And the John Kasich Award for Sanctimonious Hubris goes to…

Patriot Retort: This past week, the outgoing Arizona Senator with an 18% approval rating indicated that he is open to launching a primary challenge against President Trump in 2020.

Really?

Not since John “Son-of-a-Mailman” Kasich launched his sanctimonious, self-centered campaign in 2016 has there been someone so lacking in self-awareness.

In fact, I would like to bestow on Jeff Flake the John Kasich Award for Sanctimonious Hubris.

Earth to Jeff Flake: We’re just not that into you.

The NeverTrump movement was never nearly as big or popular as they believed during the 2016 election.

And many of those NeverTrumpers who threw common sense to the wind and voted for the insufferable and equally sanctimonious Evan McMullin now regret that decision.

Hell, even some of those who penned the essays in National Review’s anti-Trump issue have had a change of heart.  MORE

11 Comments on And the John Kasich Award for Sanctimonious Hubris goes to…

  1. Flake says some crazy ass shit. And James Woods just loves making him look like the dumb ass he is.

    James Woods

    @RealJamesWoods
    You mean the party that has the Presidency, the House, the Senate, the Supreme Court, the majority of State Legislatures, the majority of State Governors, and is poised the steamroll over the broke Democrats in 2018, 2020, and 2024? You mean THAT dying party? #NumbskullJeffFlake? https://twitter.com/thehill/status/945061792224595969
    2:48 PM – Dec 25, 2017




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  2. Delusional and childish, he’s a spoiled overgrown baby that can’t have his way. Crying to John McCain hasn’t helped. He may be close to a psychotic break.




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  3. Oh please, please run and choose Romney as your mate (running that is, running mate). I can’t think of two bigger sanctimonious a-hole no-nothings.




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