Donald Trump decides to take the GOP down with him

The former guy has bleated out his lonely call to his fellow insurrection supporters. And his command is unequivocal: do not go along with the Democrats on infrastructure. Saying the GOP would be “losers” if they dared help improve America’s infrastructure, the former guy wants them to stand down.

It will be interesting to see how the GOP responds to their master. The GOP is caught in a deadly spider’s web of their own making. As Palmer Report has said many a time, they are now effectively owned by the former guy. They have been signed, sealed, and delivered. Henceforth, any choices they many ponder, anything they may do–will first have to be run by their master for approval.

I believe it is only a matter of time until the beast of a former guy demands all GOP members come out and say the election was stolen. Yes, this is speculation. I have no way of knowing this will happen. But it is also important to remember where this is going.

The insurrection party has aligned themselves with a sociopath. Most of us know what that means. Sociopaths ALWAYS have an agenda. It is always about them. This particular sociopath remains infuriated that he is out of power.

He is “testing” the GOP right now as sociopaths are want to do. He sees how far he can go. This is not opinion; it is factual. And so far – it would appear he is finding he can go as far as he wants.

And this will not end well. While the former guy is a sociopath, he also has secret contempt for those that lick his boots. He hates himself. He may not be consciously aware of that, but we are. He is also a narcissist, and a narcissist’s grandiosity comes from a bottomless pit of insecurity.

So, he prods and pokes the GOP as one would a shiny new toy. But he hates them too. He hates their saccharine-sweet artifice and willingness to please. He will betray them. So around and around on the merry-go-round, we go. And when does it end? Where does it stop? Nobody has a clue.

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