LIVE: Jim Jordan's House Un-American Fap-Tivities Committee Tries Again

Like liveblogging a wrestling coach trying to teach calculus.

All the headlines right now about Jim Jordan's House Un-American Dumpster Clown Committee are that Jim Jordan is a failure and he should feel bad. He's literally doing interviews so he can swear up and down that he's not a failure. After the first loser hearing, Fox News's Jesse Watters was having meltdowns because he really thought he was going to get bombshells, and there were no bombshells.

And wait, didn't Jim Jordan just get caught ... LOL OMG ... paying his whistleblowers? Aren't they all paste-snorting bananapants weirdos who still haven't managed to blow any whistles?

This is what happens when you get a coach to teach a real class.

But maybe he'll turn it around with today's hearing, because today it is Matt Taibbi and TWITTTRURRR FILES!

Wait what?

It's Matt Taibbi and the TWURRRRRIRTUR FILRES!

What what?

Matt Taibbi! He's going to say the TWTTITIITIIIIITIITRUR FLIRES!

But wait, weren't those an entire waste of time, a futile exercise that revealed absolutely nothing of any value, unless you think it is "of value" to watch a formerly respected journalist give Elon Musk a big handy in public?



If Jim Jordan is going to fail, we're gonna be the ones pointing and laughing at him in real time. Let's liveblog!

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Uh Oh, Idaho MAGA Found Some Woke, It Is In This 6000-Student Tech Training Community College

Is the woke in the welding program or the commercial truck driver certification?

It's always worrying when I see that Idaho, my home state, has made the New York Times again, and the headline on Monday's story was a doozy: "The MAGA-fication of North Idaho College." It turns out that the community college, which is hardly a hotbed of wokeness, has been subjected to the tender mercies of board candidates backed by the super-rightwing Kootenai County Republican Party, that fun-loving bunch of MAGA loons who endorsed a raving antisemitic creep for a local school board (he lost) and also unsuccessfully tried to take over the local Democratic Party and steal its donations, through ratfucking most foul.

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Once the Kootenai GOP decided to push candidates for the board of trustees for North Idaho College (NIC) — officially nonpartisan seats, but nothing is nonpartisan here — things went weird quickly, as the Times explains.

For most of the past two years, the college’s governing board has been a volatile experiment in turning grievances into governance. Trustees backed by the county Republican Party hold a majority on the board. They have denounced liberal “indoctrination” by the college faculty and vowed to bring the school administration’s “deep state” to heel and “Make N.I.C. Great Again.”

The problem for the culture warriors who took over the NIC board of trustees seems to be that there simply wasn't a lot of radical Marxism to weed out at the school, which as the Times says is "better known locally for its technical training programs than the politics of its faculty."

But that was no reason not to sow chaos: The conservative majority on the board has chewed through several NIC presidents, resulting in votes of no confidence from the college faculty and the student government and departures of faculty and administrators, and all that instability led to warnings from the regional accrediting agency that the college was in danger of losing its accreditation. The agency put the college on notice in late February that it must "show cause" for keeping its accreditation, and that was quickly followed by a downgrade of NIC's bond rating by Moody's, which cited the warning and the "dysfunction" in the college's governance.

If North Idaho College loses accreditation, that would essentially shut it down after 75 years of operation, since students' credits for any future classes would no longer be transferable. We bet that would really own the libs, should any be found.

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Tucker Hates Trump 'Passionately.' Trump May Not Have Heard That News Yet.

And more fallout from Tucker's 1/6 treason porn and those Dominion texts!

Another day, another tranche of texts in the Dominion case against Fox News, and oh boy, some of these are a barrel of laughs. Some are brand new, while others are hard copies of texts we already knew about. Seeing them makes it even more special, and also provides important context at times.

They all fall somewhere along the lines of exposing Fox News's contempt for its viewers, as it actively filled those morons' heads with lies about an election it knew wasn't stolen. And golly, the things these people say to each other when nobody's lookin'!

Savor every bit of this from Tucker Carlson:

Two days before Jan. 6, Carlson texted [reportedly his producer Alex Pfeiffer], “We are very, very close to being able to ignore Trump most nights. I truly can’t wait.”

He added, “I hate him passionately,” and then, of Trump’s four years in office: “We’re all pretending we’ve got a lot to show for it, because admitting what a disaster it’s been is too tough to digest. But come on. There really isn’t an upside to Trump.”

Tucker was so excited about being able to ignore Donald Trump. He couldn't wait. He hates him passionately. He acknowledges Trump's presidency was a total dud.

All of that is so awesome.

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Red States Nope Out Of Data Sharing To Catch Double Voters, Because That Is Like Every Person In Florida

But more importantly, they also don't want to have to offer to register people to vote.

Yesterday Republican secretaries of state in Florida, Missouri, and West Virginia demonstrated their deep and abiding concern for the integrity of elections by pulling out of the interstate organization that helps maintain voter rolls. Citing vague concerns about partisanship, the three states withdrew from the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), the non-profit partnership that helps states maintain their voter rolls by pooling information about voters who have died or moved, allowing deletion of duplicate registrations.

As NPR notes, the Florida Secretary of State claimed in January to have "used data provided by ERIC to identify approximately 1,177 voters who appear to have voted in Florida and in one of the other member states, in the same election" during DeSantis's performative crackdown on supposedly ineligible voters. And yet the state pulled out yesterday, mumbling about an "obligation to protect the personal information of Florida’s citizens, which the ERIC agreement requires us to share." But of course the compact has always required data-sharing — that's kind of the point. So perhaps the the real reason lies in vague insinuations about "limiting the power of ex-officio partisan members of the ERIC board."

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