The GOP establishment is doing the same thing that they tried using puppets Romney and Kasich to steal an election, threatening to sabotage Moore if he wins and vote to expel…
Colorado Republican Senator Corey “Game Show” Gardner always seems like he’s better suited to be hosting The Match Game or Family Feud than holding a spot in Congress, asking questions such as “establishment blank.” He’d guide the contestants along with comments like “The number one answer – hack, establishment hack.” Good answer, good answer.
Unfortunately, for those Americans who haven’t sold themselves to the satanic George Soros and bought into the globalist ideology of a worldwide slave class that includes Americans, that number one answer represents the majority of the swamp Republicans.
Just as they attempted to hijack the presidential election through their puppets Mitt Romney and John Kasich, they plan to take over the Alabama Senate race. “Game Show” Gardner has held his seat for less than two years, first elected in 2014. Yet he’s already the top Senate Republican Campaign official, a rise to prominence that has establishment tool [the number two answer] written all over it.
Gardner, acting in concert with the establishment messaging, including that of Mitch McConnell, is seizing on the opportunity that they likely created themselves, in a manner similar to the Democrats and the Trump dossier. He’s calling on Alabama candidate Roy Moore to not only abandon his campaign, but signaling his intention to make it a futile effort. Gardner’s calling for the Senate to vote to expel Moore if he should win.
Damn the will of the people, right Gardner? Who do those Alabama rednecks think they are challenging the authority of the mighty Soros Senators anyway?
Gardner said, “I believe the individuals speaking out against Roy Moore spoke with courage and truth, proving he is unfit to serve in the United States Senate and he should not run for office.” Excuse us, Gardner, but since when is an accusation the same as proof of anything?
And when does the simple assertion that someone believes it make it so? Many Americans believe you’re a George Soros-funded tool of the devil, seeking to destroy this country. True as it probably is, does our mere belief in itself make it so?
Gardner went on to threaten, “If he refuses to withdraw and wins, the Senate should vote to expel him, because he does not meet the ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate.” Maybe he shouldn’t be a game show host after all. With lines like “ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate” he’s obviously a natural born comedian.
It’s worth noting that it was in college that Gardner switched from being a Democrat to a Republican. What’s in a name or a label anyway, particularly when the establishment variety is simply the flip side of the same coin.
Do us all a favor and J_st Sh_t The Heck _p! Can we buy a vowel, Corey?
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