Today's Republican party is afraid of history.
Turning back the clock to the coup attempt on Jan. 6 is the last thing right-wing Trumpists want to see happen. The truth hurts.
History is not a strong point for the cult of Trump. Starting with their beloved leader, most Republicans have either forgotten history lessons learned in school, or they somehow skipped that part of their education.
To avoid accounting for the coup attempt on the Capitol, right-wing lawmakers are trying to reinvent history by whatever means possible.
But the attack against our democracy doesn't just stop there; whataboutism and outright lies are dished out like a moveable feast to the faithful.
In the last few weeks revelations about how Trump tried to cling to office by using his minions to overturn the election results have been pouring in.
As the evidence continues to unfold, right-wingers are becoming increasingly desperate to sell the Big Lie and cover Trump's treasonous tracks.
The right-wing spin machine is doing it's best to divert attention away from the coup attempt by throwing out shiny objects to draw attention away from the ongoing Jan. 6 investigations in Congress.
--Trump's sycophant's are busy trying to conduct fake audits in states where Biden won.
--Ignoring science, Trump cult followers are fighting the vaccines meant to save this country from more deaths and infections.
Homeland Security is warning people of potential conspiracy-fueled violence this month. That's because GOP extremists are openly plotting on the internet to overthrow our duly elected president.
It's hard to say what these treasonous cult followers will do next to disrupt the nation. Nothing is off the table for Trump and the fools who are enabling him.
Whatever new tactic is employed the result will be the same; truth and justice will prevail because the majority of Americans demand it.