Information Roundup: Haaland confirmed, Ron Johnson blunders once more, and filibuster fights loom massive

Ron Johnson is the Louie Gohmert of Steve Kings.

The Senate today confirmed, finally, Biden nominee Deb Haaland as the new Secretary of the Interior. Haaland becomes the first Native American to hold any Cabinet-level post in any administration. Sen. Ron Johnson continued to buffoonipate himself with further thoughts on why the racist things he says are not racist. And the Senate continues to plod towards a showdown that pits civil rights and urgent national needs against filibuster-based sabotage.

Republican attacks slowed, but did not stop, confirmation of Rep. Deb Haaland as interior secretary

Sen. Ron Johnson tries to distance himself from his racist commentary about insurrectionists vs. BLM

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Reinstate the ‘talking filibuster,’ requiring senators to keep the floor when holding up legislation

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Require 41 votes to sustain a filibuster, rather than 60 votes to move forward

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