Paul Ryan – Wisconsin’s RiNO Weasel

Posted August 7th, 2017 by Iron Mike

He’s back home this week – and visited a factory in Mukwonago,  – where a worker took him to task on Republicans in Washington failing to get anything done.

Suddenly the usually-arrogant Ryan was in full weasel mode – and blaming everything on the Senate,  – on one particular senator…

Ryan’s challenger last year was Paul Nehlen, – who lost when Trump endorsed Ryan. 

Trump probably didn’t understand how badly Ryan would stab him in the back – – listen to this 4-minute conference call from last October – and judge for yourselves.

Paul Nehlen is running again in 2018,  and he will need the support of EVERY American Patriot to put smart-ass Ryan in the unemployment line come January 2019.

Watch as Ryan tours the factory – and assumes the workers there are stupid.

Give Ryan a call.  Tell him Americans aren’t stupid enough to buy his double-talk!  He really belongs in the Democrat Party….at the local level.

5 Responses to “Paul Ryan – Wisconsin’s RiNO Weasel”

  1. BEN

    blah, blah, blah, blah, blah,blah, that’s all folks!

  2. Sherox

    I hope that Trump has learned his lesson and backs the right man here.

  3. Walter Knight

    Notice during the photo-op he rolls up his shirt sleeves to give the impression he’s working hard for the people. A lot of politicians do that, and it’s phony.

  4. Kojack

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m totally on the Trump train, but he’s caused himself a lot of needless pain by making some obvious BONE-HEADED MISTAKES. All during the campaign Ryan and McCain were never Trumpers until they needed his endorsement to win the close primaries they were in. HE COULD HAVE BEEN RID OF THEM BUT INSTEAD HE ENDORSED THEM BOTH!!! I just hope he’s learned something about the SWAMP.

  5. Jim Gettens

    By describing Paul Ryan as a weasel, you did a VERY GRAVE DISSERVICE to weasels. Weasels are feisty, tenacious, courageous, intrepid little predators.

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