The People Have No Use for Washington
Washington has become a cesspool of uselessness.
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Snerdley said during the break, “So you’re an anti-government guy now?” No, no, no, no. Don’t misunderstand me. Everybody knows what I mean. I’m not an anti-government revolutionary, this kind of crackpot that they’re trying to pigeonhole everybody into. Here’s my point. And, by the way, folks, when it comes to the Cantor election, I’m not gonna sit here and arrogantly tell you that I know why it happened.
Like everybody else, I have some pretty good educated guesses. But I’ll tell you what I do know. I do know that congressman Cantor had ceased to be perceived as having his own district in mind as he did things. He clearly had become an agent of the inside-the-Beltway establishment, and I’m telling you: The divide, the gap, the distance between the elite establishment and average Americans has never been greater.
And Congressman Cantor was seen as part of that very small yet powerful group of elites in the establishment to whom what happens in the rest of the country is not even known, nor is there much concern for it. You know, this border business. As I say, if they were serious about securing the border, if they really thought that that’s all they had to do to get support for amnesty, then they’d be out there doing it.
They’d be stopping these kids, however this is happening. But, no! We’re letting ’em in, we’re depositing them in military bases, in bus stations. The next thing to come is their parents. People can figure this out. I think it’s no more complicated than this: People have less and less respect for and use for Washington, the whole thing. Republicans, Democrats, the administration, the administrative state, the regulatory state, the bureaucracy, the FDA, the IRS, all of this.