AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Is your face stinging, America? Is there a bruise swelling on your cheek? Is your eye blackening? It should be.
Congress slapped We the People across the face this week in their furious hatred for Donald Trump and for us as well.
All week during the phony Impeachment proceedings, they characterized us as stupid, brainwashed, radicalized rubes with no control over our emotions nor our actions, incapable of independent thought who were whipped into a rage-fuelled, bloodthirsty lather on January 6th to ransack the Capitol building we actually hold in awe.
A rage that didn't explode on November 4th, didn't spontaneously combust during the (almost) 2 Million MAGA March in December and never raged during the Jericho March either. Frankly, by January 6th, we were getting a little tired.
Congress couldn't have insulted us, their constituents, more profoundly.
And they couldn't be more wrong.
Mordor, I mean, Washington D. C. went stark, staring, raving nuts this week.
Never have so many swear words been shouted on the floor of the Senate. Never!
Maryland's Democratic Senator Jamie Raskin left all the profanity unbleeped in the January 6th "evidence" video he presented to the Senate today as he kicked off the so-called "impeachment trial" of our duly re-elected and beloved President Trump. As Senator Raskin made a mockery of all things just, lawful and Constitutional, he left me so infuriated I was muttering some of those same words myself.
Thankfully, Jason Chaffetz kept his cool and tweeted this:
Hearing the false narrative, the concocted fake reality spewed by the Democrats was so painful and infuriating, in all honesty, I only listened to bits and pieces of today's Senate proceedings. But it was enough. Heck! It was way too much.
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