is a full scale war going on – leading the dumb to conclude trump just started a war.



    • Judith says:

      I don’t watch propaganda news because I like to keep my facts straight and my blood pressure down. So tell me, please, how they can POSSIBLY spin 28 Americans facing NATO’s Turkish army as a positive thing? WHY are we protecting Syria’s border from a NATO member, and not our own border?

      Liked by 1 person

  24. Vito Romano says:

    You can call 4′ 10″ Rep Schweikert’s -Scottsdale office (480) 946-2411


  25. bessie2003 says:

    Questions regarding the resolution that the House passed – it carries no requirement for the President to respond to it does it?

    In other words, it’s like one of those “mood” letters but no teeth since they can’t order the commander-in-chief to commit troops anywhere without an actual formal declaration of war. Right?

    Is this resolution going to be used more like a poll to tell President where he really stands with regards to the, even though it’s phony now, impeachment?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mark L. says:

      My belief is that this resolution is a nothing burger to POTUS. He has no need to check the political weather map. Causes more confusion to Shiff, Schummer and Pelosi.

      Liked by 2 people

  26. janie says:

    I agree with all the outrage about this, and it’s such bad timing for our side not to have a united front. In life we grow stronger however, by critical thinking about our missteps, and since I first heard about the withdrawal, I have felt that the PR and communication from the WH could have been much better and more proactive on this. Someone should have seen the firestorm this would cause, even with some of the regular supporters, because unless you have the deep understanding of the complexities of this issue, at the surface, the optics are easy to misconstrue.

    The challenge is our President has so very much to be thinking about and dealing with already- he is already stretched so thin. Plus he is used to how it is in business, where you can direct people to implement your decision without necessarily having to explain why it’s a good choice, and get their buy in first. At this particular time in the country, in the position he is in vs opposition, some of this I feel could have been avoided by getting out more in front of it the negative momentum that was building. I’m going to go with that Nunes and a couple of those others simply did not understand the background and strategy for the decision. Heck, it was even a little longer than usual for SD to have his great article out, explaining. Again, it shouldn’t have to be this way – PT shouldn’t have to be in the position of defending/explaining/selling what sounds like in the end will be foreign relations gold, if things work out right. Anyway, hopefully SoS Pompeo and VP Pence will expedite that good outcome, because a win here will stand for itself.


    • fabrabbit says:

      You are very kind to give Rep Nunes the benefit of the doubt. He, especially should stand with the President. I let him know I was disappointed as I often let him know I appreciate him. I’m a Californian (sigh) but not in his district.


      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        I’m really upset about Nunes.

        I was in Clovis and a group was protesting in front of his office. I barged right into them and asked what they had against Nunes. I won’t be doing that again!

        Come on, Devin explain yourself!


      • Judith says:

        Nunes is a mystery. Are they holding his family members at gunpoint, like Flynn? This is not as uncommon as one might think. SOROS has already weaponized the state Attorney Generals offices across the country.

        Forget about paid assassins. Lawfare is what really guards the perimeter. Threatening family members with bankruptcy and jail often does the trick.


  27. DesertRain says:

    I’m blessed to be represented by Andy Biggs. Will send a thank you note in the morning.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Thurstan says:

    Our representatives (and I use that term loosely) have just pledged allegiance to the Military Industrial Complex.


  29. Gary Lacey says:

    Most adroit saying is JESUS CHRIST”S “You can’t serve two masters, in this case the Republicans chose the Kurds

    Note that nowhere to be found…….is the AMERICAN People or the soldiers


  30. JunkerGeorg says:

    NeoCons still dominate the GOP. But this has been the case for 30+ years. So I guess 60 nay votes in favor of Trump is a good start, a positive move towards PaleoConservatism. Ok, maybe I’m being too optimistic. But reality is that Trump is a threat to overturn the uniparty apple cart. We shouldn’t be surprised that 128 voted yes against him. This revolution back to more paleoconservatism isn’t going to come overnight. It may take decades.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. William Schneider says:

    I have donated to Nunes campaign recently. I will be notifying him that I will no longer support his campaign since he does not stand with the president when needed. I will also contact other leading
    Rs that betrayed our president

    Liked by 1 person

    • GP says:

      Hi William-I am bitterly disappointed in Nunes. Devin hasn’t quite seemed himself lately


      • Judith says:

        We are in the home stretch to 2020. THIS is when the masks come off, and we see who the RepubliCONS really are.

        Friendly fire is deadly when you don’t see it coming. We must pay attention when they betray themselves to the American people! From this point forward, when they tell you who they are, BELIEVE THEM.


    • William, I also sent a donation to Nunez, and I live in SC! They gladly accepted my money. I doubt they will let me state my disappointment since I’m not a constituent. “Fooled me once…”


  32. T2020 says:

    Thank you, SD. Will share this on social media. And I guarantee from the response, they will all be called. ⭐️👍🏻🇺🇸

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Frank says:

    Doug Collins is mine. I thought he was a reliable MAGA guy. Turns out he was lying about that. What a little two-faced maggot bastard he turned out to be.

    From now until the end of 2024, I won’t vote for anybody that doesn’t have President Trump’s expressed endorsement. We in Georgia remember the last governor’s election. Brian Kemp was trailing until Trump stepped in and said “vote for Brian.” And just like that, we now have Governor Brian Kemp who is doing a fine job for us. I wonder who Trump will endorse to kick Doug Collins’ ass out of office.


  34. L. E. Joiner says:

    I too am surprised that Devin Nunes and other usually stalwart supporters of the President voted for this resolution. My guess is that they were just taken in by the constant drumbeat in the media that “Trump deserted the Kurds.” It was a sentimental vote, not a rational one. As Sundance has pointed out, we’re not leaving the Middle East. Mr Trump is just restructuring our presence there in line with our real interests, which are to protect Israel and to counter Iran. He has long said that Syria is best left to the Russians, who with Assad can keep Iran from taking it over.

    I wouldn’t give up on all the Republicans who voted for the resolution. But I think they need educating on the President’s Middle-East policy. Maybe that’s a job for Mike Pompeo. /LEJ


    • fabrabbit says:

      I am not in Devin’s district but district 2. I periodically let him know I am grateful for his integrity, so I let him know I was disappointed in his vote. A stupid resolution, means nothing but we are watching.

      Liked by 1 person

  35. Masterman says:

    Sharing this post from reddit:

    “Turk here. And no, we don’t like the Kurds, we tolerate them. There’s a big difference. The Kurds are not anyone’s friends, least of all, the Turks’ (or the Americans’, for that matter). They’re tribal, primitive, polygamous, collectivistic and very prolific breeders, especially since Turks are monogamous while the Kurds take multiple undeclared wives and have upwards of 20-40 kids, apiece. We’re as concerned about the demographics of the Kurds as Americans are about Hispanics.

    The Turkish government has to ‘play nice’ with them because Europe has demanded it as a precondition for getting treated like a co-equal, with respect and dignity. But left to their old, Ottoman-era sensibilities, the Turks would rather be rid of them by whatever means it’d take. Why?

    It’s because Turkey has built a magnificent hydroelectric dam on the upper Euphrates that’s currently turning the area around Urfa and Maraș into an agricultural paradise…and the Kurds are coveting it. They’re goading heavily in order to provoke the Turks into a rash retaliation that’ll gain the Kurds sufficient international sympathy to make a play for the region as a concession for their ‘pain and suffering’ at Turkish hands.”

    Liked by 1 person

  36. beach lover says:

    Wow… Elijah Cummings has died. only 68.


  37. timothy says:

    Call them the cowards that they are.
    Article I, Section 8, Clause 11 , The War Powers Clause vests in these girly boys the respinsibility to declare war.

    Vote! for war you spineless ciwards! Vote!

    Until you do we the people condemn you! Shame! Shane! Shane!


  38. Orbanista says:

    I thought I read somewhere that Eisenhower’s original draft read “the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex”.


  39. CC says:

    Kinzinger….et tu Brute?

    Did I read that right? Another Uniparty Rino.

    Don Wade must be flipping in his casket….


  40. Here ohio The Republican who Do Not Stand with President I would Not vote for Them eight,

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Akindole says:

    For Florida, FYI:

    “Republicans Michael Waltz (new; -> DeSantis’s district neocon replacement), Gus Bilkrakis, Ross Spano, Vern Buchanan and Mario Diaz-Balart (SWF amnesty quisling) voted for the resolution.

    Overall, 14 lawmakers did not vote, including Florida Republican Reps. Ted Yoho, Daniel Webster and Francis Rooney, and Democrat Al Lawson.”


  42. fabrabbit says:

    Ok, I contacted my representative. Jared Huffman, 2nd district, California. Generally a waste of time but I did it. Since I often email Devin Nunes to thank him for his integrity I also let him know I was disappointed.

    Thanks for the call to action, Sundance.


    • CountryDoc says:

      Hope his death doesn’t start a rallying call for the Dems to make Washington DC a state. That would give 2 dem senators, and who knows how many reps.

      He was not a rational man, blind in his perspective of the purpose of the government and representation of voters. Blind in his respect for the law.


  43. Gary Lacey says:

    So who are they representing, it certainly wasn’t their constituents?
    Yes, Trump said he was going to drain the swamp…….however, he wasn’t talking about instilling backbones in republicans, he presumed they had backbones?!


  44. Conservative_302 says:

    Now we also know the uni party has no issue sending our precious sons and daughters into war that have nothing to do with protecting America. Kill them, maim them, psychologically hinder them for the rest of their lives, the uni party sleeps well at night. Every life, especially soldiers lives are the most precious and should be protected. A vote against Trump is a cote against us. I stand with Trump and my support gets stronger every day. Each day he is peeling another layer off the rotten onion which is our government exposing their greed and evil. God is with us, and since God is with us, who can be against us? No one. God bless Trump, us, and America. I pray we get out of Afghanistan, too.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. dd_sc says:

    Rep. Gabbard didn’t vote. Out of town?

    Missed her chance to back her rhetoric with some action.

    My rep (Wilson, SC) voted with the Dems. Big disappointment last few years.


  46. CountryDoc says:

    Can we make a list of those by state that voted against with the phone numbers so we can contact them. Only the list of those supporting the president (the nays on the censure) listed phone numbers for the washington offices. Glad to see my congressman voted for POTUS and against the resolution

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Abster says:

    There are a lot of wolves in sheep’s clothing. I’m shocked at Nunes and several others who did not stand with President Trump. I wonder if they are now signaling they will no longer support our President or his agenda. Trust no one! President Trump is truly a one man show. These people seriously want him gone. Pray hard for President Trump and contact your reps.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. spoogels says:

    ‘Not afraid of burning in hell’: Ron Reagan atheist ad airs in Dem debate
    Limbaugh: ‘It may be one of the most perfect ad placements in the history of advertising!’


    Liked by 1 person

  49. farrier105 says:

    Here is what you need to ask anyone who is suddenly worried about the Kurds.

    1. Before we send troops to fight the Turks in Syria, Congress better figure out what they are going to do about US personnel stationed in Incirlik Airbase in Turkey. That is OUR base IN Turkey. If we start fighting in Syria, that base will be attacked immediately.

    2. Why did the Congress not bring up the reductions in US force levels in Syria to provide a REAL deterrent to Turkish aggression? How could 100 scattered Special Forces troops do to stop such an invasion? Here are the resources that would be required:

    A. At least two divisions, complete with armor, tactical air support, artillery support, and specialized troops such as medical, headquarters, combat engineers, and military police. Turkey has the advantage of shorter interior lines, so supplies would have to be in place to defend those areas of Syria with contingency plans for resupply by air, if possible. Control of the skies is in question as Turkey, again, is closer to Syria and has a US equipped air force ready to provide air cover for an invasion.

    B. The US military has ammunition and spare parts problems. Lindsey Graham wants to deploy them, but refuses to adequately equip them, apparently.

    C. The guarding of all of the Al Qaeda/ISIS detention camps cannot be achieved by 100 special forces troops. This is one reason why military police were mentioned in paragraph A. We have no MPs in Syria, only 100 special forces troops. If guarding the ISIS detainees, who USED TO WORK FOR US, is our military’s responsibility, where were the resources to achieve that objective?

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