RINO Paul Ryan: Conservatives Have Embraced “Tribal Identity Politics”, Practicing Alinsky Tactics
There is a reason the mainstream media is called the lamestream entertainment media. When it comes to interviewing politicians, the “talking heads” and “Silicone Barbies” never follow up with questions that would shed light on some comments made by these charlatan politicians. Take host Joe Dickerson of “Face the Nation” and his interview of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI).
Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) said he believed conservatives have embraced “tribal identity politics,” in the style of leftist community organizer Saul Alinsky.
Host John Dickerson asked, “You’ve seen some President Trump’s rallies, do those rallies accentuate the things that unite us or are they — do they do something very successful in politics which is sow division in the country? Do you see that happening at his rallies?
Ryan said, “Sometimes, yeah. Not always but sometimes. I worry about tribal identity politics becoming the new norm of how politics is waged. As conservatives, we always thought this was sort of a left-wing Alinsky thing. Unfortunately the right practices identity politics as well. It’s the day and age, technology and everything else, identity politics which is now being pack practiced on both sides of the aisle is unfortunately working. I think we as leaders we got to figure out how do we make inclusive aspirational politics strategically valuable again.”
During the reign of Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Soebarkah, the media morons never asked one question of anyone about any of his speeches dividing the republic. And, it was almost every speech. Why? Well, the lamestream entertainment media supports the destruction of this republic via transformation into socialism.
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Ryan’s comments are about as RINO as one can get. In fact, it is Democratic all the way.
“I worry about tribal identity politics becoming the new norm of how politics is waged.” Tribal identity politics? What is that exactly, Mr. Ryan? We are in the united States, not a third world country trying to unite several different nomadic peoples together under one nation and banner. But, if you are referring to the extreme splinter groups that sprang up under the usurper-in-chief Barack Hussein Soetoro Soebarkah, well, Mr. Ryan, reach across the aisle and talk to the Democrats. Divisiveness has been being sown since 2008 when an illegitimate, unqualified, identity thief, king wannabe occupied the White House for eight years. The major culprits are Democrats. Politicians have been the ones urging “tribal identity politics” among the citizens. In fact, talk to “Mad Max”ine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Cory Booker and the rest of the anti-constitutional, violence promoting bunch.
“As conservatives, we always thought this was sort of a left-wing Alinsky thing. Unfortunately, the right practices identity politics as well.” The tribal identity politics, whatever that is, issue is a thing with anti-constitutionalist splinter groups … period. Those who support, protect and defend the Constitution don’t subscribe to identity politics, tribal or otherwise, nor is there a need to do so. As Constitutionalists, the “Alinsky thing” is a charlatan politician and anti-constitutionalist tool. If anyone on the “right” practices tribal identity politics, those individuals are caught up in the false left/right paradigm created by politicians to sow division in order to use government to create a solution, usually resulting in the trampling of God-given individual unalienable rights. Constitutionalists defending this republic against the anti-American policies and legislation violating the Constitution is not tribal identity politics; it’s standing up for the supreme law of the land, holding politicians accountable for their violations against the people.
“It’s the day and age, technology and everything else, identity politics which is now being pack practiced on both sides of the aisle is unfortunately working. I think we as leaders we got to figure out how do we make inclusive aspirational politics strategically valuable again.” And, there it is, right on cue – create the problem in order to get government involved in the solution. Mr. Ryan, what exactly is “inclusive aspirational politics” – a new phrase created by someone other than yourself as a “solution to the divisiveness politicians have sown?
And, where are all the social justice warrior individuals? Using a phrase like “tribal identity politics” should be creating a hullaballoo among those who see marginalization in everything? Nowhere to be found because Paul Ryan is basically their man in the Republican Party. Hopefully, no one pays attention to Paul Ryan anyway being the RINO and liar that he is.
Giving some slack to Speaker Ryan, there are very few “splinter groups” that are fanatical on what he terms “the right”; but, they are there. The majority of people on what he terms “the right” just want a conservative type of government that protects their rights, curbs spending, legislates for the American people instead of corporations, and stops micro-managing the lives of everyone through unconstitutional organizations and membership in “global” organizations. Citizens want to live their lives with as little government intrusion as possible.
Ryan, like most, are mired in the “left/right”, “Democratic/Republican” paradigm. Not all Democrats are for trashing the Constitution; neither are all the individuals subscribing to “the left.” The same goes for Republicans and those subscribing to “the right.” To break this forced by politicians “in-the-box” thinking, one has to ask oneself a simple question – do you support the Constitution, which is the supreme law of the land, first, and not a platform? Once you answer that question, then you can begin to look through a different set of eyes at issues and politicians. You will also discover that those individuals pushing anti-constitutional platforms and policies are the ultimate enemy of this republic.
Those enemies include politicians like Paul Ryan, RINO Republicans, some Democrats, all Democrat politicians, and those sowing divisiveness with terms like “tribal identity politics.” The reason Ryan is the enemy is he speaks against Alinsky tactics while using Alinsky tactics to foment anger on “the right.” Moreover, Ryan is about as conservative as Nancy Pelosi.
American citizens need to wake up to these types of tactics and realize that regardless of party, politicians are no one’s friend. They are only out for themselves. But, as long as citizens polarize along party lines, self-subscribed “identities” instead of being “Americans”, and socioeconomic demographics, while disregarding the Constitution, this republic is destined to suffer through tremendously difficult times. Only “we the people” can derail these politicians and their rhetoric by refusing to subscribe to it.
Article posted with permission from Freedom Outpost. Article by Suzanne Hamner