List of LAWLESS Republicans who Support Trump Being Re-elected

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Marco Rubio, Mike Lee endorsing Trump after dissing him in 2016

Per Wikipedia, List of Republicans who support Trump being re-elected in 2024… support Lawlessness, Fascism, hateful, outrageous behavior, have no decency, no morals or principles and destruction of Democracy and our Country

 

‘Sniveling cowards’: Once tough-talking Republicans waste no time surrendering to Trump

Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio made a show of talking tough when they took on Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican primary, but eight years later they’ve rolled over along with many of their elected Republican colleagues to endorse Trump before they become the targets of his bullying.

 

Trump & Republicans lied about the 2020 election, claiming he “Won in a landslide” and the election was “Rigged” and “Stolen” with no proof. Trump REFUSED to admit defeat and used legal tactics to challenge the election results in swing states and when those challenges didn’t work he resorted to inciting his deluded & brainwashed followers to engage in a violent COUP to overturn our government to make himself an UN-elected dictator to stay in power against the will of the people.

This violent coup was the final act committed by the most Lawless and Corrupt administration in American History.

 

Traitor Trump

 

Trump is a Wanna-be Dictator who plans to become a Dictator if Elected in 2024.

Trump’s insane statements prove he intends to violate his Oath of Office, the United States Constitution and Citizens Rights on DAY ONE. His claiming he’s only going to be a Dictator for ONE DAY is BULLSHIT. Let’s not forget how Fact Checkers found Trump LIED over 30,000 times while President, so he has no credibility. He did everything possible to stay in office after he lost in 2020. If he gets back in the White House in 2024, he isn’t leaving… he’s made it clear; he wants to be a DICTATOR FOR LIFE. Under Trump’s rule, the United States could become like Russia where dissenters are arrested, locked up and executed.

 

Republicans OK with Violence to Seize Power

 

Espionage – Trump is joining the traitor’s hall of fame for stealing our county’s secrets while LAWLESS Republicans Defend and Protect him

 

This video shows one of Trump’s staff saying he wanted one of his own staffers executed

 

Three former Trump White House staffers says a 2nd Trump term would be ‘the end of American democracy as we know it’

 

Trump attacks led to ‘serious and credible’ death threats to court

New documents in the New York fraud case against Donald Trump reveal that the ex-president’s attacks on the judge’s clerk resulted in “hundreds of threatening and harassing” messages against her. Nov 22, 2023

 

How Wannabe Dictators become REAL Dictators

 

Trump & Republicans have stated their intentions in ‘Project 2025’ to turn the Presidency into a Presidential Dictatorship by increasing the president’s authority over every part of the federal government so he cannot be restrained or held accountable by congress or the courts. He intends to bring independent agencies under direct presidential control, such as the Federal Communications Commission, which makes and enforces rules for television and internet companies, the Federal Trade Commission, which enforces various antitrust and other consumer protection rules against businesses, the FBI, CIA and Attorney General’s office.

Trump & his cronies have made it clear they want violate the First Amendment & Freedom of Speech by shutting down news outlet which are critical of him. Using plans outlined in ‘Project 2025’ and Martial Law, he could order the FCC to shut down any TV Network which is critical of him or says something he doesn’t like. He could also order his Attorney General to Arrest and Prosecute anyone for no reason at all and that person would have no recourse.

He intends to strip employment protections from tens of thousands of career civil servants, making it easier to replace them if they are deemed obstacles to his agenda. And he plans to scour the intelligence agencies, the State Department and the defense bureaucracies to remove officials not loyal to him. [source: nytimes.com/2023/07/17/us/politics/trump-plans-2025.html]

 

Trump believes he has Presidential Immunity which gives him a right to do anything he wants and not be held accountable

 

Trump’s lawyer’s argued that Presidents are above the law and shouldn’t be criminally prosecuted for ANYTHING, including Assassinating Political Enemies

 

Trump promoted a video featuring an extreme close-up photo of his face in black and white, and audio of him making an obvious threat: “If you f— around with us, if you do something bad to us, we are going to do things to you that have never been done before.”

 

Trump posts disturbing baseball bat photo with Alvin Bragg, threatens ‘death and destruction’

Former President Donald Trump has sparked outrage by sharing images of him holding a baseball bat next Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s head.

March 24, 2023: Trump threatened “death and destruction” if he’s criminally charged in New York — writing the shocking social media warning after posting an image of himself holding a baseball bat next to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s head. Trump shared the image of himself holding a baseball bat — with Bragg’s hands up — on his Truth Social platform Thursday as he devoted his day to attacking the prosecutor for pursuing a case over a “hush money” payout to porn star Stormy Daniels.

 

Trump PROVES he’s a LAWLESS THUG who should be ARRESTED and LOCKED UP for making threats: “If you go after me, I’m coming after you!” & “If you f— around with us, we are going to do things to you that have never been done before & threatening “death and destruction” if he’s criminally charged for his crimes in New York.

This is how MOB BOSSES and CRIMINALS behave and is more PROOF that Trump IS the Most Lawless, Corrupt & Dangerous President in History

 

Trump Threatens NY DA Alvin Bragg in violation of NY state law

Former President Donald Trump threatened New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg, as Bragg investigates and prepares to indict Trump for his earlier New York crimes. Specifically, Trump indicates there will be “death and destruction” if Bragg indicts hims. Then, Trump commits a second crime by posting a picture of himself, holding a baseball bat, mid-swing, next to a picture DA Bragg whose hand is upraised as if in a defensive posture., who

This conduct by Trump violates New York penal law section 195.05, obstructing governmental administration in the second degree: “a person is guilty of obstructing governmental administration in the second degree when that person intentionally . . . attempts to prevent a public servant from performing an official function, by means of intimidation or interference . . . ”

When the NY grand jury reconvenes on Monday, they should be presented this evidence of Trump’s threats and add two additional charges to the indictment of Donald Trump – one for the “death and destruction” post and one for the baseball bat post.

 

 

 

 

 

List of Donald Trump 2024 presidential campaign primary endorsements – Wikipedia

This is a list of notable individuals and organizations which have endorsed Donald Trump to be the Republican Party’s presidential nominee for the 2024 U.S. presidential election. Note: Current executive branch officials (other than the president and vice president) are prohibited from making political campaign endorsements by the Hatch Act.

Per Wikipedia, here’s a list of Trump 2024 presidential campaign primary endorsements.

John Barasso, U.S. Senator from Wyoming (2007–present)[41]
Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Senator from Tennessee (2019–present)[41]
Mike Braun, U.S. Senator from Indiana (2019–present) and Republican candidate for Governor of Indiana in 2024[41]
Katie Britt, U.S. Senator from Alabama (2023–present)[41]
Ted Budd, U.S. Senator from North Carolina (2023–present)[41]
Kevin Cramer, U.S. Senator from North Dakota (2019–present) (previously endorsed Doug Burgum)[41]
Tom Cotton, U.S. Senator from Arkansas (2015–present)[41]
Steve Daines, U.S. Senator from Montana (2015–present)[41]
Lindsey Graham, U.S. Senator from South Carolina (2003–present)[41]
Bill Hagerty, U.S. Senator from Tennessee (2021–present)[41]
Josh Hawley, U.S. Senator from Missouri (2019–present)[41]
John Hoeven, U.S. Senator from North Dakota (2011–present) (previously endorsed Doug Burgum)[41]
Cindy Hyde-Smith, U.S. Senator from Mississippi (2018–present)[41]
Mike Lee, U.S. Senator from Utah (2011–present)[41]
Cynthia Lummis, U.S. Senator from Wyoming (2021–present)[41]
Roger Marshall, U.S. Senator from Kansas (2021–present)[41]
Markwayne Mullin, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma (2023–present)[41]
Jim Risch, U.S. Senator from Idaho (2009–present)[41]
Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator from Florida (2011–present)[41]
Eric Schmitt, U.S. Senator from Missouri (2023–present)[41]
Rick Scott, U.S. Senator from Florida (2019–present)[41]
Tommy Tuberville, U.S. Senator from Alabama (2021–present)[41]
J. D. Vance, U.S. Senator from Ohio (2023–present)[41]
Roger Wicker, U.S. Senator from Mississippi (2007–present)[41]

Former

Bob Smith, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (1990–2003)[42][43]

U.S. Representatives
Speaker of the House Mike Johnson
Majority Leader Steve Scalise
Majority Whip Tom Emmer
Representative Elise Stefanik
Representative Jim Jordan
Representative Byron Donalds
Representative Lauren Boebert
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene
Representative Matt Gaetz
Representative Carlos A. Giménez
Representative Wesley Hunt
Representative Mary Miller
Representative Paul Gosar
Representative Andy Biggs
Representative Jeff Van Drew
Current

Robert Aderholt, U.S. Representative from AL-04 (1997–present)[41]
Mark Alford, U.S. Representative from MO-04 (2023–present)[41]
Jodey Arrington, U.S. Representative from TX-19 (2017–present)[41]
Brian Babin, U.S. Representative from TX-36 (2015–present)[41]
Troy Balderson, U.S. Representative from OH-12 (2018–present)[41]
Jim Banks, U.S. Representative from IN-03 (2017–present) and Republican candidate for U.S. Senator from Indiana in 2024[41]
Andy Barr, U.S. Representative from KY-06 (2013–present)[41]
Cliff Bentz, U.S. Representative from OR-02 (2021–present)[41]
Jack Bergman, U.S. Representative from MI-01 (2017–present)[41]
Andy Biggs, U.S. Representative from AZ-05 (2017–present)[41]
Gus Bilirakis, U.S. Representative from FL-12 (2013–present) and FL-09 (2007–2013)[41]
Dan Bishop, U.S. Representative from NC-08 (2023–present) and NC-09 (2019–2023)[41]
Lauren Boebert, U.S. Representative from CO-03 (2021–present)[41]
Mike Bost, U.S. Representative from IL-12 (2015–present)[41]
Josh Brecheen, U.S. Representative from OK-02 (2023–present)[41]
Vern Buchanan, U.S. Representative from FL-16 (2013–present) and FL-13 (2007–2013)[41]
Michael Burgess, U.S. Representative from TX-26 (2003–present)[41]
Eric Burlison, U.S. Representative from MO-07 (2023–present)[41]
Mike Carey, U.S. Representative from OH-15 (2021–present)[41]
Jerry Carl, U.S. Representative from AL-01 (2021–present)[41]
Buddy Carter, U.S. Representative from GA-01 (2015–present)[41]
John Carter, U.S. Representative from TX-31 (2003–present)[41]
Ben Cline, U.S. Representative from VA-06 (2019–present)[41]
Andrew Clyde, U.S. Representative from GA-09 (2021–present)[41]
Mike Collins, U.S. Representative from GA-10 (2023–present)[41]
Eli Crane, U.S. Representative from AZ-02 (2023–present)[41]
Rick Crawford, U.S. Representative from AK-01 (2011–present)[41]
Monica De La Cruz, U.S. Representative from TX-15 (2023–present)[41]
Byron Donalds, U.S. Representative from FL-19 (2021–present)[41]
Tom Emmer, House Majority Whip (2023–present) and U.S. Representative from MN-06 (2015–present)[41]
Mike Ezell, U.S. Representative from MS-04 (2023–present)[41]
Pat Fallon, U.S. Representative from TX-04 (2021–present)[41]
Brad Finstad, U.S. Representative from MN-01 (2022–present)[41]
Michelle Fischbach, U.S. Representative from MN-07 (2021–present)[41]
Chuck Fleischmann, U.S. Representative from TN-03 (2011–present)[41]
Virginia Foxx, U.S. Representative from NC-05 (2005–present)[41]
Russell Fry, U.S. Representative from SC-07 (2023–present)[41]
Matt Gaetz, U.S. Representative from FL-01 (2017–present)[41]
Carlos Giménez, U.S. Representative from FL-28 (2023–present) and FL-26 (2021–2023)[41]
Tony Gonzales, U.S. Representative from TX-23 (2021–present)[41]
Lance Gooden, U.S. Representative from TX-05 (2019–present)[41]
Paul Gosar, U.S. Representative from AZ-09 (2023–present), AZ-04 (2013–2023), and AZ-01 (2011–2013)[41]
Mark Green, U.S. Representative from TN-07 (2019–present)[41]
Marjorie Taylor Greene, U.S. Representative from GA-14 (2021–present)[41]
Sam Graves, U.S. Representative from MO-06 (2001–present)[41]
Morgan Griffith, U.S. Representative from VA-09 (2011–present)[41]
Michael Guest, U.S. Representative from MS-03 (2019–present)[41]
Harriet Hageman, U.S. Representative from WY-AL (2023–present)[41]
Diana Harshbarger, U.S. Representative from TN-01 (2021–present)[41]
Kevin Hern, U.S. Representative from OK-01 (2018–present)[41]
Clay Higgins, U.S. Representative from LA-03 (2017–present)[41]
Erin Houchin, U.S. Representative from IN-09 (2023–present)[41]
Richard Hudson, U.S. Representative from NC-09 (2023–present) and NC-08 (2013–2023)[41]
Bill Huizenga, U.S. Representative from MI-04 (2023–present) and MI-02 (2011–2023)[41]
Wesley Hunt, U.S. Representative from TX-38 (2023–present)[41]
Darrell Issa, U.S. Representative from CA-48 (2023–present, 2001–2003), CA-50 (2021–2023) and CA-49 (2003–2019)[41]
Ronny Jackson, U.S. Representative from TX-13 (2021–present)[41]
John James, U.S. Representative from MI-10 (2023–present)[41]
Bill Johnson, U.S. Representative from OH-06 (2011–present)[41]
Mike Johnson, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (2023–present) and U.S. Representative from LA-04 (2017–present)[41]
Jim Jordan, U.S. Representative from OH-04 (2007–present)[41]
John Joyce, U.S. Representative from PA-13 (2019–present)[41]
Mike Kelly, U.S. Representative from PA-16 (2019–present) and PA-03 (2011–2019)[41]
Trent Kelly, U.S. Representative from MS-01 (2015–present)[41]
David Kustoff, U.S. Representative from TN-08 (2017–present)[41]
Darin LaHood, U.S. Representative from IL-16 (2023–present) and IL-18 (2015–2023)[41]
Nick Langworthy, U.S. Representative from NY-23 (2023–present)[41]
Debbie Lesko, U.S. Representative from AZ-08 (2018–present)[41]
Julia Letlow, U.S. Representative from LA-05 (2021–present)[41]
Anna Paulina Luna, U.S. Representative from FL-13 (2023–present)[41]
Frank Lucas, U.S. Representative from OK-03 (2003–present) and OK-06 (1994–2003)[41]
Tracey Mann, U.S. Representative from KS-01 (2021–present)[41]
Brian Mast, U.S. Representative from FL-21 (2023–present) and FL-18 (2017–2023)[41]
Lisa McClain, U.S. Representative from MI-09 (2023–present) and MI-10 (2021–2023)[41]
Dan Meuser, U.S. Representative from PA-09 (2019–present)[41]
Carol Miller, U.S. Representative from WV-01 (2023–present) and WV-03 (2019–2023)[41]
Mary Miller, U.S. Representative from IL-15 (2021–present)[41]
Max Miller, U.S. Representative from OH-07 (2023–present)[41]
Cory Mills, U.S. Representative from FL-07 (2023–present)[41]
John Moolenaar, U.S. Representative from MI-02 (2023–present) and MI-04 (2015–2023)[41]
Alex Mooney, U.S. Representative from WV-02 (2015–present) and Republican candidate for U.S. Senator from West Virginia in 2024[41]
Barry Moore, U.S. Representative from AL-02 (2021–present)[41]
Troy Nehls, U.S. Representative from TX-22 (2021–present)[41]
Andy Ogles, U.S. Representative from TN-05 (2023–present)[41]
Burgess Owens, U.S. Representative from UT-04 (2021–present)[41]
Gary Palmer, U.S. Representative from AL-06 (2015–present)[41]
Scott Perry, U.S. Representative from PA-10 (2019–present)[41]
August Pfluger, Keith Self, U.S. Representative from TX-11 (2021–present)[41]
Bill Posey, U.S. Representative from FL-08 (2013–present) and FL-15 (2009–2013)[41]
Guy Reschenthaler, U.S. Representative from PA-14 (2019–present)[41]
Mike Rogers, U.S. Representative from AL-03 (2003–present)[41]
John Rose, U.S. Representative from TN-06 (2019–present)[41]
Matt Rosendale, U.S. Representative from MT-02 (2023–present) and MT-AL (2021–2023)[41]
John Rutherford, U.S. Representative from FL-05 (2023–present) and FL-04 (2017–2023)[41]
Steve Scalise, House Majority Leader (2023–present) and U.S. Representative from LA-01 (2008–present)[41]
Keith Self, U.S. Representative from TX-03 (2023–present)[41]
Pete Sessions, U.S. Representative from TX-17 (2021–present), TX-32 (2003–2019), and TX-05 (1997–2003)[41]
Jason Smith, U.S. Representative from MO-08 (2013–present)[41]
Lloyd Smucker, U.S. Representative from PA-11 (2019–present) and PA-16 (2017–2019)[41]
Elise Stefanik, U.S. Representative from NY-21 (2015–present)[41]
Pete Stauber, U.S. Representative from MN-08 (2019–present)[41]
Greg Steube, U.S. Representative from FL-17 (2019–present)[41]
Dale Strong, U.S. Representative from AL-05 (2023–present)[41]
Claudia Tenney, U.S. Representative from NY-24 (2023–present) and NY-22 (2021–2023, 2017–2019)[41]
William Timmons, U.S. Representative from SC-04 (2019–present)[41]
Mike Turner, U.S. Representative from OH-10 (2013–present) and OH-03 (2003–2013)[41]
Jeff Van Drew, U.S. Representative from NJ-02 (2019–present)[41]
Beth Van Duyne, U.S. Representative from TX-24 (2021–present)[41]
Derrick Van Orden, U.S. Representative from WI-03 (2023–present)[41]
Tim Walberg, U.S. Representative from MI-05 (2023–present) and MI-07 (2007–2009 and 2011–2023)[41]
Michael Waltz, U.S. Representative from FL-06 (2019–present)[41]
Randy Weber, U.S. Representative from TX-14 (2013–present)[41]
Daniel Webster, U.S. Representative from FL-11 (2017–present), FL-10 (2013–2017) and FL-08 (2011–2013)[41]
Roger Williams, U.S. Representative from TX-25 (2013–present)[41]
Joe Wilson, U.S. Representative from SC-02 (2001–present)[41]
Rudy Yakym, U.S. Representative from IN-02 (2023–present)[41]
Ryan Zinke, U.S. Representative from MT-01 (2023–present) and MT-AL (2015–2017) and U.S. Secretary of the Interior (2017–2019)[41]

 

 

 

 

 

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