Republicans hit their red line desperation point at the Strzok hearing when Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) called Peter Strzok a liar and brought up an affair that he had. Democrats responded by asking a frothing Gohmert if he needed his meds.
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords, who was shot while meeting constituents in 2011, told Republicans to show some courage and face their constituents by holding town halls.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) cited violent strains of leftists who may shoot him like Gabby Giffords if he holds town hall meetings, as a reason for avoiding face to face meetings with his constituents.
There is hardly a bigger motivator than fear, and it is a fact not lost on Republicans who prey on Americans’ fear of all things not conservative, but especially those foreign “extremists.” Of course, some Americans are acutely aware that the biggest threat to their safety, and the nation, is from American extremists in the white supremacist, anti-government, and fanatical Christian movements. Whether it was the white supremacist who massacred nine African Americans in church, several predominately Black churches set on fire across the South, or armed militias seeking to start a war against the United States government, most people comprehend that homegrown extremists pose the greatest threat to America.
As Jeb has reminded us, Dubya is our problem, not his. Or Gohmert's. Or the Republican Party's, it seems
Congressional Republicans are upset with Pope Francis for making political statements on issues like income inequality, climate change, and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
I paraphrase, but not by much. Gohmert uses nuns, the Posse Comitatus Act, and Waco 1993 to prove Obama is to blame
Texas GOP Congressman Louie Gohmert issued a statement on May 5, 2015, that gives voice to the bizarre Jade Helm 15 conspiracy theory.
In a radio interview, former GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann asserted that President Obama's policies will lead to World War III.
Prior to making the announcement on his upcoming departure, it was business as usual, as Jon Stewart once again aimed his sharp wit at his favorite target -- Fox News.
Despite the backing of Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin, Louie Gohmert received just three votes in his bid to unseat House Speaker Boehner.
This is really about opposition to Obama, and in violation of the Constitution, forcing him into the role of a compliant puppet of Congress
Tea Baggers love Louie Gohmert, which may explain why the man sounds barely sane to the rest of us. McCain got it in one: the man is an idiot
Gohmert says gay soldiers in ancient Greek just wanted massages, but Philip of Macedon, who fought them, knew the worthiness of the paired lovers of the Theban Sacred Band
Texas Republican Randy Weber says Obama's record on invented scandals is so bad that he can't possibly be on top of another scandal they invented
Republicans are saying Obama is underestimating threat of Ebola, which might explain why they're refusing to fund a cure and provide healthcare
Every time I hear a pundit or a pollster discuss the certainty that Republicans will hold the House or the high probability they will gain control of the Senate I suspect I am having an out-of-body experience.
Gohmert asks, "So, you do not believe somebody would go to Hell if they do not believe Jesus is the way, the truth, the life?"
The watchdog group Right Wing Watch recently uncovered video footage of Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) telling voters in his district that property owners should be the only ones allowed to vote.
Representative Ted Yoho (R-FL) sent out an invitation through his Facebook page for a 'Family Firearm Safety Event' that will be held in Lake City, FL on December 14th.