Rep. Paul Mitchell has no use for today's Republican Party after the attempted coup attempt.
Trump isn't giving up his grip on the Republicans, he said.
"Donald Trump intends to keep his grip on the Republican party, and Republicans are going to have to figure out how to deal with it," Schmidt said.
Senator Ben Sasse had a long list of valid complaints about Donald Trump on a phone call with constituents. Is this the beginning of the end of Republican complicity? Too damn late, Ben.
"We are on the edge of a kind of government meltdown and chaos." says Bob Woodward. Republicans are completely complicit with Trump's madness, Bob.
Joy Ann Reid puts Trump's love for Putin in the correct perspective, and blames a 'supine' Republican Party for letting "Mini Putin" remain in power.
An update to our story from Pennsylvania. State GOPs are sending absentee ballot applications to people who never lived in their state. It smells very fishy
No, really. They stand for nothing except support for Dear Leader. So much for "debating" Republicans.
Wait, what? Trump admits (AGAIN) that expanding voting access dooms his political party. Sad!
Trump himself tweets out QAnon conspiracy theories, as does Donny Jr., not that the tweets are based in any sort of reality or fact.
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