Republican congressmen blustered and postured with Attorney General Loretta Lynch during the recent hearing in which she repeatedly refused to discuss the facts of the Hillary Clinton email investigation. GOP blow-hards who have given Barack Obama everything he ever wanted from them, and more, are now putting on a token show of resistance for the benefit of their constituents.
Of course, they’re all hoping they’ll be re-elected, following one of the larger betrayals of electoral trust in our national history. Fed-up American voters sent the Republicans to D.C. with majorities in both houses of Congress with a mandate to stop the Obama agenda. Led by RINOs Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, The Repubs promptly rolled over and played dead, without even a hint of push-back. Now faced with an enraged electorate, they’re jumping up and down to make us believe they oppose Hillary Clinton”s candidacy. It’s all a show. They’re perfectly okay with Mrs. Clinton as President.
Here’s a news flash. Ms. Lynch doesn’t have to discuss the Clinton email case. It’s over and there will be no grand jury or indictment. That’s all, folks. End of story. All of this Republican showtime razzamatazz is just that. It’s a pathetic song and dance in front of the TV cameras.
And here’s the real Orwellian kicker – right in our faces. These establishment GOP deception artists are doing everything they can possibly do to torpedo their own front-runner for the Presidency – the one who happens to be the only candidate in the entire race who has said he’ll actually do something about our open-borders illegal immigration problem – and our jihad problem.
These same Repubs who are putting on the anti-Hillary show don’t want Donald Trump. They’d rather have Hillary Clinton. All of which makes this whole thing such a cheap sham. The GOP overwhelmingly voted to support and fund Mr. Obama’s policies – and they’re now talking like they oppose them.
Do one thing – say another thing.
So, what does the farcical hearing really tell you? It tells me that we have a one-party system now with two tightly interwoven branches. Except for this little display of faux outrage, one can reasonably conclude based upon the GOP voting records in support of Mr. Obama’s agenda, it is impossible to tell the difference between the Democrats and the GOP.
And what does that mean?