Nine Days to a Government Shutdown After GOP Gets Ass Kicked in Election
Even after the GOP's dismal election results, former disgraced president Trump is urging Congress to shut down the government until they get EVERYTHING he wants.
The United States is just nine days away from experiencing yet another government shutdown. Former President Donald Trump, who led a 35-day shutdown in 2019, is urging Republicans to let it happen again.
Trump took to his social media site Truth Social to advise Republican lawmakers. If Congress doesn't reach a funding agreement, he finds it acceptable to let the federal government shut down —with that deadline just nine days away, the GOP has yet to find a viable solution to keep the government funded that Democrats will support.
Trump, responsible for the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, urged Republicans to make the most of the "very important deadline" to keep the government funded.
"Republicans in Congress can and must defund all aspects of Crooked Joe Biden's weaponized Government that refuses to close the Border and treats half the Country as Enemies of the State," Trump posted on his site.
"This is also the last chance to defund these political prosecutions against me and other Patriots. They failed on the debt limit, but they must not fail now. Use the power of the purse and defend the Country!"
The urge to follow Trump into an abyss in 2024 is STILL prevalent in the Republican Party un, deterred by the election losses in Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky and the growing likelihood that Trump may be a convicted felon and bankrupted by Tuesday, November 7, 2024, may be facing a blue-Tsunami that gives the Democrats an 18-24 seat advantage in the House while gaining one seat in U.S. Senate.
The vast majority of GOP politicians STILL think Trumpism is popular or viable. As each special election takes place and this past election is tallied, it becomes clear as each day passes the Republican Party and the rapist, discredited and defeated loser Trump are on the verge of national reckoning.