Momentum continues to build in Congress to get rid of Trump as quickly as possible.
The damage to America’s democracy and soul by Trump is immeasurable, but does it outweigh the pandemic, economy and other issues?
As more and more Republicans say they’ve “had it” with Trump, his lies and his antics, the pressure is on to get him out of the White House and Washington now.
Bye, bye, you un-American guy. “I do think the president committed impeachable offenses,” says Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Pat Toomey. He joins a growing list of Republicans who say Trump must go, even before his term ends in 10 days, and never be allowed to seek office again.
Trump’s megalomania would never let himself accept defeat while his hate and anger brought him to want to burn down the place that now rejects him.
The Democratic sweep of the Georgia Senate runoff elections on Jan. 5th gave Biden control of the Senate leadership of his party by his party and the troubles in Washington give him some pending help from fed-up Republicans over Trump.
With Trump holed in his office, many worry that he is plotting more violence and mayhem in his final days in office.
He still has support from extremists, some rank-and-file, and hard-core right-wingers but he is no longer the dominating force for the GOP.
Three days before the day that brought an invasion of the building that contained America’s government, destruction, and death, the Pentagon and other agencies offered help to guard the building, but the Capitol Police said “no.”
“Supporting Josh Hawley was the worst decision I’ve ever made in my life,” declares legendary Missouri Senator John Danforth. Simon & Shuster pulled the plug on a book by Hawley, scheduled for publicans and release by June. They want nothing to do with him.