Two-time widespread voting shedding impeached White Home squatter Donald Trump is one step nearer to a humiliating loss by the hands of, get this, Republicans. The Senate passed the Nationwide Protection Authorization Act, which Trump lobbied in opposition to and says he’ll veto as a result of it doesn’t have a provision to punish Twitter and proceed to honor accomplice traitors. The vote was overwhelming, 84-13 vote. That is 18 votes to spare in overriding a Trump veto, with 44 of the votes coming from Republicans (7 Republicans voted “no,” 2 did not vote—actually brave of you, Sen. Lindsey Graham, to skip this one).
The Home passed the bill earlier within the week, once more with a veto-proof 335-78 margin. Given the large Senate vote, it is exhausting to see Home Republicans deciding to stay with Trump on this one. Maybe that is why 126 of them determined to change into traitors and ask the Supreme Court docket to make a coup. Perhaps they assume that may insulate them from Trump’s wrath once they buck him on this invoice.
In different motion, Sen. Rand Paul ended his little tantrum and let a short-term authorities funding invoice move on a voice vote. So no shutdown this weekend. Nonetheless, Sen. Bernie Sanders warned that whereas he wasn’t going to dam it this week, he’ll subsequent week if his and Republican Sen. Josh Hawley’s provision for direct money funds is just not included in coronavirus aid.