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Congressional Republicans Are Worse Than Democrats

by Mychal Massie on May 22, 2017 in Daily RantPolitics 56

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Republicans told us that their “hands were tied”

Forget about Democrats and Progressives for the moment; they are a worthless evil lot worthy of scorn. It is the Republicans however, for whom I reserve my harshest condemnation.
Republicans told us that their “hands were tied” because they did not have a majority in the House of Representatives. In response to the neo-Leninist agenda of Obama, We the People handed Republicans the largest electoral victory in recent history. Then we were told that they could not stop Obama’s mandated healthcare abomination because they (Republicans) did not have the majority in the Senate. We the People responded by giving them the majority in the Senate. In the aftermath of that we were told “their hands were tied” because Obama would veto any legislation they sent to him to sign. Confronted by unparalleled obstruction by the very Republicans who claimed to have the country’s best interest in mind, we elected in a landslide victory, the man We the People believe will set America back on the right path.

Have the Republicans encamped around our President and supported him? The answer is an emphatic no. Not only have Republicans not rallied around Republican President Donald Trump, but the abysmal cabal of feckless craven infidels continue to do their collective best to undermine President Trump at every turn.

They are worse than the vilest Democrats. We expect liberal progressive Democrats to behave as they do – we expect Republicans to represent the best interest of America and her citizens, instead they embody the worst character traits of Democrats.

If Republicans gave a rat’s tail about America they would support our duly elected Republican President, and they would take the requisite steps to protect We the People.

“Republican leadership” has become an oxymoron and a pejorative. It is beyond time that We the People held them accountable for their refusal to protect the citizenry.

Republicans are talking out of both sides of their collective mouths as some openly and others secretly hope Robert Mueller, the recently “anointed” Special Prosecutor, will invent evidence that results in unseating our President over some mythical breach of protocol involving Russians.

However, there is a deafening cacophony of silence about the safety of We the People. The so-called Republican leadership feigns concern about Russian involvement in the election of President Trump, while George Soros funded minions are threatening the lives of those of who supported President Trump?

Leftwing groups are threatening the lives of President Trump supporters with impunity. Republican Congressman Tom Garret, (R-VA), and his wife received death threats and threats to harm his children because he supports President Trump’s efforts to repeal obamacare.

Arizona Congresswoman Martha McSally was repeatedly threatened by Steve Martan who said he would “pull the trigger” when she returned to Arizona and “shoot her between the eyes.” Is it necessary for McSally to become a Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, (D-AZ) who was shot in Tucson, Arizona in 2011?

Innocent men, women, and young people are being threatened and brutally assaulted for the singular reason of supporting President Trump. They are not being threatened and bullied by teachers, professors, and blooodied by paid protestors because of a loss of benefits or unemployment; they are being targeted soley because they support President Trump. Where is the Republican outrage? Where are the Republican demands to hold George Soros responsible for funding groups that advocate violence? Why are they not treating Soros like the Klu Klux Klan was treated when they were advocating violence against blacks? So-called Republican leadership is silent as we witness the assault on free speech on university campuses.

We elected them to a job and implicit in that job is the commitment to keep Ameicans safe. We need them to take aggressive steps to punish those who are funding anarchist groups that are threatening violence and committing acts of violence against people because of whom they support. But apparently Republicans are only interested in unseating President Trump and punishing We the People for electing him.

Just as we in massive numbers went to the polls and elected President Trump, we must turn out to defeat and punish Republicans for allowing We the People to be harmed.

Does the so-called Republican leadership want America to return to the type of rule we suffered under Obama? Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was never this antagonistic to Obama. Republicans have turned on us, behaving as we would expect Democrats to treat us.

George Soros is a factually greater threat to America than the absurd claims that President Trump and his administration are secretly working with the Russians. And yet Soros goes uninvestigated and unpunished as he arrogantly funds open anarchy in the streets and the election of those sworn to deconsruct America.

About Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of its parent think tank, the National Center for Public Policy Research. Mychal’s blog, “The Daily Rant” ( enjoys a widely popular and diverse audience of truth seekers worldwide. Read the entire Bio here

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