GOP makes stunning ‘voter fraud’ admission to SCOTUS

Demand an investigation into Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s history of sexual misconduct!


Top Stories for March 3:

A GOP lawyer says the quiet part out loud in SCOTUS voting rights case

Justices’ skepticism about existing Arizona election laws, prompted the GOP lawyer to openly admit their position was about siezing advantage over Democrats through voter restrictions.

Take Action: Tell judges to throw out Trump and Republicans’ schemes to suppress the vote!

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Marjorie Taylor Greene tries to oppose a bill and instantly humiliates herself

The QAnon congresswoman predictably played the victim card, lamenting the “real voter suppression” taking place in Congress — i.e., the reasonable security measures put in place following the deadly MAGA riots she helped incite in January.

Take Action: Add your name to demand Trump and his network be prosecuted for their crimes.

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FBI chief warns violent “domestic terrorism” spreading throughout US
FBI Director Christopher Wray bluntly labeled the MAGA riot at the US Capitol as “domestic terrorism” in sworn testimony and warned of a rapidly growing threat of homegrown violent extremism, adding, “The amount of angry, hateful, unspeakable, combative, violent even, rhetoric on social media exceeds what anybody in their worst imagination (thinks) is out there.”

Take Action: Tell President Biden and Congress to close Guantanamo Bay!

Texas and Mississippi to lift mask mandates and roll back restrictions
The GOP governors of Texas and Mississippi are lifting their states’ mask mandates and rolling back many pandemic-related health restrictions, just one day after the CDC warned against complacency in the face of emerging virus variants.

GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson made sexual comments, drank alcohol, and took Ambien while working as White House physician

The Pentagon inspector general issued a scathing review of Rep. Ronny Jackson during his time serving as the top White House physician, concluding that he made “sexual and denigrating” comments about a female subordinate, violated the policy for drinking alcohol while on a presidential trip, and took prescription-strength sleeping medication that prompted concerns from his colleagues about his ability to provide proper care.

Trump facing probes from 5 independently elected investigators
Five independently elected investigators have turned their attention to the disgraced ex-president, a sign his legal woes are mounting as he no longer enjoys the protections once afforded to him by the Oval Office.

Take Action: Tell President Biden: End the forever war

Elizabeth Warren on using 14th Amendment to bar Trump from 2024 run

No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen: We’ve been waiting for this.

Capitol Police beef up security for March 4 amid concerns over QAnon “true inauguration” conspiracy theory
QAnon followers actually believe that Donald Trump will return to power on March 4. Brace yourselves.

Neera Tanden’s OMB nomination sunk by “mean” tweets, shocking double standard
Tanden’s nomination was in trouble after multiple key senators — including West Virginia’s Joe Manchin — said they wouldn’t support her, citing past “mean” tweets criticizing some members of Congress.

Joe Manchin vows to pull a Mitch McConnell on Biden’s entire agenda
With the biggest opportunity for change in over 10 years, the Democrats are being held back by one of their own.

Multiple victims step forward with allegations of abuse by Derek Chauvin, the officer who killed George Floyd
Multiple people who had run-ins with Chauvin before last year’s deadly encounter have accused him of using excessive force, but their formal complaints went nowhere.



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Today’s Action: Tell the Senate to pass the Equality Act!

Only 20 states have full anti-discrimination laws for LGBTQ+ people…leaving those in the other 30 states completely vulnerable to attack without protections.

In most states, home to about 50% of LGBTQ+ Americans, people can still be denied housing or lodging, or even kicked out of their home for even the perception that they are gay or transgender.

Nearly two-thirds of LGBTQ+ youth have experienced discrimination at school, and the results are heartbreaking; they are much more likely to miss class, have lower grades, and struggle with self-esteem, a sense of belonging, and depression. And LGBTQ+ educators, in the same unprotected environments, can be fired just for being who they are.

We need the Equality Act.

The Equality Act has passed the House and now moves onto the Senate, where it faces an uphill battle to secure the 60 votes needed to bypass the Jim Crow filibuster. Call or email your Senators and demand: 1) they support and pass the Equality Act, and 2) if they can’t reach 60 votes, they must repeal the Jim Crow filibuster…and then pass the Equality Act.

The Equality Act  will include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected characteristics under civil rights law – finally legally protecting LGBTQ+ people nationwide from discrimination.

The Democratic-led House passed the Equality Act in 2019, but it collected dust in the GOP-controlled Senate. With Democrats now in power, we must move with urgency – because every day that we delay, our LGBTQ+ communities continue to face hostile living and work environments.

For far too long, our country has denied basic protections to LGBTQ+ people. Let’s end this NOW by passing the Equality Act.

Email or call (202.224.3121) your Senators and demand they pass the Equality Act, to provide essential civil rights protections to all LGBTQ+ people. Tell Democrats: if they can’t reach 60 votes, they must abolish the filibuster to secure these important protections!

PS — Please don’t forget to sign the petition demanding an investigation into Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s history of sexual misconduct, and be sure to follow OD Action on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


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