SC’s Mulvaney: amnesty foes ‘absurd,’ ‘stupid’

selloutIf you thought things were bad on the north side of the border, take a trip a little ways south to check out alleged Tea Party hero Mick Mulvaney:

[…] “Here’s the surprise,” the narrator says. “The strategy is to target the hardcore Tea Party conservatives like Mick Mulvaney, guys who’ve even voted against Boehner in the speakership elections,” a narrator explained. “If Tea Party stars support their bill, the more cautious Republicans will follow.”

The documentary reveals how Mick Mulvaney is one of the most open borders members of the House.

At a Republican Party Breakfast in Goose Creek, South Carolina, Mulvaney demeaned his conservative constituents and colleagues, such as

Rep. Steve King (R-IA), who oppose Ryan’s mass amnesty plan–suggesting that they are “absurd” and “stupid.”

“We need to stop celebrating the absurd in our party and stop rewarding the outrageous and the stupid,” Mulvaney declared as he made the case for disenfranchising his own voters with mass immigration.

This is not the first time Mulvaney has demeaned conservatives to further his immigration agenda. In a recent congressional hearing, Mulvaney criticized acclaimed Heritage scholar Robert Rector for providing U.S. lawmakers with factual evidence that granting amnesty to poor migrants would strain the nation’s federal welfare programs at the expense of Mulvaney’s own taxpaying constituents. Mulvaney vehemently objected to Rector’s analysis and insisted that admitting poor and uneducated migrants who are “literally starving to death” in foreign countries would be a boon to America.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.  The big piles of cash from the donor class means more to these clowns than principle or the welfare of this country. They aren’t even pretending to represent US anymore.  The plan — which appears to be working well so far — mulvis to gobble up all of this big donor cash, do the bidding of said big donors, and then use all that cash to air ads filled with lies on TV and radio stations back home.  (See Ellmers,. Renee.)

Buying into those lies, and continuing to reelect clowns like this, is akin to fiddling like Nero did while his empire burned down around him.

3 thoughts on “SC’s Mulvaney: amnesty foes ‘absurd,’ ‘stupid’

  1. Great analysis gang!
    Since these cronies amass large amounts of lucre up in DC, beating them in a primary is too costly with little chance of winning. Instead, I’m convinced the only way to stop cronies like this is to make them lose to a Democrat challenger. BUT rather than vote for a Dem, the amnesty-first voters need to find a 3rd party placeholder (3PP). If that person (the 3PP) can use guerrilla marketing techniques to gain 5 to 10% of the vote, the cynical GOP candidate will lose and, MOST IMPORTANTLY, the loser will know who made him lose. This is the key to reshaping either of the major parties. The 3PP must want a corrupt incumbent to lose so badly, that even letting the other major party have the seat would be an improvement. In Ellmers’ case, I’d say we’re beyond that tipping point and it looks like Mick Mulvaney needs such treatment by a brave 3PP challenger in his state.

    [Note: The above strategy is exactly how Ralph Nader helped weed out moderates in the Dem party. He hated the Clinton Mafia so badly that he gave us 8 years of GW Bush, but in the end, he ushered in the most pro-communism president we’ve had since FDR.]

    1. I agree. Mulvaney and Paul Ryan should be the first two targets. It should not take many such scalps to convey the message. Both of them are fanatic supporters of amnesty and open borders.

      Interestingly, the Senate Conservatives Fund in a poll of members earlier this year, asked among its questions whether members would support running a conservative as an independent in a three way race where it might be appropriate.

      The result might even be more positive than electing a Democrat. In 1970, liberal Republican incumbent US Senator Charles Goodell came up for reelection, and the New York Conservative Party ran Jim Buckley in the general election. Buckley was elected to the US Senate, beating both Goodell and the Democrat.

  2. It looks like Mickey Mouse Mulvaney is out of touch inside the Washington beltway bubble. Perhaps he has spent too much time with his Chamber of Commerce crony capitalist pals or his K Street buds. Or maybe he spends too much time worshiping Obama.

    If he would look out in the real world, he would see that many citizens are highly concerned about our country being overrun with Third World illegal aliens. The Trump phenomena is a major example in American politics, but it is not limited to America. The staunchly anti-immigration Sweden Democrats are leading in the polls for that country’s next parliamentary election, as is the staunchly anti-immigration National Front for France’s next presidential election. In the last few months, parties whose main campaign issue is fighting immigration, particularly illegal immigration, have made huge gains in elections in Switzerland, Austria, and Denmark, and they just won the first outright majority by a single party since the fall of communism in Poland:

    The western world is fighting back against being overrun by Third World moochers, but Mickey Mouse Mulvaney is a quisling working for the Third Worlders. Yes, he badly needs to be removed in a primary.

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