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A Capitol hearing on rioting kicks off with cops blaming Trump and the Republican Party on Jan. 3. 6 turbulence

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A Capitol hearing on the riots kicks off with blaming Trump and Republicans on Jan. 6 turbulenceFour police officers defended the U.S. Capitol from a crowd that invaded it on January 3. 6 Former President Trump – and his Republican loyalists – criticized Trump for allegedly inspiring the attack and then downplaying it.

They asked members of a House select committee investigating the day’s events to get into the guilt of Trump and the Republican Party.

“You guys are the only ones we have to deal with the crimes that are happening overhead us,” said Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges. “I want you guys to talk about whether anyone in power had a role in this. If anyone in power coordinated, aided, abetted or belittled this, try to forbid the investigation of this terrorist attack.”

The officers made the comments prior a panel without antagonistic questions. Republicans withdrew all appointees to the committee following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, barred two of them for being close to Trump.

The fact that only Republicans in the committee – deputies. Adam Kinzinger, Republican of Illinois, and Liz Cheney, Republican of Wyo. – Chosen by Pelosi for a hearing with little opposition or fireworks. But with a body cam video and emotional testimony, the hearing was still touching and at times controversial. Click here for more information on our top story.

In other developments:New York Times reporter deletes tweets urging Trump supporters to call them ‘enemies of the state’ amid backlash
– re come back. Jordan accuses Pelosi of firing him from the third of January. 6 Capitol Committee To Ask “Essential” Questions
Representative of the Republican Party. Jim Banks: Democratic Led, Jan. The Sixth Hearing of the Capitol Hill Committee Was ‘The Art of Performance’
Hannity: Jan. Committee 6’s sole aim is to “discredit Donald Trump and the Republican Party on national television”
– Monday. Kennedy: If partisanship was an Olympic sport, Pelosi would get the gold
CNN’s Jon Avlon praised Cheney and Kinzinger for an “escalation” on January 3rd. Sixth Committee: ‘This is about patriotism’

Seattle calls in more police following six shootings in one weekendThe mayor of Seattle has called for the city to rebuild a depleted police force following six divide shootings rocked Washington state’s largest metro area over the weekend.

“As a city, we cannot persevere on this current path of losing police officers,” Major Seattle Jenny Durkan said during a news conference on Monday. “Over the former 17 months, the Seattle Police Department has lost 250 police officers, which equates to more than 300,000 hours of service. We’re on track to lose 300 police officers.”

Durkan added that the weekend’s violence served as a “reminder” of the existence of positive emergencies that require sworn police officers.

“It’s a incorrect choice between community-led solutions and police officers,” Durkan said. “We need both.” Click here for more.

In other developments:– Activists Claim Police Not Preventing Crime Like Saying “There’s No Evidence That Water Was Wet”: Keira Davis
– A Colorado police officer charged following allegations of flogging and strangling a man during his arrest
– Alabama police officer shot lifeless in an ambush outside the house during lunch burst
Soros gave $1 million to a group trying to quit police forces as violent crime surged across the country

Simone Biles withdraws from all-around singles competitionAmerican gymnast Simone Biles said in a statement beforetime Wednesday that she will not participate in the individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Games and will instead focus on her mental health.

The decision comes a day following she withdrew from the team’s overall competition.

Jade Curry, who finished ninth in the playoffs, will take Biles’ place in the all-around singles competition.

“Following further medical evaluation, Simone Biles has withdrew from the final individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympics,” USA Gymnastics said in a statement posted to Twitter Wednesday night. “We strongly support Simone’s decision and applaud her courage in prioritizing her well-being. Her courage shows, once again, why she is a role model for so many.”

The statement said Biles will be assessed daily to see if she can “participate in the singles event finals next week.” Click here for more.

In other developments:Simone Biles receives support from FC Atleta: ‘We are an inspiration’
– Column: For Biles, everything eventually becomes too much
Ledecky won the gold at the Tokyo Games in the women’s 1500m freestyle
Iranian dissident protests anti-Semitism by awarding an Olympic medal to Israel and thanking a state in Hebrew


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Abbott orders the Texas National Guard to assist with arrests at the US-Mexico border
Swalwell’s relationship with a Chinese spy relinquished to the CIA: Breitbart editor محرر

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– Google’s revenue rises with the booming online advertising market
Activision Blizzard CEO sends letters to employees, admits ‘deafening tone’ response to lawsuit
– City of Wyoming hopes Bill Gates’ TerraPower nuclear plant will replace more than 200 coal-related jobs

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Greg Gutfeld Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot dubbed “Andrew Cuomo of Chicago” on Tuesday night “Gutfeld!” Saying that the main Windy City “much prefer the conversation of race to crime.”

But Gutfeld claimed that Lightfoot was distinct from New York’s Democratic governor only because “her bodies don’t pile up in nursing homes, they pile up in the streets – they’re brown, they’re black and they’re young.”

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