Democrats Seek to Punish Patriots in the Senate for Doing the Right Thing

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Patriotism is being attacked at the highest level. Senators Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley made a decision to stand up for free elections. That decision was praised by many as an act of heroism. But now that the election is officially over, the liberals on capital hill want to criminalize these two men for doing their jobs as United State Senators.

The people wanted to know that the election process could be trusted. So, these men acted in a professional and legal manner to ask for an audit to be done with the intention of establishing faith in what is being seen as a broken method of electing governmental leaders.

But the laughing left would have nothing of the idea as they peddled their way into the process and silenced the majority with their threats.

One could only imagine what would have happened to George Washington or the other patriots that stood up for freedom. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley did not lead a Revolution. All they did was ask for an extra ten days so an audit could be done to prove that the election was not rigged.

The Democratic Party is running scared because they know that they cheated. Any audit would have exposed the fraud and cost them the White House. All of the trouble that their followers are pouring on people is another distraction method to keep the truth from seeping out.

Bennie Thompson is the House Homeland Security Committee Chair Representative. He is asking for all the U.S. Capital rioters to be put on the no-fly list and branded as “domestic terrorists.” He is also pushing that Cruz and Hawley be branded as traitors and not allowed to fly around.

His opinion was loud and clear when he stated to Joe Madison, “…[T]hese folks, in my opinion, can be classified as domestic terrorists because of the actions they participated in on Wednesday. Now under normal circumstances, international terrorists are out on no-fly lists. These are domestic terrorists – same thing. A terrorist is a terrorist, no matter who you are.”

Nothing of this nature was ever said about the liberal rioters attacking courthouses and governmental buildings a few months ago. These people were simply released back into the public and never forced to face the consequences of their actions.

But now that it appears a few people, apparently representing the hundreds of millions of conservatives, did a bad thing that they all should be branded as traitors and sent to prison.

The liberals want to divide America. They want to weaken the nation so they can institute lockdown measures much like they are doing with COVID-19. All they need is a reason to declare martial law, and they can throw freedoms right out the window.

Madison sees the challenge over the electoral college results as an act of treason. But that did not stop the liberals from doing the same in other elections. Cruz and Hawley simply followed a set precedent that was deemed legal as they moved forward.

Now the certification is complete; the two Senators are ready to get to work. They accepted the results. But the left still wants to drag them through the mud.

Madison went on to note that “There’s talk about liability for inciting this insurrection falling, maybe, in the laps of Senator Hawley and Senator Cruz and a member of Congress who may have Facetimed or led people to Pelosi’s office.”

Thompson would go on to reply that “Well, there’s no question about it. There’s no exemption for being put on the no-fly list.”

The facts remain that there is nothing wrong with doing one’s job. Cruz and Hawley only did what was expected of them as United States Senators. Had the entire Republican and Moderate Base stood up to the liberal left, there would have been no contest. The audit would have been done.

Both Cruz and Hawley denounced the actions of a few people. But several Democrats want them to resign because it is the quickest way for the liberals to get rid of two American patriots. Democrats cannot compete with conservative giants that stand for freedom and the Constitution of the United States.