Like most conservative Americans, Donald Trump could not believe members of the Republican Party actually granted Joe Biden with even a semblance of a victory.
Haven’t they learned when you give them an inch they will take a mile?
Sleepy Joe, his Democrat operatives, and the Republicans who support an America Last policy voted late Friday to push Biden’s so-called infrastructure bill across the finish line. The bill is what Democrats hope is a first installment before the contentious “social infrastructure” vote, which has been in constant negotiations for months.
Former President Donald Trump chided the party RINOs who found it political advantageous – or even appropriate – to cast their vote in Biden’s favor knowing all too well any hint of a victory will create positive momentum toward a path of complete devastation both politically and economically.
RINOs should hang their head in shame.
You know Republicans have gone awry when even the far-left ‘Squad’ Democrats won’t give Biden a victory, but members of the opposition party will.
Former President Donald Trump berated House and Senate Republicans who voted for President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill in a hard-hitting statement that failed to mince words.
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America pic.twitter.com/TPoYmzUyII
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) November 7, 2021
Trump highlighted the harrowing truth about Biden’s so-called infrastructure bill, namely that only 11% of the $1.2 trillion bill goes toward “real infrastructure.”
He criticized the 19 Republican senators who helped Biden’s infrastructure bill pass the Senate in August and the 13 Republican representatives who helped push the bill across the finish line in the House late Friday.
- Roy Blunt, Missouri
- Richard Burr, North Carolina
- Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia
- Bill Cassidy, Louisiana
- Susan Collins, Maine
- Kevin Cramer, North Dakota
- Mike Crapo, Idaho
- Deb Fischer, Nebraska
- Lindsey Graham, South Carolina
- Chuck Grassley, Iowa
- John Hoeven, North Dakota
- Mitch McConnell, Kentucky
- Lisa Murkowski, Alaska
- Rob Portman, Ohio
- James Risch, Idaho
- Mitt Romney, Utah
- Dan Sullivan, Alaska
- Thom Tillis, North Carolina
- Roger Wicker, Mississippi
- Don Bacon of Nebraska
- Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania
- Andrew Garbarino of New York
- Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio
- John Katko of New York
- Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
- Nicole Malliotakis of New York
- Tom Reed of New York
- David McKinley of West Virginia
- Chris Smith of New Jersey
- Fred Upton of Michigan
- Jeff van Drew of New Jersey
- Don Young of Alaska
While some of the names listed above are expected, like Rep. Adam Kinzinger, one name sticks out as a betrayal — Nicole Malliotakis of New York, who Trump has heaped much praise in the past.
Also worth noting, leading RINO Liz Cheney did not vote to pass Biden’s infrastructure bill.
“They just don’t get it!” Trump wrote.
The former president warned that Biden and Democrats in Congress would only be empowered to push additional spending.
Trump said that Republicans voted for “Democrat longevity” and “should be ashamed of themselves.
He also criticized Sen. Mitch McConnell for caving on the debt limit, allowing Democrats time to plan their political future at “our Country’s, and the Republican Party’s, expense!”
It’s a concerning state of affairs when a party fighting to wrangle a globalist takeover of the U.S. economy away from a president who is in total cognitive decline refuses to play hardball, and instead grant him a political and legislative win.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth