ArchiveNational 2-5-21Herb Scribner·February 5, 2021· Share Spit on for revealing her trauma — bitter, partisan reactions to AOC are proof American politics has lost its way (Deseret News) – National columnist S.E. Cupp writes This kind of unconscionable moral rot has infected America deep in its core. “It’s becoming clearer with every passing day that amid all the things posing an imminent threat to our way of life — disease, climate change, war — it’s truly our inability to see each other as people before politics that’s going to destroy us.” Here are the 11 House Republicans who voted to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments (CNN) – House Democrats, who control the chamber, set up the vote after first attempting to pressure Republicans to strip the Georgia Republican of her committee assignments on their own. House Republicans did not taken that action, however. Biden beefs up administration with Asia experts as the U.S. prepares to take on China (CNBC) – That’s a move that analysts said signals renewed efforts to raise U.S. standing in a region where China’s influence is growing. Republicans worry their big tent will mean big problems in 2022 elections (Washington Post) – House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has pinned his hopes for reclaiming the majority in 2022 on never having to choose between the contradictory factions in his own party, no matter how deep the divisions appear.Bipartisan support emerges for domestic-terror bills as experts warn threat may last ‘10 to 20 years’ (Washington Post) – Elizabeth Neumann, a former assistant secretary of homeland security for counterterrorism during the Trump administration, warned lawmakers that there is a “high likelihood” that another domestic terrorist attack would occur in the coming months and that the problem would persist “for the next 10 to 20 years.” Biden seeks to restore ‘badly damaged’ refugee resettlement program (Washington Post) – “It’s going to take time to rebuild what has been so badly damaged,” Biden said during a speech at the State Department. Democratic lawmakers join Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in sharing Capitol riot experiences (USA Today) – AOC organized an hour aimed at “creating space for members to talk about their lived experience on January 6 and the need for accountability.” Jen Psaki slammed for ‘homophobic’ tweet about Sen. Lindsey Graham (New York Post) – White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has come under fire for referring to Sen. Lindsey Graham as “Lady G” in an old tweet.