Tuesday Twitter roundup

They actually took a vote on the lack of Constitutionality and it failed. But just like the Big Lie, these things live on.

And this is why naive efforts at bi-partisanship are a complete waste of time. They have no moral compass, whatsoever.

Show me the money, or stick that petition where the sun don't shine. "Safely" doesn't magically happen, it takes resources.

Woah, hold up there. The tent ain't that big...

Yeah, I mean, no. At least not as a Democrat, and apparently not as a Republican, either:

Kimrey Rhinehardt was one of the many North Carolina voters that decided to leave the GOP following the Capitol riot, describing it as "the straw that broke the camel's back."

While speaking with Newsweek Rhinehardt explained that she first aligned herself with the Republican Party when she was around 11 years old and went on to work as a Capitol Hill staff member for 28 years. Rhinehardt told Newsweek that she officially filed the paperwork to change her party affiliation in the days after the Capitol riots, saying "it took maybe two minutes."

"I wanted conservative judges, I wanted a strong pro-Israel president," Rhinehardt, who voted for Trump in 2016 and wrote in a candidate in 2020, said. "There were things that I was willing to overlook to get my priorities attended to but never could I [have] ever foreseen the damage and destruction that came along with the good things the president did. I thought I could hold my nose and wait it out but I feel like [Trump] lit a match to burn the party down on his way out."

I don't even know where to start...

Of course no new funds are provided. Tim Moore can't grasp the idea of "unfunded mandates," because his head is so far up his...

I'll save you the trouble: written by a tax "think tank" staffer and an ALEC dude. This is also known as a circle jerk, but you'll have to get the definition for that elsewhere...

That's because BergerMoore are nothing more than partisan hacks. They don't care about efficiency, or accuracy, or objective analysis. That stuff is a pointless distraction from power-grabbing.

Because IOKIYAR. It really is that simple.

And a gullible idiot. Seriously, what did he think would be accomplished with that $2.5 million? That Trump's lawyers would pull a rabbit out of a hat and reverse the results in four different states? Dude has been smoking the good stuff...

Whereas Thommy, as usual, voted with the current of corruption in the GOP. While I take an anti-nausea pill, here's your Onion:

I hate when that happens...

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