The chair of the Vermont Republican Party says she will not resign or sign a resolution calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump, but instead will remain aligned with the almost 113,000 Vermont voters who cast ballots for the former president.
About 25,000 National Guard troops were in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to provide security for the inauguration of Joe Biden, but first the members had to suffer the humiliation of being vetted by the FBI as potential security threats to the United States.
Of the more than two dozen Vermont GOP lawmakers who didn’t co-sponsor a resolution calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office, 10 told True North Reports how they voted on the measure — 15 others wouldn’t say.
Vermont’s public safety commissioner on Thursday briefed the General Assembly about “dangerous right-wing extremists” and said to stay vigilant, but admitted law enforcement knows of no specific threats currently within the Green Mountain State.
The FBI has caused nationwide alarm that armed protests are planned for 50 statehouses leading up to the inauguration of Joe Biden, but law enforcement officials in Vermont say they know of no specific threat or plans for armed protests in Montpelier.
The Stamford Selectboard is consulting with its lawyer on how to respond to Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan, who claims the town doesn’t have the authority to assert autonomy.
Seventeen state lawmakers sided with Vermont’s 112,704 Trump voters this week by rejecting a resolution that urges Congress and cabinet members to remove President Donald Trump from office.
A Vermont lawmaker says he received a threatening phone message this week demanding that he publicly condemn President Donald Trump or lose his livelihood.
A group of Vermonters on Wednesday witnessed the historic “Save America” rally and subsequent storming of the U.S. Capitol, as a rogue mob breached building security and forced Congress to shut down temporarily, delaying election certification until late in the evening.
A small group of dedicated constitutionalists in Vermont met at the Statehouse on Tuesday to speak up for the Fifth Amendment and speak out against what they see as an increasingly oppressive state government.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, joined other liberal voices over the weekend in criticizing President Donald Trump and millions of Trump voters who are questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election.