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“Free speech. Liberal tears.”

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan tweeted early on Friday, Oct. 28, after Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter was confirmed the night prior. Many Republicans are cheering Musk as the new CEO of the social media platform. (The Hill — Oct. 28, 2022)

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  • Herschel Walker, denying the allegations that he encouraged and paid for a second woman’s abortion in 1993. Walker, an anti-abortion Republican running for a Georgia U.S. Senate seat, dismissed the allegations as “foolishness.” (Associated Press — Oct. 27, 2022)
  • Kathy Boockvar, a former top election official for Pennsylvania, regarding the fears of voter intimidation and violence that could disincentivize people from volunteering as poll workers or going to cast their ballots. A poll found that 43 percent of registered voters were concerned about threats of violence or voter intimidation while voting in person. Two-thirds of voters are worried that extremists will commit acts of violence after the election. (Reuters — Oct. 26, 2022)
  • David Zebolsky, chairman of Nebraskans Embracing Life. Republicans are expected to dominate in the statewide polls in November, but it’s uncertain whether they will be able to flip enough seats to push through an abortion ban. (Associated Press — Oct. 25, 2022)
  • Oklahoma County District Attorney candidate Kevin Calvey, in a primary forum last year, regarding the police killing of 15-year-old Stavian Rodriguez outside of a convenience store last year. Oklahoma City police have rarely faced criminal charges for police shootings, but current District Attorney David Prater broke that pattern in 2021 when he charged five officers for Rodriguez’s killing. Calvey has said that he would “support the police, not persecute them.” (Bolts — Oct. 24, 2022)
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