The complete list of Congressional seditionists

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zinfamous

No Lifer
Jul 12, 2006
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Their concerns of election fraud are shared by many millions of Americans, and were never fully reviewed or addressed. It puts into question not only the election of 2020 but of all future elections as well. They do not trust the process and are objecting. Far worse things will occur so long as the alt-reality bubble continues to exist and we cannot find meaningful ways to cooperate as one nation.
What the FUCK are you talking about? Their bullshit hallucinations were put in front of DOZENS of federal courts and dismissed for the shit that it was. How is that not being heard? What the fuck have you been paying attention to over the last several months?

No, they don't like the responses that they are getting, so these little bitches feel entitled towards violence until they get what they want, regardless of the legitimacy of their beliefs. That is literally what is happening.

Tell me this: when do YOU think their voices are heard, and why do you think they haven't already been offered the full extent of what our system can and only ever will be able to offer them in terms of entertaining what are fantasy delusions? And you know, none of them even deserve to have any of this shit heard--we know it's fantasy. We know the only real source for any of these inventions is Donald Fucking Trump, shitting out of his mouth and letting the OAN/NewsMax/RedPill world churn them over into more elaborate, invented stories of these "Events," bringing in fake witnesses that were never anywhere they claim to be.

When we eventually OED the plainly false "beliefs" about the election that these fucking useless humans have, we will track every single origin of the first known public record of these accusations to a single mouth, tweeting from an oval office toilet or screaming from a pulpit in some bumfucked corn field in Mudville, USA.
 

Pohemi420

Diamond Member
Oct 2, 2004
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What the FUCK are you talking about? Their bullshit hallucinations were put in front of DOZENS of federal courts and dismissed for the shit that it was. How is that not being heard? What the fuck have you been paying attention to over the last several months?
Yeah, I'm a bit puzzled as to what the fuck @Jaskalas is trying to argue, it's as if he hasn't slept in a week and then this happened two days ago and he's losing it.

These were trumpers who stormed the capital, and yet he says it's the dems (as usual) that need to make changes...

Projection? Deflection? Distraction? A bit of all of the above? I don't even know, but his blame game is obviously upside-down.
I'm guessing he either agrees that there was widespread election fraud like the fuckheads who stormed the capital two days ago, or he's trolling just to argue.

Republican supporters/voters get violent. Jaskalas says HEY DEMS NEED TO GET RID OF NON-PAPER BALLOTS OR THERE'LL BE VIOLENCE.

Shut the fuck up, clown.
 
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gothuevos

Golden Member
Jul 28, 2010
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Uh, they had 60+ court cases and two months to prove their case. And in most instances, they weren't even alleging fraud, just bringing one frivolous suit after another.

No amount of "auditing" would convince these people. They would just continue to claim it was fake, deep state, etc.
 

guidryp

Platinum Member
Apr 3, 2006
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I don't see how you think a vote of no confidence in something equals sedition.

There wouldn't be a role for Congress to play here, for them to take a vote, if taking this vote in either direction wasn't part of their sworn duty to our nation. They are not required to vote the way you want them to.

Their concerns of election fraud are shared by many millions of Americans, and were never fully reviewed or addressed. It puts into question not only the election of 2020 but of all future elections as well. They do not trust the process and are objecting. Far worse things will occur so long as the alt-reality bubble continues to exist and we cannot find meaningful ways to cooperate as one nation.
These are the people responsible for the big lie, that the election was stolen. They aren't addressing those concerns. They are inciting the mob, by continuing the lies they started.

They are treasonous louts, that would rather see the country in turmoil and flames, if they can't be in power.
 

Amol S.

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Mar 14, 2015
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Here's a handy list of Congressional traitors who voted to disenfranchise the voters of entire states and subvert the Constitution of the United States, violating their oaths of office. Keep it handy in case you happen to live in their districts.

U.S. Senate

Tommy Tuberville, Ala.
Rick Scott, Fla.
Roger Marshall, Kan.
John Kennedy, La.
Cindy Hyde-Smith, Miss.
Josh Hawley, Mo.
Ted Cruz, Texas
Cynthia Lummis, Wyo.

U.S. House of Representatives
Robert B. Aderholt, Ala.
Mo Brooks, Ala.
Jerry Carl, Ala.
Barry Moore, Ala.
Gary Palmer, Ala.
Mike Rogers, Ala.
Andy Biggs, Ariz.
Paul Gosar, Ariz.
Debbie Lesko, Ariz.
David Schweikert, Ariz.
Rick Crawford, Ark.
Ken Calvert, Calif.
Mike Garcia, Calif.
Darrell Issa, Calif.
Doug LaMalfa, Calif.
Kevin McCarthy, Calif.
Devin Nunes, Calif.
Jay Obernolte, Calif.
Lauren Boebert, Colo.
Doug Lamborn, Colo.
Kat Cammack, Fla.
Mario Diaz-Balart, Fla.
Byron Donalds, Fla.
Neal Dunn, Fla.
Scott Franklin, Fla.
Matt Gaetz, Fla.
Carlos Gimenez, Fla.
Brian Mast, Fla.
Bill Posey, Fla.
John Rutherford, Fla.
Greg Steube, Fla.
Daniel Webster, Fla.
Rick Allen, Ga.
Earl L. “Buddy” Carter, Ga.
Andrew Clyde, Ga.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, Ga.
Jody Hice, Ga.
Barry Loudermilk, Ga.
Russ Fulcher, Idaho
Mike Bost, Ill.
Mary Miller, Ill.
Jim Baird, Ind.
Jim Banks, Ind.
Greg Pence, Ind.
Jackie Walorski, Ind.
Ron Estes, Kan.
Jacob LaTurner, Kan.
Tracey Mann, Kan.
Harold Rogers, Ky.
Garret Graves, La.
Clay Higgins, La.
Mike Johnson, La.
Steve Scalise, La.
Andy Harris, Md.
Jack Bergman, Mich.
Lisa McClain, Mich.
Tim Walberg, Mich.
Michelle Fischbach, Minn.
Jim Hagedorn, Minn.
Michael Guest, Miss.
Trent Kelly, Miss.
Steven Palazzo, Miss.
Sam Graves, Mo.
Vicky Hartzler, Mo.
Billy Long, Mo.
Blaine Luetkemeyer, Mo.
Jason Smith, Mo.
Matt Rosendale, Mont.
Dan Bishop, N.C.
Ted Budd, N.C.
Madison Cawthorn, N.C.
Virginia Foxx, N.C.
Richard Hudson, N.C.
Gregory F. Murphy, N.C.
David Rouzer, N.C.
Jeff Van Drew, N.J.
Yvette Herrell, N.M.
Chris Jacobs, N.Y.
Nicole Malliotakis, N.Y.
Elise M. Stefanik, N.Y.
Lee Zeldin, N.Y.
Adrian Smith, Neb.
Steve Chabot, Ohio
Warren Davidson, Ohio
Bob Gibbs, Ohio
Bill Johnson, Ohio
Jim Jordan, Ohio
Stephanie Bice, Okla.
Tom Cole, Okla.
Kevin Hern, Okla.
Frank Lucas, Okla.
Markwayne Mullin, Okla.
Cliff Bentz, Ore.
John Joyce, Pa.
Fred Keller, Pa.
Mike Kelly, Pa.
Daniel Meuser, Pa.
Scott Perry, Pa.
Guy Reschenthaler, Pa.
Lloyd Smucker, Pa.
Glenn Thompson, Pa.
Jeff Duncan, S.C.
Ralph Norman, S.C.
Tom Rice, S.C.
William Timmons, S.C.
Joe Wilson, S.C.
Tim Burchett, Tenn.
Scott DesJarlais, Tenn.
Chuck Fleischmann, Tenn.
Mark E. Green, Tenn.
Diana Harshbarger, Tenn.
David Kustoff, Tenn.
John Rose, Tenn.
Jodey Arrington, Texas
Brian Babin, Texas
Michael C. Burgess, Texas
John R. Carter, Texas
Michael Cloud, Texas
Pat Fallon, Texas
Louie Gohmert, Texas
Lance Gooden, Texas
Ronny Jackson, Texas
Troy Nehls, Texas
August Pfluger, Texas
Pete Sessions, Texas
Beth Van Duyne, Texas
Randy Weber, Texas
Roger Williams, Texas
Ron Wright, Texas
Burgess Owens, Utah
Chris Stewart, Utah
Ben Cline, Va.
Bob Good, Va.
Morgan Griffith, Va.
Robert J. Wittman, Va.
Carol Miller, W.Va.
Alexander X. Mooney, W.Va.
Scott Fitzgerald, Wis.
Tom Tiffany, Wis.
Since that is one long list, I am creating a Java program named : "Is this politician a seditionist?". This is to make searching for a name a lot easier for the people here.

Step 1: Save the list of names in the quoted text, without the name of state and what part of congress they are in, into a txt file named "seditionist.txt"

Step 2: Save and compile and run the code below in the same directory that the "seditionist.txt" file was saved in.

Java:
import java.util.*;
import java.io.*;

public class Main
{
    public static final String fileName = "seditionist.txt";
    public static boolean isSeditionist = false;//Initialized to false. 
    
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        String politicianName = getName();
        searchName(politicianName);
        displayResult();
    }
    
    private static String getName()
    {
        Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.println("Enter the name of the politician.  :  ");
        return input.nextLine();
    }
    
    private static void searchName(String name)
    {
        try
        {
            File seditionistList = new File("seditionist.txt");
            Scanner fileReader = new Scanner(seditionistList);
            while(fileReader.hasNextLine())
            {
                if((fileReader.nextLine()).equalsIgnoreCase(name))
                {
                    isSeditionist = true;
                    break;
                }
            }
            fileReader.close();
        }
        catch(Exception someException)
        {
            System.out.println("The program has run into an error and has to close.  ");
            System.out.println("Please try to see if the program location and scope directory ");
            System.out.println("is in the same location as the seditionist.txt file.  ");
            System.out.println("Please aso make sure that the file exists.  ");
            System.out.println("One everything is checked and fixed, please run the program again.  ");
        }
    }
    
    private static void displayResult()
    {
        if(isSeditionist)
            System.out.println("That politician is a seditionist.  ");
        else
            System.out.println("That politician is not a seditionist.  ")
    }
}
 
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ch33zw1z

Lifer
Nov 4, 2004
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I don't see how you think a vote of no confidence in something equals sedition.

There wouldn't be a role for Congress to play here, for them to take a vote, if taking this vote in either direction wasn't part of their sworn duty to our nation. They are not required to vote the way you want them to.

Their concerns of election fraud are shared by many millions of Americans, and were never fully reviewed or addressed. It puts into question not only the election of 2020 but of all future elections as well. They do not trust the process and are objecting. Far worse things will occur so long as the alt-reality bubble continues to exist and we cannot find meaningful ways to cooperate as one nation.

Calling them seditionists is for you to flagrantly ignore and dismiss their concerns with prejudice instead of reasonably hearing them out and then finding a constructive way to investigate and prevent a continued opening of wounds. Right or wrong, the fear derived from their belief has lit a fuse. Do you concern yourself at all with putting it out, or do you merely intend to pour fuel onto the inevitable result?

Sadly, many here have stated that they wish to add to the conflict - rather than buy us time and influence by making any concessions at all to balm the fear and hysteria of the American people.
Notice how 2016 wasn't mentioned, and how the GOP weren't just not concerned about voting problems, but actively shut down investigations.
 
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dphantom

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Jan 14, 2005
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Here's a handy list of Congressional traitors who voted to disenfranchise the voters of entire states and subvert the Constitution of the United States, violating their oaths of office. Keep it handy in case you happen to live in their districts.

U.S. Senate

Tommy Tuberville, Ala.
Rick Scott, Fla.
Roger Marshall, Kan.
John Kennedy, La.
Cindy Hyde-Smith, Miss.
Josh Hawley, Mo.
Ted Cruz, Texas
Cynthia Lummis, Wyo.

U.S. House of Representatives
Robert B. Aderholt, Ala.
Mo Brooks, Ala.
Jerry Carl, Ala.
Barry Moore, Ala.
Gary Palmer, Ala.
Mike Rogers, Ala.
Andy Biggs, Ariz.
Paul Gosar, Ariz.
Debbie Lesko, Ariz.
David Schweikert, Ariz.
Rick Crawford, Ark.
Ken Calvert, Calif.
Mike Garcia, Calif.
Darrell Issa, Calif.
Doug LaMalfa, Calif.
Kevin McCarthy, Calif.
Devin Nunes, Calif.
Jay Obernolte, Calif.
Lauren Boebert, Colo.
Doug Lamborn, Colo.
Kat Cammack, Fla.
Mario Diaz-Balart, Fla.
Byron Donalds, Fla.
Neal Dunn, Fla.
Scott Franklin, Fla.
Matt Gaetz, Fla.
Carlos Gimenez, Fla.
Brian Mast, Fla.
Bill Posey, Fla.
John Rutherford, Fla.
Greg Steube, Fla.
Daniel Webster, Fla.
Rick Allen, Ga.
Earl L. “Buddy” Carter, Ga.
Andrew Clyde, Ga.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, Ga.
Jody Hice, Ga.
Barry Loudermilk, Ga.
Russ Fulcher, Idaho
Mike Bost, Ill.
Mary Miller, Ill.
Jim Baird, Ind.
Jim Banks, Ind.
Greg Pence, Ind.
Jackie Walorski, Ind.
Ron Estes, Kan.
Jacob LaTurner, Kan.
Tracey Mann, Kan.
Harold Rogers, Ky.
Garret Graves, La.
Clay Higgins, La.
Mike Johnson, La.
Steve Scalise, La.
Andy Harris, Md.
Jack Bergman, Mich.
Lisa McClain, Mich.
Tim Walberg, Mich.
Michelle Fischbach, Minn.
Jim Hagedorn, Minn.
Michael Guest, Miss.
Trent Kelly, Miss.
Steven Palazzo, Miss.
Sam Graves, Mo.
Vicky Hartzler, Mo.
Billy Long, Mo.
Blaine Luetkemeyer, Mo.
Jason Smith, Mo.
Matt Rosendale, Mont.
Dan Bishop, N.C.
Ted Budd, N.C.
Madison Cawthorn, N.C.
Virginia Foxx, N.C.
Richard Hudson, N.C.
Gregory F. Murphy, N.C.
David Rouzer, N.C.
Jeff Van Drew, N.J.
Yvette Herrell, N.M.
Chris Jacobs, N.Y.
Nicole Malliotakis, N.Y.
Elise M. Stefanik, N.Y.
Lee Zeldin, N.Y.
Adrian Smith, Neb.
Steve Chabot, Ohio
Warren Davidson, Ohio
Bob Gibbs, Ohio
Bill Johnson, Ohio
Jim Jordan, Ohio
Stephanie Bice, Okla.
Tom Cole, Okla.
Kevin Hern, Okla.
Frank Lucas, Okla.
Markwayne Mullin, Okla.
Cliff Bentz, Ore.
John Joyce, Pa.
Fred Keller, Pa.
Mike Kelly, Pa.
Daniel Meuser, Pa.
Scott Perry, Pa.
Guy Reschenthaler, Pa.
Lloyd Smucker, Pa.
Glenn Thompson, Pa.
Jeff Duncan, S.C.
Ralph Norman, S.C.
Tom Rice, S.C.
William Timmons, S.C.
Joe Wilson, S.C.
Tim Burchett, Tenn.
Scott DesJarlais, Tenn.
Chuck Fleischmann, Tenn.
Mark E. Green, Tenn.
Diana Harshbarger, Tenn.
David Kustoff, Tenn.
John Rose, Tenn.
Jodey Arrington, Texas
Brian Babin, Texas
Michael C. Burgess, Texas
John R. Carter, Texas
Michael Cloud, Texas
Pat Fallon, Texas
Louie Gohmert, Texas
Lance Gooden, Texas
Ronny Jackson, Texas
Troy Nehls, Texas
August Pfluger, Texas
Pete Sessions, Texas
Beth Van Duyne, Texas
Randy Weber, Texas
Roger Williams, Texas
Ron Wright, Texas
Burgess Owens, Utah
Chris Stewart, Utah
Ben Cline, Va.
Bob Good, Va.
Morgan Griffith, Va.
Robert J. Wittman, Va.
Carol Miller, W.Va.
Alexander X. Mooney, W.Va.
Scott Fitzgerald, Wis.
Tom Tiffany, Wis.
:rolleyes: lol
 

hal2kilo

Lifer
Feb 24, 2009
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I don't see how you think a vote of no confidence in something equals sedition.

There wouldn't be a role for Congress to play here, for them to take a vote, if taking this vote in either direction wasn't part of their sworn duty to our nation. They are not required to vote the way you want them to.

Their concerns of election fraud are shared by many millions of Americans, and were never fully reviewed or addressed. It puts into question not only the election of 2020 but of all future elections as well. They do not trust the process and are objecting. Far worse things will occur so long as the alt-reality bubble continues to exist and we cannot find meaningful ways to cooperate as one nation.

Calling them seditionists is for you to flagrantly ignore and dismiss their concerns with prejudice instead of reasonably hearing them out and then finding a constructive way to investigate and prevent a continued opening of wounds. Right or wrong, the fear derived from their belief has lit a fuse. Do you concern yourself at all with putting it out, or do you merely intend to pour fuel onto the inevitable result?

Sadly, many here have stated that they wish to add to the conflict - rather than buy us time and influence by making any concessions at all to balm the fear and hysteria of the American people.
WTF happened in the last few weeks? Reversion to true form?
 

Jaskalas

Lifer
Jun 23, 2004
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These were trumpers who stormed the capital, and yet he says it's the dems (as usual) that need to make changes...
The "change" I speak of is.. that we need to address their narrative. We need to act to counter it. Not for the leadership. Not for the hardcore extremists. For the average joe getting swept up by it. We need to reach out and steal them from the Republican propaganda machine. Heaven forbid I say we need to act to weaken their position before it escalates to violence.

Short of shooting and killing your fellow Americans, you have to learn to live with them. To engage with them. To disarm them. Counter their arguments and concerns. WTF do you think that looks like? Heaven forbid I !@#$ing suggest that. You "make change" every god damn day by your actions. I am simply imploring you to choose reason from madness. Yes, it matters if Republicans are determined to cause a collapse, but our people must still address their actions in a way that will not contribute to that end. It is still within our power to choose a civil society over an Afghan one.

But we cannot build and maintain a coalition of the sane if our side chooses to respond in kind, if you simply choose the stick over the carrot. If you will not engage in a civil society, if you will not act to convince people of a secure election process, then you have already chosen the sort of change you want. I would just, again, implore you to not let the Republicans choose for you. Be a better person. Or our future conversations will be done in a cave.

And honestly, this topic now feels a bit dated. Time and again the wrong choices have been made. It all feels a bit too late.
 
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The "change" I speak of is.. that we need to address their narrative. We need to act to counter it. Not for the leadership. Not for the hardcore extremists. For the average joe getting swept up by it. We need to reach out and steal them from the Republican propaganda machine. Heaven forbid I say we need to act to weaken their position before it escalates to violence.

Short of shooting and killing your fellow Americans, you have to learn to live with them. To engage with them. To disarm them. Counter their arguments and concerns. WTF do you think that looks like? Heaven forbid I !@#$ing suggest that. You "make change" every god damn day by your actions. I am simply imploring you to choose reason from madness. Yes, it matters if Republicans are determined to cause a collapse, but our people must still address their actions in a way that will not contribute to that end. It is still within our power to choose a civil society over an Afghan one.

But we cannot build and maintain a coalition of the sane if our side chooses to respond in kind, if you simply choose the stick over the carrot. If you will not engage in a civil society, if you will not act to convince people of a secure election process, then you have already chosen the sort of change you want. I would just, again, implore you to not let the Republicans choose for you. Be a better person. Or our future conversations will be done in a cave.

And honestly, this topic now feels a bit dated. Time and again the wrong choices have been made. It all feels a bit too late.
Have you seen the state of the conservative party these days? There aren't enough sane people to work with. If they dare speak out against the worst elements of Trump and Trumpism, they are run out and tarred and feathered. The base demands more and more crazy shit too. They are all nuts together. That time has come and gone. The sane part of the Republican party is an outlier at this point. The dems have a fringe, but that's what it is, a fringe.

The best solution is to separate the country so that at least half of the country doesn't have to live under fascist rule. Triage for a nation.
 
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Uh, they had 60+ court cases and two months to prove their case. And in most instances, they weren't even alleging fraud, just bringing one frivolous suit after another.

No amount of "auditing" would convince these people. They would just continue to claim it was fake, deep state, etc.
For them to believe otherwise is to admit that they are on the wrong side of history, that their guy Trump is not the Chosen One, is not infallible, is a figment of their propagandized hateful, spiteful fearful imaginations and most of all, that every bad thing Trump is, said and done is the indisputable truth.

They're never going to do that because to them it would mean their entire existence as members of a political organization was in reality an illusion financed by people who profitably exploited them for decades with no end in sight.
 

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