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May 25, 2023

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes did not express remorse during his sentencing for his violent insurrection attempt on January 6, 2021.
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The Young Turks: May 25, 2023

The new Republican tax cut plan, written by Vern Buchanan, would add $3.5 TRILLION to the deficit and would be a historic wealth transfer from the working class.
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Activist and right-wing host Charlie Kirk used his platform to incite violence at Target for its pro-LGBTQIA+ merch, and social media influencers were happy to oblige.
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Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes did not express remorse during his sentencing for his violent insurrection attempt on January 6, 2021.
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The fake video included the a Devil, Dick Cheney, Adolf Hitler and George Soros conversing in a Twitter Space and was shared by Donald Trump on social media.
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Why did Ron DeSantis' War Room feature SO MUCH Elon Musk in his campaign launch video?
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CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp was accused by a Republican staffer for the Herschel Walker campaign of groping him.
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Investigators testified that Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton “broke numerous state laws, misspent office funds, and misused his power to benefit a friend and political donor.”
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was presiding over the House before she used the gavel to demand "decorum," but instead was responded with roars of laughter over the irony.
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Kandiss Taylor, now an elected GOP District Chair in Georgia, held an interview with David Weiss (AKA “Flat Earth Dave”) and Matt Long on her “Jesus, Guns, and Babies” podcast.
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New page: Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes did not express remorse during his sentencing for his violent insurrection attempt on January 6, 2021. - TYT.com