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Loren Culp, refusing to concede Washington gubernatorial race, turns on top Republicans

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SEATTLE — Loren Culp lost Washington’s gubernatorial race by more than 545,000 votes, but he’s not conceding — and says he’s not going away.Culp, the Republican who took 43% of the statewide vote against Gov. Jay Inslee, has taken a page from President Donald Trump’s playbook by attempting to sow doubts about the election results and lobbing unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.In recent days, he and his campaign manager, Chris Gergen, also have turned their anger on top Washington Republicans, including Secretary of State Kim Wyman and state House Minority Leader J.T. Wilcox.The post-electio…

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The GOP has become the mouthpiece for whatever Fox News ‘propagandists’ want: ex-Ted Cruz aide

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In her column for the conservative Bulwark, the former speechwriter for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) explained that once upon a time, the Fox News network and its primetime hosts were cheerleaders for Republican lawmakers but now they call the shots knowing they can make or break conservative politicians by offering or withholding access to the network.

According to Amanda Carpenter, the symbiotic bond between GOP lawmakers and the popular conservative news network resembles the creepy relationship between a parasite and its host.

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GOP Gov. Brian Kemp tells Trump he won’t break the law to help him steal Georgia

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Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday responded to President Donald Trump's latest attacks, in which the president demanded he conduct an impossible-to-perform election audit.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Kemp's office responded to Trump on Monday and told him that the governor would not break the law to help him overturn the already-certified Georgia election results.

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Conservative slams ‘propaganda princess’ Maria Bartiromo for fawning over Trump’s election lies

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As enraged as President Donald Trump is with Fox News for calling Arizona for President-elect Joe Biden on Election Day, he isn't avoiding the right-wing cable news outlet altogether. Trump, in fact, was interviewed by Fox News' Maria Bartiromo on Sunday morning, November 29, using her show to voice his unfounded claims of widespread election fraud. And conservative CNN pundit Amanda Carpenter, later that morning, was vehemently critical of Bartiromo for not challenging Trump's nonsense.

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