If you are a student of Real History , then you are familiar with the history of America's Ku Klux Klan, a terrorist organization created by the one percent to murder, rape, and pillage Blacks, Jews, Catholics after the Civil War. They would generally attack at night while their victims slept. Our GOP Congress reminds me of the Klan in the tactics used to govern: they gather in closed sessions at night to pass/create legislation that benefits their corporate masters and screws the people, especially the bottom 90%.
For example, the thief of Merland Garland's Supreme Court seat by Imperial Dragon/Wizard, or whatever, Sen. Mitch McConnell. A thief accomplished by legislative chicanery and aided by his fellow thieves and racists in the Senate. This deed was based on instructions from psychotic billionaires like Anschultz, Mercer, and the Koch Brothers. It was accomplished with support of the rest of the cowardly GOP senators and a few Democratic sellouts, as always.
Or consider the House where Grand Wizard, Paul Ryan, the country's great intellectual fraud, has sponsored legislation designed to deny healthcare to millions of working people and the retired in this country. He has promoted policies that eviscerates the federal budget and social safety net, the same one he benefited from after his alcoholic father died. He, of course, is supported by like-minded, do nothing buffoons who spend their time pandering to racists and other idiots. Ryan lacks the ability to pass any meaning legislation that benefits the majority of Americans. He spends most of his time fundraising (accepting bribes) from corporate masters and others who lack the moral courage to move the country forward.
And finally, we have the enablers, the ones who stand silent and whisper among themselves and are too stupid to realize that they are the eventual targets of the Kongress. The 53% of white women Trump voters, the 23% of Latinos, the 8% of blacks that supported Trump, and lastly the 90 million who don't bother to vote at all. These are the Kongress's silent moral-less majority. It would almost funny if it was not so sad.
Comments to think about.