Republicans clearly think that their voting base is idiots. Are they right? One video after another released by the FBI showed violent rioters beating the Capitol and Washington DC police who tried to protect the Capitol and members of Congress. The video shows Trump supporters shouting threats of physical violence to Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker Nancy Pelosi. There are many visual effects of mobs wearing clothes that display anti-Semitism and racism messages. Republican officials believed that their voters would watch this clear video evidence of riots and violence, and believed that the Republicans believed they were watching brave patriots trying to save democracy.
Corrupt smarts only apply to uneducated and easily fooled people, and we are learning that these descriptions are disproportionately suitable for Red State Republican voters. Each state has proven its election results in the 2020 elections. The Attorney General and Trump ally William Barr announced that there had been no major election fraud, and the Trump-backed Supreme Court agreed. More than 65 courts have been declared one of the most fraud-free elections in the history of the United States during unfounded fraud accusations and the 2020 presidential election. However, despite the overwhelming evidence that the “stolen election lie” is a false statement, Trump’s supporters still wear their silly hats and shirts to support Trump’s “big lie”. “And a precise attack on democracy. Maybe one day, the mental health check and test of the Constitution should become a requirement for voting…
Many congressmen seen in the video are afraid to protect themselves. They are the officials who are now whitewashing the riots to distract the truth;
In the process of their addiction to power, they chose Trump and his corrupt and racist attacks on democracy, rather than patriotism and historically defined American values.
Republicans in the House and Senate recently voted against the establishment of a bipartisan committee to investigate the cause of the rebellion. They were blatantly indifferent to why the security services of the Capitol were not prepared for the scope of the attack and who (including Donald Trump or members of Congress) initiated and instigated the attack to prevent the certification of the democratic president. election. This obstruction to fact investigation can only be interpreted as a cover-up.
The corrupt and flawed minority leader Mitch McConnell threatened the Senate to vote against more investigations as a tactic to divert attention; Party leader Donald Trump incited the rebellion, and many Republican Congresses The support of parliamentarians may even contribute to the rebellion. Immediately after the attack on the Capitol, McConnell publicly stated in the video that “The president is morally and practically responsible for inciting attacks on the Capitol.” He added that the mob was “lied” to the president and Others provoked violence. Since making these statements, McConnell has prevented the Republicans from supporting Congress to investigate the insurgency.
Although the nervousness of being chased by the Trump mob is still fresh in his mind, Kevin McCarthy, a minority in the House of Representatives, came out to accuse the president of inciting the mob. He issued a statement in Congress saying: “The president is responsible for the mob’s attack on the Capitol on Wednesday. When he sees what is happening, he should immediately condemn the mob. These facts require immediate action by President Trump.” Six months later He has been obsessed with kissing Trump’s ass, playing down the rebellion, and obstructing congressional investigations. Did McConnell and McCarthy protect the members of Congress who they knew encouraged and supported the mob?
McConnell is a partisan power trafficker. If the truth threatens his power and the dominant position of the Republican Party in Congress, he is not interested in the truth. Trump’s supporters are also proving their love for a person, and their personality and rally culture are more important than the survival of the democratic system established by the founding fathers. However, despite ignorance and corruption, Trump lost the election, and the Democrats controlled the House of Representatives and the Senate. There are reasons for hope.