“The Democrats, with all the fraud they have done in this election, the Republicans, hiding and not fighting, they are trying to silence your voice. Make no mistake about it, they do not want you to be heard.”

He also called his colleagues “cowards” during the speech, and told the crowd it had a “voice of lions.”

“There is a new Republican Party on the rise that will represent this country, that will go and fight in Washington, DC,” Madison Cawthorn said.



The polls are in — and the Republican Party looks like a total mess


Marjorie Taylor Greene did not go to Washington to represent the will of the people, because, to God’s chosen people, representing the will of “the people” is an abomination.

Constituents from Georgia’s most conservative corner didn’t send her to the United States Congress to represent them, to fight for their interests or their share of the big government money, to “bring home the bacon.” They sent her to Capitol Hill to die on that hill, like Jesus Christ on the Cross at Calvary, in order to reenact the suffering of God’s chosen at the hands of His enemies. Her job is to manufacture crisis in the absence of one. “The whole point of evangelicalism is that you get to constantly be persecuted,” said Chrissy Stroop, “and you enjoy moral superiority from that.”



Lauren Boebert finally holds her town hall

“Thank you so much, I’m so excited to speak with you congresswoman,” Carrie began. “Just a couple things, first: your incendiary tweets have not addressed the 53,000 cases of COVID in District 3, nor have they addressed the 900 deaths in our district — it’s disgraceful. You have also condoned [Rep.] Marjorie Taylor Greene’s incendiary tweets that promoted anti-semitism and racist comments.”

“I want to know why you do —” she continued before abruptly being cut off.

At the fifteen-minute mark, she was asked by a caller identifying herself as “Nicole” where she would like to be incarcerated after being tried for treason, which received a curt “Next question,” from Boebert.