Here at TKC we don't care for crybaby tactics or whataboutism.
However, a Missouri politico makes a relevant point regarding the rhetorical leeway allowed to his Democratic Party colleagues when they share controversial sentiments that many progressives also reject.
Money line . . .
"AOC and [Rashida] Tlaib and [Ayanna] Pressley and others on the Democrat side in the House, it appears they can say just about anything they want to say to about anybody," the host said. "They can make these outrageous allegations about this country. They can make outrageous allegations about their colleagues, honestly. They can make outrageous allegations about the state of Israel for which there's no pushback, for which their colleagues don't seek any kind of recrimination whatsoever."
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Hawley defends election objection, claims Dems trying to 'grab power' with 'lie about our motivations'
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., objected to the slate of electors from Pennsylvania earlier this month "in order to have a debate about election integrity," he told Fox News' " Life, Liberty & Levin" in an interview airing Sunday. "I think we need election reforms. I think we need to ban ballot harvesting.