Dobbs – Ryan Is Proving o Be a Rather Simple Opportunist, A Romney RINO
Lou Dobbs has had enough of the disloyal, self-serving puppet of the left, Paul Ryan attacking the GOP nominee for president. He makes it infinitely clear that he believes Ryan has a different agenda than that of the American people.
Mr. Dobbs points out that it has only been 12 days since Ryan gave his begrudging endorsement of Donald Trump and that Ryan has continued since that time to hit Trump at each and every turn, including earlier in the day when he sided with Hillary Clinton and Hussein Obama on the question of banning unvetted Islamists from entering the country.
Dobbs observes that Speaker Ryan obviously thinks so little of the American citizens that they are incapable of discerning the difference between a war against radical Islamist terrorists and a war against Islam. He has one word to describe Ryan’s view, “pathetic.”
“And he obviously thinks so highly of himself,” says Dobbs, “that he has assumed the role of final arbiter of what are and are not appropriate statements by our presidential nominee. Ryan makes a mockery of party unity and loyalty. He blathers on about what he calls ‘an obligation’ to call out Trump and other members of the party if they say things that, in his judgment are against the party’s beliefs.”
He asks, “And why does the liberal media quote and follow Ryan’s nonsensical complaints and declarations? Well, it’s straightforward. He is a useful tool for the Democrats and the left.”
Mr. Dobbs notes that “Ryan doesn’t speak of his other obligations, first to the Party and of course the nominee, to be vocally and energetically supportive. Ryan instead blathers on about his contrived agenda; rather than working with the Republican nominee to create the Republican agenda, not the Ryan agenda.” Dobbs asks, “In a phrase, who the hell does Ryan think he is?”
“He’s proving himself to be a rather simple opportunist of the worst sort, a functionary of the donor class’ making and bidding.” Dobbs says, “Ryan is a RINO, a Romney Republican, the worst sort in my view, dedicated to themselves and lacking both the talent and appeal to be constructive or appreciative; to be grateful. Nor can they govern and in the face of a true leader they become braying obstructionists.”
He says, “Ryan’s shortcomings are manifest, a man who’s done nothing of any meaning or moment in 17 years in the House, rejected with Romney by the American people just four years ago; whose jealousy and resentment of Trump overwhelms the speaker, who is better suited to the role of Hamlet.”