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“Although this terrorist’s motivation is not yet publicly known, and generally speaking, I understand citizenry anger directed at dictatorial Socialism and its threat to liberty, freedom and the very fabric of American society The way to stop Socialism’s march is for patriotic Americans to fight back in the 2022 and 2024 election.”
— House members criticized Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) after he released a statement “that appeared to be sympathetic to the man police had arrested earlier in the day in connection with a bomb threat near the U.S. Capitol,” NBC News reports.
“There is nothing more dangerous than a reckless asshole who thinks he is smarter than everyone else.”
— Former House Speaker John Boehner, describing Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in his new book, On the House.
“How is this America? Democrat electors are allowed in to vote but Republicans are not allowed? We are seeing totalitarianism take shape in front of our eyes.”
— Rep.-elect Lauren Boebert (R-CO), quoted by Colorado Pols, apparently not understanding that Joe Biden’s electors voted because he won Colorado.
“This is deep swamp revenge porn on the part of John Bolton.”
— White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, quoted by CNN, on John Bolton’s new tell-all book.
“That is the dumbest shit I have heard in a long time. This is a day-by-day crisis. Italy damn near saw 1,000 people die in one day, and there are people proclaiming we got this and have it solved in 15 days?”
— Florida state Sen. Oscar Brayon (D). “While New York, California and other states shutter their economies to keep the coronavirus at bay, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is refusing to follow the herd,” Politico reports.“His cure-can’t-be-worse-than-the-disease approach has put the Republican governor under a glaring spotlight locally and nationally as cases of the virus in Florida surge past 1,400.”
“If you’re healthy, you and your family, it’s a great time to go out and go to a local restaurant, likely you can get in easy. Let’s not hurt the working people in this country … go to your local pub.”
— Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), on Fox News, telling people to ignore the advice of public health experts.
“When I go to meet God at the pearly gates I don’t think he’s going to ask me, ‘Why didn’t you convict Trump?’ I may be wrong, but I don’t think that’s gonna be at the top of the list.”
— Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), in an interview with Fox News.
“It’s Trumpian. It’s authoritarian.”
— Hillary Clinton told The Atlantic that she’s horrified and alarmed by what she views as Mark Zuckerberg’s unwillingness to battle the spread of disinformation and propaganda on Facebook.
“There is no doubt that there were a series of imminent attacks that were being plotted by Qassem Soleimani. We don’t know precisely when, and we don’t know precisely where, but it was real.”
— Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he didn’t know of any specific targets for planned attacks that justified President Trump’s decision to kill Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani, CBS News reports.
“I think it’s never a good practice for us to ask a foreign country to investigate an American. It’s just not a good practice. Having said that, there’s no insistence on that call. There are no demands on that call. It is a conversation between two Presidents that’s casual in nature.”
— Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, in an interview on the Today Show.