The Republican Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Polyester-haired Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) restrained by the snout from punching Matt Gaetz, live on CSPAN

Despite it being boffo TeeVee, for some reason the Republicans don’t want CSPAN cameras in the House anymore.

Go figure.

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8 Responses to The Republican Revolution Will Not Be Televised

  1. schmice3 says:

    But, of course.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. lisahgolden says:

    Good thing they’re working for the people in a transparent way. or something.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. gruaud says:

    However, if a Democrat accidentally drops a pen, and their pants rip when bending down to retrieve it, rest assured that we will be streaming the living piss out of that.

    So to speak.

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  4. TrAnSpArEnCy In GoVeRnMeNt!!!


  5. robginchicago says:

    I was actually surprised by this. Given how Trump ran his Administration* like a scripted and edited TV reality show; that the public seemed to like the TV show quality of the C-Span feed while 15 rounds of voting took place last week; and the fact that a large segment of the GOP Congress are interested more in being internet/FOX TV trolls rather than lawmakers, I figured that they would hire Mark Burnett or some other Reality TV Producer to essentially and ENTIRELY stage manage the 118th Congress, and tightly edit all daytime activities for rebroadcast in an edited version during prime time hours, complete with staged and scripted speeches, arguments, shoving matches, and stage whispered trolling comments.


  6. Now we constituents may at last learn the true meaning of “Now we are truly fxcked in the dark.”


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