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Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives have introduced a resolution to censure (i.e., formally reprimand) a Democrat official in the chamber who is trying to get Rudy Giuliani’s law license cancelled because of the ex-NYC mayor’s efforts in contesting the 2020 election results.
Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-Paterson) today lashed out at a Republican congressman from Arizona who wants the House to censure him for seeking to disbar former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and 22 other attorneys who have filed lawsuits seeking to change the results of the election, which Joe Biden won, in favor of President Donald Trump.
ARepublican congressman said Americans had chosen freedom after the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) revealed that more than two million travelers had passed through their checkpoints over the weekend leading up to the Thanksgiving holidays.
Several top Republican politicians have hit out at Democrats for imposing restrictions on travel and gatherings ahead of Thanksgiving, accusing them of hypocrisy and violating the Constitution.
When the 117th Congress convenes in January, COVID-19 precautions will prevent the 435 House members from gathering in the chamber together, so opening day festivities of swearing in members and electing the speaker will look a little different.
Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., on Monday praised the 2 million passengers who flew around the country over the weekend ahead of Thanksgiving, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Those calling on President Trump and others to listen to the scientists on the coronavirus may not necessarily mean all the science, as the release of a highly anticipated Danish trial on the efficacy of masks suggests.
Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR) is expected to introduce a resolution in the House this week that calls for an end to US involvement in the war in Yemen. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) is expected to co-sponsor the legislation, making the bill a bipartisan rebuke to the war, similar to a resolution President Trump vetoed in 2019.