republicans in ruins

I didn’t invent the phrase “Republicans in ruins,” I heard it (or read about it) since the Tuesday midterms. Today the Republicans finally took control of the House after a long and drawn out vote count that gave the Republicans the final 218th seat to claim control. The problem with a Republican party in ruins is that they don’t care to govern at all, if they ever did over the last 20 or so years since the Republican party became infected with the Tea Partiers. The Republican party’s base is the Tea Party, which is why Magaga was able to take over the way it did. No matter what Republican leadership says about leaving Trump, it’s lip service only. The Republicans now control the House, and Trump controls those Republicans in particular. It’s going to be very interesting come January 2023.