How Angry Are We?

It’s not a violent anger. It’s a righteous anger. It’s a continuing anger and an anger that comes when you know the truth.

Although the Democrats think the right side will forget about their terrible doings that have shaken our very republic, they are completely wrong. So are conventional Republicans. We have seen what they’ve done and we will remember.

Here are the ten House members who will live in infamy:

In case the names are hard to read they are:

Adam Kinzinger of Illinois (Pence buddy)
John Katko of New York
Liz Cheney of Wyoming (neocon extraordinaire)
Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington
Fred Upton of Michigan
Dan Newhouse of Washington
Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio
Tom Rice of South Carolina
David Valadao of California
Peter Meijer of Michigan (idiot who took the place of Justin Amash, but learned nothing

The fire will still be smoldering in 2022. It’s not the kind of embers that will be snuffed out with a $2,000 government check or the end of Covid. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have torched everything we hold dear. They will be – at some point – accountable.

So will Mitch McConnell. It is my fondest hopes that the sketchy deals he’s been involved in with the Chinese surface. If I were DJT, that would be one of my goals going forward. There is lots of material there, as there is with Nancy. Peter Schweitzer has covered this in his book, Secret Empires. McConnell needs to remember that while Brutus deposed Caesar, it didn’t end well for him.

It is striking to me how many Americans who were not formerly engaged in politics, have been eagle eyed on what has happened. The working man more than the white collar professional has a greater grasp of the truth than the white collar professional. This didn’t use to be the case.

This is borne out in a recent poll. John McCoughlin found “Seventy-four percent said impeachment is ‘politically motivated to prevent the president from running again.’” In addition, “those who push for impeachment may face a voter backlash in the 2022 midterm elections. Nearly half of those polled are ‘less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes to impeach.’ Just 36% are more likely.”

People understand that a 3 hour impeachment hearing and vote is rushed and not indicative that they’ve found anything worthwhile.

Senators pay heed.

Stripping the president of his secret service protection, his pension, his ability to run again, his library funds and intel briefings is cancel culture gone mad. Next step is to erase him from the history books or paint him as a dark time to be embarrassed about.

None of this is true and we know it.

Add to that, the anger we feel at Big Tech for deplatforming Trump and other conservatives. Millions have fled to Gab after Twitter stopped Trump and after Twitter scuttled Parler. Try joining Gab; you’ll have a long wait because so many want to join.

There is an effort against Facebook brewing. Users are asked not to look at the site tomorrow from 7 a.m. to 7 a.m. Saturday.

It’s all just beginning.

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