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.
This is a story about a party—one of two major political parties in America—declining in popularity and desperately clinging to power.
“If the GOP actually wanted to provide Covid relief, they’d introduce amendments to do so. Instead they’re going to introduce what they believe are gotcha amendments to try to trip up Dems.”
Most of them feel that the party cannot be reformed but that a new party must be created with new ideas, a new agenda, and new directions.
"The future of the [Republican] party is based on a multiethnic, multiracial working class coalition." and that, “...the free market exists to serve our people. Our people don’t exist to serve the free market.”
“I don’t show up and talk about myself,” says Maxmin, who this week unseated the state’s Republican Senate Minority Leader. “I really try and listen and make sure that the voices that I hear are reflected in our campaign.”
“Something is not right around the court. And dark money has a lot to do with it. Special interests have a lot to do with it.”