Defund the destruction of our country!!! (multipart post)

Looonnng OVERDUE!!!

Thank God that we finally have a Speaker of the House who is for our country.

10/26/23: 30 Things to Know About Mike Johnson – See how this happened even though “Rep. Gaetz: McCarthy Camp Sabotaged Mike Johnson’s Speaker Vote To Protect DC Cartel.” Ultimately, ZERO VOTES for McCarthy!!! The Swamp is on notice!

10/26/23: How Mike Johnson Became Speaker ‘Through Prayer, Not Politics’

Good work list from Judicial Watch.

Original video. Judicial Watch continues to do the grueling work, trying to keep our leaders on the straight and narrow.

Let’s help JW by demanding that our “public servants” defund the “assaults on our Republic” (weaponized government). Call your members on Congress at 202-225-3121:

  1. The DOJ interfering with (rigging) the 2024 election and trying to jail President Trump illicitly.
  2. The censorship of American citizens.
  3. Abuse of our military.
  4. The Biden Border Invasion of our country (funded in cooperation with the UN/WEF). And, impeach him for this treasonous act (not fulfilling his inauguration vow to protect our country). His family’s criminal schemes should also contribute to his impeachment.
  5. Covering up the J6 truth by not releasing the tapes and emails.
  6. CoVid scandal.

Related documents:

  1. Judicial Watch Sues Secret Service for Audio/Visual Recordings Related to Death of Obama’s Chef
  2. Judicial Watch Sues for Records on FBI Payments Referenced in ‘Twitter Files’
  3. Grassley Reveals New Details Of FBI Efforts To Tamper With Far-Reaching Biden Family Investigations. Here is the letter read.

Rep. Gaetz: McCarthy Camp Sabotaged Mike Johnson’s Speaker Vote To Protect DC Cartel

Original video. This sounds like God at work to me.

Bannons War Room, 957K followers, 10/25/23

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EXCLUSIVE from Rep. Keith Self: ‘How Was Jordan, Founder of House Freedom Caucus and the Nation’s Second Most Popular Conservative, Blocked by the Republican Party?’

Original article.

By Guest Contributor, Oct. 24, 2023 2:40 pm, 565 Comments

Rep. Keith Self (R-TX) with Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH)

A Movement of Hope

Guest post by Representative Keith Self (R-TX 3rd District)

I have been reflecting on the defeat of Jim Jordan for Speaker of the House.  How was Jordan, the founder of the House Freedom Caucus, and the second most popular conservative in the nation blocked by the Republican party?

I can tell you.

He was a threat to the Swamp.  Yes, America lost to the swamp.  Again.  Hill reporters (who live and breathe on Washington speculation) quickly chalked up the defeat to differences and preferences within the Republican Conference.  However, those in the grassroots realize that Jordan’s defeat represents something far greater – something that has been building for a long time.

Jordan was a threat to “the system.”  Aka, the traditions, the hierarchy, and the old-guard beliefs engrained in Congress to protect the Washington elites who control money and power with no intention of relinquishing either.  To “the system,” known to many as the Establishment, Jordan represented the thousands of Americans who lit up Washington’s phonelines last week demanding real change – perhaps the most frightening possibility to the Establishment.

While admittedly it was dismaying to witness the Republican conference block Jordan from becoming Speaker of the House, I looked at the situation from a wider lens and things appeared quite different.  In fact, it was stunning to see just how far the conservative movement has come.

I can see how far it has come because I can still see myself standing at Preston Road in Plano, Texas, at one of the original Tea Party rallies in 2009.  It was during this movement that Americans across the nation headed to the street corners to wave flags, gathered at rallies, and lit up the phones across Washington, DC demanding the need for our leaders to shed us of taxation without representation.

That same spark I saw in the Tea Party has burst into the flame I witnessed at beginning of the 118th Congress (my first term).

In January, a flare was sent up by a group I was part of.  You may know them as “The Twenty.”  A new era of conservatism had landed on the beaches of Capitol Hill, and frankly I’m not sure Washington was ready for us.  We bandied together and succeeded in obtaining a strong Rules package with requirements like budget rules, single issue bills, and having 72-hours to review legislation – commonsense to us, inconvenient to Washington politicians.

This Rules package was the first step towards changing the trajectory of Washington – and by that I include the Establishment ways of thinking, tired strategies from the 90’s, and a strong aversion to out-of-the-box ideas.  Again, Washington wasn’t ready for us.

Since January, a fierce boldness has spread in the House Republican Conference. The Establishment is starting to realize it cannot count on all of us to kiss the ring and vote.  In May, 71 Republicans bucked House leadership and listened to the American people, voting against an unacceptable debt ceiling deal.  In September, 90 Republicans again left the ranks and voted against the 45-day clean government funding bill.  Bottom line, the two major bills that made it from the House to the Senate and ultimately were signed into law by Joe Biden, required Republicans to get Democrat votes.

This is not the PR the ruling class wants.

Because of the conservative movement, that I believe is rising across America, more leaders are emboldened to ask the tough question – even of our own party.  What have Republicans accomplished this year?

By asking the tough questions and bringing forward real debate, the Establishment is no longer able to operate in the shadows.  Lines are emerging, and it’s becoming crystal clear to the American people who is working for them and who is out for themselves.

No one can promise that setbacks will not happen. Those who have long held power WILL fight back.  But I and the small band of Republican conservatives remaining in the House will continue our efforts to move our nation forward.

I believe we are witnessing the emergence of a profound movement that crosses political lines.

Rejoice in that hope! And fight on.

Congressman Keith Self is currently serving his first term in Congress as the Representative of the 3rd District of Texas. After graduation from High School in Amarillo, he accepted an appointment to The United States Military Academy at West Point, where he began a 25-year career of service to our country.

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BREAKING: Rep. Mike Johnson Wins Latest Secret Ballot – Is the New GOP Speaker-Designate

Original article.

By Jim Hᴏft, Oct. 24, 2023 9:09 pm, 1167 Comments

Representative Mike Johnson (R-LA 4th District), vice chair of the House GOP conference, has been named the GOP Speaker-Designate.

The announcement came after a closed-door meeting among House Republicans, where Johnson emerged as the consensus candidate.

The race for the House Speaker position within the Republican Party took an unexpected turn on Tuesday when Tom Emmer (MN) abruptly withdrew his candidacy. The move came just hours after former President Donald Trump blasted Emmer in a scathing post on Truth Social, his social media platform. Emmer’s withdrawal has opened the floodgates for a new batch of GOP lawmakers who have thrown their hats into the ring.

Emmer’s withdrawal has led to a surge of new candidates vying for the Speaker’s chair. The officially announced candidates to the House Republican Conference were:

  • Byron Donalds (FL)
  • Chuck Fleischmann (TN)
  • Mark Green (TN)
  • Mike Johnson (LA)
  • Roger Williams (TX)

During the second round of secret ballot voting, the list of candidates was narrowed down to:

  • Byron Donalds (FL)
  • Mark Green (TN)
  • Mike Johnson (LA)
  • Roger Williams (TX)

In the third round of voting, only two candidates remained on the ballot:

  • Byron Donalds (FL)
  • Mike Johnson (LA)

During the final round, Johnson reportedly received 128 votes, with Rep. Byron Donalds getting 29. He is now the fourth Speaker Designate for the House.

During the roll call validation vote, nearly all GOP members signaled their willingness to back Johnson for Speaker on the House floor, with only three members opting to vote “present.” Additionally, 22 members were absent from the vote. Johnson expressed his intent to engage with both the members who voted “present” and those who were absent, stating, “I’ll be in discussions with them tonight,” according to CNN.

Who is Rep. Mike Johnson?

According to Social Media Strategist Joey Mannarino, Mike Johnson boasts a Liberty Score of 74%. A representative from Louisiana, Johnson has been a member of Congress since 2017 and has a generally strong voting record.

He played a key role in initiating the Texas Amicus Brief in 2020 and voted against the certification of the 2020 election results, which he viewed as fraudulent. Johnson has been selective in supporting funding for Ukraine, only voting in favor of the initial funding bill.

A strong advocate for national security, Johnson backed Trump’s travel ban on countries considered to be hotbeds of terrorism. He also served on Trump’s legal defense team during both the 2019 and 2020 Senate impeachment trials.

On the social front, Johnson is decidedly conservative. In 2022, he introduced the Stop the Sexualization of Children Act, aimed at preventing federally funded institutions from promoting the sexualization and transgenderization of children.

Additionally, Johnson is a personal friend with Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

Here’s a video where Rep. Johnson stands up for President Trump, countering the Democrats’ unfounded impeachment charges.

Here’s another video of Rep. Johnson in a hearing with DHS Secretary Mayorkas. Rep. Johnson grilled Mayorkas on the topic of government censorship and the Missouri v. Biden case, in which The Gateway Pundit is a plaintiff.

Here’s another video of Rep. Johnson calling the sham January 6 hearing “third impeachment of Donald Trump.”

This story has been updated with additional information.

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