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By: Brian Evans

GOP strategist Karl Rove has been one of the leading strategists for the Republican Party over the past 17 years. He served as Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush from 2000–2007 and Deputy Chief of Staff from 2004–2007. In recent years, Rove has served as a political strategist, appearing on cable news networks like Fox News. So is Rove a man who conservative American’s can trust, or has he become a liability to the conservative base.

Karl Rove served under George W. Bush, who proved to be one of the most Progressive Republican President’s in history. President Bush, under the Advisement of Karl Rove, revealed himself to be in favor of Progressive, or Fabian Ideology. Under Karl Rove’s Advisement, and President Bush’s leadership, they led the Republican Elitist Party leadership towards Progressive-Socialism using Fabian Economics. Under their leadership, they chose nation building in Iraq. Rather than fiscal conservatism, they chose to expand the government, create a bigger a larger bureaucracy, and shattered the record for the largest annual deficit in history. They chose more government control over private businesses, while shrinking the private sector jobs, and expanding federal jobs. As a result of their progressive actions, the United States set an economic record for the most private bankruptcies in any 12 month period during their leadership. Likewise, they set an all time record for the largest drop in the history of the stock market, and in just the first two years of Bush’s Presidency, over 2 million American’s lost their jobs. The Bush Administration was the most secretive and un-accountable of any in US history until the Obama Administration. They created the largest government department bureaucracy in the history of the United States. They set the all-time record for biggest annual budget spending increases, more than any president in US history. They rremoved more checks and balances, and have the least amount of congressional oversight than any presidential administration in US history. Bush set the all-time US record holder for most corporate campaign donations, a title typically held by Progressive-Democrats. He was the first US president to establish a secret shadow government. Bush’s Administration took the Progressive policy of ‘dis-engagement’ in the Israel/Palestinian conflict and created the most hostile Israeli-Palestine relations in at least 30 years. The Bush Administration removed more freedoms and civil liberties for Americans than any other president in US history. And the list could go on… Therefore, despite President Bush running on the platform of being conservative, he was far more Progressive than most Democrats throughout history. Likewise, his advisor Karl Rove believed and continues to believe in the Progressive or Fabian-Socialist ideology. A movement that does not believe in fiscal conservatism, or capitalism. A movement that does not believe in the Constitution, or in fighting for Christian rights. Instead, it is a movement that puts the Party above the people. One that believes that Political Elitists and their wealthy Corporate and Entertainment Elitists are part of the ruling class, and ‘We the People’ are the peasant ‘Deplorable’ class. 

Once you understand that it isn’t about Republican or Democrat anymore, but instead the Political Classes, everything begins to come into focus. Fabian-Economics is the backbone of the Progressive movement that the Democrats, and Republican-Establishment Elitists like Karl Rove and George W. Bush subscribe to. It guides their every move. With the control of the Democrat Party and much of the Republican Party, they are able to manipulate the masses in America to drive America away from a Capitalist Constitutional Republic, and towards a Socialist Nation. A country that they would like to join Europe in becoming part of the One-World Globalist movement. A movement that places its energy in converting the world from Capitalist, to Socialist, and eventually to Communist. This is why we hear not only Democrats attack not only President Trump, but Conservatives, Christians, and all those who oppose their agenda.

Now, Karl Rove says that Republicans are in danger of losing their majority in the House of Representatives in the 2018 midterm elections. He quotes the same polls that the Democrats try to use, despite their validity being very questionable. Despite their sampling being skewed. He said on Fox News Sunday that “The president’s approval rating is in the high 30s, and the Republicans are 24 seats in the House away from losing their majorities.”  He is now pushing to force Conservative Republicans to join in with the ‘Fabian Republicans’ using fear tactics. A tactic commonly deployed by Democrats to scare Republicans into abandoning their principles and voting against their hearts. Rove claims that “We’re going to see the unified Republican agenda — House, Senate and White House, which is going to focus on infrastructure and a DACA deal and a couple of other things.” Karl Rove went on to say “ then we’re going to see a House Republican agenda, in which they do tackle things like poverty and welfare reform so that the members have the ability to go home and say, ‘I passed it, I voted on it, and it’s all bollixed up in the Senate.”

Karl Rove seems to overlook some very hard facts. He is overlooking the fact that under President Trump, we have had hundreds of accomplishments that have been completed over the past year. Accomplishments that have a list that grows every day. He overlooks the fact that, if the Conservatives are able to push through the President’s agenda over the next six months, the Republican’s are likely to grow in numbers. The problem for Rove, is that the Republican party is changing. It is likely to shed many of the most Progressive candidates in its ranks over the next few years. Combined with the fact that the Democrats in 2018 are setting up to have one of the worst election years in history. A move that would decimate not only the Democrats, but the Fabian’s in the Republican Party.

Rove said on Fox News Sunday that “This year, the House Republicans are going to say, ‘We’re working, they aren’t. Vote for me, your Republican congressman. And the Senate can go to heck.” However, Rove has ignored one critical factor in his estimations. It is not the Democrats or the Republicans who are the ones in trouble. It is the Progressives and Fabians who are risking everything. They are in panic mode, and many times it has become hard to distinguish between the irrational comments made by Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer, but Karl Rove as well.

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