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Tuesday, March 09, 2021

The end of the Republican establishment

For some strange reason, Republican Senators in safe seats are declaring that they will not run for re-election in 2022:

To date, five Republicans senators -- Blunt, Richard Shelby (Alabama), Richard Burr (North Carolina), Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania) and Rob Portman (Ohio) -- have all announced that they will not seek another term next November. It's not a coincidence that all five are considered remnants of the Republican Party of George W. Bush and have struggled to adjust to the new Trump-led GOP.

"The rash of GOP retirements, likely to avoid Trump madness in the primaries, shows you Trump still isn't done destroying the party," tweeted conservative commentator (and CNN contributor) Amanda Carpenter after Blunt's retirement announcement. "Onwards we go."

The trend is hard to dispute.

Blunt, prior to Monday morning, was not seen as someone even considering not running again. He had spent a lifetime in politics -- including a stint in House leadership -- and is a close ally of Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell (Kentucky). And with the Republican trend in Missouri, Blunt's path in a general election in 2020 is probably clearer than in either of his past two Senate bids.

They're probably being told not to run, but by whom? 

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Blogger Harambe March 09, 2021 10:43 AM  

Only tangentially related, but who names their child "Dick Burr"? That sounds painful

Blogger Newscaper312 March 09, 2021 10:44 AM  

Good riddance to NASA pork whore Shelby here in Alabama.
Granted we may be more concerned in the next twenty years about indoor plumbing than space flight, but he's done the latter no favors.

Blogger Harambe March 09, 2021 10:45 AM  

The problem is Nate is gonna run for Alabama senator now and then everyone's in trouble. EVERYONE

Blogger rcocean March 09, 2021 10:46 AM  

People need to look at this in a new light. The Establishment never rests. Its less likely, that Blunt decided not to run on his own, its more likely the Establishment decided he'd be a loser, and told him to step aside for new Establishment candidate. Blount couldn't pretend any longer, but a new Establishment type can talk conservative in the primary and then stab us in the back after the election.

Blogger VFM Bear March 09, 2021 10:53 AM  

My $0.02 says that they're preparing the narrative on how these safe Republican seats flipped because Orangemanbad.

Blogger tuberman March 09, 2021 10:55 AM  

Watch: Eighty percent of the morons shilling here will say some version of "Move along, nothing to see or notice here," or "It's over, this doesn't mean anything."

Blogger IAMSpartacus0000 March 09, 2021 10:56 AM  

That or they see the writing on the wall. Even Romney admits Trump is so popular he will have no problem winning again.

Blogger English Tom March 09, 2021 11:04 AM  

After everything that's happened, why the fuck would anyone ever vote again?

Blogger Stilicho March 09, 2021 11:04 AM  

Told by whom?
Possibilities:
1) GOPe who want to avoid primary loss to a populist republican and wh plan on parachuting in another establishment candidate;
2) DNC which wants to set up a patsy republican who will lose to the democrat in the general election;
3) Other (which includes any number of potential actors).

When these cucks move on to whatever rewards await them once they leave the Senate, the source of those rewards might help us sort this out. However, this can be difficult given the cross-pollenation of the uniparty and its funding sources.

Blogger Ingemar March 09, 2021 11:05 AM  

Wasn't Burr the one who dumped all his investments days before the Virus lockdowns?

Blogger Josh March 09, 2021 11:06 AM  

Or they were offered high-paying positions for services rendered...

Blogger Balkan Yankee March 09, 2021 11:11 AM  

"They're probably being told not to run, but by whom?"

Trump. And his supporters.

Blogger Luis March 09, 2021 11:11 AM  

Their conscience.

Blogger #7139 March 09, 2021 11:18 AM  

They're probably being told not to run, but by whom?

That is the $64,000 question, isn't it?

Blogger szook March 09, 2021 11:23 AM  

Dum, duh, dum, dah!.......Dum, dah, dum, dah, duuuuum!

Blogger Sean March 09, 2021 11:27 AM  

Curiouser and curiouser...

Blogger Doktor Jeep March 09, 2021 11:28 AM  

"They're probably being told not to run, but by whom? "

Maybe the same people that beat up Romney.

Blogger Jeff aka Orville March 09, 2021 11:30 AM  

Yeah, I was surprised by Blunt. He's a swampy as they come. Could it be that non-cabal people are using the blackmail files to weed out cabal stooges? Looks like Hawley will now be the senior senator for my state.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer March 09, 2021 11:32 AM  

I would have been surprised if Shelby wasn't primaried.

Blogger Yankee Terrrier March 09, 2021 11:33 AM  

It's a social disease, I had it as a young man after a night amongst sporting ladies.

Blogger M In The 517 March 09, 2021 11:34 AM  

It's a big fucking mystery. Like the other big fucking mysteries out there, some discouraging (Epstein's "suicide"), others perhaps potentially good signs (ankle bracelets poorly concealed by clothing for Ellen DeGeneres and, per ACs blog from today, Oprah Winfrey, the apologist for and acolyte of the depraved Joao of God).

Blogger SIE March 09, 2021 11:34 AM  

Pat Toomey vs RHINO Arlen Specter woke me to the “it’s all
a show” decades ago.

Pat was doing well in the primary but all the big R money went to the piece of trash Specter - because seniority. Toomey had to wait his turn, despite espousing actual conservative positions

Then when Specter was elected he switched parties to the D - lol. I didn’t vote again until Trump.

Not one shadow of a doubt Toomey took the ticket back then and waited for his scripted appearance on the political stage - I’m convinced he’s been a puppet for decades

Blogger Hammerli 280 March 09, 2021 11:35 AM  

I think part of it is a realization that the Populist Wing of the GOP now has the whip hand...and that the lash of discipline is about to fall hard and frequently on the quislings. Time to get out, cash in as a lobbyist, and avoid losing to a primary challenger.

Blogger wahr01 March 09, 2021 11:36 AM  

A reminder on what the Ryan wing's retirements did to GOP house seats in the 2018 general.

They are doing their best to remove name recognition from GOP seats for 2022 in order to bury populism, this includes avoiding headlines about "upset victories" that established the names of various tea party icons.

Trump can counter this with rallies and ad blitzes but he will essentially be rebuilding villages on scorched earth.

This is the GOP's equivalent of what the Nevada DNC did with mass resignations root and branch when the DSA took over their party this month.

Blogger basementhomebrewer March 09, 2021 11:41 AM  

They're probably being told not to run, but by whom?

Not sure the direct source, but interesting data point in Ohio. Our back stabbing AG Yost was going to run in Portman's spot and there was a highly publicized conversation between them. The story is Portman told him not to run because "the environment in DC is not good right now, it's not someplace you want to be".

Not sure what that means, the fact it's swamp creatures who are uncomfortable can be taken as a hopeful sign though. For whatever reason the Cucks are clearing out. If it is only to get out of the way of a showdown between the people and the deep state then I am fine with that as well. Let us do battle openly and honestly rather than having back stabbers and gatekeepers in the way.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 09, 2021 11:43 AM  

I believe Trump won MO by 15 points and that is with Dominion machines in the D-party hellholes. Burr wouldn't win in a purple state because of being an idiot republican cuck who inside traded on the holy Covid. Toomey in a state Trump clobbered Cadaver Man. And the Ohio cuck well another solid Trump victory in a state we are always told always goes for the winner.

And with those cucks they have the baggage of loudly claiming the Jonestown militia leaders in DC as their "good friends on the other side of the aisle", for reference see the previous thread about Hoyt. There is a big selling point for the cucks.

Blogger RandyJJ March 09, 2021 11:48 AM  

@8 English Tom

After everything that's happened, why the fuck would anyone ever vote again?

If no one votes, then their fraud is easy. Compare the difficulty of voting with the difficulty it caused them, and it's one of the most efficient (not effective) ways to mess with them.

Ideally, you will vote and...

Blogger Charlie March 09, 2021 11:55 AM  

@13 Luis

"Their conscience."

Bwahahahahaha. That assumption is the funniest thing I have seen in some time.

Blogger Bezzle March 09, 2021 11:57 AM  

@14. #7139 March 09, 2021 11:18 AM
"They're probably being told not to run, but by whom?"

That is the $64,000 question, isn't it?


It's a premise borne of hopium, to be sure.

The answer could be more prosaic: the phase of DC being an important epicenter of political power in the American republic is reaching its end, and the most-connected rats are quietly de-assing the scene.

When that masonic ritual temple is finally nuked, its seats of influence will have long since been filled by expendable howler monkeys the likes of AOC and MTG, and the shocking radioactive developments will drive from public mind any lingering memories of cabal critters slinking away with their plunder.

Blogger GeronL March 09, 2021 11:59 AM  

We really need Congressional term limits and an end to pensions and lifetime benefits for these people.

Blogger Don March 09, 2021 11:59 AM  

In the realm of curious things it is important to remember Durham is still special counsel and there are a ton of sealed indictments. That hammer still may fall. Related to this? Maybe.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 09, 2021 11:59 AM  

Harambe wrote:Only tangentially related, but who names their child "Dick Burr"? That sounds painful
He wants to grow up to be Dick Tater.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 09, 2021 12:01 PM  

They're probably being told not to run, but by whom?
They're controlled opposition, so it's ultimately their globohomo masters who call the shots.

Blogger 7916 March 09, 2021 12:04 PM  

English Tom > tuberman

It's certainly a show you can watch, you can be entertained, but don't think for a minute that you can vote your way out. It's only practical use is to gauge what outcome scenario is more probable:

1. 2032 breakup
2. 99 million by 2025
3. Somewhere in between

...and then plan accordingly.

Blogger RC March 09, 2021 12:07 PM  

"They're probably being told not to run, but by whom?"

I don't know about the rest but Blunt was told he was going to be taken out in the primary.

Blogger Jack Amok March 09, 2021 12:09 PM  

Watch: Eighty percent of the morons shilling here will say some version of "Move along, nothing to see or notice here," or "It's over, this doesn't mean anything."

Oh, it means something. It just doesn't mean anything as far as voting goes.

Blogger Joe Smith March 09, 2021 12:10 PM  

This is my personal favorite part:

conservative commentator (and CNN contributor)

That should tell anyone all they need to know about what a conservative is. They write it with an apparently straight face.

Blogger mushroom March 09, 2021 12:21 PM  

As a Missourian, I believe a lot of us are sick of Blunt and were planning on voting for someone else in the primary. Trump-supporters are 90% of the party here.

Blogger Swamp Fox March 09, 2021 12:28 PM  

Exactly.

Blogger dienw March 09, 2021 12:34 PM  

Harambe wrote:Only tangentially related, but who names their child "Dick Burr"? That sounds painful

Because "Aaron" is too obvious.

Blogger Doktor Jeep March 09, 2021 12:50 PM  

This might be a move to protect heinously corrupt state level GOPs. On the state level they rely mainly on nobody showing up except the chamber of commerce types and their friends.
Based on what I saw the GOP do to Ron Paul, if hordes of Trumpists appear to primary the traitors, and the GOP tries to pull the same illegal crap as they did in 2008 and 2012, the same boomercons who called us conspiracy theorists in the past will finally see the light.
Considering how raucous things get on the state level there will be no getting away with it.
It would be better for the RINOs and neocons to slink away until the boomers die of old age or there are enough immigrants for none of this to matter.

Blogger MichaelJMaier March 09, 2021 1:00 PM  

Harambe wrote:The problem is Nate is gonna run for Alabama senator now and then everyone's in trouble. EVERYONE

Someone please tell me the blue nightie pics are saved somewhere.

Blogger MichaelJMaier March 09, 2021 1:01 PM  

English Tom wrote:After everything that's happened, why the fuck would anyone ever vote again?

Exactly. They cheat and aren't even hiding it anymore. Why should I believe my vote does anything?

Blogger IAMSpartacus0000 March 09, 2021 1:03 PM  

English Tom wrote:After everything that's happened, why the fuck would anyone ever vote again?

This is my quandary. If people don't vote in 2022 feeling that it just doesn't matter then the Dems win and just say "you should have voted"

However if we do vote, and vote "biggly" and still lose then that just shows more people how screwed they are. This then leaves the Dems' with a quandary. If they manipulate the election again then they only add to their enemies camp. If they withhold fraud or just try to make it limited enough to give some ground but not enough to really impact them then can cry "See it was fair!"

OR they could take the lose and save the election fraud for 2024 when Trump runs again. However this runs the risk of a bunch of Trumpains taking the house and telling the rest of the GOP to go F--- themselves, it's time do the things you feared to do.

Blogger CarpeOro March 09, 2021 1:14 PM  

Probably being told not to run by the antithesis ("conservative") side of the uni-party so they can have their shills like AC bang the drum of "orthodox conservative" pointing at the rebellion as why they are losing.

Blogger van helsing March 09, 2021 1:19 PM  

9: 1/2 are essentially the same. cabal maneuvering to have one of their own in there NMW. otoh, if one of theirs wants to stay - they will ensure many run against him/her (liz cheney).

Blogger Leahn Novash March 09, 2021 1:35 PM  

@RandyJJ If you believe voting will make anything harder for them you haven't been paying attention.
At the rysk of being a borderline black pill, we have provided them a plethora of documented methods we used to detect their fraud, carefully colated in multiple websites, explained in detail in dozens of YouTube videos. The fix for the election is already in. The fraud part needs a bit of work but they have 4 years to work on that. By all means do vote, but don't expect the things to go the same way the next time.

Blogger Digger Variant March 09, 2021 1:38 PM  

I couldn't and wouldn't vote for any of these for any office. They obstructed Trumpublicanism.

Blogger Harris March 09, 2021 1:38 PM  

The faster we replace the boomers in congress, the better. At least later generation Senators honestly declare themselves, so we know who is an ally and who is an enemy. I'm over the middle of the road guys who give away our freedoms and conserve nothing.

Blogger VFM #7634 March 09, 2021 1:46 PM  

If they withhold fraud or just try to make it limited enough to give some ground but not enough to really impact them then can cry "See it was fair!"

That's exactly what they just did in 2020.

Trump just baaaarely lost the Presidency, and the Democrats just baaaaarely held the House and just baaaaarely took the Senate. Democrats got everything, but made it look like a near thing in all cases.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 09, 2021 1:50 PM  

RandyJJ wrote:If no one votes, then their fraud is easy
If everyone votes, then the fraud is a little more obvious, but that's the way they like it. If you vote, you've endorsed the fraud. If you vote, you're agreeing to the outcome. If you vote, you have no right to complain.

Blogger ChewbacaTW March 09, 2021 1:53 PM  

@mushroom I can believe it. I was in Missouri in October and y'all should make the Trump flag the new state bird, cause I saw it flying EVERYWHERE.

Blogger Pipeman March 09, 2021 2:05 PM  

Burr is an embarrassment to the Old North State. Libby Dole was better than him. What I’d give for another Jesse Helms to run (and we also need to be rid of that pissant Tillis).

Blogger Autarky Bear March 09, 2021 2:06 PM  

I'm predicting a massive withdrawal from voting booths. Especially on the "conservative" side as everyone of them including myself feels it's just a trap now. Voting has no underlying purpose anymore considering this past election fraud that was so blatant it's hard for even people that are Trump haters to fully ignore.

Maybe the people behind the system will manipulate voting reports in 2022 and try to make it appear voting is going normally. But I think alot of people have now come to the conclusion the system is rigged and corrupt to the point of no return, therefore getting out of that system is best.

Blogger VFM Bear March 09, 2021 2:30 PM  

Voter turnout affects legitimacy, which is why some countries have compulsory voting, including for example Australia and North Korea.

I agree with Ominous Cowherd, that your voting participation is your acceptance and submission to the legitimacy of the process itself, which is why they want you to vote or die for Turd Sandwhich or Giant Douche every time.

Simple hypothesis: if there is a significant decline in voter population there will be a move towards compulsory voting.

Blogger Stilicho March 09, 2021 2:44 PM  

@Leahn that would be the "and" part RandyJJ mentioned

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 09, 2021 2:47 PM  

Autarky Bear wrote:I'm predicting a massive withdrawal from voting booths. Especially on the "conservative" side ...
The cuckservatives will proclaim ``if you don't vote, you can't complain,'' and ``voot hodor!!!1!'' Cuckservatives aren't going to ever make a winning move, period.

Blogger Crunchy Cachalot March 09, 2021 2:56 PM  

The Washington Generals are disbanding? What a tragedy for the sporting world.

"To vote or not" is a moot question for most of you, because they won't require an ID for mail-in voting, but you'll be required to present a vaccine passport to vote in person. Go ahead, doubt me on this.

Blogger Oswald March 09, 2021 3:00 PM  

In response to 54.

The conclusion that our very voting perpetuates a corrupt and evil system is a very hard conclusion to get to, if you have spent your whole life believing that our system was the greatest in the world.

Yet, I find myself at that very conclusion. However, they are master manipulators. What new and compelling reason will they come up with to force me to participate in their system. How many elections did we fall for "if only we could get good judges appointed?" Will some new candidate emerge that seems to carry on Trump's work, that I will feel I just got to get out and vote for? No one likes to be manipulated, but after being manipulated so long, how can one be sure that at last they are able to see the manipulation and therefore to avoid it. Or is that to part of the manipulation?

Blogger liberranter March 09, 2021 3:21 PM  

All five were on Epstein's passenger manifest list, maybe? Only now is it to the DS's advantage to make that public?

Blogger Canada78Bear March 09, 2021 3:28 PM  

Maybe not told, but certainly informed of reality of being primaried out and it being ugly.
Getting rid of the back stabbers will be a good thing.

Blogger English Tom March 09, 2021 3:54 PM  

@Luis

A politician with a conscience. Really, c'mon man!

Blogger RandyJJ March 09, 2021 4:03 PM  

@47 Leahn Novash

If you believe voting will make anything harder for them you haven't been paying attention.
At the rysk of being a borderline black pill...


Trump won in 2016. In 2020, they had to perform such blatant cheating that a lot of normie, true-blue Republicans noticed and are starting to wake up. Neither one of those are going to "save" us, but if you think that neither of those things affected our enemies, I would say you are either not very bright or married to your black pills.

@51 Ominous Cowherd

If everyone votes, then the fraud is a little more obvious, but that's the way they like it. If you vote, you've endorsed the fraud. If you vote, you're agreeing to the outcome. If you vote, you have no right to complain.

If they like obvious fraud, why didn't they make it obvious in the past? There's been nothing stopping them. Seriously, that is an incredibly dumb thing to say.

None of the rest follows. You're not taking a bold stand or making a statement by not voting (almost half of people don't). You'll just get ignored. And if voter participation falls to 30%, that's not going to make anyone take you more seriously. Fighting the fraud and overthrowing our corrupt government are what counts. And voting doesn't prevents you from doing that any more than collecting a tax return does (or have you boycotted that corrupt system as well?).

If you are advocating unending protests over the fraud, then you might have a point. If you're not, then you're not opposing anything, you're just removing yourself from the equation and patting yourself on the back for doing literally nothing.

Blogger The Last Roman March 09, 2021 4:07 PM  

There is no point in voting because the process, and the people safeguarding it, have been comprised. Not only is the GOP dead, but so is representative democracy.

Blogger Rule of Wrist March 09, 2021 4:13 PM  

Most likely it's the (uni)party telling them not to run because they know they will all face a certain loss in the primaries. Rather than face that, the party knows they have a better shot with fooling the voters into voting for new faces that the Trump people either don't know or will be fooled into believing are on their side. Once these party men accomplish the primary deception they will be free to once again turn on the people and/or Trump. It's the same old playbook. It's a playbook and it's the same because it works.

Look at the Crenshaws and Cawthorns and... pretty much anyone CPAC approved for how this works. I bet 80% of normie GOP rank and file think those guys are just peachy, and not the next Romneys and Burrs as we know them to be.

I mean, how many current GOP people can we really count on? Trump? Maybe, but the last few months of his term were a disaster. Nunes? Probably but he's not big chair material, though there's no shame in that. Gaetz? Ehhhhhh, he mostly makes the right noises at least. Same for Jordan.

The only one I see who I haven't had much cause to doubt so far is DeSantis. I mean, the guy seems to have done some major cleanup work in Broward county voting processes which had been a major problem for DECADES. That alone is a major feather in his cap, but that is far from his only great accomplishment in FL. Dude is crushing it IMO.

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey March 09, 2021 4:15 PM  

IAMSpartacus0000 wrote:This is my quandary.

The Dems stole the election, got away with it, and proved that no viable means exists to police it. The courts and legislatures wouldn't touch it, law enforcement was 100% AWOL, and the GOP cucked. Now in Congress the Dems are vying to codify their advantages by making mail-in voting and lenient voter id the laws of the land.

If it worked this well and this bigly, what in the world is to prevent them doing it again? Their good will? A sense of sportsmanship from the SJWs? They do intend to keep it up or else they wouldn't be pushing these bills in Congress.

So I think you have your answer to one quandary. What to do about it as another.

Blogger DroppingBear March 09, 2021 4:36 PM  

Now we can vote for different pollies in fraudulent elections. Trust the plan!

Blogger FALPhil March 09, 2021 4:39 PM  

GeronL wrote:We really need Congressional term limits and an end to pensions and lifetime benefits for these people.

And along with that, they have 90 days from January 1 each year to conduct the country's business (with a commensurate cut in pay and staff budget), and then they have to go home and live according to the laws that they pass.
Harris wrote:The faster we replace the boomers in congress, the better. At least later generation Senators honestly declare themselves, so we know who is an ally and who is an enemy. I'm over the middle of the road guys who give away our freedoms and conserve nothing.

You are funny.

Human nature doesn't work that way.

Autarky Bear wrote:But I think alot of people have now come to the conclusion the system is rigged and corrupt to the point of no return, therefore getting out of that system is best.

Getting out, or putting a new and different system in place?

Blogger Solon March 09, 2021 4:40 PM  

Respectfully, those would be good developments, but the real benefit to being a congress critter doesnt come from that position, it comes AFTERward, when they get juicy lobbyist and contractor positions. You sign up, take the ticket, get up to all sorts of shenanigans while there, and then "retire" to the private sector with all sorts of influential positions there too.

The congress salary and lifetime benefits are nice but not at all the end goal; more just icing on a fecal cake.

Blogger DrivingDissent March 09, 2021 4:46 PM  

They thought they finally had Trump.. I'm trying to comprehend what kind of groundswell occured from the base to shift the establishment so quickly..

They clearly thought we where done becouse they bet big. Now we run up their flanks and hit em where it hurts, in the strategic tender bits..

Blogger Ranger March 09, 2021 4:52 PM  

"If you vote, you're agreeing to the outcome".

That's a spell; politics is not a game where you agree to the rules and to the outcome of "a fair fight". It's a substitute for war. No one ever said "if you fight a battle you have to consent to the outcome of the battle if you lose". No. If you lose the battle, you prepare for the next one and do your best to minimize the results of the loss. You may not be able to reverse it, but you surely shouldn't "consent" to it.

Blogger The Pitchfork Rebel March 09, 2021 5:17 PM  

Whatever the "safety" of the other seats, Toomey's is not, from either his perspective or the GOP's.

First is his personal political capital. Pennsylvania is a big 2A state, and he started his leftward drift by tossing his record on gun rights in the trash by working with Manchin to promote now dead limits on guns or ammo, I think after Sandy Hook.

He's not stupid. He realizes that Wolf's unprecedented vote tally in 2018 and Biden's erasure of a 700K lead in 2020 means that there's little or no chance a GOP candidate can prevail with the vote fraud baked in.


His departure has been known for some time.No doubt you'll see this Harvard grad and former Wall Street trader looking to cash in as BoD member of some converged financial firm, where his vote to impeach Trump will be price of the seat.

hat's more interesting is that nobody on the GOP side is announcing to a run. Now whether they realize that the elections are fixed for the foreseeable future or whether it's going to be really hard to appeal to Main Street PA GOP voters and Wall Street donors at the same time, or both is a matter of debate.

Blogger Gregory the Tall March 09, 2021 5:55 PM  

Maybe someone is promising them the videos will not be published...

Blogger 7916 March 09, 2021 6:28 PM  

@71 Your reasoning is flawed. If you choose to give battle you're consenting to find out the outcome, proved in blood. You cannot take it back.

And politics is indeed a game with rules; it has to be in order not to spill your your fellow citizen's guts out on the grass.

You can have politics, or you can have war. You cannot have both at the same time for the same people.

Blogger wahr01 March 09, 2021 7:12 PM  

@72

It will take a figure like DeSantis who is the genuine article.
The base is tired of cucks and hispanics sniff out and shun cuckery as a matter of instinct.

Blogger Ozymandius March 09, 2021 7:17 PM  

Didn't Bill Clinton come down with that soon after marrying Hillary the Harridan?

Blogger CoolHand March 09, 2021 7:34 PM  

@51 Oh, fuck you.

I'm not going to forgo my franchise (on the off chance that it's not entirely meaningless) just so I can self-righteously sneer at others for not being as hopelessly demoralized as I am.

The commies don't give a shit about "legitimacy", and they surely don't care whether you believe in the process or not.

Not voting at all and trying to shame others into not voting as well is like self immolating because you don't think your mailman respects you, and then moralizing at your neighbors about not wanting to burn themselves to death too while you're doing it.

Vote, or don't, but FFS stop demoralizing your own people.

Voting probably isn't going to solve our problems, but it certainly won't make them any worse.

Blogger Didas Kalos March 09, 2021 7:38 PM  

Is Shelby even as aware as pedo Biden?
How old is he? Didn't he flee the losing Dems in the 1990s? (Dick Burr. Hehe. His wife is still chafed.)

Blogger Jack Amok March 09, 2021 9:29 PM  

This is my quandary. If people don't vote in 2022 feeling that it just doesn't matter then the Dems win and just say "you should have voted"

However if we do vote, and vote "biggly" and still lose then that just shows more people how screwed they are....


Exactly. Voting won't be terribly useful for the usual "peaceful change of power" reasons, but everyone should still go out and vote. The harder the globalists need to Fraud to hang onto power, the less sure of themselves they will be.

Doubt in the minds of the Deep Staters is the most useful thing.

Blogger Storm Rhode March 09, 2021 10:18 PM  

If they let us elect Trump again, I'm sure he'll stop them.

Blogger Andy Texan March 09, 2021 10:48 PM  

It there is no voting choice there is no politics. What do I care what happens in DC? They will do what they do and there is nothing to be done. Why talk about it or fret. Keep your head down. Plan for the apocalypse and forget about voting on the federal level. I will vote on the state level. Texas can screw with the feds.

Blogger DougW March 09, 2021 11:12 PM  

I think they're being told by their constituents. I mean, all pols these days have social media mangaers across multiple platforms. It's hard to hide all the "embrace Trumpism or get lost, cuck" comments left by usually reliable R voters. This is beautiful.

Blogger Maniac March 09, 2021 11:13 PM  

No more Neocons.

Blogger Beery Swine March 10, 2021 8:57 AM  

Will we ever even know what's going on behind the scenes?
Is anyone else sick to fucking death of all the secrecy? I wish the entire world was just suddenly stricken with a "Liar Liar" curse, where when anyone is asked a question they must tell the whole truth.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 10, 2021 11:43 AM  

7916 wrote:You can have politics, or you can have war. You cannot have both at the same time for the same people.
We have lost the politics. Now we must win the war.

Blogger kerdasi amaq March 10, 2021 2:09 PM  

The real flaw in the system is that there is no way to veto the bad decisions that elected representatives vote for.

Blogger Pathfinderlight March 10, 2021 9:50 PM  

All the swamp has to do is truck in more pre-filled votes like they did in 2020, problem solved. The reasons to vote against establishment candidates is to waste enemy money and force them to engage in exposable shenanigans. That will allow us to craft a more solid system come the revolution.

Blogger martin March 10, 2021 10:12 PM  

What 65. said.

Blogger Avalanche March 11, 2021 7:14 AM  

@30 "We really need Congressional term limits and an end to pensions and lifetime benefits for these people."

"All" we have to do is get THEM to vote for it.... hmmm.

Blogger Avalanche March 11, 2021 7:29 AM  

@54 " the system is rigged and corrupt to the point of no return, therefore getting out of that system is best."

Get out of the system and GO WHERE!?!? This is the problem with the swamped and darkened/darkening White countries across the planet! There IS NO WHERE LEFT for us to escape to!

"The more you tighten your grip, the more planets will slip through your fingers...." No longer possible.

White flight is nearly impossible and wherever we can or do run to, "our" govt sets up plans and programs and uses OUR money to swamp those new places with more not-Americans, not-Europeans, not-Whites! Fer cryin' out loud -- they moved thousands of equatorial subhumans into MINNESOTA, and just made us pay for insane heating bills so the darkies in their free apartments didn't suffer too badly from the cold!

Voting will NOT save us, but not voting will hurt us way worse! Are you too young to remember various presidents/govts insisting "they had the people's mandate" to do whatever-damned-thing the people ABSOLUTELY did not want them to do?!

Voting is at the very least, notifying everyone ELSE that we are here and we are not happy! Those Trump rallies were a real eye-opener for hundreds of thousands, probably millions of Americans! We are NOT alone! There are many, many others who have not been mollified and pacified by "conservative" liars and grifters and cucks and wimps acting as pressure relief valves to keep our side quiescent. The rallies gave THAT the lie!

Blogger Avalanche March 11, 2021 7:45 AM  

@81 "It there is no voting choice there is no politics. What do I care what happens in DC? They will do what they do and there is nothing to be done. Why talk about it or fret. Keep your head down. Plan for the apocalypse and forget about voting on the federal level. I will vote on the state level. Texas can screw with the feds."

Coward. Or way too short for this ride!

What do you care what happens in D.C.? You gonna stop paying a boatload of taxes, welcome hundreds of thousands of not-American violent criminals and plague carriers (and I do NOT mean SARS!) into your neighborhood -- oh, or do you not have children, so who cares? -- see the corrupt FBI show up at your doorstep and 'red flag' you to death in front of your children?

Sorry-not-sorry, but no. You CANNOT sit this one out! The enemy always gets a vote -- and if you QUIT voting, you just make it easier for them.

Trading captured hills back and forth in a war may FEEL useless, but it's not always. 'Giving up, refusing to fight, and walking away' just means you get shot in the back.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 11, 2021 6:48 PM  

Avalanche wrote:What do you care what happens in D.C.?
If you can put your state government in the hands of men who will effectively resist DC, you don't have to care much.

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