Trump supporters had high hopes for Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) after he beat his liberal rival in last year’s November election, but now the freshman senator is joining establishment types in opposing black patriot Herman Cain’s appointment at the Federal Reserve.
“If I had to [vote] today, I would vote no,” Cramer said to reporters about Cain on Thursday.
Trump intends to nominate Cain, who used to work at the Kansas City Federal Reserve, alongside Stephen Moore, a white-skinned author and wonkish conservative thinktank type.
The establishment Republicans don’t have much of a problem with Moore, but are crying foul about Cain. Hmmmm, whatever could be the reason?
Unsurprisingly, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), whose family has become a festering herpes sore on the vag of the GOP, is holding down the black man as well.
“I don’t think Herman Cain would be confirmed by the Senate, and I think the president would be wise to nominate someone who is less partisan and more experienced in the world of economics,” Romney said. “I would anticipate voting no if he were nominated.”
Other hate-filled Republican Senators who are lynching Cain’s reputation include Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Cory Gardner (R-CO). They have the numbers to stop this strong black man from getting a position in power at the Federal Reserve while also damaging President Trump and make him look weak.
Cocaine Mitch is essentially admitting defeat. The bigots have won this round!
“There are two things the administration ought to consider before nominating someone: first a background check and second, likelihood of confirmation. And generally better to check that up in advance before you send that nomination up,” Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said on Thursday afternoon. “There are a number of members … who had some reservations about some of the names that have been mentioned.”
The government will be less diverse thanks to the craven decision of these establishment Republican obstructionists whose hearts are dominated by hate and malice. Their brothers in hoods and robes will likely appreciate hearing how they held a black man down during their next secret meeting.