Trump’s second indictment was the usual House Republicans freak show

So now, after more than four years of praising Donald Trump’s “exquisite” leadership; over four years sweeping lines like the one on finding the Second Amendment solution for Hillary Clinton saying he was joking; and most recently, after nine weeks of mostly being complicit in Trump’s senseless claims about voter fraud; after Trump tore the country in two and intimidated local Republicans trying to do their job and caused a riot that sought to kill his own vice president and killed a policeman, exactly 10 out of 207 Republican Party members voting in the House of Representatives have officially declared that they are ready to impeach Trump.

For most of the United States, the week since the riots has escalated the horror. With each new day, we see shocking videos showing that some of the intruders knew about the Capitol floor plan. We are learning new details about the proximity of danger or death of some members and employees. And of course, we see Trump himself in Texas once again denying that he has anything to do with what happened after he urged the true believers he summoned that “you must be strength”.

But for House Republicans, the past seven days have had the opposite effect: They rallied around and realized that if they only published a few superficial false denunciations of the violent rioters, they could quickly start blaming again. the left for everything and to blame The Democrats are in a way the real supporters of violence.

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