While running ads claiming that he is the ONLY ‘real KY Conservative’, Mitch McConnell wages war against Conservatives and vows to “crush them everywhere”.
I call the Republican leadership and Ruling Class Establishment – the Judenrat Party for the Obama MarxoFascists. I do so because they aid and comfort the Obama Marxist coup leadership at every turn, doing their dirty work for them. Bashing Conservatives, denouncing them, and will ultimately help round them up for the same punishment and eradication from political relevance that Obama and his national socialists are working to achieve.
The GOP Ruling Class is willing to help annihilate it’s base, because the Ruling Class leadership hates Conservatism, despite paying lip service to it. It supports the MarxoFascist attempts to make government all-powerful. It was instrumental in helping to keep ObamaCare funded. It is instrumental in helping Obama achieve his goals of ‘fundamental transformation’. Some GOP Judenrats are hoping for a seat at the table of the Utopian New World Order that Obama and his MarxoFascists are attempting to create by destroying the America we once knew and loved.
Mitch McConnell, the Post Turtle of Republican leadership in the Senate – is running attack ads against his primary Opponent Matt Bevin at nearly every commercial break on radio, Cable and a slew of internet banner ads. The ads are personal, petty and outrightly ridiculous, while at the same time attacking other Conservative groups by name such as FreedomWorks and the Senate Conservatives Fund and exclaiming that bringing up McConnell’s actual voting record is ‘ridiculous’.
Of note is the fact that McConnell NEVER talks about Obama or the Democrats using the same derision and vitriol as he does against Conservatives.
McConnell, Boehner and the host of the establishment GOP Oligarchy are doing the dirty work to eradicate Conservatism into irrelevance, and they publicly state that is their intention.
Are Conservatives listening?
“I think we are going to crush them everywhere,” Mr. McConnell, the Senate Republican leader, said in an interview, referring to the network of activist organizations working against him and two Republican incumbents in Kansas and Mississippi while engaging in a handful of other contests. “I don’t think they are going to have a single nominee anywhere in the country.”