I’ll bet President Trump is shaking in his boots after 100 RINOs threatened to start a new party to replace the Republican party unless they dump Trump. Let me see. One hundred RINOs versus 74 million Trump voters. I love those odds.
Do they really expect to be taken seriously? I imagine that is what Liz Cheney thought when she voted for impeachment and then went on to trash Trump and the Republican party.
The letter, titled “A Call For American Renewal,” was expected to be released Thursday. They are mostly officials from the wimpy George W Bush administration.
Bush was just marginally a Republican himself and now spends his days advocating for giving amnesty to 22 million illegal aliens. Gee, it worked for him so well when he was president. The voters showed that plan up where the sun doesn’t shine.
The group first made that threat back in February but could not find anyone to get behind their plan then just like no one will flock to them now. People love the Republican Party that President Trump built.
Trump’s Republican Party is bold and courageous and takes no guff from anyone. It’s what we have been waiting for for years. I doubt if anyone is willing to take three giant steps backward now.
Remember, these people voted for Joe Biden and everything this country is suffering from today came from this bunch of losers. President Trump did more good for this country in four years than the entire 100 RINOs have in their entire lives.
Enough is enough.
We’re going to announce a “resistance of the rationals” against the radicals in the GOP.
Next Thursday. Watch this space.
— Miles Taylor (@MilesTaylorUSA) May 8, 2021
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In 2018, Taylor wrote an anonymous opinion for The New York Times titled “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration,” and the Times said the author was a “senior official in the Trump administration.” Taylor remained anonymous under the title until he came forward in October 2020, and the Times subsequently received backlash for making Taylor seem higher up than he actually was.
Other former Republican officials that backed Taylor’s group included a number of former President George W. Bush appointees, such as former DHS Secretary Tom Ridge, former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, and former Bush Transportation Secretary Mary Peters among them, Reuters reported.
Former Republican House members such as Charlie Dent, Barbara Comstock, Reid Ribble and Mickey Edwards, are also backers of the group seeking to force the GOP to buck Trump, according to Reuters.