House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) on Sunday disputed allegations that President Donald Trump reached out to him to coordinate an alibi after the Capitol was attacked by Trump-supporting insurrectionists on Jan. 6.
The military’s problems with white supremacy and right wing violence run deep, and it shows. Facebook groups for these groups shine the light on it.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered a 60-day stand-down in all branches of the military to begin the work of rooting out right-wing extremists—and right-wing pundits are predictably unhappy.
Michael Flynn's brother, Lt. Gen. Charles Flynn slow-walked sending in the National Guard on Jan 6 because of "optics," and the Army covered up his involvement.
Republican Party Chair Ronna McDaniel on Sunday declined to say whether former President Donald Trump has reflected on his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Extremism in their own ranks is problem Number One. After Jan 6, it's impossible to ignore. Hopefully.