After the Gun Bill, RINOS Plan an Illegal Immigration Lifeline for Dems


As you know by now, Mitch McConnell supports the gun deal which will likely garner no votes for Republicans. Once again, he appears to throw a lifeline to Democrats.

“For years, the far left falsely claimed that Congress could only address the terrible issue of mass murders by trampling on law-abiding Americans’ constitutional rights,” McConnell said. “This bill proves that false.”

Read the text of the bill below and see if you agree.

HuffPo Reporter Igor Bobic tweeted that a smiling Cornyn told Padilla, “First guns, now it’s immigration.”

This is the last gasp of the dying RINOs that you hear. As America First candidates win races, RINOs will soon be extinct.

If it’s anything like the last Senate immigration bill by the Gang of Eight, it’s a sell-out.

Opposition to the Bill

The NRA announced its opposition to the bipartisan gun deal, saying it “can be abused to restrict lawful gun purchases, infringe upon the rights of law-abiding Americans, and use federal dollars to fund gun control measures being adopted by state and local politicians.”

You can read the text below and decide if it tramples on rights or not. We believe that infusing Red Flag laws into every state with the lure of money will eventually lead to gun confiscation for nefarious reasons without stopping criminals.

It won’t stop mass murderers.

This evening, Gun Owners of America (GOA) reinforced their opposition to the Senate gun control package after reviewing text released earlier in the day. Among other alarming provisions, the legislation would encourage Backdoor Universal Background Checks by redefining many private sellers as gun dealers, financially incentivize states to enact unconstitutional “red-flag” laws, and would allow for so-called “enhanced background checks,” which are arbitrary delays in transferring firearms to adults not yet 21 years old.

John Cornyn is closer to Krysten Sinema – a leftist Democrat – than he is to most of his party.

Robby Starbuck on Twitter:

“These people don’t work for us. The idea they do is an illusion. Every one of these America First hating RINO’s who sold us out on guns and are set to give Dems an immigration bill next will be boo’d by those who elected them. They know it. So who are they serving? It’s not us!

“We have a historic surge of people who want to vote Republican after hearing the America First message and the GOP establishment reacts by undermining America First candidates & moving left to be more like Democrats. Losers don’t self-sabotage this much, it has to be intentional!”

Now they plan another lifeline to Democrats with immigration. They are helping Democrats look like winners before November.


These are the same people who will vote for an illegal immigration bill and yet another amnesty [the 10th] without border security or a wall, just vague promises.

  • The bill’s co-sponsor, Sen. John Cornyn of Texas
  • Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky
  • Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri
  • Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina
  • Sen. Shelley Capito of West Virginia
  • Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana
  • Sen. Susan Collins of Maine
  • Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa
  • Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
  • Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
  • Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio
  • Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah
  • Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina
  • Sen. Todd Young of Indiana
And two others:

Senators Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, who helped come up with the bill’s framework and released a statement in support of the bill, and Kevin Cramer of North Dakota did not vote.


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The Prisoner
The Prisoner
1 year ago

It is quite late for so many to recognize the betrayal which has been underway since 2009 when the Tea Party emerged.

The actions of Ryan in 2018 and Mitch in 2020 & 2022 are sabotage. Faux News is the major outlet which misinforms conservatives on these things. With the GOP having 22 senators up for reelection and the dems 11, winning the majority is difficult. With Mitch in charge, it is unlikely. Cheering on a team which works against us is silly.

With a red flag law about to be passed, and the GOP attempting another amnesty, in an election season, no serious person can believe the GOP is trying to win a senate majority.