Republican Traitors On Parade

I watched a video of Russian Protestors in Moscow being brutally arrested. I am a ROLE MODEL for these young men. This slime-bucket Traitor I hope is not a role model – for anyone! Did her parents fight in a war, or, march for peace? Why does being elected a Republican allow some deranged people to give god-like judgement of fellow Americans – and a sitting President?

I will be launching an investigation into Stefanik’s involvement of having the U.S. Embassy moved to Jerusalem. Is she a Jew? Does she have duo-citizenship? Is she loyal to Israel before the U.S.? Is this Jew saying the suffering of the people of Ukraine is going to be good for Israel? Did Trump flush messages from Israel – down the toilet? You would think King David Trump would want to SAVE all messages that proclaim him the Messiah of the Jewish people – and stash them at his home. Does this Jew believe the Democrats stole the election, or, is she the author of THE BIG LIE? Did she have help from Israeli Scribes?

“From 2006 – 2009, Congresswoman Stefanik served in the West Wing of the White House on President George W. Bush’s Domestic Policy Council Staff “

Did Jewish Scribes invent the Yellowcake Lie?

John Presco

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel%E2%80%93Russia_relations

https://stefanik.house.gov/2021/5/stefanik-leads-gop-colleagues-in-standing-with-israel

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Policy_Initiative

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niger_uranium_forgeries

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_policy_of_the_George_W._Bush_administration

What Trump did — and continues to do — to the Republican Party is defining downward the idea of acceptable rhetoric. Stefanik has made political hay out of her willingness to support Trump at every turn. She was elevated into House GOP leadership after Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was removed from her post as conference chair for criticizing Trump’s actions around the January 6, 2021, insurrection.

Stefanik releases a statement like this one because she knows the MAGA wing of the Republican Party (and Trump himself) will likely eat it up. She appears either unaware or unconcerned about what sort of message it sends the country and the world when you refer to the American president as “unfit” in a time of war.

“From 2006 – 2009, Congresswoman Stefanik served in the West Wing of the White House on President George W. Bush’s Domestic Policy Council Staff and in the Office of the Chief of Staff, where she assisted in overseeing the policy development process on all economic and domestic policy issues. Congresswoman Stefanik served as the Director of Vice-Presidential Debate Prep to Paul Ryan, and as the Director of Communications for the Foreign Policy Initiative. 

Elise Stefanik is the third-ranking Republican in the House for one main reason: Her unstinting loyalty to Donald Trump. And she hasn’t forgotten that fact.

While many of her GOP colleagues were heavily ridiculing Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday for his invasion of Ukraine, Stefanik took a different tack, focusing her criticism on President Joe Biden and laying Russian aggression at his feet.

“After just one year of a weak, feckless, and unfit President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief, the world is less safe. Rather than peace through strength, we are witnessing Joe Biden’s foreign policy of war through weakness. For the past year, our adversaries around the world have been assessing and measuring Joe Biden’s leadership on the world stage, and he has abysmally failed on every metric. From kinetic and deadly attacks on our allies and partners, to the catastrophic withdrawal and surrender in Afghanistan, to the cyber attacks impeding American industry and infrastructure, to today’s Russian invasion of Ukraine, Joe Biden and his Administration have failed America and the world.”

While Stefanik went on to call Putin a “war criminal” and a “deranged thug,” the bulk of her statement was dedicated to excoriating Biden.

A decade ago, the notion of calling a president of the United States “unfit” in the wake of the most serious invasion in Europe since World War II would have been unthinkable for members of either party.

But Trump’s four years in office have changed all calculations of how politics can and should be conducted — even in a moment of war.

Trump himself went on Fox late Wednesday night to offer up his own armchair quarterbacking — and blame-assigning — of the situation. “Well, this is something that should have never happened,” he said. “This would not have happened during my administration. It wouldn’t have taken place and it wouldn’t have taken place right now.”

When told that Biden was “monitoring” the situation at the White House, Trump retorted: “I don’t think he is monitoring. I think he is sleeping,” before again adding that “this is a terrible thing that never should have happened.”

What Trump did — and continues to do — to the Republican Party is defining downward the idea of acceptable rhetoric. Stefanik has made political hay out of her willingness to support Trump at every turn. She was elevated into House GOP leadership after Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was removed from her post as conference chair for criticizing Trump’s actions around the January 6, 2021, insurrection.

Stefanik releases a statement like this one because she knows the MAGA wing of the Republican Party (and Trump himself) will likely eat it up. She appears either unaware or unconcerned about what sort of message it sends the country and the world when you refer to the American president as “unfit” in a time of war.

Congresswoman Elise Stefanik proudly represents New York’s 21st District in the House of Representatives in her fourth term in office.

In May 2021, Congresswoman Stefanik was elected by her colleagues to serve in House Leadership as Chair of the House Republican Conference.

The Center for Effective Lawmaking ranked her in the top 10 most effective Republican members, and the #1 most effective for commerce policy impacting small businesses and workers.

She is a member of the House Armed Services Committee, the Committee on Education and Labor, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. On the Armed Services Committee, Congresswoman Stefanik serves on the new Subcommittee on Cyber, Innovative Technologies, and Information Systems, and as a member of the subcommittee on Strategic Forces. On the Committee on Education and Labor, she serves on the Higher Education and Workforce Investment, and Workforce Protections Subcommittees.

Congresswoman Stefanik was born and raised in Upstate New York. Prior to serving in Congress, she worked at her family’s small business. Her upbringing taught her the hard work and perseverance necessary to build, operate and grow small businesses in the North Country. Congresswoman Stefanik graduated with Honors from Harvard University, as the first member of her immediate family to receive a college degree. 

From 2006 – 2009, Congresswoman Stefanik served in the West Wing of the White House on President George W. Bush’s Domestic Policy Council Staff and in the Office of the Chief of Staff, where she assisted in overseeing the policy development process on all economic and domestic policy issues. Congresswoman Stefanik served as the Director of Vice-Presidential Debate Prep to Paul Ryan, and as the Director of Communications for the Foreign Policy Initiative. 

Elise’s family has owned a home on Lake Champlain in Essex County for over 30 years. Elise lives in Schuylerville with her husband Matt and their newborn son Sam.

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