With 2020 election fraud a foregone conclusion and Republicans in to much of a disorganized state to fight it, Democrats will likely take control of the White House on January 20th. With another impeachment passed in the House of Representatives, it will now go to the Senate where hopefully common sense will take root and it will again be defeated.
I have formally joined the Patriot Party and have been sending messages to every Republican Senator https://contactsenators.com/ and informed them that if they want the Patriot Party vote in any election from here on out they will listen to us. The power of the vote and money are the only things they listen too, while I don’t have much of the latter I have my vote and the votes of my fellow Patriots that we can use to fight back against the tyranny of bloated government, usually Democrat, but below is a list of people we need out of Washington D.C., we need to primary them in 2022, and send them into retirement.
Ten Republicans crossed party lines to vote with Democrats on impeachment, No surprise anyone that Liz Cheney WY (R) voted for impeachment, she has long hated President Trump since he started draining the swamp where she resides, she is the Daughter of former Vice President and ultimate swamp dweller Dick Cheney. Representatives Adam Kinzinger Illinois (R), Dan Newhouse and Jamie Herrera Beutler from Washington State, both Republicans, Fred Upton (R), Michigan’s longest-serving current House member, Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio (R), Tom Rice (R) of South Carolina, and the tenth and finale betrayal of President Trump came from David Valadao of California (R).
The reason the Democrats gave was that President Trump incited a riot by causing the Capital Building breach on 01/06/2021 through his words. While none of the words the President said called for a riot or to invade the building, yet they blame him because mounting evidence of election fraud has started making Democrats nervous that Trump may enact martial law until a new election could be held with in person voting.
Written by Stephan Ball