So there’s this GOP political consultant, Cheri Jacobus, who I met briefly many years ago when working in The Swamp, who took to Twitter on Thursdayto slam President Donald Trump…
“Trump a poor person's idea of what a rich person is, dumb person's idea of what smart person is, weak person's idea of what strong person is.”
I responded appropriately and accurately…
“Trump IS rich. Trump IS smart. Trump IS strong. Trump ISpresident. Case closed.”
Which sent Jacobus and her minions into a total Twitter-meltdown!
Jacobus, however, isn’t your typical Republican Trump-hater. Apparently she was under consideration at one time for a job on the Trump campaign and something went sour. Supposedly she got into a tiff with then-Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after she asked to “sit down and talk about” the job (she has the request pinned on her Twitter feed).
I don’t know the details. Never heard about the brouhaha. And don’t care. Frankly, Cheri’s not a player of much consequence in conservative circles. Haven’t even heard her name in over a decade. But she’s clearly extremely bitter over the Lewandowski spat and quite thin-skinned about it.
Hell hath no fury and all that.
The reason I bring this up is because over and over and time again we’re being subjected to criticism of the president from “Republicans.” This is an old trick by the fake news media.
They find token GOP opponents of the president, such as Jacobus, and put them on the air in an effort to convey the narrative that it’s not just liberals who hate Trump. Such folks are what the commies used to call “useful idiots.”
Ana Navarro on CNN is the Queen Bee of Useful Idiots.
And the attacks by these people aren’t based on any kind of philosophical disagreement. It’s personal. They’re angry. They have an axe to grind. A score to settle. Like not getting hired on the Trump campaign.
So don’t take what these people say at bleeding-face value. Look for the underlying motivation. As often as not, there’s a lot more to the story than the attackers are letting on.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals and RINOs
P.S. At 12:01 a.m. today, the sale of recreational marijuana officially became legal in Nevada. Heckuva way to start the INDEPENDENCE DAY weekend!
Nevada SoS Cegavske to Vote Fraud Denier Titus: Pound Sand!
There is no question that voter registration fraud exists.There is no question that voting fraud exists.There is no question that illegal aliens are voting in U.S. elections.The only question is how extensive the problem is.
After years of ignoring the problem under Obama, President Donald Trumpcreated the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity to investigate.This week the commission requested public information from each state related to voter registration files to begin the process.
Trump Backers ‘Furious’ That Senator Stood Against Health Care Bill
(New York Times) - Senator Dean Heller’s biting denunciation of the Republican health care bill last week infuriated the White House and helped unravel his party’s attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act days before a vote was expected in the Senate.
Now Mr. Heller is facing an intense backlash in Nevada, his home state, where there is talk of a primary race challenge against him next year and a pair of the state’s wealthiest Republican donors are fuming. . . .
Both (Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist Wayne Allyn) Root and Chuck Muth, another Nevada-based conservative activist, said they had been inundated with emails and calls from grass-roots Republicans who are angry about Mr. Heller. But whether that fury translates into a viable primary race challenge is far from certain.
Heller Was for Repeal-and-Replace Before He was Against It
Back in 2012 when Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller was running for the U.S. Senate against Democrat Shelley Berkley, he declared on his website…
“The massive healthcare law (ObamaCare) will add more than a trillion dollars to federal health spending. Any program that uses ten years of revenue to offset six years of service is obviously unsustainable. Congress has an opportunity to repeal these policies and replace them with market-based reforms that will provide greater access, affordability, and economic certainty in our nation. Repeal of this law will reduce federal spending and allow Congress to address problems in the current healthcare system without onerous government intrusion.”