The other GOP senators who have announced their retirement are:
[li]Sen. Richard Shelby (Ala., which Trump won in 2020 by +25.4%)[/li][li]Sen. Rob Portman (Ohio, Trump +8.1%)[/li][li]Sen. Richard Burr (N.C., Trump +1.3%)[/li][li]Sen. Pat Toomey (Pa., Biden +1.2%)[/li][/ul] What to watch: Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) are also considering retiring in 2022.
[SIZE=7]FBI arrests US Capitol rioter after he is deported from Kenya[/SIZE]
Kenya on Saturday deported an American fugitive accused of participating in the January 6 riot at the US Capitol.
Isaac Sturgeon of Montana, was indicted on seven charges, including obstruction of justice, assaulting, resisting or impeding officers, engaging in physical violence in a restricted building and an act of physical violence in the Capitol grounds.
Sturgeon, 32, was arrested at the John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City and was arraigned on Monday, the Washington Post reported.
Sturgeon flew to Kenya on January 24, one day after paying cash for a one-way ticket after texting others to ask whether he was wanted, prosecutors said in arguing he posed a flight risk, the Post reported.
Prosecutors said Sturgeon had planned to stay in Kenya until April.
According to the Post, a US magistrate ordered Sturgeon released to Montana with location monitoring on $250,000 bond, secured by a $90,000 plot of land he owns and commitments by his parents and family friends.
And I’m ready to stake my net worth.
Trump is too cowardly to put himself in a position where he can lose again. One massive loss is too gut wrenching, for a narcissist who built his reputation on ‘winning’.
He will not vie in 2024.
If just 10% of Qanuts snap out of it, Trump support will drop by over 5 million votes. And signs are more and more are snapping out of it since none of their crazy predictions are coming true.
A prominent evangelical Christian “prophet” has decided to shutter his ministry after apologizing for incorrectly predicting that former President Donald Trump would be re-elected in the 2020 election. The evangelical figure, who has been dubbed a “Trump prophet,” first apologized on January 7—the day after the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol by the former president’s supporters. In that message, Johnson described some elements within the Christian prophetic movement as “deeply sick.”
“I believe that this election cycle has revealed how desperately we need a reformation in the prophetic movement,” Johnson later said in a video posted in early February. “I have serious concerns for the charismatic-prophetic world that if we do not wake up if we do not humble ourselves, there is a greater judgment to come.”
Jeremiah Johnson, who founded Jeremiah Johnson Ministries, made the announcement via his public Facebook page on Monday after receiving overwhelmingly negative feedback from followers after he apologized for his inaccurate prophecy. The Christian minister had apologized in a YouTube series he titled “I Was Wrong,” Religion News Service first reported.
“After much prayer and the clear direction of the Lord, we are officially terminating, ‘Jeremiah Johnson Ministries.’ All of our social media accounts will be deleted over the next week. We fully understand what a shock this will be to many on numerous levels,” Johnson wrote in an open letter to his followers posted to Facebook.
Johnson asserted that he is not “discouraged” and does not plan to draw back from his “calling.” Instead, the evangelical minister plans to form a new movement called The Altar Global, which he described as “a complete shift” and not just a “name or brand change.” In one video of the “I Was Wrong” series, Johnson said he’d received “90 percent negative” feedback from thousands of his subscribers and followers.