It's RINO season again!

 

It feels like it's 2016, pre-Republican primary, when 'outsider' Donald Trump invaded the Republican fraternity. Trump derangement syndrome has reached such a feverish pitch that the closet RINO's just can no longer resist coming out. Some we always knew about, but others are somewhat surprising. Here the congressional leaders who crossed party lines. We have highlighted in red the ones who have no business voting to impeach:

Liz Cheney (RINO) WY - Well, she put on an act for a while. Liz is the daughter of Dick Cheney, who was vice-president under George W. Bush. Jeb Bush was supposed to be president until Donald Trump bulldosed him. Liz is obviously beholden to the Bush family. Trump won Wyoming by a whopping 41%. Siding against Trump is political suicide for Liz Cheney. Bye bye.

Tom Rice (RINO) SC - Trump won Tom's district by 19%. Bye bye.

Dan Newhouse (RINO) WA - Trump won Dan's district by 18%. Bye bye.

Adam Kinzinger (RINO) MO - Trump won Dan's district by 16%. Bye bye.

Anthony Gonzalez (RINO) OH - Trump won Dan's district by 15%. Bye bye.

Fred Upton (RINO) MI - Trump won Dan's district by 4%. Take note Michgan.

Jaime Herrera Beutler (RINO) WA - Trump won Dan's district by 4%. Take note Washington.

Peter Meijer (RINO) MI - Beat out incumbent who voted to impeach Trump in 2019. Keep trying Michigan.

John Katko (RINO) NY - Evenly divided district.

David Valadao (RINO) CA - Biden won his district by 10%.

 

Here's the seven RINO senators who ultimately crossed party lines and shamelessly voted not to impeach Trump. We have highlighted in red the ones who have no business voting to impeach:

*Mitt Romney (RINO) UT - Trump beat Biden in Utah by 20.5%. Romney is soooo gone.

*Ben Sasse (RINO) NE - Trump beat Biden in Nebaska by 19%. Sasse is soooo gone.

*Bill Cassidy (RINO) LA - On 2/9/2021 Bill went full RINO, declaring the impeachment trial constitutional. Trump beat Biden in Luisiana by 18.6%.

Richard Burr (RINO) NC - Retiring in 2022. Trump beat Biden in North Carolina by 1.3%

*Lisa Murkowski (RINO) AK - Trump beat Biden in Alaska by 10%. Murkowski is soooo gone.

*Pat Toomey (RINO) PA - Retiring in 2022. Biden supposedly beat Trump in Pennsylvania by 1.2%, though this is disputed.

*Susan Collins (RINO) ME - Biden beat Trump in Maine by 9.1%. Collins is however doing a tap dance for her Democrat majority state constituents. Feed them this bone, then hopefully she votes against packing the court and adding Washington DC as a state.

 

*Indicates Republican Senators who also voted in favor of a Jan 6 Commission, or in the case of Pat Toomey (not present due to family committment), he said that he would have voted in favor of the commission. Also Rob Portman (Ohio).

 

Honorable mention:

Mitch McConnell - Did not vote to impeach BUT he did vote to uphold the sham trial, and the anti-Trump vitriol coming out of his mouth is enough to anger voters in Kentucky. "Trump's actions preceding the riot were a disgraceful dereliction of duty" said Mitch. Mitch is old and feeble and probably going to retire, but if he chooses to run again, he must be forced into retirement at the primaries! Trump beat Biden in Kentucky by 25.9%.

 

RINO's who voted for the Jan. 6 commission / voted to hold Steve Banon in contemtp

Don Bacon, Nebraska, Voted Yea
Cliff Bentz, Oregon, Voted Yea
Stephanie Bice, Oklahoma, Voted Yea
Liz Cheney, Wyoming, Voted Yea / Yea
John R. Curtis, Utah, Voted Yea
Rodney Davis, Illinois, Voted Yea
Brian K Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania, Voted Yea / Yea
Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska, Voted Yea
Andrew R Garbarino, New York, Voted Yea
Carlos A Gimenez, Florida, Voted Yea
Tony Gonzales, Texas, Voted Yea
Anthony Gonzalez, Ohio, Voted Yea / Yea
Michael Guest, Mississippi, Voted Yea
Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington, Voted Yea / Yea
J. Hill, Arkansas, Voted Yea
Trey Hollingsworth, Indiana, Voted Yea
Chris Jacobs, New York, Voted Yea
Dusty Johnson, South Dakota, Voted Yea
David P Joyce, Ohio, Voted Yea
John Katko, New York, Voted Yea / Yea
Adam Kinzinger, Illinois, Voted Yea / Yea
David B McKinley, West Virginia, Voted Yea
Peter Meijer, Michigan, Voted Yea / Yea
Marianette Miller-Meeks, Iowa, Voted Yea
Blake D Moore, Utah, Voted Yea
Dan Newhouse, Washington, Voted Yea
Tom Reed , New York, Voted Yea
Tom Rice, South Carolina, Voted Yea
Maria Elvira-Salazar, Florida, Voted Yea
Michael K Simpson, Idaho, Voted Yea
Christopher H Smith, New Jersey, Voted Yea
Van Taylor, Texas, Voted Yea
Fred Upton, Michigan, Voted Yea / Yea
David G Valadao, California, Voted Yea
Steve Womack, Arkansas, Voted Yea

Nancy Mace, South Carolina, Voted No / Yea

 

The 19 Republicans who voted for the infrastructure legislation in the Senate:

Blunt

Burr - (RINO) NC - Retiring in 2022. Trump beat Biden in North Carolina by 1.3%

Cassidy

Crapo

Cramer

Capito

Cassidy - (RINO) LA - On 2/9/2021 Bill went full RINO, declaring the impeachment trial constitutional. Trump beat Biden in Luisiana by 18.6%.

Collins - (RINO) ME - Biden beat Trump in Maine by 9.1%.

Fischer

Graham

Grassley

Hoeven

McConnell

Murkowski - (RINO) AK - Trump beat Biden in Alaska by 10%.

Portman

Risch

Romney - (RINO) UT - Trump beat Biden in Utah by 20.5%.

Sullivan

Tillis

Wicker

 

 

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