The Speaker’s Pathetic Attempt To Sabotage Trump

Suzanne Shattuck

ryan-trump-300x225In an incredible act of cluelessness, Paul Ryan chose to come out and distance himself from Donald Trump by refusing to stand by the Republican nominee for President. Some might even say the move smells of sabotage.

An article in Reuters states,

“In a conference call with congressional Republicans, Ryan all but conceded that Democrat Hillary Clinton was likely to win the White House on Nov. 8 and said he would put his full energy into preserving Republican majorities in Congress so as not to give her a “blank check.”

What does Mr. Ryan think he and his fake Establishment Republicans have been doing for the past several years? That’s all this limp-wristed, weak, spineless Congress knows how to do…handing over blank checks.

What exactly happened during the Omnibus Bill last year or the current Continuing Resolution Bill? Obama and the Democrats got all they wanted and a box of chocolates, and the Establishment wants us to think that they are there in DC to fight the left?

The Republican Congress, with the rare exception of a few, which will be listed at the end of this article, has continued to play the part of the battered wife syndrome. They take their licks from the Dems and keep going back for more.

I’ll tell you what this is about. This is all about Ryan’s attempt to sabotage Trump’s campaign, because he realizes with a Trump win he loses his power. Paul Ryan is more concerned about keeping the status quo and his power than he is about the survival of this country.

America and all she stands for hangs in the balance. The average American knows we are in the midst of historical times, and one in which will see either the rise of Socialism/Marxism or an amazing rescue from the most certain death of our Constitution.

Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, and the like are blind to the precarious situation in which they have placed this country. They are also ignorant of the desires and cries of the American patriots who constantly point out the path in which these leaders are to walk.

What these Establishment Republicans fail to see is the movement behind Trump. No one in the media, pundits, Hollywood, or elite from the college and university campuses understand it. The one thing it is, is powerful.

The movement is made up of small business owners, bikers, blue collar works, military personnel, and the successful people who work hard for what they have and appreciate the freedom to be all they can be.

All these people and others like them who have been kicked and pushed around by this government for years because of their achievement, their religion, and yes…even their skin color finally have a voice after being silenced and forced to marinate in a political correct country.

These Deplorable people have watched the decline of a nation due to the compromising leadership in Washington. Congressmen who went to change the country for the better instead sold their soul for a taste of power and acceptance in the sinister capital that once was a bastion of service to others.

No, Mr. Ryan. You are clueless as to why you are dropping in the polls. It is not because of your proximity to Trump, but your distance from the truth. You were willing to sell your beliefs to the highest bidder without any concern for the survival of all that is good and right about this country, our heritage.  And those  who laid their lives on the line for freedom, not only for themselves but for their posterity is who gave us that proud heritage.

And we are to believe this distance is about the decade old comments Trump made in private? Consider other bold leaders in our past who didn’t give a damn about being politically correct or delicate with their use of words and who they spoke them to.

As my good friend, Don Brown, relays the story of Churchill and one of the first female members of Parliament, Conservative Lady Astor. She apparently accused Churchill of being disgustingly drunk. The Prime Minister responded: ‘My dear, you are ugly, and what’s more, you are disgustingly ugly. But tomorrow I shall be sober and you will still be disgustingly ugly.’

That comment and many others made by great leaders, although not proper, didn’t keep them from leading through very difficult circumstances. You’ve surely heard it said, ‘God uses peculiar people to accomplish His tasks.’

No, this move by Ryan is not really about Trump’s comment, he is just using it for cover. Most politicians in Washington probably hear far worse than what Trump said before their second cup of coffee every morning while they labor for the American people.

The one thing Ryan will come to appreciate is the power of the movement behind Trump, because it won’t stop at the presidency. And once Trump is in office, Ryan may come to realize the feeling of losing the status quo, and may have find the Speakership not so comfortable after all.

*The good guys are Reps: Gohmert R-Tx, Babin R-Tx, Perry R-Pa, Barletta R-Pa, Franks R-Az, Brat R-Va and a few others. If you know of any more please post in comments section.

SOURCE: SUZANNE SHATTUCK