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Man in the middle

They (Congress) politely avoided calling out hawley by name. he is trump’s surrogate. Remember his name! He’s running for president. his unconcealed ambition helped stoke the riot and violation inside the Capitol building. No amount of spin can change that fact. And he doubled down and continued with his conspiracy theory much like another ally cruz did to hold up the senate’s will many years ago. these men with abominable ambition should be roundly penalized for their tacit enabling of insurrection. Confederate flags and trump flags were carried into and flew in the chambers of Congress.

“The House rejected the challenge by a vote of 282 to 138, after a long debate dragged past 3 a.m. in Washington. A scuffle almost broke out on the chamber floor after Representative Conor Lamb, Democrat of Pennsylvania, delivered a particularly fiery speech in condemnation of the Republican objections.

“That attack today, it didn’t materialize out of nowhere,” Mr. Lamb said. “It was inspired by lies, the same lies you’re hearing in this room tonight, and the members who are repeating those lies should be ashamed of themselves.”

By a vote of 92 to 7, the Senate turned back the challenge shortly before 1 a.m., as the number of objections to the counting of Electoral College votes dwindled after the mob’s brazen effort to keep President Trump in office, despite his decisive election loss in November.

Those voting against the results of the American election in Pennsylvania were: Senators Josh Hawley of Missouri, Ted Cruz of Texas, Tommy Tuberville of Alabama, Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi, Roger Marshall of Kansas, Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming and Rick Scott of Florida.” (REMEMBER THESE NAMES!!!!)

“We gather due to a selfish man’s injured pride, and the outrage of supporters who he has deliberately misinformed for the past two months and stirred to action this very morning,” Senator Mitt Romney, Republican of Utah and the 2012 presidential nominee, said after the chamber reconvened. “What happened here today was an insurrection incited by the president of the United States.”

TREASON: the Confederate flag and the trump flag. Nothing less than rebellion occurred. And there is no justification for the act of desecration in our nation’s Capitol. Lawmakers were equally careful to condemn the acts and to not call them patriots but to call them out as rioters, a mob, insurrectionist, who committed sedition.

Sedition is a serious felony punishable by fines and up to 20 years in prison and it refers to the act of inciting revolt or violence against a lawful authority with the goal of destroying or overthrowing it.Feb 20, 2019
Sedition – FindLaw

trump, the grasping pitiful pathetic liar, in one of his last acts committed sedition and treason. No one has called him out. LOCK HIM UP! You would put down a rabid dog. He has likewise infected millions with his false conspiracy theories and lies. PUT HIM DOWN!

Rabies: Rabies is a severe and fast-acting viral polioencephalitis that specifically affects the gray matter of the dog’s brain and central nervous system. This virus is often fatal and is zoonotic which means that it can be passed from animals to humans

TOO LITTLE TOO LATE; it’s a sad start after someone awoke. Political move? You bet! They – Facebook and Twitter – are fighting federal regulation.


All was forgiven. Let’s start there. And no, we were not masked. It’s enough to make you cringe. But, we have all been quarantined so it is virtually the same household. Okay?! That vine (climbing honeysuckle) growing up the column? And the clematis in the background next to Colleen? They have been growing happily for years. There’s a passion fruit that showed up giving brilliant showy flowers for a couple years. It doesn’t grow in my zone. So? But it grows! Barb(not shown here!!), who is Colleen’s cousin is (considers herself) an expert gardener. She has from time to time trimmed our clematis. Fine. This year she took it upon herself to return and trim once more. The climbing honeysuckle has taken four! years to grow to the height of the balcony. The balcony is a horrible architectural sight I have been trying to hide since forever. Good old Barb never looked!! She cut the vine on the column at ground level. In one fell swoop she took out my climbing honeysuckle and my passion fruit. The epithets and meltdown (mine) that followed scared the cats too! Poor Colleen. I did call Barb and tell her of my extreme disappointment. Four years work! Well, as my father-in-law said, “No one died.” But!!… god f’n damn, #$%@*!!! Ha ha. Contrition would have been in order. Instead Barb pushed a bad position of ignorance to send me a website defending her trimming and pruning.  I returned with internet info that says honeysuckle vine grows at max two feet per year. Do the math – four more years. … at least no one died. … I’m getting a chainsaw and going to visit Barb’s new house. Heh heh!

The showy passion fruit blossoms will be sorely missed this coming season. So beautiful… I could cry.

I suppose I should show an image of the culprit. Her photo won’t make the Post Office or FBI’s most wanted. There will be no apprehend: Dead or Alive. Alas!