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MSNBC 11 Jan 2021

Rep. Dean: 'Shame On Those' Who Continued To Challenge Election After Capitol Riots

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Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-Pa.) discusses Republicans voting to overturn the Electoral College results because of safety concerns. Aired on 01/11/2021.


"To propagate or put fuel on the...misinformation that's out there is pandering," Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) told Ayman. Senator Johnson (R-WI) "owes it to the people of Wisconsin to let them know whether he's going to override and object to their electors...or stand by the will of the people." Aired on 1/5/2021.
Some of America's biggest companies are suspending donations to Republican Congress members who objected to the Electoral College's votes.
The growing list of those corporations, including BlueCross BlueShield, Citigroup (C), Commerce Bank and Marriott (MAR), comes after a pro-Trump mob breached the US Capitol last Wednesday to fight against the ceremonial counting of electoral votes that confirmed President-elect Joe Biden's win.
147 Republicans voted against certification of the electoral votes in a joint session of Congress last Wednesday evening. They included Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville, among hundreds other congress members.
"At the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, we continuously evaluate our political contributions to ensure that those we support share our values and goals," said Kim Keck, BlueCross BlueShield's president and CEO, in a statement. "In light of this week's violent, shocking assault on the United States Capitol, and the votes of some members of Congress to subvert the results of November's election by challenging Electoral College results, BCBSA will suspend contributions to those lawmakers who voted to undermine our democracy."
The health insurance company's BLUEPAC political action committee -- supported only by employee contributions -- donated $246,750 to Republican lawmakers during the 2020 cycle. That included $10,000 to Sen. Tuberville, $1,000 to Sen. Marshall and $500 to Sen. Hawley.
BlueCross BlueShield said it's stopping donations to all 147 Republicans who challenged the Electoral College results.
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Spain will set up a registry of people who refuse to be vaccinated against the new coronavirus and share it with other European Union member states, although it will not be made public, Health Minister Salvador Illa said Monday.
The Department of Justice says 97 federal charges have been filed, and the FBI has 330 open cases as new information about the Capitol siege comes to light. NBC's Ken Dilanian reports on the investigations so far.

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