On Jason Chaffetz’s Announcement To Leave Congress: A Completely Different Perspective

I will always consider Jason Chaffetz one of the good guys pushing hard and back at the progressive democrats on the hill.


He did this many times quite successfully.

The information provided below discusses a man, the man who had an opportunity and failed to seize it.


The time-frame was 2011 – the Tea Party had just crushed a republican Utah senator named Bob Bennett a year earlier.  

The massive push-back against the growth of government including TARP, Auto Bailouts and now ObamaCare was fueling the grassroots movement; the Professional Republican Party hierarchy, the GOP, was furious; the Tea Party represented a risk to the establishment republican authority.

The GOP were in the midst of formulating a push-back plan against the Tea Party through the use of the SCOTUS decision “Citizens United.”

Establishment Republicans were organizing tens of millions into Super-PAC constructs to crush Tea Party insurgents.


The time-frame was 2011, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch was up for reelection in ’12 and the Tea Party wave was pushing House Republican Jason Chaffetz to challenge Hatch for the Senate seat.

The GOP knew if Chaffetz challenged Hatch their tenured statesman would be lost (just like Bennett before him).


GOP corrupt Senate leadership (McConnell, Portman, Cornyn, Corker, Blunt, Burr, Crapo et al) were assembling all resources to kill the Tea Party uprising.

They reached out to like-minded colleague John Boehner, Speaker of the House for support.

Hatch must be protected from the challenge.

Speaker Boehner, Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy (influence agents) told Jason Chaffetz to back away from the primary challenge and he would be rewarded with a bigger office, cushy career advancement, and the Chairmanship of an important and powerful committee.

The GOP warned Chaffetz it would be in his long-term best interests to turn away from the Tea Party because the GOP were going to go nuclear against the rebellion. 

There was also a 2012 Presidential race on the horizon and all efforts would be expended to destroy the opposition to their previously selected candidate, Mitt Romney.  


Jason Chaffetz agreed to walk away from the grassroots movement and embrace the  along with all their promises. 

It was a decision point, a critical decision point, and Chaffetz chose the establishment.

The grassroots movement would never forget.

It was far too consequential a moment to be dispatched and/or understood.

This was a matter of principle and was logged in the memory banks of many,  including a billionaire Tea Party supporter named Donald Trump.

Jason Chaffetz could never again be trusted.

In the years that followed, Chaffetz was indeed elevated in House status and was indeed given the Committee Chairmanship promised as part of the deal.

However, one of the future promises made to Chaffetz was for the 2018 senate seat when Hatch was anticipated to retire (Hatch would be 84).

No-one needs to rehash the time period between 2011 and 2016 as it relates to the Tea Party objectives and the DC professional apparatus endeavors to crush the groups.

Everything is a matter of clear record showcasing the UniParty lies, schemes and intransigent corruption within the swamp.

Understanding the attack (this was now a UniParty in DC), the Tea Party necessarily changed tactics from direct confrontation to the insurgency.  

The UniParty meant there was only one political perspective in DC, we needed to create a second. 

In 2016 the successful election of Donald Trump was the culmination of that insurgent endeavor.

So, here it is, 2017, the year before the 2018 election for Senator Orrin Hatch’s seat.

Jason Chaffetz expecting a continuation of a political promise toward a specific outcome, but those logged insurgent memory banks are also remembering.  

Remember, trust, once lost, is impossible to regain.

Now the People’s President Donald Trump, the tip-of-the-spear for the insurgency, tells Senator Orrin Hatch not to retire, to run for re-election.

And today, after two weeks of calls and evaluating his position, Jason Chaffetz calls it quits:


The moral of the story is several-fold:

First, don’t choose alliances with a group of one-legged men, or you too will end up limping.

And never, never ever, think President Donald Trump doesn’t fully understand the swamp world of Machiavellian politics.




About JCscuba

I am firmly devoted to bringing you the truth and the stories that the mainstream media ignores. Together we can restore our constitutional republic to what the founding fathers envisioned and fight back against the progressive movement. Obama nearly destroyed our country economically, militarily coupled with his racism he set us further on the march to becoming a Socialist State. Now it's up to President Trump to restore America to prominence. Republicans who refuse to go along with most of his agenda RINOs must be forced to walk the plank, they are RINOs and little else.
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One Response to On Jason Chaffetz’s Announcement To Leave Congress: A Completely Different Perspective

  1. drartaud says:

    Excellent article. Thanks much. His retirement has been a conundrum to my wife and I, makes vivid sense now.


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