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Republican Arkansas State Representative candidate Charles Fuqua has revealed a new danger for right-wing politicians: self-published books.

In God’s Law: The Only Political Solution, Hubbard proposes mass deportations of Muslims:

“I see no solution to the Muslim problem short of expelling all followers of the religion from the United States.”

Fuqua is almost a thought experiment come to life: How far would a Republican have to go in order to lose in a deep-red state ?

Fuqua, an attorney, served two terms in the Arkansas House of Representatives in the 1990s before losing a bid to become a State Senator.

The Republican Party denounced Fuqua’s comment, which they said Democrats were using as “a distraction.”

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Jacob Chansley, or the "QAnon Shaman," in face paint, furs and horned hat during the January 6 Capitol riot.

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Notorious Capitol rioter Jacob Chansley, better known as the "QAnon shaman," is negotiating a possible plea deal with prosecutors after psychologists found he suffers from multiple mental illnesses, his lawyer told Reuters -- while painting a rosy image of the violent insurrectionist's part during the Capitol riot.

According to Albert Watkins, Chansley's defense lawyer, he was diagnosed with transient schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety by officials at the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). The findings have not yet been made public.

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'Audit' under way in Maricopa County, Arizona.

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This article was produced by Voting Booth, a project of the Independent Media Institute.

The "big lie" that President Joe Biden was not legitimately elected is not going away. One reason is Americans who care about their democracy are not learning how votes for president in 2020 were counted and verified — neither from the big lie's promoters nor from most of its fact-driven critics.

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