Payback is a beach as the Democrats will find out shortly after the 2022 midterm elections when Democrats will be booted from their committee assignments. They should start with Eric Swalwell from the Intelligence Committee. But after spending a couple of years sleeping with a Chinese spy, he should have no trouble catching on with a foreign affairs subcommittee.
Maxine Waters and Adam Schiff will be prime targets. They both voted to strip Rep Gosar of his committees, but they did nothing to Ilhan Omar for her several racist comments. She will be gone too. The Democrats will have no one to blame but themselves. They always do things like this because they think they will be in power forever. But, what they do when they do gain power always ends up dooming them as the minority party.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has threatened to retaliate after Democrats stripped GOP Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) and Paul Gosar (Ariz.) of committee seats.
But, I don’t trust that RINO, do you? He has a crocodile mouth and a butterfly hind end. That job should go to a Jim Jordan or someone like him. We need someone unafraid to pull the trigger when necessary. We also need him to make sure he pushes the Republicans to complete the wall during Tump’s next term.
Democrats falsely claim that they were only doing it because they promoted violence. Jackie Spier lied and said,”Let me be clear: If a Democrat did the same thing, I would introduce the same resolution,”
Spicer did not offer a resolution when Maxine Waters encouraged people to go after Trump officials at public restaurants.
In 2018, Waters urged people to confront Trump administration officials in public spaces and “tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere” over policies that resulted in separating migrant families. And the year before that, Waters told a crowd that she would “go and take out Trump tonight.”
Republicans have already sought to censure Waters this year while still in the House minority.
McCarthy forced a procedural vote in April on a resolution to censure Waters for saying that “we’ve got to get more confrontational” about police brutality against African Americans at a protest in Minneapolis, where former police officer Derek Chauvin was on trial for the murder of George Floyd. The judge in the Chauvin trial criticized Waters for the remarks, warning they could give the defense “something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned.”