Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Dunce Cap Award: Fibber Jordan, James Comer, and Bryan Stiel

Only a dozen or so people, mostly members of the NY Young Republicans, turned out to protest an indictment that didn't happen on Tuesday.

For now, Donald John Pinocchio Narcissus Trump remains a free man, but for how much longer? Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, Jr. could still issue an indictment, but it may not be for another few days at least.

That didn't stop a trio of GOPer idiots from attempting to interfere with Bragg's investigation, ignorant of the fact that Congress has no jurisdiction in the case in New York.

The leader of this group of blind mice is House Judiciary Committee Chairman Fibber Jordan of Ohio, who, along with Kentucky Misrepresentative James Combover and Wisconsin's Bryan Stiel, are demanding that Bragg drop what he's doing and come to Washington to talk to them. As noted, they don't have the authority to do so. The only "authority" they have is blind loyalty to Trump, the oldest spoiled brat on the planet. Seems Jordan checked a certain closet, and thought he found something significant. He probably got a concussion, and doesn't remember Congressional protocol, but that's another story.

Anyway, MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell broke it all down Tuesday night on The Last Word:

As far as Republicans are concerned, the rules of conduct in Congress go out the door in favor of fealty to a 76, soon to be 77, year old man-child with the impulses of a 3 year old. They'd rather protect the former president than sit on the sidelines like they're supposed to in this case. For going out of bounds in service to a man-baby, this is their prize:

Enough said.

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