Fox News finally pulls out of Don Jr's unhinged Stop the Steal speech as he starts profanely railing about trans women and gender-specific terms. Coma McCokerton Jr gets progressively more affected by pounds of booger sugar as days go by and it’s hilarious to me.
Donnie is a walking addiction and perfect ‘ JR compliment to his shit-for-brains dad who unleashes Adderall snot rockets regularly during his incoherent dog-whistling. Donnie’s banged up in every interview I’ve seen with him over the past 3 months too, so he’s on it HARD trying to block out the impending prison rape he’s scheduled to enjoy after getting handed a life sentence for helping his dad kill a few hundred thousand innocent Americans over the past few months.
Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America. Promptly poked some holes in his plans. Biden began laying out his framework for the next round of COVID-19 relief, reports The Washington Post, and said his plans include a multi-trillion-dollar package that would provide “more direct relief flowing to families, small businesses,” in part via $2,000 stimulus checks. But Man chin, who Axis notes will become an increasingly important player as a moderate in the Democrats' razor-thin Senate majority, seemed taken aback by Biden's promise.
A judge last month granted a deferred judgment for Michael Ray Stephane, 45, who told police he drove his Toyota Camry through the crowd in August because the protesters needed “an attitude adjustment.” The sentence means a felony charge of willful injury resulting in bodily injury against Stephane will be dismissed and expunged, as long as he does not commit a crime during a three-year term of probation. “You have some senators who, for political advantage, were giving false hope to their supporters, misleading them into thinking that somehow yesterday's actions in Congress could reverse the results of the election,” Cotton said on Fox News.
That shouldn't have happened, and it's got to stop now,” he continued. The Arkansas Republican appears to be referring to fundraising messages from Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Josh Hawley of Missouri that were sent just as pro- Trump rioters stormed the Capitol building Wednesday afternoon. Shortly before the rioting began, Hawley’s campaign sent a fundraising email promoting his decision to object to Pennsylvania’s electoral votes being counted. Read Cruz's fundraising text, which was blasted out after evacuation procedures began in the Capitol. Cotton emphasized that he was never planning to object to the electoral certification but said he still supports an independent commission to study the November election and propose reforms. Rubio tweeted Thursday morning that “some misled you” regarding whether the vice president “could reject ballots” and whether “objections could pass or used as leverage to force an audit.
“"They knew the truth but thought it was a great way to get attention & raise money,” the Florida Republican wrote. Hawley was the first GOP senator to say he would object to the certification of electoral votes, promising to oppose Pennsylvania's results. Asked whether he believes Trump is responsible in part for the rioting, Hawley acknowledged, “I don't think urging people to come to the Capitol was a good idea” but added that “the responsibility of violent criminal acts is with violent criminals. “Earlier this week, a group of eleven Republican senators led by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas announced they would object to the certification of one or more states' electoral votes. That group included Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, James Lank ford of Oklahoma, Mike Braun of Indiana, Steve Danes of Montana, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, and John Kennedy of Louisiana, as well as senators-elect Tommy Turberville of Alabama, Bill Haggerty of Tennessee, Cynthia Summit of Wyoming, and Roger Marshall of Kansas.
The printing company, Movistar Direct Marketing, declined to name the worker but said it can’t offer employment to people “demonstrating dangerous conduct that endangers the health and safety of others.” The man seen sitting at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s desk has been arrested and made interesting comments about his death on Facebook.
Has been identified as the man in the viral image that displays him kicking his feet up on the House Speaker’s desk during Wednesday’s Capitol riots. Senator Ted Cruz on Thursday denounced the statement President Trump issued after a mob of his supporters descended on the Capitol building Wednesday, forcing lawmakers to evacuate and unleashing a wave of violence that has resulted in the deaths of five Americans, including one Capitol Police officer.“The president's language and rhetoric often goes too far.
Trump refused to strongly condemn the violence perpetrated by his supporters despite his advisers reportedly urging him to do so as the chaos unfolded Wednesday afternoon. He eventually released a pre-recorded video statement, hours into the riot, in which he said he “loved” the people who surrounded the Capitol but urged them to go home peacefully.
He urged his supporters to go to the Capitol, where Congress was in the process of certifying the electoral votes from each state, and “cheer on our brave senators and congressmen and women. Five people died as a result of the clashes. Earlier this week, Cruz led a group of eleven Republican senators in announcing that they would object to the certification of one or more states’ electoral votes.
Barnett is being held in the Washington County Detention Center in Fayetteville, Ark., awaiting his initial appearance, according to NBC News. A New York Times reporter on Wednesday shared a video of Barnett, which he said was taken after the Arkansan's time in the speaker's office, and shows him bragging about taking a personalized envelope from the office, which he says he didn't steal. Pelosi's aides have said her office was vandalized on Wednesday and that a laptop from a conference room had been stolen, though the equipment was only used for presentations. Officials earlier announced the arrests of 82 people at the state, local and federal levels, according to reports, while the FBI's Washington Field Office on Friday released 40 photos of people who are wanted in connection with the rioting at the Capitol. A state lawmaker from West Virginia was also charged Friday in connection with the riot at the Capitol.
Derrick Evans, a Republican, reportedly recorded and then deleted a video of himself joining the crowd, leading to a petition asking for him to step down. Meanwhile, 70-year-old Lonnie Hoffman of Farmville, Ala. Is accused of having two handguns, an assault rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails that included gasoline and what appeared to be homemade napalm, officials said. Police were able to link Hoffman to a suspicious red GMC pick-up truck with Alabama plates, according to NBC News. Mark Leffingwell was charged and is accused of knowingly entering restricted ground and assaulting an officer after entering the Capitol. Albert's, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, is also accused of having a pocketknife at the time. He “immediately tried to flee” before police detained him, according to court papers.
A sitting President incited a mob of his supporters to attack the United States Capitol building, where the Senate and House of Representatives were meeting in the Constitutionally required joint session to count the votes of the Electoral College. He has lied repeatedly about what happened in that election, convincing millions of decent, honest people that his opponents committed systematic fraud, in effect conning his own supporters.
President-elect Joe Biden's pick to lead the Department of Justice, Merrick Garland, accepts nomination and says Wednesday's D.C. Capitol event is an example that the rule of law is the very foundation of our democracy and that like cases are treated alike. Hondurans have taken to WhatsApp and Facebook groups, some of which have thousands of subscribers, to organize another caravan scheduled to leave from the country's northern city San Pedro SLA on Jan. 15, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
This was a direct result of liberals’ freely and without facts theorizing about the president’s eldest son. It’s a hard-right statement of the case for Donald Trump ’s reelection, in keeping with Trump Jr.’s role as the family member who works hardest to enthuse the conservative base.
His sister Ivanka, by contrast, is much more an emissary to the larger world and tries to put a moderate spin on Trump ism. “If Democrats really wanted to help minorities and underserved communities, instead of bowing to big money union bosses, they’d let parents choose what school is best for their kids.
They’d end the endless wars and quit sending our young people to solve problems in foreign lands. America is the greatest country on earth, but my father’s entire worldview revolves around the idea that we can always do even better.
Imagine the life you want to have, one with a great job, a beautiful home, a perfect family.” Sounds a bit off, as if he were a radio station that suddenly shifted from Rush Limbaugh to Talking Heads.
What’s odd about the speech is Trump Jr.’s mannerisms, the wild, distant glaze in his eyes, his strange puppet-like hand gestures, the too-fast racing through the words. Has always seemed more like a lost puppy than a grown man, someone who is never at ease with the world but anxiously trying to spy out the situation.
“And by the way, last night they didn’t do a bad job,” he added, referring to runoff elections in Georgia deciding control of the Senate. Trump spoke from a stage framed by signs for the “Save America March,” at a podium flanked by American flags fluttering in a chilly DC breeze.
He gestured early in the speech to the Washington Monument, saying his crowd of supporters stretched across the mall and vowing that the icon would not become another victim of cancel culture. Trump ’s rally came as Congress was set to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election, which the president has repeatedly claimed are marred by widespread, organized fraud, without providing evidence.
Chapman University law professor John Eastman, next to U.S. President DonaldTrump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, gestures as he speaks while Trump supporters gather ahead of his speech to contest the certification by the U.S. Congress of the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election 7 BackContinue Thousands of supporters traveled from across the nation for the event, with local law enforcement and congressional security bracing for possible unrest.
A judge earlier this week barred Henry “Enrique” Barrio, leader of the far-right Proud Boys group, from the nation’s capital, citing accusations against him that he vandalized a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic church and was arrested packing high-capacity firearm magazines. “And by the way, last night they didn’t do a bad job,” he added, referring to runoff elections in Georgia deciding control of the Senate.
Trump spoke from a stage framed by signs for the “Save America March,” at a podium flanked by American flags fluttering in a chilly DC breeze. As with his signature “Make America Great Again” rallies that became the hallmark of two presidential campaigns, Trump is being met by a sea of supporters decked out in red baseball caps and star-spangled shirts.
His remarks were preceded by a recorded highlight reel of campaigns and speeches through the years, and a playlist heavy on classic rock, including Phil Collins’ ominous “In the Air Tonight” juxtaposed with Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing’.” He gestured early in the speech to the Washington Monument, saying his crowd of supporters stretched across the mall and vowing that the icon would not become another victim of cancel culture.
Trump ’s rally came as Congress was set to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election, which the president has repeatedly claimed are marred by widespread, organized fraud, without providing evidence. Speakers who addressed the throngs prior to the president included his son Donald Trump., freshman North Carolina Rep. Madison Hawthorn and Trump ’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Thousands of supporters traveled from across the nation for the event, with local law enforcement and congressional security bracing for possible unrest. A judge earlier this week barred Henry “Enrique” Barrio, leader of the far-right Proud Boys group, from the nation’s capital, citing accusations against him that he vandalized a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic church and was arrested packing high-capacity firearm magazines.