By Jeff Simpson
In what has unfortunately been a continuing series of strange, end of times ridiculous actions done by , the hits keep on coming.
First off, the lumberjack reality star from Northern Wisconsin has found out something that no one else knows in the country. Hillary Clinton's top aide, Huma Abedin, is part of an organization called the Muslim Brotherhood.
Maybe we should listen to Mr. Duffy though, because if he was able to find a mail order college like he did to "earn" his law degree(the college of which is no longer in business), then maybe he does have some super sleuth abilities that compare to his ability to have kids. No one should question that the Wausau area is the hotbed of terrorism intel, so when Mr Duffy speaks we should laugh, I mean listen.
Secondly, another of Wisconsin's own, recently got into a battle with Governor John Kasich.
In this corner is the current Governor of Ohio, failed GOP Presidential candidate who is known for blaming all of the problems in public education today on the teachers lounge(seriously)! Standing at 5'9", weighing 175 lbs.....JOOOOOHNNNN KAAAAAASSSSICCCCHHHHHH:
Kasich, the Ohio governor, has refused to endorse Trump, the Republican nominee, after bowing out of the presidential race in early May.In the bright bright red corner, standing 5'4" and weighing in at at 145#'s, the Voter cager from Kenosha, the political operative from Pleasant Prairie, the race baiter from Randal, the guy who refuses to walk his own dog(honestly), REEEEEEEIINNCE PRRRRRIIIIIEEEEEBUSSSSSSSSSS:
"Thankfully, there are still leaders in this country who put principles before politics," Weaver wrote. "Throughout his life, Governor John Kasich has always made decisions based on what is best for our country. The idea of a greater purpose beyond oneself may be alien to political party bosses like Reince Priebus, but it is at the center of everything Governor Kasich does."
"He will not be bullied by a Kenosha political operative that is unable to stand up for core principles or beliefs," he continued, naming Priebus' hometown in Wisconsin. "In fact, Reince should be thanking the governor for standing for an inclusive, conservative vision that can actually win a national election and improve our country."
Weaver added that Kasich is "traveling the nation" to support down-ballot Republicans who could be the victim of a "potential national wipeout" that he said would occur "on Reince's watch."
During a Sunday interview CBS's "Face the Nation," Priebus said Trump's former primary challengers might face trouble in 2020 or 2024 if they did not announce their support for Trump.
"Those people need to get on board," he said. "And if they're thinking they're going to run again someday, I think that we're going to evaluate the process — of the nomination process — and I don't think it's going to be that easy for them."If you are keeping score in our Constitutionally limited representative democratic republic, it looks like we are all losing, but Reince today came down with what just might be the final blow on CNN:
Kasich, along with Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, has prominently refused to endorse Trump since he wrapped up the party's nomination in May. Priebus said the party would "look at" potential penalties for those who have not endorsed Trump and are considering a future presidential bid. Every GOP presidential hopeful signed a loyalty pledge last summer stating they would support the eventual nominee no matter who it was.
"People in our party are talking about what we're going to do about this. I mean, there's a ballot access issue in South Carolina," Priebus said. "In order to be on the ballot in South Carolina, you actually have to pledge your support to the nominee, no matter who that person is. So what's the penalty for that? It's not a threat, but that's just the question that we have a process in place.
Yes your eyes are not deceiving you. The head of the Republican Party of the United States, did actually say that the GOP Presidential candidate, one of two people who have a chance to actually become the next President of the United States of America, the most powerful job in the world, is prepared because he has been through 14 seasons as a TV "reality star".
Head meet desk!