Is The GOP Fueling The Clinton Machine?

Rinos For Hillary

No one who has been paying attention to the farce that is “American elections” should be surprised when it turns out [again] that the GOP has been feeding their own candidates to the fascist “Clinton War Machine”.

It’s happened before, whether by deliberately fielding un-electable candidates (Mittens Romney, Jihad John McCain etc.) or overtly funding the extreme leftist Democratic candidates in State elections.

In 2010 on Denver’s Peter Boyles Show (KNUS) GOP-PAC Chair Michael Steele urged Colorado Republicans to shun former Congressman Tom Tancredo (Rep.) in the  gubernatorial race and instead, vote for extreme leftist, gun-grabber John Hickenlooper. Hickenlooper won and Colorado soon had some of the most oppressive gun laws in the nation.

The 2010 Colorado gubernatorial election

Another Republican candidate to earn Christie’s ire when he expected his cash was former U.S. representative Tom Tancredo, who might have won the Republican primary for governor in Colorado last year, if not for a slew of attack ads that torpedoed his campaign. A watchdog group traced the ads to the Republican Attorney Generals Association, which received cash from the Republican Governors Association, run by Chris Christie.

Tom Tancredo, U.S. representative from Colorado’s Sixth District from 1999 to 2009; Republican gubernatorial candidate:

“All of a sudden, these ads started airing on mostly radio and also e-mail. Hundreds of thousands of e-mails. And they were really bad. They suggested that I wanted to legalize all drugs, that I didn’t care about children getting hooked on heroin, that I was a big spender in Congress.

“We had no idea where the ads were coming from. But I have to admit, when we became aware, that it was actually connected to the Republican Party, that was annoying, to say the least. The party’s responsibility is to support the candidates once they get nominated. I did not expect a lot of support, but I did not expect them to enter the primary. I’m positive it was Christie. The Republican Attorney Generals Association has never gotten involved in a Republican governor’s race and in a primary. I know it was him; I am absolutely positive.”

(Tancredo’s has staunchly supported tightening immigration requirements from Islamic countries. On September 18, 2008, Tancredo introduced H.R. 6975, the Jihad Prevention Act, which would require aliens to attest that they will not advocate installing a Sharia law system in the United States as a condition for admission, and for other purposes. Aliens failing to make such an attestation would be ineligible for admission. Further, the visa of any alien advocating the installation of a Sharia law system in the United States would be subject to revocation.[60]))

Tancredo’s outspoken advocacy for immigration reform, and particularly his criticism of President George W. Bush‘s border security controls, reportedly made him persona non grata in the Bush White House.[94] According to Tancredo, he and Bush’s political adviser, Karl Rove, got into a “screaming match” after Tancredo claimed that “if the nation suffered another attack at the hands of terrorists able to skirt immigration laws, the blood of the people killed” would be on Bush’s and Congress’ hands. Rove responded by calling Tancredo “a traitor to the party” and “a traitor to the president,” and warned him to never “darken the doorstep of the White House.”[94]

They Live, We Sleep: A Dictatorship Disguised as a Democracy

Being a citizen in the American corporate state is much like playing against a stacked deck: you’re always going to lose. The game is rigged, and “we the people” keep getting dealt the same losing hand. Even so, most stay in the game, against all odds, trusting that their luck will change. The problem, of course, is that luck will not save us.

GOP establishment to back Hillary if Trump nominee

Nov 29, 2015 … ELECTION 2016. GOP establishment to back Hillary if Trump nominee. ‘They want a puppet that they can control, Donald will never be that.

Rush Limbaugh: GOP-backed budget deal will win Hillary the election

Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday that the two-year budget deal reached between Republicans and the White House guarantees that Hillary Clinton will be elected president next year because a key GOP weapon against the Democratic front-runner has been “neutered.”

Wall Street Republicans’ dark secret: Hillary Clinton 2016

That kind of talk leaves some rich people contemplating the notion of supporting Clinton in what would amount to a reversion to 2008, when Wall Street money went nearly 2 to 1 for then-Sen. Barack Obama over Sen. John McCain.

Don’t Be Fooled by the Political Game: The Illusion of Freedom in America

Being a citizen in the American corporate state is much like playing against a stacked deck: you’re always going to lose. The game is rigged, and “we the people” keep getting dealt the same losing hand. Even so, most stay in the game, against all odds, trusting that their luck will change. The problem, of course, is that luck will not save us.

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