If you had any doubts about whether Democrats were going for a full-blown purge, you should know now.
Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown just called for the expulsion of Republicans Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, after they voted to object to electoral college certification in favor of a voter fraud audit on January 6th.
Every day we see, almost every hour, we see another video that’s even more troubling about terrible things these rioters have done. We see continued acquiescence by far too many senators. We need to move forward on impeachment. I called for the resignation of Cruz and Hawley. Of course, they’re not going to. We need to move forward on expulsion. And then we consider what do we do after Senator Schumer becomes majority leader, what do we do with the six senators who sided with the terrorists after the attack on our country and on our Capitol and on our democratic government. What do we do with the 130 who voted with the terrorists after the attack?”
Brown’s tone and assumptions are chilling. “What do we do with them,” sounds less like a colleague, and more like a dictator weighing his options. “Hanging or the electric chair?” is the almost perceptible subtext.
What does he mean – ” the six senators who sided with the terrorists” and “the 130 who voted with the terrorists”? The terrorists didn’t vote. And not a single one of the six GOP senators endorsed or sided with the attack on the capitol.
Brown, and most of his fellow Democrats, believe that if you oppose them, you’re automatically “siding with the terrorists.” As such, they feel free to strip you of your office, your rights, your possessions, and ultimately your freedom.