Today, when asked about Governor Sarah Palin possibly campaigning in Speaker Paul Ryan’s district against him, the Speaker responded “Outside agitators are going to do what they’re going to do.”
Outside agitators? What the heck does that mean? If Governor Palin is an outside agitator…please…count me in – I want to be an outside agitator too! Let’s all be outside agitators! America needs more outside agitators to fix the mess Speaker Ryan is totally complicit in making. In fact, in American politics right now, it’s the outside agitators who are the ones actually making progress toward fixing this mess and making America great again.
The reason Speaker Ryan was asked this question is because, on Mother’s Day, Governor Sarah Palin went on CNN and basically threatened him:
PALIN on CNN: "His political career is over but for a miracle because he has so disrespected the will of the people, and as the leader of the GOP, the convention, certainly he is to remain neutral, and for him to already come out and say who he will not support is not a wise decision of his"
The timing of Governor Palin’s remarks on CNN were classic Palin. Speaker Ryan was scheduled to meet with GOP presidential nominee Donald J. TRUMP three days after her appearance on CNN. Ryan obviously saw the segment. He changed his tune, and behaved a little better toward our nominee. Just a little bit. Don’t forget, it wasn’t that long ago that the Speaker of the House was trashing our own front-runner. How messed up was that?!?!?!
72 hours after Governor Palin’s veiled threat on CNN, Speaker Ryan told reporters about his meeting with Donald Trump:
RYAN: "I thought he had a very good personality. He’s a very warm and genuine person. I met him like 30 seconds in 2012. So we really don’t know each other. And we started to get to know each other. So, I actually had a very pleasant exchange with him"
In one way, we’ve already won. Governor Palin got the Speaker of the House to stop trashing our nominee. That’s fantastic! But, is that enough? Like I said above, Paul Ryan is totally complicit in creating the mess our country is in. That’s not my opinion. He is. But it’s not just that, Paul Ryan has betrayed his own district in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin now has a choice. A very important choice. Business man Paul Nehlen has challenged Paul Ryan for the seat he occupies in Wisconsin’s District One. BONUS: Paul Nehlen has also challenged Paul Ryan to ARM WRESTLE! No joke, check out Paul’s challenge in the video below.
BONUS #2: Paul Nehlen is a bad-ass. Paul Ryan is a sissy. Again, this isn’t my opinion. Remember how stupid and awkward Speaker Ryan looked when he grew that beard?
Paul Nehlen For Congress:
The upcoming Wisconsin race between the bad-ass and the sissy is classic bold colors vs. pale pastels. Over and over we watch good intention-ed candidates go to DC, only to be bewitched and seduced by the permanent political class. Paul Ryan is (was?) one of those candidates. Ryan went to DC as a proletariat. Today, the Speaker is just another bourgeoisie politician growing government that directly effects all of us plebeians. Aren’t we sick of that?
Check out what bad-ass Paul Nehlen has to say about the big sissy:
Like many people in this district, I’ve had the opportunity to meet Paul Ryan personally. He’s shaken my hand. He’s looked me in the eye. He’s made promises to me and many others about policies he would and would not support on behalf of this district. We’ve all watched as he’s broken every single one of those promises.
I’m a manufacturing guy and an inventor. I started my working life right on the factory floor and worked my way up to run manufacturing companies. That’s part of what I love about Wisconsin’s 1st District and one of the chief reasons why—of all the places I could have chosen to settle—I chose to be here. The southeast corner of Wisconsin has deep roots in manufacturing and industry.
So, when Paul Ryan began pushing a massive, job-killing international “trade” deal known as the Trade Promotion Authority and Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPA/TPP), it was the final straw for me. I know what TPA/TPP will do to this district. It sells out American workers. It sells out American business and industry. It will kill the economy in this district, never mind the rest of the nation.
Why would Paul Ryan do such a thing?
I asked myself that question again and again, trying to understand. I couldn’t believe he would be so reckless. I couldn’t believe he would sell out his own district in that way.
And then I started looking at public records…and it all began to make sense.
Approximately 83 percent of Paul Ryan’s campaign funding comes from outside of Wisconsin’s 1st District. And of that 83 percent, 65 percent of his funding comes straight from Washington, D.C. and Alexandria, Virginia.
Paul Ryan isn’t representing our district. He’s representing the big businesses and big banks that pour money into his campaign coffers. It’s their agendas he’s carrying forward with his votes in Congress…not ours.
We need more bad-ass bold colors in congress. The pale pastel sissies need to go home. It’s up to us, the outside agitators, to make this happen. Count me in.
Visit Paul Nehlen For Congress HERE