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Can We Have More of This, Please?
The Worst and Stupidest People in the World:
The Worst Asshole Alive:
The GQP is immoral, unethical, and lacks a conscience:
House GOP plans vote to remove Omar from Foreign Affairs as soon as Wednesday
This Republican single mom wants the GOP to stop ‘being a**holes to women’. What will she do about it?
hen Rep Nancy Mace of South Carolina walks into her office in the Longworth House Office building on Thursday, she stops to look at the television to see what Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has to say on the floor of the US Congress.
Earlier this month, the congresswomen wound up on the same side of a fight when they both supported Kevin McCarthy to become speaker of the House.
But they haven’t always had an easy relationship. In late 2021, the two engaged in a war of words after Ms Greene – the right-wing firebrand Republican who has peddled in conspiracy theories, antisemitism and racism – accused Ms Mace of being “pro-abort.” That led to Ms Mace using emojis to call her “bats**t” and said “bless her f***ing heart.”
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Extreme Court Craven Assholes:
‘They come to me’: Jane Roberts’ legal recruiting work involved officials whose agencies had cases before the Supreme Court
In newly revealed testimony, the wife of Chief Justice John Roberts said she worked for “U.S. attorneys, cabinet officials, former senators” and more.
Jane Roberts, the wife of Chief Justice John Roberts, acknowledges having represented a wide variety of public officials — including senior Justice Department officials and Cabinet members — as they transitioned to jobs in the private sector, according to testimony in an arbitration hearing to resolve a lawsuit filed by an ex-colleague against her former legal recruiting business.