GOP Washington Establishment's Turn To Embrace 'Denial'?

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    A Billionaire Real Estate Mogul / Reality TV Star came out of nowhere, giving the American people a voice, ran against the Career, corrupt, complacent, non-representative, status quo-defending, Washington Establishment Elitist GOP - who all despised and hated him, kicked their asses, and went on to win the Presidency against another 'Washington Monument', Hillary Clinton.

    The Democrats have been in denial and butt-hurt ever since. The GOP leadership have continually been attempting to quietly sabotage the President's agenda to ensure he is a failure. They can't allow a candidate / President picked by the people actually succeed - it might get the American people thinking they can pick politicians on their own without having to be told which Washington Establishment candidate will represent them.

    In the recent Alabama election another Washington Establishment candidate was pitted against a candidate again chosen by 'the people' represented by an 'alliance of insurgent conservative groups'. Some in the media hyped this election as a test - a contest - of the Washington Establishment versus former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, 'field general / voice of the people's army'.

    ...and 'the people' won against the Washington Establishment again.


    GOP establishment doubts Bannon’s primary powers

    "Establishment Republicans are skeptical that former judge Roy Moore’s victory in last week’s Alabama GOP primary runoff means that an alliance of insurgent conservative groups, led by former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, is about to knock off more Republican incumbents.

    Bannon and his allies have used Moore’s Tuesday night victory over the establishment-backed Sen.
    Luther Strange Strange as a springboard to float challenges against a fleet of Republican incumbents. Bannon and his allies see the wind at their backs after a unified and high-profile push, arguing that the win means that no incumbent is safe.

    But some establishment Republican strategists aren’t buying it. They argue that the influence Bannon and his Breitbart News outlet had on Moore’s victory is overblown and that the unique set of circumstances that won Alabama won’t be easily transferable to other primary challenges across the country.
    Establishment Republicans are skeptical that former judge Roy Moore’s victory in last week’s Alabama GOP primary runoff means that an alliance of insurgent conservative groups, led by former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, is about to knock off more Republican incumbents."


    The 'people' (Trump Supporting Republicans) have recently been putting serious pressure on Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, even forcing discussion of replacing McConnell as Leader in the Senate for their incompetence and lack of ability to be able to get anything done (and / or attempted sabotage of Trump
    s agenda).

    For now the Washington Establishment are all huddled together, comforting themselves by telling each other That Trump's defeat of all other GOP Candidates in the Presidential Primaries, his win of the WH, and the recent loss of GOP Incumbent in Alabama is all a coincidence...an anomaly...

    Yeah, good luck with that, boys and girls. Look how well ignoring the American people has worked out for the Democrats - 1,000+ elections lost, House lost, Senate Lost, & WH lost.

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