1. I am praying for the United States of America, shaken by the recent attack on Congress. I pray for those who lost their life. Violence is always self-destructive. I urge everyone to promote a culture of encounter and of care to construct the common good. (By@Pontifex)

 

  1. “We gather today due to a selfish man’s injured pride and the outrage of his supporters whom he has deliberately misinformed for the past two months and stirred to action this very morning. What happened here today was an insurrection, incited by the President.” (By @SenatorRomney)

 

  1. “U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz lied to Americans about widespread voter fraud that never existed,” the Editorial Board writes. “He should resign and deliver Texans from the shame of calling him our senator.” (By @HoustonChron)

 

  1. The best way we can show respect for the voters who are upset is by telling them the truth. That is the burden, and the duty, of leadership. (By @SenatorRomney)

 

  1. Let’s quit playing “what-aboutism.” With children we deal with individual behavior, separately. “But Billy did something bad last week,” is not a valid excuse. So it should be with adults. (By @LYSNation)

 

  1. Politicians that profess that private companies should be allowed to choose which customers they will serve (see: bakeries and wedding cakes) are upset that private companies are choosing which customers they will serve (see: social media and purveyors of sedition and insurrection). (By @LYSNation)

 

  1. Imagine 9/11, only no press conferences explaining what happened or what was ongoing, and a third of Congress expressing sympathy with Al Qaida and urging us to forget the attack in the name of unity. (By @smotus)

 

  1. The arsonist who is surprised that the whole building burned down, doesn’t change the fact that he started the fire. (By @LYSNation)

 

  1. Terrorist attack against U.S. Congress has been incited by the President of the United States. (By @BeschlossDC)

 

  1. Never ever again try to tell me that only policy, not character matters in our political leaders. Ever. (By @TheAlanNoble)

God Bless The United States of America and Those Who Place Country Over Party

 

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