Why One GOP Official Says His Fellow AGs Are ‘Playing with Radioactivity’

Ohio attorney general Dave Yost addresses legal concerns over the state’s voting process via a video press release, October 13, 2020. (Screenshot via YouTube)
Ohio AG Dave Yost is going against the grain as other Republicans support Trump’s dubious post-election legal challenges.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I n today’s Republican Party, there is no status more prized than that of rock-ribbed conservative. What this means, precisely, remains the subject of hot debate. The prevailing definition — the one embraced by a plurality if not a majority of the party at the moment — seems to be something approximating “supports and defends President Trump in all of his endeavors.” One-hundred and twenty-six GOP congressmen met this particular definition by filing an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to accept the lawsuit brought by Texas attorney general Ken Paxton to overturn the election results in four swing states: Georgia,

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