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Wednesday July 28th, 2021 night edition

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Officer Daniel Hodges referred to pro-Trump Jan. 6 rioters as "terrorists.".

Hodges was brutally assualted by the insurrections during the Capitol attack.

DC Police Officer Daniel Hodges during a House hearing regarding January 6 on Tuesday repeatedly referred to pro-Trump insurrectionists who stormed the US Capitol as "terrorists.".

Hodges during his testimony pointed to the hypocrisy of the rioters carrying symbols of support for law enforcement as officers were simultaneously and brutally assaulted.

A man in front of me grabbed my baton ... he bashed me in the face and head with it ...

Four officers, including Hodges, testified on Tuesday before the House select committee on January 6.

Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, two of the most outspoken Republican critics of Trump's election lies, are serving on the Jan. 6 commission. »

Trump could be forced to testify over Capitol riot, says Liz Cheney: ‘This is not a game’

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Miss Cheney made the suggestion on Tuesday morning on ABC’s Good Morning America.

“There are some in my party, including Leader McCarthy, who continue to act as though this is about partisan politics, I think it’s really sad.

In response, the Republican congresswoman said that her party’s own leader in the House could very well be a material witness to the events of the riot. »

I’m a Parkland Shooting Survivor. QAnon Convinced My Dad It Was All a Hoax.

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Bill’s final semester at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, was already difficult enough.

Bill first posted his story on QAnon Casualties, a Reddit thread dedicated to helping family members and friends of QAnon believers.

Greene has repeatedly voiced support for QAnon and claimed the Parkland shooting was a hoax. »

Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville violated federal transparency law by failing to properly disclose stock transactions worth up to $3.56 million

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Sen. Tommy Tuberville, the junior Republican from Alabama, failed to properly disclose stock and stock-option trades together worth at least $894,000 and as much as $3.56 million, according to an Insider analysis of newly filed Senate records.

Federal lawmakers violate the STOCK Act's transparency provision if they don't formally disclose a trade in a certified report within 45 days of a stock trade.

Former Rep. Harley Rouda, a Democrat of California who's attempting a comeback, also failed to properly disclose stock trades. »