Here is the FBI’s Most Wanted page for the Trump’s insurrectionists. Please take a look & see if you recognize any of these traitors.
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“History sees you standing with lies. History sees you being a coward.”
Jake Tapper rails against Republicans who are standing by lies - CNN Video
CNN’s Jake Tapper says that Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is standing up for facts while a large part of her colleagues in the House GOP are pushing conspiracies and lies.
What happened to the Republican party? Why are they worshiping a golden calf when a majority of the GOP calls themselves Christians?
The GOP’s devotion to Trump threatens to destroy American democracy - CNN Politics
With its cultish devotion to Donald Trump, the majority of the Republican Party is choosing a wannabe-autocrat over the political system that made the United States the world’s most powerful nation and its dominant democracy.
Arizona secretary of state on GOP election audit: ‘This seems like such a farce’
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs on Monday criticized the ongoing Republican election audit of the 2020 ballots from Arizona’s largest county as a political stunt, calling it a “farce” and saying it should end.
Here’s an excellent essay on the state of our Republic.
FOR THE REPUBLIC | Esquire | MARCH 2021
Donald Trump may be out of office, but he opened a door that cannot be closed without a monumental effort
160 years ago, the Civil War began. In some ways, the principles our country defended against the southern traitors are principles we are still fighting for every day. In many obvious ways, Minneapolis has become ground zero for this battle.
April 12, 2021
Yesterday, at about 2:00 in the afternoon, a white police officer in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright, a Black man, after what seems to have been a routine traffic stop turned up an arrest warrant. Today, the Brooklyn Center police chief told reporters that the a…
This article is startling…
April 7, 2021
Last night, commentator Kevin Williamson published a piece in National Review justifying voter suppression by suggesting that “the republic would be better served by having fewer—but better—voters.” Representatives, he says, “are people who act in other people’s interests,” which is different from d…