The insurrectionist mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol at the president’s behest last week was overwhelmingly made up of longtime Trump supporters, including Republican Party officials, GOP political donors, far-right militants, white supremacists, and adherents of the QAnon myth that the government is secretly controlled by a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophile cannibals. Records show that…
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Opinion: This editorial writer was first to endorse Ron Johnson in 2010. He has second thoughts. https://t.co/882T1h1U4w — Journal Sentinel (@journalsentinel) January 7, 2021
Remember this isn't Ron Johnson's first arson attempt: He once baselessly told a story of busloads of 'illegal aliens' coming from Illinois and voting in Wisconsin. https://t.co/Qn0QQGEoVZ — Jud Lounsbury (@JudLounsbury) January 7, 2021
We witnessed a coup attempt today. There is no other way to put it, and I never thought I would write those words. It was a violent insurrection, with a mob storming the U.S. Capitol intent on disrupting the final step of the 2020 presidential election: the counting of Electoral College votes.
PolitiFact – Sen. Ron Johnson changes tune on objecting to Electoral College results https://t.co/h3PVlcZ8B7 #wipolitics @SenRonJohnson — John Adams (@DailyAdams) January 6, 2021
Senator Johnson is just doing what he does whenever he get a chance to do it. It’s ridiculous. The generations long boomerang from Joe McCarthy to Ron Johnson is truly something to behold. — Mandela Barnes (@TheOtherMandela) January 3, 2021