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Monday, November 14, 2016

Paul Ryan is "Quisling of Capitol Hill" says Wisconsin Republican

Paul Ryan's GOP Opponent Speaks Out

(World Net Daily)  -  “Many of our fellow citizens feel alienated and have lost faith in our core institutions. They don’t feel heard, and they don’t feel represented by those in office. But Donald Trump heard a voice out in this country that no one else heard.”
House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke those words Wednesday, a day after Trump’s momentous upset victory in the presidential election.
But the speaker is wrong to suggest Trump heard a voice no one else did, contends Paul Nehlen, the man who challenged Ryan in his GOP congressional primary this year.
“We’ve all been screaming it,” Nehlen told WND in an interview. “Paul Ryan heard us. Mitch McConnell heard us. They’ve ignored us, and they in fact worked against us. And that is the reason for the rise of Donald Trump. This race was not about Donald Trump; this race was about not being listened to.”
Power to the Sheeple
It was disturbing to see the GOP Sheeple lining up in landslide numbers
to lick the boots of open borders Paul Ryan in the 2016 primary. The
Sheeple had a choice and chose a Democrat in GOP clothes.

Ryan also credited Trump’s “strong coattails” with helping Republicans hold onto the House and Senate. Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin was one of the Republican incumbents thought to be vulnerable who nevertheless hung onto his seat.
Nehlen doesn’t necessarily believe anyone was riding Trump’s coattails; he just thinks some Republicans realized America was speaking and it was finally time to listen. But Ryan was not one of those who listened, he contended.
“Paul Ryan actually was the Quisling leader on Capitol Hill,” Nehlen charged. “He was leading the ‘NeverTrump’ charge behind the scenes, and not even so much behind the scenes a lot of the time. And so I nicknamed him the Quisling of Capitol Hill.”
The term “Quisling” comes from the World War II-era Norwegian leader Vidkun Quisling, who ran a pro-Nazi puppet government during wartime. After the war, he was found guilty of high treason and executed by firing squad.
Nehlen believes Ryan similarly collaborated with the enemy against his own party’s presidential nominee.
“Paul Ryan would have handed over the country to Hillary Clinton if he had the opportunity,” the businessman asserted.
Nehlen said Ryan “waged a battle to tear down Donald Trump every opportunity he got.”
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If Republicans had any balls they would have 
defeated this open borders shit-stain.

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