Republican Party

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Group.png Republican Party  
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Headquarters310 First Street SE Washington, D.C. 20003
Interest ofPhyllis Schlafly
Member ofInternational Democrat Union
Supposedly sponsored byUnite the Right rally

The U. S. Republican party is one of the two main political parties available to US voters.

“It should have been evident to clear-eyed observers that the Republican Party is becoming less and less like a traditional political party in a representative democracy and becoming more like an apocalyptic cult, or one of the intensely ideological authoritarian parties of 20th century Europe.”
Mike Lofgren (3 September 2011)  Goodbye to All That: Reflections of a GOP Operative Who Left the Cult [1]

Gary Allen wrote in Richard Nixon: The Man Behind The Mask in 1971 that "The fact is that the Republican party is now little more than a name. America's two-party system has quietly been replaced by the virtual dictatorship of an "invisible government."[2]


Related Quotations

Andrew Breitbart“If these guys don’t learn how to play the media ... we’re going to probably get a celebrity candidate”Andrew Breitbart2011
George CarlinConservatives don't give a shit about you until you reach military age. Then they think you are just fine, just what they've been looking for. Conservatives want live babies so they can raise them to be dead soldiers. Pro-life...these people aren't pro-life, they're killing doctors! What kind of pro-life is that? They'll do anything they can to save a fetus, but if it grows up to be a doctor they just might have to kill it? They're not pro-life. You know what they are? They're anti-woman. Simple as it gets, anti-woman—they don't like them. They don't like women. They believe a woman's primary role is to function as a broodmare for the state. Pro-life, you don't see many of these anti-abortion women volunteering to have any Black fetuses transplanted into their uteruses, do you? No, you don't see them adopting a whole lot of crack babies, do you? No, that might be something Christ would do!”George Carlin
George Carlin“The things that matter in this country have been reduced in choice, there are two political parties, there are a handful insurance companies, there are six or seven information centers...but if you want a bagel there are 23 flavors. Because you have the illusion of choice!”George Carlin
Eugene Debs“The worker who votes the Republican or Democratic ticket does worse than throw away his vote. He is a deserter of his class and his own worst enemy, though he may be in blissful ignorance of the fact that he is false to himself and his fellow workers, and that sooner or later he must reap what he has sown.”Eugene Debs
Jacob Dreizin“After seeing the (to this day) vakk-seen promoting, 1/6 prisoner-ignoring, Ukraine-loving, Dr. Oz-endorsing, clueless joke that Trump has become, I can tell you this: MAGA is now an illusion, forget it, it failed. It’s not coming back. It’s just a cheap ticket for opportunistic “outsiders” to nail down the pissed-off vote in GOP primaries. The “we need to keep electing MAGA people, and after ten or twenty elections, we’ll finally save the country” track is RIDICULOUS. By the time of the second election, the first crop would be busy fundraising with Big Pharm and the military-industrial complex, LOL.”Jacob Dreizin10 May 2022
John McCain“Republican 2008 presidential hopeful John McCain crooned the words “Bomb Iran” to a Beach Boys’ tune in joking response to a question about any possible U.S. attack over Tehran’s suspected nuclear weapons program. “That old Beach Boys song, Bomb Iran ... bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb,” the Vietnam War veteran warbled softly to the band’s “Barbara Ann” when he was asked when the United States would send an “airmail message” to Iran.”John McCain
April 2007
Hunter S. Thompson“Every GOP administration since 1952 has let the military-industrial complex loot the Treasury and plunge the nation into debt on the excuse of a wartime economic emergency. Richard Nixon comes quickly to mind, along with Ronald Reagan and his ridiculous “trickle-down” theory of U.S. economic policy. If the Rich get Richer, the theory goes, before long their pots will overflow and somehow “trickle down” to the poor, who would rather eat scraps off the Bush family plates than eat nothing at all. Republicans have never approved of democracy, and they never will. It goes back to preindustrial America, when only white male property owners could vote.”Hunter S. Thompson
Gore Vidal“It doesn’t actually make any difference whether the President is Republican or Democrat. The genius of the American ruling class is that it has been able to make the people think that they have had something to do with the electing of presidents for 200 years when they’ve had absolutely nothing to say about the candidates or the policies or the way the country is run. A very small group controls just about everything.”Gore Vidal


Party Members

Myles Ambrose21 July 19263 June 2014Richard Nixon's first drug czar
Ashli Babbitt19857 January 2021An unarmed protester who was shot dead by Capitol Police in the 2021 Washington D.C. Riots. The identity of her murderer is being withheld.
Michel Barnier9 January 1951Deep state connected politician who attended the 2006 and 2007 Bilderbergs.
François Baroin21 June 1965French politician who attended the 2014 Bilderberg
Michael Bloomberg14 February 1942American deep politician billionaire. The 16th richest person in the world. Former mayor of New York and
Susan Brooks25 August 1960Republican politician; former member of congress
Pat Buchanan2 November 1938American Conservative author, syndicated columnist, and television commentator.
James Buckley9 March 1923
Liz Cheney28 July 1966Republican politician from Wyoming. Daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Susan Collins7 December 1952Maine's Republican Senator
Dan Crenshaw14 March 1984Republican politician from Texas.
Ted Cruz22 December 1970
Ron DeSantis14 September 1978A frontrunner for the Republican Party Presidential nomination in 2024.
Lincoln Díaz-Balart13 August 1954Plays a prominent role in the Cuban-American lobby. Son of Rafael Díaz-Balart.
Susan Eisenhower31 December 1951Granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Member of many think tanks, has written extensively on nuclear and space issues
François Fillon4 March 1954Bilderberger billionaire fraudster, French PM from 2007-2012
Steve Forbes18 July 1947Billionaire editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine.
Nick Fuentes18 August 1998An American activist. Leader of the Groypers.
Matt Gaetz22 December 1982
Jean-Claude Gaudin8 October 1939Mayor of Marseille for 25 years, Knight of Malta, Le Cercle...
Valery Giscard d'Estaing2 February 19262 December 2020President of France from 1974 to 1981, Bilderberger
Paul Gosar22 November 1958
Marjorie Taylor Greene27 May 1974Republican politician from Georgia.
Mark Hanna24 September 183715 February 1904American businessman and Republican party kingmaker
Paul HodgkinsImprisoned for the 2021 Washington D.C. Riots.
Asa Hutchinson3 December 1950
Ron Johnson8 April 1955Wisconsin's Republican Senator
Karoline Leavitt1998Republican politician from New Hampshire.
Luke Letlow6 December 197929 December 2020Letlow died with COVID within two months of being elected to Congress.
Tyler Lindholm18 May 1983
Robert A. Lovett14 September 18957 May 1986
Cynthia Lummis10 September 1954
Jason Miller1984A close adviser of Donald Trump.
Mary Miller27 August 1959Republican politician from Illinois. Target of the ADL.
Sarah Palin11 February 1964
Rand Paul7 January 1963
Henry Paulson28 March 1946
Tom Price8 October 1954Resigned as Secretary of Health and Human Services following criticism of his use of private charters and military aircraft for travel
Rockwell Schnabel30 December 1936Bilderberg, CFR, US Ambassador to the EU
Brian Sicknick30 July 19787 January 2021The Capitol Police Officer who died after the 2021 Washington D.C. Riots. His official cause of death is still unclear.
Diamond and Silk1980African-American Trump supporting sisters, fired from Fox News for questioning COVID
Michele Sindona8 May 192022 March 1986A financier and member of the Italian deep state
Sean Spicer23 September 1971
Brittany Venti14 February 1997An American internet celebrity, who has been deeply affected by censorship on social media.
Sol Wachtler29 April 1930Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals convicted of extortion, racketeering, and blackmail. Wachtler's most famous quote, made shortly after his appointment as Chief Judge, was that district attorneys could get grand juries to "indict a ham sandwich".
Malcolm Wallop27 February 193314 September 2011
Bill Weld31 July 1945
Paul Weyrich7 October 194218 December 2008
Ron Wright8 April 19537 February 2021Texas congressman who died of COVID.