Trump Speaker Of The House – 2020 Election Was HACKED – GOP Passes It 60-32

1) Trump for Speaker of the House? Pelosi would melt down. Newsweek reports:

Former President Donald Trump’s ex-chief of staff, Mark Meadows, said Thursday that he’d “love to see” the Speaker of the House title taken from current House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and handed to his old boss.

“I would love to see the gavel go from Nancy Pelosi to Donald Trump,” Meadows said on Steve Bannon’s War Room Thursday.

“People would go crazy. As you know you don’t have to be an elected member of Congress to be the speaker. She would go from tearing up a speech to having to give the gavel to Donald Trump,” Meadows added, referring to Pelosi ripping up her copy of Trump’s State of the Union speech in February 2020.

“Oh, she would go crazy.”

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2) The 2020 election was HACKED by Iran. Just The News reports:

During the dizzying days after the November 2020 election, the Homeland Security cyber-security chief was fired by a frustrated President Donald Trump, then went on national TV to insist the election was fully secure.

“There was no indication or evidence that there was any sort of hacking or compromise of election systems on, before or after November 3,” ex-Cyber-Security and Infrastructure Agency Chief Chris Krebs declared on “60 Minutes.”

On Thursday, nearly a year later, federal prosecutors in New York unsealed a dramatic indictment that conflicts with that clean bill of health.

The indictment stated that two Iranian hackers successfully hacked into a state computer election system, stole voter registration data and used it to carry out a cyber-intimidation campaign that targeted GOP members of Congress, Trump campaign officials and Democratic voters in the November 2020 election.

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3) The Ohio house has passed a constitutional carry bill 60-32.

The Ohio House of Representatives passed a flurry of bills this week, including a constitutional carry bill, that will now head to the Senate floor.

HB 227 is the constitutional carry law. It provides that Ohioans who are not otherwise barred from owning a firearm no longer need a license to carry a concealed handgun. The law does, however, allow Ohio’s gun owners to obtain a concealed carry license for the purpose of carrying their concealed handguns in other states that do require such licensure.

It also removes a gun owner’s duty to inform a law enforcement officer that he or she is carrying a concealed weapon when the gun owner comes into contact with a law enforcement officer at a traffic stop, or in other situations that currently require such disclosure.

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