Conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly called on voters to reject Speaker Paul Ryan in his primary election next week.
Paul Ryan is up against conservative businessman Paul Ryan in his Wisconsin primary next week.
Ryan hopes to transform America with open borders, mass migration, and anti-worker trade policies.
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Schlafly, a national conservative who has led the conservative movement for generations, called on the American people to “get rid” of Speaker Ryan.
Schlafly explained that Ryan has repeatedly demonstrated that he is “not really for America” and is “not for American citizens.”
“Get rid of him! We don’t want anybody who believes in open borders,” Schlafly told Breitbart. “Obviously Paul Ryan is not an ‘America first’ guy.”
Schlafly further explained that if Speaker Ryan cannot get in line with the majority of the American electorate on immigration, he “should resign”.
We should not “accept him as Speaker,” Schlafly added—noting that, given Ryan’s constant efforts to undermine his Party’s nominee, “it doesn’t sound like he is loyal to the Republican Party.”
Ryan has become a flashpoint in American politics for pushing a deeply divisive and ambitious agenda of national transformation via open borders, mass migration, and transnational trade deals that trim Congressional authority and threaten American workers.
Ryan has coupled these globalist policies with support for copious government spending, rolling back criminal sentencing penalties and surrendering through silence to various left-wing policy objectives— among them diversity training, affirmative action and race quotas.
Schlafly has been active in politics for more than one-quarter of all American history, and has attended every single Republican National Convention since 1952. Her seminal 1964 book, A Choice Not An Echo, inspired a generation of conservatives and defined the battle lines between the Republican grassroots and the Party elites. Schlafly helped launch the conservative movement, create the pro-family agenda, and has led the fight against open borders trade and immigration policies.
Paul Nehlen is calling next week’s primary “Independence Day.”