Why we can expect some Senate Republicans to turn on Trump

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Have a look at this piece by Maddow, especially starting around 17.08 where we see the townspeople show up with the torches and pitchforks. Dammit.

It is all about the torches and pitchforks, baby.

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3 thoughts on “Why we can expect some Senate Republicans to turn on Trump

  1. I wonder how closely republicans will examine the “discussions” from the town hall meeting Justin Amash (who is a truly bad person, no doubt about that) held here in West Michigan just a few nights ago.

    The biggest story from that meeting was that he is neither dishonest enough nor bigoted enough for most of the people who were there. Neither was his work to dismantle the government and the social safety nets enough for them.

    The current leadership on the right has made being fundamentally evil a source of pride and a badge that shows one is a “true American”. As long as they can ride that they will. It would be great if there were some currently serving republicans who still cared more for the country than for their career. If any exist, it would be great that they would find support for their stance on both sides of the political aisle.

    Don’t expect for either of those.

    1. Re: “It would be great if there were some currently serving republicans who still cared more for the country than for their career. ”

      Haven’t they all been purged? The Tea Party-NRA-Fundamentalist primary threat is, I believe, still operational and effective.

  2. Afraid I’m just getting a “This video is unavailable” message here in South Oz. Anyone else unable to see it or is it a geographic thing? (Hate it when that happens.)

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