Ever since the election of Donald Trump we have seen both side of the isle go into meltdown.
Most of the hatred and vitriol is from the liberals who are seeing their power structure torn down. When you really look at it Donald Trump is doing everything for the betterment of the American people and the country as a whole. The Democrats are against everything Donald Trump is doing. Let that sink in for a while.
The surprising resistance is from the Republican elite. Jeb Bush thought it was his turn. He’s part of the globalists that have infiltrated the Republican Party. Globalist believe that America must join with the rest of the world and do things that benefit the world as a whole and not just the American people. Fools that they are don’t see that allowing America to be what America has always been is the best benefit to the world.
We see that the Republican Party is full of those that want what the Democrats want, open borders, trade deals that benefit other nations instead of America. When Trump announced his bid for the presidency the 16 candidates were all globalists. He beat them all. He beat them because Americans want to keep America sovereign. Most Americans want the United States out of the United Nations. It has become nothing but a bully platform for Islamic nations and the far left agenda that is bent on a One World Government.
There are complaints that Trump is not getting anything done. That is not all his fault. The majority of the blame falls on the shoulders of two RINO leaders in Congress, Senator Mitch McConnell and Representative Paul Ryan. IF they were true leaders of their Party they would be pushing the president’s agenda instead of the Party’s agenda. It was Trumps agenda that the people voted for not the globalist agenda of the Republican elites.
Trump called for the repeal of the worst healthcare disaster in the history of mankind, Obamacare. The Republicans easily mustered the vote while Obama was still in office:
House Republicans pushed forward with another vote to roll back the Affordable Care Act on Friday, passing a bill that would repeal several major pillars of President Obama’s landmark 2010 law, including the requirement that Americans have health coverage.
The legislation, the latest of more than 50 bills by congressional Republicans to repeal all or part of the health law, would also halt federal funding for Planned Parenthood.
The 240-189 vote will not change anything in the health law or Planned Parenthood, however, as Obama has indicated he would veto the bill if it ever reaches his desk.
Internal Republican divisions over the bill threaten to derail a legislative strategy that GOP congressional leaders had hoped would allow Congress to force Obama to veto a repeal bill.
The current bill was passed through a process known as budget reconciliation, which will prevent Democrats in the Senate from filibustering the bill and allow Republicans to pass the law with a simple majority, if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) can come up with 51 votes. 1
They proudly took a stand against big government intrusion into a private industry that was the best the world had to offer. Yes, it had problems but government takeover is never the solution. But they voted to repeal it knowing full well that Obama would veto the bill. Ah, but they looked good. Now we have a president that would sign the bill and for some strange reason they couldn’t muster the votes to get it to Trumps desk for a signature. There is one reason for this and one reason only, the Republicans were doing nothing but grandstanding with the vote while Obama was still in office.
Even the traitor to the American people, John McCain voted to repeal while Obama was in office but because of his outright hatred of Trump was the deciding vote to stop the repeal. McCain is now more popular with Democrats than he is with Republicans. He is a Viet Nam veteran and a POW but there are many questions about that like why do they call him ‘songbird’. Something to research. He is in the wrong Party. He’s commented on the Democrat Party: “I think the Democrat Party is a fine party, and I have no problems with it, in their views and philosophy.”
The Democrat Party has more of the communist ideology that an American ideology. But McCain is part of the GOP establishment. Senators like him and Lindsay Graham, Orrin Hatch, Sen. Lisa Murkowski of and Susan Collins have stabbed the American people in the back time and time again because of their support for the Democrat ideology over the ideology of the American people.
They are the most well know of the globalists in the Party but in reality any globalist is a threat to America’s sovereignty.
John Kasich of Ohio, and member of the GOP establishment, is one of the worst offenders of the American people. He is a rabid anti-Trumper because of Trumps stand on illegal immigration and refugees from nations that hate us. Kasich believes that we should give amnesty to all illegals and refuge to anyone from anywhere in the world for any reason disregarding the probable dangers to the American people.
We saw Trump cross the isle this last week because the Republican so-called leadership could not get something done, as usual. Trump wanted funding to the relief efforts for Harvey but the Republicans, purists that they are, wouldn’t move forward to help the American people. Even when the vote came down, ALL the opposing votes were from Republicans! 90 in the House and 12 in the Senate. Under these devastating situations for the people in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida, how could anybody vote no? Only the GOP Establishment who want only their agenda no matter what.
I believe, along with Lou Dobbs that this is the beginning of the end for the RINO’s in D.C. It should be. They are supposed to represent the American people but they only care about their agenda, which for some reason has left the American people out in the cold. The 90 Representatives and 12 Senators that voted against this bill and the leadership that failed to lead should be Uber drivers after the 2018 midterm elections.
They have become enemies of the American people.
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