(Tea Party PAC) – Establishment Republicans seem to think they are the future of the GOP. They actually believe that now that Trump is out of the White House they can just return to the status quo like the last four years never happened.
These establishment RINOs despise the America First movement started by President Trump, just as much as Democrats, that gives real American people a voice.
They’d rather slither back to the establishment than actually serve the American people who elected them.
Several notable Republicans like Liz Cheney, Lindsey Graham, and Mitch McConnell turned their backs on President Trump almost immediately after the Capitol 6 riot that Trump had nothing to do with.
Cheney infamously voted to impeach Trump for a second time along with 9 other GOP House members. Her constituents in Wyoming are furious and her approval rating has totally tanked.
Only about 13% of voters in Wyoming say they would vote to re-elect her and she’s being challenged by a popular member of Wyoming’s State Senate.
In short, Cheney dug her political grave. Interestingly she still somehow believes that she and other establishment RINOs are the future of the Republican Party.
Mitch McConnell seems to be just as tone deaf.
After turning his back on President Trump he’s attempting to win back GOP voters by asserting he will vote to acquit President Trump. Unfortunately for Mitch, the majority of voters in Kentucky have expressed their anger towards him and it’s looking like he’s also dug his own political grave right next to Cheney.
According to new polling in the commonwealth of Kentucky, the majority of the state’s residents disapprove of McConnell’s job performance.
The Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy poll found that 53% of Kentuckians disapprove of McConnell’s job performance, whereas 41% approve.
McConnell won reelection in November thanks to President Trump but it looks like Kentucky voters have turned on him just like he turned on Trump. Clearly his betrayal of Trump is what has caused the shift in support for McConnell in Kentucky.
McConnell has suggested that each individual GOP Senator would need to make their own decision on whether or not to convict Trump instead of rallying the GOP caucus together against this absurd political attack by the radical left.
Now McConnell says he will vote not to convict Trump but it’s too little, too late. McConnell already accused Trump of inciting the violence and has implied that the party will move away from Trump in the future.
Meanwhile, in Kentucky the Nelson County, Kentucky Republican Party passed a resolution formally censuring McConnell. We doubt very much he will respect the censure just like Cheney has ignored her own formal censure from the Wyoming Republican Party.
The will of the people is not important or even relevant to the establishment RINOs.
The future of the Republican Party is with those brave enough to continue unapologetically fighting the radical left and, most significantly, with those who continue to support President Trump.
The American people have not forgotten about the stolen election. We haven’t accepted the leftist lies that the election was fair and secure. We haven’t abandoned support for President Trump.
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