Are the RINOs of Trumpery in Eclipse?

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Despite the American People orchestrating the exile of the double-impeachee who lost his Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term, inciting his goons to attack the U.S. Congress after the democratic verdict, the more incorrigible of his cult continue to fester, but the Republican Party is showing signs of recovery.

The glitzy, impudent Matt Gaetz model may be outmoded, and the reliable retro version of conservatism again ascendant in the GOP.


As they prepare to face primary challengers, the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump after his supporters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 raised significantly more money during the first quarter of 2021 than they did two years earlier.



[A]t the Conservative Political Action Conference, Trump called out all 10 by name and told his supporters to
“Get rid of them all”


in next year’s elections.

... As they prepare to face primary challengers, the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump after his supporters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 raised significantly more money during the first quarter of 2021 than they did two years earlier.
The group, leveraging the power of incumbency, also swamped their GOP primary opponents in almost every instance during the first round of fundraising since angering Mr. Trump with their votes, new Federal Election Commission filings show...
The race for Wyoming’s single House seat is a good example of the dynamics at play. The $1.5 million raised by the main campaign committee for Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, the highest-ranking House Republican who is contending with impeachment-vote consequences, represented almost five times what she raised in the first quarter of 2019...
Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, perhaps the most outspoken critic of Mr. Trump among the 10 Republicans who voted for impeachment, raised more than three times what he did two years ago, pulling in around $1.1 million during the quarter for his main campaign committee. He had $2.5 million in his campaign fund at the end of the quarter.


"On January 6, 2021 a violent mob attacked the United States Capitol to obstruct the process of our democracy
and stop the counting of presidential electoral votes. This insurrection caused injury, death and destruction
in the most sacred space in our Republic... The President of the United States summoned this mob, assembled the mob,
and lit the flame of this attack. Everything that followed was his doing.
None of this would have happened without the President.
The President could have immediately and forcefully intervened to stop the violence.
He did not.
There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States
of his office and his oath to the Constitution."
"Bye bye."


This Chinese Bot even has severe TDS
 
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I understand that you don't like to confront the reality that the American People voted to get rid of the double-impeachee who lost his Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term, and that he then incited his goons to attack the U.S. Congress.

That is a matter of record.

What is cogent is his calling for for ten non-Trumpy Republican officeholders to be defeated, and all ten subsequently raising significantly more money during the first quarter of 2021 than they had two years earlier, before they had voted to hold Trump responsible.
 

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This Chinese Bot even has severe TDS
I understand that you don't like to confront the reality that the American People voted to get rid of the double-impeachee who lost his Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term, and that he then incited his goons to attack the U.S. Congress.

That is a matter of record.

What is cogent is his calling for for ten non-Trumpy Republican officeholders to be defeated, and all ten subsequently raising significantly more money during the first quarter of 2021 than they had two years earlier, before they had voted to hold Trump responsible.
So he is no longer president why keep dedicating threads to him, R2D2? Is it possible they are raising more money because the Democrats have gone utterly insane with what is happening at the border (reporters aren't allowed in), continued mask mandates and social distancing requirements that TX and FL have done away with and they have what fewer cases than Cali, nj and NY, or the fact that they want to pack the supreme court and give DC and PR statehood? Hmmmm..

To you, its all Trump. Get help. You're a shitty Chinese bot. That is another matter of record.
 
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Biden is destroying the nation and you still have TDS
Your pissiness is not shared by the American People. Generally, folks are quite supportive of the President, in stark contrast to his rejected predecessor:


1. the majority of Americans did not vote for Biden
2. your [ hahahhahah ] poll is worthless --it means nothing - that DEFINITELY is not anywhere near what America thinks --it's a POLL
HAHHAHAHAHA
You like Trump, no doubt, but 51.33% of the American electorate decided that the President should replace the failed casino operator and faded reality tv performer. His losing the trumped Republican Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term did not endear him to party conservatives.

All ten Republican politicians whom the sulking Trump whined should be defeated have seen a rise in political contributions.

Now, pissy Trumpies are savaging normal Republicans who champion a return to decency, integrity, and civility.

The crackpots will be savaging the GOP's last two-termer for his candid comments, no doubt.

Bush: Today’s GOP is ‘isolationist’ and ‘nativist’

Former President George W. Bush described the modern-day GOP as “isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent, nativist” in an interview Tuesday that was packed with implicit criticism of the most recent Republican president.​
“It’s not exactly my vision” for the party, Bush told NBC’s “Today” show in a rare live TV appearance. “But, you know, I’m just an old guy they put out to pasture.”
Still, Bush remained hopeful that a more moderate Republican — one who supported reasonable gun reform measures, increased public school funding and a path to citizenship for undocumented workers, among other policies — could succeed in the party’s 2024 presidential primary.​
“I think if the emphasis is integrity and decency and trying to work to get problems solved, I think the person has a shot,” he said.​
As for the Jan. 6 insurrection perpetrated by supporters of Trump, “it did make me sick. I felt ill. And I just couldn’t believe it,” Bush said.
It is as if Ronald Reagan had tried preaching his Eleventh Commandment, "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican," to a school of ravenous piranha in a bowl of beef stew.
 

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Despite the American People orchestrating the exile of the double-impeachee




Skidflap lost his TDS teether to suck on again. Poor baby. There was no exile, the American People had no hand in it, and the double-impeachment is meaninglessness, engineered by the DNC just so they could SAY double-impeachment, all the while doing, WORSE, the very same things they allegedly impeached Trump for, making the whole matter a JOKE.


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Biden is destroying the nation and you still have TDS
Your pissiness is not shared by the American People. Generally, folks are quite supportive of the President, in stark contrast to his rejected predecessor:


1. the majority of Americans did not vote for Biden
2. your [ hahahhahah ] poll is worthless --it means nothing - that DEFINITELY is not anywhere near what America thinks --it's a POLL
HAHHAHAHAHA
You like Trump, no doubt, but 51.33% of the American electorate decided that the President should replace the failed casino operator and faded reality tv performer. His losing the trumped Republican Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term did not endear him to party conservatives.

All ten Republican politicians whom the sulking Trump whined should be defeated have seen a rise in political contributions.

Now, pissy Trumpies are savaging normal Republicans who champion a return to decency, integrity, and civility.

The crackpots will be savaging the GOP's last two-termer for his candid comments, no doubt.

Bush: Today’s GOP is ‘isolationist’ and ‘nativist’

Former President George W. Bush described the modern-day GOP as “isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent, nativist” in an interview Tuesday that was packed with implicit criticism of the most recent Republican president.​
“It’s not exactly my vision” for the party, Bush told NBC’s “Today” show in a rare live TV appearance. “But, you know, I’m just an old guy they put out to pasture.”
Still, Bush remained hopeful that a more moderate Republican — one who supported reasonable gun reform measures, increased public school funding and a path to citizenship for undocumented workers, among other policies — could succeed in the party’s 2024 presidential primary.​
“I think if the emphasis is integrity and decency and trying to work to get problems solved, I think the person has a shot,” he said.​
As for the Jan. 6 insurrection perpetrated by supporters of Trump, “it did make me sick. I felt ill. And I just couldn’t believe it,” Bush said.
It is as if Ronald Reagan had tried preaching his Eleventh Commandment, "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican," to a school of ravenous piranha in a bowl of beef stew.
hahahhahahahahah
Mr Trump WON the 2016 election against all odds= winner
 
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hahahhahahahahah
Mr Trump WON the 2016 election against all odds= winner
Ah, that cozy refuge of nostalgia for those bygone days!

For some, yesteryear will ever beckon.

Personally, I'll go with Cagney and Keeler in Shanghai Lil!


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Biden is destroying the nation and you still have TDS
Your pissiness is not shared by the American People. Generally, folks are quite supportive of the President, in stark contrast to his rejected predecessor:


1. the majority of Americans did not vote for Biden
2. your [ hahahhahah ] poll is worthless --it means nothing - that DEFINITELY is not anywhere near what America thinks --it's a POLL
HAHHAHAHAHA
You like Trump, no doubt, but 51.33% of the American electorate decided that the President should replace the failed casino operator and faded reality tv performer. His losing the trumped Republican Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term did not endear him to party conservatives.

All ten Republican politicians whom the sulking Trump whined should be defeated have seen a rise in political contributions.

Now, pissy Trumpies are savaging normal Republicans who champion a return to decency, integrity, and civility.

The crackpots will be savaging the GOP's last two-termer for his candid comments, no doubt.

Bush: Today’s GOP is ‘isolationist’ and ‘nativist’

Former President George W. Bush described the modern-day GOP as “isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent, nativist” in an interview Tuesday that was packed with implicit criticism of the most recent Republican president.​
“It’s not exactly my vision” for the party, Bush told NBC’s “Today” show in a rare live TV appearance. “But, you know, I’m just an old guy they put out to pasture.”
Still, Bush remained hopeful that a more moderate Republican — one who supported reasonable gun reform measures, increased public school funding and a path to citizenship for undocumented workers, among other policies — could succeed in the party’s 2024 presidential primary.​
“I think if the emphasis is integrity and decency and trying to work to get problems solved, I think the person has a shot,” he said.​
As for the Jan. 6 insurrection perpetrated by supporters of Trump, “it did make me sick. I felt ill. And I just couldn’t believe it,” Bush said.
It is as if Ronald Reagan had tried preaching his Eleventh Commandment, "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican," to a school of ravenous piranha in a bowl of beef stew.
Another moonbat dropping to his knees and sucking that neocon dick! :laughing0301: :laugh2: :auiqs.jpg:
 
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Another moonbat dropping to his knees and sucking that neocon dick! :laughing0301: :laugh2: :auiqs.jpg:
As long as you're discrete and respect age of consent, what you do is your business.

Are you so pissy because Republicans are criticizing your Cry baby Loser?
 

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Despite the American People orchestrating the exile of the double-impeachee who lost his Party the House, the Executive, and the Senate in a single term, inciting his goons to attack the U.S. Congress after the democratic verdict, the more incorrigible of his cult continue to fester, but the Republican Party is showing signs of recovery.

The glitzy, impudent Matt Gaetz model may be outmoded, and the reliable retro version of conservatism again ascendant in the GOP.


As they prepare to face primary challengers, the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump after his supporters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 raised significantly more money during the first quarter of 2021 than they did two years earlier.



[A]t the Conservative Political Action Conference, Trump called out all 10 by name and told his supporters to
“Get rid of them all”


in next year’s elections.

... As they prepare to face primary challengers, the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump after his supporters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 raised significantly more money during the first quarter of 2021 than they did two years earlier.
The group, leveraging the power of incumbency, also swamped their GOP primary opponents in almost every instance during the first round of fundraising since angering Mr. Trump with their votes, new Federal Election Commission filings show...
The race for Wyoming’s single House seat is a good example of the dynamics at play. The $1.5 million raised by the main campaign committee for Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, the highest-ranking House Republican who is contending with impeachment-vote consequences, represented almost five times what she raised in the first quarter of 2019...
Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, perhaps the most outspoken critic of Mr. Trump among the 10 Republicans who voted for impeachment, raised more than three times what he did two years ago, pulling in around $1.1 million during the quarter for his main campaign committee. He had $2.5 million in his campaign fund at the end of the quarter.


"On January 6, 2021 a violent mob attacked the United States Capitol to obstruct the process of our democracy
and stop the counting of presidential electoral votes. This insurrection caused injury, death and destruction
in the most sacred space in our Republic... The President of the United States summoned this mob, assembled the mob,
and lit the flame of this attack. Everything that followed was his doing.
None of this would have happened without the President.
The President could have immediately and forcefully intervened to stop the violence.
He did not.
There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States
of his office and his oath to the Constitution."
"Bye bye."



You think about Donald Trump a lot, don't you?
 

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Yeah, those Democrats are fond of throwing money at RINOS.
If you have any credible data concerning a Democratic Party affiliation of the contributors to traditional conservatives in the GOP, please provide it.

If you are just making that up, you need not bother.
Why don't we just wait a while? Pretty sure the establishment RINOs will find that even their cash won't get them re-elected if he takes the time to campaign against them. But if they do, AND if they do it without cheating like YOU lot did, then good on 'em. You folks think you've got this all figured out and when the shit blows up in your face, in your communities, wailing and moaning about the Bad Orange Man won't put out a single fire. Enjoy...
 
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Why don't we just wait a while? Pretty sure the establishment RINOs will find that even their cash won't get them re-elected if he takes the time to campaign against them. But if they do, AND if they do it without cheating like YOU lot did, then good on 'em. You folks think you've got this all figured out and when the shit blows up in your face, in your communities, wailing and moaning about the Bad Orange Man won't put out a single fire. Enjoy...
Your fake claim of cheating aside, the RINOs of Trumpery can cling to their "Bad Orange Man" as you like to call him, and, as you observe, we'll just have to wait to see if traditional Republicans have been vanquished by the cult of the Loser.

They can continue to brood and kvetch in the meantime - as long as Trump's goons don't attack Congress again. That tantrum was very ugly.

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Yeah, those Democrats are fond of throwing money at RINOS.
If you have any credible data concerning a Democratic Party affiliation of the contributors to traditional conservatives in the GOP, please provide it.

If you are just making that up, you need not bother.
The OP sucks. 2022 will get rid of Pelosi. And Mad Maxine will be dismissed. You filthy Libs watch while YOUR elected fools destroy the country. And CHINA Smiles.
 
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The OP sucks. 2022 will get rid of Pelosi. And Mad Maxine will be dismissed. You filthy Libs watch while YOUR elected fools destroy the country. And CHINA Smiles.
Your sniveling is noted.

"Are the RINOs of Trumpery in eclipse?"

We'll put you down as a "Maybe."
 

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The OP sucks. 2022 will get rid of Pelosi. And Mad Maxine will be dismissed. You filthy Libs watch while YOUR elected fools destroy the country. And CHINA Smiles.
Your sniveling is noted.

"Are the RINOs of Trumpery in eclipse?"

We'll put you down as a "Maybe."
Who cares? As long as Democrats keep dying. Alcee Hastings was a good step. So was RBG. Now if only Pelosi and Mad Maxine would drop dead ,this country might survive.
 
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As long as Democrats keep dying. Alcee Hastings was a good step. So was RBG. Now if only Pelosi and Mad Maxine would drop dead ,this country might survive.
Sounds like a strategy that normal Republicans and the RINOs of Trumpery might be able to agree upon.


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"If Democratic politicians all die,
the American public will be less likely to vote form them!"
 

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As long as Democrats keep dying. Alcee Hastings was a good step. So was RBG. Now if only Pelosi and Mad Maxine would drop dead ,this country might survive.
Sounds like a strategy that normal Republicans and the RINOs of Trumpery might be able to agree upon.


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"If Democratic politicians all die,
the American public will be less likely to vote form them!"
As long as they drop dead ,who cares?
 
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As long as they drop dead , who cares?
Friends, family, loved ones, constituents, and all capable of sympathy by dint of the shared human condition.
 
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