More news links on today's historic and deadly hot mess and/or insurrection with a local focus . . . And as the voting continues.Across State Line & The Aisle
Representatives from Kansas and Missouri are reacting on social media after President Trump's supporters breached the U.S. Capitol building Wednesday. The Associated Press reported that according to a source, a woman who was shot inside the Capitol has died. The shooting came as dozens of protesters breached security perimeters and entered the U.S.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) condemned Wednesday's events at the U.S. Capitol after supporters of President Trump breached the U.S. Capitol. Marshall, who announced over the weekend that he would object to the Electoral College's results, said he condemns the violence at the highest level.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley and Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall both held steadfast in their opposition to the certification of the Electoral College results after President Donald Trump supporters stormed the nation's capitol on Wednesday. Hawley said, once the Senate reconvened after an hours-long recess, that Congress is the "appropriate" place for concerns about the integrity of U.S.
Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall states the U.S. must have a peaceful transition of power, previously says he will object certifying Biden's victory
by: Balin Schneider Posted: / Updated: WASHINGTON (KSNT) - Newly sworn-in Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall shared his thoughts in front of the U.S. Senate on Wednesday evening following protests at the U.S. Capitol. During his remarks, Sen.
MISSOURI SENATOR HAWLEY SHARES CASH REQUEST!!!
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Some News 4 viewers said they've received a fundraising text message from Senator Josh Hawley's campaign right at the thick of Wednesday's siege of the U.S. Capitol. We have confirmed that an organization campaigning on Hawley's behalf sent a fundraising text message at 2:31 pm central time, saying, in part, "Hi, I'm Josh Hawley.
Lockdown Show Down
Members of Kansas and Missouri's Congressional delegations tweeted that they were safe after pro-Trump extremists stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday afternoon. Reps. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Missouri, and Sharice Davids, D-Kansas, said that they were sheltering in place. For two months, President Trump has falsely claimed that the election was stolen from him.
The protests that turned violent at the U.S. Capitol mark a new point in American history. It's been 200 years since something like Wednesday's violence occurred there."I think like most Americans I am appalled and disheartened by the actions," said Dr. Beth Vonnahme, a political science professor at UMKC.Vonnahme teaches political science and is the associate dean in the college of arts and science."So the last time I think the U.S.
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