Anonymous ID: bc9924 June 22, 2022, 7:32 a.m. No.16488372   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8974

America Won’t Survive If Only The Left Is Playing To Win




You’d think that with recent special election victories and polls indicating a red tsunami in the midterm elections, Republicans would be politically savvy enough to outright reject Democrats’ assault on Americans’ constitutional liberties. Such commonsense thinking, however, has always been absent from GOP leadership, who have routinely caved to the left on nearly every major policy issue and worked to stab their base in the back.


The Uniparty must be voted out of office, all of them. The GOP is not working for We The People. Who will hold them accountable?

Anonymous ID: bc9924 June 22, 2022, 8:28 a.m. No.16488614   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>8715


Pro-RINO? Really?

Why in the world would TS support them?

Why do they deserve the support of We The People or the GOP?

If nothing else, RINO support needs to change on TS.

How will people wake up if there is a false illusion of support for the RINO's?

Anonymous ID: bc9924 June 22, 2022, 8:45 a.m. No.16488696   🗄️.is 🔗kun

The 14 Republicans Who Voted To Advance Democrats’ Gun Control Wish List Just Betrayed Their Base


Fourteen Republican senators betrayed their voter base on Tuesday night when they voted to advance a gun control bill that concedes key constitutional ground to Democrats and their gun-grabbing wish list.


Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, his pick for lead negotiator Sen. John Cornyn, and nine GOPers committed to passing restrictive gun legislation last week. When the “bipartisan” group of senators finally produced the rushed bill’s text, Republican Sens. Joni Ernst, Todd Young, Shelley Moore Capito, and Lisa Murkowski joined the legislation’s authors (except for Sen. Pat Toomey, who was absent) to ram it through the upper chamber and then to the House of Representatives as soon as possible.


At a time when inflation exacerbated by federal spending is at all-time highs, more than a dozen Republican senators voted to proceed with legislation that funnels billions of dollars to states and government agencies, including the FBI, under the guise of stopping future deadly shootings like the one in Uvalde where 19 children and two teachers died after a shooter entered an elementary school through a backdoor and was not stopped by law enforcement until an hour later.


In reality, the bill is littered with vague language about “dating partners” and red flag laws, which allow law enforcement to temporarily confiscate guns from someone the government deems a danger to the public or themselves, which could be easily exploited by partisan bureaucrats.


Names from related article: Despite concerns that the legislation could compromise Americans’ Second, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendment rights, McConnell and 10 of his squishiest GOP colleagues including Sens. John Cornyn of Texas, Thom Tillis of North Carolina, Roy Blunt of Missouri, Rob Portman of Ohio, Richard Burr of North Carolina, Mitt Romney of Utah, Bill Cassidy of Lousiana, Susan Collins of Maine, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania plan to join the Democrats’ anti-gun escapades. Together, they caved to the emotional blackmail wielded by Murphy and amplified by the corporate media.