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One of the biggest and most perilous challenges the right faces isn’t the communist left. Rather, it lies within our own ranks — the treacherous RINOs. These traitors are the greatest obstacle in the war against the left. They are either inherently weak and cowardly, suffer from an extreme case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, or are globalists at heart. It could even be a combination of all three. The point is this — if we don’t get rid of these disloyal RINOs, we will never win. They stand as human barricades obstructing our path to victory.

And on that note, we have four GOP senators who just showed their true colors. Jealous and fearful of Trump’s popularity and power, the quartet of  traitors are attacking Trump’s triumphant CNN town hall and his America First agenda.

One of the worst offenders is a warmonger senator out of Indiana who you’ve probably never heard of named Todd Young. Mr. Young rode Trump’s 2016 coattails to a stunning upset victory and is now refusing to support him or his world peace/working-class agenda in 2024.

Young, who blames President Trump for January 6th even though he voted to acquit him during the second sham impeachment trial, took issue with Trump’s comments on the Ukraine war during the CNN town hall. Trump stated that he wants the war to end. Trump said he thinks that Russian President Vladimir Putin “made a mistake” by invading Ukraine, but he stopped short of calling Putin a war criminal. It’s fair to note that President Trump didn’t call George Bush a war criminal, either.

Suddenly Young, who rode the first and second Trump wave to victory, now claims he will support “anybody” but Trump. Based on that comment, it sounds as if Senator Young will be voting for Joe Biden. How will the good people of Indiana feel about that?


Sen. Todd Young of Indiana told CNN’s Manu Raju that he thinks “President Trump’s judgment is wrong in this case” when asked about the comments on the war and Putin.

Young added that “of course it does” worry him. “That’s why I don’t intend to support him for the Republican nomination.”

Asked why he won’t support Trump, Young said: “Where do I begin?”

Later, Young told CNN, “I’ll be supporting about anybody but him.”

Establishment flunky John Cornyn from Texas is another senate traitor who showed his true colors. He claims President Trump “can’t reach beyond his base,” for support, completely ignoring the fact that Trump earned a staggering 12+ million more votes in 2020 than he did in 2016 and recent mainstream media polling shows that Trump is actually beating Biden.

John Cornyn, a member of Senate Republican leadership, told CNN after the town hall that Trump’s inability to appeal to voters outside of his base is “a problem.”

“I don’t think he showed anything differently than he’s shown people before,” said Cornyn. “He’s got a unique ability to rally his base, but not to grow beyond his base, which is a problem.”

And in one of the most shocking displays of disloyalty Senator Josh Hawley, who says and does a lot of good things, is caving to the woke left on the hotbed issue of January 6th.

As you may remember, Hawley faced intense pressure from the left-wing mob due to his defense of voters on January 6th. The overwhelming pressure took its toll on him, and he has not been able to regain the same level of tenacity and resilience as he once had.

Sen. Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican, told Raju that Putin is “probably” a war criminal when asked about Trump’s town hall comments.

The former president also said he would pardon “a large portion” of the rioters at the US Capitol on January 6. “I am inclined to pardon many of them,” Trump said Wednesday night.

Asked about Trump’s comments about pardoning January 6 rioters, Hawley said, “If you’re asking me do I think we should pardon people who engaged in rioting behavior? No.”

North Carolina Senator Thom Tills took it a step farther, basically suggesting than even non-violent Americans who were invited into the Capitol by police who held the door open and even offered “guided tours” deserve no sympathy.

Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina told Raju that, “anybody who crossed into the Capitol (on January 6) under the circumstances that I witnessed first hand, it’s hard for me to have a positive predisposition towards them.”

That comment should be the final nail in Mr. Tillis’s political coffin.

During the CNN town hall, Trump mentioned that Republicans should oppose increasing the debt limit unless the White House agrees to reduce spending. President Trump hinted that if significant cuts aren’t made, it might lead to a situation where the government is unable to meet its financial obligations, resulting in a default.

Hawley also took issue with Trump’s stance on the debt limit.

“I say to the Republicans out there – congressmen, senators – if they don’t give you massive cuts, you’re going to have to do a default,” Trump said, adding, “I don’t believe they’re going to do a default because I think the Democrats will absolutely cave.”

When asked to clarify whether the US should default if the White House doesn’t agree to cuts, Trump said, “We might as well do it now than do it later.”

Asked about the suggestion that maybe the nation should default, Hawley said, “That’s not going to happen.”

If we seriously want to save our country and protect it from internal destruction, we must replace every GOP politician who fails to wholeheartedly support the America First movement with individuals who do. This is the sole path towards progress and saving our nation from imminent ruin. movement with somebody who does. This is the only path towards saving our nation imminent collapse.