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Some Democrats have vowed to stop working with Republicans that supported overturning Electoral College results. Others are reconciling their disgust with the need to work in a bipartisan manner.

Some Democrats have vowed to stop working with Republicans that supported overturning Electoral College results. Others are reconciling their disgust with the need to work in a bipartisan manner.

$15 per hour without any kids is still hard to live on. This is the USA. One of the richest countries in the world. $7.25 is insulting. And not increased in 12 years. But inflation has. Republicans seem to like that some folks have to suffer. And college should really be free.

Some Democrats have vowed to stop working with Republicans that supported overturning Electoral College results. Others are reconciling their disgust with the need to work in a bipartisan manner.

Republicans have introduced the most bills in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona—the battleground states that delivered President Joe Biden his electoral-college victory

Republicans have introduced the most bills in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona—the battleground states that delivered President Joe Biden his electoral-college victory

Republicans have introduced the most bills in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona—the battleground states that delivered President Joe Biden his electoral-college victory

Republicans have introduced the most bills in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona—the battleground states that delivered President Joe Biden his electoral-college victory

Republicans have introduced the most bills in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona—the battleground states that delivered President Joe Biden his electoral-college victory

Republicans have introduced the most bills in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona—the battleground states that delivered President Joe Biden his electoral-college victory

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UPDATE: @HomeDepot , one of the largest corporate donors to Republican candidates, is suspending donations to Republicans who objected to the electoral college.

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I keep wondering if Barack Obama would’ve urged thousands of black and brown people to travel from wherever they live to United States Capitol to dispute the electoral college votes, kill, kidnap, and hang republicans — how Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul would have voted today?

UPDATE: All three major music labels suspend contributions to the 147 Republicans who objected to the Electoral CollegeUniversal Music Group @UMG ) @warnermusic  @SonyMusicGlobal 

2 House Republicans tell me they expect as of now that at least 140 Republican Members of the House will on Jan 6 object to and vote against the Electoral College results showing President-elect Biden won

McConnell held a conference call with Senate Republicans this morning in which he pressed Hawley multiple times to explain his plans to object to the Electoral College. McConnell was met with silence, per multiple people familiar with the call. Turns out Hawley wasn’t present

I get a kick out of the Republicans saying impeachment is an effort to overturn the will of the American people when Hilary beat the dumbbell by 3 million votes. He won because of the antiquated electoral college, a 2-mule wagon in a jet plane world.

Joe Biden has: —Won the Electoral College —Won the popular vote —Received more votes than any other presidential candidate —Likely flipped 5 states —Won with higher margins than Trump in the Rust Belt in 2016 Whatever the Republicans say, this was a decisive victory.

What we could do with $1.5 trillion: -Make college tuition-free -Provide universal preschool -Repair our crumbling infrastructure -Fund CHIP for 107 years -Rebuild Puerto Rico What Republicans did: -Give tax breaks to the wealthy and corporations

in new NBC/WSJ poll: are you worried US will suffer another mass shooting by white nationalists? Republicans 24% non-college white men 27% rural residents 37% independents 58% suburban residents 55% white women college grads 70% African-Americans 80% Hispanics 72% Democrats 82%

proportion of each group in Quinnipiac Poll saying Trump is unfit to serve as president independents: 53% women: 60% white college grads: 54% non-college whites: 42% age 18-34: 63% age 65+: 55% blacks: 89% Hispanics: 58% Democrats: 96% Republicans: 7%

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