A former Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager to Mitch McConnell has pledged to deport populist conservative journalists from the US.
Josh Holmes, who now spends his time defending Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, claimed the US immigration system is worse than he thought because Raheem Kassam, the editor of Conservative news outlet The National Pulse, is permitted to reside in the country.
“You have my word that if I ever get an opportunity I will support rigorous reforms to reunite you with your homeland,” Holmes wrote.
Kassam responded to Holmes:
“Your word is as valuable as your philosophy. So I reckon I’m alright,” as he highlighted the failure of the Republican Party, led by McConnell, to assume any control over the US immigration system before the election of former President Donald Trump.
The McConnell staffer’s pledge to deport Conservative journalists isn’t anything new from the RINO camp.
Last month, Team DeSantis expressed disdain Trump and his supporters, calling them “listless vessels.”
“Republican” Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued a similar attack on conservatives after he defended and rejected calls to remove Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for her ongoing witch hunt against Trump.
But Kemp rejected Moore’s calls to investigate Willis, saying a special session would “ignore current Georgia law and directly interfere with the proceedings of a separate but equal branch of government.”
“Now, my concerns with the Fulton County District Attorney’s handling of this case in the special purpose grand jury have been well-documented. We are now seeing what happens when prosecutors move forward with highly charged indictments and trials in the middle of an election. Simply put, it sews distrust and provides easy pickings for those who see the district attorney’s action as guided by politics.”