Mitch McConnell: Senate Will Vote To Block Trump’s National Emergency

The GOP was never going to build Trump’s wall:

Congress will send President Trump a resolution revoking his national emergency declaration, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell predicted Monday, although Congress won’t have the votes to override Trump’s veto.

McConnell, R-Ky., said during a press conference in Louisville on Monday that the House-passed resolution has enough GOP support to clear the Senate and end up on Trump’s desk.

“What’s clear in the Senate is there will be enough votes to pass the resolution of disapproval,” McConnell said.

At least four GOP lawmakers plan to vote for the resolution, which would provide the simple majority needed to pass it. …”

The Republican-controlled Supreme Court won’t sustain Trump’s national emergency either.

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  1. Open voter betrayal is GOP policy. The pols are there to serve the corporate/globalist interests that feed their hunger for money and power.

  2. President Trump has done his best to Drain The Swamp. Trump may have lost this battle, but the MAGA movement continues.

    There will be another. Trump essentially took the political football Pat Buchanan fumbled in 1996 & 2000 and ran it in for a touch-down. There will be others to come along and rightfully claim the title of God Emperor: Kris Kobach? Sherriff Arapaio? Tom Tancredo, a revitalized Steve King?

  3. When the Indians slaughtered Whites in Quaker territory, the Quakers refused to send soldiers to help the Whites. If you stole from a peacenik jellyback Quaker, they would do nothing to stop you. Midlands is only fit for conquering.

    Mitch McConnell is from Midlands territory isn’t he? What a coincidence.

  4. The RETARDicans have grown schizophrenic on domestic issues, all the while marching in lockstep with the zoo-con foreign policy.

  5. trump will veto, finally.

    listening to democrats will fix things, though. hunter said so. and he’s really smart on politics.

    oh wait, no. down goes another. andrew yang is out. wonder how many anti-white, anti-american, pure nonsense things hunter’s pet democrats have said in the last month or two.

    a few democrats said the sky was blue once though, so we should listen to them and give them an honest shake. they only want to help people like hunter and his family in the south. they’ll certainly stay true to their word once in office. there’s no chance they’ll immediately turn 100% hostile to hunter wallace and his family, and throw out any useful, helpful thing they lied about during campaign mode.

    politicians never lie during campaign mode. especially democrats.

  6. “President Trump has done his best to Drain The Swamp.”

    the main issue is that trump knows less about politics, so he starts to listen to whoever is around him the most. and unfortunately, there are TONS of grifters everywhere in the GOP ranks. as well as obvious enemies and nevertrumpers. they’ve mostly chased out the america first people from the administration. so they’ve mostly won, for now. to the great misfortune of all the patriots posting here and real americans everywhere.

    it’s one thing to try to ID all the hidden traitors, but when the grifters show up and whisper in your ear for years, as they clearly have to trump, about raising legal immigration “because there are more jobs now” and increasing visas, then, yeah, it’s nearly impossible to win on this stuff. they get their points in, and block any counterpoints from outside, america first thinkers.

    at least trump has deep sixed lots of traitors. but, unfortunately, there are plenty left. and there are just so many grifters as well, as CPAC shows. fake conservatives out for the dollars.

    it’s possible to make headway, if you’re in office for 8 years. at this rate though, still looking one term. we’ll see what he can do after he vetoes. no reason to give up until we see what he does on this. that’s the only political hope.

  7. Trump knows he is losing his base and without the ground swell of voter turnout he received in 2016 he will not be reelected…which is why he is pandering to the gop establishment and democrats. Criminal justice reform, increasing h*b visas, Gay shit, etc… What he doesn’t know is they will never vote for him in 2020 no matter what he does for them. We will get a democrat pushing crazy leftist social issues and the war will begin. I hope.
    The best scenario would’ve been impeachment, but we have run out of time for that.
    Impeachment may of gave us our own yellow vests and a great cover for the purge.

  8. How is Orange Man going to blame the Democrats for this one? It doesn’t matter. His supporters already think the wall is being built.

  9. President Trump fails to take effective actions on the most critical issues.
    Example: He goes nowhere near any of these US Criminal Codes. Half of congress would disappear, most of the Marxist media, academia, and their sycophant activists.

    18 U.S. Code Chapter 115 – Treason, Sedition and Subversion
    § 2381. Treason
    § 2382. Misprision of treason
    § 2383. Rebellion or insurrection
    § 2384. Seditious conspiracy
    § 2385. Advocating overthrow of Government
    § 2386. Registration of certain organizations
    § 2387. Activities affecting armed forces generally
    § 2388. Activities affecting armed forces during war

    Look them up. Know them. Know that we have Laws!
    Know who is not enforcing them.
    They are the frontline enemy.

  10. I have never understood how anyone in even the GOP establishment thinks this old geezer McConnell is a good look for the Republican Party. He must be regularly supplied with male escorts to be such a craven “leader.”

  11. Well, this is the first time in a long while Rand Paul has dared show his Libertarian true believer immigration treasons.

    We/I take personal credit for making Rand Paul shut up about welcoming the entire world to the US provide (unlimited numbers) the migrants immigrants want to take a job, any job (convenience store selling lottery tickets, porn, Red Bull in the ghetto).

    Rand Paul so much wants to be back in the limelight, back on TV as a Jack Kemp style person working 24/7 to help misunderstood and disadvantaged Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims 3rd world people of color. He’s now the highest elected official in the Libertarian Cult, his donors want the cult back in discussion in all the important places – Ivy League Schools, New York Times, Comedy Central, Hollywood and especially in Conservative Inc. These Libertarians are really pissed that open identitarian, Alt Right places get to speak at places and nobody wants to listen to them.

  12. No, no no! A million times no! We cannot go back to politics as usual and think if we only elect this or that person they will succeed where Trump failed. If you think that you have not learned anything from the Trump experience. He is living proof that the system cannot be reformed from within! Not now, not ever! The situation is existential. Red states must assemble and call a constitutional convention. If that doesn’t work red states should secede and reform themselves into a Heartland Republic! Better to have this struggle now why we are in the majority than to have it decades from now.

    • The mere act of calling for a constitutional convention means that you are submitting to governmental authority. The same authority that has bent and shaped the holy constitution to suit its’ whims since the days of John Marshall. Not to mention Lincoln. IMHO, we should develop alternatives that make the gov’t as irrelevant as possible in our lives. Most people go along to get along, and fear being outside the norm. White nationalism, to be relevant outside our little internet outposts, has to overcome significant cultural obstacles. Most US citizens believe in civic nationalism, “magic dirt” theory, the “hard work always leads to success” myth, and the rest of that nonsense. To get to political acceptance, we need to be openly accepted culturally. We’re not even close, at this point.

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