Murkowski: Trump “incapable of doing a good thing … caused enough damage” [True of herself, actually]

What Lisa is accusing Trump of is often true of herself — one of the worst Republican senators, an embarrassment to Alaska, destroyer of the U.S. Constitution and the USA itself!

The Anchorwoman of our local TV newscast* in Anchorage covered for Lisa last night, changing “a good thing” to “the good thing,” when she read Lisa’s statement. Lisa wrote: “…I don’t think he’s capable of doing a good thing.”

* ‘Alaska’s News Source’ is now the strange name of our only remaining TV news station (other than an underfunded one that no one watches).

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From: ADN

Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski calls on President Trump to resign, questions her future as a Republican

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Friday that Donald Trump should resign the presidency immediately and that if the Republican Party cannot separate itself from Trump, she isn’t certain she has a future with the party.

“I want him to resign. I want him out. He has caused enough damage,” Murkowski, R-Alaska, said during an interview from her small Capitol office, steps away from the Senate chambers that were invaded by pro-Trump rioters on Wednesday.

Murkowski is the first Senate Republican to call for Trump’s resignation, according to CNN and national congressional reporters.

“I think he should leave. He said he’s not going to show up. He’s not going to appear at the inauguration. He hasn’t been focused on what is going on with COVID. He’s either been golfing or he’s been inside the Oval Office fuming and throwing every single person who has been loyal and faithful to him under the bus, starting with the vice president. He doesn’t want to stay there. He only wants to stay there for the title. He only wants to stay there for his ego. He needs to get out. He needs to do the good thing, but I don’t think he’s capable of doing a good thing,” she said.

Trump to blame for riot, Murkowski says


Even before Election Day, the president refused to say whether he would accept the election results, Murkowski said, and then tried to overturn the results.

“I will attribute it to the president, who said, even after his vice president told him that morning, ‘I do not have the constitutional authority to do what you have asked me to do. I cannot do it. I have to protect and uphold the Constitution.’ Even after the vice president told President Trump that, he still told his supporters to fight. How are they supposed to take that? It’s an order from the president. And so that’s what they did. They came up and they fought and people were harmed, and injured and died,” Murkowski said.


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