Or, why do we think there there is only a Fusion Party? Because they act no differently than the Democrats when they don’t think we’re looking. Take the appropriations for the Office of Civil Affairs and its meddling over transgenderism by its own re-manufacturing of law and definition replacing the meaning of what was passed originally by Congress (emphasis mine, reformatted) and the Republicans didn’t stomp on its brakes – they mashed its accelerator down (“very generous budget increase last year”) in “fundamentally transforming” traditional mores:
…OCR is perhaps the most left-wing office in the federal bureaucracy. Bankrolling it that way Congress did was an egregious error (for which they were rewarded with the transgender guidance). This would be understandable if Congress were in the hands of the Democratic Party. As Republicans rule the roost, however, this seriously discredits congressional Republicans.
And it is actions like this have the Republican asking “what good are they???”
Fund puts it this way: “If Republicans in Congress wonder why so many conservatives are frustrated with them, here is one reason: GOP lawmakers generously fund the Obama administration’s most out-of-control elements while slapping down the conservatives who try to warn them away from such misjudgments.”
And then they wonder why the base rebelled by voting for Trump? They keep forgetting that “burn it all down” is a viable political phrase. And that only exists because they keep showing us why we can’t Trust them.