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. Magabear says:

    How about no stigma from NOT wearing a mask?

    If turtles are fearful of leaving their shell, they can always stay inside them. 🐢

    Liked by 16 people

    • Yes, I feel stigmatized for not wearing a mask…remains to be seen if I can buy food this week.

      Liked by 1 person

      • piper567 says:

        littleflower, my go-to produce and deli haunt just put up this sign:
        “The State of WA requires wearing a mask in all Public Spaces. THIS is a Public Space.”
        There is no alternative to this shop…and since I had no mask, I drove home.
        Do no know how long people will put up with this charade.

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        • Well in NC there are two outs; can keep 6 ft away or have medical reason. There must be a medical reason in WA…they cannot ask what it is…privacy issues.


        • Ono says:

          I live in Rural SoCal. I wear a cowboy hat and a scarf when I shop or go into businesses.

          I have been approached a few times for not wearing a mask. I simply tip my white hat, and pull up my stars and stripes scarf until Karen the hall monitor goes upon her way then lower it down!

          White hat report 48…

          Perhaps a lot of tin foil around these days but far less than eight years ago.

          I refuse to wear a post office Burka.


      • republicanvet91 says:

        Yeah, I didn’t serve years in the military, particularly in a nation where women were required to cover their entire bodies except for a slit for them to see through, so you could feel stigmatized for not wearing a rag on your face!

        Cowboy the eff up and act like you are a free American! Go to that location and push them on why you are required to wear a rag on your face! Demand to know what criteria they are using to force their fellow Americans to submit to this crap! Ask them if they will provide medical services if you flop on the floor because you cannot breathe through the mask they mandate.

        Whether you choose to go into that establishment or not, PUSH THEM on what they are demanding you do!

        PUSH THEM on why they are refusing your ability to buy food, then plan on going elsewhere if they insist on their nitwittery!


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    • billinlv says:

      Congress is the real stigma on America….an indelible mark of failure. McConnell, Pelosi, the entire congress are the problem, not the solution.

      Liked by 5 people

  2. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  3. Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

    The road to shariah is paved with covid masks.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. Thurstan says:

    Media elites and well-heeled illuminati are the new Politburo.

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  5. patti says:

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  6. Old Buffalo says:

    Every box of masks has this disclaimer:

    The mask is not intended for medical use, and not proven to reduce the transmission of disease.

    So what are we wearing them for, again,.?

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Because the Democrats are making us wear them.

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    • Phil Bacon says:

      What is the safe distance? 6 ft.

      Nothing is more ridiculous that seeing some dude jogging alone wearing a mask. And they’re all over. Even Joe Biden, more than 6 ft. from anyone, keeps his mask in place.

      It’s the new “style”…without any substance, a dance without any rhythm, a gesture to mob mentality.

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    • You are being forced to wear them to condition you for forced vaccines.

      I found out today that I am required to submit to a COVID test in order to keep my job. It is REQUIRED. The fact that I work from home is not a consideration. The real insult is that you must sign a waiver indicating that you are voluntarily taking the test even though there is nothing voluntary about it.

      So, to keep my job I signed up to take the test. In order to do that I had to provide all my PII data to some outfit that I have no knowledge of. I wonder what they’ll do when they find out that 999-99-9999 is not a real SSN.

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      • Rileytrips says:

        The Governor of Alabama states today that all college undergraduates returning to campus this fall in AL, MUST be tested for COVID 19. I have triplet rising sophomores in universities here. They are not happy. I don’t know if we have to pay for this, either, but probably so.

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        • Triplets in college? You survived triplet teenagers? Congratulations.
          I’m wondering if the you must be tested paradigm is a dictate from the insurance companies that are in bed with those that provide the testing. I believe, as always, that you can follow the money to see what is really happening.

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  7. Olorin says:

    McConnell needs to go.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Bec74 says:

    I just saw a gentleman walking through the supermarket in Northern Westchester County NY wearing a face mask with the Gadsden flag on it.

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    • So what? He was still complying. He could always wear a sign on his back, but of course he would not do that…

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    • piper567 says:

      Bec74, it’s possible he could not shop w/o a mask. I was just turned away from a produce/deli store I have frequented for 30 yrs…no mask, no entry. I am in WA State, where our commie Gov has mandated masks in all Public Places.

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      • offtv says:

        @piper, are you close enough to cross the border and shop in Idaho?

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      • Debra says:

        Tell the mask nazis that you obey laws — you do not kowtow to ORDERS made without Constitutional authority.

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        • I’ve read that you can refuse to wear a mask if it interferes with your health. HIPPA prevents anyone from asking you what your condition is that allows you to refuse.

          I refuse because wearing a mask, after about 5 min, makes me dizzy. So, no mask.

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          • Rileytrips says:

            Some people I know have an allergic reaction to wearing a mask – they break out in a rash.

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          • Risa says:

            This works.

            If the Door Nazi at Costco says,”Ma’am, masks are required”, I smile and say I have a medical condition which precludes me wearing a mask.

            If the conversation goes any further, mention the HIPPA medical privacy law.

            Get creative if you want to. Might as well get some giggles out of the ridiculousness of the times we are living through.

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            • texasooz57 says:

              Door Nazi: “Ma’am, masks are required.”
              Me: “Can’t wear one. I have a medical condition.”
              Door Nazi: “What is it?”
              Me: “Well, you aren’t suppose to ask me that. HIPPA, you know…But, I’ll just say, a rash.”
              Door Nazi: “Oh…well, in that case, 6 foot social distance, please.”

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        I have to wear it in the grocery store and the beer store (they’re separate here). That’s it. I feel sorry for people who have to wear them all the time, like the people who work at the supermarket and in other places.

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        • steph_gray says:

          To those of you just entering the phase when you have to wear them to shop for food (blue MA has been in this mess for weeks and weeks now), a couple of tips:

          You have to wear them to get into the store. But while in the store I pull mine down below my nose so I can breathe for most of the time, pull it almost off to speak to anyone, and occasionally let it hang on one ear. No one has ever challenged me on these actions.

          In fact I’ve gotten more consistent about exposing my nose and enjoying the likelihood that Karens all around me think I don’t know how to wear it.


  9. Why the hell did Trump put Mrs. Turtle in his Cabinet?

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    • 2zymos says:

      ++24/7/365 no-warrant-required monitoring: that’s the reason for many “odd” appointments.
      Condition of (commission, oath, access to government (classified) info, use of government communications) service is consent to monitoring. This has been the case from “the start” of the intelligence effort [continuing] on/against the deep state.

      Time for more people to know about “this”.

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  10. Elric VIII says:

    This article should be required reading before anyone is allowed to vote.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Sherri Young says:

    Dallas County is Blue. I did not need to tell you.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. rarcangelo says:

    Folks, PLEASE read this…begging you…this is an important article and undercuts the entire premise for the pandemic….

    Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      There is a linked article in that one on how the quick tests result in fake pandemics. It is almost like Fauci knew exactly how to do this.

      Faith in Quick Test Leads to Epidemic That Wasn’t

      “”There are no national data on pseudo-epidemics caused by an overreliance on such molecular tests, said Dr. Trish M. Perl, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins and past president of the Society of Health Care Epidemiologists of America. But, she said, pseudo-epidemics happen all the time.””


  13. JW says:

    It becomes more apparent every day that the ballot box is failing us. With the introduction of unlimited mail-in voting, our 2020 election will be no better than any third world country. The Democrats will put the “fix” in.

    The bullet box may become the only viable option to save America.

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  14. Sentient says:

    Speaking of Uniparty A-Holes, look what this guy had to say. And to think he used to head the GOP! For the record, I don’t for one second believe that Russia paid bribes to Afghanis to kill Americans. First, a lot of Pashtuns would do it for free, so it would be a waste of money. Second, the fact that US and UK “intelligence” is behind this story is precisely why I don’t believe any of it. Don’t for one second think that Gina Haspel wouldn’t do her part to help oust President Trump. Evil witch.

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    • Joebkonobi says:

      I certainly wish Michael Steele a warm reception in Hell! Fvcking traitor!

      Liked by 2 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      michael steel put a bounty on every american loving American – and let the covid thing being an excuse to let antifa wear a mask to Murder us.

      we had a law against mask in public earlier…. THEY FOUND THE WORK AROUND
      Lets play byy their rules!!!!!!!!

      start shaming them .
      TELL PEOPLE YOU MEET – Michael Steele put a bounty on American Heads and is complicit in innocent people being murdered in riots


    • Right Mover says:

      Michael Steele used to be the head of the RNC.
      So did Reince Priebus.
      Remind me again why we should be trusting Ronna McDaniel, Mitt Romney’s niece and the current RNC chair?

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  15. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • hawkins6 says:

      Given the unprecedented millions of people being forced or shamed into wearing masks, I wonder if future class action lawsuits in litigious America will be forthcoming for people that develop serious and terminal lung ailments. Some slick lawyers might blame the lung problems on the enforced, long term inhalation of fibers from some of the many masks on the market from foreign and domestic manufacturers.

      Of course not, say the sage politicians and authoritarian Judges. The particles being inhaled are perfectly safe and invigorating even during long term use of cloth masks made of colored textile fibers and the synthetic plastic polypropylene used in most masks as well as the N-95’s polyproylene for the filter medium, polyurethane for the nose foam and polyisoprone for the valve diaphragm particles.

      Breathe through a mask for weeks or months like your Governor orders and all will be well.

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      • That’s what I have been saying….there is going to be lung disease in people forced to wear these things (like employees…) and many are made in China. These people who wear these are crazy. What would happen if all the Walmart employees tore off their masks and refused to wear them?

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    • Cathead says:

      I live in NC and our governor mandated everyone wear a mask. Many sheriffs have stated they will not enforce. I will not be a sheep therefor no mask for me. I have entered several stores stating masks are required but I don’t care and I don’t follow the arrows on the floor either. Pushback folks. That’s all they understand.

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  16. JMP says:

    Why is his wife in Trump’s cabinet? Besides that she/he don’t deserve it, she’s privy to inside info, knowledge of which going to her husband is detrimental to the President.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. crikey9 says:

    Pence, Birx appeal ‘to every Texan’ to wear a mask after state’s positivity rate triples in one month

    We here know that the Texas positive rate is being artificially inflated to maximize the hysteria surrounding “the number” two nurses were amazed that every swab they sent in came back as positive for corona. So they made up a patient name and submitted a clean swab ….and voila it was positive. Pence travelling to Texas with Birx tells you he is SWAMP and dangerous to TRUMP

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  18. JBird says:

    Wait, I thought it was “my body, my choice.” Not this time?

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  19. We all know the expression “a mountain to die on” and what it means in terms of politics.
    I have been politically active in my state for many years and fought some pretty tough battles successfully, some not so much.
    Based on everything I am seeing go down in the last week or so regarding the masks of submission, aka the Muzzles, I am willing to say that this is going to be my “mountain to die on”. I just hope it is metaphorically!
    Be that as it may- this is the most important battle of the war that we are in to date.
    Even though Killer Cuomo’s and the other tyrants’ orders are illegal and unconstitutional, it doesn’t matter- they are being enforced by the police- at least out of NYC.
    I expect that within the next few weeks we are going to see mandatory mask laws WITH HEAVY PENALTIES FOR REFUSING TO WEAR THEM.
    Now we are all just like the Jews in Nazi Germany. Except the muzzles are WORSE than the yellow Star of David.
    Where TF are all the lawyers who should be suing the hell our of these criminal governors??

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    • lorenetn says:

      I agree. If we don’t stop it NOW with these ridiculous and dangerous mask “mandates” where will we stop? ID chip, anyone (mark of the beast).

      Liked by 1 person

      • jebg46 says:

        Those chips could be dangerous. Is it possible for chips to have hidden codes that could hurt our health? No way will this old granny allow a chip even if they threaten to terminate my Medicare and social security. A mask that can be loose enough to keep my chin free so I can breath while buying food once a month is one thing but a permanent chip will never happen. Live free or die.


    • lorenetn says:

      I agree. If we don’t stop it NOW with these ridiculous and dangerous mask “mandates” where will we stop? ID chip, anyone (mark of the beast).


    • lorenetn says:

      I agree. If we don’t stop it NOW with these ridiculous and dangerous mask “mandates” where will we stop? ID chip, anyone (mark of the beast).

      Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      “Where TF are all the lawyers who should be suing the hell our of these criminal governors??”

      Good question.

      Our Lt. Governor is trying to sue our NC Governor in his official capacity, but it requires him to first go to the AG, who of course wrote all the unconstitutional EOs. Other than that, crickets.

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      • Right Mover says:

        Considering how many lawyers are committed leftists themselves, I don’t know if we should be counting on them as any kind of silver bullet for this tyranny.


    • Well, I saw Dan Forest on Fox Business and he said it was a “philosophical” question as to whether the governor could shut down certain businesses (ie bars and gyms). Pretty weak and not at all impressive. We need some liberty minded attorneys in this state.

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    • That’s what I fear…right now in NC the burden of enforcement is n the businesses…I will find out on Wed and Thursday if I can eat.

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      • little flower- you are right- so far they are putting the burden on the restaurant owners and business owners to do the enforcement.
        But from what I am seeing even in my area of NY, the small business owners are so desperate that some of them are starting to ignore “offenders”.
        Don’t forget that these poor people have lost 3 months of business and are just trying to recover.
        Now they are being threatened with another lockdown on top of all the other hoops they have to jump through.
        The muzzles are just the icing on the cake.


        • That’s what I am thinking….if you are a business owner and your business has been shut down and you need business…are you going to turn away a customer? If you are, then you can go out of business for all I care.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Small businesses and restaurants are, in my experience, happy to look away a bit.

            The grocery stores have never been out of business for an instant and probably made a killing in the beginning. They are dicier. But even they are getting more relaxed in my area – pretty much everyone ignores the arrows now, for example. This is not a natural state of things and we need to observe and encourage human nature wherever possible…


    • Irisheyes says:

      My “Warren wanna be” governor, Laura Kelley, just gave the edict that masks will be mandatory in my state of Kansas as of this Friday. (Hmm….just as the July 4th weekend starts! Any coincidence there? Oh, surly not !). No data supports this. I have no idea how my republican state will react to this democrap’s order, but sadly I feel my area is distinctly Sheeple territory.

      My level of disdain for her knows no bounds. I’m sure the democrap order has gone out to all the dem govs to ramp this up, especially as old turtle-boy Mitch is now solidly making it known he’s on the bandwagon.

      I’m debating between 1) no mask, 2) a super thin scarf cut into a “harem veil” with beads on the open bottom or 3) a TRUMP mask worn under my nose. Or maybe I’ll just alternate all three options.

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  20. littleanniesfannie says:

    So Mitch, are you personally guaranteeing that EVERyONE who wears a mask will not get coronavirus? To date, I have not found a single medical expert willing to back that statement up with their reputation. Just wondering if you and your sweet Nancy will go on tv together and promise to resign if a single mask wearing American comes down with Corona/WuFlu?

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  21. Dutchman says:

    GLAD to see this article, and its about a lot more than the damn masks.
    Point One; There is no way experienced swamp creatures like McCabe, Comey, Meuller etc. either came up with, or would seriously consider playing a central role in the Coup attempt (muh Russia) without;
    A) Realising that it would all be for nought, with a Republican majority House, as perception-wise there is no way a Republican House could initiate Impeachment against a sitting Republican POTUS. SO, in order for the Insurance policy to go forward, it INCLUDED and DEPENDED on a turnover of the House.
    B) KNOWING, not thinking, or hoping, but KNOWING that if “it all went off the rails” that Republican Congressional leadership would give the coupists “cover” by blocking any investigation of the coup.

    And the ONLY way to have such confidence, is COMPLICITY; hence it is logical Congressional Republicons Ryan ans McConnell and their decepticons were NOT passive witnesses to the Coup, but were in on it from the beginning.

    This explains Ryans otherwise inexplicable gifting of the House to Nancy;
    It was like a wrestling “tag-team”; “Over to you Nancy; you do what I can’t be percieved as doing!”

    And, it explains Mitch leading the Decepticons in a rousing rendition of “Muellers an HONORABLE (?) man, his investigation MUST continue!”

    And, as the Ratcliffe/Grennell situation has made clear, McConnell has been using the confirmation process to DICTATE to PDJT WHO he can,…AND CAN NOT HAVE, in his administration, and he has been shoving anti-MAGA people at him, right and left.

    So, given all that, the reason why we can NOT hold out hope of convictions for the coupists coming from Barr/Durham, is because PDJT didn’t nominate Barr for AG; McConnell and Bush did!

    Would McConnell confirm an A.G. who would seriously prosecute the coupists who, if faced with SERIOUS jailtime would surely “flip”, when the trail would ultimately lead to McConnell and Ryan?

    Of COARSE not! Ergo, Barr is “Bondo Barr”, and Durham is “Bullsh*t Durham.

    Its only logical, when you set aside what you WANT to be ‘true’, so that you can see what IS true.

    And the true enemy of US, of MAGA and of PDJT is Mitch and his gang of Decepticons running the Senate.

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  22. leftistRdum says:

    I hate do nothing career politicians and he is the prime example.. This man has been in power for decades as our country steadily lurches left and that’s what he will be remembered for … A fraud, phony, POS little man..


  23. dufrst says:

    I’ve said we need to form a new political party because the lines are no longer conservative vs liberal (never has been btw) or Democrats vs GOP (once upon a time this was so). The line is between Globalists and nationalists. The Uniparty are the globalist. We need a political party to counter this, of all whose interests are in preserving America!

    So we need the American Party. Call it whatever you want but the essence has to be America First! We are definitely not represented in Washington right now beyond Donald Trump. I fear for our country post Trump. I hope Trump after he’s re-elected initiates this new political party.

    It’s time for the GOP and Dems to formally merge and it’s time for the American party to take root with its coalition of Christians, labor unions, blacks, Hispanic and white working class folk and small businesses and entrepreneurs. I believe this coalition spans both parties. Let the Democrat-Republicans have their big corporations, leftists, NeoCons, LGBT, BLM, urbanites, and government unions!

    It’s time for the American people to isolate those extreme factions into a single party, instead of them being dispersed among us but running the show counter our interests!

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  24. We are approaching time for the Zippo. It must all be burned down and salted.

    It’s the only way, with mitch mcconnell being sent to prison forever.

    YOU would already be in jail.


  25. digleigh says:

    He better not take the side of Antifa enamored pelosi, Soros, fear mongering mask nazis ( read Dr. Russell Blaylock )….what an idiot….


  26. Richard says:

    I have read at least 4 medical analysis/ reports that provide the ( ” shocking” ) conclusion that breathing back in your own Carbon Monoxide — CO2 — due to the wearing of a mask is ” not a healthy practice “. How stupid does the DEEP STATE a holes think we all are ?? Well … they know that the vast majority of the ” silent ones ” are followers …sheep …can NOT think for themselves …. SO ..they continue the parade of BS. Stupid still reigns !

    Jim Morrison had the situation called correctly ” …the futures uncertain and the end is always near …” ( Roadhouse Blues )

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  27. Ackman419 says:

    Stefan Molyneaux YouTube channel banned.
    That one hits home for me.
    This assault on free speech Shit is for real.

    The platforms will Ban anything PDJT very soon, imo.
    And I’m not a relative of a “club” member. Just a deplorable.


  28. jx says:

    There is a stigma to being a RINO, Mitch.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    I’m seeing more and more maskes.
    Not less.
    Getting very concerned at this point because I have trouble breathing when wearing one.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Gunner says:

    The only surprise about this is that anyone is surprised. Other than POTUS, my vote is always cast against someone, rather than for someone.

    POTUS has term limits…too bad we can’t share that down the other end of Penn Ave.


  31. He represents everything that is wrong with the Republican Party. I will find out this week if I can eat. Live in NC…may have to go to SC to buy food.


  32. 4EDouglas says:

    Ok I’m one of those people who need to be protected with a mask. I’m that category over 65, compromised immune system and have to take vitamin D due to the fact I don’t process it well-dark skin.. I do take other immune system building supplements and stay out in the sun when it is shining-but we’ve had a cold wet summer here in NE Oregon. I’d love to be out on a tractor with no shirt on mowing hay, but that was along long time ago. I agree masks shouldn’t be mandatory but some have to do whatever to prevent infecting or being infected. We’ve had a huge spike in cases . However few hospitalizations and few deaths. I want to keep it at bay for rmy Wife’s sake and be around for her-she’s in a care facility due to stroke. My own opinion is that the virus waning.
    I’d like to know how many have had it and not know it (myself included).-Seeing Doc this week to get an antibody test. Please, people, cut some of us slack-I agree but I have to do this on my own-not because i want it mandated.


  33. jello333 says:

    This has the potential to be huge.

    We know that Pelosi is perfectly able and willing to push for such a law, and no doubt she’d have the votes to get it passed. Now despite the fact that McConnell made this stupid comment, I’d like to think he would NOT push for such a law… but then again, I have VERY little confidence in the guy. So yeah, it COULD pass the House, and COULD even pass the Senate, if Mitch twisted a few arms. And then only Trump would stand between a literally fascist law and the rest of us. I have no doubt he would veto any such bill, but of course he would be hammered relentlessly if he did… including, most likely, by McConnell himself. So they’ll find SOME way to blame Trump…

    And if, some way or other, it DID become law? If Trump weighed the pros & cons and decided it would hurt his re-election chances more if he vetoed? THEN what? I tell you what: We’d have a new law about to take effect, that half the American population (that would include ME!!!) would flat-out REFUSE to obey. Just flat-out say NO!

    THEN what?

    Liked by 1 person

    • I don’t intend to obey ANY law passed by the Democrat party as it now is: The Insane Left cult and criminal mob.

      Liked by 1 person

    • steph_gray says:

      I don’t think PDJT would sign into law something as clearly unconstitutional as that.


      • jello333 says:

        I don’t think he would either. For many reasons, one of the biggest being that it really COULD cause him to lose in Nov. I haven’t seen Bluto around for awhile, and I kinda miss his ongoing “Trump is finished!” list. But I’m really afraid that if Trump would do something to throw in with the lock-down fascists, it really COULD be the end. Just to be clear, though, I agree with you completely: Trump WILL NOT go along with this.


  34. jimrockfish says:

    In related news, Governor Ducey in Arizona just ordered all bars, gyms, theaters and water parks closed for 30 days. No gatherings of 50+ people.

    Because our cases are skyrocketing. Because they are testing more people. There’s a drive up testing station on every damn corner out here.

    How many more businesses will go under because of this unnecessary order?

    And the leftists citizens here love it.

    Way past angry out here.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. One fortheroad says:

    Here in NC the mask is coming off Gov. Cooper. No law enforcement is engaged in maskpatrol due to 1953 law against wearing a mask due to KKK and disguising your identity in public.We are on the honor system here if you want to mask your identity. One more the common folk can’t go to the gyms but the professionals and college athletes can due to Covid 19’s discriminating taste for the common folk.


  36. Mark L. says:

    Very well stated Sundance and you didn’t even mention China.


    • China is not to blame for it, the evidence is all against it. US intelligence is to blame, just as it is to blame for the Russia hoax. It wasn’t Russia then, it is not China now. I shouldn’t even have to remind people of this obvious truth. The Insane Left — or, as Sundance now especially emphasizes, the Uniparty — is only using the “pandemic” against us traditional law-abiding citizens, not their pet rioters and demagogues. We do not have a legitimate federal government aside from President Trump’s efforts, nor do those of us in blue states with dictatorial governors have legitimate state government, and city government, etc..

      The only proper response is renewed full support for our President…particularly, an assured, overwhelming voice for him in November. Mass civil disobedience or guerilla warfare, very tightly focused against the real common enemy of freedom. It is headed that way, all too quickly.


  37. jello333 says:

    By the way, I understand the point some have made about wearing a mask with a “message”. Like one saying “Trump” or “MAGA” or whatever. But as for my wife and I (both now in our 60s), we just will NOT do it, regardless of “message”. Because it still feels like a massive DEFEAT…. and a massive WIN for the fascists trying to push this on the rest of us. Oh sure, they may be a teeny bit upset to see your pro-Trump, pro-American “message”… but it’s more than made up for by their feeling of superiority and victory. “Ha! They think their MAGA mask bothers me. Yeah I don’t like it, they’re an idiot, but more importantly they’re still obeying and wearing a mask, aren’t they? Haha!”

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    • namberak says:

      Concur, and ditto. My wife and I have quit wearing them. Our neighbors have quit wearing them. I was out at two different retail establishments today and both had ‘lane markers’ on the floor and their help were wearing masks– but the lanes were being ignored and none of the customers were masked. Turtle can tut tut all he wants but the moment for mask shaming is well past, now.

      Liked by 3 people

  38. jumpinjarhead says:

    Sickening to see the swamp in action.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Loren says:

    SHUT-UP you worthless old man! I will not put my family or myself at risk of immune deficiency caused by oxygen deprivation. You Rhinocrats are the most worthless of humans.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. bacillus says:

    I have a simple system I follow in public. I carry my mask and a small spray bottle of rubbing alcohol. If I am withing 6 feet of others, I pull my mask up. If not, I drop it down. I spray my hands with alcohol when needed. It is not a bother to me.

    Many people are afraid. It’s not my intention to increase their fear. I think we need to care for our neighbor. Alleviating some of their fear is part of that, whether their fear is well-founded or not.

    One of the goals behind the covid and BLM/Antifa hysteria is to make us fear one another. If we don’t fuel the fear in others, then they will be better able to think rationally and see what’s going on. We both will be better able to meet one another where each is, and see there is nothing to fear from the other. This is a victory.

    That’s my POV anyway, for what it’s worth.


  41. Lottacats says:

    Mandated masks? Some people find it harder to breathe, especially in the heat. I do.
    Are Burkas next? (white people only) Geez. Every few days it’s a different must do!
    My husband does the getting out as he feels his immune system is in better shape.He wears a mask as appropriate to circumstances but he’d rather be breathing fresh, not his own air.
    I think we should use our common sense on this mask issue because we HAVE common sense. Nancy, Chuck, Mitch etc should wear full head wool sacks for all the good they are!


  42. eric says:

    the good people of kentucky must have NO STIGMA….NONE….about voting his RINO-rear OUT.


    • annieoakley says:

      Turtle has more money than the entire state of Kentucky. No one can touch him. The CCP protects him, his Senate job.


  43. islandpalmtrees says:

    Who controls the drug fields in Afghanistan? Are drugs moved through Syria on the way to market?

    In 2007, 93% of the non-pharmaceutical-grade opiates on the world market originated in Afghanistan.

    According to the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, Syria has long been a transit point for drugs coming from Europe, Turkey and Lebanon and destined for the wealthy Gulf states.

    Sundance writes
    “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.]”


  44. 4sure says:

    The pubs. do not ever want more than a 2-3 majority in the Senate.

    I have finally figured it out. By having a slim majority, they never have to pass any legislation to help main street. They have the excuse that they do not have 60 votes. They don’t want 60 votes. 60 votes would expose them as the frauds they are. We already know it, but the majority of Americans don’t.

    Also a slim majority allows them to keep us voting for them by running on the fake BS that if you don’t reelect all of us, those terrible dems. will take control of the Senate, so don’t dare vote Romney, Graham, Turtle, McKowski, and all the other uniparty POS out. If you do, you will never get a SCOTUS nominee. And we fall for the ruse.

    We are screwed. And they know it.


    • annieoakley says:

      In Colorado, I can say that some Republicans have fought and fought against the rich Republicans who may as well be Dems. The Republican Party in CO is now funding Soros backed Antifa types for Congress and the Senate.


  45. Michelle says:

    There’s no STIGMA to wearing a mask. That’s not why people don’t wear them. It’s because masks are not a solution, not a way to live, and not a good psychological imprint to leave on a child. How long are you going to wear a mask for? Forever? People are not getting sick from passing someone in the supermarket, mask or not. If they are already banning crowded gatherings, then you don’t need a mask by their standards. There are smarter things you can do, such as take care of your health and immune system, and if you really are afraid of getting sick, stay away from sneezing, coughing people. Too many people don’t want to do the hard work of taking care of themselves. They think a mask will save them. And living in fear will only make you more susceptible to getting sick.


  46. Curt says:

    I firmly it’s Republican politicians who have put America in mortal danger and have been the cause of so much discord. The Republican party is the party of self serving scum for the most part. Of course there are exceptions and I for one am grateful for their courage. It’s obvious who they are and Mitch McConnell sure as hell is not one of them. People like Jeff Sessions make my stomach turn. Unfortunately, there are way too many of these types.


  47. USA Citizen says:

    Brain Dead Joe Biden seems to be way ahead in polls to President Donald J. Trump. Why is that??? Because the Democrats are doing everything they can to get rid of the BEST PRESIDENT (Donald J. Trump) that this country has ever had. President Trump has done so many great things for the American people in 3 years than any President has done in 8 years. Even if President Trump discovered a cure for Cancer himself. The Left Liberal Democrat’s Media would accuse President Trump of not doing enough for the American people. President Trump is being attacked from all sides, but they are okay with Senile Joe Biden staying in his basement, doing and saying Nothing. In fact, the Democrats don’t want Senile Joe Biden to speak, for fear he might say something stupid and incoherent so the Democrat voters won’t see him as he is most of the time. Do you really want this man (Joe Biden) to be our President? Wake Up Democrat voters, this man is incapable of running our country. Look at President Donald J. Trump who is only 3 years younger than Joe Biden. President Trump is a strong, intelligent man that knows how to lead our country and build it up to where it was before this China virus attacked the USA. Vote for President Donald J. Trump in November 3, 2020 and get this country back to work with all the jobs President Trump will bring in the USA.


  48. Jimmy Jack says:

    Looks to me like all signs point to Lamecherry and Corsi being right. The GOP July coup to get right of Trump
    Is on full swing. The Tulsa rally, Ornce in Texas w Bushie Abbott, and now this. They’re clearly weaponizing the masks with this whole it’s about protecting other people nonsense. This is ground work for attacks against conservatives.


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