Republicans have a big problem. This problem is that many in their caucus can’t stand BEING in their caucus. There appears to be a mass exodus going on in the GOP House caucus. People are falling over themselves to leave.
First, there was George Santos, who was expelled. Then we had Kevin, who had just announced he would depart at the end of the year. Rep Bill Johnson of Ohio is set to leave before March. He is going into the education sector to be President of Youngstown State College.
Then there is nobody’s favorite high-haired fanatic, Matt Gaetz. He very well could find himself out on his ass. Who knows? But that shows how much the GOP is in dire straights. At this point, they are in danger of losing their majority altogether.
And even if they KEEP their majority by some miracle, it will only be by one or two votes. This will be a problem for them. The GOP already can’t get anything done. As the GOP’s lead keeps dwindling, it will become that much more difficult for them.
And let’s remember James Comer and his Hunter Biden obsession. Comer wants to impeach Biden. The need to do this, pours from the man, like sweat as he keeps seeking imaginary evidence that Biden’s done something wrong.
With the GOP majority shrinking, it will be harder for the GOP to lose any votes. And there are a number of Republicans who reportedly are not sold on this impeachment. I don’t blame them, as there is literally nothing to impeach Biden for.
So, as we go forward, the House of Representatives leadership is hanging by a thread. These bumbling Republicans do not seem to have an answer that will get them out of the mess that they’ve created for themselves.