(National Sentinel)Â Political Stupidity: You have to give establishment Republicans credit for being consistent. It’s just too bad they are consistentlyÂ stupid.
Long-time RINO Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, perhaps sensing the political winds shifting against him, has decided to call it quits, having announced recently he won’t seek re-election next year.
After making his announcement, he then proceeded to become a Democrat, essentially, and unload on President Donald J. Trump, whose core base of supporters, which is actually growing, have not abandoned him yet despite the ruthless, endless assaults against him by establishment pukes ofÂ both parties.
Now, perhaps the RINO-est of all RINOs, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who has been unable to pass jack shit since Trump took office, is siding withÂ Corker, calling him a “valuable member” of the Republican Party.
AsÂ Breitbart News reports:
â€œSen. Corker is a valuable member of the Senate Republican caucus and heâ€™s also on the Budget committee and a particularly important player as we move to the floor on the budget next week and heâ€™s an important part of our team,â€ McConnell saidÂ on Monday.
McConnellâ€™s comments follow a war of words between the two men after Trump claimed that Corker had â€œbeggedâ€ him for an endorsement for his reelection, asked to be Secretary of State, andÂ lacked the â€œgutsâ€ to run.
Corker then responded to Trump by suggesting thatÂ the White House had become an â€œadult day care center.â€
When pushed on whether he agreed with Corkerâ€™s criticism of Trump, McConnell refused to give a response, and simply reiterated his â€œimportantâ€ role in Congress.
Since the feud broke out, Corker has stepped up his criticism ofÂ the President by suggesting that his rhetoric could leadÂ the United States into â€œWorld War III.â€
Lest we never forget, RINOs like Corker are the reason why we are still stuck with Obamacare, which is breaking families with thousand-dollar-a-month premiums and massive deductibles, and why we probablyÂ won’t get tax reform, despite the fact that it used to be a cornerstone of the GOP — that is, before Trump embarrassed the establishment by having the temerity to win in November.
Corker is retiring because he knows that he’ll get primaried out of a job next year anyway. Voters know that the RINO establishment is the problem in this equation, not the president.
Hopefully, McConnell is next.
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