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So, Which Members Of Congress Conspired With The Insurrectionists?

A little protectionism from the child sex predator from Florida?

Since January 7, everyone has been waiting for a definitive list of the members of Congress who conspired with the domestic terrorists as part of the Trump coup. The select committee finally released the names last night when they subpoenaed the phone and social media records of these 11 scumbags and fascists. In fact this is the core of the congressional wing the American fascist party. I don't think there will be any surprises on this list of aggressive seditionists:

  • Lauren Boebert (Q-CO)

  • Andy Biggs (R-AZ)-- threatening to run for Senate

  • Mo Brooks (R-AL)-- running for Senate

  • Madison Cawthorn (Nazi-NC)

  • Matt Gaetz (R-FL)

  • Louie Gohmert (R-TX)-- running for Texas Attorney General

  • Paul Gosar (R-AZ)

  • Marjorie Taylor Greene (Q-GA)

  • Jody Hice (R-GA)-- running for Georgia Secretary of State

  • Gym Jordan (R-OH)

  • Scott Perry (R-PA)

A first response from one of the leaders of the fascist pack:

Seems odd that McCarthy, who has already admitted he spoke with Trump at least once during the insurrection, hasn't been subpoenaed. I suppose it's a congressional tradition not let the leader of the opposition get away with... well, in this case, murder. And last night Maddow made a big point on her show that the select committee is closing in on Señor Trumpanzee, the head of the snake, for "criminal culpability," at the very least:

Many people have noticed as much. This morning Michelangelo Signorile, for example, wrote that "In all of the drama of the last few days, in which Donald Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows has now been referred by the full House to the Justice Department to be charged with criminal contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena, House select committee vice chair Liz Cheney three times raised the possibility that Trump committed a felony by not following the pleas of others and stopping the attack." Yesterday David Cicilline (D-RI) was a guest on Signorile's radio show, where he told him that "the select committee, at any time, could go to the DOJ and present evidence of a crime. In voting for contempt charges, and having the entire House vote first, the committee is going through highly visible formalities and rules necessary for a criminal contempt of Congress charge. But if the committee sees enough evidence of any other crime directly related to January 6th it can privately go directly to the DOJ. For all we know, they may have done that already. But if not, from what it sounds like, they likely will be doing it at some point."

Don't get me wrong, one of the happiest days of my life would be to see Justice served by watching Trump being dragged in front of a firing squad. But that doesn't mean we can't also be paying attention to the damage the Gang Greene has done to our country and to make sure there is Justice there as well. The one that didn't get subpoenaed was defending her fellow conspirators yesterday:

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