If you enjoy seeing an enemy’s nose rubbed in the dirt, you’ll love this story.
Remember all of Karl “Tokyo” Rove’s attacks and snide remarks about the TEA party movement? Remember how he worked so hard to defeat TEA party-backed candidates, belittling them at every opportunity? Well, all of that vitriol and bile has come back to bite Tokyo in the ass.
He collected a massive $325 million war chest in the lead-up to the 2012 elections, but misspent almost all of it. Rove was a man who we could trust; he was a guy who would use our money to fight and win the battle to regain the Senate and hold the House (or so we thought.) But he lied to us.
Instead, the loathsome snake took the money and declared an open war on the TEA party movement. His fake Conservative Victory Project wasted money encouraging Republican candidates to change their language and in effect lie to voters about whom they were and act like Democrats. All this quisling succeeded in doing was ensuring that Harry Reid still controlled the Senate and could continue choking the life out of conservative initiatives.
Fortunately as they say, that was then and this is now. Rove’s fake operation has been seen for what it is by donors across the country. In a year to year (2012 to 2013) comparison, his Crossroads groups have experienced a message-sending 98% decrease in donations. His take has fallen to just $6.1 million. Breitbart News reports, “Rove’s organization has been so tarnished among the conservative base that candidates fear donors will not contribute to any group associated with him.” But a warning is attached to this message: This snake slithers into other groups not carrying his name in order to fool donors about who they really are.
Remember, Karl Rove is a driving force behind amnesty for illegal aliens. He used to say he held this position because he believed illegals would become Republican voters. It is this kind of cynical, lying crap that makes Tokyo Rove so detestable. Find out who is behind any group you want to donate to because Rove might just be hiding in one of its darkest corners.
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