There are times in life when we all have an epiphany, and suddenly, we can see things clearly.
It’s like a cloud of BS lifts, and the truth that’s been there all along is now staring us straight in the face.
I had that happen to me back in 2015/2016.
I’ve been a Republican my entire life.
Before I was registered to vote, I was part of the “Young Republicans” in high school, and I’ve toed the party line like a good little girl for decades.
I voted for that traitor McCain, and RINO Romney, heck, I even volunteered and worked on Romney’s campaign.
I was in a GOP stupor.
I thought if you had an “R” next to your name, you were one of the good guys.
It never dawned on me that someone with an “R” could be a bad guy.
I dunno how I could have been that naïve and gullible, but it’s true, I really was.
And then President Trump came along, and I went on this really uncomfortable journey, where I realized my own party, the one I had been fighting for since I was a teenager, sucked.
Well, this guy I am about to share with you must’ve had a similar journey… because the truth about the Dem Party has finally dawned on him.
And he doesn’t sound too happy…
You can watch the video below (warning language):
I actually like this guy. He’s a liberal. And I like him. pic.twitter.com/9Skxq3rve6
— Ultra Jeff (@RidinRoadsTX) June 29, 2022
Wouldn’t it be great if all of us had this realization that the politicians on both sides are just playing one big chess game and we’re the pawns, and we stopped fighting each other and turned our full attention on them?
That’s what they’re trying like hell to avoid, trust me.
In the meantime, the best suggestion I have is don’t feed the machine.
If you like a candidate, donate to them directly, don’t give your money to the RNC or these career swampers.
Focus on the local stuff.
Because what this guy is realizing on his side is exactly what’s happening on our side too.
National politics is one big grift.
The whole system is a corrupt mess.
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