Once You See The Strings on the GOP Marionettes…

….it is impossible to return to a time when you did not see them.

Almost five years ago CTH first outlined the GOPe splitter strategy and the subsequent tripwires showcasing how the Republican political establishment manipulated the conservative movement, and our activity within elections, for many years.

In the background it took almost two years of research and tracking to identify their 2016 agenda before we could intercept it.  What follows below is of a similar level of importance.

Those who can see the maneuvers of the GOPe may have noticed the recent positioning of two key players, Nikki Haley and Liz Cheney.  Both Haley and Cheney are part of a decepticon club positioning to undermine President Trump and the America First agenda. We have previously outlined the agenda of Haley (here); so it’s time to review Cheney.

When Paul Ryan left congress he exited his role as the primary inside resistance operative; however, he did not stop the agenda.  Knowing President Trump was now officially the head of the formal republican party, prior to departure Ryan positioned Liz Cheney as an influence agent with her role as Republican Conference Chairwoman.  Essentially an explosive anti-MAGA cell with instructions to activate at a time of maximum damage.

We first warned of the Liz Cheney issue in November of 2018 after the mid-term election.

Newly installed Republican Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney (U-DC) appears on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo to discuss how the GOPe can best infiltrate the MAGA agenda.

Ms. Cheney outlines how the ‘Prescott-Bush-Stapleton’ Wall Street coalition will openly embrace all of the Trump agenda initiatives because the GOPe are able to hide behind the minority shield once again. [Thus, the dance of the decepticons]

The professionally republican no longer have the power to promote the MAGA agenda, thus the GOPe evolve back into fully embracing border security etc. It is predictable, albeit eye-opening for some, to watch them morph in real time. (link)

Two recent resistance articles highlight Ms. Cheney’s decepticon agenda mid-2020.  CNN article here and Wall St. Journal article here.  While both articles are narrated from the resistance perspective, each of them holds some common truth.

(WSJ) […] With national polls showing Mr. Trump sliding ahead of November’s election, many Republicans see Ms. Cheney—a daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney—emerging as a figure poised to help redefine the GOP when Mr. Trump is no longer leading it.

“If you’re trying to rebuild the team postelection, having a strong woman with conservative credentials from flyover country is a pretty strong platform,” said former Senate GOP aide Stewart Verdery (link – paywall)

(CNN) […] Republican sources close to Cheney told CNN they believe her recent posture towards the White House could be an attempt to carve out her own distinctive lane, positioning herself well in case Trump loses reelection. She would be able to make the case to her GOP colleagues that she was one of the few who pushed back on the President’s excesses — but without doing so in a way that antagonized him or his supporters.

[…] Cheney chose not to run for the Senate earlier this year, saying she wanted to stay in the House to stop “socialist Democrats.” Some of her colleagues say they view her as a potential House speaker if Republicans regain the House in the future. (link – CNN)

If we can retake the House of Representatives this fall, Ms. Cheney is going to try and position herself to become “speaker” or “majority leader”.  Neither position would be good for the America First agenda.  Cheney is a decepticon; they do not change. They morph to retain positions of power.

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 protestors and rioters are given special rights to assemble, yet our businesses are forced to close and we are not permitted to join in fellowship – we are pissed.

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 fury; specifically because most who carry it necessarily avoid discussion… And that decision has nothing whatsoever to do with any form of correctness.

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.

When the FBI sends 15 special agents to investigate a NASCAR garage door-pull; and when they kneel before those en route to tear down our national monuments we notice.

Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.

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 in both political parties. 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 so 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.

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…

 

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279 Responses to Once You See The Strings on the GOP Marionettes…

  1. Liked by 17 people

      • Right Mover says:

        The new Carly Fiorina.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Has this warmonger b1tch apologized for believing the bounty hoax. Schiff got caught again.

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            • ILOT says:

              Fiorina is a fine person I’m sure, but a lousy conservative GOP member. She falls into the category of those who I really despise in that she can not defend biden on merits and her only defense is that he isn’t PDJT. The democrat party comes down to a one issue debate and that is abortion. I hate to bring it to this level but they are the ONLY group in the US talking and supporting abortion in the third tri-mester (9th month) of pregnancy. Any person supporting that is dead to me. There are countless other issues but this is the singular issue that clearly spells out what we are dealing with. Patriotism aside, this is sick and voters supporting the dems who clearly support this are sick. It’s very simple.

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              • Janeka says:

                Amen

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              • squattybody says:

                How can God bless the United States as long as we continue to legalize the murder of babies.

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              • GB Bari says:

                Fiorina cannot possibly be a “fine person” because she willingly sides with an ideologically driven party that has overtly stated its intentions to ignore the constitution, stack the SCOTUS, and legalize 20:million aliens so as to,create a permanent DemoncRAT majority in Congress. Life, liberty, justice, law and order will be forever changed for the worse.

                Fiorina is an absolutely despicable human being for supporting evil forces who intend to do that kind of damage to this nation.

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              • FrankieZee says:

                Your biggest mistake is saying Carly is a fine person. Anybody Rino supporting Biden is a corrupt evil person. They hate you as much as Trump.

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              • diogenes says:

                Ask the employees of all those companies her idiocy and ineptitude damaged or destroyed how good a person Carly Fiorina is.

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            • Not only was Ted Cruz’s choice for Vice President a fake RINO Republican, but she was a disastrous CEO of Hewlett-Packard, almost destroying the company with her acquisition of Compaq Computer. On the day the Board fired her, HP stock rose $3 billion!

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      • Bill Durham says:

        This is why i tell thr sheeple we must vote out all rinos. Vote dem to get them out. Its the only message they understand. You have to be willing to lose on the short term to win the long game. If not the Republican party will never change. We are stuck with the uniparty.

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        • s flagler says:

          If people would learn to vote on the primaries, we would not have to hold our noses and vote for the rhinos!

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          • Bill Durham says:

            The uniparty selects the primary candidates. Rigged game. What did the first 2 years matter???Republicans blocked Trump like they were democrats. They are democrats. 2 parties do not exist.

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            • ann says:

              Yes, Pretty tough to vote our way out when corporate owned political machines virtually destroy MAGA candidates.

              Uniparty GOPe are Resist loyalists whose intent is to destroy any person or political movement that challenges their collective control of our government.

              .

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              • Raghn Crow says:

                Voting has always been a dicey proposition, Ann. Wasn’t Davey Crockett voted out of his Congressional seat by an opponent who paid voters to vote against him? (Or was that just a movie line?) There’s not really a “sovereignty of the people” in voting; voting is more of a safety valve, a warning mechanism to the “powers-that-be” that the people are reaching detonation pressure. Such is the case now, as in the case of the Cold Anger of so many patriotic Americans builds and builds like steam pressure in a runaway boiler. The UniParty big shots had better be noticing what the valve readings are showing! (They might not, though, because of their visceral hatred of the President or if they pay too much attention to the MSM’s efforts to obfuscate the situation. Look at that idiot Indiana Repub senator, Mike Braun.)

                I always remember that James Madison designed the new Federal government without political parties in mind. Think about that. Political parties formed immediately after the Constitution became operative, and quickly became the real arbiter of power, most easily seen today in the big urban Black political machines definitely NOT promoting the common good of Blacks. (The Supreme Court, in contrast, took a lot longer to build up its quest for power, though now it is “king of the hill”, a super-legislature.) We basically had a redo of the British government before the deposition of the Royal Stuarts (the king then was still the executive, Commons had the purse, Lords had real clout and were a break on the Commons, etc.). But that government was founded on God, a belief in the divine order of things, whereas ours, because of John Locke’s theories, is founded on the “Vox populi”, public opinion.

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              • eagle931 says:

                …”Pretty tough to vote our way out when corporate owned political machines virtually destroy MAGA candidates.” That is why we need a third party led by Pres. Trump. If the Republican base leaves the party for this third party, it will be but a few years before it becomes the second major party and the GOP will be no more.

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              • Contrarymary says:

                You’re right Ann. Here in democrat monopolized California, they voted for an open primary system where the top two vote getters in the primary run off against each other in the general. You may, very well, end up with two Democrats instead of a republican and dem. This allows the rino to stay entrenched because of fear of getting a dem. I suspect this is why the rinos didn’t fight this.
                Another new alarming trend is, since the covid hoax, all these liberals from the liberal enclaves have realized they can work from home. Now they are escaping the looney bins and flooding the rural areas, which are typically conservative. Mix this with the minority enclaves that they’ve systematically planted in rural areas and you have a time bomb where even a rino won’t get elected.
                What we need is an electoral college in every state, where the large Marxist cities can’t overwhelm the rural areas, before it’s too late. Every county could get 2 electoral votes.

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            • Issy says:

              Bill Durham: At least the republican control of the uniparty house didn’t vote to impeach Trump. They didn’t dare. I will be voting for the jerks in this November election because I want Trump to have a second term. After that, never again. I will not sacrifice him for a long term gain.

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        • stan m says:

          voting Dem is like shooting yourself so you won’t be mugged
          better to primary the weak GOP then empower the party that wants you dead

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          • WVPatriot says:

            At this time, I only donate to President Trump. I first donated at a site named REVV. In the last several years the Trump campaign has used a site named winred. President Trump does take donations sent to Trump Tower.

            A personal check:
            Donald J. Trump President, Inc.
            c/o Trump Tower
            725 5th Avenue
            New York, NY 10022

            Please include your full name, address, email address, occupation and employer in the envelope.

            Do not vote for any candidate endorsed by the RNC, the republican senate committee, the house leaders and especially the turtle and his band of anti-Americans.

            Haley (SC governor in 2016), is a never-Trumper, endorsed Cruz during her state primary. She is also an avid admirer of “Pierre/Mittens” Romey.

            Cheney and her vice-pres dad and family have been life long friends of the bush family dynasty — that says it all!

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          • This line of thinking is precisely how we got where we are. If we want change in our representation, then we MUST change what we are doing. Otherwise, the song remains the same.
            The RINOs need to be removed in the general and now is the perfect time to do it. Would you rather they be removed while an Obama is President?

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Voting democrats is like taking chemo to cure cancer. A necessary evil. to teach the gop wing of the uniparty. To bring about a conservative 3rd party. If not you get what you deserve. Your strategy doesn’t work.

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            • meriadoc01 says:

              With all due respect, voting democrat is like having lung cancer and injecting leukemia to cure it. With Republicans holding the Congress, Trump will manage to get things done in spite of the obstacles. At this point, any democrat win at the federal level will ensure the destruction of the country.

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            • meriadoc01 says:

              With all due respect, voting democrat is like having lung cancer and injecting leukemia to cure it. With Republicans holding the Congress, Trump will manage to get things done in spite of the obstacles. At this point, any democrat win at the federal level will ensure the destruction of the country.

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            • MGBSE says:

              Voting RAT is more than stupid … it is suicide.

              Example … as bad as Pierre is … he would have NEVER been as bad as the Soros Puppet.

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          • Issy says:

            stan m: A Rather Excellent Analogy

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        • TrumpPatriot says:

          No! That is not the answer. That is not the solution, The Democrats ALWAYS stick together. Look at the disaster of the 2018 election, better to have rinos pretending to support MAGA and doing nothing, than dems banded together in power destroying America.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Nope. The rinos did more damage to trump in his first 2 years than dems. Mueller existed because of rinos.

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            • dawndoe says:

              The Dems did more damage than the RINOs did in the first two years and will continue to do so.

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            • dawndoe says:

              The answer is vote out RINOs and vote in conservatives. It’s that simple. The people are the problem…they continue to vote RINO. Change the hearts of the people.

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          • richard verney says:

            Exactly.

            Should PDJT win, but there is not a GOP majority in the Senate, then nothing will be achieved at all. He will not even be able to appoint Supreme Court Justices. Whilst never Trumpers and RINOs are deplorable, they are better than Democrats. It is important that at least on paper the Republicans hold/take both houses since that will mean that they will control committes, and will put a stop to stupid impeachment attempts.

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        • amjean says:

          That will prove to be a failed strategy.

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        • Janeka says:

          A vote for the communists party of the jackass, for any reason, is a vote to approve their fraudulent agenda and very self destructive.. once they are in they’re like a tick and removing the tick does not guarantee no infection from the head

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        • GB Bari says:

          Never Ever Ever vote for a DemonRAT.
          They use their power to dilute yours. Once in power they enact rules and legislation that prevent you from ever putting a Republican back in their place.
          Use Republican primaries to replace bad incumbents.

          People just don’t seems to understand the importance of identifying a strong valid candidate BEFORE the primaries and working to build that candidates name, exposure and popularity among likely voters. That requires up to a year or more of hard work and steady campaign financing. It’s hard work.

          The incumbent always has vast sums of money to advertise against your challenger and to buy influence in critical places to block your challenger from attaining status. To replace a U.S. congressman, it requires working throughout the state to introduce EVERYONE to the challenger and allow them time to familiarize with his or her platform and qualifications.

          I don’t see nearly enough energy and effort being put into primary campaigns to overcome the power of the incumbents. This is where DemonRATs excel.

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          • GB, this is my like to your comment!!!

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          • Issy says:

            GB Bari: I have been preaching this for thirty years. The average lazy voter rails about the do nothing rino republican candidate then shows up at the polls and votes for them because the alternative is worse.

            The primary is where it’s at and here again, the average lazy voter shows up at the polls if they bother to vote at all in the primary, expecting a challenger to stand a chance against a well funded and well known incumbent. There have been so few willing to do the work to get a primary challenger across the finish line. Don’t forget the establishment trick of splitting the vote with two running against the incumbent.

            Unless this changes and people take part in their local party process, nothing will change. People can take part in choosing who runs & wins in the primaries with the R designation. The fact that they don’t keep these lousy incumbents in office.

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            • GB Bari says:

              A splitter candidate is usually not serious and can be flushed out by some serious background checking. Further, IMHO, the splitter won’t have as much funding or organization behind them as will a serious challenger. You are correct, the splitter is created ONLY to dilute the challenge vote and shift the advantage back to the incumbent. Hard work to develop the platform and public exposure of the serious challenger will become evident to attentive voters, who may then influence less-attentive voters.

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        • Kaco says:

          I don’t think this country can withstand of 2-6 years of a Dem rule in order to get out the RINOS. This is what the primaries are for. Maybe we need to do a better job of getting the message out for the America First candidate in the primaries.

          I will vote for a RINO over a Dem every time.

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        • Yy4u says:

          I usually agree with Bill D. but not this time. So long as POTUS needs these Republicons we have no choice but to vote for them. They can only betray us and the but so openly. They need they base (us). But we can be as sneaky and duplicitous as they. WAIT. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

          Giving the House and/or Senate to the democrats ensures POTUS will not only be removed from office but also prosecuted and perhaps jailed. We cant risk that.

          He has stuck up for us, we need to stick up for him.

          But once POTUS is out of office, then we need to focus ALL out attention and resources to destroying the Republicon Party. We will have nothing to lose then. In 2020 and 2022 if Truml wins, we have no choice but to atick with tge Republicons. We have too much to lose. Trump has too much to lose. But in 2024, we strike. We form a new Constitution Party.

          Rethink this Bill D.

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      • sysconfig says:

        Revenge of The Stepford Wives

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      • helix35 says:

        ” . . . she was one of the few who pushed back on the President’s excesses.” What would those “excesses” be, I wonder? Putting Americans first, instead of your Wall Street cronies? What a POS.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I think the only questions should be
      – why she is spitting on 65+ million Americans who really do want Trump as President and the MAGA agenda TO BE IMPLEMENTED.
      – why she thinks she and her GOPe cronies in any way deserve our consideration since she and they have actively worked to undermine President Trump since 2016.

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      • Bill Durham says:

        Because the DC establishment are all democrats. Even the Republicans are democrats. They pretend to be Republicans to the rubes back home.

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        • nimrodman says:

          dead-on, Bill

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        • stan m says:

          the Dem Nat Comm approves of your message

          everyone, remember what BO did when he won the prez and the Dems the House and Senate – then run to the polls and vote for every Republican you can because you life depends on it

          the time to get rid of Bush GOP is in primaries, not by voting for Dems – which is the dumbest thing you can do

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          • Bill Durham says:

            You cant get rid of them in primary. They rig the vote and candidates.

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            • old deplorable owl says:

              Write-ins!
              Find a good candidate, talk him/her up to everybody you can, swarm the op-eds in the press. Don’t waste time and money on media campaigns, put shoe leather on the pavement. Nullify the party bosses!

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            • Issy says:

              Bill Durham: Yes they do because the voters don’t take part in the local party. If Trump supporters showed up in mass at the county level Republican party meetings and voted for who leads your local party, these people would not be able to rig anything.

              I am working now to get a Trump supporter elected as our County Election Commissioner. Every voter is eligible to take part in the process. Have you been to a party meeting and taken part in the process?

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        • GB Bari says:

          You think Liz is going to say what you wrote?
          I didn’t ask why the Republican Establishment pols are no different from DemonRAT pols.
          You wrote an answer to a question I didn’t suggest. We already know about the Uniparty.

          I want to see her defend her Uniparty cronies by answering those two questions. Her replies will essentially be the BS propaganda that she and the Uniparty will use to differentiate themselves from President Trump.

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      • lokiscout says:

        Simple, “Money Talks” and “Power Corrupts” she will make a lot more money and have a lot more power as part of the “Republicans splitting from Trump” resistance than as one of us supporting MAGA.

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      Send her back home . . . Wyoming, clean-up on aisle 7

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    • I bet she supports Black Lesbians Matter.

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    • Thomas says:

      I have a hard time seeing myself voting GOPe post Trump (hopefully after 2024) unless another real Patriot emerges.
      These swamp creatures are the worst. Haley, Chaney, Rubio, etc., et al.

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    • Phil Free says:

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    • Quirt Evans says:

      I always knew this was going to happen. When we start fighting back with the same tactics as antifa, they will realize they are not the majority and we are starting to seriously put their lives at risk.

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    • Issy says:

      Commodore: So typical, what else would you expect from a Cheney? Yes, the rino, neocon republicans are positioning to take over in 2024. I will never vote for any of them. They are just a slight variation in the uniparty.

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  2. burginthorn says:

    From the foul mouthed one himself …this guy completely gets what Sundance is talking about, but with more colorful language 😛

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    • iswhatitis says:

      If you can take the “colorful” language and “colorful” gestures; he is directly over the target.

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      • Bill Durham says:

        I agree with this nut. I said weeks ago that i wanted democrat streets drowning in red. I want that seething energy of violence to burst forth and create chaos. Lay waste to all of them. May they swim in their own urine and feces. Reap what they sow.
        Defund the police ??? Okay. But when a few punks run a train on your wife don’t call me. Be the beta cuck that i know they are. And then when they wipe themselves off, the punks will run a train on them. While their wife watches them get turned out prison style. Glorious! I embrace the violence and destruction. May it truly hurt.

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      • Munchenfez says:

        He is totally spot on. In the US as here in Europe. The LEFT march in lockstep. We worry about how someone comes across, that we might offend. This is bs of the first water. We have to stop the cannibalism, UNITE, destroy the currently constituted leftists and then have discussions about lace or net curtains.

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        • romy911 says:

          I honestly don’t know a single person I could forward this RipChaz video to, unless I could do it anonymously. The language, they would think I’ve lost my mind. But, I agree with him. These leftists with their cancel culture and destructive criminal behavior are freaking out the Democrats and the Independents. They are demoralizing Democrats. It’s all going too far for normal people.

          The female Harvard student who is going to stab people for saying “All Lives Matter?”
          Excellent – a win for our side. These are not Trump supporters that are rioting, looting, destroying property & lives. They are Democrats. The Democrats own this, not President Trump and not us. We need to stick together and put the blame on the Democratic mayors & Governors that are allowing it to happen.

          Trump 2020 and then we need to get to work on the 2022 elections and replace the Uniparty Republicans.

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          • As a Man Thinkth says:

            The roll of these lunatic protesters is to provoke the Patriots into a “Race War in the streets of the large urban hubbs”…

            Raise your hand against a black preson, and it is a Federal Hate crime….Black person can drag you out of your car, bash you over the head and set fire to your car while being filmed…and if arrested, he will be released without charges…

            Todays racial street violence…is like a stolen car. The cops may make a stolen car report, but they tell you right up front,
            it’ between you and your insurance company….have a good day…

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    • oldguy05 says:

      That was refreshing. Not to ride his coattails ..however I’ve been arguing the same thing over at TGWP and BB. Going after the naysayers and demoralizers spouting things like “Trump needs to sooo sommmthing!” etc. But this guy blows me off the face of the earth:)

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    • joebkonobi says:

      Not sure I get it. IMO, we don’t need a race or class war. The war we need to win is with the media, the globalists and socialists. The war is about America first. Class structure is inherent in a capitalist society. President Trump is a billionaire and it takes someone of his stature, experience and personal values to lead us in that war. Why would we want a class war? It’s not about race or class but instead values, American values. In Cheney’s case it’s about her lack of what’s good for the country vs her selfish ego, and lack of loyalty.

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      • iswhatitis says:

        While I “get” that the “still shot” for the video “preview” has that on it – that isn’t at all what the video is about.

        That “still-shot” is something from the Seattle CHAZ or similar – which is one of the things that this person is critiquing. He uses Lefty-made video clips to illustrate his points. That “still-shot preview” is merely a still-shot from one of those “Lefty” clips.

        The video is not about that at all – that’s one of the Lefty “positions” he highlights. He doesn’t promote those ideas – he shows that the Lefty’s do.

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      • Pale rider says:

        IMO, hope starts when people like Pelosi, Soros, Schumer, start being removed, permanently.
        Breitbart, Scalia, Seth, are gone, these people are not playing by gentlemen rules folks.
        Read a little background on pelosi and family, rank right up there with the Clintons. Rats! Nothing but rats.

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      • Issy says:

        joebkonobi: If the republicans are stupid enough to elevate a Cheney to any higher position after enduring her father running things during the Bush years, they will deserve what they get. That would be defeat. She is no more likable than Romeny or McCain and just as devious.

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    • meriadoc01 says:

      Ha! That was different. I wouldn’t put it QUITE that way…..but is he right or is he right? A truly insightful guy, who in better times might be one of those eccentric brilliant captivating lecturers you recall from college days (a complete impossibility in our day).

      Razerfist…never heard of him, but he’s right on. I’ll follow him in the future.

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  3. WSB says:

    The RINO’s must never be allowed to rise again.

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    • tax2much says:

      They have not changed a bit. As Sundance says. they have temporarily shape shifted. They will return like cockroaches when the MAGA lights go out.

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      • WSB says:

        Yep. Enemy.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        the MAGA lights must never go out!

        It is too bad to have to utterly despise a Cheney –

        I thought Dick Cheney was really great when he was on that USN destroyer during the 2000 Presidential campaign, telling us – and mainly focused I think towards our people in the military, especially following the attack on the Cole in the Gulf of Aden in October 2000 – “help is on the way” – you are no longer going to be used and abused –

        The Cheney “franchise” has been totally blackened –

        I don’t want to see any Cheneys posing as Republicans while working against OUR President, that WE elected!

        Goodbye, Cheneys!

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    • Dutchman says:

      WSB,
      Before we prevent them from rising again,
      We must take them DOWN!,…8

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  4. Garrison Hall says:

    Hard to believe it was that long ago, Sundance. It’s what drew me here in the first place. When you started describing the splitter strategy you could just sense the anger and frustration of the UinParty mechanics on finding that somebody had figured out their secret-sure-to-win strategy and was publishing it for everyone in the world to see. On reading your descriptions it was clear that somebody had spent a hell of a lot of time crafting this rather complex plan . . . only to have some guy with a website blow ’em out of the water with the same wicked glee as a kid passing out instructions for the magician’s tricks.. Loved it then, loved it now. Y’all been doin’ real good!

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  5. kt says:

    Ahhh….Here’s my Sundance.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Ok?

      I’d like to think that any real Conservative or MAGA would know better than to instill their trust in these Decepticon RINO’s. If not, we need to spread the message.

      In my world, “Cheney” is already a dirty word – even with Republicans. These people are totally in a bubble.

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  6. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    “Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.”

    Says it all.

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  7. Parker Longbaugh says:

    Can’t wait for the Tucker Carlson episode where explains how Paul Ryan sabotaged the House Republicans efforts to expose Spygate. Bet he has Liz on a few times to assist in the re-election of President Trump.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      He needs to neutralize Liz Cheney now. Take her out.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Paul Ryan owns him, so you shouldn’t hold your breath.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Ryan didn’t simply sabatage House Republican efforts to expose Spygate,…by which you mean refusing to authorise subpoenas, refusing to go to court to sue for documents, and authorising that rediculuos ethics investigation against Nunes, which forced him to step down as Chairmen of th committee, and be replaced by Investigate to Exhonerate rooster Gowdy.

      That was just a small part of it. Ryan GIFTED the Speakers gavel to Nancy, by declaring himself a lame duck Speaker, and then persuading 40 of his colleagues to join him in retiring.

      He didn’t itroduce legislation in the House, designed to put Democrat reps on the unpopular side of issues in their home disticts (a common trick of the majority party in an election year).

      The list goes on,..point is he GAVE the,House to the Dems,..WHY?

      Because the Insurance policy called for it; a Republican House could NOT be seen as INITIATING an Impeachment, against a Republican POTUS; Ryan COULD NOT do what Nancy did.

      And, those planning the insurance policy had to KNOW he would be willing to do that, at the planning stage;

      Otherwise, the whole Insurance plan makes no sense.

      Ergo, Ryan was in on and complicit in the coup, from day one.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        YES

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      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        You are getting very close. The establishment badly needed Republicans losing the House in 2018, so they took a dive. Someone should look into the business dealings of the 40 House Republicans that voluntarily retired in 2018.

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        • Dutchman says:

          My take is that they needed Dems to control the House, because impeachment must begin in the House.

          They intended for PDJT to fire Mueller team, so House could initiate impeachment, and Senate Republicons would SAY they had no choice but to vote to convict, while comparing it to Nixons,Sat. Nite massacre.

          SAY they would vote to convict, in order to get him to resign, without them having to actually vote. (Watergate 2.0.)
          That plan collapsed, when they realised that no matter how outrageous the mueller teams behavior, PDJT would not fire them.

          So, they wound down mueller, which had reached the point of diminishing returns, while coming up with a new version of the same plan; the Ukraine phone call, where,again they tried to manufacture a case of Obstruction of Justice and Abuse of Power.

          All of it, from the start, depended on a Democrat majority House, and giving Republicons in the Senate an excuse to vote to convict.

          And Comey, Brennan etc., being experienced swamp creatures, would NEVER have gone ahead with such a plan, without ironclad guaratees that if it ‘went off the rails’, that Republicons in Congressional leadership would insure they skated.
          And the only way to be that sure, is if Republicons were in on it, complicit from day one.

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          • amjean says:

            Someone who is “in the know” should detail how republicans ousted Newt Gingrich from the speakership in the 90’s.

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          • The prime tenet of Strunk and White’s “Elements of Style” (writing style, that is) is: “Simplify, simplify, simplify.” I was reminded of it when I read Sundance’s article above, and further when reading yours and others’ comments here.

            President Trump fired Comey on May 8, 2017. By May 17, 2017, Mueller had been appointed “Special Counsel” — to persecute Trump, our elected President. Just 9 days. If the significance of THAT doesn’t immediately hit home, just remind yourself we’re talking about Washington DC. Yes, THAT Washington DC.

            They were all in on it, or it couldn’t have been done. In just 9 days. And crickets from the peanut gallery of an incompetent electorate (who — G__D__, how many definitive examples do I have to put in one comment — actually RE-elected the First Fake President in 2012…with the help, I should add, of Conservatives who refused to vote for the Republican RINO). Everybody has been tainted with Ideological Purity, at the expense of our civilization. Our civilization (that means it’s bad, get it?)

            We are in the War of the Insane Left. The Insane Right is complicit. It’s as simple as that. Trump – not Trump; go — no go. Just note anybody who expresses, like Liz Cheney in Sundance’s post, “an attempt to carve out her own distinctive lane” apart from Donald — The President — Trump. I don’t want to hear from anybody with their “own distinctive lane” in the current situation.

            Well, that was too many words. Still…

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            • Dutchman says:

              harryduff,
              We can speculate, but we can not know what would have been, if we had taken the other road.

              And theres what we knew then, and what we know now, just to compound the challenge.

              The choice was between the faker and Romney/Ryan. And if you go back four years earlier, McStain/Palin. Now I love Sarah, but do you REALLY think things would have been substantially different?

              These were the choices the Republican party gave us, ostensibly to be a bulwark against the ‘transformation’ of the faker.

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              • Orygun says:

                Our political system over the last 50 years has been the illusion of choice. In my far left area we get to vote but there are only Democrats on the ticket because the State RNC works with the Dems.
                They are the “Oh! Woe is Me!” group. The two parties just take turns robbing us.

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  8. coolmamie says:

    Liz Cheney will never be seen as “a woman from flyover country.” She is, always has been, and always will be Dick Cheney’s daughter.

    Once she is in a position of significant power, that white hot anger of the MSM toward Dick Cheney will return with a vengeance.

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  9. montanamel says:

    One can only wonder…. WHEN the indictments start flying like popcorn….When the perp walks are finally being shown on MSM since that is all that will be happening for days on end….
    HOW DEEP into the GOP ranks will the hot lights shine???… With RICO enhanced by sedition and Treason charges…..I personally hope it shines deep enough to prevent a quorum in both houses and makes so many hallways deserted and quiet that even the Capital Police wonder just where everyone went!!!!

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    • Dutchman says:

      montanamel,
      With all due respect; what you describe is exactly why the Republicons (decepticons) in the Senate have done everything in their considerable power to insure there will BE no indictments or perp walks.

      THEY are the invisible power that continues to exert itself the protect the small group.

      And, THEY put forward Barr as A.G.

      So, sorry to burst your bubble, but Durham will ONLY issue a report, no indictments. And while it WILL reveal SOME more, it will cover up a couple of key aspects. One, that the Republican leadership in both Houses of Congress was totally involved in the coup, from day one.
      Two, that Russians had NOTHING to do with the wikileaks material.

      Three, that CIA and foriegn intel agencies were involved early on.

      There may be one or two other key aspects they feel they MUST not acknowledge, all else they can let out, in a “investigate to exhonerate” fashion.

      There will be no perp walks, not from Barrs Dept. Of Injustice.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Thinking of WikiLeaks again – I think it would be an interesting development if something would occur to bring Julian Assange to the forefront – let the man talk, let the man breathe.

        I want to know more.

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      • Hans says:

        Dutchman

        I fully agree with what you are saying.. the swamp is deep and most 95 % of Washington is dirty. What we conservatives need right now that we have a weapon (PDT) is a common solution.

        The only solution I see is to stop the flow of money.. right now all politicians are bought.. I remember in my youth a judge was convicted of bribery. A friend said I don’t think he would have taken the money if he did not agree on the issue… But once a politician accepts money he is owned. Either from lobbyists or from RNC or DNC.

        So where does to RNC money come from.. Mitch McConnell….. we are in fact supporting our own demise by supporting the RNC ….. When the RNC provides money to state Republican committees the RNC controls the states candidates. Tow the Mich McConnell line or get primaried..

        Time to cut McConnels power.. only donate to PDT or individual candidates.. look at the candidates PDT is endorsing.. some might not be ideal but it could be the lesser of the evils. We did not get here overnight. We must make PDT impeachment proof in 2020.
        Impeachment proof is not necessarily the candidate that the local RNC is pushing.. after all many republican districts have Rino candidates.

        MAGA

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        • Dutchman says:

          Hans, follow my logic here.
          McConnell and the Decepticons have resisted PDJT since the elevator ride, and continue to do everything they can to undermine him.

          IF he had fired Mueller team, they would have solemnly (in front of the camera) and gleefully (behind closed doors) been wiling to vote to convict.
          Ditto, if he hadn’t released the transcript.

          They didn’t cause we, the Deplorables, wouldn’t stand for it. We didn’t ‘fall’ for it, and wouldn’t accept either phony excuse.

          Therefore, it wasn’t Republicons in the Senate who prevented PDJT’s impeachment: it was US.

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          • romy911 says:

            Yes, Dutchman, they have been trying, since President Trump was elected, to bring his poll numbers down low enough so they could remove him from office. Impeach him, force him to resign, prevent his re-election.
            There are lots of low information voters out there. I used to be one of them.

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  10. Sam Fox says:

    Looks like the Benedict Iscariot club has infiltrated the Repubs. They been working on that for years. RINO-CINOs are the worst of the worst. They pretend to be conservative & fake like they really love & care for the United States & her citizens. They are a Trojan Horse enemy within. These Lindsey Graham-Mitt Romney types are diabolical disgusting donkey sphincter spies in disguise & assassins of the Constitution & Bill of Rights.

    There is a saying about the above thought that fits the fakes perfectly. But I am incensed at the moment and can’t remember how it goes. These pukes aren’t even sunshine patriots. There is no vestige of real patriotism in them.

    God help us! I pray they are primaried & replaced by true US patriots. And that they repent of their treason,

    SamFox

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    • Dutchman says:

      SamFox;
      Those who don’t study and learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
      These country club types have ALWAYS been the bane of the Republican party.

      In the ’60’s, they were called “Rockefeller Republicans”, and Goldwater had to wrest the nomination away from them, much as Donald Trump did, and they then conspired with Democrats, the CIA/FBI and Media, to undermine his campaign, JUST like with Candidate DJT. Only difference is, with Goldwater they succeeded.

      And yes, they “bugged” Goldwater’s campaign.

      Romneys DAD was even involved in backstabbing Goldwater.

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      • Raghn Crow says:

        So in the Libyan fable it is told
        That once an eagle, stricken with a dart,
        Said, when he saw the fashion of the shaft,
        “With our own feathers, not by others’ hands,
        Are we now smitten.”

        Aeschylus
        (There’s nothing new under the sun.)

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      do you mean the summer soldier and sunshine patriot from Thomas Paine, his pamphlet “The American Crisis” which opens thusly:

      “These are the times that try men’s souls: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.”

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Rino-Cino perhaps Rino-Chino

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    • mac says:

      Romney is a dishonest, evil man. He has lied to and deceived everyone he has represented for his entire career. He is NOT a patriot, he is a self-centered, egotistical person who doesn’t appear to have any moral compass other than the aggrandizement of Mitt Romney. Many Utah citizens I know are disgusted beyond words with him.

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  11. FPCHmom says:

    No more Cheney’s and Bushes!!! Or Nikki Haley either. YUCK!
    https://mobile.twitter.com/C_3C_3/status/1279245529684246539

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  12. Mike Van says:

    Hey sundance. Theres gotta be a word for cold anger that stews and grows. Being fueled by year’s of example after example of these people giving us hugs with knives up their sleeves.

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  13. FPCHmom says:

    And Liz Cheney is the most unappealing female to put forth as a face of the party. She is repulsive.

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  14. Contrarymary says:

    Seeings how the wish washy republicons always seem to pick their worst people for leadership, who will never stand up for America or the constitution, she’ll be a shoe-in for these political whore hacks. I’ve also noticed the republicons are pushing more women into politics. I think it’s because they’re more easily influenced and controlled.
    I’ll never forget when guilliani gave up his bid for president and put his support behind McCain, they laughed about the fact they pushed the Christian Right out of the Republican Party. I’m pretty sure that’s why they fought so hard against the honorable judge Roy Moore. He was a strong constitutional Bible believer and they can’t be having that in the gop senate. They’re more apt to stand on principle if they believe in someone higher than themselves and their pocketbook.

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    • sat0422 says:

      All I can say is that Sundance needs to be careful, very careful. The last person (Brietbart) that exposed this sh*t was soon dead. They have your number. Be careful.

      As for Liz Cheney, I am shocked and somewhat dismayed, however, not surprised. The Bush Tribe runs deep and unforgiving. I am still shocked because I once trusted her.
      But, that’s the game played in politics. I am 69 and I learn more from this site daily than I do from anything else. I trust Sundance and the conservative treehouse.

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      • JohninMK says:

        You make a very valid point.

        That Sundance is here still going strong is perhaps in a way a message, that TPTB believe that, in the final analysis, what he and we say here will not actually make a difference. Those that are perceived as threats, like say Assange, are dealt with.

        The game is rigged and is now multi generational nepotism and cronyism, only a revolution will change that and, unlike in previous times, TPTB now know all communications and have overwhelming firepower.

        Sad to say it but we, in their eyes, are but voices in the wilderness.

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    • GB Bari says:

      They don’t pick the “worst people”, they pick whoever they can reliably and completely control. They don’t want independent ultra smart people. They need small minded, selfish stooges who can recite scripts and stick to a narrative. And those are usually compromised people who have a familial relationship to other Uniparty stooges.
      There’s always just a few degrees of separation between today’s puppets and puppets from 30 years ago.

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      • Raghn Crow says:

        They were bought then, as they’re bought now, GB. If it weren’t for LBJ getting us “quagmired” in Vietnam, Eisenhower would have been the last Republican president. Just consider, Gerald Ford was House Minority Leader from ’65 to ’75, and d’ya remember Robert Michel? In the same post from ’81 to ’95. We really haven’t had REPUBLICAN leaders since Robert A. Taft (died 1953) or if one considers him an early “Rino”, then Alf Landon.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Reagan was a good leader, so was Newt Gingrich in 1994. After that, no one really stands out because the GOP refused to adopt true conservative platforms and principles.

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  15. Nightshade says:

    Patriots need to eliminate domestic enemies.

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  16. SanJac says:

    The RNC continues to use that back stabbing Hailey to raise money for winred and how she is helping the President. BS

    Liked by 1 person

    • sat0422 says:

      I get at least 15 TEXT daily from the GOP. I hate to turn them down, but my support for Trump is higher than ever.
      I wonder if he even knows what they send to us on behalf of his name. It borders on ridiculous and outright harassment. Who does that money donated to the GOP really benefit?
      I will vote for Trump even when I am dying but my financial situation has changed. I can’t give like I used to do and yet, they hound me with every name they can think of daily to contribute with a 5x match. I ask, a match from who?
      I will vote for Trump and if I can, I will be a poll worker. That’s all a simple local Republican can do.

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      • JG3 says:

        Thank you! for working the polls. That’s a very important part of the battle. Need all the MAGA group working the polls that possibly can. God bless!

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      • J says:

        You can also get involved with your local Republican Party. That is where we can really make a difference. Be a thorn in their side. Make our ire felt and our knowledge of their complicity known. Force change locally and it will force change nationally.

        My local Republican Party hates me. I am at every event making it known I think they are self-serving criminals who have sold out their constituents. I have influenced many others in my area and there is growing knowledge of the uniparty. After years of uniparty milquetoast reps or outright traitors to our nation here in MI CD-8 (Mike Bishop and Mike Rogers before Alissa Slutkin won in 2018 due to recreational pot on ballot) we have a firm President Trump and second amendment supporter running in Mike Detmer. He is a shoe-in. I see his signs everywhere and few for the other Republicons running.

        Another thing we need to do is vote in EVERY election. Even dog catcher but most importantly in school board elections. Too many Patriotic, critically aware Trumpers dont vote where it makes the most difference–locally.

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      • rozsartyard says:

        I hear you Sato – same here. I deregistered from WR and donate to PT campaign by check.

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    • noswamp says:

      Got an email from “Nikki” and told WIN RED never to send me anything from her again.

      RNC needs to wake up. We do not like Nikki.

      She will NEVER BE PRESIDENT or have ANYTHING to do with the 2020 administration. And neither will Cheney. NEVER.

      We are all awake now. Go back into your life of being a RINO.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Does Pierre Delecto’s niece know about this?

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        • suejeanne1 says:

          Ronna should really slap her Uncle Pierre down for not standing with the President – she should be solidly on the side of our President and let any Republican in office know that they will not have the RNC on their side with their mealy-mouthed behavior.

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          • Raghn Crow says:

            Unlikely to happen; they’re family, for one thing, and Mormon for another. Ronna would be family black-listed if she turned against Pierre le fou, and no doubt the Mormon connection would also make it unlikely.

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  17. s flagler says:

    Sundance speaks so clearly from our hearts it is uncanny. I have been following a long time and have yet to hear another someone speak so closely to my heart on most every subject. He nails almost every subject. God bless Sundance!

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  18. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Ok…….I do not know what the comment about Kristi Noem did not clap for the wall was all about…….So what …..

    Did you hear her speech tonite? …Dawg….she was on fire..

    And…..She’d been clapping all night..

    So here is the way you fix this Haley / Cheju fun fest.

    You tell Pence: “Thank You” for your hard work.
    Time to go play with your rabbits.

    Then you run with Kristi Noem as your Vice President..

    Boom…..Issue over.

    If he stays with Pence, it might get a little tough.

    Pence……
    How did he do on the Virus?
    How did he do on the Transition?
    How did he do in charge of voter fraud?…..Remember Georgia?
    He had Flynn Fired
    The RNC….Priebis…….choose Pence as VP
    He gave away the keys to the Transition Office, thereby allowing fake documents to be sent from there starting the entire Russian fiasco

    I got all the links, but on my phone

    Kristi Noem….

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    • Dutchman says:

      Gunny,
      I WISH he would, but to do that he might as well, at the same time announce he was leaving the,Republicon party, taking his,supporters with him, and starting his own MAGA or America First Party, and regretfully I don’t see him doing that before the election.

      I fear Pence is like Bush Sr. was for Reagan, the traitor in the midst.

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  19. The American Patriot says:

    She’s in for a rude surprise!

    Once Trump transform the party, HE WILL MAKE THE SHOTS who will be taking over leadership positions!

    Of course, RINOs will not be allowed in the Trump RNC!

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    • Hans says:

      As much as I like that..PDT taking over the Republican Party I don’t see that happening anytime soon.

      PDT cannot alienate all the RINO’s … it will,take time to clean house and under today’s. Globalist onslaught it would be foolish to win a fight against a RINO and be impeached.

      As much as a truly dislike Ms Graham .. PDT needs his vote.. South Carolina needs to replace him with a MAGA Republican.. but not this cycle… he won the primary..

      Keep your friends close and your enemies closer could should not be forgotten… PDT is the start of the political revolution.. it will not be complete in four years..

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  20. WWG1WGA says:

    As a long time lurker and admirer of CTH, and the comments from certain frequent posters, who appreciates all news MAGA/KAG and the sunlight provided herein, I can’t help but finally post in response to these words from Sundance that serve to rouse our spirits. Indeed, the Decepticons deserve the same fate as all the Uniparty traitors and usurpers. Cold fury is not blind and, with help, we can see who needs to be illuminated/called out for their misdeeds and ulterior motives. Regardless, there needs to be a unity among those who stand for the Constitution and the rule of law. We have faith that POTUS fights for us. Now is the time to show that we stand behind him and we place our faith in those who have our nation and it’s people at heart. I read this in a post not to long ago, made by a certain letter, and I can’t help thinking how very appropriate these words fit as an addendum to Sundance’s eloquence. We will prevail, gentle ladies and men. Until then, we fight.

    THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives everything its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated. – Thomas Paine

    May peace be with each of you!

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  21. lackawaxen123 says:

    I think the cold anger can become the blue flame (for me it has) … so hot and intense you can’t see it … but its there waiting to burn thru anything these fools throw at us thru November …

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  22. noswamp says:

    So who do we trust as Speaker? Of course not Cheney, but McCarthy? Who?

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  23. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “When Paul Ryan left congress he exited his role as the primary inside resistance operative; however, he did not stop the agenda.”

    Mr. Ryan was a guest on Sean Hannity’s radio show many years ago when he was in the minority. This was either early in BHO’s reign of terror upon the Republic, or at the end of the previous administration. He said all of the right things.

    However, when he became Speaker, he did none of those things. Mr. Hannity never forgot that he had reneged on just about everything he said. If you believe the old adage, “A man is only as good as his word”, that says it all. Mr. Ryan would be useless in the world’s diamond district enclaves, where multi-million dollar deals were conducted with a handshake, rather than a contingent of lawyers. (I don’t know if they still are).

    I personally know the primary author (an attorney) of H.R. 3576, known as:

    – Second Amendment Guarantee Act (SAGA)
    This bill would amend title 18, of the United States Code, to limit the authority of States and localities to regulate conduct, or impose penalties or taxes, in relation to rifles and shotguns.

    It was introduced and sponsored by former Rep. Chris Collins, (R-NY). It was refined slightly when it got to Washington, DC. The primary purpose was to supersede the conflicting hodgepodge of state laws concerning rifles and shotguns. such as banning them for certain cosmetic features (flash suppressors, pistol grips, bayonet lugs, etc.) and restrictions on magazine capacities.

    After months of languishing in limbo, we here in western NY were told by senior powers-that-be in DC that “Second Amendment legislation was not on the Speaker’s priority list”.

    This is when it could have easily been passed, sent to a Republican Senate and signed by PDJT.
    We were told PDJT wanted to govern by passing laws such as this, rather than by Executive Orders.

    A similar fate is why the two bills for concealed carry reciprocity never went anywhere. This would have made your CCL valid anywhere in the USA, just like a license to operate a motor vehicle.

    https://scopeny2a.org/federal-firearms-legislation

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  24. Check back on MY older post(s) I TRIED to warn about “Nikkie” .. that is all,, I’ve been proved “correct”..

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

    The GOPe is dead and they don’t even know it.

    We will never go back. Trumpism and MAGA to infinity and beyond!!!!!

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  26. wvcoalman says:

    Dick Cheney before she can dick you.

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  27. The Listener says:

    Exactly!!! I recognized what Sundance said in his article above quite a while ago. I just cannot express it as eloquently. I voted for President Trump. I voted to make America Great Again. The Republican Party is merely the vehicle used by me to get my vote to President Trump. It is nothing more to me than that. I couldn’t stomach the Republican Party in the past because of the duplicity I have seen. That is why I’m a registered Independent and will never be a registered Republican. I hope the Trump family or someone with money and power create a viable strong third party.

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  28. Julian says:

    Nikki Haley summed up in one tweet……

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    • mac says:

      Julian, thanks for posting that. It says a lot about Haley’s intellect, and what it says is not good. Every time I hear this nonsense about nooses, I think of two things. First, that like almost all racial threats, it is a hoax perpetrated by the purported victims to gain sympathy. Second, this dialogue from Blondie: “It’s no joke, Tuco. It’s a rope.”

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      • nimrodman says:

        “like almost all racial threats, it is a hoax perpetrated by the purported victims”

        closing in on 400
        http://fakehatecrimes.org/

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        • iswhatitis says:

          Yep.

          Good ol’ Nikki Haley jumped full-heartedly right onto the Pander-Wagon, facts be dam*ed.

          I perused her twitter for a bit, and did not not see any retraction or correction of that failed position – although she did retweet Bubba’s B.S. retreat.

          (Also, she endorses and plugs Parler in multiple tweets – which only serves to heighten my wariness of them – LOL).

          RINO’s like her will be happy to assist with ushering in the “new normal”. It’s exactly what they want. The RINO’s role is to be the pied-piper and lead Conservatives to it.

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      #WeHoaxWithBubba!

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  29. KMD says:

    Sheer brilliance on the part of Sundance to expose and explain the uniparty system of plausible deniability politics, where one side provides cover/shade for the other, to further a common agenda…
    Where the Tea Party movement was instrumental in drawing initial fire from the uniparty, our lion President Trump has taken up the reins by systematically turning over nearly every dirty rock in DC to expose the rino / Patriot divide within the GOP. And Sundance has been there all along, blessing and providing “We, the People” with a most treasured gift, via the CTH: KNOWLEDGE…

    And, this gift just keeps on giving! Once people see how the puzzle pieces fit together, and who in gubmint has got uniparty strings tied to them, it becomes impossible to ‘un-see’. (((Their))) biggest fear is the general public learning the TRUTH, and “We, the People” are getting ever closer to a critical mass where this sham is common knowledge that crosses all orchestrated social divides. That knowledge is something where ALL Americans can find common ground to meet upon…

    God bless you, Sundance!

    Happy Birthday, United States of America!!!

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  30. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    When we see anything like this, it’s a big red flag:

    Republican sources close to Cheney told CNN

    Vote smartly everyone. It will take decades of smart voting to weed out the RINOs. It has to be a concerted sustained effort. We’re going to have to run for office ourselves, it appears.

    But just remember: you are not punishing a RINO by refusing to vote in November or by voting for a Democrat or 3rd party candidate. You are punishing President Trump and all of us. You MUST vote straight GOP in November regardless of who your candidates are. Majorities are way more important than individual candidates.

    Sobering fact #1: If the Dems had gained control of the Senate in 2018, President Trump would have been removed from office already. If we re-elect Trump in 2020 but fail to give him the House and Senate majorities, HE WILL BE REMOVED.

    Sobering fact #2: Ginsburg cannot last another 4 years. The next President and Senate will choose her replacement. Do you want the Dems to replace her?

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  31. Phil McCoxwell says:

    These people are losing and they know it and they know we know it. They are desperate to keep their ill gotten gains and strategies a secret. More and more people are waking up to this and they are scrambling. Meanwhile, we methodically take one step at a a time to take our country back. When I play with my new little puppy, what drives him more nuts than anything is when I creep toward him very slow. The inevitable is coming his way and he has to watch it in slow motion. That is what these people are going through. Except we are not going to take their toy and throw it, we are going to end their way of life and put many of them in jail…..God Willing. Remember, God Always Bats Last!

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  32. JG3 says:

    Anyone have the list of those that attended the Dec meeting?

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  33. TradeBait says:

    Cold anger leads to responses using cold logic and action. Don’t have to talk about it. Just take action in the voting booths including volunteering your time with the election commission in your area, post on social media/message boards, work to elect MAGA candidates, go to church, be active in the schools, talk with co-workers/neighbors/friends, etc.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      take action in the voting booths

      People have to understand exactly what to do in the voting booths: vote straight GOP in November.

      The time to weed out the RINOs is during the primaries. In November we need the majorities, anyone who doesn’t vote for their GOP candidates is hurting our cause.

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  34. TJ says:

    Excellent commentary Sundance. Cutting the strings is the hard part.

    As you’ve written before, it’s like an abusive relationship. These (financial, ideological, racial, spiritual, emotional, ethnic, psychological, political, etc) relationships end, when the exit cost is less then staying in.

    “What have you got to lose?” – PT

    The left wing of the uniparty wants to “transform” you, the right wing wants to “redefine” you, as the WSJ and Lincoln Project suggests.

    President Trump’s success is not based on ideological purity, but rugged individualism, he thinks for himself, he’s an American. America first. My opinion only.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      We elected Trump and I pray we are able to re-elect him. We like the Trump GOP. Liz should have gotten the message, it was quite clear. So why is she planning to “redefine” the party? Trump already redefined it and we like it.

      We need a very strong personality to run in 2024. I personally like Jim Jordan a lot. There are several GOP Senators and Representatives I think are our allies, but Jordan in particular is a standout. If I had to choose, at this moment, I would pick Jordan as President and someone like Kellyanne Conway as the VP. 🙂 Can you imagine two brash straight-shooting rapid-fire people as P and VP? 🙂

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    • Hans says:

      WSJ backs Liz Cheney… a democrat/RINO/globalist rag backs a supposedly Republican candidate.. now what could possible be wrong..

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  35. F** RINO carly fiorina wanted To beginning for creepy corrupt Biden VP,👎🥵.

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  36. Well I hate to say it, but we “patriots” have become “too civilized.”
    It is time to take this country back, but it seems we must wait till the RED LINE is crossed, the second ammendment.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Our side can’t even stop watching sports for 6 months to take a stand against the SJW antics of the leagues. And we gave away the House majority to the Dems in 2018, so incredibly stupid I’m still extremely angry about it. And Utah voters put Romney in a 6 year Senate seat when they had the chance to primary that a-hole.

      We’re not just civilized, we’re not acting in our own best interests yet.

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  37. StanH says:

    We must understand that Liz Cheney is a born-and-bred swamp rat. She’s defending the thing that has made the Cheney’s fabulously wealthy. And as her dad helped lead our country into the seething morass that is the Middle East. Oh, our Great President Trump was against and publicly said so at the time, from Gulf War 1 through today.

    KAG!

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  38. pristach says:

    Cold anger absorbs betrayal silently, almost prudently.

    This is a brilliant statement. It’s Machiavellian. And steers us in an enlightened way.

    It can be despairing to see someone who is intelligent manipulated by the media narratives of the day. I mistakenly engaged with them at times.

    It’s of no use.

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  39. pristach says:

    Cold anger absorbs betrayal silently, almost prudently.

    This is a brilliant statement. It’s Machiavellian. And steers us in an enlightened way.

    It can be despairing to see someone who is intelligent manipulated by the media narratives of the day. I mistakenly engaged with them at times.

    It’s of no use.

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  40. kansasguy says:

    Cheney showed her true colors when she defended Vindman after Trump challenged his credibility.

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  41. gunrunner03 says:

    Sometimes I cannot see the forest for the trees. Is there anyone on MSM or Cable News that is publicly speaking out (and against) the RINO’s/GOPe/Decepticons? I believe not but I don’t the follow folks as some may do. My point being that Sundance does a great job but not everyone comes here (that should come here), so who can be (or is) the other voice needed? (Tucker Carlson?). Happy Fourth of July! Happy Birthday America! Forever may she stand!

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  42. Raptors2020 says:

    America has been a liberal country since FDR. The aggressive liberals went to the Democrat Party, the cautious, passive liberals went to the Republicans. Conservatism was the ethos of the outsider, until Reagan.

    Establishment Republicans can be spotted by their quiet, passive way of speaking. Dick Cheney almost whispers. Dubya refused to even attempt to defend himself during the Iraq War. Romney instantly backed down from Candy Crowley. And low-energy Jeb!..

    When Establishment Republicans fight back, they prefer to move in the shadows: look at Paul Ryan, McConnell, John McCain. It’s their norm.

    Does any of this resemble Donald Trump? He’s just not their kind of guy.

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  43. deplorable says:

    “When Paul Ryan left congress he exited his role as the primary inside resistance operative; … “

    Paul Ryan was rewarded with a $335,000 per year board seat with Fox Corp.

    see:
    https://www.directorsandboards.com/news/former-speaker-paul-ryan-joins-fox-corp-board

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  44. Jimmy Jack says:

    As I’ve said here for years now and continue to say I loathe Nimrata Randhawa Nikki Haley. She is a total lying fraud, power hungry and corrupt to the back teeth.

    When Nikki Haley’s role in ratline trafficking through Charleston and uranium shenanigans via Savannah River Site are finally exposed I will celebrate with a delicious mint julep.

    Lord expose these traitorous criminals. .

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  45. railer says:

    Trump will win reelection almost certainly. He will be in strong position to get the Haleys and Cheneys exposed during his next term. They won’t be in any leadership positions of consequence, no matter how much the oligarchs and fake news pump them up with money and coverage. Trump can use them to his advantage when they support him, or chop them down when they cross him. It’s probably a self correcting thingre these 2, in that way. 4 years from now, Trump will bestride a fairly powerful machine, functional and transparent, and they don’t dare get crossways with it. It would doom them the grassroots. The Uniparty may get a taste of what is to come, when Collins takes down McConnell’s wealthy puppet in Georgia.

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    • Yy4u says:

      I think the GOP is dying and will go the way of the Whigs.

      Too many of us have caught on to be fooled by them again. We are tolerating them now because Trump needs them, sorry as they are. But once he is out of office, we have no reason to support them since they are taking us to the same place as the Democrats only at a walk instead of a gallop. 2024 will see a dying GOP, a rebellious Trumpian party.

      For what it is worth I think the Democrats will split too .the frank socialists (Berniw AOC, BLM) and the vegetarian socialists (Schumer, Pelosi.etc). A lot of GOPers belong here (Ryan, Romney, Haley etc)

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    • Issy says:

      railer: I believe Collins will win. I certainly hope so. There is something about Loeffler that is creepy.

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  46. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Our state Utah is not helping. Our Republican primary just re-elected the RINO group – Lt. Governor Cox to replace RINO Gov. Herbert. This happened due to IMPOSED mail-in voting for the primaries and massive numbers of Democrats crossing over to vote for the RINOS (or Huntsman may pull out the win by a squeaker, I think we’re still waiting.)

    How about a pledge – no family member of a state or congressional politician can make money off of a government contract for 7 years AFTER a politician leaves offices, and the politician is limited to 10 years. Would that weed out enough leeches?

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  47. islandpalmtrees says:

    Is Tom Cotton a GOPe or just another opportunist, since he seems to be moving, “to hide behind the minority shield”, now?

    At some point, Cotton realized that President Trump will win the next election. So in order to take full advantage of this new reality. He has moved openly away from the SSCI, without any negative comments from this same committee – strange. While offering open support for President Trump – strange.

    Sundance writes:
    “There are a lot of racially motivated politicians who are using the NASCAR ‘fake noose‘ story to proclaim their woke credentials. “

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    • railer says:

      Cotton is pure neocon. He’s on the watchlist. The probability is that he’s the new Miss Lindsay.

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    • Kaco says:

      I still remember someone from a couple of years ago said to watch and be careful of Tom Cotton, he was GOPe, I hadn’t heard of him at the time. Although I’ve seen from him a couple of things like his stance on China.

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  48. Bubby says:

    I hope and pray that Governor Kristi Noem becomes a force to reckon with, that she can put an end to the Rinos Nikki Haley and Liz Cheney attempts to return the GOPe to running the Republican Party! Time will tell.

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  49. David Williams says:

    Sundance doesn’t know the difference between lie and lay and doesn’t care. He does it over and over.

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  50. Bubby says:

    Hope President Trump reads it!

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