South Carolina Republicans blame Congressmen who voted to indict Trump

MP Tom Rice voted to indict Donald Trump a second time and the Republican Party of South Carolina has censored him for advocating for democracy.

Meg Kinnard from the AP tweeted:

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) – Republicans of South Carolina on Saturday formally criticized US @RepTomRice, taking the step of voting against in support of Donald Trump’s second impeachment. pic.twitter.com/HAxCxUyouL

– Meg Kinnard (@MegKinnardAP) January 30, 2021

The Republican Party is still a Trump cult.

Members of Congress who voted for impeachment have been fined by their home states.

Rep. Rice said at the time of Trump’s second impeachment, “So that he can sit there and watch TV and see these cops beat up and the Capitol stormed, and not be very aggressive about … get out and try these Talking to people myself is just beyond my imagination. “

The message from the Republican parties is that they are the Trump party and that there is no room for clear thinking or defending America in Trump’s party. Republicans are sending the message that they want fewer patriots, more terrorists like Marjorie Taylor Greene in their party.

Rep. Rice is a Red State conservative, but there is no room for conservatism in Donald Trump’s cult. Even if Trump is not in office, he is destroying the Republican Party.

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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Executive Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.

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