And certainly infamy, n. But Wednesday was also the Feast of the Epiphany, and epiphany, n. Democracy was threatened, specifically and spiritually, by anti-American domestic terrorists, incited by a sitting president and several members of Congress, and while the world gasped and gagged, democracy held. And those people are now easily identifiable — the officials who took part have done little to hide their intentions and the members of the extremist mob that illegally broke into the Capitol building spoke into cameras and took selfies. Like every villain in every story, many of them even monologued.
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By Luke Kenton For Dailymail. He was gone, in the sense of being able to investigate any of the facts. You think the guys with the bats, batting things in, dressed up all in black — does this look like a voter fraud crowd to you?
Madison Cawthorn struggled to form a coherent sentence on CNN over the weekend when he was asked about what inspired him to vote to overturn the presidential election results earlier this month. When Pamela Brown pressed the freshman congressman from North Carolina on why he objected to legally-cast votes from Pennsylvania and Arizona, he quickly resorted to spewing off debunked conspiracy theories. There was an appointed official in that town who actually went against the will of the state legislature and created ballot drop boxes, which is basically ballot harvesting that was happening in the parks. CNN's Pamela Brown challenged Madison Cawthorn to cite evidence of election fraud to back up his vote against certifying the election results. He had nothing.