Considering that we’re in the midst of the Judge Kavanaugh dumpster fire (a Jewess recently stepped forward to become the third accuser), it’s sort of comical in a dark way that one of the focal promises of the Trump Campaign is once again being tossed into the rubbish bin.
No big fanfare and scandal this time – it’s second or third stage at this point.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he will sign a spending bill to avert a looming government shutdown set to begin next week.
Speaking at the United Nations, Trump told reporters, “We’re going to keep the government open.”
Trump’s remarks came as the House was set to vote on a bill that funds the military and many civilian agencies for the next year and provides a short-term fix to keep the government open through Dec. 7.
The bill does not pay for Trump’s long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a fact Trump calls “ridiculous.”
House Speaker Paul Ryan said earlier Wednesday that he was confident Trump will sign the bill.
Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, said he and other GOP leaders have spoken to Trump in recent days about the importance of the $854 billion bill.
“l’m confident he will sign it,” Ryan told reporters. “This funds our military, this funds opioids, this does a lot of the things that we all want to accomplish together and we’ve had very good conversations with the president.”
Neither party wants a shutdown, but Trump has made clear his frustration at the lack of additional money for the border wall, a centerpiece of his 2016 campaign. Trump, who repeatedly promised during the campaign that Mexico would pay for the wall, said last week it is “ridiculous” that Congress has yet to fully fund the project.
“Where is the money for border security and the wall in this ridiculous spending bill?” Trump tweeted last week, adding that Republicans “must finally get tough” against Democrats he said are obstructing law enforcement and border security.
Donald Trump may not have started out his life as a Cuckservative, but in less than two years he has sure learned the art of being weak, spineless, and prone to fighting with an enemy that laughs at the concepts of fairness and integrity.
The Left sits there and mocks the President when he vows repeatedly to never sign another spending bill that does not fund his wall, and smirks when he calls for tough measures against the Left.
They mock the GOP when they see themselves censored by social media, but promise the likes of Jack Dorsey that they will never regulate, sanction, and/or nationalize tech companies.
And they collapse in laughter when they hear people claim that we need to “trust the plan” while everything continues to spiral into chaos – a chaos actually thought by many to be a good thing in the long term.