Republicans Have No Plan to Fight Obama Amnesty Plot

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 24, 2014

This is the new America.
This is the new America.

The Republicans couldn’t stop the ban on prayer in schools, they couldn’t stop abortion, they couldn’t stop faggot rights, they couldn’t stop faggot marriage, now they couldn’t stop what would have been the easiest of all – the most unpopular President in the history of the country passing an illegal, authoritarian decree for an act that over 80% of the country is against*.

Instead of even trying to stop it, they’ve decided to just sit around and do nothing.

"Bro, I don't even know, I'm just like, man: whatever." -John Boner on his response to Obama's illegal amnesty treason
“Bro, I don’t even know, I’m just like, man – whatever.” -John Boner on his response to Obama’s illegal amnesty treason

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) said on Saturday that the GOP leadership has absolutely no intention of even attempting to fight the executive amnesty decree.


Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steven K. Bannon asked the congresswoman, who was a guest on Breitbart News Saturday Sirius XM Patriot channel 125, “Has there been any firm commitment from the leadership of the Republican party saying that this amnesty is not going to happen?” Bachmann replied with a question, “Do you want the truth? Okay, I’ll tell all of Breitbart listeners what happened this week. I was floored!”

In the weekly meeting called “Republican Conference” in the House of Representatives, “we all knew that the big issue for the week was going to be the president announcing his amnesty,” she explained. Bachmann recounted that all of the leadership went to the microphone, including John Boehner.

“They acted as though the amnesty issue wasn’t even an issue. They said that the President is going to do what he’s going to do, and we are not going to get down in the mud with him. We are not going to engage, and what we are going to do is to talk about our positive solutions on jobs, the economy, education, and manufacturing,” Bachmann said.

The reason here is that the Republicans aren’t actually against it. The big business Jews who run the GOP are in agreement with the commie Jews who run the Democratic Party: mass third world immigration is a good thing.

ron paul i tried to warn you
This is the future you chose.

Those big business Jews who serve as the base of the Republican Party have almost as much influence on the Democratic Party, so they won’t mind seeing the former simply disappear out of existence.

You would think some of the Republican Party officials might care that they are effectively murdering their own party with this action, but I guess they are mostly all too busy smoking crack and having gay sex with little boys to think about their political legacies.

You asked for this, America.
You asked for this, America.

*To the credit of the Republicans, they have served as a voice for conservatives against gun control and speech control.  But that is pretty well it.