I would have voted, but there isn’t a HELL NOOOOO button
Just a normal day in Amerikkka
‘You will have a spasm of violence in this country, an insurrection, like you’ve never seen’
Like the case with Andrew Johnson, Trump’s actions give the House cause to initiate impeachment proceedings once again. Between Trump’s refusal to implement sanctions against Russia; his reckless, bigoted, and inflammatory rhetoric against Muslims, immigrants, and other communities of color; and the cover he gives to the white supremacists, he already exceeds the standard set with Johnson. Yet Trumps’ record goes even farther into unacceptable territory.
Are we supposed to swallow the notion that we can’t impeach a demagogue because it might offend his core supporters’ sensibilities? In Johnson’s era, observers worried impeachment could plunge a nation just a few years removed from civil war back into armed conflict. Instead, the move ended up boxing in an “unacceptable president.”
Polling consistently demonstrates that the public disapproves of Trump’s presidency and doubts his fitness for office. More and more people are signaling support for impeachment. On the anniversary of Johnson’s impeachment, it is time to take stock of where we are with Trump and for our Democratic and Republican leaders in office to put our country, and everyone in it, first. www.needtoimpeach.com
The Same Democrats Who Denounce Donald Trump as a Lawless, Treasonous Authoritarian Just Voted to Give Him Vast Warrantless Spying Powers
#Resist Corporate Democrats
“How can anyone rational possibly take seriously all the righteous denunciations from people like Pelosi, Schiff, and Swalwell about how Trump is a lawless, authoritarian tyrant existentially threatening American democracy when those very same people just yesterday voted in favor of vesting him the virtually limitless power to spy on Americans with no warrants or safeguards?”
How can the rhetoric about Trump from Democratic leaders be reconciled with their actions yesterday to protect his unchecked power to spy on Americans?
A Missouri Dollar General Voted to Unionize — Then a Manager at Another Store Asked About It and Was Fired
The CEO of Dollar General recently acknowledged that his company stands to benefit from rising inequality. “As middle class continues to go away,” he said, the economy will create more of the chain’s “core customer.”
Dollar General is resisting attempts by employees at its Missouri stores to form — or even ask about — unions.
Republicans, you voted for this. Own it. I just want to know if they’ll send me a photo of the billionaire I’m sponsoring.
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51 GOP Senators Just Voted To Cut $1.5 Trillion from Medicare and Medicaid To Give Super-Rich and Corporations a Tax Cut
“51 Republican Senators just voted to cut Medicaid by $1 trillion and Medicare by $500 billion so that millionaires and corporations can get a tax cut. It’s immoral and despicable,” #MAGA
The Republican budget, declared Sen. Sanders after its passage, “is not a bad bill. It’s a horrific bill.”
Three corporate Democrats in the CT state senate broke ranks Friday and voted for a GOP budget. The budget destroys workers rights, decimates higher ed, and cuts taxes on the wealthy while raising them on he working class.
The Anti-Worker Budget ends the Citizens Election Program (CEP), which publicly funds our political campaigns. Without the CEP, politicians will need to pander to wealthy interests in order to fund their campaigns instead of representing the people of out state. #SaveCEP