The GOP is looking to what they can do on Capitol Hill to block Joe Biden’s radical agenda as the Senate is left with a 50-50 split and a Democrat vice president is set to be the tie-breaking vote.
Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has called for House conference chair Liz Cheney (R-Wy.) to be removed from her leadership post. Jordan’s call comes as Cheney faces backlash for backing Democrat impeachment efforts. One America’s John Hines has this report from Washington.
A freshman congresswoman from Georgia has promised to hold Joe Biden accountable on day one. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene vowed Wednesday to file articles of impeachment against Biden for abuse of power just one day after inauguration. She cited his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings with Ukraine and China as grounds to do so.
While the majority of Republican lawmakers are standing in support of the President, a few are defecting and speaking out in favor of his removal. One America’s Christina Howitson has more.
Social media giants Twitter and Facebook are crying the victim after the government of Uganda shut them down ahead of a general election.
Congressman Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) is reportedly circulating a petition among conservative lawmakers, which is calling for Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wy.) to resign from her position as conference chair of the Republican Party.
Despite widespread backlash, Facebook has refused to reinstate President Trump’s account on its platform. The social media giant said it has no intention of unblocking the President.
GOP Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) is confident the party will win back the upper chamber in 2022. In an interview published Monday, he suggested Democrats are going to try to do many things the public doesn’t want over the next two years.
Several GOP senators are jumping ship and are siding with Democrats on calls to impeach President Trump. According to reports, Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Ark.) are heading Republican efforts to remove the President.