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January 7, 2023

Goldberg: 'There's No Frickin' Establishment'

Jonah Goldberg, conservative syndicated columnist, said he believes that the idea of a Republican establishment is a fantasy that people who get high "on their own farts" in Fox News green rooms believe.

Hahahaha. Yes, you read that right.

Goldberg's exact words were, "The thing that drives me crazy is that there is this widespread myth among many of my conservative brethren that being electable makes you more moderate, that being electable makes you part of the establishment."

Goldberg: "There's No Frickin' Establishment"

"There is no frickin' establishment," Goldberg continued. "If there was an establishment, this wouldn’t be happening. There’s Mitch McConnell, and that’s about it."

Then, Goldberg added, "Donald Trump is the establishment of the Republican Party to the extent there’s an establishment. But these guys, they have this Don Quixote fantasy that, like the Nelson Rockefellers of the world, are not only still alive but like running everything."

"Kevin McCarthy would be, by almost any objective measure, one of the two or three most conservative Republican speakers in U.S. history for at least for the last 100 years," Goldberg said.

"Paul Ryan was one of the most conservative speakers," Goldberg added. "This idea that being part of the establishment makes you a RINO, squish, loser is this fantasy that these guys are getting high on, on their own farts in Fox green rooms. It’s nonsense."

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Source: Breitbart

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