The North Carolina-based Students for Trump co-founder Ryan Fournier is facing misdemeanor assault charges, law enforcement records obtained by Axios show.
Context: Fournier, who studied at Campbell University in Buies Creek, co-founded Students for Trump ahead of the 2016 election and now leads the group Radical Alert, which "exposes" radicals' hate that has "taken over American college campuses," according to its X bio.
Driving the news: According to the magistrate's order, Fournier, 27, was arrested in Johnston County last Tuesday and accused of assaulting the woman, identified as his girlfriend, by "grabbing her right arm and striking her in the forehead" with a handgun.
He was charged with domestic assault on a female and assault with a deadly weapon.
Read more: https://www.axios.com/2023/11/28/students-for-trump-ryan-fournier-arrested-assault
Source: The Hill
In a statement Tuesday, Raskin called the GOP move an epic humiliation and a frank confession that they are simply not interested in the facts and have no confidence in their own case or the ability of their own Members to pursue it, referring to the Republicans on his committee.
Let me get this straight, Raskin said in his statement. After wailing and moaning for ten months about Hunter Biden and alluding to some vast unproven family conspiracy, after sending Hunter Biden a subpoena to appear and testify, Chairman Comer and the Oversight Republicans now reject his offer to appear before the full Committee and the eyes of the world and to answer any questions that they pose?
Raskins statement comes after Hunter Bidens attorney, Abbe Lowell, responded on Tuesday to a subpoena from the Oversight committee proposing a public hearing on Dec. 13, instead of the committees proposal of a closed-door deposition.
Read more: https://thehill.com/homenews/house/4331196-raskin-rips-gop-rejection-open-hearing-hunter-biden/
BREAKING: Robert Garcia (CA) and Dan Goldman (NY) introduce a privileged resolution to expel George Santos
The Chair accepted the resolution and immediately recessed the House.
Rep. George Santos says he expects to be kicked from Congress as expulsion vote looms (possibly today)WABC New York
Last week, Santos said he expects to be expelled from Congress following a scathing report by the House Ethics Committee that found substantial evidence of lawbreaking by the New York Republican.
In a defiant speech Friday sprinkled with taunts and obscenities aimed at his congressional colleagues, Santos insisted he was "not going anywhere." But he acknowledged that his time as a member of Congress, at least, may soon be coming to an end.
"I know I'm going to get expelled when this expulsion resolution goes to the floor," he said Friday night during a conversation on X Spaces. "I've done the math over and over, and it doesn't look really good."
Beginning December 1, Google will delete inactive accounts and all their contents, such as photos, calendar entries, e-mails, contacts and Drive documents, according to the company's updated account policy. The system-wide purge is intended to protect users from security threats, such as spam, phishing scams and account hijacking, Google has said.
Here's everything you need to know about how to keep your account active and save your data before the tech giant begins deleting inactive accounts on Friday.
Google is purging inactive accounts from its system because it says they are "more likely to be compromised." Unattended accounts often rely on old or re-used passwords, receive fewer security checks by users and are 10 times more likely not to have two-factor authentication set up, Google's internal data shows.
Rosalynn Carter's casket has arrived at the Carter Presidential Library for a memorial service and visitation
(casket carried by members of her Secret Service detail)
Public visitation begins at 6 PM.
Source: New York Times
Without naming Elon Musk directly, she added: This platform and its owner intentionally exacerbate tensions and conflicts.
In recent weeks, dozens of advertisers paused their campaigns on X after Mr. Musk endorsed an antisemitic conspiracy theory this month, and the company could lose as much as $75 million in ad revenue by the end of the year.
Mr. Musk has strenuously denied that he is antisemitic or that the site supports disinformation, and visited Israel on Monday in an apparent bid to repair the damage. He met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who took him to an Israeli kibbutz where dozens of people were killed during the Hamas terrorist attack on Oct. 7. Mr. Musk was scheduled to meet later with President Isaac Herzog to discuss the need to act to combat rising antisemitism online. Israel also appeared to reach an understanding to deploy Starlink, the satellite internet service Mr. Musk owns, in Gaza for aid agencies to use amid cellular and internet blackouts.
Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/11/27/business/anne-hidalgo-x-twitter.html?smid=threads-nytimes
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