Being conservative means defending and promoting what has been proven to work over time, and it means defending the core American principle — which is the right of people to seek happiness and prosperity while doing no harm to the right of others to do the same. So, when Republican leadership failed to come to the aid of the republic when the 2020 presidential election was clearly being stolen, right-thinking conservatives were forced to turn their ire on the GOP.
Not only did the majority of elected Republicans fail to push the court cases in the states, but they appeared to roll over at the earliest political opportunity, which might as well have been January 6th. But the betrayal of Trump voters and of the nation itself by the GOP establishment does not stop there. The fight the steal movement took in over $200 million, and the GOP members who took that money have nothing (apparent) to show for it.
This failure to act has cemented in our minds that the so-called “conservative” establishment is sufficiently infested with swamp creatures as to be complicit in the plan to destroy America which we have been documenting for years.
As the actions of the Biden Administration continue to erode the faith of the people in their government, not all Republicans are standing idly by. Jenna Ellis, a senior advisor to President Trump’s reelection campaign, has announced that she is leaving the Republican party after having exposed “skullduggery” in the party’s leadership.
On her show, Real America’s Voice earlier this week, she said all top Republican officials should resign immediately and that she will not return to the party unless and until they do.
Not surprisingly, some ranking GOP officials take issue with Ellis’ stance saying that they fought hard and won’t be lectured on the subject. GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel responded with this statement:
“I led the RNC legal team in over 55 lawsuits on behalf of the President’s reelection, winning a majority of them, including the only successful post-election lawsuit. Any suggestion that I did not support President Trump or do everything in my power to support the RNC’s efforts to reelect President Trump is false. I will say publicly now what I then said privately: I take issue with individuals who brought lawsuits that did not serve President Trump well and did not give him the best chance in court.”
While it’s difficult to judge the sincerity of someone like McDaniel, the fact remains that the GOP as a whole laid down before the perpetrators of the clearly fraudulent election. Since the revolting events of January the 6th, when the FBI set up the Trump movement by salting the crowd with Anti-Trump provocateurs, the election has been proven fraudulent in multiple ways. The most noteworthy of which is the journalism of Steven Crowder who sent members of his crew to document hundreds of missing and incorrect Democrat-voter addresses in the northern mid-west.
In the final analysis, Republicans gave up before all the evidence came in. Now, it is in, and they have revealed themselves as traitors.