Examples of GOP Leadership

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Trump campaign knew soon after election that voting machine claims were false: report
Former President Trump's campaign reportedly knew soon after the November election that claims it made about voting machine irregularities leading his defeat were inaccurate.

Court documents released Monday show that by the time a campaign news conference on the issue took place, an internal memo had already been circulated confirming that the claims about Dominion Voting Systems and software company Smartmatic were false, according to The New York Times.

At the Nov. 19 news conference, the team of the former president's attorneys claimed Dominion was in cahoots with financier George Soros and Venezuela in an effort to steal the election from Trump.

But emails included in the court documents show that campaign staffers were asked by then-deputy director of communications Zach Parkinson on Nov. 13 to “substantiate or debunk” several claims surrounding the voting machine company. The next day, Parkinson's staff provided a memo of news articles that appeared to show the allegations were not true, the Times said, adding that it was unclear if Trump had seen the memo.

Specifically, The New York Times reported that the memo said Dominion had no ties to Soros or Venezuela and did not use technology from Smartmatic and that its leadership was not connected to antifa activists, as Trump's lawyers had alleged.

However, the Times could not confirm if Trump had seen the memo or how widely circulated it was.

The documents were filed last week in a defamation lawsuit for former Dominion employee Eric Coomer that claimed the criticism of the companies was "baseless," the Times reported.

Coomer's lawyers said, "The memo produced by the Trump campaign shows that, at least internally, the Trump campaign found there was no evidence to support the conspiracy theories regarding Dominion," according to The Times.
 

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New group of GOP lawmakers file articles of impeachment against Biden
A group of four GOP lawmakers on Tuesday filed articles of impeachment against President Biden, saying he should be removed from office for not securing the border, for the way U.S. troops were removed from Afghanistan and for seeking to impose a ban on evictions even when he said it might not pass constitutional muster.

Ohio Rep. Bob Gibbs (R) is leading the effort, and is joined by fellow GOP Reps. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Brian Babin (Texas) and Randy Weber (Texas).

This is the second time articles of impeachment have been introduced pertaining to Biden. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) filed articles of impeachment the day after Biden was sworn into office.

Neither effort will go far in a House where Democrats hold a slim majority, but the latest effort shows how the introduction of articles of impeachment is becoming more common in today's polarized House.

Republicans are hoping to win back the House majority in next year's midterms, however, and GOP leaders could face pressure in such a scenario to move impeachment articles backed by some of their most conservative members.

In the new articles, a copy of which were shared with The Hill, the House members argued that Biden's conduct “warrants impeachment and trial, removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit under the United States.”
 

BudmanTX

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omg they did what...lol

why don't you ask those idiots how haitians from 2000miles away got to Del Rio first, bet they'll shut up then.......
 

injinji

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omg they did what...lol

why don't you ask those idiots how haitians from 2000miles away got to Del Rio first, bet they'll shut up then.......
Not sure about other news outlets, but the PBS Newshour reported on the first day that most of them spoke Spanish. They had come to central america years ago. No word on why they all came north at the same time.
 
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