Sure does look like it. Early on January 7th, the day after the insurrection and invasion of the Capitol, Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell verbally pledged allegiance to the truth by laying the blame for the riots on the former President. The then-President of the United States had broken his oath of office to the Constitution of these United States by trying to organize, set in motion and coerce the voiding of the Electoral College votes. (Thank God, his then-Vice President had a rare moment of true colors. Otherwise it would have been more than an attempt.) Still, the stage was set through his 147 Republican Congressional turncoats who voted to overturn the will of the people who voted for another guy for President. Since then, Trump has alternately whined and whimpered from New Jersey and Florida.
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