Longtime George W. Bush political operative, the “architect” of big government republicanism and FOX News contributor, establishment RINO Karl Rove, went on the attack against constitutional conservatives on Sunday, targeting one congressman specifically, while purposely mispronouncing his name in order to belittle him.
Appearing butthurt, most likely because Republican establishment leadership is falling like dominoes tumbling down stairs, on FOX News Sunday, RINO Rove singled out House Tea Party Caucus Chairman Tim Huelskamp for being a thorn in the side of the Republican establishment, all while mispronouncing his name “Holes-in-camp.”
Rove, who shockingly called for the repeal of the Second Amendment of the Constitution in June, joined the rest of the FOX News Sunday panel (and most of the rest of the media), as calling for pro-illegal amnesty advocate and establishment stooge Paul Ryan to be the next speaker.
“One of the problems is that we have some [congressional] members — Holes-in-camp for example — who Jim Jordan talked about, who got tossed off the Agriculture Committee.”
In 2012, outgoing speaker John “Bendover” Boehner punished Rep. Huelskamp along with Reps. Justin Amash (R-MI), Walter Jones (R-NC), and David Schweikert (R-AZ), by removing them from their committee assignments after they voted against Paul Ryan’s bloated budget and tax hike deal, negotiated with Marxist Democrat Patty Murray (Commie-WA).
Conservatives in the House are pushing for a speaker who will not punish members for voting to stop the big government freight train, led by Obama with the help of establishment Republicans like Boehner and “Obama’s Mitch” McConnell.
Last week Congressman Kevin McCarthy, Boehner’s hand-picked successor, shocked the political world by unexpectedly dropping out of the race, realizing that conservatives had enough votes to keep him from reaching the 218-vote threshold necessary to be elected speaker, along with swirling rumors about an extra-marital affair with fellow Republican, Congresswoman Renee Ellmers from North Carolina.
October 29th is the date set for the House to elect a new speaker. Congressmen Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) and Daniel Webster (R-FL) have also declared their candidacy, although over the weekend other names surfaced as possibilities like Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN).
The clip discussed above begins at around the 8:00 minute mark.
h/t: Washington Examiner