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1.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) said he was armed with a gun during the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill by supporters of President Donald Trump, many of whom came from a rally where Cawthorn spoke earlier in the day. Speaking to the Smoky Mountain News a day after the violence, Cawthorn said he was on …

2.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

At about 2 p.m. Jan. 6, Cawthorn issued a poorly worded tweet, at best, one that could be interpreted to encourage rioters to enter the U.S. Capitol at worst: “I’m fighting a battle for our…

3.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

Newly elected Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn condemned the violence at the Capitol earlier this week after encouraging his supporters to fight in the run-up to the insurrection.

4.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Insurrection New York Magazine – Olivia Nuzzi. Madison Cawthorn after speaking at Trump’s rally and before the insurrection. Madison Cawthorn has a vision of a January 6 that did not happen. One in …

5.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection The youngest member of Congress is invigorated by the mob he helped incite.

6.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

Hours before the insurrection inside the Capitol Jan. 6, Cawthorn spoke to pro-Trump supporters at a “Stop the Steal” rally in D.C. “There is a new Republican Party on the rise that will represent…

7.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

Madison Cawthorn — known in *real* MAGA circles as “mini Crenshaw” said today: “Trump never should’ve directed that crowd toward the Capitol… The bad outcome was destined at that point.”

8.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

George Erwin Jr., a former Henderson County Sheriff, rescinded his support for newly-elected Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.), saying Cawthorn’s words played a role in the deadly riot that took …

9.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

At the rally that preceded the violent and deadly insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6, Cawthorn told the crowd, “Make no mistake about it, they do not want you to be heard. But my friends, when I look out into this crowd, I can confidently say, this crowd has the voice of lions.

10.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Capitol Insurrection

Madison Cawthorn, the freshman GOP congressman from outside Asheville, was among those who actually spoke at the January 6 rally that preceded the riot at the Capitol. In an interview Monday,…

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1.What Madison Cawthorn Saw at the Insurrection

Madison Cawthorn has a vision of a January 6 that did not happen. One in which he does the noble thing for career and country. He uses his MAGA celebrity for good. He transforms from shitposter to statesman.

Published Date: 2021-01-16T15:38:10.0000000Z

2.Madison Cawthorn says he was armed in Capitol during mob’s invasion

Claims that he carried loaded gun inside the halls of the Capitol Jan. 6 has Rep. Madison Cawthorn and rules surrounding firearms inside the Capitol facing scrutiny.

Published Date: 2021-01-08T19:12:00.0000000Z

1  Cawthorn fires back after Dems in district pressure Pelosi to expel him
The youngest member of Congress, Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., on the future of the Republican Party. Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s office fired back at Democrats from his state calling on the House speaker to expel him, saying his efforts to contest the election were “entirely appropriate and legal.”‘ “Unlike NC-11 Democrats, Madison Cawthorn …
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1.2021 storming of the United States Capitol

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) called the storming of the Capitol a "failed insurrection" and that Senate "will not bow to lawlessness or intimidation…

2.Second impeachment of Donald Trump

"incitement of insurrection" against the U.S. government and "lawless action at the Capitol" was introduced to the House of Representatives. The article was…

3.Republican reactions to Donald Trump’s claims of 2020 election fraud

(2021-present) Ted Budd, NC-13 (2017–present) Tim Burchett, TN-2 (2019–present) Madison Cawthorn, NC-11 (2021–present) Ben Cline, VA–6 (2019–present) James Comer, KY-1…

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