Connect with us

News

DOUBLE-CROSS: 11 GOP Senators Backstab Trump to Protect McConnell, Look Who They Are

The Republican Senate failed to get healthcare passed after seven years of claiming to want Obamacare repealed, after voting for it, time and again when it didn’t matter.

So imagine the surprise, when Sen. Mitch McConnell said President Donald Trump had ‘excessive expectations about how fast it took to get things done.

Yes, how dare Trump or any of the rest of us expect that after seven years we could repeal something when you campaigned on doing it.

In response to Trump, 11 senators came out in support of Mitch McConnell and having done nothing.

Collins and Capito helped to do in repealing Obamacare, so they really are part of the problem not the solution.

But Collins was one who voiced support for McConnell.

As did John Cornyn.

And Jeff Flake.

Why are you supporting failure and not getting anything done?

You’ve promised repeal for 7 years and delivered nothing.

Doubtless you would think us guilty of excessive expectations that you actually fulfill your campaign promises…

Advertisement
14 Comments

14 Comments

  1. Emma Chizette

    August 13, 2017 at 11:29 am

    HEH HEH HEH The GOP sank pretty low in endorsing Trump in the first place so supporting McConnell against Trump is just a continuation of gutter politics.

  2. roger domnie

    August 13, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    whole list could just as well been all lefties… all the biggest losers in this party.. not a one has worked more than ten hours, since their time in office.. as a prior business owner of more than 40 yrs i would be ashamed to take a paycheck,not these crooks. some have, or have been cheating for years. just do nothing, keep mouth flapping, no work, not smart enough for that. health care good example seven years of nothing, then blame someone not even in office for failure… how gullible are we mitch?? when i say taking up office space, here’s one……. i can add more to that list if you want,,,, as an owner all i had to do was walk into the office in ten seconds i knew the ones working, the ones hadn’t done anything in a while, clean house america, don’t let them fool you………

  3. Mel

    August 13, 2017 at 12:39 pm

    Let the American voters decide who works harder,gets things done and makes America great. These senators need to listen!!! The American voters are tired of the Washington establishment career political hacks patting each other on the shoulders while nothing gets done except increased taxes. !!! The American Voter will help right the ship.!!!!!!!!

  4. Leekelvin

    August 13, 2017 at 12:45 pm

    THEY WILL SURFACE FROM THE SWAMPS – THE SWAMP MONSTERS, THE DEEP STATES, THE TURNCOAT, AND THE TRAITORS. THEY WILL SHOW WHY REPUBLICAN CANNOT GET THINGS DONE. .! WITHOUT MR TRUMP, THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WILL NOT SUCCEED. !! THEY ARE TOO DIVIDE BETWEEN THEM. ALL FOR THEMSELF NOT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

  5. Pingback: DOUBLE-CROSS: 11 GOP Senators Backstab Trump to Protect McConnell, Look Who They Are – The Conservative Truth

  6. Vic Piemonte

    August 13, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    President Trump is a business man and expects things to get done in a timely manner. These lifetime politicians are used to a life of ease. How many hours a day do they actually spend doing the work of the American people and their constituents? McConnell and his Senate cronies need to get to work!

  7. Jon Clay

    August 13, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    These Repub Sen’s are nothing more than TRAITORS to the voters that put their TRUST in the hands of Pres Trump & the Repub Party ALL OF WHOM CAMPAIGNED ON ‘REPEAL & REPLACE’ ObamaCare, they rode the coattails of Our Pres & were reelected ONLY TO BETRAY THE VOTERS & OUR PRESIDENT. They are LIARS, Betrayers, Deceivers who have NO HONOR!!!

  8. Brenda Balangino

    August 13, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    Career politicians, regardless of party, think that it takes 40 years to get anything as big as health care reform done. “That’s the way it’s done.”

  9. Pingback: DOUBLE-CROSS: 11 GOP Senators Backstab Trump to Protect McConnell, Look Who They Are

  10. Pingback: DOUBLE-CROSS: 11 GOP Senators Backstab Trump to Protect McConnell, Look Who They Are – Conservative Politics

  11. George B Kirk

    August 13, 2017 at 6:37 pm

    WHO ARE THOSE 11 WHO STAND IN THE WAY OF PROGRESS TELL THE VOTERS STRAIGHT OUT. THEN UN-ELECT THEM TROW THEM OUT AND MOST DEMOCRATS AS WELL SAY GOOD BYE TO THOSE WHO STAND FOR AMERICAS FALL RATHER THAN TO BECOME GREAT AGAIN. THE HOUSE AS WELL CAN THINK OF QUITE A FEW WHO NEED TO BE TROW THEM OUT OF THAT BODY AS WELL.
    LETS DO IT AMERICA I WANT THIS COUNTRY TO BECOME GREAT AGAIN BEFORE I DIE.

  12. Lanny Webb

    August 14, 2017 at 4:40 am

    I suggest you senators get up off your rump and repeal/replace Obama care ASAP. If you can’t produce we can replace you; we’re paying you for doing nothing. Tax reform is also an issue that better get resolved ASAP. You guys are a bunch of deadbeats taking our money without fulfilling your pre-election promises.

  13. Pingback: DOUBLE-CROSS: 11 GOP Senators Backstab Trump to Protect McConnell, Look Who They Are

  14. tinsle

    August 15, 2017 at 10:15 pm

    Trust me, you lazy, misguided, greedy, lying, pathetic people…THE VOTERS WILL REMEMBER YOU. We need people that will help not hinder.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News56 mins ago

Trump Ordered DOJ to Investigate Claims of Spying on His Campaign — Now, They’re Responding

News57 mins ago

Hillary Clinton Jabs Trump and Declares She’s ‘Not Over’ Losing the Election During Yale Law Speech

News2 hours ago

Last week, reports indicated Stefan Halper, a Cambridge professor and longtime aide to some of Washington’s most powerful figures, was outed as an FBI informant planted inside Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. The New York Post writes: Halper made his first overture when he met with Page at a British symposium. The two remained in regular contact for more than a year, meeting at Halper’s Virginia farm and in Washington, DC, as well as exchanging emails. The professor met with Trump campaign co-chair Sam Clovis in late August, offering his services as a foreign-policy adviser, The Washington Post reported Friday, without naming the academic. … Days later, Halper contacted Papadopoulos by e-mail. The professor offered the young and inexperienced campaign aide $3,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to London, ostensibly to write a paper about energy in the eastern Mediterranean region. Here are a few fast facts about Halper’s history in politics. Got His Start in Nixon/Ford Years The Stanford and Oxford-educated Halper started his career in government in 1971 as a member of President Richard Nixon’s Domestic Policy Council. The foreign policy expert served as the Office of Management and Budget’s Assistant Director of Management and Evaluation Division between 1973-1974. Halper then served as an assistant to all three of President Gerald Ford’s Chief of Staffs — Alexander Haig, Donald Rumsfeld, and Dick Cheney — until 1977. Accused of Leading a Spy Ring Inside Jimmy Carter’s Presidential Campaign The Reagan-Bush presidential campaign hired Halper to serve as Director of Policy Coordination in 1980 and would later be embroiled in the Debategate affair, a scandal in which CIA operatives were accused of leaking the Carter campaign’s foreign policy positions to the Republican ticket. The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald reports: Four decades ago, Halper was responsible for a long-forgotten spying scandal involving the 1980 election, in which the Reagan campaign – using CIA officials managed by Halper, reportedly under the direction of former CIA Director and then-Vice-Presidential candidate George H.W. Bush – got caught running a spying operation from inside the Carter administration. The plot involved CIA operatives passing classified information about Carter’s foreign policy to Reagan campaign officials in order to ensure the Reagan campaign knew of any foreign policy decisions that Carter was considering. Halper also worked as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs during President Ronald Reagan’s first term. Had a Stint as a Bank Executive In 1984, Halper was chairman of three financial institutions — National Bank of Northern Virginia, Palmer National Bank, and George Washington National Bank. White House official Oliver North wired loaned funds from the Palmer National Bank to a Swiss bank account, which were later used to aid the contras. Believed Hillary Clinton Would Be a Better Steward for U.S.-UK Relations In March 2016, Halper told Russia’s Sputnik News that he believed then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would prove to be a steadier hand in preserving the “special relationship” enjoyed by the United States and Britain. “I believe Clinton would be best for US-UK relations and for relations with the European Union. Clinton is well-known, deeply experienced and predictable. US-UK relations will remain steady regardless of the winner although Clinton will be less disruptive over time,” Halper said.

News3 hours ago

Who Is Stefan Halper? Meet the ‘FBI Informant’ Inside Trump’s 2016 Campaign

News4 hours ago

GOP Sets Fundraising Record in April as Democrat Money Woes Extend into Midterms

News4 hours ago

Leave It to Al Sharpton to Find a Reason to Make the Royal Wedding All About ‘White Male Supremacy’

CF