The GOP's Cornucopia Of Corruption
The last few weeks have been a cornucopia of corruption scandals coming to light.
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The last few weeks have been a cornucopia of corruption scandals coming to light, from the Supreme Court to the Republican Senate Judiciary Committee hiding evidence about then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanagh to the opportunity for E. Jean Carroll to finally tell her story of allegedly being raped by Donald Trump after being defamed by him for years as he weaponized the power of the presidency against her.
If you’ve noticed the increasing corruption of the American political process, it’s rather sad to note that it was given a huge assist by the very branch of government that’s been most corrupted and by the political side of the aisle that is currently being run by a criminal defendant.
It’s been thirteen years and a few months since the 2010 Supreme Court 5–4 majority ruling in the case of the conservative nonprofit Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, which meant that corporations an…
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