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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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Reprinted with permission from Alternet

A new, heavily redacted filing in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia revealed on Tuesday that the Justice Department is seriously investigating a potential "bribery conspiracy scheme" relating to a presidential pardon. The document were first publicized by CNN.

The names of individuals involved in the investigation have been redacted throughout the documents since they haven't been charged at this point with any crimes. President Donald Trump's name does not appear in the filing. But of course, only a president can issue a presidential pardon.

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