News Roundup: Sedition regains corporate sponsors; Rep. Tom Reed won’t run again

Intel’s promise to defund House seditionists was erased by a $15,000 donation on February 26 to the House Republican campaign arm, the NRCC. Perhaps a firmware update is in order?

In today’s news, the House hears arguments for Washington, D.C., statehood, a House Republican announced he would no longer run for reelection after accusations of sexual assault, and some corporate promises to distance themselves from politicians who voted to overturn election results are turning out to have some big, big loopholes.

Here’s what you may have missed:

Corporate PACs like Intel, AT&T, and Cigna jump back on the GOP sedition train

New York Republican announces retirement from Congress after being accused of sexual harassment

Washington, D.C., statehood gets a hearing in the House

Sedition charges in the offing for perpetrators of Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol

Biden’s next big plan to save the country once again jeopardized by the filibuster

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