In other news, Joe Biden has won Georgia yet again after the state completed a second recount. The first recount was done by hand and the second was done by machine.
Meanwhile, almost 2,600 coronavirus deaths were recorded in the last 24 hours and nearly 99,000 are currently hospitalized. We've mostly likely crossed 100,000 today already.
Finally, congressional Republicans are saying they would override Trump's veto of the NDAA, but they're still Republicans so they felt obligated to agree with Trump even if what Trump is saying is nonsense.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chairman of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee and some other Republican lawmakers pushed back on Wednesday against President Donald Trump’s threat to veto a massive defense bill unless it eliminates a federal law protecting tech companies.
“First of all 230 has nothing to do with the military. And I agree with his sentiments. We ought to do away with 230 but you can’t do it in this bill. That’s not a part of the bill,” Senator Jim Inhofe told reporters at the U.S. Senate. [...]
Republican House of Representatives member Adam Kinzinger said on Twitter he would vote to override a Trump veto if it came to that.
'And I agree with his [completely stupid] sentiments!'