Anti-Drag Protesters Vandalize NYC Councilman’s Office & Home + More News

Anti-Drag Protesters Vandalize NYC Councilman’s Office & Home + More News
New York City Council member Erik Bottcher (image via Twitter)

Some news items you might have missed:

The Advocate: A group of anti-drag queen protesters entered the office of gay New York City Council member Erik Bottcher on Monday afternoon, and then moved on to his apartment building where they gained access to his home.

Axios: Capitol Hill is preparing to host Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for a joint session of Congress this week, Axios has learned. This would be Zelensky’s first in-person visit to the U.S. since Russia invaded Ukraine in February.

NBC News: The Democratic-led House Ways and Means Committee voted Tuesday to make public former President Donald Trump’s tax returns once they are redacted for personal information.

CNN: A top Republican in Nassau County acknowledges discrepancies on New York Rep.-elect George Santos’ resume are “serious.” Santos claims to have worked for Citi and Goldman Sachs, but both companies say they have no record of him. He also says he earned degrees at Baruch College and New York University but, you guessed it – they have no record of him.

Arizona Daily Star: Arizona Republican Kari Lake, who lost her bid for governor last month, promised her supporters she would get governor-elect Katie Hobbs on the witness stand during her upcoming lawsuit contesting the results of the election. Since the only charges being argued only involve Maricopa County, Lake’s lawyers withdrew their subpoena of Hobbs.