Friday, February 19, 2021

This is why the Republican Party should be deleted like a bad post

 







To begin with, the Republican Party has created a turbulence within its members that some say is not fixable. The projections were that this unrest would take hold following Donald Trump's impeachment trial, and there is some evidence of this where six of the seven members voting to impeach Trump have been censured. Former Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) uses Nikki Haley as an example of one who has finally realized the truth...
"I'm glad that belatedly she has come around and acknowledged what many of us have been stating for some time: that we are tired of the cronyism, denialism, nativism and those who are advocating this instability."
RawStory adds from Dent...
"I think going forward a lot of us don't want this a period to be led by those who are handmaidens to the big lie and to the insurrection. This party cannot be about instability and insurrection and we need to get back to a center-right agenda..."
In another take former Washington State Republican party chairman Chris Vance

said, "his one-time party is a lost cause that deserves to be demolished. There's more from RawStory...
"In an interview with the New York Times, former Washington State Republican party chairman Chris Vance said that he's been watching in horror as the GOP has been overtaken by crackpot conspiracy theorists being promoted by former President Donald Trump, including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA)."
Vance declares he doesn't see the party "snapping back." reckoning...
"I don't think the party can be saved," he said. "I think it needs to be broken up, smashed and blown to bits." And Moscow Mitch continues to be riddled with the kind of hypocrisy that has made him the lowlife of the U.S. Senate for years with ratings like 21.8 favorable, 63.3 unfavorable according to RealClear Politics. Here are his recent comments re. Trump's impeachment trial...
“Former President Trump’s actions [that] preceded the riot were a disgraceful, disgraceful dereliction of duty.” He added, “Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day.”
But then when the time came, he voted to acquit with the reasoning the trial had come too late, when in fact he was the one who delayed the whole process. However, there is more to the Moscow Mitch scenario that 'tis a puzzlement to many. Here's a headline by a Kentucky columnist re. McConnell that is startling: "Hated by absolutely everyone." Moscow Mitch lives in Kentucky...
"In a scorching column for the Lexington Herald-Leader, columnist Linda Blackford accused McConnell of standing by while 'His beloved Republican party has turned into a death cult in thrall to a pathetic and pathological egotist.'"
So, why is he still in office? There's more...
"Everyone sees through him now. He may have helped create the modern Republican party, but when it most needed saving, he was nowhere to be found. He could have given political cover to his colleagues to stand up to Trump and the attack on Jan. 6, but as I wrote before, the monster he helped create was no longer in his control," she wrote before stating McConnell's legacy is forever stained.

The Republican Party after Trump... 


So be it. 
And there's much more to worry about with Lindsey Graham's statement,

"Impeachment Trial Boosts Lara Trump’s Chances of Joining Senate." Although she is not a Trump/Trump, she is a part of this mentally disturbed family whose head almost brought the United States to its knees. There is no room in this country for any more of the Trump brand. After exclaiming that Virginia Sen. Richard Burr's vote to convict Trump, Graham added...

“The biggest winner of this whole impeachment trial is Lara Trump,” Graham said on Fox News Sunday. “My dear friend Richard Burr, who I like and have been friends to a long time, just made Lara Trump almost the certain nominee for the Senate seat in North Carolina to replace him if she runs.”

If the voters of Virginia allow this to happen, well, there is really no excuse for that kind of stupidity. But nothing compares with what comes out of the state of Arizona when you look for morons in the Republican Party. Here's a headline for you, "Arizona legislator compares transgender people to farm animals." State Rep.

 

John Fillmore "is facing an ethics complaint after he compared transgender people to farm animals at a Wednesday committee hearing."

I am a Zoni and have to face similar idiocies from these Republican blockheads on a daily basis. The state is currently purple, slowly turning blue. Here is what Fillmore proposes...

"The hearing was for House Bill 2725, which would require state identification documents to contain only a male or female gender marker. The bill pre-emptively bans nonbinary people, who are neither exclusively male nor female, from using gender-neutral X markers on their IDs, even though Arizona law doesn’t currently permit that."

Now you know what I'm talking about. So, considering all of the above, it would be downright interesting to gather the Republicans all together, along with all their warped ideology, have them smile and look neat, and then delete the whole thing. There, I've said it and I feel so much better. However, first, let's let all those 1,000s from the right who are deserting the GOP for the left fulfill their goals. Welcome to the party of all that's good!

 

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