The GOP Needs To Be Disbanded

President Trump lashed out at Mitch McConnell and the Senate GOP for their inaction on November’s stolen election, claiming – rightfully – the GOP has no fight in them.

President Donald Trump has kept the pressure on Senate Republicans amid his campaign election challenges and a push for $2,000 stimulus checks that would be a tough order for the party’s fiscal hawks.

“If a Democrat Presidential Candidate had an Election Rigged & Stolen, with proof of such acts at a level never seen before, the Democrat Senators would consider it an act of war, and fight to the death. Mitch & the Republicans do NOTHING, just want to let it pass. NO FIGHT!”

The president is absolutely correct. The Senate, and the GOP at large, have done mostly nothing to support the president’s effort to expose the election day fraud. In the span of one day, the Republican Party went from the Trump Party to their default – GOP Establishment.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has proved to be less a supporter of the president this fall, saying he considered the White House off limits during coronavirus outbreaks, willfully jumping to defend Joe Biden as president-elect amid election challenges, and telling Republicans in the Senate to not jump on the effort to contest the Electoral College on Jan 6. McConnell has said he considers Biden a friend.

McConnell is a piece of garbage. He took all the credit for confirming judges, knowing full well if Trump hadn’t pressured him it would have never happened. Every single GOP politician knows this election was stolen, and with the possible exception of Rand Paul, not one of them could care less.

In a few weeks, Washington, D.C. will be back to normal. The corruption will return, and the swamp will be rejuvenated, and there will never be another free and fair election. So why would any conservative bother voting for these two-faced bastards?

11 thoughts on “The GOP Needs To Be Disbanded

  1. There are 70 or 80 million of us that voted for Donald Trump that have come to loathe the Republican’ts. I live in Colorado and Cory Gardner is my senator. Well, at least for a few more days. He was defeated by a loathesome commie ex-Governor, John Hickenlooper. But… seeing him defeated gave me a warm fuzzy. He is a worthless RINO that needed to go. I hope the door does hit him in the ass when he leaves. That’s pretty much how I feel about all those useless cowards that call themselves Republicans, but have a spine as firm as a bowl of jello. I used to say I couldn’t do anything about it except vote, but now I can’t even do that. I still think that Donald J. Trump is the best president this country has ever had.


  2. RG – I think along the same lines. Reagan was amazing, but Trump resonated with people that few presidents ever have. I’ll miss him if he’s gone, and I’ll kick myself for not appreciating him more while he was in office.


  3. Mitch & Co. are not interested in draining the swamp, they are the swamp…Republican Party will never get another dime from me…individual Christian, Conservative, Constitutionalists will be supported, but Mitch, Lyndsey, and the reptilian Rinos can go to hell…

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  4. The inauguration of Biden will be tantamount to Caesar being stabbed by the Roman senate over 2000 years ago. Remember Mark Antony’s famous line, “Cry Havoc, and let slip the dogs of war.”


    1. I feel the same way, but I’m convinced that’s also part of “The Plan” so regardless of the futility, I’m still going to cast my vote. It might be for Pat Paulson (is he dead yet?) but nonetheless I’ll probably vote. If I’m dead at the next election, there is no doubt I’ll vote and it will be Democrat across the board.


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