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Joe Biden no longer taking Amtrak to inauguration


BOOM! Pelosi's fining Members who bypass metal detectors


BOOM: US House Speaker announces Members who bypass the new metal detector near House Chamber will pay $5,000 fine. ($10,000 for second offense)

Marjorie Taylor Greene announced she will be "filing articles of impeachment against Biden Jan. 21


On Newsmax just now Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene announced she will be “filing articles of impeachment on Joe Biden” on Jan. 21.

She's so ridiculous.

The 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach


David Valadao (R-CA) becomes #10.
Democracy Docket

Gonzalez, OH
Rice, SC

10 republicans now!

I was only counting on 8

Matthew McConaughey Keeps Flirting With Alt-Right Darlings

When Matthew McConaughey’s book, Greenlights, first debuted last fall, the memoir included an interesting acknowledgement. In the back of the book, McConaughey thanks Jordan Peterson—a controversial Canadian professor and public speaker who has risen to prominence by fearmongering about “political correctness” on college campuses, advocating for men’s rights, and battling a bill meant to protect trans and nonbinary people.

Peterson is just one of several controversial figures who have coalesced in the past few years within the so-called “intellectual dark web”—a lot that also includes podcaster Joe Rogan and conservative pundit Ben Shapiro, among others. But that moniker belies the true mundanity of these guys’ belief system—most of them largely spend their time complaining about anything that smacks of “political correctness” and waiting for the yet-t0-be-seen Armageddon that “cancel culture” will surely one day usher in.

This week, McConaughey appeared on Peterson’s podcast, about a year or so after the actor said he’d begun corresponding with Peterson.“Many of the things you said I had been thinking about, but I heard you putting them into words and contexts, I was like, Wow, that’s what I’m talking about, that’s what I'm trying to get to,” McConaughey told Peterson. “And a lot of it goes back to self-determination, which we've talked a lot about. Self-authoring.”

It might seem somewhat surprising that McConaughey’s book tour has offered a platform for people like Peterson to fret over comedians’ right to jerk off in front of whoever they want, so long as they make sure to issue a quick apology afterward. But then again, the actor’s past comments about Hollywood’s disdain for Trump—and his more recent complaints about the “illiberal left” last winter—might have offered a hint of where things were headed.


McConaughey will probably be the next Incel Governor of Texas.

McConnell won't consent to reconvening immediately


NEWS —> McConnell’s office called Schumer’s people today + told them McConnell would not consent to reconvening immediately under the 2004 emergency authorities, a person familiar says. So the Senate won’t reconvene Friday, or almost certainly before Jan. 19. Trial in Biden term

De Blasio on Morning Joe right now said they canceled NYC contracts w/ Trump org.

Those contracts were worth millions of dollars.

Dianne Feinstein has filed FEC paperwork to seek re-election in 2024


CALIFORNIA. US Sen Dianne Feinstein (D) has filed FEC paperwork to seek reelection in 2024 to a six year term ... when she will be 91 years old.

GOP sources say if McConnell supports conviction , Trump will be convicted


Several GOP sources say tonight that if McConnell supports conviction, Trump almost certainly will be convicted by 67 senators in impeachment trial.

"If Mitch is a yes, he's done," said one Senate Republican who asked to be named. Many Rs are staying mum
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