Losing the popular vote twice and being impeached twice is enough to make you a tantric guru

Riding with the cops and rooting for the robbers, many members of the Senate GQP have made their decisions, siding with technical arguments as the Republic was threatened. Criming will happen again, even if violating a Constitutional oath while in office, and now further as the potential of returning to office remains.

Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., said Thursday that he has decided he will vote to acquit Trump because he believes the trial is unconstitutional, putting himself on record among Republican senators who are likely or certain to oppose conviction.

“This was unconstitutional. And so it makes it difficult to back up,” he told reporters during an afternoon break.


Wait until January 6! It’s going to be wild!”

The conservative Wall Street Journal editorial board on Thursday delivered a damning verdict on former President Donald Trump’s “disgraceful” conduct during the January 6th riots at the United States Capitol building.

At the start of the editorial, the editors credit House impeachment managers for “laying out a visceral case that the Capitol riot of Jan. 6 was a disgrace for which President Trump bears responsibility.”

The editors note that Trump continued to escalate his rhetoric even as court after court found his campaign’s claims of mass voter fraud to be utterly meritless.

“Mr. Trump told an apocalyptic fable in which American democracy might end on Jan. 6, and some people who believed him acted like it,” they write. “Once the riot began, Mr. Trump took hours to say anything, a delay his defenders have not satisfactorily explained.”

The editorial concludes by stating that Trump’s conduct during the riots should end any future political ambitions, even if it doesn’t result in his conviction.


“Anyone who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.”



  • February 11, 2021