Thank You Reince Priebus, Good-bye!

Posted July 28th, 2017 by Iron Mike

The Moral:  Never send a boy in to do a Man’s Job.   Long-time RiNO operative and campaigner Reince Priebus is out as White House Chief of Staff.

Retired 4-Star Marine General and current Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly starts Monday.

It will be the talk of the chattering class on TV all morning Sunday,  because they really don’t understand Trump’s thinking.

I do.   He gave Reince the CoS job out of gratitude, loyalty,  – and in the hope that having a Washington political insider visible would help move legislation through Congress.
It didn’t work,  because in many ways Reince couldn’t stop being a RiNO,  – and was probably leaking secrets to his best political friend – Speaker Paul Ryan.

Meanwhile John Kelly was quietly closing the border and helping round up MS-13.  He wasn’t making political waves,  – just getting his job done.

Now we’ll have a fighting Marine Corps general as WH CoS!

Assholes,  both in the WH and across the globe should pucker.

Reince will land softly somewhere in time for next year’s election cycle,  – right after he lines his pockets with a book deal.

Hey Reince,  – lose that green tie!

4 Responses to “Thank You Reince Priebus, Good-bye!”

  1. Walter Knight

    Reince Priebus has done good things for the Republican Party, and I wish him well. However, if you don’t measure up, President Trump will fire you.

  2. Panther 6

    I think this will prove to be a smart move by the President. Reince did OK by the Republican Party while he managed things but as Mike so aptly put it,,,,HE is a RINO. The Trump team will be better managed by the ‘MICK’ Marine, one of Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children!

    But now who takes over Homeland Security?????

  3. BEN

    When all else fails, call a Marine

  4. Kojack

    I hope this is the beginning of a badly needed RiNO purge.

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