Republican apologists are the worst of the worst.
Jeff Flake complaining about tribalism like it’s the GOP who has been acting like unhinged hyenas for the last two years may be the final straw. Forget that he admitted he would never have requested the FBI investigation into Kavanaugh if he actually had to answer to his voters … but to play the division card on his way out the door.
Gag us with a spoon.
Jeff Flake: "My message here today is that tribalism is ruining us. It is tearing our country apart. It is no way for sane adults to act. Most importantly, ultimately, the only tribe to which any of us owes allegiance is the American tribe." pic.twitter.com/FolFWW0v2d
— The Hill (@thehill) October 2, 2018
Blah blah blah.
When does he leave?
Jesse Kelly seems to agree with us.
Weak men are killing us. And you’re the face of them. https://t.co/NaNRhnO8Ca
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) October 2, 2018
Yes, yes they are.
And weak women.
Weakness, in general, seems to be an issue with far too many elected Republicans, and this circus around Kavanaugh proves it.
I definitely see Flake voting NO now on Kavanaugh! 🙁
— cr (@propatriots) October 2, 2018
After all of this crap, and if the FBI comes back with zero evidence of Ford’s claim, Flake better not be a no.
But then again, he has no one to answer to …
Men like Flake will let heritage America be destroyed just to be told they are good people by people who hate them.
— H. G. Andrew (@HG_Andrew42) October 2, 2018
That’s what it boils down, trying to appease people who hate you anyway.
But sure, Jeff, tell us more about tribalism.
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