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  1. Trump is over. Why do they still feel the need to blindly suck up to him at every turn? Wyoming GOP censures Liz Cheney over Trump impeachment vote Cheney in a statement after the vote said she remained honored to represent Wyoming and will always fight for issues that matter most to the state. The Associated Press Feb. 6, 2021, 5:35 PM EST RAWLINS, Wyo. — The Wyoming Republican Party voted overwhelmingly Saturday to censure U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump for his role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Only eight of t
  2. QAnon Nutjob! House panel votes to kick Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene off committees for ‘truly sick’ promotion of violence Chris Sommerfeldt New York Daily News Feb 03, 2021 at 2:43 PM A key House panel voted Wednesday to strip Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of all her committee assignments in a blistering rebuke of her calls for violence against fellow members of Congress and embrace of a cacophony of far-right conspiracy theories. The vote in the House Rules Committee advanced a resolution to remove the controversial Georgia Republican from her posts on the ch
  3. https://nypost.com/2021/02/03/florida-lawyer-disbarred-for-filming-sexual-encounter-with-inmate/ Florida lawyer disbarred for making pornographic film with inmate Andrew Spark had already been suspended following his convictions for solicitation of prostitution. A Florida attorney has been disbarred for filming his own sexual encounter with at least one female inmate for the production of a pornographic video. Before his Jan. 21 disbarment, Andrew Spark had already been suspended following his convictions for solicitation of prostitution and bringing contraband into co
  4. NY TIMES Breaking News: Senator Mitch McConnell on Monday denounced the “loony lies and conspiracy theories” embraced by Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, calling them a “cancer” on the Republican Party.
  5. Today MSNBC: Senate rejects Sen. Paul's motion to declare fmr. Pres. Trump's impeachment trial unconstitutional, in 55-45 vote. The 5 Republicans senators who voted with Democrats to proceed with the trial were Sens. Collins, Murkowski, Romney, Sasse, and Toomey, @GarrettHaake reports.
  6. thoughts and prayers QAnon in crisis after Biden’s inauguration failed to bring ‘storm’ By Lee Brown January 21, 2021 They’re rebels without a Qause. The QAnon movement was thrown into crisis this week when President Biden peacefully entered the White House — rather than be crushed by a long-promised “storm” and “great awakening.” “It’s obvious now we’ve been had. No plan, no Q, nothing,” one now-deflated follower wrote after the inauguration in a QAnon channel on Telegram with 18,400 members. The crackpot QAnon conspiracy theory has long assumed that Presid
  7. On first day, Biden enacts face mask mandate, strikes down Trump policies on immigration, climate and more By DAVE GOLDINER and CHRIS SOMMERFELDT NEW YORK DAILY NEWS JAN 20, 2021 AT 8:06 PM Wasting no time, President Biden signed 15 executive orders within hours of his inauguration Wednesday to roll back some of his predecessor’s most controversial policies while enacting a string of new ones to fight the coronavirus pandemic, address climate change and reform the U.S. immigration system. Topping Biden’s list: MASKS: Biden is mandating the use of face masks and s
  8. Trump’s spawn during his farewell speech. Ivanka
  9. What a wonderful day! It feels like the thick dark nasty Venusian clouds that were hanging over this country are finally clearing out. at the last cover below: “Trump joins fellow geezers in FLORIDA”
  10. Because Trump was such a magnificent Christian figure!
  11. Trump approval remains stable in new NBC poll, with Republicans unmoved after Capitol violence Eighty-seven percent of Republicans approve of how Trump is doing his job in a new NBC News poll, but half of all voters say he is "definitely worse than most" presidents. Carrie Dann is a political editor for NBC News. Jan. 17, 2021, 2:00 PM UTC WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is the only president in history to be impeached twice— this time for his role in encouraging a deadly assault on the Capitol by his supporters — but he is poised to leave office with a job approval rating t
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