Finally something both sides of the isle can agree on, and that is ousting the political establishment elites.
This has been a long time in the making, and maybe social media and citizen journalism has a lot to do with this now being a huge part of campaigns. We are talking about the establishment elites of both the Republican and Democrat party, controlling everything and making sure nothing gets done without their nods of approval.
Daily wire reports. New Hampshire Republican Don Bolduc and Alaska Republican Kelly Tshibaka attacked establishment politicians Sunday.
In an interview with Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo, Bolduc and Tshibaka discussed snubs from the Senate Leadership Fund, a political action committee aligned with McConnell.
This news comes as establishment hacks are out attacking America First candidates and elected officials.
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On Tuesday, the congresswoman, who was unsuccessful in her reelection bid last month, tweeted that Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) would say anything, anytime. Cheney also called Cruz a “chameleon,” saying, “He thinks he’s so smart no one can see through him.”
Cruz responded to Cheney with a GIF based on a scene from Mad Men, a format for short videos. The image was captioned with the phrase, “I don’t think about you at all.“
It would seem that we have a uni-party when it comes to the establishment elites and how they want to control America. We don’t have two opposing sides who have slight differences of opinions of how to best serve the American people. We have a fractured political system that the sadly overwhelming majority who just care about enriching themselves, and care little for the American people. But the elitists do care about one thing, that is taking out anyone who does not think like them. So Bolduc and Tshibaka should be proud to wear the badge of not being financially backed by McConnell and stand tall on their principals, and we the American people win or lose will respect them for caring about America first over financial gain.
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