The basic deal between American corporations and American politicians has been a terrible deal for America.
What if refusing to challenge the most onerous election obstacles hurts corporate bottom lines, the ultimate wickedness?
“The NRA’s ideology is something that they’ve convinced the overwhelming majority of elected officials in the GOP, especially on the national level, to believe.”
“Surprising advocates, legislators, and voters with a nearly 100-page bill is undemocratic and unacceptable.”
“While Senate Republicans told us we cannot afford to provide $1,400 direct payments to the working class, they had no problem introducing a bill this week to repeal the estate tax.”
Rep. Cori Bush, the amendment’s author, noted that “97 Democrats stood up for our community members who are incarcerated” and vowed to “keep up this fight.”
One of its two major parties is centered on a Big Lie that threatens to blow up the nation, figuratively if not literally.
The Senate trial could not have turned out better for anti-Trump forces—and more damaging for defenders of the Misfit-in-chief.