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Marjorie Taylor Greene Uses MLK Day to Announce ‘A New Segregation’ for the Unvaccinated.

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This is a reprint from Newsweek.

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Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene used MLK Day to claim there is a “new segregation” for people who are unvaccinated against the coronavirus. Politicians across the United States honored the work of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday. But Greene, a Georgia Republican, appeared to equate the segregation faced by Black Americans to vaccine requirements in a Gettr post.

 

“Thanks to the hard work of Rev MLK Jr. and others, growing up in Georgia, I’ve seen the beautiful fruit that blossomed from the Civil Rights Era, where segregation ended & equality began,” she wrote. “Today, I believe we are seeing a new segregation and discrimination beginning, wrongfully forced upon unvaccinated Americans by the tyrants of the Democrat Party.” She added: “Our freedoms come from our Almighty God, and we must not let any man take them away.”

Some cities across the United States have implemented vaccine requirements to enter some public places, including restaurants and gyms, in an attempt to convince people to take the vaccine, which has proven to prevent serious illness from the virus. The Biden administration also implemented a vaccine mandate for healthcare workers. But the Supreme Court last week blocked a further-reaching federal requirement for large companies to mandate vaccines.

 

 

 

 

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Economy

Here’s how you do infrastructure. Senate Republicans outline their own infrastructure plan — here’s what’s in it.

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Here’s how you do infrastructure. Senate Republicans outline their own infrastructure plan — here’s what’s in it. No green garbage or elderly care. And no new taxes on the working men and women. User fees that everyone who drives pays. Also money from the bloated stimulus bill would be put to good use. Here’s how the money will be spent.

  • $299 billion for roads and bridges
  • $65 billion for broadband
  • $61 billion for public transit
  • $44 billion for airports
  • $35 billion for drinking water and waste water systems
  • $20 billion for railways
  • $17 billion for ports and inland waterways
  • $14 billion for water storage
  • $13 billion for safety measures

 

https://www.cnbc.com/video/2021/04/22/senate-gop-unveils-568-billion-infrastructure-proposal.html

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Politics

Was it really that long ago that Democrats represented the working man and woman? Ohio Dem says many in party ‘can’t understand’ working-class concerns

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Was it really that long ago that Democrats represented the working man and woman? Ohio Dem says many in party ‘can’t understand’ working-class concerns. Here’s what’s scary. Tell me what this means.

Of the top 20 wealthiest districts, 19 are represented by Democrats. Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) district is the fourth-richest in the nation, according to Kaptur’s data.

Democrats also dominate the upper half of the nation’s districts by a clear margin, with the bottom half disproportionately choosing Republicans as their members of Congress.

Appalled when a fellow Democrat said this to Congresswoman Kaptur.

A Democratic colleague of Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) recently suggested a simple solution to the economic problems afflicting the industrial Midwest.

“ ‘Well, Congresswoman Kaptur, the answer is: Leave,’ ” Kaptur says she was told by the Democratic member, whom she declined to name.

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Politics

Why 2022 will be different. Republicans cemented their grip on power for the next decade.

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Why 2022 will be different. Republicans cemented their grip on power for the next decade. So the Democrats think that they are in the drivers seat. Under Obama the Republicans won over 1,000 state and local seats. In 2018 the Democrats won only 300 some. But this past November the Republicans won back almost 500 seats.

Democrats failed to flip any of the legislative chambers they targeted and Republicans came out of election night in nearly the best possible position for drawing districts, according to an analysis by FiveThirtyEight, and will have the opportunity to draw 188 congressional seats, 43% of the House of Representatives. Democrats will have a chance to draw at most just 73 seats. Republicans will probably also be able to draw districts that will make it more difficult for Democrats to hold their majority in the US House in 2022.

And in closing, The Democrats have four Senate seats that look vulnerable. Arizona-Mark Kelly, New Hampshire- Maggie Hassan, Nevada- Catherine Cortez Mastro, and Colorado- Michael Bennett.

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