Senators Call For Probe Into Russian Hacking Of 2016 Election
A bipartisan group of senators is calling for a special select committee with the sole purpose of investigating Russia’s cyber-attacks targeting the presidential election.
On Friday, President Barack Obama called Russian President Vladimir Putin on the carpet for his role in the attacks––without mentioning Donald Trump by name.
During Monday’s edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed the fallout over the Russian hacking of the 2016 election and President-elect Donald Trump‘s continuing dismissal of the hacking allegations.
Will Republican Electors Upend The 2016 Election By Refusing To Vote For Trump?
Today, Donald Trump officially becomes the 45th President of the United States of America if members of the electoral college cast their votes for him.
Unlike previous elections, a significant number of people around the country are hoping enough Republican electors will not ratify the 2016 election and withhold their votes for Donald Trump.
On Monday’s edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed the possibility of electors flipping the 2016 election results.
Rev. William Barber Discusses GOP Power Grab In North Carolina
North Carolina’s so-called ‘Legislative Coup’ is over. Legislators passed a number of bills limiting the powers of incoming Democratic Governor
State legislators passed a number of bills limiting the powers of Democratic Governor-Elect Roy Cooper in a brazen out in the open power grab. Rev. William Barber
Roland Martin, the host of NewsOne Now and Rev. William Barber, head of the North Carolina branch of the NAACP have both called the battleground state this generation’s Selma, harkening back to a darker time in the history of the United States where voter suppression was the norm.
Rev. Barber spoke with Martin during a special NewsOne Now / Tom Joyner Morning Show simulcast about the GOP power grab in North Carolina.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast