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In strange move Clarence Thomas – not Chief Justice Roberts – to administer oath to Amy Coney Barrett

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Clarence Thomas (Saul Loeb:AFP)

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will not officiate the swearing in of soon-to-be confirmed Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett Monday night. Instead, Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, whose wife is a close Trump ally, will do the honors.

The event is set to take place between 8 and 9 PM Monday night, according the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and media reports.

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It’s unclear why the Chief Justice will not be administering the oath, but Justice Thomas and especially his wife, far right activist and lobbyist Ginni Thomas (photo) are close to the Trump white House.

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Georgia Republicans slammed for only caring about Trump’s voter fraud lies when it threatens to harm them

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Republicans are growing increasingly worried that conspiracy theories about mass election fraud may depress voter turnout and could cost them in the upcoming Georgia runoffs, and according to the Washington Post's Greg Sargent, there's a "vile aspect" to this development that's no laughing matter.

"Georgia Republicans don’t mind when Trump lies about the integrity of their elections in a way that they think will help them," he writes. "They only mind when Trump lies about the integrity of their elections in a way that threatens to harm them."

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Donald Trump Jr. wants to become head of the NRA – and fire Wayne LaPierre

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Now that his father won't be president much longer, Donald Trump, Jr. is looking for a means to expand his base. There have been rumors he would seek a presidential run in 2024, if his father does not.

But Trump, Jr. now has his eyes on someone else's job: NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre's.

The National Rifle Association is in deep distress. The New York Attorney General is trying to completely shut it down. There are reports of massive accounting and cash irregularities, including lavish lifestyle payments for its top brass. There are also the reports of its alleged ties to Russia and the $30 million it spent in 2016 to help put Donald Trump in the White House.

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More Republican Senators seem open to another huge stimulus — despite McConnell’s resistance

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While COVID-19 vaccines are on their way, the impact of the pandemic has worsened in the United States due to large gatherings, holiday travel and the ongoing resistance of some to wear a mask. Eviction rates are climbing, contributing to more COVID cases, bankruptcies are up too, and small businesses are struggling to stay afloat or closing their doors forever.

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