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Greg asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 6 months ago

Did the Tea Party dissolve as soon as we no longer had a black president?

5 Answers

  • Sally
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    6 months ago

    Oh, heavens no.  They are still there, criticizing Lynn Cheney, disrupting congressional hearings with nonsense and even pretending to be a Chief of Staff.  In other words, ruining our country as fast as they can.

  • 6 months ago

    you're clearly too young to remember that the Tea Party movement got started as a grass-roots campaign to protest the BUSH bailouts..... and they were hailed in the pop media as "ordinary folks" taking up a cause....

    it was only after they dared to oppose Obama's spending that they were deemed "racist" and tagged for erasure by the masters of the One Approved Narrative..... 

    ....just like moderates McCain and Romney were erased as racists...... until such time as they were deemed "useful" again....

    so, for the 2,437th time..... can you see who REALLY created the environment that made the Trump Presidency possible?

  • y
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    6 months ago

    The tea party started under Bush and it still exist today.  But it's nice to know you believe taking points over facts and twist things around to be related to race. Very open minded of you.

  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Why yes, as a matter of fact, that is EXACTLY what happened.  The REPUBLICAN Tea Party's sole uniting principle was their racist hatred for President Obama.

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  • 6 months ago

    They're those pathetic Anti-makers of today. But yeah! They dissolved once Obama's term was over. Notice how there's not a peep from them as Trump balloons the national deficit and add this tariffs, which are taxes in disguise. 

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