That tells you what to expect if they hold the Senate on Jan. 5: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will keep upholding the basic values Trump has brought to the table. McConnell will obstruct and blockade and prevent President Biden from getting anything done for the nation. Republicans will hurt the public in order to hurt Democratic election chances going forward, just as they are right this instant hurting the public by not challenging Trump to accept his defeat and begin the transition process. Republicans will do anything to win. But Democrats have to find a way to beat them. Republicans have spent the past four years doing Trump’s bidding, whether because they liked what they got from him enough to overlook what they didn’t like, or because secretly even those of them who sometimes pretend disapproval at his worst abuses are in their heart of hearts on board with every bit of Trump’s Trumpiness.And now, with national security and pandemic response on the line in a presidential transition, they’re still unwilling to challenge him. Be it simple fear, be it agreement with his efforts to overturn the results of the election, be it those two Georgia Senate seats, Republicans are not willing to do the right thing.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
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The six-time All-Star, who grew up in New Jersey, is averaging 23.9 points and 7.1 assists for Boston this season. He’s shooting 49 percent from the field and 39.8 percent from 3-point range.The Celtics entered play Sunday in fourth place in the Eastern Conference with a 45-32 record. Irving did not play in their loss this weekend to the Nets. The Knicks had been viewed as a front-runner to land Irving, but he may actually prefer to sign with the Nets, the report says.David Griffin, who was the general manager of the Cavaliers while Irving played there, said recently he believes Irving is more likely to join Brooklyn. Related News Kobe Bryant’s advice to Kyrie Irving: ‘Figure out how to connect with’ your teammates Rockets’ Mike D’Antoni praises ‘remarkable’ James Harden after 50-point triple-double Kyrie Irving could have multiple options in New York if he elects to leave the Celtics this summer.The Knicks and Nets are both expected to pursue the 27-year-old star if he opts out of his contract and becomes a free agent after the season, according to a report from the New York Daily News, which cites unidentified league sources. “I think Brooklyn is the fit that’s better for him in terms of his mindset,” Griffin told NBA TV. “I think he likes what they’ve done there, culturally.”