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Tue Jan 12, 2021, 09:45 PM Jan 2021

The way things stand right now I would wager there's a very good chance that a lot more

Republicans will decide to vote in favor of Impeachment.
I say this because the corporations are weighing in now and members' campaign wallets are already whimpering.
Those who are on corporate leashes due to large donations are being brought up short and told to sit or lose the means to run for office.

A coup would cost Corporate America far more than the election funds they contribute to elected officials who are willing to do their bidding. They're being reigned in by the purse strings.
This is reason to push again for campaign finance reform.

Warning: Don't be fooled by the new demeanor. It's nothing more than a rebranding. Their moral code remains the same and with few exceptions their motives should be closely scrutinized in that regard.
BTW: Those who continued to insist the election was stolen even after the insurgency incited by their leader should be expelled. Every single one of them.

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The way things stand right now I would wager there's a very good chance that a lot more (Original Post) NoRoadUntravelled Jan 2021 OP
Your last sentence...EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM! Enterstageleft Jan 2021 #1
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