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John ‘News Seer’
On Thursday 106 House members filed a brief with the Supreme Court supporting the Texas lawsuit. Buck, R-Colo., signed the brief but Cheney, R-Wyo., did not.
“It is so important that we do everything we can to ensure every legal vote is counted in the 2020 Presidential election,” Buck said in a statement on the resolution. “It’s critical that folks have confidence in their election system because free and fair elections are a hallmark of our system of government. We must protect the integrity of our elections and bring justice to those who perpetrate election fraud.”
President Trump unleashed an angry tweet storm Saturday at the Supreme Court for dismissing his effort to overturn his election loss — and took a new shot at Attorney General Bill Barr.
He repeated his claims about election fraud and blasted the top court for rejecting the long shot Texas lawsuit that effectively sought to hand the election to him.
“The Supreme Court had ZERO interest in the merits of the greatest voter fraud ever perpetrated on the United States of America,” Trump tweeted.
- Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Friday criticized the Texas GOP for floating the idea of secession after the Supreme Court rejected a bid to overturn the results of the presidential election.
- In a statement, the Texas GOP chairman suggested that “law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution.”
- Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois said the statement should be immediately retracted and the people involved fired. “My guy Abraham Lincoln and the Union soldiers already told you no,” he said.
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Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Friday criticized the Texas GOP for floating the idea of secession after the Supreme Court rejected a bid to overturn the results of the presidential election.
In a statement, the Republican Party of Texas decried the court’s decision, with Chairman Allen West suggesting that “law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution.”
Kinzinger, who represents Illinois’ 16th District, said in a tweet the Texas GOP “should immediately retract this, apologize, and fire Allen West and anyone else associated with this.”
“My guy Abraham Lincoln and the Union soldiers already told you no,” he said.
I presented this to the City Council of Springfield.
The City of Springfield has the opportunity right a great wrong. I suggest Franklin Street be renamed Harry Lane Way, because Harry’s grandfather was one of the world’s greatest racist and pro-slavery candidates. Joseph Lane led wars against Native Americans. This renaming can get national attention. This is much more that bringing down a Confederate statue. If the change is not possible, perhaps there is going to be a new street by the river, that can bare the name, Harry Lane. A plaque can explain why. Erasing the name Lane from all public records, would be impossible. Harry is a symbol of progress, that trumps Joseph’s history. Harry Lane was a Pacifist, and perhaps the first Democratic Progressive.