January 6th Insurrectionists Charged While Ted Cruz & Marjorie Taylor Greene Push Wild Theories



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Jimmy talks about driving to work this morning and amusing himself during the pandemic, Joe Biden gave an update about the availability of COVID tests, the January 6th Storm Trumpers are finally getting rounded up and the Justice Department charges 11 people with “seditious conspiracy,” Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green and Senator Ted Cruz continue to push bananas conspiracy theories about who was responsible for the insurrection, a new patch is being developed to help men last longer in bed, a collegiate baseball team in Portland is doing damage control thanks to their new mascot, and This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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