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116th Congress began with a prayer.
The first day of the 116th Congress ended with profanity.
It is 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo., an ordained Methodist minister from the St. James United Methodist Church in Kansas City, climbed the dais in the house chamber of Commerce, the legislators in the call.
“In unbridled optimism, I offer this prayer,” said Cleaver.
Cleaver spoke of “great challenges of this day, full of tribalism at home and turmoil abroad.” He asked to raise the house, “as a legislature, on political egoism,” and “try to be the architect of a friendly nation.”
“We dedicate ourselves to the healing of open wounds in a country where there is much too much distrust of those who are different,” said cleaver.
The house had not even sworn in freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., in the time of Cleaver’s intersession. But at nightfall, Tlaib prisoners more headlines than fellow freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY
Tlaib, the President of the United States is a “m—– f—called–.”
Tlaib, the expletive-laced Tirade, presented to house Republicans a Chance on a plate.
“Is this the behavior that we are going with this new majority party in Congress?”, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif asked. “We have a new speaker, nothing (Tlaib) observed say. Someone should stand up to her. She is the speaker.”
A few minutes later, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., at the top of the White house for a meeting with President Trump on the government shutdown.
“Do you want to talk Tlaib about your language,” yours truly, asked Pelosi, as you are on the way to a Capitol leave.
“I’m going to the President about his language,” said Pelosi.
Most of the Democrats were Amen, except on Tlaib the vulgar leg. But members of Congress have long vaccinations President of the Trump catalogued the crude discourse, ad hominem attacks and dam.
“Look, what we have heard of him for years,” said a Democrat who asked not to be identified, when speaking about the President. “He has set the standard. Of course, you’re going to hear how the talking from now on, everyone.”
“I think that you also have seen yesterday and over the last 24 hours, in particular, a real ramp-up in rhetoric. To call names. The kind of politicization and partisanship the American people are sick and tired,” said the house Republican conference-Chairman Liz Cheney, R-Wy. Cheney accused Democrats, unleashing a “level of vitriol.”
Some recalled that Cheney’s father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, vicious, sen. Pat Leahy, D said Vt., to “go f&$ self”, during a 2004 visit to the Senate.
The Former Speaker Of The House Of Representatives Paul Ryan, R-Wis., Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif caned., for the assumption that the left-wing protesters harass Trump government representatives in restaurants and shops.
The Republicans are trying to have it both ways? Tlaib to call the obscenity and the proposals of the water, while many GOPers remarks by President Trump to ignore it?
“I don’t think so”, replied Cheney.
The Republicans relish a side-show like this. It takes away from the partial government shutdown and directs the attention to an as yet undetermined Democratic House majority.
Many have already Ocasio-Cortez. It presents an unvarnished liberalism. A push for a “green new deal” and higher taxes. All politics is local. This can work, in the Bronx, and the other left-wing bastions. But the public has a lot of knowledge about moderate freshmen Democrats won in November?
Have you heard of repetitions. Joe Cunningham, D-S. C., Ben McAdams, D-Utah, or Jared Golden, D-Maine? They all secured the hard-fought victories in contested districts.
But you can bet that, if it is part of have to newbies, the people, Ocasio-Cortez, and now Tlaib Your policy can castles resonate in Democratic. But the casual observer can recognize that the whole of the democratic freshman class is full of socialists of nothing but borderline, and those that curse the President.
This realization might scare some swing voters, and does little for the Democrats, and tried a national brand, not city-centric.
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, asked Mr. Trump to lead the character in a Washington Post op-ed. Sen Rand Paul, R-Ken., shot back that Romney portrayed himself as “holier than thou.” Paul suggested senators watch your language. But the Kentucky Republican on questions of the President, the attacks on others.
“I do not believe that the President deserves to have a new senator in the next, an attack on his character,” Paul said.
As speaker Pelosi struggled with the discipline of members for unrestrained remarks – also the counter-party.
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S. C., hectored President Obama during a speech to a Joint session of Congress in September 2009, shouted: “you lie!” House rules bar lawmakers from personal attacks, or impugning the motives of the President during a House session. The house did not vote, reprimand, or rebuke Wilson for his outburst. Pelosi against an official sanction. House majority whip Jim Clyburn, D-S. C., instead, a less formal “resolution” to discipline a rejection of” secured, his Palmetto State colleague.
Emanuel Cleaver was visibly prayer Tlaib upset the broadside against the President, especially given his opening.
“There is a fear among some that we need to accuse us, the President. In the night of my re-election, “I said,” I’m not going back to Washington, for the prosecution, but for improvement,” a settlement. “Obviously, there are some that see things differently.”
That is, Cleaver observed that Mr Trump has its own harsh rhetoric “a new kind of climate.” He added that, if the Congress is to “cure the open wounds to infect the entire country”, he spoke on the opening day of the legislature to “rise above.”
“This makes the wound dirty and increases the probability of contagion,” said Cleaver of Tlaib the comments. “This young man, think of just elected maybe, that’s okay.”
On Friday, house Democrats, the legislation rolled out their first major piece for the new Congress: H. R. 1. It is a bill to improve the transparency of state administration. The legislation is H. R. 1 numbered, because Democrats view it as one of the most important. The majority party always gets the first ten of the numbered bills in Congress. So a code would help observers to track the priorities of a party.
If it were up to Pelosi, they had the numbers to assign 100,000 to each indictment, and cooked by the rank-and-file Democrats.
But Pelosi was here. Many Democrats pushed to accuse President George W. Bush over Iraq as the Democrats in the house won in 2006 and knocked Pelosi as a Speaker for the first time. The California Democrat raised a revolt. But can throw Pelosi under a similar uprising now?
It is a great challenge, especially when firebrand Democrats refuse to soften their language.