This Will Not End Well

H/T Scissorhead Skinny-D

There will be a January 6 Commission! and it will have nothing to do with investigating BLM and Antifa, as the New Confederacy wanted! Yay!

It will be bipartisan! …Say, what now?

It will be a 10-person commission (5 people appointed from each party, but not elected officials) AND the commission can only subpoena witnesses, documents, etc, by consensus.

So the Coup Klux Klan can smother this thing in its crib. So much winning.


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6 Responses to This Will Not End Well

  1. RWW says:

    Well, maybe there can be consensus over the shape of the table where the map of the Flat Earth can be displayed for everyone’s consideration.

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    • MDavis says:

      No way will everyone agtree to wither of these things.

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      • lofgren says:

        Can’t have a round table because it would imply everybody is equal. Can’t have a rectangular table because everybody wants to sit at the head. Can’t have a square table because the chairs bump against each other if everybody tries to spin around real fast and go “Wheeeeee!” all at the same time.


    • CalicoJack says:

      Echoes of Nixon’s peace talks with the North Vietnamese…


  2. roket says:

    An even-numbered Commission is designed to fail.

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  3. CalicoJack says:

    Howdy y’all!
    I know Pelosi is a smart politician, but doing anything with Repubes by consensus means that we will do nothing unless we just do what they want. They will never agree to anything a Dem wants to do. It’s all obstruction, all the time. Even if we could subpoena McCarthy and others, they’ll just lie oath or no oath. It’s not like I’m hugely pessimistic or anything, it’s just that past is prologue.

    They’ll be appointing Rudy Giuliani, Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Sidney Powell. I guess it could make a decent betting and drinking game, though. And, it might could be a good reason for MTG to resign and take up a post as co-chair.



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