Madness and Pandemonium Consume House Republicans as Their Party Enters Its Final Year(s)
Episode 276: Rumble with Michael Moore
One by one, the wheels come off the clown car in the Best Comedy of the decade.
On the first day of the 118th Congress, in a performance not witnessed by this nation in nearly 170 years, the House Republicans chose to commit a mass murder-suicide of their last vestige of electoral political power, putting on a humiliating show to the world, and offering massive relief to all who worried about the damage they might do to the USA over the next two years.
We learned yesterday that the only true destruction these MAGA-heads are capable of now is taking their own running leap off the cliff of the Capitol Dome. The irony that these insurrectionist-loving traitors would, just two years later, conduct an actual uprising against themselves is pure, sweet Justice.
Please give a listen to this episode of my Rumble podcast! I provide a play-by-play review of this mad, insane day, brought to us live on C-SPAN, with the “losing” party in the House looking like the winners, running the show, providing the laugh track and winning every ballot with the most votes going to Democrat Hakeem Jeffries for Speaker of the House.
Clowns may look scary, but sleep safe tonight America, this batch of Bozos is incapable of doing much harm to anyone other than themselves.
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Music in this episode:
“We Are The Champions” — Queen
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