This article may make me lose some of my fellow Trump supporters for daring to speak ill of Republicans, but I try not to be so incredibly one-sided in the information I give on my site. Not only that, but it is important to know that there are RINOs and infiltrators in our party that want to bring down America, just like the radical Leftists.
I received a snarky tweet from a random Leftist indicating I wouldn’t write about the GOP tyrants, as though I have a blind spot to your nonsense, if they’re behaving like little dictators. However, it did bring my bias to my attention, and I decided to write about the devious, China-bought, mini-dictator Governors of the United States of America.
So, thank you @tavyboyspfake (whatever the hell that handle means), and I really got a decent and informative article written thanks to your constructive criticism. God bless.
This breakdown is meant to shine a light on the many Governors, who are Republicans In Name Only (RINO), that are guilty of behaving like tyrants during the COVID-19 pandemic, what draconian measures they ordered, and if the people are taking it kindly.
As Town Hall put it, “If you’re a resident of Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, or West Virginia who voted Republican in your state’s most recent gubernatorial race, did you also hope your vote would help facilitate the voluntary admission of more refugees from the third world? If not, too bad, because that’s exactly what it did, thanks to an astonishing level of guilt-induced moral preening from eighteen (and counting) RINO squishes.”
It baffles me that these baffoons managed to become the Governors of the Red States, but it blows my mind even more that We The People act as though their orders are laws. Governors are not a part of the Legislature, and cannot write laws. There are no penal codes tied to orders because they are meant for laws. These tyrannical dictators do not belong governing our great states.
Alaska: Governor Dunleavy
Recall Governor Dunleavy
Alaskans for Recall of Dunleavy is a nonpartisan, Alaskan-based, grassroots-driven effort to recall Governor Michael J. Dunleavy.
Anchorage Daily News reported, “the State of Alaska must pay more than $190,000 to the group seeking the recall of Gov. Mike Dunleavy, an Anchorage Superior Court judge has ordered. The nine-page order, published Thursday, was issued in accordance with a state law that requires the losing side to pay the legal costs of the winning side in matters of constitutional law.”
On Dec. 1, a modified stay-at-home order, dubbed a “hunker down order,” began in Anchorage and is scheduled to go until Jan. 1, 2021. Though Alaska does not have a statewide mask order, the Governor does encourage its use.
Governor Dunleavy may think that We The People of Alaska should follow rules that he, himself, doesn’t have to follow. According to Left-wing Anchorage Press, “After telling Alaskans to wear masks, a video surfaced on the Alaska Landmine’s Twitter account showing the Governor without a mask at an apparent fundraiser. Seeing that he’s being recorded, Governor Dunleavy motions to stop recording.”
According to the Alaska Watchman, the people have had enough, “the event is just the latest in a series of peaceful protests and rallies that have swept across the city this year in response to mandates that have devastated local businesses. The latest mandate, which takes effect on Dec. 1, will once again shutter Anchorage restaurants, bars and breweries to all indoor services. It also completely closes movie theaters, bingo halls and entertainment venues, while banning organized sports and severely restricting most other businesses at a time when many finally begin to turn a profit.
On Nov. 30 Anchorage residents will drive their vehicles in a loop around city hall (632 W. 6th Ave.). Participants are encouraged to bring flags and signs.”
Again, on Dec. 7th, Alaska Watchman reported more protests in Anchorage saying, “with much of Anchorage back in lockdown mode after the latest emergency order issued by Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson, area residents are planning to voice their opposition at the upcoming Anchorage Assembly meeting.
A notice of the Dec. 8 protest is circulating on Facebook, asking residents to help “End the Lockdown!”
The planned gathering is only the latest in a long string of rallies, rolling caravans and protests outside the Anchorage Assembly Chambers and City Hall, which had drawn hundreds of participants since this past spring.”
Must Read Alaska reported on a summer protest, “over 250 citizens showed up after work to protest the mayor’s lockdowns of the Anchorage bars, restaurants, and the Municipal Assembly Chambers itself.
They stood along 36th Avenue waving signs and those driving by honked their horns in support. It was a festive atmosphere, impromptu and loosely organized. Although it was essentially a grassroots resistance, it wasn’t at all an angry Black Lives Matter rally, just a merry group of mandate defiers.
And they broke the law: According to the mayor’s orders, no groups may gather in Anchorage.”
Arizona: Governor Ducey
Accountable Arizona states on their site, “We seek to Recall Doug Ducey due to violations of his oath of office A.R.S. 38-231. Governor Ducey’s unwillingness to act during the COVID-19 pandemic have negatively impacted the state of Arizona. Governor Ducey’s indecision and inability to implement science-backed public safety measures had directly resulted in the illnesses and deaths of thousands of Arizonans. Governor Ducey’s decisions have significantly hurt our businesses and patrons. We seek to ensure the health and prosperity of all Arizonans with strong, decisive leadership that puts Arizonans first.”
In order to successfully recall Governor Ducey, the group needs to collect 594,111 signatures by January 16, 2021. If you are an unhappy constituent in Arizona, reach out to Accountable Arizona to sign the recall.
Republican U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar joined the fight to recall Governor Ducey, though for different reasons. According to KJZZ, “Halleck launched the recall over what he says is Ducey’s incompetent response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed nearly 7,000 Arizonans. Gosar supports the recall over Ducey’s refusal to overturn the state’s election results, awarding Democrat Joe Biden the state’s 11 electoral votes.”
USA Today reported, “Republican Gov. Doug Ducey on Dec. 2 unveiled a series of new mitigation measures. Saying Arizona’s numbers were “heading in the wrong direction,” he announced expanded health and safety requirements for public events approved by cities and counties.
He relaxed regulations on restaurants to encourage a shift from indoor to outdoor dining. And he declared that businesses that repeatedly disregard safety guidelines would face closure.
But the strategies stopped short of what health leaders had asked for. The governor did not implement a statewide curfew or a shutdown or put a stop to athletic events – all measures recommended by public health researchers and medical providers within the past week.
He also did not put in place a statewide mask mandate, which critics including Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman had called for.”
Georgia: Governor Kemp
State Scoop says of Governor Kemp, “Brian Kemp, who is now Georgia’s governor, was faulted for rejecting the federal government’s offer to conduct vulnerability assessments of the office’s computer systems as a safeguard against foreign hacking attempts. Kemp’s time as secretary of state was also marked by multiple instances of him mistaking legitimate network activity for a cyberattack.”
The Hill confirms the claim of the Dominion contract on said date in the above Tweet, “Georgia awarded a $107 million contract to voting equipment manufacturer Dominion Voting Systems to implement a “verified paper ballot system” in the state prior to the March 2020 presidential primaries, the Georgia secretary of State’s office announced Monday. This will involve replacing current voting machines in Georgia with machines from Dominion that print a paper ballot after the voter has made their choices to further secure the vote against outside interference.”
From his behavior, I would classify Governor Kemp as a RINO, if not a traitor to the Republic. Tennessee Star reported, “In July of 2019, Li Qiangmin, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China, met with Kemp in Atlanta to discuss trade and tourism issues, according to U.S. China News.” and the following was remarked about the meeting:
On behalf of the state government, Governor Brian Kemp thanked Consul General Li Qiangmin for his contribution to the development of Trade and Tourism between China and Georgia over the past five years. Consul General Li stressed the importance of the development of friendly relations between China and the United States and welcomed Governor Brian Kemp’s early visit to China.
After the meeting, Gov. Brian Kemp personally presented “Inspired Georgia” to Consul General Li Qiangmin on the title page of the book. Consul General Li also returned fine Chinese crafts to the governor.
Also attending the meeting were the Executive Director of China Affairs of the Georgia Economic Development Agency, China Chief Representative (Global Business) Xu Siwei and Jassy, China Manager of the Jozhou Tourism Bureau, and Liu Bo and Ge Mingdong, Head of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston.
The deal with Dominion that occurred two weeks after that meeting was opposed by both Republicans and Democrats in the Georgia Legislature.
The New York Times reported in June of 2020 that there was “some evidence that heavy lobbying and sales tactics have played a role in their adoption in Georgia and elsewhere.” According to the report, Georgia has eight registered lobbyists for Dominion, including Lewis Abit Massey, a former Democratic Georgia Secretary of State, and Jared Thomas, former chief of staff for Republican Governor Brian Kemp.
Not surprisingly, there is a call to recall Governor Kemp. The Recall Governor Kemp writes, “We are a group of concerned citizens who believe that Governor Brian Kemp has failed in his duty as governor to protect the lives and livelihoods of the people of Georgia. His mind is made up – he would rather play politics than protect his constituents. It is for this reason that there is only one course of action left to us – we must recall Governor Kemp.”
On November 30th, Governor Kemp announced that he was extending the state’s existing coronavirus restrictions through Jan. 8. He extended existing social distancing and sanitization restrictions for businesses, gatherings and long-term elderly care facilities. The order keeps in place a ban on large gatherings of 50 or more, and also continues to keep wearing a mask voluntary at the statewide level rather than mandatory. So, I’ll give him that. Being in favor small government I agree with his choice for cities and counties to be allowed to make their own decisions on mask mandates as long as their local requirements do not apply to businesses and residences. However, I also do not believe the government has the right to make anyone wear a face covering.
Maryland: Governor Hogan
For a taste of who this RINO is, look no further, the Huff Post reported Governor Hogan’s thoughts on the 2020 Election, “It’s just getting ridiculous at this point. This election is over. The president had every opportunity to provide some kind of evidence of widespread voter fraud. We haven’t seen any. All the court cases are done ― the Supreme Court refused to hear the case because there wasn’t any factual evidence”
That should be a red flag when a “Republican” is parroting the lie that there was no evidence of voter fraud. The constituents seem to be catching on to his RINO ways.
Hilariously, Governor Hogan, previously hinted to the New York Times that he may run for president, and said the American people want someone in the White House who is “pragmatic” and will “compromise.”
Pragmatic. As Inigo Montoya in The Princess Bride would say, “you keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” This is the politician who was so “practical” and “concerned with the affairs of the State” that he wrote in Ronald Reagan for President in the 2020 US Presidential Election because “Ronald Reagan was the guy.”
Not that I disagree. Ronald Reagan was the guy, but a pragmatic person would not be writing in a vote for a deceased president in a monumental election that literally could fundamentally change the fate of our nation. I can’t think of anything except that he is a clown, and if he is not capable of making difficult decisions, or even considered this decision between a Republic and a Communist nation to be difficult, he has no place leading a people.
Maryland Matters reported in April, “the president made a passing reference to RINOs — Republicans in Name Only — during a lengthy and rambling COVID-19 briefing on Monday, though he left his audience to speculate about whom he was referring to. To Maryland-based observers, it sure felt like a swipe at Hogan.”
Todd Eberly, a political science professor at St. Mary’s College of Maryland speculated at the time, “so when the president refers to a RINO Republican [governor] who isn’t happy, it’s really hard to imagine it’s anybody other than Hogan.”
November 23rd, Governor Larry Hogan, who has taken the pandemic as a chance to go full on dictator, like notable Democrat Governors Newsom of California and Cuomo of New York, announcing state police would launch a COVID-19 enforcement initiative adding more police presence in several Maryland cities to end the large gatherings violating the state’s ridiculous health restrictions.
According to Governor Hogan, they were “launching a wide-scale, all-hands-on-deck compliance, education and enforcement operation,” he said at a news conference in Annapolis. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency even sent an emergency alert to cellphones on Thanksgiving Eve at 5 pm to remind Marylanders of COVID-19 enforcement efforts.
Governor Hogan set new restrictions on November 20th, including unscientifically ordering restaurants and bars to close by 10 pm and limiting capacity at retail businesses, even (unconstitutionally diminishing) religious institutions to 50% capacity! It is also important to note that the state has had a mask mandate since April!
Massachusetts: Governor Baker
First off, the fact that Governor Baker was extended an invitation to join the Democrat Party should be a huge red flag!
According to the Boston Herald, “the offer to abandon the Republican Party and become a Democrat came after Baker was handed his head on Super Tuesday when he lost all control of the Republican State Committee. The 80-member committee, headed by conservative former Rep. Jim Lyons, is now firmly in the hands of pro Donald Trump conservatives by a 60-20 margin.”
“He really needs to have a backbone,” Gus Bickford said of RINO (Republican in name only) Baker last week. Bickford, chairman of the Democrat State Committee, issued his invitation to Baker during an interview on “Keller@ Large” on WBZ- TV. Even the Democrats are saying he’s spineless.
He has caught the attention of President Trump for how he is, or rather is not, handling the clear fraud that occurred in Massachusetts during the 2020 US Presidential Election. The president took direct aim at the Massachusetts governor, saying the Republican-In-Name-Only governor is on the wrong side of the 2020 election mail-in ballot debate.
Law Enforcement Today reported back in April that Governor Baker clearly has no respect for our Constitutional Rights, “Baker issued an executive order #21, and Massachusetts published a list of essential businesses, which included firearm and ammunition retailers, plus manufacturers, retailers, importers and shooting ranges. Specifically, it said:
“Here is the full list from the governor’s office:Governor Baker
“…Workers supporting the operation of firearm or ammunition product manufacturers, retailers, importers, distributors and shooting ranges.”
Initially, Baker had not deemed gun shops as essential businesses. That was changed when he issued Order #21. Seems pretty clear, no? Well lo and behold, Wednesday morning that language had disappeared from the state’s website.
This article from The Hill tells you just which side of the aisle he’s really on, “the Massachusetts governor also joined Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) in urging Senate Republicans to wait until after the presidential election to appoint a replacement for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
“I urge President Trump and the U.S. Senate to allow the American people to cast their ballots for President before a new justice is nominated or confirmed, [adding that the nomination] is too important to rush and must be removed from partisan political infighting.”Baker said shortly after the passing of Justice Ginsburg
Baker is one of the nation’s most popular governors, due largely to support from Democrats. An August University of Massachusetts-Lowell survey found that 89 percent of likely Democratic primary voters approve of his performance.”
Since May, all residents in the state of Massachusetts must wear face coverings, even when they can maintain 6 feet of distance from others, under the order. Governor Baker instituted a partial stay-at-home order effective November 6th. The revised order “seeks to restrict late-night congregating, telling residents to stay home from 10 pm to 5 am. But it allows trips to work, running “critical errands,” such as going for groceries or for health reasons, and allows people to take walks.”
Allows people to take walks. That is not a sentence I ever thought I would hear in America. No one, NO ONE, allows you to take walks. It is your Right to pursue Life. Just like you have the Right to fresh air in your lungs.
Restaurants, liquor stores, gyms, hair salons, theaters and some other recreational businesses and attractions must close from 9:30 pm to 5 am because COVID-19 runs a tight ship, and timing is key for avoiding running into it… Restaurants, however, may be allowed to stay later for takeout food. Apparently COVID-19 avoids places that serve foods. Private gatherings at people’s homes, limited to 10 people inside and 25 outdoors; oh, and you’re required to start packing by 9:30 pm. Because science.
Ohio: Governor DeWine
It is no surprise that Governor DeWine of Ohio made the list, as he is currently in the process of being impeached by the House GOP for his draconian lockdown measures, or as they call it an “abuse of power,” bringing into account the harms that lockdowns incur on their constituents, such as an increase in suicide rates. There were twelve articles of impeachment filed on DeWine, and I commend the honorable Republicans who are standing up against tyranny.
He continues to have callous disregard for the fact that his isolation policies have led to a shockingly high number of suicides, alarming rates of drug abuse, persistently high unemployment, and the forced abandonment of the elderly by their loved ones.Breifing from Ohio House Representative John Becker
The Ohio General Assembly voted mid-November to strip Governor DeWine of the “ultimate authority,” afforded to him by his health department, to impose statewide pandemic orders. Senate Bill 311 was approved in the Ohio House on a party-line vote by a margin of 58-32.
PJ Media fantastically explained the concerns about Governor DeWine’s misconduct, and possibility for more, saying, “Under current law, the department of health has “ultimate authority in matters of quarantine and isolation, which it may declare, modify, and enforce.” Gov. DeWine, a Republican, has used the broad authority granted to the health department to issue dozens upon dozens of mandates, lockdowns, school and business closures, trampling the civil liberties of Ohioans, crippling businesses across the state, and keeping children out of their classrooms.
The legislature stripped the word “ultimate” from the code and further modified it to say that the department “shall not issue a general, mandatory statewide or regional quarantine or isolation order that applies to and is enforced against individuals who have not been either directly exposed to or medically diagnosed with the disease that is the subject of the order.”
Further, the health department will no longer be permitted to issue a standing order to prevent the spread of a contagion or infectious disease that “has the effect of being a general, mandatory statewide or regional quarantine or isolation order” that applies to individuals who have neither been directly exposed to or diagnosed with the infection in question.”
Governor DeWine has other less appealing qualities, such as how he is no stranger to the dangerous duo, Dr. Birx and Dr. Fauci, Daily Stormer quoted him saying, “You know, my contact at the White House has been Dr. Birx, Dr. Fauci. They have been aligned very, very closely. The message has been, ‘We got to take this seriously, we got to wear a mask’,” DeWine told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union”.
The comments from DeWine come at a time when both Birx and Fauci, two prominent members of the task force, have receded from public view at the White House while Atlas has become one of President Donald Trump’s closest advisers on the public health crisis, something that has frustrated the other doctors.
Ohio has had a mask mandate since July. Republican Gov. Mike DeWine announced a three-week, overnight stay-at-home order for Ohioans starting Nov. 19. The order, aimed at getting people to stay home from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly, comes as COVID-19 infections as daily cases have tripled in the last three weeks. DeWine also said most retail businesses will be closed during those hours.
“Basically, we want people home by 10 o’clock,” DeWine said, adding people who have to work late nights and early mornings are permitted to do so.
According to USA Today Governor DeWine was, “threatening to close restaurants, bars and fitness centers, imposing a revised mask order that could briefly close businesses for violations and cracking down on post-event gatherings.”
During a statewide address the governor callously discriminated against bars, restaurants and fitness centers, saying they could be ordered closed a week from Thursday “if the current trend continues and cases keep increasing,” unfairly leaving We The People unsure of where our next paycheck comes from. Naturally, Governor DeWine did not specify what virus case level would actually trigger the closures. It seems he took some lessons from Gavin Newsom on locking down the citizens of America.
Governor DeWine announced last Thursday that he would be extending the state’s overnight curfew until January 2, 2021; just in time to ruin New Years Eve. But what kind of fun would a socially distanced New Years be? Maybe we can all be in individual plastic bubbles as we watch the ball drop in Time Square…if they are even going to do it. I wouldn’t put it past DeBlasio since he is such a stellar patriot that he attempted at canceling the 9/11 ceremony over COVID-19.
Vermont: Governor Scott
Vermont Governor Phil Scott playing dictator, and gave schools the green light to interrogate students about their Thanksgiving activities following the break. Obviously, this is a “turn-in your neighbor” situation, except that it is “turn-in your parents!”
His idea was that students or parents who admit to violating the state’s holiday travel and gathering rules will be forced to participate in online school for two weeks, he announced via Twitter on Tuesday. The penalty for having people over, in your own house for a national holiday, will be to punish the children. But don’t worry, it is reduced to one week if the students in question take a COVID-19 test.
According to the Washington Times, he displayed “a disgraceful show of political grandstanding, released a statement saying he supported the leftist-led impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.” RINO.
The Times went on to list some facts that show Scott’s true colors. Though he “won a second gubernatorial term in 2018, in a state that went overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton in 2016, in a state known for far-left progressive policies, in the state that brought to Congress the socialist-minded Sen. Bernie Sanders, has been an anti-Trumper from the get-go.
He’s criticized Trump‘s pick of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and called on the Senate to delay confirmation.
He’s criticized Trump‘s rollback of climate change regulations.
He is a RINO.
Governor Phil Scott announced November 10th that all travelers going in or out of Vermont for nonessential reasons are required to quarantine. The state has also revised its guidance for recreational sports and college athletics, and it has issued some of the most stringent restrictions to ski resorts.
On November 13th, Scott announced new restrictions on social gatherings, with early closing for bars and a ban on multiple household gatherings. The restrictions took effect at 10 pm on November 14th, when bars and social clubs will be closed to in-person service but may offer take-out. Restaurants must close to in-person service by 10 p.m. each night. The state is requiring restaurants, gyms, museums, and other establishments to keep a daily log of visitors. Also, Vermont has had a statewide mask mandate since August.
God Bless South Dakota’s Governor Kristi Noem
Republican Gov. Kristi Noem has repeatedly said she won’t issue a statewide mask requirement and has voiced doubts about health experts who say face coverings prevent infections from spreading.
On Nov. 13, Noem’s office said she has no intention of using state resources to enforce any federal COVID-19 orders on masks that might come from a Biden administration and that she doesn’t have the power to enact one statewide.
Florida’s Governor De Santis: Setting a Good Example
USA Today also reported, “Florida has not implemented any new restrictions. On Oct. 22, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis loosened restrictions on visits to nursing homes, saying higher risk of infection is outweighed by positive mental health benefits of increased social interaction.
Florida does not have a statewide mask mandate.
On November 25th, Governor DeSantis extended a September executive order aimed at preventing business shutdowns during the pandemic. The order barred local emergency ordinances that could “prevent an individual from working or from operating a business.”
It also prevented local governments from requiring restaurants to operate below 50% indoor capacity and required local governments to quantify the economic impact and the public-health need for limits on indoor capacity below 100%. The order suspended the collection of penalties and fines for violations of such things as local mask ordinances, though it did not outright ban the ordinances.”
They don’t quite have the catastrophic California or New York-style lockdowns in the Red States, praise the Lord, aside from Ohio Governor DeWine, but I would still consider this government overreach. They need to back off our Rights.
We have the God-given, not government-given, Right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. We are not supposed to just be surviving, we are supposed to be living! Children shouldn’t be yelled at for pulling their mask down, desperate for AIR, real, clean, fresh air. That air is their RIGHT.
When is enough enough? Stand up against tyranny. Disobey lockdown orders!!! How much does Liberty mean to you?
Call to Action:
- Get/stay INFORMED AND EDUCATED
- Watch/read news from BOTH SIDES.
- PROTECT your family and fellow Patriots
- Engage in CIVIL DISCOURSE
- REFUTE misinformation
- CONTINUE TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR DONALD J TRUMP
This is a civil war between Communism and America. There is no more Democrat vs Republican right now. America needs to be united in the party of Patriots who believe in our constitution and the inherent right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
The radical Left has thrown their hail Mary, and we need to get our heads in the game and intercept that pass before it’s too late. Whether or not you believe Orange Man Bad, President Donald J Trump is the only hope for remaining a constitutional republic.
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