https://www.vox.com/2019/11/29/20977735/how-many-bills-passed-house-democrats-trumpFor months, President Donald Trump has fired off tweet missives accusing House Democrats of “getting nothing done in Congress,” and being consumed with impeachment. ...as of November 15, the House has passed nearly 400 bills, not including resolutions. ...80 percent of those bill have hit a snag in the Senate, where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is prioritizing confirming judges over passing bills. Congress has passed just 70 bills into law this year. ...pales in comparison to recent past sessions of Congress, which typically see 300-500 bills passed in two years (and that is even a diminished number from the 700-800 bills passed in the 1970s and 1980s). Ten of those 70 bills this year have been renaming federal post offices or Veterans Affairs facilities. ...McConnell calls himself the “grim reaper” of Democratic legislation he derides as socialist, but many of the bills that never see the Senate floor are bipartisan issues, like a universal background check bill, net neutrality, and reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act... raising the minimum wage to ensuring equal pay... expand health coverage and bring down prescription drug prices,” ...many of which are bipartisan.” Trump is accusing Democrats of doing nothing as he refuses to work with them With this information I wonder if many of our republican friends that keep saying house democrats are doing nothing will switch their ire to the actual culprits, senate republicans? Why have Republicans switched from doing their legislative duties and instead have focused on pushing through un- or under-qualified judges — stacking the courts across the country with partisan ideologues that they once protested so much. Is this the new republican agenda, force their ideology on an unwilling nation? We see it with gerrymandering, ignoring public referendums, trying to remove power from positions they are voted out of office and taking case after case of voter disenfranchisement to the SCOTUS.