I recall back in the 1990s when Conservative Talk Radio was a growing movement. This is before the big media conglomerates hijacked everything and also before websites, blogs, and vlogs emerged to challenge the fake Corporate Media 'narrative.' Back then, there were many stories---including some really deep analysis---of how Corporate America and the Clinton Co-Presidency were selling out our economic infrastructure to the Chinese. Deng Xiaoping, who was then the Chinese Premier, changed course from the Maoist policy of spreading Communism through militaristic means to one of economic influence-peddling. Xi Jinping has essentially followed the same course. The idea is that Ameroboob greed and gullibility can be used to build Chinese infrastructure while simultaneously undermining American economic power.
And it worked. No sooner had Bush Junior been sworn in that he obediently renewed China's Most Favored Nation trade status without opposition from the GOP-controlled Senate. The talk radio hosts all began singing in unison that trade with China was now a good thing: it was "exporting Capitalism;" "supply and demand for cheap goods at work," and that we were "outgrowing the manufacturing era," etc. This is a perfect illustration of the kind of 'Conservatism' that we had between Reagan and Trump. The Deep State Republican Party of the Bush Family created a crony-system of government to go along with the crony-capitalism they were promoting. The Bushmen introduced a "kinder, gentler" Conservatism which is sort of a secular version of Churchianity. Churchians believe that the Christian morals professed on Sunday are useful for keeping the chumps in line; but the smart boys never let such sentiments interfere with real life. Neoconservatives extend the practice to sociopolitics. Conservative ideology is fine for the campaign trail; but should always be subordinate to power and profit.
Senator Mitch McConnell, our so-called Majority Leader, is a product of that system. A multi-millionaire owner of a Kentucky Country Club, McConnell epitomizes the parasitic type of fake Conservative who can be counted upon to sell out whatever principles he pretends to hold whenever a fast buck is to be had. McConnell made it clear from the outset that the U.S. Senate wouldn't get involved in contesting the Election Fraud; and yesterday he crowned all of his crimes by declaring that whole farce to be legitimate.
According to Open Secrets, McConnell's (known) assets are worth about $55 million. Most of his assets are in funds held by the shady Vanguard Group---which holds $6.2 trillion in global assets and is the 2nd largest financial cartel on Wall Street. Vanguard's leader, until his death in 2019, was an old dirtbag named John Bogle. Bogle was a registered Republican who supported the Clintons and Obama, while opposing Trump. Under it's new leader, Mortimer Buckley, Vanguard has already increased profits to their confederates in China to $21 billion in 2020.
Five in Big Tech; three in Big Finance; and two in Big Pharma. In fact, the men behind numbers 2-6 are directly involved in the Great Reset and the 'Color Revolution' recently staged against the U.S. Government (Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Eric Schmidt, Mark Zuckerberg, and Warren Buffett). As for McConnell, he appears a man of (worldly) wealth and power to our eyes---he has more of both than most of us---but in reality, he's an insignificant little pygmy compared to the billionaires and trillionaires to whom he's sold himself. His will is their will---and he only holds his position to their good pleasure.
If it sounds as though I have no sympathy for the Republican Party, it's because I really haven't. If there is one group in America truly deserving of getting destroyed by the Great Reset, it's the Neocons. Time is running out for them, in fact. Every compromise and concession they make from now on is like jumping from one grain of sand to the other before it all falls through the bottom of the hourglass.