By Isabel Matos
She is an UNAPOLOGETIC RINO Pundit with a clear liberal social agenda. She has no qualms tweeting to and about Jeb Bush, Donna Brazil or Charlie Rangel. Ana Navarro made headlines on Sunday for refusing to validate Sarah Palin’s strategy for the Impeachment of Obama by insinuating she was irrelevant. After all, these are the acts of love Jeb talked about, which Rove urges GOP to work with the Obama administration on. Right. Having come in search of freedom in 1980, Ana’s sense of success might be one of a nouveau riche mentality: she has “arrived” and feels on top of the world because she has the power to give opinions on behalf of powerful people who have employed her. But if that is the case, it’s an illusion. Whatever definition she may have, she has not made the connection that badmouthing conservatives and repeating talking points to advance the progressive agenda of the GOP is not only wrong for the party, but hurts our country as well. I have not seen anyone tweet so brazenly such skewed viewpoints and opinions. She is dense to say the least, and too well-protected to even care about what the core of the problem of the party is. We should not single her out. No. Life is Good! She’s on top of the world. What’s a little name dropping and bragging about shooting (skeet) outings with other entrenched establishment tools like herself? I agree with her on one issue: The Embargo. But that is not our concern. Being “Hispanic” in her case, like it was in Marco Rubio’s, is the kiss of death for the ill-conceived agenda of amnesty. I’m Hispanic and do not find it helpful or useful when Rinos use Hispanics to pander for votes. It is futile. It never worked for us and has always helped the left.
Ana is living the life and basking in the attention she is getting, even if she thinks it’s positive. Her tweets criticizing Ted Cruz, Chris McDaniel and the Tea Party after the Mississippi Primary are not only shocking but mean-spirited. See here. It has been shown that two-thirds of Republicans said impeachment would be justified and more Republicans think Obama should be impeached than approve of the party’s handling of immigration. So what were Ana’s comments about Sarah Palin’s call for Impeachment? July 15, 2014 As Tony Lee reports that in her response During ABC This Week she said:
“nobody of responsibility, nobody in leadership, nobody of relevance has talked about impeachment.”
Let’s see what Sarah Palin said. She called for Obama’s impeachment in a Breitbart News op-ed last week.
“It’s time to impeach; and on behalf of American workers and legal immigrants of all backgrounds, we should vehemently oppose any politician on the left or right who would hesitate in voting for articles of impeachment,” she wrote. “The many impeachable offenses of Barack Obama can no longer be ignored. If after all this he’s not impeachable, then no one is.” Palin said Obama’s lawlessness hurts American workers–native-born and legal immigrants–of all races and backgrounds: The federal government is trillions of dollars in debt; many cities are on the verge of insolvency; our overrun healthcare system, police forces, social services, schools, and our unsustainably generous welfare-state programs are stretched to the max. We average Americans know that. So why has this issue been allowed to be turned upside down with our “leader” creating such unsafe conditions while at the same time obstructing any economic recovery by creating more dependents than he allows producers? His friendly wealthy bipartisan elite, who want cheap foreign labor and can afford for themselves the best “border security” money can buy in their own exclusive communities, do not care that Obama tapped us out. Read more in Gary’s article:
Palin later wrote:
The Founders wanted impeachment to be “the ultimate check on an out-of-control executive branch.” “The Constitution provides the remedy for a president who commits ‘high crimes and misdemeanors.’ It’s impeachment,” she wrote. “To be clear, ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ are not necessarily ordinary criminal offenses. Our Framers used the term to signify a dereliction of duty, and the first duty of the president is to enforce our laws and preserve, protect, and defend our Constitution.” Sarah said impeachment “is serious, not to be used for petty partisan purposes; and it is imperative that it becomes a matter of legitimate discussion before the American people lose all trust in our federal government”: Impeachment requires moral courage to advance what is right, and it requires political will. A complacent or disheartened electorate may silently endure these abuses from the administration, the permanent political class is only too happy to maintain the status quo, and the mainstream media is not a fair watchdog. So, the nation’s last line of defense is for We the People to rise up and say, “enough is enough.” Obama’s lawless encouragement of illegal immigration should be the tipping point for that political will because it impacts all Americans – native-born and legal immigrants of all backgrounds who followed the rules and now watch rewards go to rule breakers while they’re forced to compete for limited jobs and resources. It’s the tipping point because the forgotten working class is hurt most by this lawlessness; and these good Americans deserve the strongest, most effective tool to defend the livelihoods they’ve so honorably built!
This was posted on August 2013: Ana worked for John McCain (R-AZ) and failed GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman. She was becoming the “Republican” the mainstream media loved to have on for her attacks against conservatives:
During Huntsman’s disastrous 2012 Republican presidential campaign she and her campaign spent more time bashing conservatives than Democrats. After the campaign, Huntsman co-founded “No Labels.” And the mainstream press found plenty of uses for Navarro to help them push and validate their anti-conservative biases. Navarro figured out–like Steve Schmidt, David Frum and Nicole Wallace before her–that the more she trashes conservatives, the more pats on the head and airtime she receives from the mainstream press.
Also posted on August 2013, Michelle McCormick pointed out that Navarro was making a name for herself by following in the footsteps of other Rinos who dissed Republicans to seek Media attention. She pointed out that:
Navarro was compiling a record of dismissing conservatives that threaten her establishment –like Cruz and Sarah Palin who shes trashed and mocked, accusing her of not being able to appeal to Hispanics. (Palin polled better among Hispanics than Rubio, according to a national poll conducted by Public Policy Polling. And Rubio’s numbers have further plummeted since he became the face of comprehensive immigration reform in the Senate.)
We are expected to believe that JEB BUSH has the answers and Sarah Palin is wrong. He could not care any less about the country or this party as he has not chimed in on any of the major issues pressing us like she has. His views will never translate to votes, yet that is where this Republican party is steering us… to Jeb 2016. As far as Hispanics are concerned they have left the part in droves since Bush 41 in 1988. Ana does not defend impeachment. She dismisses Sarah’s valid points and insists on Jeb Bush’s ill-conceived views on immigration reform which we know don’t work.
DO NOT MISS THIS CLIP Ana to Steve King (R-IA)
“go get himself some therapy for his melon fixation. I think there might be medication for that.”
“I think there might be medication for that. I think he’s a mediocre congressman with no legislative record and the only time he makes national press is when he comes out and says something offensive about the undocumented or Hispanics.” “I spoke only of drug smugglers, and if Ana understands the language she should know that,” King replied. “I didn’t insult her.” “I’m not undocumented, Congressman,” Navarro said. “Where’s the compassion for the families who have lost their children, lost their family members, who are buried today because we didn’t enforce immigration law?” King asked. “We need to secure the border first, restore the rule of law, then we can have this discussion that you want to get to. Let’s not be insulting people in the process.” “Oh, you’re going to talk to me about insulting people?” Navarro said.