GOP’s Final Regression
There won’t be a comeback this time
Former First lady Michelle Obama told teenage girls at the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School in 2011 that their success will be determined by their own confidence and fortitude. Her speech must be printed, framed, and presented to men and women who want to join the Republican party because the current generation may have mortgaged confidence and fortitude in favor of political expediency.
Top Republican leaders stand united in their ability to adore Trump even when he disparages them.
Donald Trump, called Mitch McConnell, the longest-serving Senate Republican leader in the history of the United States, a “dumb son of a bitch”, a “stone-cold loser,” a “dour, sullen and unsmiling political hack,” “weak and pathetic” and openly called for his replacement. Mitch McConnell responded to the non-stop ridicule by confirming his support if Trump becomes the nominee in 2024. Mcconnell confirmed that he will use his power to stop the bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the US Capitol building.
Trump mocked Ted Cruz publicly to his face by calling him the biggest liar, called his wife ugly, baselessly insinuated that Cruz’s father was involved in the Kennedy assassination, and delivered the biggest hurt of all by attaching the moniker “lyin Ted” to his name. And yet, Cruz sought Trump’s support to win his reelection in 2018.
The list of Republicans who took the knee before Trump is shamefully long.
By refusing to acknowledge the presence of their spinal vertebrae, the top GOP leaders have sent an ultimatum to party members — either toe the party line or head to the exit.
The latest politician to hitch his wagon to the Trump train is George P. Bush, who tweeted this early this week.
The scion of the most powerful political family in the country has openly signaled that he needs the good graces of Donald Trump to be successful. George P. Bush…