Juuuuuust going to guess you are misrepresenting the situation like all good seditionists do.
We remember 1/6 Rep. Hartzler. You incited an attempted violent overthrow of an election.
I would take this more seriously if it weren’t from an anti-American seditionist.
And what would you call your vote to overturn a free and fair election???
I’ll give you a hint:
Where were you on January 6th? #NeverForget
There was that pizza party in the SCIF, too.
Coming from a insurrectionist that’s just humorous
Pot, meet Kettle.
You are conveniently forgetting your part in the attempted violent overthrowing of the US Government.
The Republican Party
Seditionist says what? Point out where exactly that Maxine called for any violence. She simply called for the people of Minnesota to continue to hold police forces accountable for white cops killing unarmed black people. You are a disgrace to our state.
Ep. 60: “The Power of Perspective” with Jason Kander
APRIL 19TH, 2021 | 01:54:38 | E60
Heartland POD host Adam Sommer, a lawyer and adjunct prof. sits down with Jason Kander for a chat. Jason and Adam get into baseball, fatherhood, politics, the myth of the urban rural divide, and some of Jason’s favorite things. Then, Adam is joined by Sean Diller, digital media campaign expert and Rachel Parker, activist and blogger, for Talkin’ Politics about the CAFO victory in MO, Grietens early fundraising struggle, Sec. 230 explainer, and climate change. Then in Last Call the same group dives into the alleged failures of Biden to be “bipartisan” in his approach.
INTRODUCED BY REPRESENTATIVE SEITZ.
2087H.01I DANA RADEMAN MILLER, Chief Clerk
To amend chapter 170, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the 1619 Project in school districts and charter schools.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Missouri, as follows:
Section A. Chapter 170, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto one new section, to be known as section 170.352, to read as follows:
170.352. 1. As used in this section, “1619 Project” means the 1619 Project initiative of the New York Times.
2. No school district, charter school, or personnel or agent of such school district or charter school shall:
(1) Teach, use, or provide for use by any pupil the 1619 Project as part of any curriculum, course materials, or instruction in any course given in such school district or charter school; or
(2) Teach, affirm, or promote as an accurate account or representation of the founding and history of the United States of America any of the claims, views, or opinions presented in the 1619 Project as part of any curriculum, course materials, or instruction in any course given in such school district or charter school.
Is there a grading rubric if it’s used as a reference in a student research paper?
Be afraid, be very afraid.
When knowledge is outlawed, only outlaws will have knowledge.
The “lost cause” on the square in Clinton, Missouri.
The announcement for the rally from Henry County Democrats:
Fund Missouri Medicaid Expansion Rally – Saturday, April 17 at 2 at the Courthouse Gazebo
Missouri voters approved Medicaid Expansion in the August 2020 primary. Although the federal government began providing funding to expand Medicaid in 2014, Missouri was one of 13 states that rejected this resource to protect the health of its citizens.
In 2020, the measure passed in Missouri by a margin of 53 to 47 and called for the state to submit and fund a Medicaid expansion state plan amendment by March 2021 and for the expansion to take effect July 2021. An estimated 230,000 Missourian under age 65 (before Medicare eligibility) were expected to be covered under this expansion amendment and now be available for affordable healthcare. Those are your family members, friends and neighbors whose income do not exceed 138% of the poverty level ($17,609 for a single person or $36,156 for a family of 4.) This petition-initiated effort was a great opportunity to ensure healthcare for all Missourians.
Almost all of the expense of Medicaid expansion will be paid by the Federal Government. Missouri could get $1.15 billion, according to estimates from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Now, the leaders in the Missouri House of Representatives are refusing to include money in the budget to pay Missouri’s part and we are, again, walking away from the federal money received by 37 other US states. Without that money, Medicaid will not be expanded. Lawmakers have just weeks left in their annual sessions and progress on expansion so far has proven difficult.
This non-partisan community rally is being held on Saturday, April 17 at 2:00 pm at the Gazebo on the Henry County courthouse lawn. The purpose of this rally is to learn more about the value of Medicaid expansion in Missouri and express and support restoration of Governor Parson’s proposed expansion funding in the 2021 state budget.
Around 40 individuals attended the 2:00 p.m. rally on the square in Clinton.
Can you spot the republican member of the General Assembly?
Distributing contact information for state senators.
Two speakers described the benefits of Medicaid expansion for the citizens of Missouri and emphasized the need to contact members of the General Assembly to tell them so and urge their approval of Missouri’s small percentage contribution in the state budget. Now.
Fund Healthcare and Respect The Vote
Our Vote Matters
53% Voted Yes
Representative Rodger Reedy (r) attended the rally.
Josh Hawley @HawleyMO
Honored to meet with the @Missouri_NG 220th Engineer Construction Company who’ve been proudly supporting Capitol Police — special thanks to Specialist Ben Laws and Sergeant Trey Lawrence for their outstanding service during the unit’s deployment. You make Missouri proud
[….] 5:28 PM · Apr 14, 2021
He can’t be that arrogantly clueless.
A reminder of why they are there – from some of the responses on Twitter addressed to Josh Hawley (r) documented at Long term memory loss (March 30, 2021):
And a sample of some of the responses to Josh Hawley’s (r) April 14, 2021 Twitter post:
No fist in the air for our troops?
Only the insurrectionists get the fist pump?
Was there any tension, you being the legislator most responsible for their forced deployment?
I don’t know how they could stand being next to you. You’re the disgraceful reason they have to be there.
We’ll never let you forget your involvement in the insurrection.
Same suit and tie
Same suit and everything eh?
Just when I think you can be any more of a tool you prove me wrong.
Maybe if you hadn’t spread the big lie and helped incite an insurrection these service members could be home with their families. I wish you had values, or cared about democracy.
Thank you @Missouri_NG for protecting us against the depredations of seditionists like @HawleyMO
Sorry you are being used as a prop for his PR photo op. You deserve better.
Did you tell them about your plan to remove the fence and make them more vulnerable?
Did you apologize to them for helping to rile up a bunch of lunatics to attack the Capitol? I’m sure they’d rather be at home with their families, but you screwed that up for them.
You still supported a coup against our country
Hey man, why are they there?
Glad they’re helping guard the Capitol from your supporters…
So, the only time you speak to Missourians is if they’re in DC? When was the last time you were in…MISSOURI?
Is that the same suit and tie you wore on January 6th?
Gosh, I wonder why they have to be there
Same suit dude!
Now explain why they’re there, Senator Fistpump.
Did you forget?
Never forget. We will not, seditionist.
Hmm… I wonder why they are there
Josh Hawley joined in the inciting the insurrectionist attack on the US Capitol. Now he pretends there aren’t consequences?
You thought we forgot?
You and your good ol’ boys propping up the big lie are the reason they need to be there in the first place, you should be too ashamed to stand in the same room as them.
Mr. Hawley trying to have it both ways-encouraged an insurrection that killed and injured capital police and here acting like he stands with the nat’l guard that had be called in to protect the capital from those Hawley cheered on. Not fooling anyone Hawley.
Oh, the hypocrisy!
Commemorating the outfit?
Also known as “returning to the scene of the crime”
Ummmm you praised insurrectionists attacking our Capitol and you tried to overthrow an election that you know was legitimate. So I’m confused…
If only they had a senator who did the same. What, no raised fist?
You’re the reason they have to be there Senator, at least have some shame about that.
Did not recognize you without your arm up and fist clenched.
They look real uncomfortable standing next the reason they are deployed
Did you tell them about the sedition and insurrection thingy.
Mayor-elect Tishaura O. Jones @saintlouismayor
Since last Tuesday, Election Day, my team and I have been working diligently to hit the ground running on day one and deliver results for the people of Saint Louis. 2:31 PM · Apr 13, 2021
I have spoken with @GovParsonMO and @LtGovMikeKehoe about the importance of working together to strengthen the Saint Louis region and move our City and State forward.
I’ve also been in contact with HUD @SecFudge, Labor @SecMartyWalsh, and Transportation @SecretaryPete and look forward to working with them to bring federal dollars to Saint Louis.
My team and I had an extremely productive working meeting with @RepCori and her congressional team to discuss our shared values and priorities for Saint Louis City.
I’ve spoken with Pres. @LewisReedSTL and @stlcomptroller about working together to advance the priorities of the people of the City of Saint Louis.
I have begun calling all of the 28 Aldermen and other citywide elected officials, but have not yet made my way through the entire list.
I look forward to working with them to advance good, sustainable public policy for our City and region.
I’ve received congratulatory calls from mayors across this country, and I look forward to continuing the dialogue, learning from them, and bringing solutions they’ve had success with to Saint Louis City. #ReadyOnDayOne