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GOP Adopts Courageous “Let’s Lose It All” Strategy for November

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GOP Adopts Courageous “Let’s Lose It All” Strategy for November

 

https://www.freedomnewsreport.com/

June 30, 2020

 

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Leave it to the Republican Party to once again snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. If Mitch McConnell doesn’t get his act together in the US Senate very soon, he’ll be switching offices with Chuck Schumer of New York next January. Republicans in control of the Senate Armed Services Committee voted last week in favor of an amendment from Pocahontas Warren that would force the Pentagon to rename a list of military bases that were named for Confederate military figures. As a result, the GOP is now poised to lose four seats in November, placing the Senate back under Democrat control. Even if Trump wins a second term in office, he could potentially be facing both a Democrat-controlled House and Senate.

Warren’s amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act is being played up as just another bill to rename some old stuff. And of course, the “stuff” in this case is not an elementary school bearing the name of Thomas Jefferson (although that’s coming next), but military bases that were named for Civil War military leaders. If you offered most Americans a million bucks if they could tell you who Fort Bragg, Fort Benning or other military installations are named after, they couldn’t even hazard a guess. No one knows who Bragg or Benning are to this day. But they do know the hallowed history of those bases. Those are the same locations that trained the soldiers who won World War II.

If politicians want to rename some old buildings or forts, that’s one thing. But the motivation behind Warren’s amendment is what is so repugnant. Warren said of her amendment on Twitter:

“It’s long past time to end the tribute to white supremacy on our military installations.”

Huh?

The military is about white supremacy? If a soldier is trained at Fort Benning, does that automatically turn them into a white supremacist? I had a cup of coffee at a Starbucks once. Does that mean I’m retarded now?

 

 

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mliff1

Republicans never learn from their mistakes.

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger
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This is nothing new.

Trump has single handedly carried the entire do nothing establishment GOP on his shoulders and his coat tails all along.

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1 hour ago, pepperonikkid said:

GOP Adopts Courageous “Let’s Lose It All” Strategy for November

 

https://www.freedomnewsreport.com/

June 30, 2020

 

Article:

Leave it to the Republican Party to once again snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. If Mitch McConnell doesn’t get his act together in the US Senate very soon, he’ll be switching offices with Chuck Schumer of New York next January. Republicans in control of the Senate Armed Services Committee voted last week in favor of an amendment from Pocahontas Warren that would force the Pentagon to rename a list of military bases that were named for Confederate military figures. As a result, the GOP is now poised to lose four seats in November, placing the Senate back under Democrat control. Even if Trump wins a second term in office, he could potentially be facing both a Democrat-controlled House and Senate.

Warren’s amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act is being played up as just another bill to rename some old stuff. And of course, the “stuff” in this case is not an elementary school bearing the name of Thomas Jefferson (although that’s coming next), but military bases that were named for Civil War military leaders. If you offered most Americans a million bucks if they could tell you who Fort Bragg, Fort Benning or other military installations are named after, they couldn’t even hazard a guess. No one knows who Bragg or Benning are to this day. But they do know the hallowed history of those bases. Those are the same locations that trained the soldiers who won World War II.

If politicians want to rename some old buildings or forts, that’s one thing. But the motivation behind Warren’s amendment is what is so repugnant. Warren said of her amendment on Twitter:

“It’s long past time to end the tribute to white supremacy on our military installations.”

Huh?

The military is about white supremacy? If a soldier is trained at Fort Benning, does that automatically turn them into a white supremacist? I had a cup of coffee at a Starbucks once. Does that mean I’m retarded now?

 

 

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Who said "the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. it is it’s natural manure."? 

Why Thomas Jefferson, huh wonder what the snowflake/Millennials think about him? 

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Jon Wayne

I got a feeling that the chaos and mayhem by the demented Left in this country will get even more out of control leading up to the election.  Maybe the election will have to be cancelled.  Or maybe Marshall Law will need to be declared … we're halfway there already.  Maybe this election will be the breaking point for everything, forcing the country into a civil war.  I'm ready to do my part. 

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