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Isaac Arnsdorf

Trump Just Endorsed An Oath Keeper’s Plan To Seize Control Of The Republican Party
The “precinct strategy” widely promoted by Steve Bannon has already inspired thousands of Trump supporters to fill local GOP positions, intent on preventing a “stolen election.”
Oath Keepers Oath Keepers In The State House: How A Militia Movement Took Root In The Republican Mainstream
A membership roster for the Oath Keepers, a violent extremist group whose followers have been charged in the Jan. 6 insurrection, includes state lawmakers, congressional candidates, and local government and GOP officials.
WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 3: President Donald Trump listens during a Veterans Affairs Department "telehealth" event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC on Thursday, Aug 03, 2017. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Buddies Tried To Get The VA To Sell Access To Veterans’ Medical Records
A congressional investigation prompted by ProPublica’s reporting found Trump’s “Mar-a-Lago crowd,” wealthy civilians with no U.S. government or military experience, pursued a plan to monetize veterans’ medical data.
Heeding Steve Bannon’s Call, Election Deniers Organize To Seize Control Of The GOP—And Reshape America’s Elections
Marjorie Taylor Greene Appeared In A Super PAC Ad Asking For Money. That Might Break The Rules.
Greene is working with a Republican ad maker who has a history of racist remarks and ties to extremist gun groups.
Trump Spawned a New Group of Mega-Donors Who Now Hold Sway Over the GOP’s Future
How Josh Hawley And Marjorie Taylor Greene Juiced Their Fundraising Numbers
Politicians get the veneer of grassroots support, while shadowy consultants get rich.
Mo Brooks Compared Biden’s Election To The Start of the Civil War. Now He Wants A Senate Seat.
Why We Can’t Make Vaccine Doses Any Faster
President Biden has promised enough doses for all American adults by this summer. There’s not much even the Defense Production Act can do to deliver doses before then.
AURORA, CO - DECEMBER 15: Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center investigational pharmacy technician Sara Berech holds a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine before it is administered in a clinical trial on December 15, 2020 in Aurora, Colorado. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be submitted for emergency use by late January and is the only vaccine among leading candidates given as a single dose. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images) How Operation Warp Speed Created Vaccination Chaos
States are struggling to plan their vaccination programs with just one week’s notice for how many doses they’ll receive from the federal government. The incoming Biden administration is deciding what to do with this dysfunctional system.
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