- Oct 17, 2011
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I'm not a Republican. I am conservative leaning, but I'm not in lockstep with that party, nor do I have much faith in the system in general. All I'm saying is that much of the GOP pays lip service to populism right now, and they may continue to do some of it in the coming years, but they're not likely to follow Trump's path in terms of policy. Most of them have the same globalist masters as the Democrats.He did. And still does. He's a coward and traitor like nearly every other Republican in Congress.If that was true of the GOP, then why didn't McConnell support said "conspiracy wing"? The establishment GOP might give a few concessions to populists, but they're still globalists. And a large segment of Republican voters threw their support to Biden. A lot of "never Trumpers" exist in the party. They're likely to regain control of the party by either 2022 or 2024.
As far as the Squad goes, they don't scare me. They are kind of amusing. Their ideas are typically easy to criticize, because of their poor understanding of economics. That being said, I do actually agree with them sometimes. They seem to understand that the surveillance state should be scaled back, for example.
And those that aren't cowards and traitors? The will soon be ex-Republicans.
And for people who aren't scared of the "Squad" you spend a tremendous amount of time making sure people don't hear what they say.
Some of the GOP does fixate on the Squad. They should probably focus more on Pelosi, since she has more of the actual power.