Conservative Review: Top 25 Rinos Hall of Shame

115th Congress

"This is the elite membership of the establishment unifying to get rid of Donald Trump and make sure that nothing of his announced agenda happens. No wall, no tax reform, no immigration reform of substance, and certainly no repealing of Obamacare. Not all members of the establishment are equally powerful. There are those who run it. You don’t know who they are. They don’t seek office. They’re not officeholders. They are the chess players, the puppeteers.

These are the people who assign roles. These are the people who determine how much money from the pile goes where, how much they get, and they then have the power (because of their ability to disburse the money), who gets it and therefore who remains loyal to the power and the elite club known as the establishment. They’re all aligned and unified now to deny Donald Trump — and if they can, to sabotage his presidency. They don’t care about impeachment. Just paralyze him. This has been from day one." 
-Rush Limbaugh 07-18-2017


If you have ever wondered why the country keeps moving left, no matter which party is in power, it's simple.  There is only one party in America, and it is the establishment party, all talk to the contrary is smoke and mirrors.   

Before Former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice's scheduled testimony today before the Senate Intelligence Committee was canceled, Republican Chairman Burr made the decision for the hearing to be held in private, not publicly where the nation could learn first hand why she unmasked General Michael Flynn.  

If politics matter, and they do, a Democratic chairperson would have done the same thing Burr did in order not to possibly embarrass Rice and in turn Obama and the Democratic Party while taking the spotlight off of the mess the Republican Congress finds itself in along with the continual war drums beating against the President.  In other words, Burr could have for once, put the Democrats on the defense.   Burr it turns out however is a top 25 "Republican in name only" or "RINO".  

After making promise after promise since 2010 to repeal and replace Obamacare, and now with a Republican Congress and President, the Senate today announced repeal and replace is dead in the water.  

We knew it was a scam when they exempted themselves from their own bill, just like the Democrats did under Obamacare.

Even after the Republicans became the majority party in both Houses in 2014 they continued to fund Obamacare and every other liberal agenda, including abortion, and again this year despite Trumps unprecedented victory via the monstrosity known as Omnibus spending.  

With all of the ridiculous lies, smears and attacks against Trump, what Republicans, not in his cabinet can you think of that come to his defense and call the Democrats out? 
I can't think of any either. In this they are joining the Democrats.

They talk tough at election time, but when do they ever really fight back?   

The Republican's NEVER have held Obama or anyone in his regime accountable, and don't expect justice to start now. If somehow it does, it will be despite Congress, not because of their help.  Not with about 100 Senators and Congressman talking like Conservatives when the camera's are rolling, and voting like the Progressives they are when it matters.  Republican congressional leadership is as much the swamp as any creature the Democrats have. 

RINO's are wolves in sheep clothes.  They lie to their constituents to garner votes, but once in the small elite establishment club known as Congress, they bow down to the powers that be. 

And the "powers that be" in Congress are not kind, nor are they on the side of the People or have an "America first" agenda.  

Ever notice that the "District of Colombia" where the seat of all three branches of our government reside, is not in a state?  It is truly not part of the United States, but its own District, separate from We the People.  

These are just a few examples of the Republican Party that is supposed to be party of small government, acting like liberals.   

If it quacks like a duck... 

It may finally be time for a third party that will separate the wheat from the tares; no Progressives allowed. 

If such a party would arise, I wouldn't be surprised if Trump joined it, if he survives, in 2020.  

-W.E.


ConservativeReview

The top 25 politicians in Conservative Review’s Top 25 Conservatives are determined by CR editors using a points system. A politician who receives a first-place vote is assigned 25 points, second-place votes receive 24 points, and so on.


Rank Member Liberty Score®
135
Votes
2nd
Previous
Paul Ryan
Representative from WI
18 years in DC

 F

 51%
128
Votes
1st
Previous
John McCain
Senator from AZ
30 years in DC

 F

 33%
115
Votes
7th
Previous
Lisa Murkowski
Senator from AK
14 years in DC

 F

 22%
114
Votes
4th
Previous
Lindsey Graham
Senator from SC
14 years in DC

 F

 33%
97
Votes
16th
Previous
Thad Cochran
Senator from MS
38 years in DC

 F

 24%
96
Votes
8th
Previous
Mitch McConnell
Senator from KY
32 years in DC

 F

 42%
95
Votes
9th
Previous
Orrin Hatch
Senator from UT
40 years in DC

 F

 31%
88
Votes
10th
Previous
Kevin McCarthy
Representative from CA
10 years in DC

 F

 36%
82
Votes
3rd
Previous
Lamar Alexander
Senator from TN
14 years in DC

 F

 17%
81
Votes
13th
Previous
Bob Corker
Senator from TN
10 years in DC

 F

 47%
79
Votes
5th
Previous
Susan Collins
Senator from ME
20 years in DC

 F

 12%
74
Votes
15th
Previous
Tom Cole
Representative from OK
14 years in DC

 F

 33%
68
Votes
12th
Previous
Jeff Flake
Senator from AZ
4 years in DC

 F

 53%
64
Votes
18th
Previous
John Cornyn
Senator from TX
14 years in DC

 F

 40%
61
Votes
19th
Previous
Peter King
Representative from NY
24 years in DC

 F

 27%
59
Votes
6th
Previous
Mike Simpson
Representative from ID
18 years in DC

 F

 32%
56
Votes
11th
Previous
Harold Rogers
Representative from KY
36 years in DC

 F

 29%
43
Votes
17th
Previous
Don Young
Representative from AK
43 years in DC

 F

 33%
42
Votes
29th
Previous
Rob Portman
Senator from OH
6 years in DC

 F

 49%
40
Votes 

22
Previous
Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Representative from WA
12 years in DC

 F

 42%
39
Votes
24th
Previous
Johnny Isakson
Senator from GA
12 years in DC

 F

 31%
39
Votes
23th
Previous
Richard Burr
Senator from NC
12 years in DC

 F

 40%
34
Votes
14th
Previous
Charlie Dent
Representative from PA
12 years in DC

 F

 29%
33
Votes
21st
Previous
Susan Brooks
Representative from IN
4 years in DC

 F

 27%
32
Votes
38th
Previous
Shelley Capito
Senator from WV
16 years in DC
 F

 32%