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Lindsey Graham Says It Might Be Time To Impeach Kamala Harris

According to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), now that former President Donald Trump has been impeached and acquitted for a second time, Vice President Kamala Harris should be the next public official to face impeachment.

Graham appeared on “Fox News Sunday” and suggested that if Republicans win back control of the House of Representatives in 2022, Harris might be facing impeachment for supporting members of the Black Lives Matter movement who protested the killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota, last year:

“The trial record was a complete joke. Hearsay on top of hearsay, and we’ve opened Pandora’s Box for future presidents and if you use this model, I don’t know how Kamala Harris doesn’t get impeached if Republicans take over the House because she actually bailed out rioters, and more of the rioters went back to the streets and broke somebody’s head open, so we’ve opened Pandora’s Box here, and I’m sad for the country.”

Harris didn’t bail out any rioters. The Washington Post destroyed that GOP lie in September of 2020. All she did was tweet out support for the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF), which provides assistance for those accused of crimes.

It’s clear that Lindsey Graham still has his nose stuck so far up Donald Trump’s ass that he can’t tell if it’s day or night. But his allegiance to the failed, one-term president is little more than a play for political cover. If Graham continues to blindly march in lockstep with Trump, he may find out that the country — and his constituents — have passed him by.

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Ana Navarro Humiliates Marco Rubio When He Makes Excuses For Not Supporting Trump’s Impeachment

It should be clear by now that the vast majority of Republicans are brainless, gutless cowards who have lived in fear of Donald Trump for the past four years and continue to tremble at the thought of the Donald saying something negative about them.

Take, for example, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who pretended to be a man by confronting Trump during the 2016 GOP primaries and suggesting that Donnie’s tiny hands suggested he was inadequate in other areas.

But Rubio soon backed down and returned to his safe space as soon Trump labeled him “Little Marco” and aimed his ire in the senator’s direction. Since then, Rubio has been an obedient little knave, genuflecting in Trump’s direction when he’s not busy hypocritically posting Bible verses on his Twitter account.

And now Little Marco is making excuses for why he doesn’t support Trump’s second impeachment despite overwhelming evidence that the former president did indeed incite the insurrection that led to the storming of the Capitol in January:

Ana Navarro of The View — who just so happens to be a resident of the state Rubio represents — saw his tweet and decided it needed fixing, so she edited it for him and also humiliated him with her correction:

It’s quite telling that Rubio admitted the attack on the Capitol was more dangerous that most of us realize. And yet he directly undercuts that assertion by adding that the criminal justice system should deal with the matter. It’s the epitome of cowardice.

And if the senator’s tweet isn’t spineless enough, he also turned off all comments so no one can respond to him. That alone proves what a hypocritical little weasel he is and always will be.

The Republican Party is now the party of sedition, treason, and insurrection. Their refusal to punish Donald Trump even though he’s out of office is proof-positive that the GOP is now nothing more than a death cult wrapped in a snake’s skin.

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RNC Chair Gets Humiliated For Using Abe Lincoln To Defend Trump From Impeachment

Is it possible that Republicans are actually managing to get dumber? Or is even possible to get dumber than some of the GOP members currently serving in Congress and other positions of power across the United States?

That question is more relevant than ever as it relates to Ronna McDaniel, the current chairwoman of the Republican National Committee RNC), who thought she would impart her brand of historical “wisdom” when it comes to the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, which begins on Tuesday.

According to Ms. McDaniel, Honest Abe would frown on impeaching Trump:

The People’s House? Really?! Didn’t Trump supporters — egged on by him — attack the Capitol last month and smear shit on the walls once they had forced their way inside the building? Are the people allowed to act in such a way just because one deranged man told them to?

Were he still alive, Abraham Lincoln would be appalled by what has become of the GOP. And he’d probably be ready to switch parties so he could get away from the fetid stench emanating from today’s RNC.

McDaniel’s absurd tweet was quickly slapped down:

Dear Ronna: Abe Lincoln called and said go to hell.


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Revealed: Trump’s Impeachment Defense Will Be To Blame Black People For Inciting Violence

On Monday, the unprecedented second Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump will begin, and the charge this time will be incitement of insurrection for his role in the January 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol which led to the death of a police officer and four other people.

Since we have the former president’s own words from the speech he gave shortly before thousands of his supporter attacked Congress, what possible defense could Trump’s attorneys use? Simple. He plans to blame black people.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) revealed the Trump legal strategy Sunday during an appearance on Fox News, telling host Chris Wallace:

“I think you’re going to see the Trump defense play video of Rep. Maxine Waters telling crowds to mob Trump administration officials and attack them. They’ll probably show clips of Cory Booker saying get up in their face of these congresspeople. You’ll probably see comments from Rep. Omar celebrating the violence that happened to me when I had six ribs broken and part of a lung removed.”

But did Maxine Waters really urge people to “attack” Trump officials? No. She most certainly didn’t. Here’s exactly what she said:

“If you think we’re rallying now, you ain’t seen nothing yet. You have members of your cabinet being booed out of restaurants. You have protesters taking up at their house. We say no peace, no sleep. No peace, so sleep. And guess what? We’re going to win this battle because while you try to quote the Bible, Jeff Sessions, and others, you really don’t know the Bible. God is on our side. On the side of the children. On the side of what’s right. On the side of what’s honorable. On the side of understanding that if we can’t protect the children, we can’t protect anybody, and so let’s stay the course. Let’s make sure that we show up where ever we have to show up. If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out, and you create a crowd, and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”

Did Maxine Waters urge crowds of people to march to the White House and engage violence once they got there? She didn’t Did Ilhan Omar encourage Rand Paul’s neighbor to attack him? Nope.

Of course, it’s no surprise that Trump and his attorneys will attempt to blame African-Americans for his crimes. After all, the Trump family has been discriminating and persecuting black people for decades. It’s what they do.

Just when you think Donald Trump cannot possibly be any more disgusting, he lowers the bar yet again and limbos right under it.

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Matt Gaetz Owns Himself When He Vows To Resign From Congress And Defend Trump In Second Impeachment

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) wound up making a complete fool of himself when he bragged that he was willing to resign his seat in Congress and defend former President Donald Trump at next week’s Senate impeachment trial, which begins on Monday, February 8.

Raheem Kassam, who serves as Editor-in-Chief of the far right site The National Pulse, was the first to report on Gaetz’s comments:

Specifically, Gaetz told former Trump staffer Steve Bannon:

“I would leave my House seat, I would leave my home.

“I view this cancellation of the Trump presidency and the Trump movement as one of the major risks to my people.”

Those remarks led to endless mockery directed at the Florida congressman on social media:

Of course, before Matt defends Trump, he’ll probably need to chug a 12-pack of Budweiser and go for a few laps around town so he can get yet another DUI.