No @Jim_Jordan  this is not what the cancel culture is. This is not about the first amendment. Last Wednesday the people who believed lies about the election being stolen had a right to protest. They didn't have a right to violently storm the Capitol.

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President Biden: "Our soul will be troubled as long as systematic racism is allowed to persist. ... It's corrosive, it's destructive, and it's costly. ... We're also less prosperous. We're less successful. We're less secure. We must change."

Senate Majority Leader Schumer tells @maddow  on former Pres. Trump: "His act on the 6th was the most despicable thing any president has ever done. And he is the worst president ever."

The law enforcement effort after the riots at the US Capitol earlier this month is still in its beginning stages, having fanned out across the country in the largest domestic terrorism investigation since 9/11.

JUST IN: U.S. Senators sworn in for impeachment trial against former President Trump.

Senators have been formally sworn in as jurors for the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump

we're trending towards "execute our opponents" as not-entirely-fringe GOP/conservative position.

Eagerly awaiting the leak of Biden's phone call with Putin.

So with 45 Republicans now on record saying that the impeachment trial is unconstitutional, that would seem to end much if any suspense over the outcome of the upcoming trial, right?