16 GOP Congress Critters Join All DNC Critters To Stop Trump’s Border Emergency

Treason: our Congress voted for open borders and more invaders.  Even as Europe’s populations riot and march against open borders, here in the US we don’t have as outraged people as in Europe but this may change soon.  DNC states all depend on foreign invaders to vote for them and a group of treasonous Republicans joined in this treason due to wanting cheap labor to undercut US citizens who might demand higher wages.


Here is the list of the GOP traitors:

Rep. Justin Amash (Mich.)

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.)

Rep. Mike Gallagher (Wis.)

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (Wash.)

Rep. Will Hurd (Texas)

Rep. Dusty Johnson (S.D.)

Rep. Thomas Massie (Ky.)

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Wash.)

Rep. Francis Rooney (Fla.)

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (Wis.)

Rep. Elise Stefanik (N.Y.)

Rep. Fred Upton (Mich.)

Rep. Greg Walden (Ore.)

Sen. Susan Collins (Maine)

Collins told reporters in Maine that “if it’s a clean disapproval resolution, I will support it.”

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)

“I will be voting ‘yes’ on the resolution of disapproval,” Murkowski told reporters on Tuesday.

Sen. Thom Tillis (N.C.)

“I would vote in favor of the resolution disapproving of the president’s national-emergency declaration, if and when it comes before the Senate,” Tillis wrote in an op-ed Monday in The Washington Post.

And here are the ‘undecided’:

Sen. Lamar Alexander (Tenn.)

Alexander hasn’t said how he will vote on a resolution, but criticized Trump’s decision as “unnecessary, unwise and inconsistent with the U.S. Constitution.”

Sen. Cory Gardner (Colo.)

Gardner said in a statement to The Denver Post that he was reviewing Trump’s actions but “Congress is most appropriately situated to fund border security.” Gardner declined to comment further on Monday, saying he has said “all I’m going to say.”

Sen. Jim Inhofe (Okla.)

Inhofe, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told reporters that he has not made a decision on the resolution.

Sen. Johnny Isakson (Ga.)

Isakson told reporters on Tuesday that he had not made a decision about how he would vote.

Sen. James Lankford (Okla.)

Lankford said he has not made a decision, noting that senators haven’t yet seen details on where Trump will pull money from.

Sen. Mike Lee (Utah)

“Congress has been ceding far too much power to the executive branch for decades. We should use this moment as an opportunity to start taking that power back,” Lee said in a statement after Trump’s announcement.

Sen. Martha McSally (Ariz.)

McSally told reporters in Tucson, Ariz., that she was reviewing Trump’s declaration and that her staff was talking to the White House.

Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.)

Paul took a swing at Trump’s decision in a statement, saying that “extraconstitutional executive actions are wrong, no matter which party does them.”

Sen. Rob Portman (Ohio)

Portman declined to say how he would vote while speaking at an event in Columbus, Ohio, but said of the wall that he “would prefer it not be done by emergency action.”

Sen. Mitt Romney (Utah)

Romney said in a statement that he wanted to evaluate Trump’s declaration. He added that he didn’t view a national emergency as “the right approach.”

Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.)

Rubio hasn’t said how he would vote but said in a statement shortly before Trump’s announcement that “no crisis justifies violating the Constitution” and he was “skeptical” he could support the president’s actions.

Sen. Ben Sasse (Neb.)

Sasse told National Review that while there is a “crisis” at the border, “as a Constitutional conservative I don’t want a future Democratic President unilaterally rewriting gun laws or climate policy.”

Sen. Pat Toomey (Pa.)

Toomey told the Tribune-Review that he was “concerned” by Trump’s decision but wanted to review it.


Yes, this is open treason.  The #1 business of any government is to protect their own borders and their own people.  When Rome stopped doing this, Rome fell.  Most Romans were killed or starved to death and all of Western Roman Empire lands entered what is called ‘the DARK Ages’ where civilization nearly totally vanished and Rome itself, lay in utter ruins.


I descended from very violent Norse invaders.  We put lots of people to the sword and torch and took over any places we landed, enslaving the surviving populations.  Now, my own ethnic group is bowing to invaders and will soon be enslaved if they are really stupid.


What a fine end to it all!  1,000 years of fun, now over.  Anyone who thinks our new invaders are going to make things better should look at where they come from: collapsed societies, dysfunctional states.  Yes, this is what they are from and will impose on us, eventually.


Congress wants this due to short term exploitation of illegal alien labor.  For them, it is a win/win situation and I am certain ancient Romans thought the exact same way, never thinking that this would end with their own silly throats slit.


Meanwhile, the news media continues to be utterly crazy and totally evil.  Here is the latest ‘sex scandal’ for Trump: an adult woman claims he KISSED her!!! OMG.  And to this day, she cries and cries due to this, the fragile, helpless little flower of an adult woman who is just as good and strong as any man, isn’t she?

There is this infamous ancient Chinese curse: may your wishes come true.  Women wanted to be men and to get all the goodies men have while being weaker, slower, smaller and fewer geniuses.  But they wanted ‘equality’ no matter what and now this is biting back, very hard: Feeble females are now being reamed out by strong men pretending to be females as women athletes lose competitions more and more often.


A panel of very confused liberals debate this issue and can’t even figure out what is the end result: no more women’s sports. I am OK with this since women, themselves, voted for this world where there is ‘equality’ hoping to keep all the privileges of being ‘female’.


This is called ‘stewing in your own juices’ or ‘you get what you pay for’ and I notice the near total silence about yesterday’s news that women should be drafted during a war and fight on the front like the men, 50% of all troops in war should be women, basically.


I, personally, would love to sue to force this.  If women want privilege, they have to pay for it.  Many years ago before I was hit by this hammer called ‘Hong Kong flu’ back in 1969, I was an athlete who did sword fighting, among other things.  And I was pushing for women to fight with saber swords which is more violent than fencing with ‘whip sticks’.


The Olympic committee refused to do this so we did this demonstration, my friends and I to prove women could fight saber and as I did my lunge, my back went out and I collapsed.  Went to the hospital, discovered I was pregnant and that ended the only attempt at proving girls can fight like men: ironic!


Today, girls have been conned into believing they don’t have to prove anything, just sneering they are as good as men is now being systematically destroyed by transgender women who are bigger and stronger than ordinary women.


This ends all women’s sports.  It will take a few years but I am betting, in less than ten years, biological women will be pretty much totally eliminated from the top ranks and all records set will be set by biological males.  Serves the women’s movement right here in the snout: slap!


Even in fashion, women are screwed: increasingly, men are replacing women in fashion.  Men as skinnier and for years and years, the fashion models were all super skinny, now they are being replaced entirely.  Also, boys are now modelling girl’s dresses, too.  This is open child abuse.

The fashion show in Europe shown here in this article, is all about boys being sexually abused by crossdressing males.  The backlash of this open gay pedophilia will be immense and will suck down many an innocent transgender person who is doing nothing wrong at all.


But the pushers for all this are RADICAL LEFTIST WOMEN, themselves.  They are doing this, they are encouraging this and applauding this and enabling this.  I cannot blame the transgender males, the people who are trussing up little boys and girls and serving them to these wolves are radical leftist women.


Maybe it is a good thing that our political leaders are united in encouraging barbarians to invade America and destroy civilization.  Seems ripe for destruction.



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27 responses to “16 GOP Congress Critters Join All DNC Critters To Stop Trump’s Border Emergency

  1. Melponeme_k

    “What a fine end to it all! 1,000 years of fun, now over. Anyone who thinks our new invaders are going to make things better should look at where they come from: collapsed societies, dysfunctional states.”

    Any possible dark age coming will be longer than 1000 years this time. The difference being, the Norse were white and not different (just culturally) from the Romans. They were also interested in export/import business so that kept things rolling. That was how the Dark Age elite got their hands on Narwhal tusks so that they could boast they had proof of Unicorns. This was also how Native Americans got their hands on some European goods.

    I don’t see that kind of drive in the “migrants”. All of them had hundreds if not a thousand years to make a difference in their cultures…it never happened. Caucasians haven’t been around for all those years, so really the failure can’t be placed on their doorstep.

    The elites fully expect a culling. This is the only reason they are doing this insanity. And since they know we are heading into another mini-Ice Age, they also expect Ice Age adapted humans (mainly White people and Northern Tribes) to survive.

    “Even in fashion, women are screwed: increasingly, men are replacing women in fashion.”

    Women are losing nothing in this area. There have NEVER been real female models. At the very least never in our modern age.

    “But the pushers for all this are RADICAL LEFTIST WOMEN”

    Feminism was controlled by the elites and the Intelligence agencies almost from the beginning. The big names in the “movement” were all invariably from military and intelligence backgrounds as well as coming from elite families. Most of them are Transgender.

  2. honeybagder don't care

    “[e]xtraconstitutional executive actions are wrong, no matter which party does them.”


    “. . . I don’t want a future Democratic President unilaterally rewriting gun laws or climate policy.”

    And this.

    It’s pretty unusually for a President to declare an emergency on a matter Congress has already considered. And if Rand Paul is concerned about the constitutionality of the action shouldn’t that be taken seriously?

    You seem to be just OK with any unconstitutional action as long as it implements policies you support. There is a word for this.

    Also, Re: Trump sex stuff. He was her EMPLOYER. It’s not like they were on a date. You seem to have no problem with sexual misconduct as long as you are sexually attracted to the perpetrator.

  3. honeybagder don't care

    I see my comment above is not bereft of typos. Oh well.

    To add on: it seems like a stretch to read the into National Emergencies Act some Congressional intent like “any time you are displeased with our actions, feel free to invoke emergency powers to circumvent congressional authority”, doesn’t it?

    And Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer, as commonly understood, may not be exactly on all fours but it certainly doesn’t seem to help the President here, in any case.

  4. Petruchio

    “Feminism was controlled by the elites and the Intelligence agencies almost from the beginning.” AND….most of them were Jewish. Henry Ford said it: Wherever you find those who seek to destroy a Culture, the Core values of a Society, there you will find the Jew, hard at work.

  5. Petruchio

    The Dems and the GOP. The cliché is, “Two heads of the same Monster”. About the only way to defeat this phony setup, this FALSE picture of the 2 Parties being different is to directly threaten their Power source: their Seats In Congress. Having 2 or 3 more legitimate Political Parties is critical. Only when Dems AND Republicans start getting bounced out the doors of Congress when that prospect is a REAL threat to the status quo will things really change.

  6. timothy carroll




    They’ve been doing a damn good job of it, too!

  7. AT


    Youngstown was a 1952 case. Much legislation in the area has followed in the seventies and into the eighties:

    “50 U.S. Code § 1622 – National emergencies

    (a)Termination methods
    Any national emergency declared by the President in accordance with this subchapter shall terminate if—
    (1)there is enacted into law a joint resolution terminating the emergency; or
    (2)the President issues a proclamation terminating the emergency.
    Any national emergency declared by the President shall be terminated on the date specified in any joint resolution referred to in clause (1) or on the date specified in a proclamation by the President terminating the emergency as provided in clause (2) of this subsection, whichever date is earlier, and any powers or authorities exercised by reason of said emergency shall cease to be exercised after such specified date, EXCEPT THAT SUCH TERMINATION SHALL NOT AFFECT–
    (A)any action taken or proceeding pending not finally concluded or determined on such date;
    (B)any action or proceeding based on any act committed prior to such date; or

    Looks like under (C) if Trump had cut the deal to build it with the subcontractors already, signed the contracts, made some payments, and the subcontractors had gotten huge bridge loans and started work on it. . . then maybe no dice for Congress.

    But of course we know what kind of shit for brains Trump has as lawyers.

  8. AT

    As far as Trump’s authority for construction during a declared national emergency:

    “10 U.S. Code § 2808 – Construction authority in the event of a declaration of war or national emergency

    (a)In the event of a declaration of war or the declaration by the President of a national emergency in accordance with the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) that requires use of the armed forces, the Secretary of Defense, without regard to any other provision of law, may undertake military construction projects, and may authorize the Secretaries of the military departments to undertake military construction projects, not otherwise authorized by law that are necessary to support such use of the armed forces. Such projects may be undertaken only within the total amount of funds that have been appropriated for military construction, including funds appropriated for family housing, that have not been obligated.

    (b)When a decision is made to undertake military construction projects authorized by this section, the Secretary of Defense shall notify, in an electronic medium pursuant to section 480 of this title, the appropriate committees of Congress of the decision and of the estimated cost of the construction projects, including the cost of any real estate action pertaining to those construction projects.”

  9. AT

    Now, Problem is that if the SJC wants to rule Trump hasn’t the Constitutional power to order construction projects during a national emergency, then it would have to rule that Congressional legislation 10 U.S. Code § 2808 – “Construction authority in the event of a declaration of war or national emergency” was unconstitutional.

    So, Rand Paul is talking out of his arse.

  10. AT

    In short, this is a gridlocked charade to benefit the status quo of cheap labor for established monied interests who lobby both parties to keep it up.

    And, if Trump gave a rats ass about challenging those interests or benefiting working class citizens, he could easily order the FBI to start charging contract agency employers for harboring illegals, and then put together conspiracy cases against the larger agricultural and corporate concerns who subcontract those contracting agencies.

  11. timothy carroll


    You probably already know this, but there are many who believe Trump has a file on him that they are holding over his head like the sword of Damocles if he ever veers too far off script. I tend to believe this insofar as we now have in office a 70 plus year old billionaire who doesn’t drink,lifetime teetotaler) doesn’t partake in drugs, isn’t a homosexual (Obama….cough, cough….) there’s gotta be a vice in there someplace. And there is a record of his visits to Epstein’s island on the Lolita Express. Again, not saying it’s true, but if Trump hasn’t got any dirty laundry other than upgrading his wives like you and me would trade in our 2015 Ford for a 2019 model, you can color me surprised.

  12. AT


    And Trump has the NSA file on 9/11 and Kennedy, making it a Mexican standoff of sorts. Who would be fastest to the trigger? Or would it be mutual assured destruction.

    That’s why Mueller has the sword of Damocles: because his ass is on the line for several thousand counts of accessory after the fact for the 9/11 murders for putting all the saudis on the first planes out of the country. They need someone who has some skin in the game holding that sword.

  13. WE DO HAVE AN EMERGENCY: an army of illegal aliens are right now marching north openly screaming they will cross the border and attack us.

    DUH. This is infuriating. I am puzzled as to why normal citizens can’t figure out something so utterly and totally obvious.

  14. honeybagder don't care

    A “threat” is not synonymous with “emergency”.

    “Emergency” in this case implies an exigent threat such that it can not adequately be met through the legislative process.

    The argument for an emergency here is cut for one thing by the fact that Congress has already had an opportunity consider the matter and declined to fund the wall.

    So, while there may be an argument on both sides, the matter is not “utterly and totally obvious”.

    I hope that clears things up for you.

  15. And this is why I am accusing the DNC for TREASON. Trump is defending America and they are betraying America, letting in thousands of illegal alien men who wave foreign flags while screaming about how much they hate us. DUH.

  16. This is also why ‘liberal’ (bilderberg) news is refusing to report on the story of the army of alien men demanding entry. This is also treason. And anyone falling for all this, claiming there is no emergency, is enabling treason.

  17. honeybagder don't care

    Simple 2 step plan when the democratic process hinders your agenda:

    1. Invoke emergency powers.

    2. Charge any legislators that oppose the agenda with treason.

    What could possibly go wrong??

    Sieg Heil!

  18. Um, you need a mirror, honey.

  19. Lou

    17 and 18, yes. Destabilize USA, Canada, EU.

  20. honeybagder don't care


    So you say, but then again I don’t have a political agenda.

  21. honeybagder don't care

    What I find interesting is how this site uses the same Dark Arts techniques as the Bilberberg gang in an attempt to assert control, albeit on a smaller scale.

    Of course, most regular readers here seem to have no idea how this works, yet they are convinced they are smarter than millions of “fools” that are brainwashed by the MSM. HAHAHA.

    Talk about mirrors! I wonder if this comment will be invisible. . .

  22. ‘Dark arts’ is doing research and quoting people. HAHAHA.

  23. lou

    24–you dont seem dark, but maybe thats part of her craft.

  24. Yes, brainwashing the brain dead is hard work.

  25. Lou

    oxymoron..or just morons.
    HOW DARK ARE YOUR ARTS? As a child I played in PP. You posted that you went there to do spells.

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