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"No, I would not" remove guns from police officers, says New York City mayoral candidate Maya Wiley who notes that her plan is to "balance both smart policing and investing in communities and creating the relationships we need."
"We're not anti-audit. We're anti this audit," says Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer of the Arizona audit. "We think this is being done in an unprofessional manner by conspiracy theorists who had already stated their opinions regarding the 2020 elections."
"Our message to the Vice President included asking them... to keep voting rights a priority... to help us combat the assault that has been lodged against Texans when it comes to our voting rights." - Texas Legislative Black Caucus chair Nicole Collier on meeting with VP Harris
"There are people... afraid of dealing with this issue," says incoming Southern Baptist Convention President Pastor Ed Litton on critical race theory. "It's basically recognizing that people of color in our communities are created in the image of God."
"All of the [GOP] lies fail and fall in the face of this incontrovertible evidence,” says CNN’s@JohnAvlon as the DOJ releases harrowing new video evidence from the Jan. 6 attack. “That is why we have to keep showing it until those lies wear down.”
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee recounts the long road to passing a law today which establishes June 19, as “Juneteenth National Independence Day.” “Can you actually believe that the President…was in the White House built by slaves and signing legislation that affirmed their freedom?”
“I've seen... she’s referred to as a ‘cashier,’" says the sister of LaQuitta Willis, a grocery clerk who was shot and killed over a mask dispute. “I just want everybody to know that she was more than a cashier. She was actually a servant leader of her community.”
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine predicts "uniform democratic support" for protecting voting rights in a vote next Tuesday under Sen. Joe Manchin's proposal.
Ret. Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman says the military hasn't properly supported him following his testimony in Pres. Trump's impeachment trial. "No, they haven't… At no point did any senior leader, civilian or military… indicate that I was still in good standing in the military."
“Even after two years of having worked in this White House, I was still shocked,” says Olivia Troye, a former top adviser to VP Mike Pence, about President Trump removing his mask as he returned to the White House despite having coronavirus. “It was deplorable what he just did.”