News Roundup: Republicans lie about infrastructure, extreme gerrymandering, Tucker's new low

It is Friday! Before the last “bipartisan” Republican could say anything about the infrastructure deal they struck with President Joe Biden, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was bashing it. You didn’t really think Mitch McConnell would allow the legislative branch of our government to legislate, did you?

Here are some stories you may have missed:

Right on cue, McConnell attacks bipartisan infrastructure deal
‘Passed with a discriminatory purpose’: DOJ sues Georgia over new voter suppression law
Britney Spears delivers shocking testimony, says she was drugged and is not allowed to remove IUD
Jared and Ivanka are so separated from Donald Trump now, they don’t even know who that guy is
Tucker Carlson hits rock bottom in racist commentary about critical race theory and U.S. military
Extreme gerrymandering once again saved Michigan Republicans, despite Biden’s statewide win​​​​​​​

And a special emeritus story from Meteor Blades:

On this date 145 years ago, America began creating the Custer myth, a piece of which survives today

From the Community:

‘Are you saying OAN is not a credible news source?’ Arizona Senate President Karen Fann​​​​​​​
Standing in line at the grocery store​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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