Lauren Boebert Boasts About 'No Spare Ammo' In Gun-Toting Christmas Photo With Kids

Massie posted a photo on his social media page showing him and his family holding guns in front of a Christmas tree, causing backlash. Massie said Merry Christmas in the photo he posted. Four students were killed and at least eight were wounded in a high school shooting in Michigan four days ago.

The Kentucky representative's post received a lot of attention. Saturday.

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Thomas Massie had a Christmas family photo taken days after a deadly school shooting in Michigan. One critic said that the Republican party is being affected by the guy. A family photo with seven broad smiles and a Christmas tree has been posted. Each member of the Massie family has a machine gun or military-style rifle. The photo was taken.

Pete Buttigieg, the Secretary of Transportation, is pushing back on the criticism of the Biden administration's efforts to boost adoption of electric vehicles by the CEO of Musk's company.

In the aftermath of the attack, President Trump was horrified, and he knew his days on social media were numbered.

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The Super Bowl ceremony in which the American poet was to perform was watched by over 100 million people. Her previous gig, reading at Joe Biden's presidential inauguration, looked like a village fte. Call Us What We Carry is the first book-length collection of the young man. I would have liked to see a few others left out. It is over 200 pages.

There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud, according to the results of an investigation by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.

White defendants charged in the Capitol riot are being discriminated against because of their skin color according to the Republican.

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"This wasn't the first time we had been tipped off by a good report on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight,'" he writes in his new book.

The White House said Tuesday that Saule Omarova had withdrawn her nomination to lead a top banking regulator after facing opposition from Republicans and some moderate Democrats. The nomination process for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency saw moderate Democrats express skepticism over some of her opinions, while Republicans grilled her. In a November nomination hearing, a Cornell Law School professor who grew up in the Soviet Union defended herself.

Trump was too weak to carry his own briefcase. Mark said he grabbed some hand sanitizer.

They kept hearing strange noises and called for help.

Robinson was kicked out of the network in November after she shared lies.

The statue of Robert E. Lee that was at the center of a white supremacist rally in Virginia will be melted down and turned into a new public artwork.

The Dame chats with children for a charity.

A passenger creates a huge scene by refusing to move her bag.

Since Kemp refused to support Trump's claims of election fraud, the president has waged a vendetta against him.

The ex-"Empire" actor testified in his criminal trial. He is accused of staging a hate crime to get attention.

Hudson and his father decided to decorate their Christmas tree. Even though the father and son were the only ones pictured in the photos, we have a sneaking suspicion of a significant other.

She discovered the truth after her husband disappeared.

"You can hear his genuineness in his voice..."

Milwaukee County's top prosecutor was removed by the governor because his office recommended $1,000 bail for the man who allegedly drove his vehicle through a Christmas parade, killing six people. The bail was posted five days before prosecutors say he drove his SUV through the parade route, killing five people and injuring 60 others. The bail recommendation in a domestic violence case has been criticized by the Milwaukee County District Attorney.

The U.S. House passed a social safety net and climate change mitigation bill, which Mayor Brandon Scott and fellow Maryland Democrats celebrated briefly. Their joy and relief last month at having cleared one obstacle to final approval of President Joe Biden's "Build Back Better" package was offset by the fact that they still have some work to do.