Democrats Propose Abraham Lincoln Statue Removal

Democrat and Confederate president Jefferson may have been unable to expel president Abraham Lincoln from the capitol, but Democrat delegate Eleanor Norton (D-D.C.) might.
Norton, Washington D.C.’s non-voting Congressional representative, reintroduced legislation to remove a statue of Lincoln with a kneeling freed slave.
The statue has stood in Lincoln Park near the Capitol since 1876. It depicts a slave, shirtless and shackles broken, about to stand up. Lincoln stretches out his hand over the man.
Freed slaves paid for its creation. But according to Norton’s press release, that’s not enough.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington on May 21, 2020. (Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images)
“The paternalistic statue depicting a Black man on his knees in front of President Lincoln fails to recognize African Americans’ agency in pressing for their own emancipation,” the delegate’s press release reads….

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Rehoboth Beach Locals Comment on FBI Searching Biden’s Vacation Home

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del.—The FBI searched President Joe Biden’s vacation home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on Feb. 1 but found no improperly stored classified documents.
This is the third time that the FBI has searched Biden-related facilities.
Last November, the FBI searched Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center think tank in Washington after his attorneys discovered classified materials there. Biden used the center when he was vice president during the Obama administration.
On Jan. 20, Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, was searched by the FBI, and classified documents were found.
Four people who live in the Rehoboth Beach area shared their views with The Epoch Times on Feb. 1 about the FBI’s search of Biden’s vacation house….

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Rep. Jim Jordan Says GOP Will Have to Move ‘As a Conference’ on Mayorkas Impeachment

Several Republicans in the House of Representatives are calling for Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to be impeached, but House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said the whole Republican conference will have to decide together on whether to proceed against the Biden appointee.
“I think [impeachment is] a decision we’ll make as Republicans on the committee and as a conference,” Jordan told NTD on Thursday.
In January, Rep. Pat Fallon (R-Texas) introduced a resolution to begin the impeachment process. In the first impeachment article, Fallon argued that Mayorkas had illegally implemented catch-and-release directives and, through his leadership, “recklessly released” more than 1,000,000 illegal immigrants into the United States….

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