Theresa May, the UK’s own swamp critter has betrayed the citizens of the UK who voted for Brexit.
Published on Jul 9, 2018 by Paul Joseph Watson
Brexit has been betrayed, Theresa must go.
Below is an excerpt of my follow up to Monday’s post entitled, Both Parties are Guilty of Manufactured Outrage against Trump, which I posted on affiliate blog Grumpy Opinions earlier today.
The timing of a private taped discussion between Donald Trump and Bill Bush eleven years ago surfacing one day before Paul Ryan was due to attend a rally with Donald Trump, two days before the second presidential debate AND on the same day of two document dumps of Hillary Clinton’s emails leads one to believe that there was some major backroom plotting going on.
If true and I suspect that it is, did the Republican Party establishment who never intended to support Donald Trump to the end but just long enough to have secure their agenda, actually believe that the American electorate is so ignorant that we would not have pieced this horrible betrayal together? Where did they get the idea that sabotage would force us to abandon Trump, a candidate chosen by the electorate not the establishment?
And did it ever occur to them that the retribution for said betrayal will be both forthcoming, swift and detrimental to the survival of Republican Party?
When Senator Ted Cruz stepped on to the stage at the 2016 Republican National Convention last night, it was to a rousing applause.
At the beginning of speech, Cruz in ten words, congratulated Donald Trump for winning the 2016 Republic Party presidential nomination.
“I congratulate Donald Trump on winning the nomination last night.”
Ten words which within seconds of uttering them were proven hollow as the Senator from Texas dispatching plenty of anti-Trump dog whistles never mentions Trump by name for the duration of his speech sending everything downhill from there unless, of course, you’re a NeverTrumper.
As the seconds rolled on, the message became clear that Cruz was taking the low road.
Mid-way through, the crowd began shouting, urging Cruz to endorse the Republican Party presidential nominee. Cruz who toward the end of his 2016 presidential run to become the nominee collaborated with the GOPe out of desperation to become the 2016 Republican Party nominee would do no such thing.
While some were thrilled, the expressions of many in the arena said it all and after nearly 20 plus minutes of anti-Trump dog whistles and setting himself up for the 2020 presidential campaign, Cruz proving himself a bitter loser, again doing the GOPe’s dirty work delivered the ultimate payback on live television with his refusal to endorse Trump.
The speech ended with Cruz being booed off the stage.
On the one hand, the snub by Cruz displeased not only Donald Trump, his family, supporters and many in the Republican Party who decided that it was time to move on but Republican Party donors.
On the other hand, the snub elated the establishment, i.e., Progressives of both parties, pundits and the mainstream media giving opposition plenty of ammunition to use at the DNC Convention next week.
Speaking of which, it was more than 13 minutes before Cruz mentioned Hillary Clinton’s name.
How ironic is it that Ted Cruz during the first 13 minutes who spoke of free speech, the Constitution, liberty, etc. would say, “People are fed up with politicians that don’t listen to them…” when Cruz just months ago exposed himself not being the Constitutionalist that he pretends to be. (Cruz has proven himself to be one of those politicians that he has often lambasted.)
It is at about 18:51 of the video that Cruz with a half-smile on his face drove the ball home.
“We deserve leaders to stand for principle to unite us all behind shared values to cast aside anger for love…”
Pot calling the kettle black?
“That is the standard that we should expect from everybody and to those listening, please don’t stay home in November…”
[shouts of “Trump, Trump, Trump” can be heard all around as the audience was losing its patience with the Senator from Texas.]
“If you love our country and love your children as much as I know that you do stand and speak and vote your conscience.
Vote for candidates up and down the ticket who YOU trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution…”
[A smack in the face to Trump supporters, Trump himself and New York.]
New York Republicans pissed and everyone having received the message shouted at Cruz, “Endorse Trump. Endorse Trump.”
[Full speech at bottom of post.]
Ted Cruz’s final words before walking offstage:
“We will defend freedom and be faithful to the Constitution. We will unite the party. We will unite the country.
It took Lyin’ Ted less than 20 minutes to fracture three days of party unity which the media and opposition will try to ride straight through the November elections.
As reported by Katie Pavlich of Townhall, the RNC had received, approved and dispatched the speech in advance. “Cruz didn’t change any of the text during delivery.”
Politico reports that Cruz informed Trump by phone earlier this week that no endorsement was forthcoming.
— Bill Hemmer (@BillHemmer) July 21, 2016
The look on the Trumps faces as they watched Cruz’s speech pic.twitter.com/0FoGaoM9Xp
— Jon Passantino (@passantino) July 21, 2016
— marinmaven (@marinmaven) July 21, 2016
— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) July 21, 2016
— AndyUSA (@AndyBran) July 21, 2016
— Edward 2016 (@CavEdward2016) July 21, 2016
— Lady Penquin (@Lady_Penquin) July 21, 2016
— A.P. Dillon – LL1885 (@LadyLiberty1885) July 21, 2016
— DefundDC (@Defund_DC) July 21, 2016
One final note, regardless of how one feels about Donald Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, Governor John Kasich, former Governor Jeb Bush RENEGED on the loyalty pledge….PERIOD. CREDIBILITY SHATTERED.
Written by Bionic Mosquito
It must be my week for posts about Trump….
Calling on Lenin
POLITICAL parties are mentioned nowhere in the Constitution….
You would think this would end the conversation – well, in some countries maybe. Not in banana republics.
What did some of the founding fathers (for lack of a better term) think about political parties?
There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution.
However [political parties] may now and then answer popular ends, they are likely in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion.
Well, there is the “con” side of the argument. Will anyone speak for the “pro”?
A party is the vanguard of a class, and its duty is to lead the masses and not merely to reflect the average political level of the masses.
Back to Ross:
…there will be a lot of talk about how all these rules and quirks and complexities are just a way for insiders to steal the nomination away from him…
Well, they have already said they are planning to do this, so…yeah…I guess we can talk about it.
We can expect to hear this case from Trump’s growing host of thralls and acolytes. (Ben Carson, come on down!)
Are Rubio’s supporters described as “thralls and acolytes”?
But we will also hear it from the officially neutral press, where there will be much brow-furrowed concern over the perils of party resistance to Trump’s progress….
Finally, an open admission from a writer at the Times – as we will NOT hear this from the Times, there is no reason to continue pretending that this fish-wrap is “officially neutral.”
Murder, He Wrote
Ross goes on to predict (or suggest?) Trump’s fate:
Shakespeare’s Coriolanus, for one:
Coriolanus is the name given to a Roman general after his more than adequate military success against various uprisings challenging the government of Rome. Following this success, Coriolanus becomes active in politics and seeks political leadership. His temperament is unsuited for popular leadership and he is quickly deposed, whereupon he aligns himself to set matters straight according to his own will. The alliances he forges to accomplish his own will result in his ultimate downfall and death.
He is murdered for his supposed betrayal of Rome.
George Wallace for another:
He was a U.S. Presidential candidate for four consecutive elections, in which he sought the Democratic Party nomination in 1964, 1972, and 1976, and was the American Independent Party candidate in the 1968 presidential election. He remains the last third party candidate to receive a state’s electoral college votes.
A 1972 assassination attempt left Wallace paralyzed, and he used a wheelchair for the remainder of his life.
Huey Long for a third:
Huey Pierce Long, Jr. (August 30, 1893 – September 10, 1935), nicknamed The Kingfish, was an American politician who served as the 40th Governor of Louisiana from 1928 to 1932 and as a member of the United States Senate from 1932 until his assassination in 1935.
One fictional character, two flesh-and-blood humans; this pretty much covers everything that is Trump – and about in the right ratio.
An Adolf by Any Other Name…
To add insult to assassination, Ross throws in a Hitler comparison – not directly, because that would not be “neutral.” Instead, he offers Sinclair Lewis’s Buzz Windrip:
…the novel describes the rise of Berzelius “Buzz” Windrip, a populist United States Senator who is elected to the presidency after promising drastic economic and social reforms while promoting a return to patriotism and traditional values. After his election, Windrip takes complete control of the government and imposes a plutocratic/totalitarian rule with the help of a ruthless paramilitary force, in the manner of Adolf Hitler and the SS.
You have to be a pretty good writer to draw on the politics of Lenin, call three times for an assassination attempt, and make a Hitler comparison – all without saying so directly even once.
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H/t Lew Rockwell.
Independent Sentinel by S. Noble
Robert Murray, the coal CEO of Murray Energy, responded to Obama’s rejection of the KeystoneXL and the war on all fossil fuels. Ironically, Mr. Murray said, it is the fossil fuel industry that has propped up the administration so Obama and his liberal environmentalist allies could push their radical agenda. Watch:
Should a president be allowed to violate the Constitution because he wants power and control to implement his ideals without regard for the peoples’ wishes?
The federal appeals court is currently hearing a major challenge to the EPA climate rule to destroy coal[…]
While most of us are counting down the days until Barack Obama leaves the Oval Office, the despot with his pen and phone still at his side and picked up a sledgehammer.
The tyrant Obama will spend the next 439 days inflicting as much damage on a nation he despises, in all likelihood more than even most of us can imagine while Congress sits by and allows it.