The Republican party is in the middle of a giant sellout. First it was one. Now there is a rush to be part of the group that fellates the Democrat party. Maybe if you suck up to the left, they will keep you around.
We KNOW the election was rigged. The left knows it too. Time magazine even bragged about it while daring America do do anything about it.
What is worrying to me is that politicians are good at one thing: knowing how to suck up to power so they can retain the power they have, and perhaps even gain more. The right rushing to sell out their voters KNOWING that the Biden administration is as unpopular as their 33% approval ratings show is a pretty good indication that the Republican party knows where the power is, and it is no longer located at the ballot box.
The list of those who are selling out is getting longer: Mitch McConnell, Kevin Cramer, John Thune, and a few others. They are abandoning their base to follow those who they believe will allow them to remain in office. A president with a 33 percent approval rating normally doesn’t have much clout on Capitol Hill. This one does, because his party owns the ballot box, and they all know it.
So many people claim that “we can just vote them all out at the next election.” As if there is going to be a next election.