Rep. Clyde made believe there was no insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6 and Rep. Raskin forced him to confront those words.
"What's happening to the Republican party and the country as a consequence of what Trump and the far right did is really, really dangerous," Carl Cameron warned.
Everywhere we watch, listen and read, the media is attempting to normalize Traitor Trump and his sycophantic allies who have made white supremacy their national platform.
And by whitewash, we mean WHITE wash, of course.
Trump supporters invading the Capitol while Congress was in session isn't considered "violent" in crackpot Johnson's eyes.
Is Russia Ron Johnson in charge of gaslighting about MAGA's attempted overthrow of a free and fair election?
The GOP rep told Sunny Hostin he felt like today's GOP is right out of Orwell's "1984."
Don't be gaslit into thinking all of a sudden color doesn't matter to police.
The right-wing narrative regarding the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol is an old rhetorical sleight of hand that has a long history of use by American conservatives: they call it “waving the bloody shirt.”
The Trump-pardoned king of lies gaslights all the time.
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