Oh, No, Ronna Won’t Go

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The New York Times reported Tuesday that Ronna Romney McDaniel told former President Donald Trump she plans to step down after the South Carolina Republican primary.

However, according to a memo today, members were told that nothing has been decided, and she is still chairwoman.

“With a news cycle full of palace intrigue and speculation surrounding all of us, I want to take the time to reassure all of you that I am still hard at work as RNC Chairwoman and building a machine that will elect Republicans up and down the ballot in November,” the memo obtained by the Daily Caller begins.

She’s hard at work taking out lines of credit because she’s blowing money on luxuries.

“Myself and my staff are refusing to be distracted by the outside noise and we remain committed to our mission – rumors to the contrary are simply not true. Nothing has changed, and there will not be any changes decided on until after South Carolina, when we may have our eventual nominee,” the memo reads, reports The Daily Caller.

She has a nice deal going – for her and her buddies. She spent millions on private jets, limos, gifts, and thousands on nonsense.

This is via RedState:

Then Benny posted this:


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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
17 days ago

Long ago it was known that the GOP leadership is part of a sabotage operation against conservatives. One indication of this is that failures in leadership are repeatedly retained in their positions. These corrupt people cannot so consistently fail without it being intentional.

Mitch and his entire entourage of corrupt elitist RINOs is the best example. They are probably the reason Ronna is still there. They control most of the money. They are still in charge.

Mitch’s failure on the border bill is gargantuan, one does not do that without being willfully destructive. A GOP senate next year is impossible, without throwing out Mitch.

The approach on handling these people is not to be nice, it is to be vicious and throw them out. I see a few senators are finally wanting Mitch to be removed.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
17 days ago

May these not be words of doom. Seems like a despondent person decides to commit suicide but kills her family first.