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Here’s all the shit we couldn’t cover today:

  • Sen. Lindsey Graham plans to introduce legislation to end birthright citizenship in wake of Trump’s comments, enthusiastically prompted by Axios’ Jonathan Swan, expressing a desire to do exactly that with an executive order. This probably won’t work. [The Hill]
  • No one wants to join Donald Trump in Pittsburgh. [CNN]
  • Beto O’Rourke’s supporters received images of bloody fetuses in one Texas neighborbood. [Dallas News]
  • More family betrayal! Emily West is warning her fellow Missourians not to vote for her racist father, 64-year-old Steve West. “He’s made multiple comments that are racist and homophobic and how he doesn’t like the Jews,” she said. “I can’t imagine him being in any level of government.” [Kansas City Star]
  • NYPD arrested at least 14 Jewish people who were protesting white nationalism. [Vice News]
  • On Monday, Vice President Mike Pence said a loud fuck off to the Jewish community by addressing Sunday’s anti-Semitic attack in Pittsburgh with a so-called Jew for Jesus at a campaign event. [New York Times]
  • Someone fired at least four bullets in the Volusia County Republican Party office in South Daytona, Florida on Sunday, police say. No one was injured. [Washington Post]
  • Hugh Jackman celebrated his birthday with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner :( [Page Six]
  • Lawyers representing Patrick Eugene Stein, who faces life in prison for plotting to bomb a mosque and building full of Somali refugees, are asking for a more lenient sentence on account of the president’s anti-immigrant rhetoric. [Washington Post]
  • The trails behind the homes of Martha Stewart and George Soros remain closed after last week’s bomb threats. [Page Six]
  • The U.S. Agency for Global Media is investigating a program aired by Radio and Television MartĂ­ that peddled conspiracy theories about Soros and called him a “multimillionaire Jew.” [Washington Post]
  • Christmas came early for Nazis in Louisville, Kentucky, who were able to purchase Nazi ornaments at the local gun show this year. [USA Today]
  • Meet the guy running against white nationalist Rep. Steve King in Iowa. [Rolling Stone]
  • A lawmaker from the right-wing party of Brazil’s president-elect, Jair Bolsonaro is asking students to “film or record” professors who criticize Bosonaro’s party. [Guardian]
  • Bernie? [The Hill]
  • Ben & Jerry’s has released a new anti-Trump ice cream flavor called “Pecan Resist” and honestly I think they could have come up with something better. [TMZ]

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