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Mark Meadows Self-Quarantined After Exposure to Coronavirus

Incoming White House Chief of Staff and Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) revealed on Monday night that he will self-quarantine, as he might have been exposed to someone who had the novel coronavirus. Meadows spokesman Ben Williamson said in a statement on Monday: Rep. Meadows was advised this weekend that he may have come in contact…

Lawmakers Self-Quarantine After Exposure to Coronavirus

Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), and Julia Brownley (D-CA) announced on Monday that they have been exposed to coronavirus. Reps. Gaetz and Gohmert said that they had been exposed to coronavirus after they attended CPAC two weeks ago. Gohmert said in a statement Monday: Saturday night, I got a call from the House…

Collins: Dems Don’t Want to Acknowledge ‘Coup Attempt’ from the FBI

Thursday during an appearance on Fox News Channel, Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), formerly the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, emphasized the threats of not putting into place FISA reforms, which is being held up by congressional Democrats. The Georgia Republican congressman, who is running for U.S. Senate, accused his Democrat colleagues of playing…

Judd Apatow Demands Georgia Voters Oust Doug Collins After ‘Terrorists’ Comments

Judd Apatow, the Hollywood director behind such raunchy comedies as The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up, is demanding that Georgia residents vote Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) out of office, after the congressman accused Democrats of being “in love with terrorists” and mourning the death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani. Apatow posted a Tweet Thursday telling Georgia residents to…

Doug Collins Throws Down Notes, Storms Out Of Impeachment Hearing Before Reappearing On Dais...

December 12, 2019 6:03 PM ET Ranking member Doug Collins  marched out of Thursday’s House Judiciary Committee markup of the articles of impeachment raised against President Donald Trump, only to reappear on the dais fifteen minutes later. The Georgia Republican threw down his notes and stormed off around 4:41 pm ET, nearly 7 hours into…

Judiciary Democrats Block Motion to Subpoena the ‘Whistleblower’

Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday voted to block a motion to subpoena the “whistleblower,” whose complaint prompted Democrats to launch the impeachment inquiry. During the committee’s first impeachment inquiry hearing, Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) moved to subpoena “the individual commonly referred to as the ‘whistleblower.'” After his motion, Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY)…

Fact Check: No, Doug Collins Did Not Accuse Professor of Not Reading Transcripts

CLAIM: A Republican “insulted” legal experts by claiming they had not read transcripts of impeachment testimony. VERDICT: False. He said they could not have “digested” Adam Schiff’s 300-page report from just one day before. Stanford Law School professor Pamela Karlan was visibly angry in her opening statement at the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, as…

FNC’s Wallace to GOP Rep. Collins: ‘You’re Pretty Wound Up’ on Impeachment

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” anchor Chris Wallace seemingly dismissed Rep. Doug Collins’ (R-GA) defense against House Democrat-led impeachment, claiming he seemed “wound up” in his statements. Collins said, “I have a question, why are they hiding this stuff from us? Give us all the materials and don’t let Jerry Nadler write…

Evening Update: NPR Boss Is In Hot Water, Trump Expands ‘Remain In Mexico,’ House...

NPR’s incoming boss is in some hot water. Daily Caller video columnist Stephanie Hamill heads on down to the Daily Caller News Foundation to talk to investigative reporter Luke Rosiak about John Lansing’s potential involvement in some insider trading. Hamill also chats with immigration reporter Jason Hopkins about President Trump’s move to expand the “Remain…

House Judiciary Committee Forging Ahead on Impeachment Despite Most Americans Opposing It

The House Judiciary Committee plans to vote on a resolution as early as Wednesday to formalize procedures for its so-called impeachment inquiry in hopes of moving it along faster this fall, according to reports. This is despite the full House never taking a vote on impeachment and only a third of the House backing impeachment…

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