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AZ GOP Big 3 Censured, Tweet Their Response

Get 50% off your first month at Haverdash. No code needed.Arizona's diversion from its staunchly Republican roots has a fallout.
The AZ GOP, on Saturday censured three big name Republicans, Cindy McCain, Senator John McCain's widow, former Senator Jeff Flake and Governor Doug Ducey over claims of several failures.

Loyalty, meanwhile, has been rewarded. Chairwoman Kelly Ward, who backed former president Donald Trump all the way over his election fraud claims, even attempting a suit that failed, got re-elected.

Get 50% off your first month at Gwynnie Bee. No code needed.Physician Ward, who won over her challenger by three points in two rounds of voting to get re-elected, spoke to the Arizona Republicans at the Dream City Church in Phoenix.

According to CNN, Ward endorsed Trump's "Make America Great Again" rallying cry, then played out an audio message from Trump that said "I give her my complete and total endorsement."

ABC7 News quoted Sara Mueller, Ducey's political director saying: "These resolutions are of no consequence whatsoever and the people behind them have lost whatever little moral authority they may have once had."

Denver Post, in its report, said that the GOP party officials and activists nationwide are facing a question of Republican identity after Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6, followed by the loss to Biden.

2014 American Calf Poirier Turns A Bull

American Dustin Poirier metamorphosed from a calf of 2014 into a bull on Sunday morning.

The Diamond used calf kicks as the perfect counter to draw 1-1 with Conor "Notorious" McGregor after a technical knockout in 2 minutes, 32 seconds.

serveYahoo Sports reported that the win puts Poirier up for a lightweight title fight either against reigning champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, who'll have to come out of retirement or another top contender.

According to Fox News, Justin Gaethje is the No. 1 contender to Khabib's belt. However, as Gaethje lost to Khabib last year, Poirier who came as the No. 2 contender, has grabbed the momentum after his victory over Irishman McGregor.

Learn Brazilian Bikini Waxing techniquesESPN MMA quoted McGregor summing up the cause for his defeat. "It's hard to overcome inactivity over a long period of time. I just wasn't as comfortable as I needed to be, you know what I mean? It's inactivity, and that's it." 

The fight at the Etihad Arena, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates was McGregor's third MMA fight since 2016.

Meanwhile, UFC president Dana White is showing interest in pitting Poirier against Michael Chandler, the newcomer and former Bellator champion who knocked out Dan Hooker in the UFC 257 co-main event. This could be possible if Khabib's belt goes vacant.

Biogetica Brain Support TabletKelly Claims Media Triggered Capitol Riot

Fox News star turned podcaster Megyn Kelly has now jumped into the Donald Trump ouster debate blaming a section of the fourth estate.

Kelly has insisted that media, particularly CNN, are responsible for the Capitol riot on January 6 because of their deep rooted dislike for president Trump.

The Daily Beast quoted Kelly from an interview she gave to BBC Newsnight on Saturday night. 

"Part of the reason why we saw what happened on the Capitol here two weeks ago was because there was a complete lack of trust, destruction of trust in the media and people don’t know where to turn for true information. They don't trust the media anymore and it's a major problem."

The Daily Mail UK quoted Kelly saying: "They hated him so much, they checked their objectivity, and it wasn’t just CNN, all of them did. They just couldn’t check their own personal feelings about him."
The Sun UK produced copies of several tweets that slammed Kelly's claim. 
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