RINOs are desperate to quash the conservative movement. Perfect examples are an opinion piece from Henry Olson, of the Ethics and Public Policy Center (“EPPC”) published in Jeff Bezos’s Washington Post, entitled “ Please, Republicans. Donʼt nominate Kari Lake for Arizona governor ” and a Mike Pence endorsement of Lake’s GOP rival.
Because Henry Olsen’s path and mine have crossed in DC over the years, I can tell you that Olsen is unfailingly an absurdly decent and uncommonly pleasant person. Still, there is obviously some entrenched hatred smoldering below his kind surface, laser-focused against Donald Trump—which now apparently extends by default to anyone who espouses Trump’s “America First” sentiments.
Olsen’s accumulated writings against all things Trump-related are clearly ad-hominem in origin. I can’t imagine what could have caused his animus, but believe that it is unfitting that he uses his EPPC pulpit to air his obviously personal animus against Trump.
It’s unusual enough to have a Republican from a conservative DC center work as a regular columnist for the unquestionably liberal Washington Post. It’s even more unusual to have so-called conservative pundits in DC provide unsophisticated opinions about a state primary election from 2,500 miles away—and, as far as I can see, Olsen has no family or residential link.
Conservative centers are a bit of a rarity in Washington, DC, while liberal think tanks are somewhere between much better funded and substantially better funded. If anything, those few conservatives and even fewer think tanks should be cheering for America First conservative ideals, not attacking each other for their interpretation of conservative standards. Those who squeal at every little thing that offends them could get a fatter paycheck by openly siding with liberals.
Olsen’s opinion is just one of many that are wrong with today’s Republican party. During the Obama and Biden administrations, Democrats and […]
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