“If homosexuality is of God, what purpose does it serve? What does it make?” asked Mark Robinson, North Carolina’s lieutenant governor.
The thin line that separated the GOP from full-on QAnon conspiracies has been eroding for months.
“I’m ready to take a sledgehammer to the corrupt media,” former local news reporter Kari Lake pledged in her first campaign ad for governor.
Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson were convicted of murder years ago, but prosecutors have since agreed that was a mistake.
“He set his sights/ on fighting the good old fight / For what’s right / So let’s show them big guns tonight,” the lyrics go.
The beast looked pretty bored at the campaign-kickoff event for John Cox, who’s running against Gov. Gavin Newsom.
And "Plan C," according to prosecutors, would have involved burning down the statehouse while lawmakers were locked inside, “leaving no survivors.”
“This will not be tolerated on my watch," Gov. Jim Justice said.
A Supreme Court ruling handed power to former Secretary of Justice Wanda Vázquez, who would have been next-in-line in the first place.
“I have no interest in occupying the post of governor,” next-in-line Wanda Vázquez tweeted.
His resignation would come after almost two weeks of protests on the island, some of which turned violent
Protesters clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse a crowd that threw bottles and rocks.