Bongino Given ‘Tremendous Compliment’ by DC Insider: ‘He won’t do s*** for us’

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Dan Bongino, a self-described “conservatarian” running for Congress to represent Maryland’s 6th district, has publicly wondered why, despite tremendous grassroots support, the Republican establishment is refusing to support his campaign:

What’s your reason for ignoring me, and the many others fighting for this magical country’s tomorrows? Do I not fit into your box? Is it my youth, my message, or is it that I haven’t firmly planted my lips on your rear-end?

I’m a Republican because I believe liberty matters and we should not surrender OUR party to cronyists and connected-insiders. 

10584051_717305658362198_7245285598306522531_n (1)The 39 year-old former Secret Service agent and small business owner has raised nearly one million dollars, mostly on small individual donations, drawing enthusiastic grassroots support in a district that had a Republican Congressman from 1993 through 2012.

This past week, Bongino got his answer.

I was paid a tremendous compliment recently, although it wasn’t intended…

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The Constitutional Provision that Will Save America

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We’re better than this.

That was my overwhelming thought as I reflected on today’s elitists who have hijacked, distorted, or otherwise ignored America’s founding document.

Today is the 227th anniversary of the United States Constitution, a revolutionary document that established a one-of-a-kind Republic. It is truly magnificent. The Constitution was clear: there would be no king, no royalty, no lords. Instead, the authority rested in the rule of law and consent of the governed. By carefully separating the government’s power into three branches, the Framers of the Constitution sought to check the federal government against itself in order to preserve the rights and freedoms of the people.

The states themselves would serve as an additional safeguard against any overreach with its representation in the Senate. Unfortunately, that role has since been abolished, and subsequently the balance of power has been tipped dangerously. 

“As government expands, liberty contracts.” -Ronald Reagan

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