Top House Dem drops names in saying ‘mainstream’ Republicans ‘agree’ with them on MAGA threat

Forever talking out of both sides of their mouths, forked tongue Democrats have continued to steamroll reality in their efforts to control the narrative and the latest Orwellian take involved an attempt at qualify who stood for “mainstream” Republicans.

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Spearheading this effort as part of the damage control after President Joe Biden’s widely panned speech Thursday, U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) joined Mike Emanuel on “Fox News Sunday” chiefly to name those with an “R” beside their names who have or may soon yet attempt to profit off of their public opposition to former President Donald Trump.

As chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee since 2021, Maloney would seemingly have considerable weight in his party’s messaging driving toward November, and he used his opportunity Sunday to highlight “Republicans and Democrats are in large part in agreement.”

“The point of that speech,” the New York lawmaker said as he addressed Biden’s accusations that Trump supporters were a threat to democracy, “is that mainstream Republicans and Democrats agree on things like it’s wrong to attack the United States Capitol, to spread a pernicious lie about the election being stolen.”

“This isn’t just President Biden,” Maloney indicated as he rattled off some media darlings who’ve long been out of touch with the base of the Republican party including former national security advisor John Bolton, former attorney general Bill Barr, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and someone who many consider to be setting up his own likely futile bid for the presidency, former Vice President Mike Pence.

“This is mainstream versus MAGA,” the congressman argued using those characters to stand in for the “mainstream” before going on to suggest swing vote Romney who had been elected governor of deep blue Massachusetts could be included among any list of “conservative voices.”

“The president has a duty to defend American democracy, and he is in agreement with leading conservative voices,” he said.

“It’s the MAGA movement that is extreme, that has ripped away reproductive freedom, that justifies the attack on the Capitol, that plays footsie with white supremacist and QAnon conspiracy theorists. That’s what the president was talking about,” Maloney contended two days after the president himself denied calling “any Trump supporter…a threat to the country.”

Maloney’s disconnect also included disregarding Biden and the Democrats impact on the economic devastation that has swept the country as he instead credited the president for the reduction in gas prices of late despite repeated insistence from the White House that it was beyond the executive’s ability to have an appreciable effect on those costs.

Furthermore, he demonstrated that the goal to rebrand MAGA as a pejorative, which had already spectacularly failed in May with the inception of “Ultra MAGA,” was now readily being applied to anything that the Democrats disagreed with such as the “MAGA Supreme Court” which overturned Roe v. Wade returning the right to legislate on abortion to the individual states.

By Maloney’s assessment, we have a MAGA Constitution, which is apropos considering the constant efforts from progressives to erode and usurp the framework by which our nation is governed.

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