Skip to comments.The GOP establishment is dead, thanks to the Trump Revolution. And that's fantastic news
Posted on 01/14/2020 8:40:05 AM PST by Hojczyk
I want to talk about the "Trump Revolution" because I don't think there's been proper recognition of the substance and significance of what this president is doing
.It's completely different from what we've seen before. It doesn't fit into the establishment's traditional ideological boxes and that's why they waste our time with pointless political games like impeachment.
We saw the new approach clearly with Iran. The Democrats, never-Trumpers and their media lackeys lurched wildly from calling Trump weak to branding him a warmonger.
\So they can write whatever pompous, self-righteous nonsense they want in The New York Times. The establishment Republican Party is not coming back. It is dead, killed by their policy failure and Donald Trump's policy success.
There is no constituency for their ideas, except a handful of opportunists who traded their principles for a contract with the Democrats' cable news networks, where they poop off about the president's tweets while ignoring his policies. Here's the level of their analysis.
Nicolle Wallace, MSNBC host: I truly believe he is the hamburger-eating, Zamboni-riding loon that we see on TV and on Twitter.
They're like pampered aristocrats in pre-revolutionary France in powdered wigs and fake beauty spots as they witter to each other, "My dear, Trump is so vulgar!"
Well, maybe he is. But if you're someone who has finally got a job after years on the scrap heap, you'll take that over elegant failure.
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Its not his conservatism people object to - its his manners. How dare he!
A new day has dawned.
The Senate has one last chance to get rid of Trump...
Drive down his poll numbers with a trail....and hope he loses in 2020
They will aquit him because they would all lose at the ballot box
The Turtle is as corrupt as Biden..he is up for reelection this year..
What the establishment GOP fails to understand is that they will all be targets of rat set ups in the future. And they will be taken down very quickly.
I hope he’s right but Mr. Hilton is too new to this country to understand all that goes on here much less in political circles.
Steve you are way to optimistic.
It’s not dead, but it’s on notice. Elections have consequences.
(Nathan Bedford's maxim).
To paraphrase Mark Twain who said it best, reports of the death of the establishment are greatly exaggerated.
HIS manners!...HIS manners!
Try THEIR manners!
Their lying, spying, cheating, leaking, gossiping!!!!!!
Thankfully he fights back!!!!!
From Hilton’s lips to God’s ears!
And we are supposed to sit back and take it. Trump blows the Democrat's game out of the water. He is not polite about it and he takes no prisoners. Trump is exactly what we needed right here, right now. In a more civil time, he might be too much and too excessive. But right now and here we need him.
Hilton says that well near the end of his essay:
"They're like pampered aristocrats in pre-revolutionary France in powdered wigs and fake beauty spots as they witter to each other, 'My dear, Trump is so vulgar!'"I can just SEE that in my mind's eye. I can just see the powered princes prancing about with their hankies and lisping that.
They wouldn’t be taken down is they played nice with the Dems...and all of the RINOs are more than happy to do whatever it takes to stay in the good graces of the Dems in charge. There would be no need to take them down if they behave as their masters tell them too.
If only he were 55 or 60 years old. Then would could begin with “Trump 2024!” after repealing 22.
Don't kid yourself. They are just as much alive and anti-American as their counterparts cross the aisle. They want to protect their status and power. Trump is in their way.
Yesterday in American Thinker: "Hey, GOP! This is What Pushback Looks Like," by Brian C Joondeph.
Manners are only owed to civilized people, anyway, so neither the press nor the Dems have a claim to it.
Ummm, the never-trumpers also have a place on Sunday with Chris Wallace... He seldom to never has a Trump supporter on his 'panels' - it's usually liberals, progressives, democrat operatives and a Never-Trumper turncoat...
I was recently thinking about Reince Priebus. Hes disappeared from politics for the last 2+ years since leaving the White House
As 3-term head of the RNC, he was as DC Insider and establishment as they came.
He didnt seem to be favorable to Trump, and no doubt many RINOs would have loved for Priebus to use his power to sabotage candidate Trump - especially when DC-bubble consensus was that Trump could never be elected. BUT unlike what the Democrat establishment/DNC did in 2016 to outsiders like Sanders, it seems Priebus allowed Trump a fair shot at the GOP nomination and kept the process above board.
Is this a reasonable judgement of him?
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