President Trump, Douglas Mackey, FBI discussed on Sean Hannity


The president also rescinded a regulation that barred US foreign aid from being used to perform or promote abortions. The so called Mexico City policy or global gag rule has bounced back and forth between Republican and Democratic president since it was first enacted in 1985. Critics say it hurts women's reproductive health care and contributes to poverty worldwide. Supporters argue it's essential to preserve the sanctity of life. Coronado Man is facing charges and the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol 33 year old Geoffrey Alexander Smith was arrested Tuesday by FBI agents and the Joint Terrorism Task Force, The FBI says Smith is charged with a violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and entering a restricted federal building. Was being held at the Federal Correctional Center in downtown San Diego. The FBI says it wants the public to contact them with any information they may have regarding the attack on the capital by calling 1 800 call FBI Clip Albert Coco News Twitter user is facing charges for spreading disinformation in the lead up to the presidential election in 2016, federal prosecutors say. 31 year old Douglas Mackey, who went by the name Ricky Vaughn on Social Media, was taken into custody in West Palm Beach, Florida. On Wednesday, Mackey's accused of misleading thousands of his supporters into casting invalid votes via text message. In doing so, Prosecutors say he unlawfully used his platform to deprive individuals of their right to vote. If convicted, he could face upwards of 10 years in prison. I'm Brian shook And there is a new piece of political vocabulary being mentioned in Washington, as we hear from bills in for the term is censure, and it's adding to an already clouded picture in Washington to senators, Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Susan Collins are drafting a resolution to censure former President Trump instead of going through with an impeachment trial in the Senate. Normally a censure would be a slap on the hand for a politician. But this resolution is reportedly being awarded to include elements of the 14th amendment, which would prevent the former president from holding future office. It would require 60 votes for passage. And it could provide an exit ramp for Democrats and Republicans in handling the trump question. But it could also muddy the near term political waters even more. I'm Bill's in for school districts, including San Diego, Unified say they're not going to reopen despite the state lifting the stay at home order, the Centers for Disease Control says evidence indicates schools can be safe if precautions are taken on campus and in the community. San Diego Unified School District Board President Richard Barrera says the studies say the spread is minimal. If you mask and social distance, he says, they have been doing their own due diligence since August. We reach that team find That UCSD to give us guidance and.

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