Where is Missouri’s über ambitious US Senator today? Where is Texas’ dumb junior US Senator Raphael Cruz?
Where are the other ten Republican US senators, Wisconsin’s Ron Johnson, Oklahoma’s James Lankford, Montana’s Steve Daines, Louisiana’s John Kennedy, Tennesee’s Marsha Blackburn, Indiana’s Mike Braun, Wyoming’s Cynthia Lummis, Kansas’ Roger Marshall, Tennessee’s’ Bill Hagerty, Alabama’s Tommy Tuberville?
How will the United States Government have any credibility in the future, I ask, if these merchants of sedition and insurrection are allowed to remain in the so-called world’s greatest deliberative body?
Are we supposed to move along and forget what they did in the spirit of kumbaya? Are Americans, the majority of the nation, not the ignorant seditionists, supposed to go along with those leaders of the seditionists cult still embedded in the US Government? Should they continue to make and pass laws, knowing that they are enemies of democracy?
That is a serious indictment on the Republican party.
It now means that not only is it impossible for the nation to trust the Republican party, but the party is also a threat to national security.
I continue to say that there is no Federal Domestic Terrorism statute because it would ensnare white men.
It is now time for the incoming Democratic Administration, and the fully Democratic Congress, to enact a Domestic Terrorism Statute.
After 9⁄11 attacks on the nation, Republican President George W Bush proposed legislation now known as the Patriot Act.
Republican Officials did not waste time passing the patriot act, and with good reason, they got almost all of the Democrats on record, they were told either you support the legislation, or support the terrorists.
Now is the time to draft a Domestic Terrorism bill and sell it to the American people.
Then get the Republican Seditionists in both chambers of the Congress to vote against it.
Mike writes for thinkers
Mike Beckles is a former Police Detective, businessman, freelance writer, a black achiever honoree, and publisher of the blog mikebeckles.com.