We have had it. This disrespect has continued for a really long time. Conservatives got out the vote that brought a Republican president to the White House despite seemingly insurmountable opposition, as he defeated the Clinton political machine. We likewise returned Republican greater parts to the two places of Congress. At that point, we get a kick in the teeth from RINOs like McCain, Graham, Ryan, McConnell, and unreasonably numerous other people who are endeavoring to exceed the Democrats in blocking the president.
The Republican party has its share of defeatists and backstabbing individuals. Shames to the party, for example, John McCain can bloviate about “standing on principles,” however we realize that is trash. There is an extensive rundown of RINOs who must be overwhelmingly restricted in future Republican primaries.
Another approach that would be useful is expelled them from their initiative positions now. Ryan, out as Speaker. McCain, out as Chairman of Armed Services. What’s more, maybe at the highest priority on the rundown, Mitch McConnell needs to get the boot as Senate Majority Leader, if for no other explanation than his steady record of disappointment. Shouldn’t something be said about the border wall? Shouldn’t something be said about the repeal and replace of Obamacare? McConnell gets an “F” for his leadership performance. Subsequently, it does not shock anyone that conservative groups want McConnell and his comrades out, and their substitution by actual conservatives who will take care of business.
“The leaders of several conservative groups called Wednesday for Mitch McConnell to step down as Senate majority leader, arguing the Kentucky Republican and the rest of his team should be ousted from their posts because they have not implemented the conservative agenda they promised.”
No kidding. Either McConnell & Company are incapable of leading, or they oppose the conservative agenda. Either way, out they go.
“‘We call on all five members of the GOP Senate leadership to step down, or for their caucus to remove them as soon as possible,’ Ken Cuccinelli, the former attorney general of Virginia who now leads the Senate Conservatives Fund, said at a Wednesday press conference on Capitol Hill.
“All the leaders come from anti-Republican establishment organizations with ties to the Tea Party movement. They have long been thorns in McConnell’s side and have backed conservative challengers to Republican incumbents in Senate races. They include representatives from FreedomWorks, the Tea Party Patriots and For America.”
It’s the ideal opportunity for a rude awakening. Either McConnell and his team get the boot, or it’s an ideal opportunity to concede that getting comes about is just irrelevant. This inability to lead, and endless open deliberation, is a delay the nation and a double-crossing of the conservatives Republicans who returned Republican larger parts to the two houses. It is shameful to slap them in the face by giving such despicable losers as party leaders.
On the off chance that that sounded brutal, here’s the stinging prosecution of McConnell and his team issued by an accumulation of conservative groups. Ponder what he thought of this letter?
“‘You and the rest of your leadership team were given the majority because you pledged to stop the steady flow of illegal immigration,’ the letter states. ‘You have done nothing. You pledged to reduce the size of this oppressive federal government. You have done nothing. You pledged to reduce, and ultimately eliminate the out-of-control deficit spending that is bankrupting America. You have done nothing. You promised to repeal Obamacare, “root and branch.” You have done nothing. You promised tax reform. You have done nothing.’”
Regarding genuine business, Mr. McConnell would be let go for ineptitude, apathy, irreconcilable circumstances, or whatever is making him bomb so appallingly, and hurt both the nation and the conservative cause in this manner.
McConnell and a few others have to hear those words, “You’re fired!”
H/T Fox News