Friday, April 24, 2015

Ten RINO Senators Who Voted To Confirm Loretta Lynch As First Anti-Constitution Attorney General

Via Joe

Ten of the more infamously liberal Republicans helped Loretta Lynch make history as the first self-avowed supporter of criminal conduct against the United States Constitution to be installed as the United States Attorney General.

The ten who joined with Democrats in the charade which placed a cloak of legitimacy around an anti-American agitator are largely well-known RINOs and for those who were still in the closet, today was their coming-out.

Leading yet another surrender to Democrats was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). He was joined by Kelly Ayotte (NH), Orrin Hatch (UT), Lindsey Graham (SC), Susan Collins (ME), Jeff Flake (AZ), Mark Kirk (IL), Rob Portman (OH) Thad Cochran (MS), and Ron Johnson (WI).


  1. Confirms what Ann Barnhardt has repetedly stated; the rule of Law and the Constitution is dead. The Republic is dead.
    So what was the point of having Holder step down if there is no difference between him and his replacement.
    And what is the point of voting a politician who has the letter R after his name? One would be better off voting for a Democrat, and knowing what to expect, than to vote for the R guy, who will in turn act like the D guy

  2. Ron Johnson was, was doing alright before. Somebody got to him. I voted for him when I lived in Wi. Can't trust none of the bastards.

  3. I think ten visits should be made to express the outrage patriots feel.
    At least our two voted no. -55six

    1. At least our two voted no.

      The only redeeming factor.

  4. I emailed O'Conner and called him a traitor. I will never vote for a Republican again. The fix is in, folks. It is our fault, though.......years back we would have stormed the capitol by the thousands, millions even. Now everybody is too busy watching TV or texting or just too stupid to care.

    1. I emailed O'Conner and called him a traitor.

      Good man.

  5. I heart Ann Barnhardt. I stood at the polls in the snow and freezing rain for years handing out R literature. I also walked the streets handing out at front doors. No more, ever again. I voted R from Ike to W. I only brag about standing in a muddy schoolyard line in '92 to vote for Ross Perot. I'd vote for him now.

    1. '92 to vote for Ross Perot. I'd vote for him now.

      Me to. I guess the PTB made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

  6. This is all an inside job to transform American and all other white countries into the
    planet of the apes. What else could it be. History has disclosed the merits of these
    people. Commentary from VDARE: Editor Peter Brimelow writes:

    The news on Wednesday was very bad. With the confirmation of Attorney General Loretta Lynch, despite her explicit support for President Obama’s Executive Amnesty, the last chance of stopping this unconstitutional coup through congressional action has been lost.

    The disgrace of the GOP Congressional Leadership is now complete. Indeed, TEN Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), voted for Lynch—raising real doubts as to whether they ever really intended to oppose Obama at all.

    When the Central American “unaccompanied children” farce began last summer (it appears to be starting up again now), was among the first to argue Obama’s Border Dissolution Is Treason. The Answer Is Impeachment. It Would Work. (July 6, 2014).

    And impeachment did enjoy a few minutes of fame. But it was hurried aside amid assurances that there were other, more “moderate,” less “risky,” solutions.

    These are now utterly discredited and Obama has apparently escaped unscathed.

    Only one brave judge currently stands between America and Amnesty. And, given the politicization of the courts, who knows for how long?

    Of course, there are still solutions to the current mess. will, of course, continue to emphasize the efficacy and practicality of an immigration moratorium, the ending of birthright citizenship, attrition through enforcement, strategic deportation etc. etc.

    And it’s still entirely possible that these solutions could be adopted. That is the significance of the fact that, for the first time, a major Presidential contender—Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin—has just questioned the impact of out-of-control LEGAL immigration on Americans’ employment and incomes.

    But, as Editor of, I’m also going increasingly to focus on Plan B—how Americans can salvage enough from the wreck of their great Republic to protect themselves, their families and, ultimately, the historic American nation. A renewed defense of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Association will be just the beginning.
    Not just your children's future-but increasingly obviously-your own will depend on it.

  7. I emailed GOA a response to their article "Senate Leadership Stabs Gun Owners in the Back," regarding the lynch nomination.
    "The bad news is that we are still at less than a majority. The good news is that we are getting close."
    This quote from the article is what GOA considers to be the "silver lining" of the lynch confirmation.
    After reading that, I responded in kind with this: "You are truly worthless, deluded and retarded asshats, as you believe obtaining a majority of
    demublicans makes a difference.
    GOA = worthless diarrhetic shit."