Mike Murphy, a former adviser to Mitt Romney's losing 2012 presidential campaign, told NBC's Andrea Mitchell that a Republican senator told him that there were 30 GOP Senators who would vote to convict Donald Trump in a Senate trial if it were a secret vote.
All I can say is thank god Mitt Romney didn't win. Between him and Paul Ryan I can't imagine who would have been the first to run over and suck Nancy Pelosi's flop-sweat off of her ass. America would have been much worse off, and Trump might not have ever decided to run and expose the whole corrupt charade.
And the Republicans who are NOT back-stabbing two-faced shitbags are too weak to do anything about the ones who are. Remember when they tried to oust John Boehner? A few stalwart Representatives actually trying to do what their voters wanted them to do instead of kissing Democrat ass, and what happened?
A big fat nada, and the actual conservative representatives got shoved into a hole until Boehner left. The GOP had a chance to show that they both heard and understood what their voters wanted, and they planted knives in our back while making sure that Nancy Pelosi got everything she wanted.
When the civil war comes, you can blame the GOP right along with the Democrats. With some exceptions, they're pretty much the same thing. The only thing that keeps the Stupid Party in power is the fact that while there's a 50/50 chance that the Stupid Party will destroy America, there's a 100% chance that the Democrats will do so. So I'm not voting for the Stupid Party, I'm voting against the Democrats. I've read my Heinlein, dammit.