The Republicans In Name Only (RINOs) would do anything to cling on to their luscious government power and to stave off the Populist movement of America First voters and Hill proponents who want to return government authority to its proper place, with the American people.
After Tuesday’s elections gave Republicans control of the House of Representatives, news reports and rumors indicate that RINOS are negotiating with lefties in backroom talks in Washington, D.C.
When most people think of the term ‘RINO,’ the visage of California House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy comes to mind for many Americans who feel betrayed by the phony Conservatives’ on-again, off-again allegiance to the American people.
Despite McCarthy’s denials that he is collaborating with Democrats to thwart the America First movement, Americans are understandably distrustful of the congressman.
With the concept of a handy red trickle rather than a red wave, some Democrats and RINOS have suddenly begun talking about getting along to promote some type of unification, and they are asking that the strong speaker of the House be open to kinder and softer bargaining.
And it all comes after years of being governed by an ironfisted extreme socialist, Nancy Pelosi, also from California.
The Western Journal reported that Democrats are attempting to strike a deal with McCarthy in exchange for speaker votes on the floor, “that could be beneficial as other Democrats float attempting to nominate an alternative GOP choice like outgoing Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to serve in the role.”
“As members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus threatened to withhold their votes for McCarthy unless he gives them concessions on a number of demands, Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) floated the idea of McCarthy attempting to seek support across the aisle,” The Washington Examiner reported, adding:
“FREEDOM CAUCUS THREATENS TO DERAIL MCCARTHY’S SPEAKER BID
With the Freedom Caucus having played a key role in pushing former Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to step down and demanding changes to the motion to vacate the chair to ease the process of ousting a sitting speaker, one Democratic member argued that a McCarthy speakership may have more staying power if he doesn’t strike a deal with his conservative critics.”
Just cut a deal with the Dems Kevin. Whatever you get from Freedom Caucus will not be worth it. The odds will be good but the goods will be odd,” Ruben Gallego (@RubenGallego) posted November 10, 2022.
HFC Rep. Ralph Norman confirms my reporting, tells reporters just now McCarthy called him asking for support. He said tbd.
He talked about wanting more concessions from McCarthy than they first laid out. And they want leadership elections delayed. https://t.co/aZ7aE6Wm4v
— Olivia Beavers (@Olivia_Beavers) November 10, 2022
“Just cut a deal with the Dems Kevin. Whatever you get from Freedom Caucus will not be worth it. The odds will be good but the goods will be odd,” the Arizona Democrat tweeted on Thursday.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“If he asks, [it could be a possibility]. Either you can be speaker for two years and go cash out on Wall Street or be speaker for three months and get pushed out by the Freedom Caucus,” one lawmaker said, adding that the specific demands that could be made that would be palatable enough to get the Democrats on board are “above my pay grade, but that is what I would do.” CONTINUE READING…