Posted originally on the conservative tree house on February 6, 2021 by Sundance
There is over a decade of deep research on Tom Donohue and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce within this website. It was Donohue who originated the cabal assembly we define as “DeceptiCons”. The U.S. CoC has been the biggest lobbyist spender in Washington DC since globalism and support for Wall Street took priority.
Immediately after they admitted the U.S. CoC worked with Big Labor and leftists to try and remove President Trump, Tom Donohue announces his departure from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Via Axios – Board leadership at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is close to naming Thomas Donohue’s successor, and is expected to appoint Suzanne Clark as its next leader, people familiar with the matter tell Axios.
Why it matters: As CEO, Donohue, 83, built the chamber into a political powerhouse that supports pro-business policies, contributes huge sums largely to Republicans and promises to give its international and domestic members a voice in Washington.
Some call it ‘Globalism vs Nationalism’, at other times it is best described as “Wall Street -vs- Main Street”; however, the overarching bigger picture is a battle over economics and the financial power structures that oppose President Trump, ie. “The Big Club”.
CTH has often said ‘everything is about the economics’, because it is. Ask the ‘why’ question five times to any issue and you will find the root issue is money. Power, greed and control, it is all about the money and the economics.
Opposition to President Trump’s singularly unique and transformational reset of the U.S. economic system ultimately boiled down to a battle against the ‘Big Club’. That is why corporate media aligned with labor and the leftists to remove their nemesis.
Every political confrontation is a move within this dynamic. The structural battle is not based on party affiliation, it is based on control and ownership of economics.
Billionaires on one side of the UniParty spend hundreds-of-millions in opposition to the MAGA agenda. That agenda, that economic agenda, is the existential threat to the Big Club’s grip on power.
Here’s the critical aspect: When it comes to the economics, there are no big spending billionaires on the nationalist side of the equation. The interests of Wall Street Democrats and Wall Street Republicans are based on globalism; Wall Street not Main Street.
In this fight there are no nationalist MAGA-donors to counterbalance that spending initiative other than you, the people.
Each of the lost congressional districts were targeted by the multinational Big Club. Until the MAGA base gets a firm understanding of how this works opposition will continue to succeed. There is no MAGA-PAC or financial alliance system, funded by Wall Street billionaires who support the principles of economic nationalism, to counteract this dynamic. It just doesn’t exist.
In the ‘globalist’ multinational, Wall Street dynamic, the Big Club DNC donor base and the Big Club RNC donor base have mutual self interests. Within this interest, President Trump was/is their unified opposition.
The only defeating mechanism that can structurally override this dynamic is an independent Billionaire and a massive amount of tax-paying small donors, ordinary middle-Americans, who can supplement the financial arsenal. Think back to 2015/2016, and you will see the single-successful-reference for this reality at work.
Everything is about the economics.
The Big Club opposition to President Trump was/is based on financial best-interest. That opposition is not bound to a political party ideology. It is an ideology based on economics. In essence, this is a structural economic battle that is being waged politically.
Another intensely visible example of his dynamic is the Big Club donor-base within the GOP supporting Kevin McCarthy, and ADDING Rep. Liz Cheney (Wyo.) who was chosen to serve as House Republican conference chair, the #3 GOP spot in the House.
In the economic battle the successful defeat and diminishment of a House republican political body is more about creating a vulnerability, and creating a bigger opportunity to remove the existential threat President Trump’s economic policies represent.
Decades of financial policy were intentionally structured to the benefit of the BIG CLUB and the multinational Wall Street alliance represented by U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue. This is not a Republican -vs- Democrat issue; this is a larger confrontation between those who hold financial power and a singular person, President Donald Trump, who was/is determined to remove that grip.