Help support alternative media by visiting our advertisers

The Stain Will Remain on House of Representatives

Explain to future Americans such that this will never happen again.

The Stain Will Remain on the US House of Representatives

The Stain Will Remain
on House of Representatives

Today, a stain will be left on the history of the U.S. House of Representatives… one which neither fact nor time will be able to wipe clean.  Like other blights on history, this one is self-induced by the selfish ambition of mankind.

Having found themselves more desiring of power than service, the stewards of a once-honorable democrat party have weaponized the congressional process – one that was intended for liberty – in a desperate attempt to remove an American President and gain more control.

Although the attempt will ultimately fail, the stain will remain.  And so it is.

Now, the responsibility for any positive mitigation lies with our nation’s parents and grandparents, to use this stain as a tool for teaching – and to explain to future Americans such that this will never happen again.

Russ Fulcher
United States Congressman
Idaho

The views, opinions, or positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, positions of Redoubt News. Social Media, including Facebook, has greatly diminished distribution of our content to our readers’ newsfeeds and is instead promoting Main Stream Media sources. This is called ‘Shadow-banning’. Please take a moment and consider sharing this article with your friends and family. Thank you. Please support our coverage of your rights. Donate here: paypal.me/RedoubtNews

 

1 Comment on The Stain Will Remain on House of Representatives

  1. I looked up some common methods for stain removal? Blotting, brushing, scraping,soaking,flushing, tamping and sponging etc. Some of these methods sound interesting others not so much? My wife tells me my underwear drawer needs term limits that some stains never come out and disposal is the only option? I’d be more than happy to send a box of my worn out underwear to the house of representatives as a token of my appreciation? It might be something they can wrap their heads around?

Comments are closed.