I Don’t Know Who is Worse…

A. The *Resident of the USA, a rambling incoherent mess whose talking points, Executive Orders, and speeches are all written by and choreographed by others. The Border is in crisis, inflation is skyrocketing, whites and unvaxxed people are high on Biden’s list to vilify as subhuman. The list is long.

B. But let’s not count out the 17 RINOs who are on board with the Infrastructure Bill and who are determined to reverse the advances of Trump’s America First agenda.

Here’s a list of the 17 worms.

  • Roy Blunt of Missouri
  • Richard Burr of North Carolina
  • Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia
  • Bill Cassidy of Louisiana
  • Susan Collins of Maine
  • Kevin Cramer of North Dakota
  • Mike Crapo of Idaho
  • Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
  • Chuck Grassley of Iowa
  • John Hoeven of North Dakota
  • Mitch McConnell of Kentucky
  • Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
  • Rob Portman of Ohio
  • Jim Risch of Idaho
  • Mitt Romney of Utah
  • Thom Tillis of North Carolina
  • Todd Young of Indiana

All the names make sense to me as diehard NeverTrumpers, except Grassley from Iowa. What am I missing that HE voted to advance this porkalooza bill hellbent on taking down America? I thought he was a good guy. No?

To answer my headline, I honestly think the RINOs are worse, far worse, than Biden. They are only voting for Biden’s bills to further their own agenda as having the moral high ground. Hardly. Mitch McConnell is the leader of the toads, his hatred for Trump is what drives all his decisions – not what’s right for his constituents, not what’s right for the America First agenda.

I’m not sure what happens next for this bill. I understand its been shelved – Dems say only to add more pork, R’s say its shelved because the D’s don’t have enough votes. Gee, if 17 Rs vote FOR it, how on earth could the Ds not have enough votes?

Another gloomy humid gray day. Not a speck of sunshine on the horizon. I’ll update you if I hear from the Cablevision exec. Ha ha.

Happy Monday!



11 thoughts on “I Don’t Know Who is Worse…

  1. Gee. You forgot to mention the rise in the stock market since Biden’s election. He may not be the best but the Country is on firmer ground with less hysteria. Foreign governments are once again respecting us and our word.

    1. Ha ha ha. What a joke. Foreign countries are respecting us? What flavor KoolAid are you drinking? Name one country that doesn’t see us as so weak they’re taking advantage of us with the Biden Administration’s encouragement.

      The hysteria during Trump was 10000% media manufactured. The press got the memo: tell the readers and viewers that Trump is Hitler. It worked. Y’all got Biden.

      The stock market is so overinflated it’s bound to burst. The debt the country is sitting on will cause the USA to fall into the oceans before the predicted rising tides of climate change.

        1. I often wonder if the media would have treated Trump completely differently had he not been The Elvis of Mean Tweets. The media goaded Trump to write tweets. The meaner the tweet was perceived by the liberal press the more airtime CNN and MNSBC gave it.

  2. Biden and the RINOs are neck and neck in my book, but I think it’s McConnell and his flying monkeys by a nose. I’ve started emailing and calling all of them just to vent my ire. It won’t do any good, of course, but better than sitting here nurturing my growing ulcer.

    The country is TOAST – there is no question at this point, and I don’t think even Trump can pull us back from it. Border is simply “open”. No two ways about it. It is wide open, welcoming infected hordes of uneducated, low-skilled future democrat voters.

    Good/scary article this morning in American Thinker, if the link works:


    1. Link works and indeed great article. Thanks for posting.

      More power to you to call. I’d be worried that my name and caller ID would be labeled insurrectionist by McConnell and his henchmen. Agree Trump would have a hard time pulling us back unless most of those RINOs are primaried and defeated. I see so many young Conservatives running to replace RINOs. I don’t know if they have a ghost of a chance but kudos for trying.

  3. This morning the Dems unveiled their $3.5 billion all new infrastructure package. The loser Rs who voted for the baby bear version got played like violins. Agree with AliProwl. McConnell and his ilk nose out the Dems as worse.

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