Remember it’s a dual monarchy — it’s an illusion that two parties in both the House and Senate actually exist
(INTELLIHUB) — With just one day away from the Republicans self-imposed deadline to repeal botched Obamacare legislation, we can see that the GOP has no intention of achieving anything in favor of Trump, as both the Democrats and Republicans are wrapped up by the powers-that-be just as Intellihub has reported for years.
With high-paid talking heads like Rush Limbaugh claiming that the two party system actually exists, it’s hard for narrow-minded members of the general public to figure out the true pyramid scheme which is essentially the fact that the two party system does not exist and is nothing more than a dual monarchy. Essentially they are all wrapped up. Both Democrats and Republicans are two peas of the same pod, per se.
And to think, El Rushbo claims he is the smartest man on talk radio, yet he has no clue of this preplanned obvious singular dichotomy. What a joke. I am calling out El Rusbo here and now as a shill, and that’s all he has ever been. The man knows nothing and wants his listeners to believe that a two-party system actually exists.
You see, four committees in the GOP-controlled House and Senate were supposed to “deliver proposals by Jan. 27 to roll back major tenets of the 2010 health-care law,” according to the Wall Street Journal. But with no consequences, the Friday deadline will be missed by the GOP purposefully, making it tough for President Trump to get anything done without the use of executive orders. This is all by design. And if Trump keeps signing executive orders the mainline press will hammer him, likely by pushing the narrative that he is a dictator of sorts. This is what they want, as they can use this to their advantage to further carry out the elite’s actual agenda, which seems to still be on track. After all, Barack Obama is staying in Washington for no reason. So let’s be clear — the shadow government is likely in full effect.
The Wall Street Journal also reports:
In addition, the GOP strategy has shifted after a sizable group of Republicans balked at repealing the health care law without having a replacement in hand.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly said he wants to repeal and replace the law at effectively the same time. To make that happen, lawmakers are accelerating the development of the replacement plan — and slowing down the law’s repeal.
Now lawmakers, like Sen. Lamar Alexander (R, Tenn.), are holding up the repeal of the Affordable Healthcare Act in an effort to block it. “[…] we don’t want any of the repeal to take effect until there are concrete, practical alternatives in place.,” Alexander said, using the concept of replacement as an excuse to get nothing done which will likely delay the process for another year or so, despite Rep. Diane Black’s (R., Tenn.) claim that the repeal will likely pass the house by the end of the first quarter.
Let’s see what happens, shall we?
Shepard Ambellas is an opinion journalist and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News & Politics (Intellihub.com). Shepard is also known for producing Shade: The Motion Picture (2013) and appearing on Travel Channel’s America Declassified (2013). Shepard is a regular contributor to Infowars. Read more from Shep’s World. Get the Podcast. Follow Shep on Facebook and Twitter.