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ROGER STONE: The RINOs Hunting Down President Trump

McCarthy and Singer

Roger Stone shared the following observations on his Substack this past week about the RINOs after President Trump.  Take a look. 

Former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy departed Congress on December 31st, 2023, ending his 17 year term in Congress. In October of 2023, a vote to remove McCarthy that was spearheaded by Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz ended in McCarthy losing the Speakership that he had sought his entire career.

McCarthy had long been seen as the heir apparent of the GOP establishment political class to become the next Speaker of the House. McCarthy was a protege of former Speaker Paul Ryan, and Ryan’s political career was born of the Speaker before him, John Boehner.

Gaetz and several other Republican Representatives had previously scuffled with McCarthy upon his initial vote to become House Speaker after Republicans gained a majority in the House after the 2022 Election. Those Republican Representatives included Reps. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Dan Bishop (N.C.), Lauren Boebert (Colo.), Josh Brecheen (Okla.), Michael Cloud (Texas), Andrew Clyde (Ga.), Eli Crane (Ariz.), Matt Gaetz (Fla.), Bob Good (Va.), Paul Gosar (Ariz.), Andy Harris (Md.), Anna Paulina Luna (Fla.), Mary E. Miller (Ill.), Ralph Norman (S.C.), Andy Ogles (Tenn.), Scott Perry (Pa.), Matthew Rosendale (Mont.), Chip Roy (Texas), and Keith Self (Texas).

These Representatives held their own in the fight against McCarthy, gaining additional leverage for member(s) of the Trump-wing of the House Republican caucus during McCarthy’s term as Speaker.

The strength mustered by Gaetz and others during their initial struggle against McCarthy ultimately led to McCarthy’s removal, as one of the stipulations fought for by the group of 19 Republicans was that any member could bring a vote to remove the Speaker. Gaetz brought forward a motion to vacate the Speaker’s chair on October 2nd, 2023.

After an extremely short and controversial stint as House Speaker, Kevin McCarthy was eventually removed from his position on October 3rd, 2023. McCarthy, who had promised that he ‘was not going anywhere’ and would ‘fight’ for his position, was humiliated.

The position that he had fought for, and worked for his entire career had been taken away in an instant. In shame, McCarthy announced that he would be leaving the House of Representatives before his term expired.

Slingshot News published a bombshell exclusive report this morning detailing the mass retirement currently plaguing the Republican Party in the House. 6 of 14 Republican members retiring after their current term are funded by Never-Trump GOP megadonor Paul Singer.

Singer has a documented history of undermining the political ambitions of former President Donald Trump. Singer funded Marco Rubio’s failed 2016 Presidential bid against Trump via $2.5 Million in donations to the ‘Our Principles’ PAC, and is also attributed with funding the creation of the research used in the Steele Dossier by Fusion GPS. That information is all documented in our report from this earlier today on Paul Singer’s efforts to ban Trump from the Presidential ballot in 2024.

Within that article, we also highlight Singer’s donations to Reps. Mike Gallagher, Ken Buck, and of course… Kevin McCarthy.

We disclosed several donations made by Singer to McCarthy within our last article, but truthfully, we barely scratched the surface of money flowing from the anti-Trump billionaire hedge fund manager to the former House Speaker.

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