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FILE–Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace is shown in this Oct. 19, 1964 file photo speaking in Glen Burnie, Md. at a rally supporting then Republican presidential candidate Sen. Barry Goldwater. Wallace, the one-time firebrand segregationist who was paralyzed by a would-be assassin s bullet as he campaigned for the presidency in 1972, died Sunday, Sept. 13, 1998. He was 79. (AP Photo/file)

Tommy Tuberville is doing a unilateral blockade of military promotions in part because Charles Brown believes that the military should be an “equal opportunity employer”:

Why did @SenTuberville vote against the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs?“I heard some things he talked about, about race and things that he wanted to mix into the military,” he told @BloombergTV. “Our military is not an equal opportunity employer.” pic.twitter.com/avFStO79Af— David Gura (@davidgura) September 27, 2023

“Race and things he wanted to mix,” eh?

One good thing about Republicans electing genuinely dumb people to the Senate is that they haven’t always mastered the codewords that savvier Republicans use and just blurt out the party line unvarnished.

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