“On the Holmes Front with Frank Holmes”
When President Donald Trump called out a Democrat who supports “sanctuary cities,” the leading Republicans came riding to his rescue – the Democrat’s rescue, that is.
Republicans standing up for sanctuary cities is just the latest, craziest front in the RINO Establishment’s war against Donald Trump.
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It all started when Trump drew attention to the fact that Ralph Northam, the Democrat running for governor of Virginia, voted to flout federal immigration law. Trump tweeted:
Ralph Northam,who is running for Governor of Virginia,is fighting for the violent MS-13 killer gangs & sanctuary cities. Vote Ed Gillespie!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 6, 2017
Northam – who is Clinton crony Terry McAuliffe’s lieutenant governor – cast the tie-breaking vote against a Republican bill that would ban any town in Virginia from declaring itself a “sanctuary city.”
Illegal immigration is an explosive, life-or-death issue in the Old Dominion right now.
The Central American gang MS-13 took advantage of Obama’s amnesty programs by posing as “unaccompanied minors” and unleashed a brutal crime wave against the state – including recording the sickening murder of a 15-year-old Virginia girl. The Washington Post has documented many of their crimes in the state here, and here, and here, and here, and here.
Most people would think creating a state full of Kate Steinles is unforgiveable. But for the Republican Establishment types on the cocktail circuit, the crime is even mentioning illegal immigration.
So, when she saw the tweet, she knew what she had to do. The wife of Bill Kristol, the Never Trump editor of The Weekly Standard, donated $200 to Northam.
Records (which you can see here) show a $200 donation from “Susan S. Kristol” from the D.C. suburb of McLean.
Mrs. Kristol listed her “industry” as “non-wage earner.” That means she gave Bill Kristol’s money to the sanctuary city Democrat.
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And if you support Kristol’s magazine or website, The Weekly Standard, you have to wonder if you’re supporting Democrats like Northam, too.
But you don’t have to wonder. Bill Kristol all-but spelled out that he is willing to destroy the Republican Party in order to save it. He tweeted:
We will fight Bannon for control of the Republican Party. And if we lose the party, we will fight for the country.https://t.co/7UqQDCg8aZ
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) October 10, 2017
For years, Establishment Republicans have made a fortune as consultants, “experts,” spin doctors, and campaign gurus claiming to have the formula for victory: Compromise. Find “common ground.” Let the middle class take care of itself. The Constitution is dead. Long live the UN. The American heartland is the past. Immigrants are the future. White racism and transgender bathrooms are the biggest problems facing the world today. If you want to, wage a few more wars. Just keep greasing corporate palms with government contracts and sweetheart deals, and we’ll make sure you keep getting re-elected.
The Establishment has ridden this to a high-flying, jet-setting lifestyle. And now that they see it all slipping away, and they’re fighting for their way of life: The Deep State uber alles.
That’s why the RINOs have been on a tear lately, setting Washington on fire instead of letting the president do the job he was elected to do.
Ana Navarro, CNN’s “Republican” spokesperson, donated money and held a huge fundraiser for Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez, who’s facing trial for steering $105 million in phony government contracts to a buddy.
Sen. Bob Corker, an Establishment Republican from Tennessee, said that Trump – not Kim Jong-Un – is putting America “on the path to World War III.”
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“The White House (has) become an adult day care center,” he wrote.
No Democrat ever dared be this disrespectful to Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. But instead of telling Corker to put a cork in it, other RINOs had his back.
Rep. Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania said that “more of my colleagues should speak out” against Trump.
Dent’s RINO record is long and extensive. He opposed Trump’s refugee ban, voted against repealing Obamacare and voted to force states to fund Planned Parenthood.
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Now he promises to “be bold” in denouncing Trump – the first Republican presidential candidate to carry Dent’s state of Pennsylvania since 1988. Dent, meanwhile, is “retiring” instead of facing a more conservative Republican in a primary.
Trump is the only person caught up in their war. In the last week, Vice President Mike Pence has gotten caught in the crossfire.
When Pence walked out of a Colts football game because players took a knee during the national anthem, “GOP” strategist Steve Schmidt went ballistic.
He called Pence’s patriotic move “utterly appalling, wasteful, profligate, disgusting behavior.”
“He ought to be ashamed of himself,” the losing RINO pundit told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Schmidt is a former lobbyist who was part of Karl Rove’s inside circle. The RINO has run five losing races for every win, including John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign. (Schmidt thought McCain should be nice to Obama.)
Schmidt said that Pence only left the game because he wanted to “use the flag and the (national) anthem as a prop.” You mean, like the NFL players have been doing for weeks?
When Beltway Republicans aren’t bashing Trump or his administration, they’re dissing his voters.
The Washington Post’s pet “conservative,” Jennifer Rubin, has a long record of attacking President Trump, the GOP base, and Bill O’Reilly. This time, the conservative target in her sights was the National Rifle Association – and the second amendment.
Rubin went on MSNBC (notice a pattern here?) right after the Las Vegas shooting and called the NRA, and comments supporting the right to keep and bear arms, “offensive and unnecessary.”
The NRA’s defense of the Second Amendment is nothing more than “all kind of made-up mumbo jumbo. … They create all of these ridiculous verbal defenses.”
The Founding Fathers had some pretty ironclad written defenses of gun ownership, like “the right to keep and bear arms” and “shall not be infringed.”
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When voters turned to Donald Trump, they let Washington know that Americans in the heartland will defend the American flag, the Bill of Rights, and their way of life.
In their fight against the swamp, I’d put my money on the American people every time.
— Frank Holmes is a reporter for The Horn News. He is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”