Why are republicans so opposed to COVID vaccines? Claiming it is "political" is reductive. Perhaps the motive is more insidious.
Trump to block the commission by any means possible. Republicans obeyed Trump and put a stop to the negotiated bipartisan investigation.
When Ms. Pelosi formed the Select Committee, Trump’s only remaining option was placing surrogates for himself and Giuliani on the committee.
The tide seems to be turning a bit this week. With COVID surging mainly in red states, Republicans suddenly seem willing to endorse vaccines. Fox hosts Steve Doocy and Sean Hannity encouraged their viewers to look into the shot. And long-time holdout and number 2 Republican in the House, Steve Scalise got his jab.
Now the GOP assault of free and fair elections is an all-out assault on democracy and a majority of Americans believe that the rash of Republican election audits are an effort to undermine the previous election’s results and sow suspicion in America’s electoral process.
One might ask: Would Republicans deliberately endanger the lives of their base to win elections? Of course, they would.
What is not normal is Republican Senators begging the Democratic Administration to undo the catastrophic damage their alleged man-turned-god inflicted because Republicans abdicated their sworn duties to a fascist madman.
A select committee will identify every last treasonous Republican in Congress and state legislature who helped incite Trump’s acolytes to attack the Capitol with the sole intent of overthrowing the Constitution.
One would think that a United States senator would have something important to do other than attempt to sic the religious police on a foreign nation enforcing a public health law.
Mike Pence lied by claiming the academic subject CRT is “state sponsored and state-sanction racism.”
What is happening in Missouri – holding healthcare hostage to control women’s reproductive rights – is happening across the country in Republican led states.
Anyone with a pulse knows everything McConnell works for is power and not the good of the country.
It doesn’t matter what era America’s fallen heroes lived and died in, they would not understand why a political party and its followers are embracing fascism the Founding Fathers spent no small amount of time and energy to prevent from ever happening.
Republicans could have prevented these fascist provocateurs and potential rebels shortly after the November election but they didn’t.
Heritage is panting to destroy democracy, but their long term goal is implementing a Christian theocracy – which is why they hired evangelical fanatic Mike Pence as a pubic policy advisor.
Republicans support Trump not because they are afraid of him, but because they support every bad thing he stands for if it means they get to hold on to power.
What McCarthy and all Republicans know for a fact is that any formal congressional commission will reveal their whole-hearted, and months-long. participation in the domestic terror attack against the United States government.
It is high time to call out Republicans loyal to a demented fascist for their anti- and un-American actions that no longer border on fascism because they have, as a movement, crossed that line.
None of these fascist measures are constitutional and yet it is doubtful the conservatives on the Supreme Court will lift a finger to restore the First Amendment rights of the people or protect their right to vote.
The Republican Party is increasingly becoming a regional party as Nevada voter registration numbers show the GOP is now third in the state.