Once enough time has passed that the the immediacy of the insurrection has waned, all those donors will come flooding back, without fear of being called on it. This is just a minor hiccup in the GOP’s income stream.
The RNC leadership was involved in the Trumpsurrection. Seize their assets using Civil Asset Forfeiture to start with and let’s see how many GOP politicians stick around from either faction.
I’d love to see that happen, but will the Dems have the stomach for it? I have my doubts, unfortunately.
Absolutely they don’t.
“Nobody’s off the hook” except, you know, trump, mtg, ted cruz, mconnell, lindsey graham, all of trump’s children, jared kushner, bill barr, all of trump’s svotus appointments.
You know, just the important stuff. Oh sure the fbi will throw the book at a few hundred dumbasses with more money than sense, but all the people who actually caused the insurrection are definitely off the hook. The worst that’ll happen is, maybe they’ll end up losing an election at some point. But probably not.
Which “left” would that be? Liberals aren’t as left wing as some people think they are and socialism is the opposite of blaming the working class.
Or are we talking about the same arseholes who say that I can’t be working class because I am transgender? Because they are not the left.
There are a lot of problems with how our legislative branch operates that makes it difficult to get meaningful effective laws passed. I’m not sure where to begin. But too many Republicans rely on the votes of angry racist wingnuts, too many Democrats rely on the votes of spineless comfortable liberals, and all of them are reliant on money money money. This situation makes it hard for them to “do the right thing”, assuming any of them even know what “the right thing” is anymore.
It’s not so much the Dems as the DoJ. If the AG is up for it, don’t you think there are attorneys in the DOJ who are ready to hit the fascist party where it hurts?
I mean people who are quite liberal, especially when it comes to social issues, but then bemoan how those poor, “uneducated” blue collar workers in the Rust Belt were so easily duped. It’s a lazy stereotype, but one that I’ve seen more times than I care to count over the past four years.
I honestly don’t think the will exists to pursue actual consequences for any of the ruling class. There will be a lot of sternly-worded letters, and a few show-trials of the little people, and that will be it.
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