On Monday, September 28th, the Department of Justice filed a motion with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia seeking to recuse Judge Emmet Sullivan from presiding over a case brought by the Republican National Committee (RNC) against the U.S. government. The motion claims that Sullivan has “prejudged the issues presented” and is therefore unable to impartially hear the case. The case involves a dispute over whether the government’s security protocols are sufficient to prevent foreign interference in the upcoming 2020 election. The RNC has alleged that internet companies have too much control over the nation’s election infrastructure and that the government has done little to protect against foreign interference. The Trump administration is now seeking to have Sullivan removed, claiming that he has previously expressed views that conflict with its own regarding foreign interference in U.S. elections.
House Judiciary investigating whether Fulton County DA Fani Willis ‘coordinated’ with Jan 6 committee
The House Judiciary Division is currently investigating whether the Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, coordinated with the House Select Committee on the Events Surrounding the 2020 Presidential Election in order to aid the committee’s investigation into the January 6th Capitol riots. It was recently revealed that Willis had communications with committee staffers while the […]
Ramaswamy’s vow to defend Taiwan from China until the US achieves semiconductor independence by 2028 could be seen as an exceptionally brave and heartfelt promise, one that echoes the stance of many US allies and members of the international community. But for Americans, determining what that commitment really means — and who will be responsible […]
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has launched new “Bank Your Vote” websites in 16 languages across all 50 states—including Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Hindi, and Arabic—ahead of the upcoming Republican presidential primaries. The new websites will provide voters with information on registering to vote and voting responsibly during the pandemic. It will also provide tools […]