(Article by Susan Duclos republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
They are right that there are a significant amount of “Republicans In Name Only” (RINOs) that will side with democrats on some critical topics, with just one example being illegal immigration, (remember Bush and McCain!), so they are party of the “uniparty.”
The uniparty should not be confused with bipartisanship, as the latter views working together as a means to an end, while the uniparty sees different political parties working together as the end in-and-of itself.
Where they are wrong is Republicans are against killing unborn babies, where Democrats fight for the “right” to kill the unborn. Republicans are against illegal immigration, Democrats encourage it. Republicans want small government, Democrats support big government.
The fundamental differences go on and on and on. While RINOs eventually expose themselves as members of the uniparty, by then they have usually been able to do a fair amount of damage beforehand, then it takes time until their next reelection before the bums can be booted out, or forced retire and declare they would not be running for reelection.
Examples: Liz Cheney, Jaime Herrera Beutler, Peter Meijer, Tom Rice, Adam Kinzinger, John Katko, Fred Upton, Anthony Gonzalez.
So while after the 2022 midterms there are less RINOs, there are still way too many within the Republican party which need to be booted out in subsequent elections.
SEPARATING THE WHEAT FROM THE CHAFF….
While it took voting to impeach President Trump for many of those RINOs to be ostracized and forced to resign or lose their seats in the 2022 midterms, thanks to the release of over 40,000 hours of January 6, 2021 video footage to Tucker Carlson and the complete media, Democrat and RINO freakout over the hidden footage finally seeing the light of day, we can now separate much of the wheat from the chaff.
All one has to do is look for reports on which so-called “Republicans” are coming out against transparency, against the release of all the footage, especially the footage the J6 committee, Democrats and the media wanted hidden from the American public.
Some have described the footage Carlson is showing Americans for the first time as “dismantling” the J6 preferred narrative that has been reported non-stop to date.
Readers will have a chance to decide for themselves as Tucker’s Monday night blockbuster report showing said footage, will be embedded at the bottom of this article.
First off, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnel, to which most on both sides of the aisle has known is a RINO, has come out against transparency and the release of the J6 secret footage that has been hidden from the American public for more than two years.
The man has been around forever, figuratively speaking, and has been a member of the uniparty for longer than I can remember, yet he still keeps getting reelected.
His complaints about the release of the J6 secret footage should be used in conservative campaigns against him when he comes up for reelection again, but at 81 years old, it is a hit or miss whether he will run again, or if he will even live to serve his full term.
Elon Musk gave the best response to McConnel, saying “I Keep Forgetting Which Party He Belongs To”
Others that should be removed or forced to retire the next time they are up for reelection are:
• Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) called Carlson’s presentation of Jan. 6 as “mostly peaceful chaos” both “bull—-” and “inexcusable.”
• Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) summarized Carlson’s version as “some rowdy peaceful protest of Boy Scouts” and said to put what happened “in the same category as … permitted peaceful protest is just a lie.”
• Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) said he was concerned about the House Jan. 6 committee’s work, but added, “I’m not interested in whitewashing Jan. 6.”
• Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) called it “dangerous and disgusting” and compared it to Alex Jones’s portrayal of the Sandy Hook massacre.
• Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said, “I thought it was an insurrection at that time. I still think it was an insurrection today.”
• Senate Republicans’ No. 2 John Thune (S.D.) said, “I think it was an attack on the Capitol. … There were a lot of people in the Capitol at the time that were scared for their lives.
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