Mitch McConnell Joins Nancy Pelosi – The UniParty is Alive and Thriving…

I often wonder when will the majority of Americans wake up to the concept of the UniParty.  There is only one political ideology within the institutional construct of Washington DC.   We did not have two parties until President Donald Trump showed up.

Mitch McConnell joins in Uniparty alignment with Nancy Pelosi.

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Other than President Trump, approximately half of America doesn’t have a representative voice in Washington DC.  It is very frustrating.

We cannot say we were not warned [ SEE HERE ] it was obvious immediately after the Democrats won the House in 2018 that McConnell was breathing a sigh of relief.  [Also a reminder: the SSCI doesn’t run an operation against the President and the Leader of the Senate not know about it.]

Through his power structure McConnell directly controls about 8 to 15 republican senators; we have called them “The Decepticons” for years. [Cornyn, Thune, Porter, Blunt, Portman, Burr, Barasso, Crapo, Murkowski, Gardner, Roberts, Sasse, Tillis, Rubio, Graham and now Romney]

McConnell has a well-used playbook he deploys to retain power at all costs and select candidates that will be indebted to his Senate schemes. Senate candidate Doug Collins is up against the same Mitch McConnell machine readers here are very familiar with.

To remind ourselves how Minority and Majority Senator McConnell took down the threat of the Tea Party revisit these old articles CNN Part I and CNN Part II  both showcase how McConnell works.   Then do some research on how McConnell worked with Haley Barbour in Mississippi [SEE HERE].

Remember October last year?

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announcee his resolution warning President Trump not to remove troops from Syria or Afghanistan.  [Not coincidentally the two countries visited by Speaker Pelosi and Adam Schiff the prior weekend.]


Of course the obvious, albeit unwritten “or else” part, was McConnell threatening to join with with Senator Lindsey Graham and support President Trump’s impeachment.

Of course this comes on the heels of Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announcing he was  “especially proud” of passage for his amendments requiring the U.S. military to continue operations in Afghanistan and Syria:

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The bill passed 77-yea, 23-nea.  [Vote Tally Here] The only Republican who voted against perpetual war in the middle east and supported President Trump was Rand Paul.

Every time this happens victims of battered conservative syndrome start a process of reconciling the reason for their abuse by excusing and justifying their abuser, Mitch McConnell.

There are massive numbers of Republicans who view Senate Majority Mitch McConnell as a brilliant strategist and staunch supporter of President Trump. Unfortunately, those voices once again have to reconcile McConnell’s comprehensive failure on any President Trump priority action.  McConnell even negotiated for less border security.

For those who follow the deep weeds of politics, McConnnell’s schemes are brutally transparent. For the remaining 97% of the voting electorate, they still don’t understand how the UniParty works. Decepticon leader McConnell doesn’t want the American electorate to see purchased senate republicans voting NO on border security.

Consider Senator Mitch McConnell telling the President of the United States that he had “excessive expectations” because President Trump doesn’t understand how things are done around here:

“A Congress goes on for two years. Part of the reason I think that the storyline is that we haven’t done much is because, in part, the president and others have set these early timelines about things need to be done by a certain point.”

“Our new president, of course, has not been in this line of work before, and I think had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the Democratic process.”

~ Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell

That rebuke irked President Trump, as it should.  President Trump responded via twitter: “I don’t think so”…

McConnell must preserve the trough – Corporations (special interest group) write the legislation. Lobbyists take the law and go find politician(s) to support it. Politicians get support from their peers using tenure and status etc. Eventually, if things go according to norm, the legislation gets a vote.

Within every step of the process there are expense account lunches, dinners, trips, venue tickets and a host of other customary financial way-points to generate/leverage a successful outcome. The amount of money spent is proportional to the benefit derived from the outcome.

When a House or Senate member becomes educated on the intent of the legislation, they have attended the sales pitch; and when they find out the likelihood of support for that legislation; they can then position their own (or their families) financial interests to benefit from the consequence of passage. It is a process similar to insider trading on Wall Street, except the trading is based on knowing who will benefit from a legislative passage.

The legislative construct passes from K-Street into the halls of congress through congressional committees. The law originates from the committee to the full House or Senate. Committee seats which vote on these bills are therefore more valuable to the lobbyists. Chairs of these committees are exponentially more valuable.

Now, think about this reality against the backdrop of the 2016 Presidential Election. Legislation is passed based on ideology. In the aftermath of the 2016 election the system within DC was not structurally set-up to receive a Donald Trump presidency.

If Hillary Clinton had won the election, her Oval Office desk would be filled with legislation passed by congress which she would have been signing. Heck, she’d have writer’s cramp from all of the special interest legislation, driven by special interest groups that supported her campaign, that would be flowing to her desk.


Simply because the authors of the legislation, the originating special interest and lobbying groups, were spending millions to fund her campaign. Hillary Clinton would be signing K-Street constructed special interest legislation to repay all of those donors/investors.

Congress would be fast-tracking the passage because the same interest groups also fund the members of congress.

President Donald Trump winning the election threw a monkey wrench into the entire DC system…. In early 2017 the modern legislative machine was frozen in place.

The “America First” policies represented by candidate Donald Trump were not within the legislative constructs coming from the K-Street authors of the legislation. There were no MAGA lobbyists waiting on Trump ideology to advance legislation based on America First objectives.

As a result of an empty feeder system, in early 2017 congress had no bills to advance because all of the myriad of bills and briefs written were not in line with President Trump policy. There was simply no entity within DC writing legislation that was in-line with President Trump’s America-First’ economic and foreign policy agenda.

McConnell has a history of getting caught in his schemes. However, fortunately for him people also have a tendency to forget [see McConnell’s scheme in the Mississippi 2014 Cochran race as an example].  Almost no-one remembers that U.S. Senator Jim DeMint, the founder of the Senate Conservative Fund, quit the Senate specifically because of the schemes and internal Machiavellian power moves of Mitch McConnell.

Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has one major career alliance that has been unbroken and unchanged for well over two decades.  That alliance is with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and specifically with CoC President Tom Donohue.  [SEE HERE and SEE HERE].

If the president continues to remain focused exclusively on what is in the U.S. best interests, he must be stopped. Politicians in DC cannot just sit-by and allow the U.S. economy to be based on the interests of Americans; it would mean the destruction of years of central planning by DC Lobbyists, multinational banks, Wall Street and multinational corporations.

Familiar faces, perhaps faces you previously thought were decent, are now revealing their alignment with larger entities that are our abusers.  The ‘America First’ economy and Trump-trade doctrine upsets the entire construct of this multinational export/control dynamic. Team Trump focus exclusively on bilateral trade deals, with specific trade agreements targeted toward individual nations (not national corporations).

‘America-First’ is also specific policy at a granular product level looking out for the national interests of the United States, U.S. workers, U.S. companies and U.S. consumers.

Additionally, under President Trump’s Trade positions, balanced and fair trade with strong regulatory control over national assets, exfiltration of U.S. national wealth is essentially stopped.  This approach put many current multinational corporations, globalists who previously took a stake-hold in the U.S. economy with intention to export the wealth, in a position of paying for interest of an asset they can no longer exploit.

Perhaps now we understand better how massive multi-billion multinational corporations and institutions are aligned against President Trump. Congress does not write laws or legislation, special interest groups do. Lobbyists are paid, some very well paid, to get politicians to go along with the need of the legislative group.

When we are voting for a Congressional Rep or a U.S. Senator we are not voting for a person who will write laws. Our rep only votes on legislation to approve or disapprove of constructs that are written by outside groups and sold to them through lobbyists who work for those outside groups.

While all of this is happening the same outside groups who write the laws are providing money for the campaigns of the politicians they need to pass them. This construct sets up the quid-pro-quo of influence, although much of it is fraught with plausible deniability.

Politicians like Mitch McConnell are not happy without their indulgences, but the issue is actually bigger.  Less K-Street expenditure also means less personal benefit; and worse still, no opportunity to advance financial wealth from the insider trading system.

His primary worry has passed.  There’s no reason to play nice.  Mitch McConnell will now undermine President Trump with greater visibility.  It has nothing to do with the wearing of a mask per se’, the issue is much more foundational.

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442 Responses to Mitch McConnell Joins Nancy Pelosi – The UniParty is Alive and Thriving…

  1. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    Stop complying, Stop being the sheep they expect to continue to be.
    #Trump2020 Silent and Compliant NO MORE.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Contrarymary says:

      I’ve refused to wear one and it’s up to my customers whether they wear one, but many of the companies in town are requiring them for their employees. How do the employees resist?
      Mitch made it clear he wants to pass another omnibus and wants to include in the bill that employers can’t be sued for anything covid related. I would assume this would mean the employees can’t sue their employers when they get sick from wearing the mask. Where is osha on this matter? They are suppose to be all about the health and safety of workers. I see many of the employees of the big box stores, such as Costco, running around their stores sweating and breathless because of the unhealthy masks. My heart goes out to them, but good ol Mitch doesn’t want them to be able to sue for the right to breath freely.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Dabigragu says:

        OSHA has recently changed their recommendation on mask use. They’ve become politically complicit. Just as they and EPA did during the 9/11/2001 Twin Towers rescue and clean up.

        Liked by 4 people

      • enzoandlolo says:

        One way I’ve heard to resist is the American Disability Act of 1990 amended in 2009. If you read it, Subsection III protects the right to buy and sell for those who have a disability which can be defined very loosely in this legislation, such as getting angry, anxious or having difficulty breathing wearing a mask. I have a copy I bring with me everywhere. So far, have been able to enter stores.

        Liked by 3 people

      • buzzybee says:

        And what Mitch is forgetting is that the masks do not stop the virus. The work like a cyclone fence holding back mosquitos. Even the boxes state they do not stop Covid-19. At least some of the boxes. I’m trying to find one with that label since stores in our state are getting more due to recent dictator (governor Brown) order in Oregon.

        While I don’t care to comply, I don’t care to get arrested or fined either. We are still researching recently passed legislation. Likely I’ll just get a face shield for now until we can get rid of this governor. McConnel’s tweet does NOT help us at the state level. Had one customer in a store steer her cart around me like I had leprosy because I wasn’t wearing a mask. Maybe I shouold write Mitch a note.


    • buzzybee says:

      Well, Deborah, apparently you live in South Dakota with a good governor. Easy in that state. Try not complying in a state like California or Washington or Oregon or Michigan. While I’m unhappy with many of my fellow citizens, I also understand how difficult it is to live under a tyrannical governor.

      So I’m trying not to scold people. All it does is divide further. We need to unite, not divide. McConnell’s tweet, and his previous behavior, is an example of the reason for it.


      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        BLM has already proven that it takes a big group of resisters. As much as I hate to say it, the right needs to learn from the left or we will loose this war.


  2. Nobody says:

    I’ll just say no to the American hijab.

    A strategic loss of ChiCom Mitch’s Senate seat should be seriously considered to remove both the CoC & Mitch. Helping Doug Collins win in GA would be a great 2nd slap in the Turtle’s face. I donated at

    Obviously a primary loss would have been preferable but…it didn’t happen. Let’s Eric Cantor Mitch.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. Got243kids says:

    I’m not wearing a “Pie Hole Bikini”… EVER. Mitch.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Cynthia says:

      Me neither. “They” say it is to protect other people, but if other people ARE wearing masks then how could they be affected by me not wearing one . . .? I refuse to patronize any business that requires customers to wear masks.

      Liked by 2 people

      • buzzybee says:

        Great point, Cynthia. I’m just curious… what happens if ALL businesses require customers to wear masks? And we’re in a blue state, so I’m out-numbered by morons. It’s also a recent edict statewide by governor. To buy time, I’m thinking of getting a face shield. I can’t breathe in a mask.

        I bought a package of masks from Freddie’s last night for $14.99, mainly so I could have the package label to show people; “Made Responsibly in China”. Also “Designed in Portland, OR”. So some people are making money on the fear mongering.

        This is not an easy situation to deal with in our state and nation. Mitch’s tweet makes it even worse.


  4. icndark says:

    I’d like to encourage everyone here to begin referring to the WuFlu as I recently have. I’ve begun to refer to it as “Cooties”. It’s nearly as imaginary and only twice as fatal as Cooties. And as such; Circle, circle. Dot, dot. Now you’ve had your cooties shot!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. coldanger says:

    This story right here is what terrifies me. The republicants, like McConnell, don’t want to see another 4 years of PT any more than the dems. I’m expecting a bitter violent election battle, evil forces converging and more fraudulent voting than all of history combined. Apocalyptic in every sense of the word…

    Liked by 7 people

    • buzzybee says:

      If McConnell doesn’t want another 4 years of PDJT, then that means he supports having a communist America. Either that or he’s a moron in denial.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Kaybee says:

    The turtle has kept his head tucked in for a long time, but this is why I personally could never quite bring myself to celebrate when McConnell took some “great Conservative stand” on an issue. Same thing with Graham – sounds great for long stretches but every now and then we get a reminder of what they were about before Trump was elected.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Michael Jones says:

    Looks like we’re gonna need a lot more rope than I expected.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. I agree about McConnell, but disagree on wearing a mask.

    I don’t understand the problem with wearing a mask. I go to grocery store, put on mask, shop, remove mask. If there is a chance it might keep me or someone else from getting covid-19, it’s a small price to pay.

    The countries that have the best results for controlling the spread of Covid-19 all ask their citizens to wear a mask.

    Trump should have fired Fauci when he lied to the American people about the benefit of wearing a mask.


    • Southern Trumpette says:

      It isn’t about the virus. It’s about how obedient we are to authority. Just say “no” to wearing mask.

      Liked by 1 person

    • buzzybee says:

      It’s not about the virus. I’ve done enough research to see that tests produce false positives. There are other problems with truth in this pandemic.

      It’s about WHO decides whether to wear a mask. It should be a PERSONAL decision (freedom of choice) NOT a GOVERNMENT decision. Also, the masks do NOT stop the virus anyway. Someone should tell Mitch.

      I don’t wear one because I can’t breathe with it and I have sinus issues. Those who are already sick should stay home. Mask will make sick person sicker. It’s a false solution and placebo for many.


  9. TwoLaine says:

    Go ahead Mitch, you all wear your burglar/robber masks. We all know you all are anyway. Now at least you all admit it.

    Us, we’re not burglars/robbers. We are Americans and will deal with the virus as we always have, on our own. We’ll do just fine without them.

    Liked by 1 person

    • buzzybee says:

      Burglar/robber mask certainly fitting for Nancy. My bank has a sign asking customers to remove their mask when they enter the lobby. Duh! Someone should inform busy body Mitch. His tweet reveals his jackass tendencies.

      Liked by 2 people

  10. TwoLaine says:

    BTW, are these the same people who refused the testing President TRUMP offered them?


  11. nessimmersion says:

    Please disseminate more widely.
    If you think muzzles help you are being played:


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