Can Trump Supporters Trust Paul Ryan?

(BloodyRubbish) I have always believed the old saying that you can tell a politician is lying when their mouth is moving. Although it’s a funny joke,  it’s also usually the truth when it comes to elected officials.

In my earlier years in politics I thought that Republicans had my best interests in mind, their platform being very much in line with what I believe — especially when compared to Democrats.

I felt that when Republicans were stretching the truth, it was probably just to shut Democrats up. You have to play for the crowd you’re in front of, and Republicans have to win over some voters from the other side of the aisle. I spent years as a Republican, but then one day I eventually became an Independent. I did this after seeing the true face of the Republican establishment, which is just as evil as the Democratic establishment; they all work for the same people, and it’s not the ones voting them in.

It was no surprise that the Republican establishment tried everything in their power to take down Donald Trump during his campaign. If Bush, Rubio or anyone at the time aside from Paul and Cruz were elected, the establishment would lose the presidency. I have a good memory, so for others who may have forgotten — the Republicans still refused to support Donald Trump even after he became the nomination. One of these Republicans was Paul Ryan, who refused to campaign with Trump.

I first met Paul Ryan at a fundraiser in Greenwich, Connecticut when he was running for Vice President on the Romney ticket in 2012. It was one-thousand dollars a plate, so you can imagine how fancy it was. Everyone at the event was wealthy and very right-wing. Ryan seemed authentic to me, I was very impressed with him. I have a hard time trying to think of what could have happened to him since that night. Maybe the establishment got to him and he gave up on fighting corruption? There is a chance that he was just acting the entire time, playing on the crowds emotions — it is what politicians do.

Ryan is the establishment, and therefore has the same keepers as the Democrats. This connection can be seen in how cozy he became with Obama and Democrats over the years. People should work together from both parties, but the Obama administration was arguably the most corrupt administration in U.S. history.

Many Trump supporters, including myself, have been worried about Paul Ryan secretly working against him; he was after all going against him publicly when he was the Republican party’s nomination for President..

Donald Trump is an honest man and an outsider in Washington — even though he is the President of the United States. To become President usually you have to forge many bonds and be willing to carry out the bidding of many corrupt people. Since Trump won without making promises to the usual people, the entire system has been shaken up.

Obama’s holdovers and the deep state have been plotting against Trump. It isn’t a conspiracy, even Rush Limbaugh has come forward stating this. With the recent CIA document dump released by Wikileaks, many peoples eyes are slowly opening more to the corruption being done by agencies, extending to the highest levels in our system. The leaked archive has already made incredible revelations — and only 1% of documents have been released to date.

Is Paul Ryan, the establishment purposely messing up the new healthcare bill to hurtTrump?

Trump promised that he would repeal and replace Obamacare, but Paul Ryan’s healthcare bill does neither. Many are calling it Obamacare 2.0, and the establishment has been drafting it behind closed (and guarded) doors. Not even Senator Rand Paul could enter the room to figure out what was going on. For those of you who don’t know, Rand Paul is not part of the establishment.

Now, more Republicans are coming forward, openly criticizing Paul Ryan, chiming in when Rand Paul says he is trying to “pull the wool over Trump’s eyes.

As mentioned in my recent article on Conservative Country,

“Considering the elimination of Obamacare is high on Trump’s list of to-do’s, and Ryan’s bill isn’t going to repeal and replace it, it’s understandable that Trump supporter’s continue to feel conflicted with Ryan as the speaker of the House. Does Ryan support the President, or is he just another problem in Washington for Trump to overcome?”

As reported by Breitbart.

“Ryan is rushing a bill—the American Health Care Act, or Obamacare 2.0, or Obamacare Lite, or Ryancare as it has become known—through the House of Representatives right now. But Cotton, a U.S. Senator, tells Breitbart News in this exclusive phone interview on Thursday afternoon that Ryan should back off. Cotton told Breitbart News that this plan by Ryan does not follow through on President Trump’s and other Republicans’ plans to repeal Obamacare, then replace it with a healthcare system that works better for all Americans.”

Is Paul Ryan trying to discredit Trump by pushing through such a terrible bill? I don’t believe Trump would support a bad bill, which means that the establishment pushing a bad bill is just an attempt at wasting precious time by postponing the repeal and replacement of Obamacare.

For years Republicans have tried to get rid of Obamacare, and now they are doing everything in their power to protect it. This is because the Republican establishment is no different than the Democrats; they both work for the same special interests — and both also want to witness the destruction of President Donald Trump.

Can Donald Trump — and his supporters — trust Paul Ryan?