When would these establishment Republicans realize that they have two options: battle fire with fire or leave?
We’re sick of Paul Ryan’s “that’s not who we are” nonsense, while the Democrats mowing us down with their communist agenda.
According to a new poll released today, 53% of Republicans believe Biden was elected through fraud. Despite the fact that this represents more than half of the Republican Party, the GOP has done nothing about it. They dismiss our cries and behave as if nothing happened.
But people like Marjorie Taylor Greene are fighting for us – she’s one of only a few Republicans who is willing to admit that the 2020 election was a hoax.
And how will she be compensated for it?
Because of old Facebook posts that mean nothing, she’s been stripped of all her committee positions, while people like Ilhan Omar, who despises America, and Erick Swalwell, who had an affair with a Chinese spy, are exalted “party leaders.”
But that is precisely what the Republicans do: they wait for the opportunity to virtue signal and “show off” their moral superiority. This is the “high road” nonsense of the loser “Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan.”
Kevin McCarthy, the so-called Republican king, is at it again.
For no apparent reason, he is now attacking and scolding Marjorie Taylor Greene. Exaggerated false news smacked him in the face. Here’s how it went down:
Greene was making the argument that COVID vaccines are dividing citizens into two groups.
On one hand, there are those who have been vaccinated, and on the other, there are those who have not been vaccinated.
Non-vaccinated people are regarded as outcasts.
It’s further dividing the nation and inflaming hatred and rage, and it doesn’t help that our government is forcing people to take this non-FDA-approved shot – and they’re still talking about vaccine passports and other insane stuff.
It’s as if you’re a plague on humanity if you refuse to take a non-FDA-approved vaccine for a virus with a 99.8% survival rate.
What’s up with that? It’s insane.
As a result of all of this, MTG compared our government’s new vaccination policy to the pre-Nazi period, when German-Jewish people were regarded as second-class citizens.
This is what McCarthy refers to as “anti-Semitism” and “disregard for the Holocaust.” What are you talking about? No, it’s not true. Neither of these statements are right.
Let me remind you that for the past five years, Democrats, the media, and Hollywood have been comparing Trump and his supporters to Hitler and calling us Nazis, and Kevin has said nothing about it.