Why do I keep getting the feeling that I’ve been here before? For months before the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump assured us that we’d get a border wall if we elected him and America responded to that message in the most affirmative way we could. We elected him President!
Who could have predicted that Trump’s main adversaries wouldn’t be the Democrats who hate him so much, but the GOP establishment that supposedly supports Republicanism and pretends to be…well, maybe not conservative but at least moderate. However, that facade is also beginning to crumble as opposition to Trump’s agenda comes from the ones we wouldn’t expect, the GOP, Republicans in name only, leadership.
We’ve all suspected that Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan may have his own agenda, and the new government budget plan he’s presenting covers funding for just about everything except a border wall. In fact, includes language that restricts any and all funding for the wall. Wow! Talk about being stabbed in the back!
Watch Speaker Ryan tout his new budget plan without mentioning a border wall!
From Gateway Pundit:
Ryan defended his 1,665 pages long budget that includes an average of approximately 210 words per page — —or about twice as long as the stimulus law (the “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act”) that President Barack Obama signed less than a month after his inauguration in 2009.
Ryan and GOP leaders inserted language that specifically restricts any and all funding of the Trump border wall.
If there was ever a case for removing Ryan from his Speaker of the House position, this is it. He subtly tried to undermine Trump’s attempt at repealing Obamacare by offering Obamacare Lite as a substitute which was, thankfully, shot down by the conservative Freedom Caucus. Now, he and his RINO cronies in the Republican leadership are undermining the plan for a border wall!
Betrayal is a good word to describe what Paul Ryan has done to Trump and the American people and what do you call someone guilty of betrayal? A TRAITOR!
Source: Gateway Pundit