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Republican lawmakers are split over whether to pay tribute to Donald Trump by visiting the former president at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

Representatives Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Lauren Boebert (R-CO) are visiting for a Saturday night fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago to help raise money for the 2022 re-election campaign of Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT).

Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) met with Trump at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday and Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) was spotted at Mar-a-Lago on Friday night.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is planning a visit.

But Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) won’t be going.

“The Kentucky Republican is ‘not going to bend the knee’ and travel to Mar-a-Lago, a close McConnell associate told CNN, adding that McConnell will ‘probably never speak’ to Trump again if he can avoid it,” CNN reported Saturday.

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“If they don’t figure it out soon, some GOP leaders fear, there could be a major crash ahead. As some see it, that presents the greatest risk for McConnell, who — despite his power in the Senate — isn’t nearly as popular as Trump with Republican voters across the country,” CNN explained.

“It’s a “collision between a tractor-trailer and a Volkswagen,” said one person familiar with both Trump and McConnell’s thinking, emphasizing the damage that Trump and his massive base of loyal supporters are capable of inflicting.”
(Raw story)

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Arizona GOP Lawmakers Move To Ban Private Funds For Election Operations

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The monumental task of hosting an election in the middle of the pandemic was aided in part by private funding.

Now some Republican representatives in the Arizona House want to prohibit state and local election officials from accepting those dollars in future elections. House Bill 2569 would make it illegal to spend private funds to prepare for or conduct an election, or even register voters.

Rep. Jake Hoffman (R-Queen Creek) said he sponsored the bill because elections should be funded solely by the government.

“This bill is about impartiality in our election process, plain and simple,” he said.

Democrats said there wasn’t anything unfair about the way those funds were used. But for some Republicans, the issue was the source. Nine Arizona counties received grants funded through a nonpartisan nonprofit by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. So did the Secretary of State’s Office.

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Jen Marson, executive director of the Arizona Association of Counties, said those dollars were vital to help cover costs associated with the extraordinary circumstances of the pandemic.

Democrats also cited voter information campaigns, particularly one run through the Secretary of State’s Office, as essential to combatting the spread of disinformation about voting — an argument Rep. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, took issue with.

“One person’s disinformation is another person’s truth. The thought that government officials involved in elections would decide what’s true and what’s false, and they try to spin peoples’ minds on it is frightening to me,” Kavanagh said.

The bill passed the House Government and Elections Committee 7-6 on party lines.

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PART TWO: Daniel McCarthy calls out Republicans at Arizona GOP meeting

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WOW! Part Two! Daniel calls out republicans!

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Interesting moment: PART ONE . Daniel McCarthy, a former U.S. Senate candidate addresses the crowd at the AZ GOP Statutory

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Call the cops Daniel! Watch the shocking clip below!

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