sold out the conservative causes I've fought for all my life to go all in on blind, unfailing support for Donald Trump. When Trump lost at the polls, those Republican legislators spit on American democracy and supported his staying in office through a sedition effort. When that failed, they gave aid and comfort to the Trump-supporting insurrectionists who attacked the Capitol on January 6th to try to stop the counting of electoral votes. Those members of Congress are traitors to this country and their careers in public service need to be canceled.
- Biden's Office of Management and Budget (OMB) nominee Neera Tanden has over the years used her Twitter account to assault some Republicans (and progressive Democrats). Now they don't want to vote for her nomination because of her mean tweets. Really? We had a President the last four days who spent much of his working day issuing mean tweets, and Republican Senators either said they didn't read them or that the tweets should be ignored because they were nothing but Trump blowing off steam. But now these Republican Senators have read Tanden's tweets and they are offended! Grow up. OMB Director is not a policy making position. President Biden should be able to have his choice to lead the OMB.
- Poor Heidi Cruz. She is mad at the negative coverage her family received after her husband, Senator Ted Cruz, was spotted on a plane heading for a weekend vacation to Cancun while fellow Texans suffered through the worst cold snap in decades. Was the problem that Ted and Heidi were doing something selfish and stupid? No. Was the problem that Sen. Cruz initially lied when asked about his trip to Cancun. (He falsely claimed he was just escorting the children, then flying right back.) No. Rather, the problem was Heidi's DEMOCRATIC neighbors who leaked her group text messages inviting them to the Cruz's weekend vacation trip to Cancun. (The Cancun Ritz Carlton has room rates of "only" $300 a night Heidi texted.) Yes, I have no problem canceling Ted Cruz and his annoying wife.
- After initially filing paperwork to run, former Georgia Senator David Perdue has decided against challenging Senator Raphael Warnock in 2022. As bad a candidate as Perdue was, the GOP Senate nomination may go to an even worse candidate. Former Senator Kelly Loeffler and former Rep. Doug Collins are considering running.