On the day when the fifth Republican in Name Only Senator, Roy Blunt of Missouri, announced that he is not running for re-election in 2022, the widow of the late leader of the RINOs, John McCain, decided to side with cancel culture on national television.
Cindy McCain, the dowager queen of all things Republican in Name Only, said Monday on MSNBC’s “Live” that the Republican Party has to stop pushing “fear and anger and hate.” After dismissing the reaction to the censoring of six Dr. Seuss books for some sort of hatred or racism that wasn’t obvious when the author was alive, her highness told of “polling” that claims rank and file Republicans want the RINOs to work with the other side for recovery after the year of COVID, and other various issues facing the nation.
McCain said, “As you saw the polling numbers represent that 59% of Republicans want this. They want the two parties to work together to solve the problems of our country. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen with this latest vote. What we’ve talked about and the reason I did what I did is that it is time that we begin to work together for the good of the country.”
It would be nice if the other side would be willing to work with anyone else other than themselves, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
The Democrats are all about pulling in as much power for themselves as possible.
Queen Cindy just isn’t seeing that, though.
McCain said, “There’s a great deal of frustration. What was occurring on Fox or any of the other news stations with regards to Dr. Seuss and the rest of it is really rather ridiculous at a time we are facing what has occurred regarding the pandemic, regarding the economy. People are out of work. We need help.”
She continued, “Well, I think there’s certainly a division between what the voters want and what our elected officials want. We need to hold them accountable, most importantly. The strongest thing we can do is vote and just as you saw what happened in this last election, and change the leadership if indeed we believe that they’re not doing what’s good for the country. I think you and I both see, I think what’s going to be my party at least beginning to at least either find its way or dissolve.”
She added, “Right now, there’s too much anger and hate, and that’s been generated from the top. I just don’t believe that our party can survive by appealing to the dark side of humanity. I’ve seen it too often. I began this quest in my life with Ronald Reagan, and I just don’t see how— I don’t understand how we got to where we’re at, but now that we’re here, we can no longer have our leaders work with fear and anger and hate.”
What the party cannot survive is betraying the people who vote them into office time after time. This has been going on for decades, and the people are ticked off that the needs of Americans take a back seat to special interests no matter who is in office.