Dozens of House Republicans, including Reps Boebert, Gossar, Cauthorne and Taylor Green, have been implicated in Trump’s coup plot.
The names of House Republicans in the Trump coup plot
Rolling Stone spoke to 1/6 of the assembly organizers and planners who each named:
Along with Green, Georgia’s conspiratorial Trump-backed Republican who took office earlier this year, the pair both say members who took part in the conversation, or even top activists, included the rapist. Paul Gosser (R-Ariz), Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo), Republica Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), Republica Madison Catherine (RNC), Republica Andy Biggs (R-Ariz), and Republica Louis Gohmart (R-Texas).
“We’ll talk back-to-back with Boebert’s team, Couthorn’s team, Gossar’s team,” the organizers said.
The plan was to keep Trump in power and then get a presidential pardon
Gossar even expressed the idea of blanket forgiveness for participants in the coup. The plan was that House Republicans and the Trump White House would overthrow the election through a coup and then Trump would forgive everyone who participated in the death of democracy.
The list of Republicans in Congress whose phone records have been pulled by the 1/6 committee matches the list of House Republicans named by the rally planners and organizers.
This is not a coincidence.
House Republicans knew who the conspirators were. House Democrats seem to have a very good idea of who was involved in this coup attempt inside Congress, and now the 1/6 committee is gathering evidence that House Republicans were involved.
The 1/6 coup plot was an internal act, which meant that outside of Trump, the entire Republican Party was a threat to democracy.
Mr. Izli Managing Secretary. He is also a White House Press Pool and a congressional correspondent for Politicus USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. Her undergraduate work, including specialization in the social reform movement, focuses on public policy.
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