There’s a particular trend pattern to identify DeceptiCons in the Republican party. The Arizona Governor, Doug Ducey, is one easily identifiable member of that club.
The DeceptiCons support leftist goals and objectives; they are paid handsomely for their duplicity to support them; but they hide their support through parliamentarian tricks (cloture votes) and obtuse justification. Cue the demonstration:
The Arizona GOP (party process) is almost as politically corrupt as the Virginia GOP. However, the difference is the current legislative branch is still representing the majority of Arizona voters…. (whereas the Virginia GOP has been consumed by corruption and now pass club rules to protect themselves).
The republican legislature sends Ducey a bill to create stronger election integrity and a bill to block the indoctrination of Critical Race Theory in the classroom,… but the Governor arbitrarily says that’s not their jobs, focus on other stuff…. or else. Think about the scale of hubris at work there.
The same governor who kicked Mike Lindell out of the RGA conference in Tennessee last week also vetoed 22 legislative bills. Here’s the list:
HB 2554 — Requires that those chosen by parties to represent them at polling places be registered to vote in Arizona.
HB 2792 — Prohibits the delivery of early ballots to anyone who has not specifically requested one.
SB 1074 — Bans requiring public employees to have to participate in “critical race theory’’ training.
SB 1022 — Renames references in law from “product of human conception’’ to ‘’unborn child.’’
SB 1030 — Makes various changes to the practices and procedures of the Psychiatric Security Review Board, which has jurisdiction of people found “guilty except insane.’’
SB 1119 — Requires the attorney general to review the constitutionality of any executive orders by the president.
SB 1121 — Imposes new requirements for the the security, packaging and labeling of marijuana.
SB 1127 — Allows motorists to travel faster on some state highways without facing criminal charges.
SB 1135 — Increases the deduction available on individual income taxes for putting money into 529 college savings programs.
SB 1176 — Creates a “produce incentive program” to encourage purchase of Arizona-grown crops by people using food stamps.
SB 1215 — Exempts some liquor sales from certain labeling requirements.
SB 1408 — Mandates research on the correlation between marijuana use and mental illness.
SB 1514 — Requires the Department of Housing to provide emergency shelter beds in western Maricopa County for homeless seniors who are at least 55 years old.
SB 1526 — Allows a prisoner to receive a certificate after completing a training program to work in a field or trade and ensures female prisoners get feminine hygiene products without being charged.
SB 1635 — Makes numerous technical corrections to laws already enacted.
SB 1716 — Establishes the Joint Legislative Psychiatric Hospital Review Council and requires a surveillance system at the Arizona State Hospital.
HB 2001 — Creates a retroactive income tax credit for part of the value of land donated for a site for a traditional public or charter school.
HB 2070 — Provides for the release of original birth certificates that were sealed due to an adoption.
HB 2296 — Requires the Department of Transportation to suspend rather than revoke someone’s driving privileges after a second conviction of reckless driving, aggressive driving or racing.
HB 2303 — Mandates the health department to conduct proficiency testing of independent laboratories that test marijuana.
HB 2414 — Authorizes the health department to inspect any medical marijuana dispensary during normal business hours.
HB 2674 — Permits some people who were convicted of sex offenses to eliminate the need for them to register.
The DeceptiCon wing of the party feels emboldened by the lack of the MAGA contingent to push back forcefully against them. There are times when it becomes necessary to separate from bad people and unfortunately the Republican party does not seem capable of getting rid of the conniving corrupt internal elements.
Remember, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was blocked from entry into the Republican Governors Association (RGA) in Tennessee. because members of the RGA were concerned that Lindell would confront them over their election fraud inaction. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is the Chairman of the RGA.
As we have all witnessed in the era of “Trump the outsider”, this DeceptiCon club has many tentacles. The DeceptiCon network is embedded deep inside the institution of the RNC, which is now chaired by Mitt Romney’s niece Ronna McDaniel. Essentially you can look at Ronna McDaniel’s curriculum vitae as a roadmap to the underlying agenda.
The larger goal of the current RNC network is to retain the club priority in similar fashion to what the Virginia GOP looks like. Those who control the republican party in Virginia are purists in the establishment GOP outlook. Pontificating Wall Street types, globalists in the form of UniParty members, who work openly to eliminate the threat of a true conservative base. The Virginia GOP will change any rule, undermine any candidate and intentionally lose elections (if needed) in order to retain the DeceptiCon agenda.
The outlook amid these cocktail class republicans toward the MAGA movement is identical as their former outlook toward the Tea Party. They view populism and ‘America First’ as a threat to their ideological goals and globalist objectives. This outlook is now being reinforced in several states by the party apparatus (see what happened to Mike Lindell). Ronna McDaniel facilitates the DeceptiCon club directly, indirectly and through a process of willful blindness.
The fight continues…