Like most Americans, my anger at what happened in Washington has boiled over
There is nothing that won’t ever piss me off about the below photo.
The flag of traitors being waved in our Capitol in support of the President of the United States.
I can barely contain my anger with what happened at the Capitol on Wednesday. Make no mistake; the people who stormed the Capitol have committed treason, an attempted coup d'etat against the government of the United States. And they have been incited to do so by the sitting President of the United States.
This wasn’t just a bunch of people who got carried away. They planned this.
But hey, they had merch.
Every single person who stormed the Capitol should be arrested and, bluntly, tried for treason. The penalty for treason, of course, is death; I oppose the death penalty, so each should go to prison for the rest of their lives.
We owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to everybody who protected the members of Congress today.
We do not owe anything but our contempt to the 121 members of the House of Representatives and the six U.S. Senators who voted in favor of the challenge to the votes in Arizona. Each one has willfully and intentionally violated their Oath of Office and contributed to the insurrection and attempted putsch we saw today.
One of them was Maryland’s own Andy Harris.
Every one of these members of Congress should be expelled from their respective chambers. Every. Single. One. If they are not expelled, they should be defeated in their next election. And for those like Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, both of whom are desperate to be President, we must ensure that they are laughed out of the primary.
Never forget that this is the riot Donald Trump wanted.
But despite all of that, the Republic stands. The counting of votes has resumed. The will of the people will not be undone by a bunch of jackbooted thugs, even if they are egged on by the President of the United States.
Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the United States, pray for us.