The Republican Party has not truly represented Americans or been the champions of issues that matter to most people for a long time, as evidence by the Tea Party revolt and the election of President Donald J. Trump. Every so often, there is a strong Populist movement that pushes ahead, makes some progress on a solid foundation of legislation, and gets people elected. Still, then it putters out as the Tea Party did.
During those times of great activism by the ordinary people, also called the “Grassroots,” there is the great push of voluntary activism with newbies to politics. It is just then that the uphill climb to explain who the usurpers are, from within the Republican Party, who prey on the activist movement for the purpose of driving people to the left and killing the Populist gains off.
What they do is called “infiltration,” and it is a common tactic by the left. Saul Alinsky, the Grandfather of Community Organizing, explained the process very well, “True revolutionaries do not flaunt their radicalism. They cut their hair, put on suits and infiltrate the system from within.”
For years and years, anytime Republicans made gains, there were some weird consultant types who, together with the local GOP party powerful, would intentionally get into places of power and just destroy things for the Conservatives and grassroots.
For years and years, we, the grassroots, were told that by the power structure, we were crazy to see that or not trying hard enough to get more Conservatives to reflect our views. We were told we were the tiny minority and we just had to try harder to get representation. That is exactly what Karl Rove told us when he was forced to go on a bus tour of America to whip up support when the grassroots wanted to bail on George W. Bush for his second term.
The problem for the Usurpers is that this is a new era, and Trump is a totally different creature. However, he has not puttered out, and his movement has not puttered out. In fact, Trump’s movement has grown with no end in sight.
This new breed of Usurper is nothing but community organizers disguised as consultants, and they have almost gone crazy from losing the battles they were so confident they would win. A perfect example is this recent post from the Lincoln Project; notice they are going against what Alinsky told them to do. Notice they sound almost violent.
What they are really doing is quitting. They have outed themselves. They are actively giving up.
Our mission is clear: Destroy the Republican Party.
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 15, 2021
The Lincoln Project was floated for the first time by a group of Republican consultants at a Politico event at the 2016 Republican Party Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, the day after Donald Trump received the Party nomination. No matter what these Uspupers did, they could not stop Trump from getting that nomination.
I saw the whole thing.
I was also there after the nomination was a done deal. Jeff Row, the campaign manager for Ted Cruz, was licking his wounds about losing at that Politico event and said point black that no matter if Trump won, Republicans would form a new group to put pressure on the party to reflect the “values of Lincoln”. And I turned to the dude next to me, and I said- Did you see that- right there? Did you feel that? The Earth moved. Bookmark this moment because these Republican consultants do not understand what I know. And what I knew then and know now is that the majority of Americans would support Trump because he is like us- the Usurpers hate him as they hate us. It is that simple.
The Lincoln Project didn’t stop Trump. The Republican Party is Trump’s.
The Lincoln Project can’t stop the movement of people into the Republican Party, who defend Trump, who want to reflect an America first agenda all over the map, so now they want to destroy the party.
That’s ok. Let them pout. We got them exactly where we want them, on the outside. It is time for America to join the GOP, take it over, get our people elected, and change the left trajectory.
For me, that is the most welcomed post I have seen in a long time.
Bye, Lincoln Project, don’t let the door hit ya..
For further reading on how to get involved with the GOP process, as seen on the War Room Pandemic with Steve Bannon, and as discussed by Dan Schultz, this is the time for the Precinct Committee Project.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776