According to POLITICO another candidate claiming to be a TEA partier is talking about challenging a republican incumbent with the enthusiastic support of the democrats. This time the incumbent is Mitch McConnell and as we all know, the dems would love to have somebody weaken him in a primary.
When will the TEA party realize that it is being played by the left? Look at all the attention TEA party candidates get from the MSM in Kentucky. Do you really think that they favor advancing the conservative agenda?
Or might they prefer to help keep ineffective naysayer TEA party types in office rather than have to fight an effective real republican? Would you say that the MSM in Kentucky favors the R's or the D's? So then why do they give so much attention to TEA party types who run as R's?
Given a choice of only electing an R, which do you think they would prefer? One that is staunchly republican who will join with other republicans to help defeat the liberal agenda, or one that doesn't intend to play well with other R's, who is going to try to break up the GOP and lob accusations against incumbent R's as long as the press continues to give him/her attention and make them feel as if they are accomplishing something?
And how far into the dark does one have to dwell in order to think that they aren't being used by the liberal media to weaken the republican line of defense against the progressive plan for America?
So now we have a guy few people have ever heard of who "claims" that he is a TEA party type and is willing to challenge McConnell and as soon as he surfaces the D's rush over to offer him help.
You do see what is going on here right?
Or maybe not.