Wondering if the Tea Party caucus in the House intentionally gives John Boehner headaches? One congressman says that is the case.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) appeared on Fox News Monday morning and was asked by anchor Bill Hemmer if the most conservative members of the chamber gives the House Speaker “fits.”
Gohmert indicated that they are indeed making Boehner’s job more difficult.
“In one of our conferences I was trying to be nice and I said, “Look, I know it’s got to be difficult negotiating with the man in the White House’ and he leaned into his mic and said ‘And dealing with you,'” he said.
“So I take that as a ‘yes’?” Hemmer asked.
Gohmert replied, “You would take it correctly.”
WATCH: Video from Fox News, which is from September 26, 2011.
Android phones to get ‘ShakeAlert’ earthquake warnings — and phones may double as tremor detectors
Android phones will receive warnings triggered by a "ShakeAlert" earthquake early-warning system implemented on the West Coast by the US Geological Survey and partners.
ShakeAlert uses signals from hundreds of seismometers across the state to trigger warning messages that "an earthquake has begun and shaking is imminent," according to the system's website.
"We saw an opportunity to use Android to provide people with timely, helpful earthquake information when they search, as well as a few seconds warning to get themselves and their loved ones to safety if needed," principal software engineer Marc Stogaitis said in a blog post.
Trump’s irrational fear that windmills will ‘destroy the country’ makes him the butt of jokes
The leader of the free world ranted about windmills while calling into Sean Hannity's Fox News show on Monday.
"If you see a windmill and you hear a windmill, your home goes down by half, or less than half. It kills all the birds," Trump falsely claimed.
"The whole thing is crazy, what they want to do, and they'll destroy the country," Trump argued.
Here's some of what people were saying about his fear of windmills:
QAnon Republican’s campaign kicks journalist out of event after he covered sexist slur against Pelosi: report
According to Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Greg Bluestein, pro-QAnon congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene's campaign kicked him out of their election watch party shortly after he reported on the content of her victory speech from the primary runoff — saying that it was a closed press event.
Bluestein documented Greene attacking both mainstream Republicans and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) whom she referred to as "that b*tch."