Leftist Mcthugs aim to turn Arizona blue and give U.S. Senate a Dem majority
Nearly two years after his death the long arm of vengeful McCain, grotesquely held aloft by his longtime operatives, extends out of the grave to fulfill grudges and create havoc within the Republican Party. Their latest mission to upend the reelection of President Donald Trump.
There is no bottom-dragging that is too low for these malevolent anti-Trumpers. They view their despicable efforts to purge the president, and give the boot to those they contemptibly regard as expendable Republican senators for what they view as a greater good. They learned well from their deceitful icon McCain who spent his career colluding with Democrats and sticking his thumb in the eye of the political party he used for his own selfish purposes.
McCain’s former campaign manager Steve Schmidt, and senior adviser and longtime strategist John Weaver are integral to the Lincoln Project, which was co- founded by George Conway, a D.C. based lawyer married to White House legal counsel Kellyanne Conway. In recent weeks, the nefarious group has released a series of ads attacking Pres. Trump and Senate Republicans. The Lincoln Project’s stated mission is to “Defeat President Trump and Trumpism at the ballot box.”
Steve Schmidt is quoted as saying, “The analogy would be in the same way that fire purifies the forest, it needs to be burned to the ground and fundamentally repudiated. Every one of them should be voted out of office, with the exception of Mitt Romney.”
These Trump-hating fools and their high dollar donor* cohorts (15 pages of them at last count) are prepared to flip the senate with expensive ad buys, to teach conservatives a lesson letting them know that defeating Trump alone is insufficient. Hardliner anti-Trumpers argue that GOP senators must pay a steep price for their loyalty to Trump, even if it hands Democrats complete control of the federal government.
“They are the only … human beings who had the authority and the ability to keep this president in check constitutionally and politically, and every one of them made a conscious decision to not do so,” said Jennifer Horn, a former New Hampshire GOP chairwoman who now advises the Lincoln Project. “The only way to make sure that Trumpism doesn’t continue to rule the Republican Party for years to come is to make sure that we defeat not only the president, but those people who have enabled him.”
Republicans currently hold a slim 53-47 majority in the Senate, the body that confirms judicial nominees to the federal bench and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Trump haters are so focused on retaliation that they are willing to set the nation on its ear past the foreseeable future by tipping the senate and the courts leftward after President Trump’s unparalleled successes.
* Center for Responsive Politics