“Sabotaging the country for personal reasons”

On December 20, 2022, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene accused the Never Kevins of being SABATAURS. I agree! We are – AT WAR WITH RUSSIA! No Congressman can get a Top Secret clearance until a Speaker is chosen, and the new Congress, ratified.

She added: “Sabotaging the country for personal reasons is not brave or righteous, it’s selfish and foolish.”

Since the 2020 elections, when President Biden won, and Democrats took control of the House and Senate, SABATAURS have been all over our Government – claiming it as their own. Over three hundred ELECTION DENIERS ran for office in the last election. How many of them WANTED the Insurectionists to REPLACE the Democrats WHO WON – with Republicans? How many Never Kevins would like to see TWENTY Republican Senators REPLACE twenty Democrat Senators – this very day? How many Congressional Republicans would join Democrat Congressman, in passing a ruling that would….SIT THE TWENTY DOWN – and NOT allow them TO VOTE AGAIN for a Speaker?

They – SHOT THEIR WAD! Deny the Deniers who want to replace reality with science fiction? Scott Perry believes China rigged our thermostats – and altered our votes. How can Donalds feel proud about being nominated by a mentally ill person? How can Greene, the Queen of the Election Deniers, be taken seriously about – anything! Our enemies see a hundred openings! We are looking at Nuclear War!

How many Never Kevins, and Elections Deniers, revel in the fact they are making history? I am kin to the co-founder of the Republican Party,John Fremont, and I am going to throw my hat in the ring. I was a write-in candidate in the last election. Above is my official photo.

Down with the Mutineers! Every Election Hog – has their day!

John Presco ‘Republican Candidate For President’

“I stand by my statement that Italian Satellites controlled by our own CIA with the help of the Italian government switched millions of votes from President Trump to Joe Biden. There was even proof of this on the Internet which has since ‘mysteriously’ disappeared. There were also credible reports on the Internet that Chinese thermostats in American homes switched votes as well which also disappeared.”



Indeed, more than 300 Republican candidates for state and national office have been identified by CBS News as “election deniers” for having stated their refusal to accept the results of the 2020 presidential election as legitimate.

Scott Perry

Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa., speaks at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023, on the opening day of the 118th Congress, as Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., right, listens. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)AP

Marjorie Taylor Greene Lashes Out at ‘Never Kevin’ Caucus

December 20, 2022 at 4:16 pm EST By Taegan Goddard 207 Comments

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) dropped a 25-tweet thread in support of Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s (R-CA) to become House speaker while lashing out at her “friends” in the House GOP conference.

Said Greene: “It’s time for my friends in the Never Kevin Caucus to stop lying to the base just because they don’t like Kevin McCarthy. They do not have a plan and there is no consensus candidate.”

She added: “Sabotaging the country for personal reasons is not brave or righteous, it’s selfish and foolish.”

Rep. Jim Jordan (D-OH) nominates House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for Speaker of the House of the 118th Congress during a speech in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol Building on January 03, 2023 in Washington, DC.
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Rep. Jim Jordan (D-OH) nominates House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for Speaker of the House of the 118th Congress during a speech in the House Chamber of the U.S. Capitol Building on January 03, 2023 in Washington, DC.


PUBLISHED: January 3, 2023 at 5:03 p.m. | UPDATED: January 3, 2023 at 5:07 p.m.

By Annie Grayer, Clare Foran, Kristin Wilson, Jessica Dean and Sonnet Swire | CNN

Republican leader Kevin McCarthy suffered a third rebuke for speaker before the House adjourned Tuesday evening.

Twenty Republicans voted against him — an increase from the 19 defections in the first two rounds of balloting. McCarthy, who needed 218 votes, had failed to secure the speaker’s gavel by the third round, earning 202 votes in the final tally.

Leaving the floor Tuesday, Jordan told CNN there is “no” chance he will become speaker, adding he wants to be House Judiciary chairman. He said he would lobby his colleagues to back McCarthy once the chamber resumes Wednesday.

Here are the lawmakers who voted against McCarthy on the third ballot:

  1. Rep. Andy Biggs
  2. Rep. Dan Bishop
  3. Rep. Lauren Boebert
  4. Rep. Josh Brecheen
  5. Rep. Michael Cloud
  6. Rep. Andrew Clyde
  7. Rep. Eli Crane
  8. Rep. Matt Gaetz
  9. Rep. Bob Good
  10. Rep. Paul Gosar
  11. Rep. Andy Harris
  12. Rep. Anna Paulina Luna
  13. Rep. Mary Miller
  14. Rep. Ralph Norman
  15. Rep. Andy Ogles
  16. Rep. Scott Perry
  17. Rep. Matt Rosendale
  18. Rep. Chip Roy
  19. Rep. Keith Self
  20. Rep. Byron Donalds

Traditional Radical Republicans

Posted on May 4, 2019 by Royal Rosamond Press

Donald Trump has taken the Republican Party into the Twilight Zone. We the People are guessing what reality is, and are afraid of what our President will do next. Come back to Reality! Come back to your roots! I am running for President as Radical Republican who fought Jim Crow in the defeated South, and helped elect former slaves to office.


Joseph Biden, the Vice President who served our Nation’s first Black President, said that Jim Crow is coming back. For this reason I encourage White and Black voters in the Southern Red States -whose votes do no good in the Presidential contest – to vote for me  so we can create a viable faction in the Abolition party founded to fight slavery. We want a voice at the Republican Conventions! We want to fight Jim Crow from within the party that has been taken over by Neo-Confederates – Trump refuses to condemn! That megalomaniac is destroying traditional values – that made America Great!

John G. Presco

Presidential Candidate for the Traditional Radical Republicans.



In criticizing Republican efforts to adopt more stringent voting rules, including identification requirements and curtailing early voting hours, Biden recalled the racial segregation laws of the past.

“You’ve got Jim Crow sneaking back in,” he said, referring to the era before the civil rights movement. “You know what happens when you have an equal right to vote? They lose.”

Fremont’s Radical Republicans

Posted on July 14, 2013 by Royal Rosamond Press

Kettle Creek Battlefield Marker

The Rosamond family fought alongside the radical ‘Swamp Fox’ Francis Marion, in our Revolutionary War. John Fremont tops the list of Radical Republicans who did not take to Lincoln, and was the real force behind freeing slaves in the Land of the Free. Senator Thomas Hart Benton freed the Oregon Territory from British Rule. The settlers Benton encouraged to go West, carried with them the history of Francis Marion who drove the British out of the Northwest. There is a county named after Benton.

With the marriage of Christine Rosamond Presco, to Garth Benton, there are genealogical ties to Oregon’s core history. Add to this the woolen mill in Salem, then one beholds the birth of the Free Enterprise System in the West where Fremont and the Radical Republicans prepared a way for Free Blacks.
When you add the fact Anthony Hodges located, and did a genealogy of my ancestors in the South who fought for the Confederacy, then one beholds the core radical revolution and cultural battle that rages in our Democracy.

Above is a Kettle Creek monument showing that Samuel Roseman was an officer.

Jon Presco





That he again volunteered under Col. Pickens Capt. Jones commanding the company with Lieut. Roseman that they set out after a set of Tories under a Col. Boyd, that they crossed.
Bobbie G. Moss lists this man as Samuel Rosamond in his SC Roster.
Dear John,

Below is a link to a digitized copy of the Francis Marion book we discussed this afternoon:


Link to citation of the Weems-Hory book dated 1835: http://www.worldcat.org/title/life-of-gen-francis-marion-a-celebrated-partisan-officer-in-the-revolutionary-war-against-the-british-and-tories-in-south-carolina-and-georgia/oclc/733089371&referer=brief_results

Link to citation in Library of congress of an 1818 edition: http://catalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?v1=5&ti=1,5&Search_Arg=The%20life%20of%20general%20francis%20marion&Search_Code=GKEY^*&CNT=100&type=quick&PID=YotPmg4G1ZidcNU37hXg3Ycmt5U7&SEQ=20130709162136&SID=1


Kylie Pine

Collections Manager

Radical Republican

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Radical Republicans (disambiguation).

The Radical Republicans were a faction of American politicians within the Republican Party from about 1854 (before the American Civil War) until the end of Reconstruction in 1877. They called themselves “radicals” and were opposed during the war by moderates and conservative factions led by Abraham Lincoln and after the war by “conservatives” (in the South) and “liberals” (in the North). Radicals strongly opposed slavery during the war and after the war distrusted ex-Confederates, demanding harsh policies for the former rebels, and emphasizing civil rights and voting rights for freedmen (recently-freed slaves).[1]

During the war, Radical Republicans often opposed Lincoln in terms of selection of generals (especially his choice of Democrat George B. McClellan for top command) and his efforts to bring states back into the Union. The Radicals passed their own reconstruction plan through Congress in 1864, but Lincoln vetoed it and was putting his own policies in effect when he was assassinated in 1865.[2] Radicals pushed for the uncompensated abolition of slavery, while Lincoln wanted to pay slave owners who were loyal to the union. After the war, the Radicals demanded civil rights for freedmen, such as measures ensuring suffrage. They initiated the Reconstruction Acts, and limited political and voting rights for ex-Confederates. They bitterly fought President Andrew Johnson; they weakened his powers and attempted to remove him from office through impeachment, however they were one vote short. The Radicals were vigorously opposed by the Democratic Party and often by moderate and Liberal Republicans as well.[3]

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