Thursday, December 23, 2021

My last freakout of the year

 I have one last freakout about the state of the country in me for this year. This is it.

America is facing rising fascism. It is insidious, stealthy and growing. First let's define Fascism by the textbook definition. Mirriam-Webster defines it as well as anyone:

Yeah, that sounds about right. Given this definition, Trump and his followers are definitely following the fascist playbook. In removing as many voting rights as possible, the Republican party is a willing participant. 

On January 6th, protesters actually tried to stop an election - based on a lie. They stormed the capital and, although some have been prosecuted or charged, none of the major instigators - from John Eastman to President Trump - have been charged. Or apparently even investigated.

Based on the Big Lie (which most legislators acknowledge isn't true) 8 Senators and 139 Representatives voted not to certify a public and clean election. The full list is after the jump.

As for me. Well I listed what would make me get the fuck out of Dodge. I have updated the list, and find I should get out EXCEPT that Trump is no longer in power. I figured it is best to wait out the Supreme Court decisions (June 22) and the midterms in 22. Let me just say though, it's hanging by a thread!

My list (and status), also after the jump

Status on GTFOOD

So, in reality, these are the triggers I see that would make me want to get the fuck out of Dodge.

1. Right to Marriage is overturned via Supreme Court

If the right to Abortion is overturned (as looks likely) the basis of the right to gay marriage, that is the right to privacy, is no longer the law of the land. The Justices say this is “settled law”, the same way they spoke of the Right to Abortion.

2. Serious talk of "postponing the next election" occurs and / or legislation is introduced (my guess is this would occur - IF it occurs - due to a terrorist attack and we should "all come together).

 SOMETHING WORSE HAPPENED. The last election showed how close the Republicans are to a coup. Legislation has been passed allowing Arizona, Georgia, and Florida to overturn a Presidential election results in order to submit their own list electors. Georgia has replaced the County Board of Elections in 6 majority black counties and thus removed Black Democrats and Replaced them with White Republicans. This was only allowed by a new law passed this year (by State Republicans) in response to “fraud” in Georgia elections that allowed Joe Biden to win.

These are general warning signs and hitting a majority of these would tend to have me thinking of leaving:

1. Right to discriminate laws are passed and upheld by the Supreme Court

DONE. The right to discriminate by churches, outside of legal precedent, has been upheld by the Supreme Court.

2. Any registry of Muslims is started up and advertised as a positive

Sill good here.

3. Newspapers are successfully shut down for negative press coverage

MIXED BAG HERE. No newspapers were shut down, but media has been demonized and accused of lying by Republican Establishment. Lawsuits against Fox News and other right-wing media have upheld their misinformation as “opinion pieces”. Only 30% of Republicans now trust the media.

There you go. That is my list of triggers per last night's discussion.


List of Senators and Representatives that voted to NOT CERTIFY a free and fair election. Over 50 lawsuits were deemed to have no basis in fact by Justices appointed by Bush, Bush II, Clinton, Obama and Trump.

Supported objection 147 Members

Sen. Ted Cruz TX

Cruz led a letter with 10 other Republican senators and senators-elect who said they will reject electors from certain states won by Biden, citing unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud and calling for an emergency 10-day audit of the results. Read more »

Sen. Josh Hawley MO

Hawley announced Wednesday that he will object next week when Congress convenes to certify the electoral college vote before Biden’s victory is cemented Read more »


Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith MS

Hyde-Smith backed objections of Arizona and Pennsylvania's vote counts. Read more »


Sen. John Neely Kennedy LA

Kennedy objected to the Arizona count, but not Pennsylvania. He previously joined a letter with 10 other Republican senators and senators-elect who said they will reject electors from certain states won by Biden, citing unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud and calling for an emergency 10-day audit of the results. Read more »

Sen. Cynthia Lummis WY

Lummis, who previously said she planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »

Sen. Roger Marshall KS

Marshall joined a letter with 10 other Republican senators and senators-elect who said they will reject electors from certain states won by Biden, citing unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud and calling for an emergency 10-day audit of the results. He won the Senate seat in November. Read more »

Sen. Rick Scott FL

Scott, who previously said he planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.

Sen. Tommy Tuberville AL

Tuberville joined a letter with 10 other Republican senators and senators-elect who said they will reject electors from certain states won by Biden, citing...

Rep. Robert B. Aderholt AL

Rep. Rick Allen GA

Rep. Jodey Arrington TX

Rep. Brian Babin TX

Rep. Jim Baird IN

Rep. Jim Banks IN

Rep. Cliff Bentz OR

Bentz objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Jack Bergman MI

Rep. Stephanie Bice OK

Rep. Andy Biggs AZ

Rep. Dan Bishop NC

Rep. Lauren Boebert CO

Rep. Mike Bost IL

Rep. Mo Brooks AL

Rep. Ted Budd NC

Rep. Tim Burchett TN

Rep. Michael C. Burgess TX

Rep. Ken Calvert CA

Rep. Kat Cammack FL

Rep. Jerry Carl AL

"I need to have some answers. The people of my district have to have answers,” Carl said on an Alabama-based radio show. Read more »


Rep. Earl L. "Buddy" Carter GA

Rep. John Carter TX

Rep. Madison Cawthorn NC

Rep. Steve Chabot OH

Chabot objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Ben Cline VA

Rep. Michael Cloud TX

Rep. Andrew Clyde GA

Rep. Tom Cole OK

Rep. Eric A. "Rick" Crawford AR

Rep. Warren Davidson OH

Rep. Scott DesJarlais TN

Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart FL

Rep. Byron Donalds FL

Rep. Jeff Duncan SC

Rep. Neal Dunn FL

Rep. Ron Estes KS

Rep. Pat Fallon TX

Rep. Michelle Fischbach MN

Rep. Scott Fitzgerald WI

Rep. Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann TN

Rep. Virginia Foxx NC

Foxx objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Scott Franklin FL

Rep. Russ Fulcher ID

Rep. Matt Gaetz FL

Rep. Mike Garcia CA

Rep. Bob Gibbs OH

Rep. Carlos Gimenez FL

Rep. Louie Gohmert TX

Rep. Bob Good VA

"I'm going to fight with the others in Congress who are going to challenge this. We're going to keep fighting until every legal vote is counted and only legal votes are counted." Read more »


Rep. Lance Gooden TX

Rep. Paul A. Gosar AZ

Rep. Garret Graves LA

Graves objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Sam Graves MO

Rep. Mark Green TN

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene GA

Rep. H. Morgan Griffith VA

Rep. Michael Guest MS

Rep. Jim Hagedorn MN

Rep. Andy Harris MD

Rep. Diana Harshbarger TN

Rep. Vicky Hartzler MO

Rep. Kevin Hern OK

Rep. Yvette Herrell NM

Rep. Jody Hice GA

Rep. Clay Higgins LA

Rep. Richard Hudson NC

Rep. Darrell Issa CA

Rep. Ronny Jackson TX

Rep. Chris Jacobs NY

Rep. Mike Johnson LA

Rep. Bill Johnson OH

Rep. Jim Jordan OH

Rep. John Joyce PA

Rep. Fred Keller PA

Keller objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Trent Kelly MS

Rep. Mike Kelly PA

Rep. David Kustoff TN

Kustoff objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Doug LaMalfa CA

Rep. Doug Lamborn CO

Rep. Jake LaTurner KS

Rep. Debbie Lesko AZ

Rep. Billy Long MO

Rep. Barry Loudermilk GA

Rep. Frank D. Lucas OK

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer MO

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis NY

Rep. Tracey Mann KS

Rep. Brian Mast FL

Rep. Kevin McCarthy CA

Rep. Lisa McClain MI

Rep. Dan Meuser PA

Meuser objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Mary Miller IL

Rep. Carol Miller WV

Rep. Alex Mooney WV

Mooney objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Barry Moore AL

Rep. Markwayne Mullin OK

Rep. Gregory Murphy NC

Murphy objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Troy Nehls TX

Rep. Ralph Norman SC

Rep. Devin Nunes CA

Rep. Jay Obernolte CA

Rep. Burgess Owens UT

Owens objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona Read more »


Rep. Steven M. Palazzo MS

Rep. Gary Palmer AL

Rep. Greg Pence IN

Pence objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Scott Perry PA

Rep. August Pfluger TX

Rep. Bill Posey FL

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler PA

Rep. Tom Rice SC

Rep. Mike D. Rogers AL

Rep. Harold Rogers KY

Rep. John Rose TN

Rep. Matt Rosendale MT

Rep. David Rouzer NC

Rep. John Rutherford FL

Rep. Steve Scalise LA

Rep. David Schweikert AZ

Schweikert objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Pete Sessions TX

Rep. Jason T. Smith MO

Rep. Adrian Smith NE

Rep. Lloyd Smucker PA

Smucker objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Elise Stefanik NY

Stefanik objected to the Pennsylvannia count, but not Airzona. She tweeted on Jan. 4: “I am committed to restoring the faith of the American people in our elections - that they are free, fair, secure, and according to the United States Constitution.” Read more »


Rep. Greg Steube FL

Rep. Chris Stewart UT

Stewart objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. He previously tweeted, "Until we have resolved the issues surrounding voting irregularities, ballot integrity and security, and the implementation of state election laws, I can not, in good conscience, uphold the oath I took to protect and defend our constitution by voting to certify the election." Read more »


Rep. Glenn Thompson PA

Thompson objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Tom Tiffany WI

Rep. William Timmons SC

Rep. Jeff Van Drew NJ

Rep. Beth Van Duyne TX

Van Duyne objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona.


Rep. Tim Walberg MI

Rep. Jackie Walorski IN

Rep. Randy Weber TX

Rep. Daniel Webster FL

Rep. Roger Williams TX

Rep. Joe Wilson SC

Rep. Rob Wittman VA

Wittman objected to the Pennsylvania count, but not Arizona. Read more »


Rep. Ron Wright TX

Rep. Lee Zeldin NY

Sen. Marsha Blackburn TN

Blackburn, who previously said she planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, did not do so on the Arizona or Pennsylvania objection. Read more »


Sen. Mike Braun IN

Braun, who previously said he planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, did not do so on the Arizona or Pennsylvania objection. Read more »


Sen. Steve Daines MT

After protestors stormed the Capitol, Daines reversed his intention to reject electors from certain states won by Biden. "We will not let today's violence deter Congress from certifying the election," Daines said in a statement. Read more »


Sen. Bill Hagerty TN

Hagerty, who previously said he planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, did not do so on the Arizona or Pennsylvania objection. Read more »


Sen. Ron Johnson WI

Johnson who previously said he planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, did not do so on the Arizona or Pennsylvania objection. Read more »


Sen. James Lankford OK

Lankford, who previously said he planned to object to the counting of some electoral votes, did not do so on the Arizona or Pennsylvania objection. Read more »


Sen. Kelly Loeffler GA

Loeffler rescinded her objection to the certification of electors after protestors interrupted debate, saying "the events that have transpired today have forced me to reconsider, and I cannot now in good conscience object to the certification of these electors."


Sen. John Barrasso WY

“My loyalty is to the Constitution and to the people of Wyoming," Barrasso said in statement. "Allowing certified electoral votes to be counted is my sworn duty. It is also consistent with the Constitutional authority of each state to certify their electors for president." Read more »


Sen. Roy Blunt MO

Blunt called Biden the "president-elect" after the electoral college vote. “We’ve now gone through the constitutional process and the electors have voted, so there’s a president-elect,” the Missouri senator said. Read more »


Sen. John Boozman AR

"Not one of the lawsuits filed found evidence of widespread fraud or irregularities that would have changed the outcome of the election. Similarly, not a single state's outcome changed as a result of requested recounts. Objecting to certified electoral votes submitted by the states will have no impact on the result of the election either," Boozman said in a Jan. 5 statement. "We cannot erode the ideals that generations of Americans have fought to protect simply because we do not like the outcome of the election."


Sen. Richard Burr NC

Burr said “no” on Friday when Politico asked if he would join Hawley's effort to object to Biden's election. Read more »


Sen. Shelley Moore Capito WV

“Several of my congressional colleagues have made clear their plans to object to counting certified electoral votes from certain states. I will oppose their effort because the will of voters in each state—not political considerations or the individual preferences of senators and representatives—must determine the winner of the presidential election." Read more »


Sen. Bill Cassidy LA

Cassidy joined a bipartisan group of 10 senators in a statement reasserting Biden's victory. “The 2020 election is over. All challenges through recounts and appeals have been exhausted. At this point, further attempts to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the 2020 Presidential election are contrary to the clearly expressed will of the American people and only serve to undermine Americans’ confidence in the already determined election results. The voters have spoken, and Congress must now fulfill its responsibility to certify the election results. In two weeks, we will begin working with our colleagues and the new Administration on bipartisan, common sense solutions to the enormous challenges facing our country. It is time to move forward.” Read more »


Sen. Susan Collins ME

"It's not an effort that I'm going to support. And right now, I'm going to go get sworn in to my fifth term, making history as the first Republican woman senator ever to be elected to a fifth term, and making Maine history by being the first Maine senator since popular election to be elected to a fifth term. So I'm gonna enjoy that for a bit first."


Sen. John Cornyn TX

“There’s good constitutional and other legal grounds to say: You had your day in court, 60 different lawsuits in state courts, you had a chance to appeal those to the Supreme Court, and as I read the law once a state certifies its electoral vote it's conclusive," Cornyn told Politico on Jan. 1. Read more »


Sen. Tom Cotton AR

Cotton said in a Jan. 3 statement he supports a commission to study the 2020 election, but not congressional attempts to overturn electoral college results. "The Founders entrusted our elections chiefly to the states — not Congress. They entrusted the election of our president to the people, acting through the Electoral College — not Congress. And they entrusted the adjudication of election disputes to the courts — not Congress. ... Thus, I will not oppose the counting of certified electoral college votes on January 6." Read more »


Sen. Kevin Cramer ND

"In light of these concerns, I will not object to the Electoral College votes when they are counted, and – unless overwhelmingly persuasive evidence is presented before the Senate when we debate the objections – I will not vote to reject the results." Read more »


Sen. Mike Crapo ID

Sen. Joni Ernst IA

Sen. Deb Fischer NE

In a Dec. 4 letter to a constituent shared with The Post, Fischer said, "I look forward to working with President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to keep our nation safe, update our infrastructure, and provide opportunities to families." Fischer recently said she was not impressed by Trump’s conspiracy theories. “He can say whatever he wants. ... If I was bothered by everything that everyone around here says, I couldn’t come back.”


Sen. Lindsey O. Graham SC

"Proposing a commission at this late date – which has zero chance of becoming reality – is not effectively fighting for President Trump," Graham tweeted Jan. 3. "It appears to be more of a political dodge than an effective remedy. I do look forward to hearing from and will listen closely to the objections of my colleagues in challenging the results of this election. They will need to provide proof of the charges they are making."


Sen. Charles E. Grassley IA

"Sen. Grassley has no plans to object to the electoral college vote," a representative from Grassley's team told KCCI, a Des Moines TV news outlet. "I’m going to listen to that debate on what my colleagues have to say," Grassley said on a call with reporters, according to the Des Moines Register, "and decide how to cast my vote after considering the information before me." Read more »


Sen. John Hoeven ND

“The people of North Dakota do not want Congress to determine their vote, and we should not set the precedent by doing it for other states. Therefore, I do not plan to object,” Hoeven said in a Jan. 4 statement. Read more »


Sen. James M. Inhofe OK

"My job on Wednesday is clear, and there are only two things I am permitted to do under the Constitution: ensure the electors are properly certified and count the electoral votes, even when I disagree with the outcome. To challenge a state's certification, given how specific the Constitution is, would be a violation of my oath of office -- that is not something I am willing to do and is not something Oklahomans would want me to do," Inhofe wrote in a statement.


Sen. Mike Lee UT

In a letter to senators, Lee wrote, "with respect to presidential elections, there is no authority for Congress to make value judgments in the abstract regarding any state’s election laws or the manner in which they have been implemented."


Sen. Mitch McConnell KY

“Many of us hoped that the presidential election would yield a different result, but our system of government has processes to determine who will be sworn in on Jan. 20. The electoral college has spoken,” McConnell said. “So today, I want to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden. The president-elect is no stranger to the Senate. He’s devoted himself to public service for many years.” In a conference-wide phone call in mid-December, McConnell and other GOP leaders urged Senate Republicans not to join a long-shot effort led by conservatives in the House to challenge the electoral college results when Congress formally tabulates the vote Jan. 6. Read more »


Sen. Jerry Moran KS

“I am a conservative Republican. Therefore, I must strictly adhere to the United States Constitution. The Constitution clearly limits the role of Congress with respect to presidential elections to the counting of electoral votes that have been certified by the states. The states, consistent with the principles of federalism and a limited national government, possess the sole authority to determine and submit their electors,” Moran said, according to the Kansas City Star. “To vote to reject these state-certified electoral votes would be to act outside the bounds of the Constitution, which I will not do.” Read more »


Sen. Lisa Murkowski AK

"I swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States and that is what I will do January 6 — just as I strive to do every day as I serve the people of Alaska. I will vote to affirm the 2020 presidential election," Murkowski said in a statement. "The courts and state legislatures have all honored their duty to hear legal allegations and have found nothing to warrant overturning the results. I urge my colleagues from both parties to recognize this and to join me in maintaining confidence in the Electoral College and our elections so that we ensure we have the continued trust of the American people." Read more »


Sen. Rand Paul KY

"The vote today is not a protest; the vote today is literally to overturn the election! Voting to overturn state-certified elections would be the opposite of what states’ rights Republicans have always advocated for," Paul tweeted after a mob stormed the Capitol. Read more »


Sen. Rob Portman OH

"The orderly transfer of power is a hallmark of our democracy, and although I supported President Trump, the Electoral College vote today makes clear that Joe Biden is now President-Elect." Read more »


Sen. James E. Risch ID

Sen. Mitt Romney UT

Romney joined a bipartisan group of 10 senators in a statement that reasserted Biden’s victory. “The 2020 election is over. All challenges through recounts and appeals have been exhausted. At this point, further attempts to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the 2020 Presidential election are contrary to the clearly expressed will of the American people and only serve to undermine Americans’ confidence in the already determined election results. The voters have spoken, and Congress must now fulfill its responsibility to certify the election results. In two weeks, we will begin working with our colleagues and the new Administration on bipartisan, common sense solutions to the enormous challenges facing our country. It is time to move forward.”


Sen. Mike Rounds SD

“Vice President Biden is the president-elect based on the electoral count,” Rounds told Politico. Read more »


Sen. Marco Rubio FL

Sen. Ben Sasse NE

"We have a bunch of ambitious politicians who think there’s a quick way to tap into the president’s populist base without doing any real, long-term damage," Sasse said in a Dec. 30 Facebook post. "But they’re wrong – and this issue is bigger than anyone’s personal ambitions. Adults don’t point a loaded gun at the heart of legitimate self-government." Read more »


Sen. Tim Scott SC

"As I read the Constitution, there is no constitutionally viable means for the Congress to overturn an election wherein the states have certified and sent their Electors," Scott said in a Jan. 5 statement. "Some of my colleagues believe they have found a path, and while our opinions differ, I do not doubt their good intentions to take steps towards stamping out voter fraud. Importantly, I disagree with their method both in principle and in practice. For their theory to work, Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats would have to elect Donald Trump president rather than Joe Biden. That it is not going to happen, not today or any other day."


Sen. Richard C. Shelby AL

Shelby said he would oppose the effort to question the tally. "At the end of the day, it's time to move on. We need the electoral college to do its work," he said. "It's an integral part of our constitution."


Sen. Dan Sullivan AK

Sen. John Thune SD

“It’s going down like a shot dog,” Thune said on Dec. 21 of a possible electoral college challenge. Thune has indicated that he will vote to certify Biden’s win, drawing a rebuke from Trump, who called for South Dakota Gov. Kristi L. Noem (R) to run against him in a primary. She has said she will not challenge him. Read more »


Sen. Thom Tillis NC

“The Framers of our Constitution made it clear that the power to certify elections is reserved to the states, not Congress," Tillis said in a Jan. 6 statement.


Sen. Patrick J. Toomey PA

“I intend to vigorously defend our form of government by opposing this effort to disenfranchise millions of voters in my state and others,” Toomey said. Read more »


Sen. Roger Wicker MS

Wicker said he would vote to certify the results Wednesday: "I think the overwhelming weight of the evidence is that Joe Biden defeated my candidate, Donald Trump, and I have to live with it."


Sen. Todd C. Young IN

"I think it’s a hijack effort,” Young told protesters outside the Capitol, saying he would not join Sen. Ted Cruz in objecting. “I took an oath under God.”

Elected members fof the United States House of Representatives

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers WA

“What we have seen today is unlawful and unacceptable. I have decided I will vote to uphold the Electoral College results and I encourage Donald Trump to condemn and put an end to this madness.” Read more »


Rep. Michael Waltz FL

“Earlier today I planed to object to some of the electors of states because I truly believed there were constitutional issues regarding states and courts changing election laws shortly before Election Day,” Waltz said. “However, with today’s despicable display of violence and intimidation on Capitol Hill we must move on to ensure a peaceful transfer of power and certify the presidential election.” Read more »


Rep. Mark Amodei NV

Rep. Kelly Armstrong ND

Rep. Don Bacon NE

Rep. Troy Balderson OH

Balderson said in a statement on Jan. 6: "For as much as I had hoped that Donald Trump would continue as President for the next four years, I cannot take a vote that will set a precedent with long-term ramifications that tear the fabric of our Republic." Read more »


Rep. Garland "Andy" Barr KY

Rep. Vern Buchanan FL

Rep. Ken Buck CO

Rep. Larry Bucshon IN

Rep. Liz Cheney WY

Rep. James Comer KY

Rep. Dan Crenshaw TX

Rep. John Curtis UT

Rep. Rodney Davis IL

Rep. Tom Emmer MN

Rep. Randy Feenstra IA

Rep. Drew Ferguson GA

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick PA

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry NE

Rep. Mike Gallagher WI

Rep. Andrew Garbarino NY

Rep. Tony Gonzales TX

Rep. Anthony Gonzalez OH

Rep. Glenn Grothman WI

Rep. Brett Guthrie KY

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler WA

Rep. French Hill AR

Rep. Ashley Hinson IA

Rep. Trey Hollingsworth IN

Rep. Bill Huizenga MI

Rep. Dusty Johnson SD

Rep. David Joyce OH

Rep. John Katko NY

Rep. Young Kim CA

Rep. Adam Kinzinger IL

Rep. Darin LaHood IL

Rep. Robert E. Latta OH

Rep. Nancy Mace SC

Rep. Thomas Massie KY

Rep. Michael McCaul TX

Rep. Tom McClintock CA

Rep. Patrick T. McHenry NC

Rep. David B. McKinley WV

Rep. Peter Meijer MI

Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks IA

Rep. John Moolenaar MI

Rep. Blake Moore UT

Rep. Dan Newhouse WA

Rep. Tom Reed NY

Rep. Chip Roy TX

Rep. Austin Scott GA

Rep. Mike Simpson ID

Rep. Christopher H. Smith NJ

Rep. Victoria Spartz IN

Rep. Pete Stauber MN

Rep. Bryan Steil WI

Rep. Steve Stivers OH

Rep. Van Taylor TX

Rep. Michael R. Turner OH

Rep. Fred Upton MI

Rep. Ann Wagner MO

Rep. Brad Wenstrup OH

Rep. Bruce Westerman AR

Rep. Steve Womack AR

Rep. Don Young AK

Sen. Angus King ME

Sen. Bernie Sanders VT

Sen. Tammy Baldwin WI

Sen. Michael F. Bennet CO

Sen. Richard Blumenthal CT

Sen. Cory Booker NJ

Sen. Sherrod Brown OH

Sen. Maria Cantwell WA

Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin MD

Sen. Thomas R. Carper DE

Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr. PA

Sen. Christopher A. Coons DE

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto NV

Sen. Tammy Duckworth IL

Sen. Richard J. Durbin IL

Sen. Dianne Feinstein CA

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand NY

Sen. Kamala D. Harris CA

Sen. Margaret Wood Hassan NH

Sen. Martin Heinrich NM

Sen. John Hickenlooper CO

Sen. Mazie Hirono HI

Sen. Tim Kaine VA

Sen. Mark Kelly AZ

Sen. Amy Klobuchar MN

Sen. Patrick J. Leahy VT

Sen. Ben Ray Luján NM

Sen. Joe Manchin III WV

Sen. Edward J. Markey MA

Sen. Robert Menendez NJ

Sen. Jeff Merkley OR

Sen. Chris Murphy CT

Sen. Patty Murray WA

Sen. Gary Peters MI

Sen. Jack Reed RI

Sen. Jacky Rosen NV

Sen. Brian Schatz HI

Sen. Charles E. Schumer NY

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen NH

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema AZ

Sen. Tina Smith MN

Sen. Debbie Stabenow MI

Sen. Jon Tester MT

Sen. Chris Van Hollen MD

Sen. Mark R. Warner VA

Sen. Elizabeth Warren MA

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse RI

Sen. Ron Wyden OR

Rep. Alma Adams NC

Rep. Pete Aguilar CA

Rep. Colin Allred TX

Rep. Jake Auchincloss MA

Rep. Cindy Axne IA

Rep. Nanette Barragán CA

Rep. Karen Bass CA

Rep. Joyce Beatty OH

Rep. Ami Bera CA

Rep. Don Beyer VA

Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr. GA

Rep. Earl Blumenauer OR

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester DE

Rep. Suzanne Bonamici OR

Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux GA

Rep. Jamaal Bowman NY

Rep. Brendan Boyle PA

Rep. Anthony G. Brown MD

Rep. Julia Brownley CA

Rep. Cori Bush MO

Rep. Cheri Bustos IL

Rep. G.K. Butterfield NC

Rep. Salud Carbajal CA

Rep. Tony Cárdenas CA

Rep. André Carson IN

Rep. Matthew Cartwright PA

Rep. Ed Case HI

Rep. Sean Casten IL

Rep. Kathy Castor FL

Rep. Joaquin Castro TX

Rep. Judy Chu CA

Rep. David N. Cicilline RI

Rep. Katherine M. Clark MA

Rep. Yvette D. Clarke NY

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II MO

Rep. James E. Clyburn SC

Rep. Steve Cohen TN

Rep. Gerald E. Connolly VA

Rep. Jim Cooper TN

Rep. J. Luis Correa CA

Rep. Jim Costa CA

Rep. Joe Courtney CT

Rep. Angie Craig MN

Rep. Charlie Crist FL

Rep. Jason Crow CO

Rep. Henry Cuellar TX

Rep. Sharice Davids KS

Rep. Susan A. Davis CA

Rep. Danny K. Davis IL

Rep. Madeleine Dean PA

Rep. Peter A. DeFazio OR

Rep. Diana DeGette CO

Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro CT

Rep. Suzan DelBene WA

Rep. Antonio Delgado NY

Rep. Val Demings FL

Rep. Mark DeSaulnier CA

Rep. Theodore E. Deutch FL

Rep. Debbie Dingell MI

Rep. Lloyd Doggett TX

Rep. Mike Doyle PA

Rep. Veronica Escobar TX

Rep. Anna G. Eshoo CA

Rep. Adriano Espaillat NY

Rep. Dwight Evans PA

Rep. Lizzie Fletcher TX

Rep. Bill Foster IL

Rep. Lois Frankel FL

Rep. Marcia L. Fudge OH

Rep. Ruben Gallego AZ

Rep. John Garamendi CA

Rep. Jesús "Chuy" Garcia IL

Rep. Sylvia Garcia TX

Rep. Jared Golden ME

Rep. Jimmy Gomez CA

Rep. Vicente Gonzalez TX

Rep. Josh Gottheimer NJ

Rep. Al Green TX

Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva AZ

Rep. Debra Haaland NM

Rep. Josh Harder CA

Rep. Jahana Hayes CT

Rep. Brian Higgins NY

Rep. Jim Himes CT

Rep. Steven Horsford NV

Rep. Chrissy Houlahan PA

Rep. Steny H. Hoyer MD

Rep. Jared Huffman CA

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee TX

Rep. Pramila Jayapal WA

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries NY

Rep. Hank Johnson GA

Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson TX

Rep. Mondaire Jones NY

Rep. Kai Kahele HI

Rep. Marcy Kaptur OH

Rep. William R. Keating MA

Rep. Robin L. Kelly IL

Rep. Ro Khanna CA

Rep. Daniel Kildee MI

Rep. Derek Kilmer WA

Rep. Andy Kim NJ

Rep. Ron Kind WI

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick AZ

Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi IL

Rep. Ann Kuster NH

Rep. Conor Lamb PA

Rep. Jim Langevin RI

Rep. Rick Larsen WA

Rep. John B. Larson CT

Rep. Brenda Lawrence MI

Rep. Al Lawson FL

Rep. Barbara Lee CA

Rep. Susie Lee NV

Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez NM

Rep. Mike Levin CA

Rep. Andy Levin MI

Rep. Ted Lieu CA

Rep. Zoe Lofgren CA

Rep. Alan Lowenthal CA

Rep. Elaine Luria VA

Rep. Stephen F. Lynch MA

Rep. Tom Malinowski NJ

Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney NY

Rep. Sean Maloney NY

Rep. Kathy Manning NC

Rep. Doris Matsui CA

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