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Mike Lindell said Trump was the first president in his lifetime "who wasn't in it for the ego." Lindell, MyPillow's CEO, met Trump after the 2016 Republican National Convention. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell once had a dream in which he met Donald Trump. In a recent Rolling Stone interview, the intensity of Lindell's affinity for the president remains apparent. After peddling the theory that Trump would be "reinstated" as president in August, Lindell shifted his timeline in the Rolling Stone interview.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Trump, Lindell, Donald Trump, Stephen Rodrick, Read, MAGA Frank, Trump acolytes Diamond, Dinesh D'Souza, David Clarke, Joe Biden's, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp of Organizations: Republican National Convention, Justice, Trump, MAGA Frank Free, Trump acolytes, Republican Governors Association, Politico, Biden, Democratic Party Locations: New Richmond , Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, Mexico, Nashville , Tennessee, Arizona, Brian Kemp of Georgia, Georgia
Congress votes to make Pulse nightclub a national memorial
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Dan Avery | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Three days before the fifth anniversary of the attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation designating the site of the gay club a national memorial. The monument incorporates a reflecting pool and a garden with 49 trees ringing the remains of the nightclub, where an interim memorial currently stands. Initially set for 2022, completion of the museum and memorial has been delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Sentinel. In February, singer Ricky Martin signed on as national spokesperson for the foundation’s efforts to raise $49 million for the project. In addition to the National Pulse Memorial and Museum, the money would be used for community outreach, educational programs and to establish 49 legacy scholarships.
Persons: Joe Biden, Sen, Rick Scott, Scott, Omar Mateen, , ” Scott, Florida Sen, Marco Rubio, California Sen, Alex Padilla, Rubio, Orlando’s, Brandon Wolf, Ron DeSantis, Wolf, DeSantis, ” Wolf, Ricky Martin Organizations: U.S, Orlando Sentinel, Republican, Twitter, Pulse, Republican Gov, LGBTQ Community Center, Equality, U.S . National, onePulse Foundation, Orlando, Architects, Orlando Regional Medical, Sentinel, National, Memorial, Museum, NBC, Facebook Locations: Orlando , Florida, Florida, California, Equality Florida, Orlando, South Orange
"Humbled and blessed by the opportunity to serve," West tweeted with a link to the announcement from the Texas GOP that he was stepping down after less than a year on the job. His resignation is effective July 11, when a new chairman will be selected, the Texas GOP said in a news release. The party said West "will take this opportunity to prayerfully reflect on a new chapter in his already distinguished career. West alsosued Abbott in September for expanding early voting in the state, arguing the move enhanced the risk of voter fraud. He was elected Texas GOP chair last July and quickly courted controversy by making the party's motto "We Are the Storm" — which is also a slogan for QAnon conspiracy theorists.
Persons: Allen West, Greg Abbott, West, Chris Salcedo, Donald Trump, ” West, Abbott's, West alsosued Abbott, Trump, Abbott, I’ll, , Barack Obama, KXAN, Michael Flynn Organizations: Texas Republican Party, Republican Gov, Texas GOP, Texas, American, Fort, U.S, Supreme, Dallas Morning News, Memorial, Trump, Abbott Locations: Texas, American Republic, Fort Worth, Florida, Dallas
Georgia school officials condemn some teaching about race
  + stars: | 2021-06-04 | by ( The Associated Press | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
It also came on the heels of a letter that the Georgia governor — who appoints the board members — sent last month encouraging them to take such action. The resolution is symbolic and does not impose restrictions on school districts or teachers, though it could lead to binding rules in the future. “This resolution does not prohibit anybody from teaching anything,” board chair Scott Sweeney said during the meeting, which was held over the phone. There is little evidence that the theory is currently being taught to any of Georgia’s 1.7 million public school students. The resolution approved on Thursday also contains more anodyne statements condemning teaching that one race is superior to another or that race-based discrimination is OK.
Persons: , Scott Sweeney, , Kenneth Mason, Helen Rice, , Brian Kemp, ” Sweeney, doesn’t, Tracey Pendley Organizations: ATLANTA, Republican, Republican Gov, Facebook, Twitter Locations: U.S, Georgia, United States, America
Lori Freeman, CEO of the county and city health officials group, told NBC News, "To use the politicization of Covid to drive legislative changes doesn’t bode well for our government or for our public health system to address public health emergencies in the future." In Ohio, for example, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine earned early, bipartisan praise for taking the pandemic seriously and aggressively issuing public health orders. In North Dakota, where Republican Gov. He vetoed another that would have required him to clear more hurdles when issuing public health orders affecting schools.
Persons: Laura Kelly, Lori Freeman, bode, Donald Trump, Mike DeWine, Dan Tierney, ” Tierney, , Sen, Niraj, Antani, Eric Holcomb, Holcomb, ” Holcomb, Doug Burgum, ” Burgum, Burgum, aren’t, Andrew Cuomo’s, Kelly, Spencer Cox, Ronald Winterton, , ‘ You’re, ’ ” Winterton, Cox, ” Winterton Organizations: National Conference of, Legislatures, Network for Public Health Law, National Association of County, City Health, Democratic, NBC, Republican, Republican Gov, GOP, Indiana Gov, Democratic Gov, Gov, Kansas House Locations: U.S, Indiana, North Dakota, Ohio, In Kansas, New York, Kansas, In Utah, Utah
George P. Bush running for attorney general in Texas
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( The Associated Press | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
AUSTIN, Texas — George P. Bush on Wednesday launched his next political move: a run for Texas attorney general in 2022 that puts the scion of a Republican dynasty against a GOP incumbent shadowed by securities fraud charges and an FBI investigation. Bush, 45, said he spoke with the two Texas attorneys general who preceded Paxton — Republican Gov. “Texans know Attorney General Paxton’s rock-solid conservative record,” Paxton spokesman Ian Prior said. On Tuesday, Trump endorsed Abbott for a third term but has not weighed in on Texas’ attorney general race, which Bush had signaled for months he would enter. Bush, had said he voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, while George W. Bush said he voted for “none of the above.”During a visit to Texas in 2019, Trump called George P. Bush “the only Bush that likes me.”
Persons: George P . Bush, Bush, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, Ken Paxton, ” Bush, Austin . Bush, Paxton, Greg Abbott, Sen, John Cornyn —, Paxton’s, ” Paxton, Ian Prior, Bush’s, Joe Biden’s, Trump, Abbott, Hurricane Harvey, George H.W, George H.W . Bush, Hillary Clinton, George W, George P, Organizations: Wednesday, Republican, GOP, FBI, Florida Gov, Republican Party, Texas, Republican Gov, U.S, Texans, Biden’s, Office, Hurricane, Alamo Locations: AUSTIN, Texas, Austin ., Houston, George H.W .
Vice President Mike Pence addressed the January 6 insurrection in a speech Thursday night. Pence told New Hampshire Republicans that he and Trump man never "see eye to eye on that day." MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Former Vice President Mike Pence addressed the January 6 insurrection in the most detail he's offered publicly since leaving office. "As I said that night, January 6 was a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol," Pence told the crowd. "You know, President Trump and I have spoken many times since we left office, and I don't know if we'll ever see eye to eye on that day," Pence said.
Persons: Mike Pence, Pence, Trump, he's, Reagan, we'll, — Trump, Chris Sununu, Sen, Kelly Ayotte Organizations: New Hampshire Republicans, MANCHESTER , New Hampshire, Lincoln, Hillsborough County Republican, United States Capitol, Capitol Police, Capitol, Secret Service, Trump, New York Times, GOP, Republican Gov Locations: MANCHESTER , New, Hillsborough County, Manchester , New Hampshire, United States, New Hampshire, Hillsborough, Granite, State
“When a child dies in foster care, the system has failed,” the lawmakers wrote. While Bryant’s killing further heightened tensions in Ohio’s capital city over the fatal police shootings of Black people, her death also cast a light on the state’s foster care system. Among the parts of her foster care experience under scrutiny include Bryant being placed in five different foster homes within two years. “I mean so many questions that have to be answered.”Days after Bryant’s shooting, Franklin County Children Services said it had an obligation to make changes. Requests for comment were sent to HHS, Franklin County Children Services and the state.
Persons: Ma’Khia Bryant, Joyce Beatty, Sen, Sherrod Brown of, Ron Wyden, , ” Bryant, Nicholas Reardon, Bryant, Black, Reardon, Bryant’s, teen’s, Angela Moore, Michelle Martin, Mike DeWine Organizations: COLUMBUS , Ohio —, Democratic, U.S . Department of Health, Human Services, Ohio . U.S . Rep, U.S, Oregon, Columbus, Police, Associated Press, HHS Administration, Children, Franklin County Children Services, Office, Civil Rights, AP, Franklin, HHS, Republican Gov, Facebook, Twitter Locations: COLUMBUS , Ohio, Ohio ., U.S, Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Ohio’s, Black, Franklin, Franklin County, Ohio —
Nikki Fried, Florida's Democratic agriculture commissioner, has announced a run for governor. Ron DeSantis, who she called 'authoritarian.' She will seek the Democratic nomination, and is likely to face Rep. Charlie Crist in a primary. Nikki Fried, Florida's Democratic agriculture commissioner, has announced a run for governor in a bid to unseat Republican incumbent Ron DeSantis, who she previously called an "authoritarian dictator." Crist served as Florida's Republican governor between 2007 and 2011, but became a Democrat in 2012.
Persons: Nikki Fried, Fried, Ron DeSantis, Charlie Crist, I'm, Crist, DeSantis, Donald Trump Organizations: Democratic, Republican Gov, Republican, Twitter, New York Times, Gov Locations: Florida, DeSantis
If tuition were affordable, they say, students wouldn't be stuck in the vise of debt collection agencies in the first place. Debt collection written into state lawIn some states, the law requires public colleges to use collection agencies if debts go unpaid for too long. Florida allows universities to use debt collection agencies that charge an additional 20 percent to 25 percent on top of the original bill. Debt collection agencies that contract with community colleges in California can add 39 percent. And private debt collection agencies stand to lose millions of dollars if collection efforts are kept in house at the colleges.
Persons: Richard Fishburn, Fishburn, Juana H, haven't, shouldn't, Randy Gardner, Mike DeWine, hasn't, Jenny Jones, Jones, couldn't, Sam, Brendan Mullican, Mullican, can’t, Linda Bippus, Sam Houston State, , Republican —, ” Margie Brickner, Dave Yost, Piet van, Tom Lasley, Lasley, Gardner, Tom Young, Young, Prentiss Haney, Haney, Medley, they're, Jonathan Wehner, Cleveland Organizations: Army, Cleveland State University, Cleveland State, University, Public, Republican Gov, Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, UC, Missouri State University, Hillsborough Community College, Sam Houston State University, Sam Houston, Navy, Northern Illinois University, University of North, Gwinnett Technical College, Democratic, Republican, National Enterprise Systems Inc, Reliant Capital Solutions, National Enterprise Systems, Brickner, Reliant, Learn, University of Dayton, Wayne State University, Wayne State, Ivy Tech Community College, Ohio Locations: Ohio, Louisiana, U.S, vise, Springfield, Florida, California, Kentucky, Huntsville , Texas, Sam Houston State, Iraq, University of North Dakota, Georgia, Piet van Lier, Learn Dayton, Detroit, Lawrenceburg , Indiana
Democrats vowed to continue to fight a Texas bill that would add restrictions on voting as Republican Gov. Texas Democrats used every parliamentary tool at their disposal Sunday night to stop the bill, ultimately walking out to prevent a vote before the midnight deadline. Democrats across the country threw their support behind efforts to block the bill as Texas shapes up to be the next battleground over voting rights. The Texas bill, known as Senate Bill 7, passed the Senate along party lines early Sunday after an all-night debate. Democratic state Rep. Nicole Collier, chairwoman of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus, said the change would "disengage, disenfranchise those who use the souls-to-the-polls opportunity."
Persons: Greg Abbott, Abbott, Chris Turner, Turner, Joe Biden, Stacey Abrams, Jim Crow, Bill, Nicole Collier Organizations: Republican Gov, Texas Democrats, State, House Democratic Caucus, CNN, Georgia Democratic, Democratic, Texas Legislative Black Caucus Locations: Texas, Georgia, Harris County
But after hours of debate and delaying tactics, the chamber adjourned after Democratic lawmakers left in protest, breaking quorum and ending debate. The sweeping bill would ban drive-thru voting, limit voting hours, make it more difficult to cast mail ballots and empower partisan poll watchers. 7 is the result of a bicameral group of mostly Republican lawmakers reconciling proposals previously passed by both chambers. “The voices of Texans were not heard in this debate,” state Rep. John Bucy III said. But Republican state Rep. Travis Clardy said lawmakers who back the measures had done their “level best” to be transparent and release information.
Persons: Greg Abbott, Bill, , John Bucy III, Travis Clardy Organizations: Texas, Republican Gov, Democratic, Republican, Texans Locations: Texas
Opinion | To Motivate Workers, Republican Governors Experiment With Pain
  + stars: | 2021-05-31 | by ( Binyamin Appelbaum | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Beginning June 27, the state will reduce weekly payments to unemployed workers by $300, cutting off a federal subsidy that was scheduled to run through early September. This struck other Republican governors as such a good idea that 23 other states have since announced plans to follow Montana’s example. States administer unemployment benefits because racist Southern senators in the 1930s and the 1940s prevented the creation of a federal system. Almost a century later, Southern states still operate the stingiest unemployment programs. In recent years, for example, unemployed workers in New Jersey have been roughly five times as likely to qualify for jobless benefits as those in North Carolina.
Persons: Greg Gianforte, Gianforte Organizations: Republican Locations: Montana, Southern, New Jersey, North Carolina
Steve Bannon has a new MAGA megaphone, and Republicans eager to shine in a party still tethered to former President Donald Trump know it. With Fox News losing favor among Trump’s most diehard fans, "War Room" appears to be gaining steam as a safe space for the far right. Nevertheless, Bannon has had little trouble booking guests, from MAGA celebrities such as the MyPillow creator to veteran lawmakers and candidates. As multiple candidates in Ohio's GOP Senate primary seek to tie themselves closely to the former president, Bannon has welcomed former state party leader Jane Timken and former state treasurer Josh Mandel. "'War Room' is the tip of the spear of the MAGA movement," Greitens said in a statement provided by his campaign.
Persons: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, Bannon, Trump, It’s, Joe Biden, , MAGA, ” Bannon, he's, enders, Elise Stefanik, Liz Cheney, Eric Greitens, Bannon's, White, Steve, Jason Miller, Rush Limbaugh, Miller, Matt Gaetz, Kevin McCarthy, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Mike Lindell, Lindell, Govs, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp of, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Peter Navarro, Roy Moore, Mo Brooks, Brooks, Moore, Doug Jones, Sean Parnell, Parnell, Jeff Bartos, Ilhan Omar, Lou Barletta, President Trump, Barletta, Kristen Bennett, Jane Timken, Josh Mandel, He’s, Vance, Timken, Mandel, Scott Guthrie, Josh, suburbanites, Greitens, Trump's, I’m, Bauer, QAnon Organizations: Breitbart News, Trump's, Fox News, Real America’s Voice, NBC, GOP, Republican, YouTube, Trump, House Republican Conference, Senate, Holocaust, Republican Governors Association, Republicans, Republican Party, Trump White House, Pittsburgh’s NPR, Democratic, Major League Baseball, University of Alabama, Marvel Locations: Wuhan, China, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Arizona, Brian Kemp of Georgia, , Alabama, United States, America
Texas GOP’s new voting restrictions on verge of approval
  + stars: | 2021-05-30 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
But the bill must still clear a final vote in the Texas House later Sunday in order to reach Republican Gov. Texas is the last big battleground in the GOP's nationwide efforts to tighten voting laws, driven by former President Donald Trump's false claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him. Georgia and Florida have also passed new voting restrictions, and President Joe Biden on Saturday unfavorably compared Texas' bill to election changes in those states as "an assault on democracy." Governor Brian Kemp's Twitter feed | Handout via ReutersThe vote in the Texas Senate came just a short time after a final version of the bill had been made public Saturday. Election officials would also face new criminal penalties, including felony charges for sending mail voting applications to people who did not request one.
Persons: Sergio Flores, Bill, Greg Abbott, Sen, Beverly Powell, Donald Trump's, Joe Biden, Brian Kemp, Brian, Nicole Collier, couldn't, Republican Sen, Bryan Hughes, Collier, shrugged Organizations: Getty, Texas Senate, Texas House, Republican Gov, Democratic, Republican, Democrats, White, U.S . Senate, Twitter, Reuters, Republicans, Texas District, Texas Legislative Black Caucus, American Airlines, Dell Locations: Austin , Texas, Texas, U.S, Harris County, Georgia, Florida
New Oklahoma Law Sparks Debate Over Teaching About Tulsa Massacre
  + stars: | 2021-05-29 | by ( Tawnell D. Hobbs | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
Stitt was ousted from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission, which said his action was contrary to the group’s mission. “I did not learn about the Tulsa race massacre until I was an adult,” said Joy Hofmeister, Oklahoma’s education chief, who grew up in Tulsa. The Tulsa Massacre of 1921 destroyed hundreds of Black-owned businesses and homes in the city’s Greenwood District. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS When did you first learn about the Tulsa Race Massacre? The Tulsa Massacre | 100 Years Later The Wall Street Journal explores the legacy of the Tulsa Race Massacre and its economic reverberations, piecing together a story of both resilience and loss.
Persons: Kevin Stitt, Shane Brown, Stitt, , Jennettie Marshall, Jonathan Small, Sue Ogrocki, , Joy Hofmeister, Oklahoma Sen, Rob Standridge, Standridge, James Taylor, Taylor, Torie Shoecraft, Booker T, Trent Bozeman, Stefanie Wager, Todd Gragg, Rob Alcaraz, Gragg, , LaGarrett King, Dr, King, ” Booker T, Stitt didn’t, . Stitt, Michelle Lamb, Annette, ” Ms, Lamb, Hobbs Organizations: Republican Gov, The Wall, Gov, Commission, Republican, Educators, U.S . Department of Education, Tulsa, ” The Oklahoma, of Public Affairs, . Oklahoma Gov, Associated Press, Oklahoma, Greenwood District ”, Oklahoma City American Federation of Teachers, Washington High School, Tulsa Public Schools, The Wall Street, National Council, Social Studies, Seminole Public Schools, Oklahoma City, Research, University of Missouri, The Wall Street Journal, Oklahoma City Public Schools, Wall Street Locations: TULSA, Okla, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Greenwood, Tulsa’s Greenwood, Idaho, Tennessee, Black, Oklahoma City, city’s Greenwood, The Wall Street Journal Oklahoma, Tawnell.Hobbs
According to Google Trends, searches including the words "labor shortage" have skyrocketed in the United States over the past month. The labor shortage narrativeThis labor shortage story is only the latest iteration in an ongoing narrative battle against the social safety net. So what are Republican leaders talking about when they complain about the labor shortage? The wage shortage realityThose Republican governors have it completely backwards: it's not a labor shortage so much as a wage shortage. "We know consumption is 70% of our economy," Shierholz said, which means those unemployment benefits represented a huge injection of cash.
Persons: Paul Constant, Nick Hanauer, David Goldstein, Heidi Shierholz, Shierholz, Asa Hutchinson gestured, COVID, it's Organizations: Civic Ventures, Economic, Institute, Google, CNN, University of Chicago, Yale University, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Economic Policy Institute, Pitchfork Locations: United States, Arkansas
Kristi Noem to a RGA conference on his private jet, according to Politico. Kristi Noem of South Dakota flew on MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's private jet en route to a three-day Republican Governors Association (RGA) conference in Nashville, Tennessee, this week, according to a Politico report. An official told Politico that Lindell was unable to attend official RGA events since he was not a full member of the organization. "Lindell was not a guest of Governor Noem's at the conference," he told Politico. In a phone conversation with Politico, Lindell said that he "is not revealing anybody who goes on my plane."
Persons: Mike Lindell, Kristi Noem, Lindell, Mike, Donald Trump, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp of, Joe Biden, Noem, Ian Fury, Noem's Organizations: Politico, Noem, South Dakota, Republican Governors Association, Trump, Dominion, Dominion Voting Systems, Bed, Costco Locations: South, Nashville , Tennessee, Arizona, Brian Kemp of Georgia, Georgia, Nashville
A Florida concert promoter is getting creative with new ways to encourage his community to get vaccinated. At an upcoming punk-rock concert, he'll be charging $18 for tickets to people who are vaccinated and $1,000 to those who are not. And they should go out and get vaccinated to protect themselves and their families and their community,” Williams told WFTS. Williams' vaccination incentive plan seems to have the support of the bands as well. "I also wanted it to be a vaccine drive to get the fence-sitters off the fence," Williams told WFTS.
Persons: he'll, Paul Williams, Williams, concertgoers, WFTS, “ We’re, ” Williams, Rauw Alejandro, John Parra, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Johnson, Johnson COVID, Ray Carlisle Organizations: Leadfoot, Oasis, Republican Gov, VFW, Facebook, Pfizer, Moderna Locations: Florida, Miami, , St . Petersburg, FL
Brad Little was out of state Thursday, the lieutenant governor issued an executive order banning mask requirements. Governor's executive order will be made available after a more thorough review of this executive action." She tweeted that the executive order was "to protect the rights and liberties of individuals and businesses." The executive order signed by McGeachin does not apply to federal buildings, hospitals or health care facilities. Little, who was also lieutenant governor and elected governor in 2018, has not made clear if he will seek another term.
Persons: Brad Little, Gov, Janice McGeachin, Little, McGeachin Organizations: Idaho's Republican Gov, Republican, Idaho, NBC, Democratic, for Disease Control, Associated Press, McGeachin Locations: Tennessee, Boise, Minnesota, New Jersey, . Idaho
Idaho’s governor, Brad Little, said on Friday that he had repealed a ban on mask mandates that a political rival, Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, had issued while he was traveling out of state for a conference of the Republican Governors Association. “Let me offer some advice as Idaho’s duly elected Governor — governing in a silo is NOT governing,” Mr. Little said in a statement announcing the reversal. She signed an executive order forbidding the state, municipalities and public schools from requiring masks. It said that wearing masks had done “significant physical, mental, social and economic harm,” that they failed to serve a health or safety purpose and that they “unnecessarily restrict the rights and liberties of individuals and business.”
Persons: Brad Little, Gov, Janice McGeachin, Idaho’s, , ” Mr, Little, McGeachin, Organizations: Republican Governors Association, Republican Locations: Nashville
Royal Caribbean could be setting sail in late June after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved the company's request for a simulated cruise with volunteer passengers. Royal Caribbean Cruises President and CEO Michael Bayley said in a statement. Royal Caribbean is the first company to have its port and local health agreements approved to allow simulated cruises, the outlet reported. Ron DeSantis signed a law that prohibits businesses, including cruise ships, from asking passengers for proof of vaccination. It's not clear how Royal Caribbean plans to require proof of vaccination for ships sailing out of Florida.
Persons: Michael Bayley, Bayley, Ron DeSantis Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, Caribbean Cruises, CDC, Miami Herald ., Cruises, Royal, Republican Gov Locations: Caribbean, PortMiami, South Florida, Miami Herald . Royal Caribbean, U.S, United States, Royal Caribbean, Florida
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was turned away from a Republican governors' conference in Tennessee, he said. Lindell told Politico he flew to Nashville especially for the three-day event but was told to leave. An official said Lindell was turned away from a dinner because he wasn't a member of the Republican Governors Association. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell flew to Nashville, Tennessee for a three-day Republican governors conference — but was turned away minutes after arriving, he told Politico. Lindell told Politico that, after being turned away, he planned to leave Nashville on his private plane.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Lindell, Donald Trump, Politico's Daniel Lippman, Bill Lee, Read, Trump, MyPillow, Trump's, He's Organizations: Republican, Politico, Republican Governors Association, Lindell, Nashville's, Tennessee, Gov, Nashville, Twitter, Dominion, Trump, White, Conservative Political, Conference Locations: Tennessee, Nashville, Nashville , Tennessee
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma, next week to commemorate 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre, one of the worst incidents of racial violence in American history. The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission, the group spearheading observances of the 100th anniversary, said that Stacey Abrams and John Legend will also headline a "Remember & Rise" commemoration event. The last-known living survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre testified last week before a congressional committee considering reparations for survivors and their descendants. "I have lived through the massacre every day. Our country may forget this history, but I cannot," Viola Fletcher, 107, the oldest living survivor of the massacre, told Congress.
Persons: Joe Biden, Stacey Abrams, John Legend, Donald Trump, Mike Pence, , Kevin Stitt, Trump, Pence, Viola Fletcher Organizations: WASHINGTON, Tulsa's Greenwood, Republican Gov, Greenwood District Locations: Tulsa , Oklahoma, Tulsa, U.S
Trump's "Big Lie" that he lost the election because of voter fraud continues in Arizona's ridiculous audit, run by a QAnon-friendly company Cyber Ninjas. Cyber Ninjas, bamboo, and Trump's "Big Lie"For months before the 2020 election, Trump spread lies about election fraud and refused to commit to accepting the results of a loss. Election audit expert Jennifer Morrell observed the Arizona audit and said she had "never seen one this mismanaged." Mitch McConnell, for a brief moment, seemed like he truly wanted to move on and disassociate the GOP from the Big Lie. Other congressional Republicans could follow suit — it would be the death knell for the Big Lie.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Trump's, Mitch McConnell, McConnell, , , enders, Doug Ducey, Joe Biden, Karen Fann, Jennifer Morrell, Morrell, that's, Matt York, Fann, Jack Sellers, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar —, Elise Stefanik, Breitbart, Steve Bannon Organizations: Republicans, Confederate, Capitol . Republicans, Keystone, Trump, Republican Gov, GOP, Volunteers, Republican, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, AP Republicans, Arizona Republicans Locations: Arizona, America's, American, Maricopa County, China, South Korea, Maricopa, Florida, Phoenix, New York
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