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By Donna
October 11, 2021 8:39 am
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Mrs. Loopner's husband didn't die - he slithered away and became Iowa US Sen. Chuck Grassley.

"...Saturday's rally in Iowa, though, was different. This one was attended by longtime Iowa US Sen. Chuck Grassley, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, Iowa Reps. Mariannette Miller-Meeks and Ashley Hinson, and other mainstream Republican officials. Some of these very same people, who just nine months ago were slamming Trump for his role in the Capitol riots, were now only too happy to be seen supporting him. This is politics at its worst -- and at its most dangerous for our democracy.

The most hypocritical of the bunch is Sen. Grassley, who on January 6 was escorted by his security detail to a secure location to protect him from the pro-Trump mob that had laid siege on the Capitol. Grassley, who voted to certify the 2020 election, made a veiled reference to Trump in his statement, noting that the lawsuits filed after the election had failed and that "politicians in Washington should not second guess the courts once they have ruled."

In February, however, after Trump's impeachment trial for allegedly inciting the January 6 insurrection (allegations which Trump has denied), Grassley was even more direct with his criticism. He said in a statement that "President Trump continued to argue that the election had been stolen even though the courts didn't back up his claims," and "belittled and harassed elected officials across the country to get his way." Grassley added that Trump "encouraged his own, loyal vice president, Mike Pence, to take extraordinary and unconstitutional actions during the Electoral College count."

Grassley continued bluntly: "There's no doubt in my mind that President Trump's language was extreme, aggressive, and irresponsible," sharing his view that all involved in the attack -- including Trump -- "must take responsibility for their destructive actions that day."

Flash forward to Saturday, and there was Grassley beaming as Trump offered a "complete and total endorsement for re-election" for the 88-year-old Senator. Grassley responded, "If I didn't accept the endorsement of a person that's got 91 percent of the Republican voters in Iowa, I wouldn't be too smart."

To Grassley, it was "smart" to accept the endorsement of the man who spent Saturday's rally spouting the same falsehoods that led to the January 6 violence that caused Grassley to hide in fear. Trump's litany of dangerous election lies at his Iowa rally ranged from irresponsible claims he won Wisconsin "by a lot" in 2020, to lying that the results of the recently released Arizona audit support his false claim that he had actually won that state. He even declared that, "First of all, [Biden] didn't get elected, OK?" The crowd responded to Trump's buffet of lies by chanting, "Trump won! Trump won!"

But Grassley wasn't alone in his duplicity..."


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  1. by Curt_Anderson on October 11, 2021 9:02 am
    Sen. Chuck Grassley all but admitted that being obsequious and accepting Trump's endorsement was merely craven politics.

    Grassley told the Trump rally that he was "born at night but not last night". He went on to say that with 91% of Iowa Republicans supporting Trump that he would be a fool not to stay in Trump's good graces.


  2. by HatetheSwamp on October 11, 2021 11:04 am

    Of course, I watched part of the Trump rally. And, the crowd was particularly loud and enthusiastic.

    It would be stupid for a GOP not to pay homage to Trump and not only because Trump is a godlike figure in Iowa but also because the price of crossing Trump is high.


  3. by Donna on October 11, 2021 11:07 am
    Right - Fuck what's good for the country. My cushy career is the only thing that matters.


  4. by HatetheSwamp on October 11, 2021 1:27 pm
    Donna,

    That life in the Swamp. It's not like this is anything unusual.


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