Trump Warns RINO Lawmakers Of Radical ‘Infrastructure’ Scam

Donald Trump is taking no prisoners.

Whether it’s the Radical Democrats thrusting America into a state of decline, or the RINOs in the GOP who follow close behind, Trump refused to be ensnared by popular opinion, leading the America First charge boisterously and confidently.

The Former President truly and bravely flies in the face of the current state of liberal hegemony — and perhaps he’s the only one doing so.

On Monday, Trump alerted Senate Republicans on the utter scam that is the Democrats’ “infrastructure” bill currently being negotiated in Washington. The bill’s price tag has reduced to about $1 trillion, but many Democrats refuse to vote affirmatively unless a “social infrastructure” follows behind it. Trump argues that a better deal is on the horizon, if only the GOP can wait until after midterms.

“Republicans, don’t let the Radical Left play you for weak fools and losers!” Trump wrote in one of his infamous statements.

You can read the Former President’s statement here:

Negotiations have continued over the weekend and details are expected to emerge on Monday.

Trump said Republicans were getting “absolutely savaged by Democrats” on the deal.

In his view, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his “small group of RINOs” are to blame for the possible acquiescence to the Radical Democrats.

Why would Republicans want to work with Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer, or Nancy Pelosi anyway?

Trump voiced his opinion about the infrastructure bill as the Senate prepares to complete negotiations on the proposal and unveil legislative text.

Joe Biden has emphasized the necessity of this infrastructure deal as he sees his legacy — or whatever is left of it — slip through his fingers. The cognitively-deficient president has yet to really achieve that legislative success many presidents do at this stage of their presidency. The infrastructure deal is potentially Biden’s first presidential milestone.

The Republican moderates (RINOs) leading the negotiations with the White House are Sens. Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, and Mitt Romney. All of whom are struggling to maintain support in their home states amidst a sea of America First midterm challengers.

Other Republicans have joined the talks, but face little-to-no political consequences as they are not up for reelection or are popular with Trump’s base. Those lawmakers are Sens. Lindsey Graham and Tom Tillis.

There are a few Republicans who’ve decided to work with Biden, but again face no political backlash as they plan to retire and not seek reelection. Sens. Bill Cassidy, Richard Burr, and Rob Portman are of those group of retirees.

Other republican senators such as Jerry Moran of Kansas, Mike Rounds of South Dakota, and Todd Young of Indiana remain in politically safe Republican states, allowing them to negotiate with Biden.

Author: Nolan Sheridan