Rep. Raskin: I'm Not Going To Lose My Son At The End Of 2020 And Lose My Country And My Republic In 2021'
Rep. Jamie Raskin, who will be leading the second impeachment of Donald Trump, discussed his decision to take on that task while still suffering from the trauma of losing his son, who died from suicide on New Year's Eve at the age of 25.
After four years of madness, some Republicans are finally admitting in public the dangers of having Trump in office.
"The images of this attack are so shocking that many of Trump's enablers are finally, with just a few days left in his presidency, beginning to get the goddamn point that his continuous lies and humoring of racists and winks and nods to violent extremists are dangerous."
CNN's Jake Tapper tore into the spineless Republicans who refused to appear on his show and defend the indefensible: "There are but two parties now, traitors and patriots."
All that is being done is certain members of Congress and the president and ‘thought leaders’ on Twitter getting retweets, getting followers and raising money on this scam.
Utah Sen. Mitt Romney called Trump's coup attempt "sad" and "embarrassing" but offered no suggestions as to what he and his fellow Senate Republicans should be doing about it.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan took his fellow Republicans to task for going along with Trump's refusal to concede the election and called it embarrassing that more of them aren't speaking out.
The dam is finally starting to break as more and more Republicans are growing tired of Trump's legal team and their embarrassing attempts to overthrow the will of the voters.
CNN's Jake Tapper wonders how long Republicans are going to continue to defer to Trump's legal team which has been embarrassing themselves in one courtroom after another with their frivolous lawsuits based on hearsay, rumors, insinuations, lies and conspiracy theories.
White House Calls Pence An 'Essential Worker' To Justify Him Campaigning In Violation Of CDC Guidelines
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows called VP Mike Pence an "essential worker" in order to justify him continuing to campaign, when he should be quarantining due to coronavirus exposure in his office.
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