Conspiracy Theory Group is The New Tea Party


National Republican Party Formally Backs QAnon Supporter

After weeks of wavering, the national Republican party has formally thrown its support behind Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican House candidate who is openly supportive of QAnon.

The National Republican Congressional Committee donated $5,000 to Greene’s congressional campaign on September 25, according to campaign finance records—the maximum amount the committee can donate.

That’s nuts, but it is in keeping with their new motto: Any port in a storm.

Anyway, we’ve posited before that the Q-Spiracy is the new Tea Party, and with this donation, it’s looking official that there are 5 groups that compose the GOP:

  • Wingnuttia
  • Neocons
  • Y’all Qaeda
  • The New Confederacy
  • Q

The Betting Window is open for wagers: will there be a Q-Caucus in the House?

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10 Responses to Conspiracy Theory Group is The New Tea Party

  1. JTO says:

    Weird, the overlap of this Venn-diagram. And that the “neocons” are the least cray-cray of the bunch. Never thought I would long for the days of Blam-Blam and Turd-Blossom and the policy debates with them.
    Yes, in solidarity from the Arctic socialist wasteland of waffles and brown cheese.

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  2. osirisopto says:

    This proves that the GOP is most in alignment with the attitudes and priorities of the dumbest dumbfucks on the planet.

    The only way they could get stupider is if the DNC joined them.

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  3. w3ski4me says:

    Hopefully, after this election, they will go back to realizing they are a minority party and act accordingly. It’s not like they don’t have a right to exist, but they have become way too shouty as of late.
    The Rethugs have become quite the depository for all kinds of off the wall idealists and cults. I have no problem with that, but they think they are a mainstream party and that I loudly object to.
    It took an all-out civil war to put them back in their place once, but they have kept up the attitudes that put them there ever since.
    I do not propose another war, but they begin to need that kind of put down to straighten out their attitudes, again.
    Getting rid of Traitor tRump will be a good first start.

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  4. roket says:

    Tea Parties never die. They just rebrand.

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  5. spotthedog says:

    GOP = Gerrymander Or Perish

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  6. YellowDog says:

    You’re ignoring what holds these groups together in orbit–the gravitational pull that prevents them from splitting off into separate parties. It’s not Trump or Trumpism (which is just another name for today’s Republicanism). It’s money, combined with raging assholery, with a huge dollop of toxic masculinity as a garnish. Billionaire assholes like Koch (the devil indeed took the hindmost), Adelson, the Sinclairs, Murdoch, and the rest will not fund some amateurish third party. The nuts need an institutional home and, with a dwindling demographic, the Republicans are more than happy to oblige.

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  7. laura says:

    “Will” there be a Q-caucus? Isn’t there one already?

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  8. Infidel753 says:

    There’s a lot of overlap between those five groups.

    I hope the QAnon qrackpots do form a caucus in the House, a very noisy one. Let the rest of the Republicans spend the next two years struggling with how to deal with the embarrassment, and dodging questions about it every time they do interviews.

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