AOC on congresspeople complicit with the insurrection: "Those who sought pardons should be expelled"

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When asked for comment, her fellow target Nancy Pelosi re-read a short poem.

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Talk about a no brainer.

If you actively try to overthrow the government, then you should no longer be allowed to be in government.

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Asking for a pardon before you’ve been charged with a crime is basically a confession.

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You don’t let self confessed pedophiles teach kindergarten.

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Expelled and locked up for life. Get em, AOC.

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Every single Democrat should have been SCREAMING this constantly every day since the insurrection and doing everything they could to make it happen. AOC is great, but we need more than just a small handful of people who don’t treat this sort of thing as normal and acceptable.

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Strange isn’t it? The sound of crickets coming from Dems in this regard.

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Even after four years of Trump, I still managed to be shocked that the insurrectionists were not only not thrown out of congress, but no one even seemed to be trying to make it happen. It’s so obviously unacceptable.

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Ah, never heard it called a poem before!

You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used against you in court. You have the right to talk to a lawyer for advice before we ask you any questions. You have the right to have a lawyer with you during questioning. If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed for you before any questioning if you wish. If you decide to answer questions now without a lawyer present, you have the right to stop answering at any time.

Oh, not that one

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It’ll never happen. Those people have fully paid off the House Ethics Committee.

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Like those people matter anymore. A false veneer of honor added to make us believe that they are worthy of their positions.

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Nothing basically about it. Its a confession. An unambiguous admission of wrongdoing.

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