A PEW study shows Christians are overrepresented in Congress, Democrats start talks of impeaching President Trump and also getting rid of the Electoral College.
This morning Nick Reed was live at Bric’s Belgian Waffle House in Ozarks and the Locke & Smith Foundation joined him at 7am to talk about Missouri politics and the upcoming legislative session. Don’t forget to join Nick & Kortni tonight at Cellar + Plate from 4-6pm for the KSGF Happy Hour.
People are still talking about Mitt Romney’s piece about President Trump…
- Tammy Bruce: Romney’s Trump attack rings especially hollow when you look at his treatment of Ric Grenell. (Fox News)
- Mitt Romney: The president shapes the public character of the nation. Trump’s character falls short. (Washington Post)
The 116th congress convened yesterday and the Democrats have already begun talks of impeaching President Trump.
- Freshman Democrat: ‘We’re gonna go in and impeach the motherf–ker’. (Washington Examiner)
We got congresspeople out here calling the president a mother fucker pic.twitter.com/GCXSPQbPb8
— Barstool News Network (@BarstoolNewsN) January 4, 2019
Democrats tried to also impeach President George W. Bush
- Kucinich introduces Bush impeachment resolution. (CNN)
- Kucinich Forces Vote On Bush’s Impeachment. (Washington Post)
The Democrats are also trying to get rid of the Electoral College.
- Democrats Introduce Bill To Eliminate Electoral College. (Daily Wire)
There is a new Pew Research study that says that Christians are overrepresented in Congress
- Pew reports, ‘Christians overrepresented in Congress’: 55 percent Protestant, 30 percent Catholic, 6 percent Jewish (Washington Examiner)
- Faith on the Hill. (Pew Research)
The religious composition of the new Congress is very different from that of the U.S. adult population. https://t.co/Ko5LX2tTkQ
— Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) January 4, 2019
More than just the Bible was used to swear in the 116th Congress.
Yesterday Nancy Pelosi said the constitution compared her equal to President Trump.
After her speech, you hear her say that she missed some pages
- Pelosi Gets Confused On Hot Mic During First Speech To Congress. (Daily Wire)
Nancy Pelosi gets confused during her first speech to Congress after becoming House Speaker: “I think I skipped a couple pages. I’m not sure.” pic.twitter.com/VNUE0wt4vc
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 3, 2019
During the shutdown you may not see any new kinds of alcohol on the shelves because it takes about a month for the government to approve a label before it can go to sale.