On Jan. 12, NPR reported that during a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, at the Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida, former president Donald Trump showered Stefanik with praise and reportedly declared that she could be president in six years, thus solidifying her position as Trump’s go-to-toady.
According to Merriam Webster, in 17th-century Europe, a toady, or toad-eater was a showman’s assistant whose job was to make the boss look good. The toad-eater would eat or pretend to eat what were supposed to be poisonous toads. His or her charlatan master would then “save” the toad-afflicted assistant by expelling the poison.
Elise Stefanik by word and misdeed, has striven to take her place as the traitor, Donald Trump’s, number one toad-eater and by doing so she has embraced his big lie, forsaken the Constitution, and abandoned any pretense of serving anyone but her master.
And that raises the question: how long will Stefanik’s North Country voters continue to support her and the seditious former president? ####
Updated: March 28, 2022
Evil is as evil does: the toad-eater trashes the master.
“In private conversations, Ms. Stefanik sometimes conceded to former colleagues and confidants that Mr. Trump was a disaster for the party, though she said she did not see an upside to publicly criticizing him,” READ MORE…
And recent revelations indicate that Stefanik is indeed aiding and abetting a felon.
The Guardian reports that Donald Trump appears to have committed multiple felonies as he sought to return himself to power on 6 January, a judge said in a Monday ruling that ordered the Trump lawyer John Eastman to turn over hundreds of emails to the House select committee investigating the Capitol attack. READ MORE…