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ON THE OUTS? College Republican National Committee President is NOT INVITED to Speak at RNC This Year

Chandler Thornton is not on the RNC docket.

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Sources have informed Big League Politics that College Republican National Committee (CRNC) President Chandler Thornton was not invited to speak at the Republican National Convention (RNC) this year.

Thornton’s previous two predecessors as CRNC President were able to address the RNC, but he did not receive the invitation this time around. It could be due to his long history of opposing President Donald Trump’s agenda and attacking student activists in his corner.

Thornton once sent a letter to College Republicans at the University of Washington, complaining about their “America First” stances on positions, and actually de-chartering the group for political wrongthink.

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“We will have nothing to do with this unauthorized group as it is the policy of the CRNC that campuses be free from hurtful or inappropriate speech and be a forum for safe, lively, and diverse opinions being expressed from every corner of America,” Thornton wrote in his letter filled with social justice snowflake language.

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Thornton tried to coerce the university to stop recognizing the Washington College Republicans group and replace them with the Husky Republicans, a group founded by a “Never Trump” crony of Thornton’s by the name of Jack Pickett.

This is the type of acceptable Republicanism that Thornton is promoting. Under his stewardship, the College Republicans have been rocked by many disgraceful scandals as well.

Big League Politics broke the story of a College Republican leader from Michigan who was accused of sexual assault against several young men, allegedly abusing his authority as a College Republican to blackmail them into inappropriate acts:

A chairman with the Michigan Federation for College Republicans (MFCR) has been dismissed from his post after allegations of sexual impropriety have emerged from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Md. this past weekend.

A Michigan Republican insider has alleged that former MFCR Public Relations Chairman Dorian Thompson coerced several college-aged young men into a hotel bathroom. Using his position of authority, Thompson then allegedly demanded that the young men allow him to inspect their genitals under the threat of destroying their futures in politics if they did not comply. Thompson is denying the allegations.

Thompson is a senior majoring in political science at Grand Valley State University (GVSU), a liberal arts university in Allendale. According to a source, they may open a Title 9 investigation into Thompson’s alleged actions.

The MFCR sent out an email to chapter leaders throughout Michigan explaining their reaction to the report and why they believe the allegations to be credible:

Dear Chapter Chairs,

Yesterday, we immediately removed Mr. Thompson from his position as Public Relations Chairman upon learning about deeply troubling allegations against him. We have a zero tolerance policy on both sexual assault and harassment. We believe the victims who have bravely come forward. If anyone has any additional information, please contact the relevant authorities.

We seek to create an environment in MFCR where college students are able to make a real difference in our political process and lifelong friends. It is abhorrent to think that one of our officers abused this platform to engage in such despicable behavior, and our thoughts and prayers are with his victims. We will not fill the position of PR Chairman until convention next month. Please reach out to any of the board members with questions or if you need resources.

Sincerely,
– The MFCR Board

While Thornton is noticeably absent from the RNC docket, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk will be giving a speech in favor of the president. The CRNC is waning in relevancy due to Thornton’s failed leadership and perhaps his successor should be an individual in line with the populist “America First” trajectory of the GOP with Trump at the helm.

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Rudy Giuliani Will Testify Before Michigan House Oversight Committee on Electoral Irregularities

His testimony will take place Wednesday.

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Rudy Giuliani, the personal lawyer of President Trump, will be testifying before the Michigan House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.

Michigan state representative and House Oversight Committee Chairman Matt Hall (R) released the following statement on Giuliani’s in-person testimony:

“Election security and transparency are top concerns for people I represent. I have been getting thousands of emails and calls from people regarding this election. Other legislators have also. People have questions and concerns about the election process, the way it was handled and how our future elections could be impacted,” said Hall. “Rumors and hearsay are everywhere and our committee is attempting to get to the bottom of all of it to deliver people answers they deserve.”

“We can go a long way to achieving this by going straight to the top. Mr. Giuliani believes there were many problems with how this election was conducted and has alleged that there was significant fraud in Michigan. I am glad we were able to find time to make this work with the President’s legal team. This is an opportunity for us to get definitive answers – in-person – about Mr. Giuliani’s claims and evidence, while we work to provide clarity and transparency to people who have taken issue with our state’s election system,” Hall added.

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Representative Hall also noted that Giuliani had been asked to submit written testimony after “logistical issues” initially prevented him from testifying in-person. But it appears those issues have been ironed out.

Michigan’s House Oversight Committee is comprised of six Republicans and three Democrats.

Giuliani’s testimony is one to pay particular attention to. Big League Politics reporter Shane Trejo has been instrumental in exposing electoral irregularities and suspicious behavior in the state of Michigan. He has discussed what he has seen and heard with Michelle Malkin and One American News Network (OANN), among others:

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