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?

The GOP Has Gone Underground

Apologies for two political posts in a row, but I thought both the previous and current posts are important. The GOP has apparently turned their backs on President Trump at the time he needs them the most. I cannot remember a president treated so poorly by his enemies… and his “allies.”

Where is McConnell? McCarthy? Barr? One of the most important Presidential elections in our nation’s history is being stolen right out from under us—and so-called Republican “leaders” are no where to be found.

Darren Beattie of Revolver News tweeted that he was informed by a White House official “Rick Scott and Marsha Blackburn are talking about Taiwan and Hong Kong… Little rand hasn’t tweeted anything. Lil’ Marco is counter signaling. McConnell has a blackout on this.” Even Lindsey Graham, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is silent. The only Republican senators who have spoken out about the election fraud are Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley. The GOP largely appears to have abandoned the President..

Beatie isn’t wrong. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley have been pretty good, but the rest of the GOP has left the president hanging out to dry. Trump reinvigorated a dying political party, helped change the federal courts and the SCOTUS. He helped get many new GOP politicians into office, and wooed many new voters into the fold.

And what does he get for all that work? Silence.

Few people close to the President seem to care about the Democrat’s fraudulent activities. Amongst them are Rudy Giuliani, Eric Trump, and Jason Miller, who have led a strong anti-fraud movement on the ground in Philadelphia. Another good actor is Former Acting Director of U.S. National Intelligence Ric Grenell, who has been focusing on securing Nevada. In Arizona, a crucial state on Trump’s pathway to victory, the only directly Trump-related event is a press conference hosted by David Bossie, Jeff Dewit, Kelly Ward, and Debbie Lesko.

Republicans’ silence on the issue is deafening. It speaks volumes about their priorities and allegiances—and it will not be forgotten. Establishment types and never-Trumpers have proven themselves incapable of setting aside policy differences to fight for the integrity and preservation of our constitutional republic.

It should surprise no one the GOP can be described as “fair weather friends.” It should also surprise no one that they would turn tail the second the president hit a bumpy stretch. With few exceptions, every one of these politicians are out for themselves. None of them could give a damn about President Trump or the voters who put him (and them) into office.

I guess they figured three years of good governance and leadership was simply too taxing. The GOP we all know and hate will be back in January, and they’ll be as feckless as ever.

Mitch McConnell Is A Disgusting Worm

Senate Majority Head – he’s hardly a leader – Mitch McConnell kowtowed to a member of the corrupt press and paraphrased, “Why yes, we will definitely hold impeachment proceedings after Schiff’s show trials are finished.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday that the Senate cannot dismiss the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, meaning there will be a trial.

“I don’t think there’s any question that we have to take up the matter. The rules of impeachment are very clear, we’ll have to have a trial. My own view is that we should give people the opportunity to put the case on,” McConnell told reporters after being asked about dismissing the articles of impeachment.

That’s bullshit and McConnell knows it. He runs the Senate, and with a GOP majority he can do whatever the f**k he wants. Schumer certainly had no problem changing the rules to favor the party in power, so McConnell could, too. The fact is he doesn’t want to, because he would be fine if the president was removed from office. I despise these mother**kers. Truly.

The Caller contacted all 53 Republican Senate offices to ask if senators would rule out voting to remove Trump from office, and received a variety of responses–seven senators explicitly rejected impeachment in their statement.

So besides Willard “The Rat” Romney, Ben Sassy, Joni Ernst, and Lisa Murkowski, how many other GOP senators will vote with the Democrats? Imagine how much could get done if the GOP treated the Democrats as the opposing, enemy party.

The Turtle Comments On Impeachment

Feckless Senate Majority Mitch McConnell emerged from his turtle shell yesterday, which means we are due for six more weeks of winter. It also means the media caught Mitch before he could scurry away and asked him the chances of impeaching President Trump.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday the Senate would acquit President Donald Trump if the impeachment trial were held today.

“I will say I’m pretty sure how it’s likely to end,” McConnell told reporters, according to Politico. “If it were today I don’t think there’s any question — it would not lead to a removal. So the question is how long does the Senate want to take? How long do the presidential candidates want to be here on the floor of the Senate instead of in Iowa and New Hampshire?”

McConnell has been highly critical of the Democrats’ impeachment process against Trump, arguing last week that the president was being denied due process. McConnell has said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “in the clutches of a left-wing mob” that caused her to pursue impeachment.

How about this, Mitch? Since you’ve been hiding in your office these last three years while the president is fighting – alone – against the leftist mobs, how about we agree there will never be a removal? I mean, you like your cushy job and ill-gotten “contributions,” right? So let’s go with this: you don’t remove a duly-elected president, and you’ll also be the man who stopped the next civil war. How’s that sound?


Mitch McConnell, along with his merry band of merry RINOs, are preparing to block President Trump’s emergency declaration regarding border security.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Monday said that he expects a resolution blocking President Trump’s emergency declaration to pass the Senate, but he does not believe lawmakers will be able to override a veto.

“I think what is clear in the Senate is that there will be enough votes to pass the resolution of disapproval, which will then be vetoed by the president and then in all likelihood the veto will be upheld in the House,” McConnell said while speaking to reporters in Kentucky.

Mitch McConnell is a detestable snake, hell-bent only on keeping his power while the president is being attacked from all sides.

The resolution blocking Trump’s emergency declaration appeared to clinch the 51 votes needed to pass the Senate when Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced over the weekend that he would vote for it.

Sadly, Rand Paul has too much of his father in him. Of course, this twat can vote against the president, because he knows he will never be ousted by his constituents.

Continue reading “RINOs Gonna RINO”

Turtle Power!

Mitch “Turtle” McConnell was apparently allowed to find his balls this week, and decided the Senate will not address the ridiculous “Protect Robert Mueller” legislation.

When you’ve lost the most feckless Senate Majority Leader in American history…

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday thwarted a bipartisan effort to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s job, saying he will not hold a floor vote on the legislation even if it is approved next week in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

McConnell said the bill is unnecessary because President Donald Trump will not fire Mueller. “We’ll not be having this on the floor of the Senate,” McConnell said.

Let’s pretend for a moment this legislation isn’t completely unconstitutional. Instead, let’s focus upon who signs the final bill into law – the President of the United States. Why would Trump agree to this?

The legislation was introduced last week as Trump publicly criticized Mueller, who is investigating potential ties between Russia and Trump’s 2016 campaign as well as possible obstruction of justice by the president. Trump, fuming about a raid of his personal lawyer’s office by a different division of the FBI, said last week the Mueller investigation is “an attack on our country” and is “corrupt.”

Is the president wrong? This investigation started with Russian collusion (and found nothing), then pivoted to obstruction of justice (and found nothing), then pivoted to Stormy Daniels (and found nothing), then pivoted to Michael Cohen. I believe firing Mueller would be a grave mistake – mostly because Mueller looks like a bigger fool the longer this show continues. The president knows this, and I think he knows it’s best to let this clown continue embarrassing himself.

#NeverTrump GOP Gives Dems A Win

The #NeverTrump #TruCon members of congress sealed their own fate yesterday after passing arguably the worst piece of budgetary legislation in American history.

President Donald Trump grudgingly signed a $1.3 trillion federal spending measure Friday and averted a midnight government shutdown — but only after undercutting his own negotiators and setting off a mini-panic with a last-minute veto threat. The episode further eroded the already damaged credibility of both the president and a White House staff that had assured the nation he was onboard.

But Trump praised the bill’s provisions to increase military spending and said he had “no choice but to fund our military. My highest duty is to keep America safe.”

That’s bullshit. (Not his duty, but the “no choice” garbage.) Trump could have vetoed the bill and forced a government shutdown – which is exactly what SecDef Mattis recommended. The Dems would have eventually folded, and the military would have received their funds. But no, the president had to listen to the #NeverTrump jackasses instead of the voters who elected him into office.

Trump’s decision to ultimately sign the bill came after a call from Speaker Ryan.

Go figure, Paul Fucking Ryan. Screw you, Wisconsin; I mean that sincerely. That’s not to say I don’t blame Trump. He could have ended this debacle, and chose not to. When the GOP loses the House in 2018 – and they will – the Democrats will impeach him.

At around 9:30 a.m. Friday, Ryan encouraged the president to sign the bill, according to a person familiar with the communication, and discussed all the wins it delivered, especially for the military.

Let’s check out the “wins” this bloated garbage pile of a bill gets us: $500 million to fund Planned Parenthood, $48 million toward congressional budgets, $3.6 billion (with a b) for opioid abuse, no Obamacare fixes, and no border wall. I know I’m excited; how about you?

The GOP lost me a long time ago. With the exception of Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Jim Jordan, and Louie Gohmert, the rest are useless wastes of oxygen who spend our money like drunken sailors.

Oh well, maybe President Pence will embrace conservatism.

The Stupid Party Is At It Again

The media is continuing their unfounded attacks on President Trump, and true to form, the GOP is folding in the face of pressure.

Republicans in Congress are increasingly dispirited over the chaos surrounding Donald Trump, with several saying the nonstop revelations are imperiling their legislative agenda and the top Senate Republican signaling he’d go his own way on some of the president’s top priorities.

What legislative agenda? You assholes have done nothing – nothing – since January, and you expect us to support you?

Those concerns mounted after news broke Tuesday evening that Trump asked James Comey to close the FBI’s investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

That’s bullshit and fake f**king news. Comey’s memo said nothing about Trump asking him to close the Flynn investigation. “I hope you can let this go,” if Trump even said that – no one has seen the memo yet – can be interpreted many ways, but Trump never specifically asked to have the investigation shut down. It’s an out and out lie.

Comey wrote a memo about the conversation immediately after it occurred in February. Democrats said Trump’s request amounted to obstruction of justice while Republicans demanded information from the administration.

Really? A self-serving memo no one has even seen is now evidence of a crime? I must have missed the day they taught that in the police academy.

Earlier Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s prepared to block Trump on many of his proposed budget cuts and won’t support major tax cuts that add to the deficit. Nor would he commit to building Trump’s border wall.

Wow, there’s a shock. McConnell and Paul Ryan are despicable pieces of human filth, and their continuous Trump obstruction will lead to their demise in 2018. The GOP will lose the House next year, because they have given people nothing to vote for. No agenda, no accomplishments, nothing.