Con Inc Plots Third-Party Effort to Sabotage MAGA Candidates in the Republican Party
Conservative Inc. representatives, led by failed 2016 presidential candidate and CIA operative Evan McMullin, are plotting a third-party designed to syphon votes from the Republicans and enable Democrats to keep pro-MAGA politicians out of office.
McMullin reportedly hosted a Zoom call with dozens of veteran GOP operatives who are looking for their next grift. They hope to woo over so-called true conservatives with platitudes about the free market and Constitution.
Even though they will use this rhetoric, the political organization will support Democrats when they feel like their endorsement could push them over the top. Two names they are considering are the nauseatingly pretentious Integrity Party and the incredibly unappealing Center-Right Party.
Individuals participating in the call included turncoats such as John Mitnick, general counsel for the Department of Homeland Security under Trump; former Republican congressman Charlie Dent; Elizabeth Neumann, deputy chief of staff in the Homeland Security Department under Trump; and Miles Taylor, the former Trump homeland security official who bragged about participating in a deep state conspiracy to undermine his boss’s agenda in a New York Times op/ed.
“Large portions of the Republican Party are radicalizing and threatening American democracy,” McMullin said to Reuters.
“The party needs to recommit to truth, reason and founding ideals or there clearly needs to be something new,” he added.
Big League Politics has reported on McMullin’s never-ending deep state quest to subvert President Trump’s agenda and spit in the faces of Republican voters:
A group of hardcore ideological neoconservatives and disaffected Never Trumpers is planning a troll ‘counter-convention’ during the August Republican Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, hoping to somehow derail President Trump’s reelection prospects with the puerile, reactionary stunt.
Failed 2016 independent spoiler candidate Evan McMullin is headlining the stunt event. The event is being billed as a “Convention on Founding Principles,’ and it appears that it’s being conducted in a primarily virtual format, undermining any claim that it’s more than a livestream. The faux convention is being billed under the wing of a Never Trumper group called “Republicans for a New President,” which primarily exists to enrich fat cat political consultants who detest grassroots Republican voters with donations from billionaire anti-Trump oligarchs.
McMullin, who suffered an embarrassing defeat in his single-state Utah presidential campaign, is advertising the convention as a celebration of his vision of the Republican Party. The former CIA operative and staunch neoconservative is claiming the event will help to return the GOP to its “pre-Trump” principles, invoking the failed presidential campaign Mitt Romney and disastrous presidency of George W. Bush.
McMullin’s latest subversion plot will probably not do much better than any of his previous attempts, however, his actions show that deep state spooks will never put America first.