People from all over the country and are calling for accountability from Wisconsin's dumb and corrupt senator, Ron Johnson, for his responsibility in the rise of domestic terrorism, which ultimately led up to the MAGA sedition riot in the US Capitol buildings last week.
Former Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) was on MSNBC lays responsibility for the last few years of domestic terrorism right at RoJo's feet.
Last week, on the day before the riot, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (MJS) argued that RoJo needed to be held accountable for his actions of the past two months, including repeating Trump's lies about voter fraud, broken election rules, and baseless conspiracy theories. He went so far as to hold a phony "election fraud" hearing:
Johnson's disgraceful display should not go unpunished. While there is no way to recall a sitting senator — and censure or expulsion (though deserved) is unlikely given the politics of the moment — we urge voters to remember what Johnson has done. Hold him accountable. Demand that qualified challengers, Republican and Democrat alike, run against him if he has the audacity to break another promise and try for a third term in 2022.
After the riot, MJS ran another editorial, not only against RoJo but also his fellow seditionists from Wisconsin, Reps Tom Tiffany and Scott Fitzgerald. This time, MJS turned up the heat so much that these three traitors' asses are probably still burning:
After seeing the damage that their deceitful alliance with Trump has caused, Fitzgerald, Tiffany, Johnson and the rest of the plotters should resign their offices immediately...
Expel them now — every one of them. We would call for the same action if it was Democrats who were denying the results of a fair election and inciting supporters to violent revolt. People of good will in both political parties need to stand up and say enough is enough because government of the people, by the people and for the people is once more in peril...
Johnson, Fitzgerald and Tiffany are cowardly, and they represent a virulent strain of politics that is an existential threat to democracy. In its early days, it was sometimes carried in the bloodstream of the Tea Party movement. But it found its truest expression in the rise and fall of Donald Trump.
What is truly shocking is that Fitzgerald had been sworn in just three days before the riot. He might have set the record for the shortest time in office before breaking his oath.
It's beyond time to clean up congress by finally ridding ourselves of these traitors.