Republicans who spread Vladimir Putin’s propaganda are despicable

Do you shake your head in disbelief when you watch Tucker Carlson on Fox News, or members of the Vladimir Putin wing of the Republican Party spewing hate and disinformation, and hear almost no condemnation from moderate Republicans? 

When you learned that Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar attended a white supremacy conference in Orlando and the organizer, Nick Fuentes, prayed for the brave Russian soldiers fighting to “liberate Ukraine from the Great Satan and from the evil empire in the world, which is the United States,” did you want to heave? 

Did you blanch when you heard that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy refused to punish or remove Greene and Gosar from any legislative committees, yet threatened any Republican with reprisals should they agree to testify before the Jan. 6 insurrection investigation committee?

Did your stomach hurt you when you heard Republicans complain about the cost of funding vaccinations and other COVID-related treatments for uninsured Americans, yet they didn’t raise an eye brow when Donald Trump gifted the mega-wealthy the largest tax break in history? I guess blue-collar working-class families don’t count in today’s Republican America.