Congress has a big issue on its hands.
America can't trust its members.
It's not that 100% of them should be on the naughty list this year, it's that they make it too confusing to figure out which of them have been playing nice this year.
That's because every dishonest politician out there will go to the ends of the earth to convince you that THEY'RE telling the truth and anyone disputing them is lying.
There is simply too much smoke-and-mirrors maneuvering going on in Congress right now for voters to actually determine which lawmakers are fighting FOR the people and which are fighting AGAINST the people.
Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Republican Rep. Tim Burchett of Tennessee are two legislators who want to make the naughty and nice list available for public viewing, but not many other members of Congress agree with them.
Burchett is pretty sure they feel that way because they have something to hide.
Why else wouldn't these politicians want voters knowing what they've been up to?
"Too many of my colleagues, I’m afraid, are compromised in this area for whatever reason," Burchett said.
And what area is he talking about?
Blackburn wanted to open up Jeffrey Epstein's flight logs to see just exactly who was flying around with the sex criminal on his private jet and what these people were up to.
The Democrats in the Senate refused to do it.
Burchett thinks it's because Congress and the White House would be found out if the flight logs went public.
"So, obviously, the Congress has been compromised, and this continues on through the White House, through the Justice Department. The trash can is very deep. It’s not a swamp — it’s an open sewer."
🚨Rep. @TimBurchett CONFIRMS there are members of Congress who are currently being blackmailed to not release the information pertaining to Jeffrey Epstein:
“I believe so, one hundred percent. We’ve got to start electing people with guts in both parties.” pic.twitter.com/hqS78hJnke
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) December 21, 2023
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