Ron Johnson is a member of the Republican Party and was elected to the Senate in 2010.(Photo credit: Twitter/@RonJohnsonWI)

  • YouTube suspended Ron Johnson's account on Friday
  • Johnson was slapped with a one-week suspension 
  • The company said Johnson violated the website COVID 19 “medical misinformation policies” 

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Republican Ron Johnson represents Wisconsin in the US Senate. (Photo Credits: Twitter/@SenRonJohnson)

  • He said he would be concerned if the protestors had been affiliated with BLM movement
  • Republican Ron has repeatedly made comments which depict the Capitol attack wrongly
  • The Justice Department is in the process of preparing the first set of guilty plea offers

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Senator Roy Blunt has served in the US House of Representatives for seven terms (Photo Credit: AFP)

  • Senator Roy Blunt made the announcement on pre-recorded message
  • Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell called his retirement "a loss for the Republican conference"
  • A total of five Republicans have announced retirement now, including Rob Portman and Richard Burr

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Ron Johnson was elected to the US Senate in 2010 (Photo Credit: AFP)

  • Ron Johnson is a Republican Senator from Wisconsin
  • He demanded for a read-out of COVID-19 relief bill in the US Senate on Thursday
  • The process can take up to 10 hours

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Ron Johnson resides in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with his wife (Photo Credit: AFP)

  • Johnson has won two state elections in Wisconsin
  • He serves as the chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
  • The 65-year-old remains undecided about his future as a lawmaker

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US Vice President Kamala Harris voted in favour of discussing the bill (Photo Credit: Twitter/@KamalaHarris)

  • Kamala Harris broke the stalemate vote in the Senate
  •  GOP Senator Lisa Murkowski voted against the discussion of the bill
  • The 628-page-bill is being read out in the Senate on the appeal of Senator Ron Johnson

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Ron Johnson was elected to the US Senate in 2010 (Photo Credit: AFP)

  • Ron Johnson said the rioters were "in a festive mood" before the police attacked them
  • Josh Hawley asked the witnesses if they thought the police were "complicit" of the riots
  • Hawley was seen showing support for the rioters on January 6