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Why Does the GOP Elite Hate Its Own Base?

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Posted By: GustoGrabber, 12/9/2022 6:47:13 AM

It is one of the most bitter and tragic ironies of our contemporary politics that the leadership of one of America’s two major political parties, the Republican Party, utterly despises that party’s very own voting base. The GOP elite’s scorn for its own voters has, at this point, been a long time in the making. The trend accelerated during the 2009-2011 rise of the Tea Party, a grassroots movement fueled by constitutionalism and anti-elite populism. The crustier elements of the Republican establishment ran as far away as possible from the Tea Party, and the 2012 presidential coronation of private equity plutocrat Mitt Romney effectively killed the movement.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 12/9/2022 6:49:11 AM (No. 1352560)
Because they're not Republicans and they're not elite. Political grifters.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Periwinkel 12/9/2022 6:55:59 AM (No. 1352565)
It's a great morning...Hugh Hewitt is pontificating and outraged about the shadow banning at Twitter. My thought is "there are none so blind as those who WILL NOT see."
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Reply 3 - Posted by: mean Gene 12/9/2022 6:58:52 AM (No. 1352568)
Before Trump was elected (the 1st time) GOP leaders were honest enough to admit all they wanted to do was "manage the decline (of America, getting rich in the process.) At the top level, the GOP is just a fake arm of the uniparty. They play at being the loyal opposition, but really offer no true alternative. Trump exposed that. His supporters aren't a trustworthy base for the GOP. Trump supporters refuse to send cash to the GOP to dole out to uniparty members over Trump supporters.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Krause 12/9/2022 7:04:41 AM (No. 1352573)
Term limits would solve so many problems.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Califedup 12/9/2022 7:12:34 AM (No. 1352579)
Option 2 - The republican party will cease to exist has already started. Not one dime, no support whatsoever of any kind for the republican party. It needs to go. It is as corrupt and as big an enemy to our Republic and our way of life as the Communist Death Democrat Party and the Federal Government. We should right now have a super majority in the House and the Senate.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rich323 12/9/2022 7:33:56 AM (No. 1352589)
They are Uniparty not Republicans or conservatives. They left their own party years ago, but didn’t give themselves a name. They are the minority faction of secret democratsthat get elected because of their reliance on Uniparty cheating and thuggery.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: czechlist 12/9/2022 7:38:52 AM (No. 1352592)
The Godfather, Goodfellas, Casino, political parties get it?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: voxpopuli 12/9/2022 7:39:05 AM (No. 1352593)
Bribed Then blackmailed
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Californian 12/9/2022 7:42:35 AM (No. 1352596)
Because far too many voters are dumb and keep voting in people they should know hate them and all they stand for. I despise but do not blame the establishment GOP America haters for what they do. It's the Republican base's fault for falling for their "vote for us because blue is so much worse!" false dichotomy. We have a real choice. Stop voting for these people and stop giving them time and stop volunteering for their campaigns. They are not a valid alternative to the left. They -are- the left. It's why they hate you. Vote conservative, support conservative. If there's no conservative on the ballot do not vote for the lesser evil. They're still evil and do not deserve your support.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Muguy 12/9/2022 7:43:51 AM (No. 1352597)
A very important and sobering article. We all know this information, but this really begins to sink in and hit home. fta: "Raheem Kassam has dubbed the GOP’s “McLeadership”—Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel—appears poised to remain in power. Republican leadership to the Republican rank-and-file: SHUT UP AND GO AWAY (caps mine) Some republican stalwarts voted to sell U.S. so average Americans who have religious free--speech dissent of gay marriage can now be SUED-- Elise Stefanik, Kat Kammack and Darrell Issa-- time for a REAL party who represents the BASE yet???
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Sanchin 12/9/2022 7:52:11 AM (No. 1352604)
Several state that the current GOP is no longer “Republican”, no they are truly Republican. The problem is that so many have simply been lied to, used, and betrayed because we believed the false mask that was presented as the Republican Party and believed the lies used to get our support and votes represented the core belief of the Republican Party. We elect personalities who parrot what we wish to hear but once the election is over we are discarded as mere deplorable. No the GOP died years ago if not decades ago with the possible exception of Reagan who was forced to take on Bush Sr as VP which keep things in check.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Are You Serious 12/9/2022 8:00:07 AM (No. 1352613)
This is easy. The GOP politicians have no interest in governing....only in keeping their own cushy jobs. They are as immoral and corrupt as the dirtiest Democrat.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: bogeegolf 12/9/2022 8:08:36 AM (No. 1352622)
They only like useful idiots. Most of us are on to them.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: slipstik 12/9/2022 8:11:37 AM (No. 1352628)
Simple. We are NOT their base, and haven't been for about 5 generations.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: downnout 12/9/2022 8:22:34 AM (No. 1352636)
Oh, the answer is simple. The elites (cough, gag) look at the majority of Republicans and say “They’re not our kind, Muffy”….
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Italiano 12/9/2022 8:28:29 AM (No. 1352638)
My man Dan Bongino said it best: "You have to understand that in DC, most Republicans are Democrats, but no Democrats are Republicans." And if you keep track of the more "prominent" of the Never Trump eunuchs, you'll note that they absolutely trash every prominent conservative out there, politician or pundit, regardless of the issue.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: The Remnants 12/9/2022 8:29:08 AM (No. 1352639)
Exactly what qualities do "the elites" have that make they elite? Courage, honesty, integrity? Anyone?
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Reply 18 - Posted by: The Remnants 12/9/2022 8:31:16 AM (No. 1352645)
#16 - "make them elite" that is. I am not an elite and so make mistakes.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 12/9/2022 8:39:48 AM (No. 1352651)
I am fed up with the GOP uniparty elites. I don’t give a dime to the RNC, nor to the Republican Senate and House Campaign Committees. They don’t represent me.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: RayLRiv 12/9/2022 8:40:46 AM (No. 1352653)
...because they think they're better than any of us only because they're in positions of power that directly affect our lives, when in reality they're rich bored losers who can't or won't cut it in the private sector.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 12/9/2022 8:44:42 AM (No. 1352656)
Why do you think? Because Big tech, Soros, and Xi pay well. Just follow the money to a bunch of senile and overweight white guys who never had a real job - aka the GOPe.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: felixcat 12/9/2022 8:48:19 AM (No. 1352662)
And many/most of those Republicans who voted for the BS marriage bill also vote for continued aid to Ukraine. Reps like Michael Waltz (R- FL) , former Green Beret who seems tot think pumping billions into Ukraine to take out Putin is in our national interest. Of course, who comes after Putin doesn't seem to register.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: chumley 12/9/2022 9:02:27 AM (No. 1352679)
They showed who they are when they foisted McCain on us and then Romney. I am ashamed to admit I voted for both of them, because there was no better choice. I'm sure they were counting on that. We vote for the lesser of two evils and wonder why we keep getting evil. They dont hate me any more than I hate them.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: DW626 12/9/2022 9:11:23 AM (No. 1352689)
We don’t pay them enough.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: clayusmcret 12/9/2022 9:55:26 AM (No. 1352738)
Republicrat elites want two things: a modest degree of power and prestige, and to be liked at the country club and bars. First they want some power over their republican followers; not too much...just enough to be able to lord over their own voters. Too much power would mean they'd be held responsible for accomplishing, or not accomplishing what they promise to accomplish. By not being in leadership control, they can rant all day about what they would accomplish if only they could. Second, they want their political opponents on the democrat side to like them. When they walk into the country club or evening bar, they want to get the "NORM!" treatment; even if it's meant in a sarcastic "Here come the idiots" way that democrats talk to republicrats. It gives McConnell, McCarthy and their ilk a warm and fuzzy feeling to be faux-liked. So there are the two reasons they treat their voters like trash. It's how they get treated by the democrats and it feels fine.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: JimBob 12/9/2022 9:58:02 AM (No. 1352741)
Why? Because the GOPe are Uniparty DIRDS (Democ'RATS in Republican Disguise). By the time most people have a voice- in the general election- the candidates have already been chosen. All too often, it is a choice between a Democ'RAT and a DIRD. I oppose forming a third party..... most uninformed voters (which are the vast bulk of the voters) vote for one party or the other. Third party candidates are relegated to the fringes. It seems to me that the way forward is for Conservatives to take over the Republican party, the way the Communists have taken over the Democ'RAT party. But to do it...... that's the Rub. Most people who want less government, who want the government out of everyone's lives, are busy working and making a living. By nature they are not into politics on an everyday basis. Most of the people who are into politics everyday want to run everyone else's life..... which means they are Leftist Democ'RATS. Add in the leftist 'mainstream' media and the leftist online media - Yahoo, Google, MSNBC and the rest..... and the scales are tipped against us.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: uforabin 12/9/2022 10:55:59 AM (No. 1352826)
FTA, “Those voters were sick of the same-old Republican pablum…” We are still sick of this. The following is also FTA. It is well-said, very true and very troublesome; “The leadership can ameliorate the chasm by listening to or better accommodating the rank-and-file, or the organization will cease to exist. Because for the GOP, that status quo is simply unsustainable.”
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Reply 28 - Posted by: MDConservative 12/9/2022 11:18:12 AM (No. 1352854)
Professional politicians have no love for the amateurs, who are mostly one-issue ideologues seeking to derail them. In the case of the Tea Party, one could see at the March on Washington how the movement would be co-opted by the pros. Anyone there could see the "Vote for Me" wrapped busses parked seemingly everywhere, the hired "ambassadors" handing out merch and flyers touting this or that organization, PAC or politician...all of them on "our" side. And then came the big suck...right into partisan politics. It was fun while it lasted.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: BarryNo 12/9/2022 11:32:15 AM (No. 1352877)
In answer to the headlines question.: The USSR sent hundreds of deep infiltratoprs into the USA for years. They spoke like Americans, publicly acted like Americans and wormed the way into politics, religion and Education. Do you imagine they LOVED the citizens they aped? These GOP elite, many of who share common origins with the above entities, are, underneath it all, Swamp-born Democrats and Globalists. I say this so often; a Label is not Reality. They may say they are Republicans, but they are there to frustrate and destroy any attempt we make to return this nation to the control of the People.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: danu 12/9/2022 3:13:54 PM (No. 1353072)
Why not? Pays well. Vlad-a-dog was a grubby peasant child who played with rats. He hopes to cover his cagey -b shame with a gilt-covered Romanov crest. These prancing gits of the GOP-establishment elite think they are King George III --or, even worse, his debauched son. Never ones to over-reach--the Demoncrats want to impeach Satan as a soft-hearted dullard, and install themselves as hellonearth. As proof, look at Murk Eliars -who resembles the bad-seed spawn of Rove-after a restful 15 year stretch in Attica, getting his PHD in crimes.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: mifla 12/10/2022 5:45:45 AM (No. 1353356)
Elitists always look down on those they consider outside of their circle.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: judy 12/10/2022 6:00:22 AM (No. 1353362)
Republicans voted for republican candidates because they thought they were a better choice than the dems... once elected they turn into dems...soooo. That's why the elite republicans detest Trump... he depends on the middle class... he doesn't need the rich class $$ or support. People like Romney, Bush & Rove will never get it!!!
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Reply 33 - Posted by: tivey6301 12/10/2022 6:46:27 AM (No. 1353382)
Because they want the same things as the democrats....
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Rinktum 12/10/2022 7:07:50 AM (No. 1353386)
We have a moveable caste system in this country. We would never admit it but it is there. Individuals can move up and down the system but those at the top like the political class believe they have the right to rule over the great unwashed masses. The country has been open to the movement between the classes and Americans have taken advantage of that mobility, but the caste system is still very much working. This is why the political elite look down their noses at the middle class. They have even gone so far as to try and pull the financial rug out from under them by outsourcing manufacturing and keeping the political caste pure. Only approved individuals who have paid their dues are permitted to move into the higher echelon of Americans. The working class slobs who actually make the country work are not worthy. They don’t go to the right schools or have the best pedigrees so it’s best to keep them in their place especially when they actually believe the government is one of, by and for the people. How dare they believe they can drive a political philosophy. The fact the Donald Trump recognized the importance of the working class and actually supported it and built a political philosophy that finally recognized their legitimate contribution to this country was why was he treated as a pariah. He embraced what they considered beneath them. He understood the forgotten men and women and was their champion. This is the egregious mistake that can never be forgiven by the political elites. It made him totally unacceptable and worse, unworthy. He rightly understood that all the animosity toward him from both political parties was because of their loathing and hatred of us. He was just in the way. This is the crux of our problem. Our government elites are determined to crush the movement that President Trump created when he addressed the concerns of everyday Americans. Look no further than the betrayal of our values by both parties. The recent marriage act is one of contempt for our Judeo-Christian founding. It is an in your face rebuke to us for daring to believe that marriage is a covenant between one man and one woman, a concept that has been affirmed since the beginning of time. It is a pair bonding that creates families which is the foundation of any civilization. What these political elites have decided is that it is they who have the power to define an institution that has been the foundation for civilization. These arrogant politicians believe it is their right to define ancient truths and rule over us. Furthermore, they have usurped our rights as American citizens to choose our own leaders. When they stole 2020 and got away with it that emboldened them to flex their political muscle and let it be known just who wields the power in this country. They cut off our only recourse to change, the ballot box. Now we go on pretending we the people have a say in our government and they continue to show us who’s boss. How do you feel about stolen elections now? Think maybe fighting a little harder after the 2020 fiasco would have been a better strategy? Moving on as we were advised by our betters didn’t turn out so well. It only made the political elites more powerful and they survived to continue to sit at the top of the hierarchy in the country playing God with our way of life.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: WimeTarmerFable 12/10/2022 7:38:02 AM (No. 1353405)
There is one sure way to beat the McMeeley Mouthed Mashers, #NotOneRedCent. Not one red cent to the GOP until they stand up to the dastardly destroyers. Period.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: Laotzu 12/10/2022 8:20:58 AM (No. 1353439)
We are now living under feudal fascism, created by a federal government that operates well beyond the scope of its Constitutional role. The orchestrated, instant smack-down of the highly cogent Tea Party should have been a red flag to every American. Instead, it barely went noticed.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: marbles 12/10/2022 8:34:24 AM (No. 1353447)
The uniparty is a criminal enterprise. Their greatest fear is an informed electorate. They have no interest in governing.......... unopposed rule has always been their objective.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: bigfatslob 12/10/2022 8:50:03 AM (No. 1353457)
Are they elite because they declare themselves so? Fat grifters declare themselves elite to eat in the trough with other useless beings as themselves. I don't raise any man above me because of their wealth. Like my pappy used to say, "if you're going to be stupid at least have manners". That sums up the republican elites they are stupid and useless to the base as I view them. I was Tea Party proud, but we stood alone this time a leader emerged with MAGA that scared the spineless elites. RINOs is a fitting call for these losers.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: bobmadison 12/10/2022 9:02:32 AM (No. 1353466)
Maybe Hillary was right: We are deplorables all the GOP ELITE.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: mc squared 12/10/2022 10:55:46 AM (No. 1353568)
'If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it.' Mark Twain
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Reply 41 - Posted by: Zigrid 12/10/2022 11:21:39 AM (No. 1353608)
These fools are called's all about power in DC...and who controls the purse strings of the taxpayers...romney and chenny are perfect examples of this phenomenon ...they hated President Trump's rise to power with the people and they secretly set out to destroy him...the started the "Get Trump Party"...and are still trying to convince desantis he should run against President Trump...thereby splitting the vote...and viola a democrat's obvious what's happening...
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Heil Liberals 12/10/2022 2:47:50 PM (No. 1353744)
Of course they do. They are the Uniparty. They hate us. How do I know? Their speeches are all the same, just like the Democrats. Platitudes and lies. They absolutely hate us.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: edgar 12/10/2022 5:12:18 PM (No. 1353796)
I became registered as Unaffiliated on 01/06/2020 when the republican party sat down and failed to support their candidate. This has only repeated itself in every election since then, My question to anyone who is still a card carrying GOP'er, Why? They despise you and feed at the Wall Steet trough. You mean nothing to them.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: thatsomewhereplace 12/10/2022 9:53:45 PM (No. 1353910)
Way back when the tea party began, my boss fumed and fussed. Talked to many of his cohorts. General opinion. The Tea Party was a nothing burger. Never mind the right to engage bring forth a way to engage other opinions. The rino bigwiggies (almost) successfully undermined and stopped a legitimate organization that differed with them. "The trend accelerated during the 2009-2011 rise of the Tea Party, a grassroots movement fueled by constitutionalism and anti-elite populism. "The crustier elements of the Republican establishment ran as far away as possible from the Tea Party, and the 2012 presidential coronation of private equity plutocrat Mitt Romney effectively killed the movement." My boss is/was wrong. Obviously did not understand that the creation of the Tea Party could have been a way to bring us back to civility. Mitt Romney? I wonder what his father's name is/was.
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On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) stated that Viktor Bout, the arms dealer who was serving time in prison for agreeing to supply weapons to U.S. agents posing as Colombian terrorists to kill Americans, freed by the Biden administration in the prisoner swap to secure the release of Brittney Griner from Russia, is “a nasty, bad” person, but “He has not killed Americans.” Although, Jackson Lee noted that Bout’s “weapons might have been used to kill Americans.” Jackson Lee stated, “Let me say this, no one knows the story of Paul — of the weapons dealer, if you will.
50 shell-shocked teachers, staff flee
chaotic Florida school district
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Posted by Imright 12/10/2022 1:10:34 AM Post Reply
Violent and disrespectful classroom behavior has led to a staggering 50 teachers and bus drivers to quit a Florida school district in the last two years. Brevard County School District, the state’s 10th-largest, held a heated meeting Thursday that offered an unvarnished and often disturbing glimpse into the state of its classrooms. “On an everyday basis I am deflecting being attacked, scratched, headbutted, pushed, hit,” teacher Alicia Kelderhouse said as her voice choked with emotion. “I’ve had my hair pulled, and pulled down to the ground. I’ve had my throat gone for on multiple occasions. It’s on an everyday basis right now.”
Brittney Griner Negotiator Says Putin
Overruled Double Swap at Last Minute
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Posted by NorthernDog 12/10/2022 10:23:21 AM Post Reply
Brittney Griner negotiator Bill Richardson has expressed his sadness that Paul Whelan didn't come home together with the basketball star, adding that he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin overruled his advisers at the end of negotiations, dismissing a "two-for-two" exchange of prisoners. "I was sad that Paul Whelan was not part of it. I've been for four years trying to find formulas to get Paul back, but it always seems that, at the very end, there's a roadblock," Richardson, a former New Mexico governor and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, told CBC on Friday. "I thought there would
“They’re Losing Their Christian Values.
They’re Losing Their Families. It Is
No Longer the America We Knew” – International
Arms Dealer Viktor Bout Gives First Interview
Since His Release from US Prison (Video)
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Posted by Imright 12/11/2022 1:40:35 AM Post Reply
Victor Bout gave his first interview on Saturday since his release from prison in the US. On Friday, Joe Biden traded the “Merchant of Death” for pot-smoking America-hating WNBA star Brittney Griner. WNBA star Brittney Griner was found guilty of drug smuggling with criminal intent in a Russian court back in August. Russian prosecutors pushed for a sentence of 9.5 years in a penal colony. Russia released Brittney in exchange for international arms dealer Viktor Bout.
She's not done yet! Kari Lake asks Arizona
court to THROW OUT results of gubernatorial
election she lost, and either declare
her winner or re-run race against surprise
Dem victor Katie Hobbs
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Posted by Imright 12/10/2022 5:32:25 PM Post Reply
Kari Lake has filed a lawsuit challenging the Arizona gubernatorial election results - and is seeking a court order that declares her the winner. The 70-page suit filed on Friday asks for an order declaring that Lake is the winner of the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election, or alternatively throwing out the results and requiring the state's Maricopa county to conduct a new election.  Lake has refused to acknowledge that she lost to Katie Hobbs by more than 17,000 votes.  The suit filed in Maricopa County Superior Court centers on long lines and other difficulties that people experienced while voting on Election Day in Maricopa County.
US Soccer Journalist Grant Wahl Died At
The Stadium Yesterday – In A Chilling
Video His Brother Says He Was Killed For
Supporting The LGBT Religion At The World
Cup And His Last Post Raised Even More Suspicion
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 12/10/2022 1:43:15 PM Post Reply
Renowned soccer journalist Grant Wahl has died, the U.S. Soccer Federation reported Friday. Wahl, 48, was in Qatar covering the World Cup when he passed away. Wahl’s agent, Tim Scanlan, said that the journalist “appeared to have suffered some sort of acute distress in the press room” of the stadium during the quarterfinal match between Argentina and the Netherlands, when the two teams began playing in extra time. Paramedics were called to the scene, Scanlan said, but were unable to revive him. 
Detroit School Board Trying To Cancel
Dr. Ben Carson By Removing His Name From
A School
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Posted by Imright 12/10/2022 8:49:56 AM Post Reply
The Detroit school board is trying to remove Dr. Ben Carson’s name from a high school that was named in his honor. This is cancel culture. They are obviously going after Carson because he is a Republican who worked for the Trump administration. Dozens of people who worked with Carson are standing up for him now. They wrote a column for FOX News: We worked for Dr. Ben Carson. We know Dr. Ben Carson. Canceling him is just not right. Education is the gateway to opportunity. It’s the medicine that cures most ails, and it is the means by which we equip our next generations with the tools they need
Stellantis idling Belvidere Jeep Cherokee
plant indefinitely, laying off 1,350 auto workers
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Posted by NorthernDog 12/10/2022 11:55:19 AM Post Reply
Stellantis is idling the Belvidere Assembly Plant, the exclusive production home of the Jeep Cherokee, and laying off its remaining 1,350 workers. The indefinite plant closure is set for Feb. 28, the automaker announced Friday. (Snip) Last year, Jeep Cherokee sales fell 34% to 89,126 vehicles, according to Stellantis. Cherokee sales have plummeted this year, falling nearly 61% to 30,852 vehicles through the third quarter, according to Kelley Blue Book. Most of the 1,350 workers at the Belvidere plant are hourly employees who could be eligible for a combination of state unemployment and supplemental unemployment benefits, which are paid by
Tucker Carlson's onetime 'Liberal Sherpa,'
Cathy Areu, is arrested and in jail in Miami
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Posted by FlyRight 12/10/2022 11:43:57 AM Post Reply
In the early days of Tucker Carlson’s prime time Fox News show (from shortly after its premiere in 2017 until around 2020), before it found its current footing, a frequent guest, dubbed the “liberal sherpa,” was Cathy Areu. She served as an outrageous foil for Carlson, who debated her on her outrageous claims of support for a variety of bizarre radical left positions.On Friday, December 9, Areu was arrested and jailed in Miami, Florida, according to the Daily Mail which broke the story, for “kidnapping her own mom TWICE and scamming her out of $224,000.” The Daily Mail article, published on December 9,
Is Mitch McConnell's iron grip on the
Senate starting to weaken?
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Posted by DW626 12/10/2022 4:52:58 AM Post Reply
Despite the midterm elections loss of four compelling Republican Senate candidates, a handful of persistent, emboldened senators have stepped forward to re-establish their authority, thereby creating the beginning of a paradigm shift in the Senate's balance of power. In addition, on January 3, four new senators, all oriented to America First, will take their seats. Beginning with the November 16 challenge to Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)'s thirty-year reign, ten senators voted to oppose his 2022 reappointment.
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