The Nebraska conservative coalition wrote in 2014, “Our philosophies and interests slightly differ in some ways, but on this we can all agree: Ben Sasse for US Senate is NOT the choice of conservative, libertarian, and tea party movement activists and group leaders in Nebraska.”
Breitbart: Never-Trump Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) threatened to quit the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) on Wednesday if the NRSC decides to back Judge Roy Moore.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) decided to back Roy Moore on Monday after president Donald Trump offered his endorsement of the Alabama Judge. Sasse started a Twitter tirade on Wednesday, pledging to quit the NRSC should they also back the Alabama Senate Republican candidate.
Sasse tweeted, “This is a bad decision and very sad day. I believe the women–and RNC previously did too. What’s changed? Or is the party just indifferent?”
Sasse then said, “A political party must be about more than expediency. To have any future, a party must have some fundamental convictions and commitments.”
“If the political committee that I’m a part of (the NRSC) decides to contribute here, I will no longer be a donor to or fund-raiser for it,” Sen. Sasse whined.
SNIP: Here’s something gross I discovered in the Breitbart comment section.
If the story at the link below is correct, Ben can stick his pious finger straight up his
Ben Sasse and the rest of the GOP elite claim Trump is a menace who must be stopped “on principle.” Sasse and others have criticized Trump for not disavowing racists quickly enough (even though Trump disavowed racists repeatedly).
Sasse has a bigger problem – he supported a pedophile.
Some suspect he used his position of authority to enable abuse.
Ben Sasse was in charge of supervising underage boys, who were later abused by members of Congress.
Ben Sasse was a tutor in the Congressional page program from 1996 to 1998. The Congressional page program brings underage boys to Congress to run errands for Congressmen. These young boys would run errands for Congressmen, and often sexual relationships would develop between the underage boys and members of Congress.
The Congressional page program was shut down in 2011 after numerous sex scandals occurred, including the Mark Foley sex scandal. MORE