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maga_mama_757 3 points ago +3 / -0

Jesse and Tucker both work it in somehow or other when 2020 election stuff comes up. Then you have election fraud deniers like Bret who make fools of themselves.

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maga_mama_757 3 points ago +3 / -0

The governor already laid the groundwork to fire the current board. In March, he said the board's decision to exclude the administration from the search process demonstrates "misfeasance," an offense a governor can use to fire a board member.

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maga_mama_757 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'm a woman and the only time I have felt like my rights were taken away was when I was told I couldn't attend my child's gymnastics meet because I wasn't vaccinated. Also when I couldn't even go grocery shopping without wearing a muzzle.

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maga_mama_757 1 point ago +1 / -0

They all knew, and didn't care. They had already interviewed the people mentioned in Hutchinson's testimony; they didn't go back and question them again after her interviews. Why would they? They had another pony to put in their show. This time even leftist media called them out on the lies.

They're claiming ignorance at this point. Here's Jake Tapper interviewing Raskin about it:

Rep. Raskin: "The story she told is the evidence I'm aware of and I haven't seen anything to contradict it."

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maga_mama_757 4 points ago +4 / -0

Great article, thank you. I particularly love this -

What leftists seem to have forgotten is they don't own the consumer. They can pump out an endless array of woke media, but they can't force the public to buy their products. We own them. They are the consumer's bitch.

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maga_mama_757 12 points ago +12 / -0

Glenn Greenwald continued:

As any lawyer will tell you (if being honest), few things are less reliable than a proceeding with no adversarial component. These hearings have zero. One can assign whatever blame one wants for that, but perhaps it means journalists should be...skeptical...of assertions there. If, yesterday, you followed conservative journalists or analysts -- and really, why would anyone do such a thing: just block and ignore them -- you'd have heard instant skepticism even over the physics of Hutchinson's claim that Trump was able to grab the wheel of the "Beast." Maybe parts of Hutchinson's story is true (although the part that got the instant attention and calls for prosecution -- Trump assaulted his agents and grabbed the wheel of the Beast! -- was highly dubious on its face), but journalistic skepticism, not cheerleading, is needed.

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maga_mama_757 2 points ago +2 / -0

I read somewhere that their stores are cutting off the air conditioning inside to save money. I didn't care enough to investigate to see if that's really true, but it made me laugh.

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maga_mama_757 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't read breitbart on any kind of regular basis, just when it's linked somewhere. But all I've seen from them the past 24 hours are articles mocking and debunking Hutchinson's "testimony" yesterday.

I haven't seen any crap articles at all like the ones listed in this post, actually. They may be there but they aren't promoting them the same way they promote their more "based" articles on social media.

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maga_mama_757 2 points ago +2 / -0

ABC saying the same thing:

John Santucci, executive editorial producer of ABC News: Source close to the Secret Service tells Pierre Thomas to expect the Secret Service to push back against any allegation of an assault against an agent or President Trump reaching for the steering wheel.

CNN as well:

Gabby Orr, reporter at CNN: Tony Ornato is denying that he told Cassidy Hutchinson Trump grabbed the steering wheel in presidential vehicle on 1/6 or lunged at a fellow agent, a USSS official tells Josh Campbel. CNN confirms that Ornato & Enger are prepared to testify that neither incident occurred.

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maga_mama_757 4 points ago +4 / -0

I remember this too. For a couple of days I was genuinely worried that he was dead.

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maga_mama_757 2 points ago +2 / -0

I looked up this lunatic on tiktok and I'm not even sure it's a woman. In most of its other videos, it looks like a man without that hat.

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maga_mama_757 85 points ago +85 / -0

For the first two years of Obama's first term, Democrats had a supermajority, filibuster-proof control over Congress. Yet, despite the known threat to Roe at that time, they did not even attempt to pass a law granting a nationwide right to abortion.

This is their own damn "fault" in a couple different ways. They had the opportunity to codify Roe v Wade into law and didn't. They also pushed the issue - and then pushed it some more - to the point that the majority of normal Americans are horrified by their extreme views on it. These crazies who are so up in arms about this aren't pissed at the right people.

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maga_mama_757 1 point ago +1 / -0

continued: https://archive.ph/nfuSi (archived Axios)

"The Supreme Court had been really clear that to find liberty interests protected by the 14th Amendment, that right needs to be deeply rooted in a nation's history and tradition," Hawley told Axios.

"There's no way to manufacture a historically rooted right to abortion," she said, noting abortion was unlawful under common law at the nation's founding and 37 states prohibited abortion when the 14th Amendment was enacted in 1868.

Sen Josh Hawley

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maga_mama_757 1 point ago +1 / -0

Roberts voted with the majority, for a 6-3 vote. He had some conflicting views with them but ultimately voted with them.

By joining the majority in the judgment on Mississippi’s law, he made the court’s vote 6-3. But his position on Roe means that part of the majority ruling only had the support of five justices — the narrowest of majorities.

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