If you voted for President Trump this November, the Republicans in Congress are betraying you. The Representatives in the House are not representing you, and the Senators are subverting your revolution. For the first time in decades, they have the reins of power. Instead of working together to get things straight, they are hobbling the direct, clear reforms you voted for.
The denizens of the Swamp cleverly disguise themselves as cohorts of “the people” during the election. Yet, as the days pass, and the pages turn, they throw off their masks and camouflage, to reveal themselves as opponents of your wishes, creatures of the same old “Black Lagoon.”
In 2016, America, so tired of being oppressed by twenty percent of our citizens, finally stands up and says “enough.” Citizens show up in droves and vote to end the politically correct, power broker era; but they do not get what they bargained for. Instead, they get lip service to transformation, and business as usual.
It seems they are as naïve as the characters in horror movies; they think their hero kills the creature, but here it is as vicious as ever. They think their only enemies are their obvious enemies, and their allies are their allies. They are so wrong. Instead, they learn that their enemies are still their enemies, and their “allies” are out for themselves. They have no allies; they are abandoned to the voracious creatures who hide in plain sight. How can we call them cynical, when the truth bears them out?
Those smarmy liars and deceivers who sit smugly on their thrones are thumbing their noses at the plebiscite. They stymie the movement President Trump champions; they quibble and dribble away opportunities that have waited decades for fruition.
GOP stands for “Got Our Power.” They need to hear that we see them for what they really are: cowardly traitors, dreading social media. Harsh? What do we call those who subvert their nation for any other reasons? In this era of virtual lynching, real heroes shun the battle for leadership. Why? Because it is suicide to try to lead an army of disloyal, reticent, malingering, uncommitted political egos into real moral combat. They will not represent the bulk of America; they refuse to restrain the unremitting, minority’s demands on the majority.
Do not believe what they say or what they say they do – challenge or replace them. Now is time for real revolution.