Hey, the Bugs Ain’t So Bad

I’ve often recommended an excellent blog called Conservative Tree House. I read the site every day, because Sundance (who does most of the political posting there) is almost invariably right in his predictions on domestic American politics. He has the knack for research and analysis that enables him to forecast the upcoming political trends in this country with uncanny accuracy.

His basic premise is that the national leadership of the Republican Party is thoroughly globalist in outlook, and is interested only in preserving its funding sources. Winning elections is of secondary importance; it’s the money that matters. And, when winning would compromise the continued flow of cash, the party will covertly make common cause with the Democrats to make sure the Republican candidate loses. That’s what happened in 2016 when Donald Trump unexpectedly won the Republican presidential nomination.

The same coalition was at work in 2020, and is currently being mobilized to stop Trump in 2024. Sundance calls it the “R.A.T. alliance” — Republicans Against Trump.

He has provided us with a useful prediction for the upcoming political season. He advises us to watch for the Republicans to start saying, in effect:

“Hey, the bugs ain’t so bad.”

Here’s a sample of what he posted today:

People were confused ten months ago when I said the 2024 DeSantis coalition will be fully laughable once they start saying, “Hey, the bugs ain’t so bad.” However, it’s the natural conclusion to this R.A.T. alliance. Those who were hiding as CONservatives in order to retain their influence and affluence, are merging into the traditional big corporate Republican Party apparatus and reflecting an attitude that says elitism isn’t so bad after all.


Another dynamic that is really interesting to watch is to remember the GOPe establishment Republicans were the support system for the 2016 Trump-Russia nonsense. In 2016, the professional Republicans joined with the leftist Democrats in their Never Trump effort to support Hillary Clinton.

Those Bush establishment Republicans are now in an alignment with the conservative pundits (Team Cruz, now Team Ron) who previously were attacking the fabrication of the Trump-Russia narrative.

This “Russiagate wasn’t so bad,” in combination with the “Bugs might not be too bad,” in combination with the “Big Tech ain’t so bad” Elon love, is buckets of funny. They hate me for pointing it out. Actually, they hate me for everything, but it’s fun to point out how easily the CONservatives compromise themselves for money.

At the end of the day, that’s what all of these alliances are about, MONEY!


Keep all of this in mind. If they supported Ted Cruz in 2016, they will now be supporting Ron DeSantis. If they supported Jeb Bush in 2016, they will now be supporting Ron DeSantis. This is the visible enemy, and they will try to use battered conservative strategies to stop you from pointing it out. Claims of ‘party unity’ being important are coming from the people who formerly swore a blood oath that the Constitution was their moral compass. Just laugh, they hate it.

Last point, this 2024 roadmap for Ron DeSantis was created years ago. It tracks back to late 2019 and forward into 2020. By late 2020, the DeSantis 2024 campaign outline was fully underway, and everything from mid 2021 to now has been a series of intentionally manufactured events all building to this moment.

That’s their weakness, Ron DeSantis is built upon fraud, pretense and fabrication. That’s also why they cannot let the optics of him publicly campaigning in Florida destroy all of their investments. There are trillions at stake…

Read the whole thing at Conservative Tree House.

2 thoughts on “Hey, the Bugs Ain’t So Bad

  1. Trump promoted the vaccine, masking, big tech, 5g, prison “reform” (releasing convicted criminals), the Clintons (“They’re good people”), Nancy Pelosi (” ‘I Like Nancy Pelosi’ and Will Help Her Win (her) Race for Speaker”), rap “music,” Dr. Oz, and, worst of all in my eyes, homosexuality imposed globally. He was an utter failure as President and managed to blow certain re-election (dancing on stage to “YMCA” when he should have been attending to potential voter fraud). He remained silent for a YEAR about the J6 prisoners and Ashli’s murder! DeSantis is an unknown quantity; Trump is a proven disaster, and the Trump-idolizers are as bad- and dangerous- in their own way as the Never-Trumpers.

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