Obviously, the Jews could get the money through if they wanted it through. Matt Gaetz is not Lord Zedd.
Many of us wish he was.
But this Johnson fellow will do what he’s told and sell it as “we needed the money for Israel and the border” if that’s what powerful people want him to do.
I like Gaetz’ effort, and I support him, but the reality is, he is not a one-man army, and the uniparty still gets whatever it wants in Congress.
It’s obvious to me, and it will soon be obvious to everyone, that Israel is torpedoing the Ukraine because they want that money instead.
The chances of the US Congress approving significant aid for Ukraine alongside funding for other causes will be drastically reduced if a bill is not passed by the end of the year, NBC News reported on Sunday, citing sources on Capitol Hill. A clash on supplemental spending is expected after the Thanksgiving recess.
Last week, US lawmakers in both chambers approved a bipartisan stopgap spending bill to allow the government to operate through early 2024. The legislation deliberately avoided any political hot-button issues in order to secure votes from both Democrats and the GOP. Nevertheless, the more conservative wing of the House Republicans opposed it for not including budget cuts.
The upcoming debate will be over a proposal to bundle together aid for Ukraine, Israel, America’s Asia-Pacific allies, humanitarian aid for Palestinian civilians, as well as funding for securing the US southern border. Originating as a $105 billion package floated by the White House last month, the idea is to get Republicans behind sending more money to Kiev by offering them a concession on immigration control.
The Republican-controlled House has already passed a bill for Israel aid as a standalone initiative, but the legislation is widely considered dead on arrival in the Democrat-held Senate, because it includes provisions which cut Internal Revenue Service (IRS) funding, a no-go for the party.
The short window between Thanksgiving and Christmas will be crucial for negotiating a supplementary spending bill, four Senate sources directly involved in the process told NBC News. If the House goes against it and stalls until after the New Year, the chance that it will make it over the finish line “reduces dramatically,” the outlet said.
Mike Johnson, the new House speaker, indicated earlier this month that he supported tying Ukraine to border security, but not to Israel. His ally, Republican Sen. Rick Scott, has suggested that the politician preempt the Senate with his own bill, in which benchmarks would be attached to Ukraine spending. That would make it “awfully difficult for senators to vote against it,” he said.
See? He’s open to doing it for border security. Him being open means his paymasters are telling him to keep that option open. Besides Gaetz and Massie, you don’t have a single person in the House who is worth a shit. Rand is okay in the Senate, but not terribly great.
Meanwhile, people come to me and want me to shill Josh Hawley, and then this obvious faggot comes out and calls for a DeSantis-style shut down of free speech to prevent people from criticizing the Jews.
We have no ability to influence the government. Not “we” as in the Daily Stormer and its very intelligent readership, but “we” as in “anyone in America.” The Jews always get their man through in primaries, and if worse comes to worse, they back the opposite party (there are Jews on both sides, so what happens is that one group of Jews just steps down and lets the other group take over).
You’d think that maybe 5% would slip through the cracks, but it’s not even anything close to that. It’s not even 1%. When Ron Paul was in Congress, he was literally the only legit guy. Now, honestly, Massie is playing his role, while Gaetz is sort of okay.
The only way the people could organize against this primary system would be through a popular website, and any such website would just be shut down – that’s if they couldn’t bribe the people running it, which they almost certainly could do very easily.
MONEY MONEY MONEY
I don’t know if you know this, because they’re not really saying it very often, but Israel’s economy is utterly doomed as a result of their lunatic mass baby killing project.
That means that the American taxpayer – as well as, quite frankly, the European taxpayer – will be required to shell out money to keep Israel from becoming a failed state.
This is going to be extremely expensive. Israel is acting entirely under the assumption that the Americans will pay for it.