The U.S. representative’s campaign manager claims she’s only guilty of supporting the arts.
It seems that the far-right Republicans do, in fact, hate each other.
Trump insisted the third-highest position in government will now be “BIGGER & MORE IMPORTANT,” which it absolutely will not be.
“Hey, maybe I should nominate President Donald J. Trump tomorrow,” Boebert told Sean Hannity, a reference to a popular QAnon theory.
McCarthy has now failed to become Speaker of the House six times in two days.
Rep. Lauren Boebert implied some of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s beliefs are ludicrous, and then Greene called her “childish.”
Including a self-described “pro-life extremist” and a Jan. 6 attendee who referred to abortion as “genocide.”
Republicans and some Democrats are pressuring Biden to classify fentanyl as a “weapon of mass destruction.” Experts say it will exacerbate the war on drugs.
On the campaign trail, Joe Biden pledged to nominate a Black woman, and the right has predictably already dismissed the idea.
Rittenhouse, who was recently acquitted for killing two people and wounding another in Wisconsin last summer, even has his own theme song.