Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Not Crazy — Congressional firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene (R?-GA14) spoke with Tucker Carls0n for 37 minutes and Tucker posted the interview, yesterday, Nov. 30.
She persuasively describes the captured, cowardly and instinctive cronyism of our legislative branch, especially those calling themselves “conservatives.”
She explains her support for dethroned Speaker Kevin McCarthy and gives little reassurance that his replacement Mike Johnson (R-La4) is up for the task.
What MTG does best, though, is debunk the numerous smears against her that she is crazy or an extremist.
The interview is worth watch and here it is:
By the way, the captured, cowardly and instinctive cronyism of those calling themselves “conservatives was just demonstrated a few hours ago. George Santos, the Republican who represented 3rd Congressional District was expelled by a 311 to 114 vote, with 105 Republicans joining the Democrats.
For what? Well, he had not been convicted of any crime. Apparently, it was just being a political hack.
The most blood-boiling thing is that he was far from the worst in the House. A dozen Ds can be named whose demonstrable deeds are more despicable starting with Adam Schiff.
Those who don’t fight, don’t win.
Democrat voters, please wake up to the reality that the people running things hate you every bit as much as they hate us. The difference is that they are laughing at you when you vote for them.
Republican hacks don’t do that with us. They actually kind of look at us with nervous suspicion.
If I Were An Evil Government Official — Highly viewed, influential and respected Tucker Carlson is doubling down on his claim that the US government is hiding wreckage of extraterrestrial space ships and the bodies of their pilots.
He cites testimony from “high level” whistleblowers as proof.
Just sayin, but if I was an evil government official, I’d drop strong hints that ET was real and that we had his tech.
Then, at an appropriate moment, I’d have some lizardly AI-created thing appear simultaneously on broadcast and the web, say Klaatu Barada Necktie or whatever, then declare that we all had to get chipped and eat bugs.
Oh, and that he had tasked certain people such as evil government officials as the overseers to make sure this happens.
Question for Tucker: Was the fate of these UFO whistleblowers the same as the FBI whistleblowers or are they landing on their feet?
Problem Is Worse Than Vote Fraud — I have friends who are taking issue with my claim that the results of the Nov. 7 should not be attributed to vote fraud.
I get it. Our elections are not trustworthy and neither are those in charge.
Especially damning, is that those running things do not care that we think this. They laugh at long-followed mores regarding good government. In Delaware County, Pa., they are fighting right-to-know requests that the state agency in charge of such things ordered be accepted. They are trying to end minority oversight on the election board.
Once upon a time these things would have caused bipartisan outrage. Now, most voters either are unaware they are happening or, far more frightening, indifferent to their consequences.
I think the former was the reason last week. Democrat turnout in my precinct was huge and Republican average. In-person voting was neck and neck, and assuming the 37 mail-in ballots went as expected it would mean the Ds probably won.
These Democrats, many of whom I know, are not bad people.
So, why would they vote so brazenly against their interests?
Why would they vote for people who say they are going to make your sons eunuchs and sterilize your daughters so you will never have grandkids, and you can’t stop us?
Marxist Billionaires Or How Marxism Is Just Cover For Feudal Oppression –Raymond Ibrahim of American Thinker had a great piece, Nov. 8, describing how the world’s richest people use Marxist tropes of fighting inequality to acquire even more wealth and power.
Ibrahim’s source isThe Billionaire World: How Marxism Serves the Elite by Hanne Nabintu Herland. This points out that since the 1960s Marxism — which is literally godlessmaterialism — has been used by the corporate rich to attack the core of our culture destroying social stability, the family, stifling free speech and creating a passive majority following group think.
The corporate world and godless materialism go hand-in-glove.
Marxism was always about the 1 percent getting richer.
Stalin and Mao were likely the richest people in the world when they died.
Fidel Castro, the ruler of tiny Cuba, was worth at least $900 million when he died.
“We must be ready to employ trickery, deceit, law-breaking, withholding and concealing truth… We can and must write in a language which sows among the masses hate, revulsion and scorn towards those who disagree with us,” said Vladimir Lenin.
American corporations pledged $7.854 billion to Black Lives Matter albeit they appeared to have actually shelled out just — lol — $188 million to the scammers.
BLM is an openly Marxist, anti-American group. Why would our corporations give that much money to them instead of, well, bonuses to their rank-and-file, many of whom are minorities?
Was it because BLM was burning down their mom and pop competitors?
Makes sense to us.
By the way, six corporations control 90-percent of all U.S. media. Seek out independent voices and, especially, make your kids do the same.
Did you see where the Iceland volcano is being blamed on — wait for it — climate change?
Gaetz Not Cause of Chaos In Congress — Establishment Republicans are in a tizzy over Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL1) who orchestrated the removal of Kevin McCarthy (R-CA20) as Speaker of the House, Oct.3.
McCarthy has yet to be replaced.
Establishment types are purportedly working with Democrats to get in Tom Emmer (R-MN6) but eight others have entered for this round including Daniel Meuser (R-PA9).
Anyway, Gaetz is not to blame for the turmoil. He was just pointing out a disease that exists whether it’s pointed out or not.
Tell me exactly what you think Matt Gaetz did wrong. Let’s stop the posturing and BS.
It took 15 votes and a lot of negotiating to get the Speaker’s gavel in McCarthy’s hand in January. He made promises and concessions and was told he’d be held to them. First, what he did well:
He masterfully dealt with the media. They’d ask loaded questions and he’d go right at them with truth and facts. Several times, he held them to account and did so very well. In fact, I think some became gun shy. He was especially strong in defending the House investigating alleged corruption by the Bidens.
He’s also done a good job raising money. Some say he’s been great — but, I’d argue the Rs should have a much larger majority in the House. So, I’ll say a good job. And…
He talks one helluva good game. He was gonna do a ton.
Defund the 87,000 IRS agents
Close the border
Put a low cap on the debt ceiling
Pass a sensible, cost-cutting budget
Those who support him say he’s done all of that. And he hasn’t. Getting it to the floor and passing it doesn’t get it done. And, he knows that. When you have the majority and you get legislation done in the House that has to do with money — YOU HAVE THE LEVERAGE. It’s an empty victory when you say you defunded the 87,000 IRS agents who are NOT defunded, or the border isn’t closed or the debt has NO ceiling etc.
As Speaker, you have the leverage to say — “You want more money to Ukraine? The 87k have to go. You want more money for Ukraine or to send to Palestine? The border must be closed now. You want more money for your pet “green” agenda? The debt ceiling is 1.5T and not a penny more. You want more money for trees in ‘underserved neighborhoods?’ Then you accept this percentage less in spending over the next FY.” Period.
Where exactly did McCarthy use that leverage to force Schumer’s or Biden’s hand? Show me where he did that. He literally holds our tax dollars in his hands and gets to decide how they’re used.
Everyone in this country knew there was a one vote to debate on vacating the seat. He certainly knew it, fact is, it could have happened before it did. When Kevin McCarthy said he was going to offer 1.5T in a debt ceiling increase most conservatives thought — that’s way too much. But, get it done and make sure spending cuts are in the next budget. He went and met with Biden’s team and literally gave them NO debt limit until March of 2025. Yes, AFTER the next presidential election. He could have been vacated right then. But, they were patient.
Then, he adjourns the House before sending any budget to the Senate giving the other body the opportunity to push a CR and act like they were fighting to keep the government open and if it closed, it would be on the House. What a ridiculous mistake. Think about it. All the Speaker had to do was put a budget together that took spending to pre-CVD and cut it by a percentage more and put it in Schumer’s lap. Then adjourn. This way, the pressure is on the Senate to agree, alter and re-present or turn it down. Then, any government shutdown would be on them. This was such a bad move that in reality handed Schumer and the Ds in the Senate the upper hand.
What Matt Gaetz did had nothing to do with him self-aggrandizing nor improving his standing somehow in the House. It actually served to hurt him with the uniparty but he did it anyway because it was the right thing to do. Kudos to the other reps who joined him in vacating McCarthy. Word I get from the Capitol is there were many more than 8 on board, but couldn’t do it for political reasons and they knew the Ds were not going to support McCarthy.
So, time to move forward. Jim Jordan should have easily won the gavel. NOT ONE R rep made a good case against him. Now, Byron Donalds has thrown his hat in the ring. He’s a money guy by trade and a great conservative. What could the issue be now? Take the vote, give him the gavel, and get to work.
McCormick attended their meeting in Davos, Switzerland in 2021 and is extensively quoted on their website.
The presumption for this early endorsement is to stop a primary challenge by a Trump supporter.
Trump notably refused to endorse him last year.
Will we vote for McCormick?
We mean in the general.
There may be some possible possibility but we are not seeing it.
Here is some food for thought if the Republicans want to keep people like us in the fold: endorse Trump now, and that includes an endorsement from McCormick; and condemn — loudly, frequently and effectively — the vilely unAmerican lawfare being waged against him.
The most serious threats to the dignity and freedom of the American citizen are open borders, lawfare, untrustworthy elections and, especially, politicalization of monetary services, which is basically the Mark of the Beast.
Can’t say we have much faith that McCormick agrees with us.
Pennsylvania GOP Endorses McCormick For Senate For 2024
Lauren Boebert Zen Question: If camera aimed at controversial congresswoman works in dark theater why would not camera aimed at cell of controversial billionaire child trafficker work in important prison?