Because Republicans and Trumpsters know they are unable put down their own suicide pills, they soldier on in denying women (the majority gender) their basic reproductive rights — and they continue making it so easy for mass killers to buy as many assault rifles as they want (according to The New Republic, American citizens have now stockpiled 400 million guns in their homes, more than the entire US armed forces, Dept. of Homeland Security, and all local police agencies combined). And women, young adults and people of color, by a large margin, hate the Right for making this happen. On top of all of that, Republicans tried to remove from office two young elected Black Tennessee House members for standing up against this gun violence, thus denying 175,000 Tennesseans their voice in the State Capitol. Millions of young voters have sent their anti-Republican memes and TikToks everywhere and they will determinedly continue their decades-long rejection of this old, stale, rotten Party.
In this episode of my Rumble podcast, I explore the impending end of a GOP hell-bent on throwing themselves over a cliff.
Plus, I share my thoughts on a profound evening this week with Joan Baez.
The transcript for “Ep. 288: A Tale of Two Bills: How in just weeks, the majority of Americans have categorically ghosted the GOP” will soon be available here — typically the day after release.
Ep. 287: EMERGENCY PODCAST SYSTEM — Democracy Suspended in Tennessee
Ep. 286: Is it possible that every Republican president since Ike has had treason in their heart?
…additional past episode transcripts can be found here.
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"Ding Dong the Witch is Dead" from The Wizard of Oz
"Last Leaf" — Joan Baez
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