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Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) claimed on Sunday that Democrats who disagree with Supreme Court must "hate democracy" despite the fact that he lobbied to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
During an interview on Fox News, Lee lashed out at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) after she said that a Supreme Court ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was "catastrophic" for "the sake of the planet."
"This begs the question," Lee responded. "Why do they hate democracy? Why do they hate allowing people to elect their own representatives to make laws? That's really what we're dealing with here."
"What is so offensive to them about the idea of having laws enacted by lawmakers who are elected by the people," he continued. "It's as though they hate the democratic process itself."
Earlier this year, the House Select Committee on Jan. 6 released text messages showing how Lee lobbied to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election after Donald Trump lost.
Watch the video below from Fox News.
During an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union," Rep Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) bashed his former House colleague Kristi Noem for her defense of Donald Trump's complicity in the Jan 6th insurrection saying the Noem he knew appears to be a victim of the "invasion of the body snatchers."
Following Noem's appearance, moments before, where the anti-abortion South Dakota governor ducked questions about a pregnant 10-year-old girl's difficulties getting an abortion, the Jan 6th House committee member was asked about her deflecting blame away from the former president over the Capitol riot he incited after losing the 2020 presidential election as well as her attack on witness Cassidy Hutchinson.
"I want to get your reaction from what you heard from the South Dakota Governor, Kristi Noem, particularly on January 6th talking, about the fact that she didn't think specifically that the former president had any blame," Bash prompted. "She said everybody has blame. She also put into question the credibility of Cassidy Hutchinson."
"Yeah, I mean, this -- I'm blown away," Kinzinger replied. "This is not -- I served with Kristi Noem in the House. It's like invasion of the body snatchers, this is not the Kristi Noem I served with."
"The Kristi Noem I served with, you know, was conservative, dedicated to truth," he elaborated. "And I at the time would have thought would put her country above her political career at any moment. It is clear she is running for president or vice president. She's scared to death of the base."
"For her to call into question, you know, a 26-year-old patriot who stood in front of the committee alone and told the truth, and then to avoid saying that Donald Trump bore even an ounce of responsibility for January 6th,I get amazed still every day by what some of my colleagues do," he continued.
"This is one of the biggest ones, she used to something very different," he added.
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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) declined to say on Sunday if he would sign a bill removing abortion exceptions for rape because they only represent a "real small, minor number" of cases.
During an interview on Fox News, host Mike Emmanuel asked Reeves if he would remove the abortion exceptions for rape in Mississippi.
Reeves sidestepped the question by insisting that the bill would never make it through the legislature.
"There's a lot of effort, particularly in Washington and other places mainly by the Democrats, to try to talk only about the real small, minor number of exceptions that may exist," he complained. "Over 90% of all abortions that are done in America, some 63 million babies aborted since Roe was wrongly decided in 1973, over 90% of those are elective abortions."
Reeves argued that the "far-left" should not be talking about "all these exceptions and minor numbers."
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