In other news, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has resigned from office following allegations of sexual harassment.
Meanwhile, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says members of the military will be required to get a COVID vaccine once it receives final approval from the FDA next month.
Finally, House Republicans who filed a lawsuit challenging Speaker Pelosi's mask rules apparently hired the biggest failure they could find.
Chris Wiest, the lawyer for Reps. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Ralph Norman (R-S.C.) in their suit against Pelosi over the House’s mask mandate, was previously suspended by the Ohio and Kentucky bar associations over insider trading, according to court and Securities and Exchange Commission documents.
The SEC investigated Wiest and found in 2014 that while his legal services were being retained at a hardware business called Stanley Black & Decker, or Stanley Works, he bought 35,000 shares of stock in another company that his employer was considering acquiring.
Maybe he was just the only one willing to represent them.