Via Phil at Bustednuckles, I came across this social media post that offers a theory why Congressman Kevin McCarthy was the only serious Republican nominee for Speaker of the House. I've cleaned up the language a little. I'm not saying I agree with the author, but he certainly gives one pause for thought. Click the image for a larger view.
This should help you see what is at the bottom of the barrel awaiting us.
This is how they continue with their diabolical plans unhindered.
All pre planned, scripted, sealed and delivered.
I gotta admit the Kabuki Theater was entertaining while it lasted but I could see what was coming.
They never once, in 15 votes, ever nominated anyone that even remotely had a shot at winning.
We have long wondered how they planned on getting rid of Kamala, still are as a matter of fact because it has to happen, but getting rid of the Kid Sniffer was always going to be a piece of cake.
When he is gone, any thoughts about Hunter, the laptop, the graft and the 10% for the Big Guy will fade off the screen like someone flipped a switch.
Never to be allowed to be brought up again.
Once Kamala is gone, McCarthy is installed and he will be the placeholder until they install President Newsome.
Go ahead and try to convince me otherwise.
As I said above, I'm not convinced that this interpretation of last week's events is correct. However, there's more than enough smoke to suggest that there's a fire somewhere. McCarthy is not a conservative by any means, and he's done nothing but politics all his life. He has no track record in business, as an entrepreneur, as an intellectual . . . you name it, it ain't there. He's just another political hack - a successful one, to be sure, but a hack nonetheless. That makes me distrust him right away. His main achievement has been to con his electorate and his party into making him wealthy and powerful on the back of other people.
As Daddybear notes:
This has been a long road for the good Speaker. I mean, he started out as a lowly staffer at the ripe age of 22, working his way up to being Speaker of the House through a long and arduous course of crawling over the mangled bodies of his opponents, serving all the right people, and shanking all the wrong people.
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m not impressed. McCarthy may be a consummate politician, but that’s all he is. According to his biography, he has never held a job outside of politics, at least not since college.
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There is a place for professional politicians, don’t get me wrong. McCarthy obviously has talent in his chosen field. It’s just that, in my honest opinion, such folks should assist leaders, not be anointed to lead.
Here are some things that I cannot find evidence of in Speaker McCarthy’s adult life:
- Military Service
- Manual Labor
- Low-wage work
- Charity work
- Starting and running a business
- Losing a job
- Losing an election
I wish Mr. McCarthy luck in his new position. I hope his 35 years of experience as being nothing more than a politician and legislator serve him well as Speaker of the House.
But I will always question upon what his decisions and opinions are based, since his career is based upon nothing more than a long-term commitment to politics.
There's more at the link.
McCarthy also appears to be sympathetic to the perspective of the World Economic Forum. If Klaus Schwab's "Great Reset" is to become a reality, someone like McCarthy couldn't be in a better position to determine what legislation will, or will not, come before Congress for a vote; and he'll be able to shape, form and modify legislation to suit the interests of those who control him.
Finally, I think Phil has a good point. Biden is a placeholder, a nonentity who's been put in place because he can be easily manipulated. His clearly visible and growing senility means he can be discarded for medical reasons as soon as it's convenient for his controllers to replace him - but they erred in choosing Kamala Harris as his Vice-President. She's clearly incompetent at best, if not catastrophically error-prone. She's the last person anyone would trust as President. Even if she were to temporarily replace Biden, she will never be permitted to hold the office in her own right. She'll always be under tight control.
However, the line of succession in the Presidency runs President - Vice President - Speaker of the House. If Kamala were to resign, or suffer some event that prevented her from moving up, then McCarthy is legally next in line for the Presidency. If he, a Republican, were to take over and continue Biden's disastrously inept policies, that would present a "bipartisan" mask to the country, and allow the grey eminences behind the Presidency to continue their work unhindered. In reality, of course, the Uniparty would continue to function as normal - just as it does today.
It's an intriguing speculation. Whether or not it's true will doubtless come out in the wash of history sometime during the next couple of years.