The House Republican civil war is fully underway

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Words cannot describe how proud I am of President Biden and how he is handling the crisis in Israel. We elected a winner in Biden and he proves it every day. But as the weekend comes into view, let’s take a look at — what do I call them? Political Party? Not hardly.

The House is closed for business. Republicans are fighting MORE than just a week ago. George Santos was hit with more charges and is now threatening to bring down the GOP. Gym Jordan and Steve Scalise are not getting along. Matt Gaetz still hates Kevin McCarthy. Kevin is over.

Everyone thinks Nancy Mace is insane after she showed up on Capitol Hill in a scarlet letter t-shirt. Scalise could not get to 217. Now it looks like Gym will not be able to either.

Some Republicans are saying they look like idiots. Are they just now realizing this? The leader of the GOP is senile. Now I have seen a few people question that. Is he REALLY senile, some ask.

To that I respond — what would you think if I wrote an article pondering President Jeb bush and wondering if a World War Two would ever happen.

It is not just stupidity on Trump’s part when he muses about how President Barack Obama is running the country. It’s called senility and he has it. Trump is also warmly speaking of the terrorists who attacked Israel calling them smart.

On top of all that, his trials are coming up. Republicans seem so embattled in their own bullshit, they may have just forgotten that. People are openly laughing at the GOP now. All of their candidates for President are doing pretty bad. Tim Scott’s numbers have dropped. Ron DeSantis has dropped. Speaking of the worst governor of Florida ever, rumor has it he may soon drop out of the race entirely.

Republicans want to expel Matt Gaetz and have been leaking sordid details about his personal life. They still have no idea still on what to say on the abortion issue. In other words — the whole Republican party has been reduced to a mocking, hysterical, incompetent punchline. Someone should probably tell them, but they’re so busy tearing each other to shreds, they probably wouldn’t hear anything anyway.

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