Thursday, January 6, 2022

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Jan. 6: Trump hits back, saying Biden trying to 'further divide America' to distract from failures
Trump called Biden's Jan. 6 speech 'political theater' that is a 'distraction for the fact Biden has completely and totally failed'

Former President Donald Trump responded to President Biden's sharp criticism in a Jan. 6 speech, saying his Democratic successor is trying to distract from his record.

Biden "used my name today to try to further divide America," Trump said in a statement. "This political theater is all just a distraction for the fact Biden has completely and totally failed."


"Our Country no longer has Borders, has totally and completely lost control of Covid (record numbers!), is no longer Energy Independent, Inflation is rampant, our Military is in chaos, and our exit, or surrender, from Afghanistan was perhaps the most embarrassing day in the long and distinguished history of the United States—and so much more," Trump continued.

And Now Sinema Arrives to Deliver the Final Death Blow to Dems' Filibuster Plan 
Matt Vespa / Townhall Tipsheet 

Voting rights: Schumer says the Senate will vote on a package of Senate rules changes by Jan. 17 — less than two weeks away.

Democratic Senate candidates put changing the filibuster front and center 
Paul Steinhauser | Fox NewsRep. Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania’s upping his game.

The moderate Democrat from western Pennsylvania who’s running in a very competitive Senate primary for the Keystone State’s GOP-held open seat is vowing to vote to scrap the Senate’s legislative filibuster if he’s elected.

“I will vote to end the filibuster. Republicans are abusing it to block voting rights & endanger our democracy. To block health care & child care & union protections,” the U.S. Marine veteran, former assistant U.S. attorney, and two-term congressman argued this week on Twitter. “We have to win this Senate seat to end the filibuster. I can win & help get it done. It’s that simple.”

With his announcement, Lamb now joins Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, and Montgomery County board of commissioners chair Val Arkoosh – three of his top rivals for his state’s Democratic Senate nomination – in pushing to scrap the legislative… Read more, see tweet, and video here.