Criminal Aliens Sexually Assault 70,000 American Women — But Paul Ryan Targets Trump

Criminal Aliens Sexually Assault 70,000 American Women — But Paul Ryan Targets Trump, by Julia Hahn.

Ryan has remained passive and quiet as criminal aliens have assaulted tens of thousands of American women, but when an 11-year-old audio tape emerged of Donald Trump caught on a hot mic discussing women in crass terms, Ryan declared himself “sickened” and spoke out.

“I am sickened by what I heard today,” Ryan said in a statement, referring to Trump’s lewd private locker-room style banter with Billy Bush. “Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified.”

The day after Paul Ryan was “sickened” by Trump’s decade-old comments, police say a 35-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador broke into the home of a Texas family in the middle of the night, kidnapped the family’s six-year-old daughter while her parents were asleep, took the girl to a park, and raped her. …

The author points out that Ryan is complicit in allowing sanctuary cities harboring illegal aliens, who sexually assault American women.

[L]ate last year, when Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions tried to put forward a proposal that would have included language in the year-end omnibus spending bill to end Sanctuary Cities, Ryan failed to include the language in the bill. As a result, Ryan’s omnibus allowed the lawless sanctuary cities policies and the victimization of innocent American women to continue.

According to a 2011 report from the Government Accountability Office, there are 70,000 sexual offenses attached to the incarcerated criminal alien population.

The Republican Party is fractured. To some, Ryan appears to be on Clinton’s side, while the Greens are none too happy with Clinton.

Speaker Ryan’s record of open borders advocacy syncs up with Clinton’s “dream,” as well as the agendas of wealthy Republican donors like the Koch brothers.

The overwhelming similarities between the goals of establishment leaders in both political parties and the goals of their wealthy corporate donors recently prompted Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein to denounce Hillary Clinton as a corporatist and the face of “#TheNewRepublicanParty.” “Both Democrats and Republicans are funded by big corporate interests,” Stein wrote, noting that these members of Washington’s “uniparty” are united in their shared desire to advance the goals of their wealthy donors rather than the desires of the people.

Indeed, several reports have documented how Ryan would likely accomplish more of his and the Republican Party’s donor class legislative goals on foreign trade, foreign migration, and foreign wars if Hillary Clinton were in the White House than if Donald Trump were president.

Throughout the election, several conservatives have argued that many of Ryan’s statements and actions have seemed designed to undermine Trump and the Republican Party’s chances of electoral success. …

The day after Trump’s strong debate performance against Clinton, Ryan made headlines by telling GOP House members that he would not defend their party’s nominee, who was overwhelmingly selected by the Republican voters whom Ryan is supposed to represent. At the same time, former Ryan adviser Dan Senor urged members of corporate media not to talk about Trump’s success at the debate, but to instead focus on the decade-old leaked audio recording of Trump and Billy Bush.

Incredible, almost — Paul Ryan is the leader of the Republicans in Congress, so until recently his disloyal behavior would have been unthinkable, just like the RNC not spending any money on advertising to help Trump this election. A major political re-alignment seems to be underway.