News Roundup: Two government reports dodge accountability for Trump era violence

News Roundup: Two government reports dodge accountability for Trump era violence

In the news today: The Keystone XL pipeline project is dead, for now. As the Senate releases a report on the Jan. 6 insurrection so focused on avoiding Republican ire as to be useless, a Trump-appointed inspector general announces that a violent push to clear Lafayette Park in the very moments before Trump announced he’d be taking a walk there was actually just a huuuuuuuuge coincidence. Detained immigrants still aren’t being given access to the COVID-19 vaccine despite ample supply. And in the various states, there’s a whole lot of yikes going around. A whole lot of yikes.

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

Keystone XL pipeline project dead, its backers announce

The Senate report on Jan. 6 is so concerned about bipartisanship that it’s worse than useless

Report claims police did not clear Lafayette Park for Trump photo op, despite your eyes and ears

ACLU calls on Biden admin to give detained immigrants ‘immediate access’ to COVID-19 vaccine

Ohio Republicans ask conspiracy theorists to speak at anti-vaxx hearing and it goes bananas

As ‘Ammon’s Army’ assembles at site of Oregon water dispute, local farmers grow concerned

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