Will any of our leaders be brave enough to speak the truth? Many Republicans sit idly by as Democrats rush through another bogus impeachment.
Some even threw Trump under the bus after January 6—in apparent attempts to save their own skins.
Meanwhile, Pelosi has taken extraordinary steps to strip Trump of power—even trying to get the military to disobey his orders.
But one freshman congresswoman may have it more right than many of her old peers. From Fox News:
Newly-elected Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., chastised her colleagues on both sides of the aisle Wednesday for contributing to violence with their rhetoric, as they debated the potential impeachment of President Trump…
“Today I’m asking my colleagues to remember the words of the legendary, the great leader in this country Dr. Martin Luther King, who once said, ‘The time is always right to do what is right.’ And if we’re serious about healing the divisions in this country, Republicans and Democrats need to acknowledge this is not the first day of violence we’ve seen,” Mace said. “We’ve seen violence across our country for the last nine months.”
It seems the D.C. swamp is all too happy to condemn Trump over what happened on Capitol Hill. But a newbie congresswoman accused both parties of stoking the flames of division and tension that are appearing all over the country.
Democrats, including old Joe, claim they want to bring the country together. But the first chance they get, they slander the sitting president and seek his impeachment.
Now evidence is coming out that what happened on Capitol Hill may have been planned for days or weeks by some individuals looking to take advantage of Trump’s peaceful Washington rally.
But a snap impeachment allowed Democrats to rush it through without waiting for the evidence to be collected and presented.
Then, they accuse him of dividing the country. Uh… right.
We have plenty of comments and videos by Democrat leaders such as Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters stoking the flames.
And plenty of Republicans share the blame, too. Instead of standing up for voters and their conservative values, they abandoned the president to avoid getting shamed by the media.
Trump helped many of them get elected or re-elected and they turned on him.
Mace appears to be one of the few lawmakers trying to speak the truth, at least to a certain extent. She is unwilling to let Democrats get away with their schemes, pretending that they have not contributed to the division of the country over the last four years.
Some have even speculated that if there had been greater consequences for the riots that burned across the country last summer, it may have discouraged people from trying something like this.
But we have to beg the question: will anyone in the House bother to listen and do the right thing?