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    Associated Press

    House arrest plan for invader of Pelosi's office halted

    A federal judge in Washington on Friday night halted a plan to release and put on house arrest the Arkansas man photographed sitting at a desk in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol. Richard Barnett will instead be brought to Washington, D.C., immediately for proceedings in his case, Chief U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell ordered Friday night, staying a decision by another judge to confine Barnett to his home in Gravette, Arkansas, until his trial. Howell's ruling came hours after U.S. Magistrate Judge Erin Wiedemann in Arkansas set a $5,000 bond for Barnett and ordered that a GPS monitor track his location.

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  • Sports
    Texans Wire

    Is Texans president Jamey Rootes about to leave the franchise?

    There are reports that team president Jamey Rootes won't be returning to the Houston Texans for his 21st season.

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  • Politics
    The Week

    Trump reportedly began 'choreographing' premature victory speech weeks before election

    President Trump is known for going off script, but his premature presidential election victory declaration in the early hours of the morning on Nov. 4 wasn't a completely spur-of-the-moment decision, Axios' Jonathan Swan reports.In the first installment of a reported series on Trump's final two months in office, Swan writes that Trump began "choreographing election night in earnest" during the second week of October following a "toxic" debate with President-elect Joe Biden on Sept. 29 and a bout with COVID-19 that led to his hospitalization. At that point, Trump's internal poll numbers had reportedly taken a tumble, Swan notes.With that in mind, he reportedly called his first White House chief of staff, a stunned Reince Priebus, and "acted out his script, including walking up to a podium and prematurely declaring victory on election night if it looked like he was ahead." Indeed, in the lead up to Election Day, Trump reportedly kept his focus on the so-called "red mirage," the early vote counts that would show many swing states leaning red because mail-in ballots had yet to be counted. Trump, Swan reports, intended to "weaponize it for his vast base of followers," who would go to bed thinking he had secured a second-term, likely planting the seeds of a stolen election. Read more at Axios. > As I've been writing, the plan was to steal the election all along. Fantastic reporting here. https://t.co/k8C73o8vH7> > -- Jonah Goldberg (@JonahDispatch) January 16, 2021More stories from theweek.com How 'bewildered' Trump campaign aides would reportedly discreetly escape election challenge meetings 5 more scathing cartoons about Trump's 2nd impeachment New Yorker reporter's footage provides 'clearest view yet' of Capitol rioters inside Senate chamber

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    'Guardians' Star Offers $20,000 Reward In 'Trump' Manatee Case

    Actor Dave Bautista wants to find the "low life scummy MAGATS that did this."

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    Capitol Officer Photographed In MAGA Hat Says It Was Part of Plan to Rescue Trapped Police

    An officer who was photographed wearing a MAGA hat during the Capitol riots said the cap was part of a plan to enter the building and rescue other officers.

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  • Health
    Scary Mommy

    Fauci Says Biden’s Plan Of 100 Million Vaccinations In 100 Days Is ‘Absolutely Doable’

    Dr. Fauci says Joe Biden’s ambitious vaccine plan is absolutely ‘doable’ and says two new vaccines are potentially being submitted for emergency use in a few weeks If you, like me, are counting down the days to Joe Biden’s inauguration with the hope that on January 20, 2021 the U.S. becomes slightly less terrifying, you []

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