republican lawyer snaps at gop congressman who called for a 'purge' at the fb

by Verna Sanford I 3 min read

Did Hampton Republican Party chair attack first black Defense Secretary?

The Republican Party of Hampton, Virginia last week became aware of a February 2021 Facebook post by Hampton Electoral Board Chair David Dietrich. In the post, Dietrich attacked Austin-the first Black Defense Secretary in U.S. history-and other Democratic leaders. The controversy was first reported by local WAVY News 10.

Why is the Hampton GOP calling on Mark Dietrich to resign?

On Thursday, the Hampton GOP called on Dietrich to step down, reiterating the call on Friday-sharing a screenshot of the post. The local Republicans said Dietrich had used "abhorrent and unacceptable racist language that has no place in our Party or our Commonwealth." It said it immediately called on him to resign after learning of the post.

Why is John Biggs being mentioned in Trump pardon request letter?

In their May letter to Biggs requesting information, the House Committee said that the Arizona congressman's name was mentioned by a former White House personnel as being part of efforts by some Republicans to seek a presidential pardon for "activities taken in connection with President Trump's efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 preside...

Did GOP seek a pardon from Trump before he left office?

Speaking to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, rep. Adam Schiff, who is part of the January 6 panel, suggested that GOP lawmakers seeking a pre-emptive pardon from Trump before he left office showed a "consciousness of guilt."

Watch a portion of Painter's interview below

"That man does not belong in Congress, and I don't care which party he's in": Former White House ethics counsel Richard Painter reacts to Rep. Francis Rooney calling for a "purge" at the FBI

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