Even an anti-immigrant hate group seems wary about being publicly associated with dangerous “invasion” and great replacement conspiracy theories cited as an inspiration in multiple deadly terrorist attacks, as The Hill’s Rafael Bernal has highlighted. So what’s Rep. Jen Kiggans’ excuse for remaining silent when her colleagues in the... Continue »
Speaker Mike Johnson and House Republicans were handed a “stunning” and “humiliating” defeat earlier this week, when their sham resolution seeking to impeach Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas failed by the slimmest of margins. The vote, which followed months of baseless accusations and incendiary rhetoric by Republicans... Continue »
Just days after Texas Governor Greg Abbott publicly lamented that the state couldn’t shoot and kill migrants on sight at the southern border, a woman and two children tragically drowned while attempting to cross the Rio Grande into the state. They lost their lives just off an area of... Continue »
Earlier this month, far-right lawmaker Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA-14) introduced a privileged resolution to initiate the impeachment of Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Continuing a disturbing trend tracked by America’s Voice during the 118th Congress, Greene’s impeachment articles invoked white nationalist conspiratorial rhetoric associated with... Continue »
Donald Trump, who launched his 2016 presidential campaign by descending his golden escalators and slandering Mexican immigrants as criminals and rapists, has managed to take his nativism and fearmongering in an even more extreme and horrific direction. In an unhinged post sent on Veterans Day, Trump attacked his critics... Continue »
Rep. Jen Kiggans (VA-02) was last month one of roughly two dozen House Republicans to not support far-right extremist Rep. Jim Jordan in his failed bid for House Speaker. But rather than standing up to her party, Rep. Kiggans became one of 220 House Republicans that unanimously voted to... Continue »