Republican Party

After Omar was called “the jihad squad,” GOP leaders are told: “Condemning this should not be a partisan issue. This is about our basic humanity.”
"The Republican Party is the party of washed up celebrities running for office they have zero qualifications to hold," one person noted.
“Let them swim in their own slop,” the Democratic strategist said of dealing with extremist Republicans Lauren Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar.
GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson insisted that the highly transmissible variant is just a trick to "push" midterm mail-in ballots.
The court overruled a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.
Armed Trump zealots would “bear roughly the same symbiotic relationship to the GOP that the IRA had to the Sinn Fein party,” warned Max Boot.
The New Hampshire governor weighed in on the censure of Rep. Paul Gosar and the passage of Joe Biden's infrastructure bill.
Both parties have proven that, given the chance, they'll draw maps to cement their own power. This time, it was Ohio Republicans' turn.
Federal agents say hackers pretended to be Proud Boys in messages to Republican lawmakers and targeted Democratic voters with threats.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tried to attack Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) but she shot back at him saying how Donald Trump broke Cruz.
The Republican congresswoman snapped back, "A real man would be defending his wife, and his father, and the Constitution.”
Republican senators have refused to allow Syed to get a committee vote to be deputy administrator for the Small Business Administration.
Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL) hailed the passage of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill, even though he voted against it.
The MSNBC host asked the former New Jersey governor how he could write a book about conspiracy theorists without taking on Fox News.
The far-right Arizona congressman, who was the keynote speaker at a white nationalist conference earlier this year, has not apologized for the video.
Alabama Rep. Gary Palmer tweeted about how the legislation would help his constituents — even though he voted against it.
The Wyoming Republican instead praised Trump for bringing "a lot of energy to the party."
"One side is, for all its many flaws, at least interested in attempting to govern competently,” the "Late Night" host said.
Opinions about Kyle Rittenhouse, the teen on trial for murder following last year's protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are predictably split across party lines.