Logs to Be Named – Epstein’s Rich and
Famous Pals Panicking 49 replies
The world’s rich and famous traveled to and from Jeffrey Epstein’s island in the Atlantic for years. Today the AG for the US Virgin Islands demanded the logs on all flights to and from the island for the past few decades.
The Attorney General for the US Virgin Islands, where Epstein had a home, has demanded logs for his four helicopters and three planes, from 1998 to his suicide last year.
urge ‘unprecedented’ action over Supreme
Court 40 replies
Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined forces in Brooklyn on Sunday to issue a “fervent plea” that Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat on the Supreme Court remain vacant until after the November presidential election.Speaking from the late justice’s alma matter, James Madison High School in Midwood, Ocasio-Cortez said Dems need to use “every tool at our disposal” to block a Senate confirmation hearing for any potential replacement nominated by President Trump.“We need to make sure we mobilize on an unprecedented scale to ensure this vacancy is reserved for the next president,” she said.
Pull the Plug on Joe Biden? 36 replies
Here is the latest from Joe Biden: he misread his teleprompter, and pronounced that by the time his speech was over, 200 million Americans–two-thirds of our population!–will have died from COVID-19, and it is all President Trump’s fault: If you need more proof that Joe Biden is a teleprompter puppet, here it is. “It’s estimated that 200 million people will die, probably by the time I finish this talk.” He just said 2/3 of the US will die by the time he’s done talking & blamed Trump. pic.twitter.com/t1sl3vSF58 — Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 20, 2020
nobody does self-righteous
hatred like the left 35 replies
Leo Guinan (“he/him”) has bravely and smugly gone public with his decision to blackmail his father for being a Trump supporter. Unless daddy changes his ways, he’ll never see his grandchildren again. Guinan oozes self-righteous hatred. The only good thing about his post is that people were appalled and contemptuous. (snip) This wonderful human being wrote a now-viral post entitled, “Today I Gave My Dad A Choice: Trump or His Grandkids and His Son.” He explains that he was traumatized by finding a Trump sign in his father’s yard.
fire in Maine in what lawmaker
calls an act of ‘political terrorism’ 32 replies
A large sculpture of a donkey that was designed to be a Democratic symbol was destroyed in a Maine town overnight Saturday after someone set the structure ablaze. Rep. Seth Berry described the incident in Bowdoinham as “an act of arson and of political terrorism” after the traveling donkey, which was named Mr. H, was set on fire at around 2 a.m. on the property of Theresa Turgeon, a former select board member. “Mr. H took two full years to build,” Berry, who serves under the Democratic Party, wrote on Facebook. “He was larger than life, perhaps 7 feet tall
and Chipotle, Calling It a ‘Big Sale’ 30 replies
On Saturday night, an antifa mob of about 200 people marched in Portland, smashing windows at a Starbucks and a Chipotle, forcing a truck driver to make a black power salute, and at one point burning a “Thin Blue Line” flag, chanting “blue lives splatter.” “F**k you, pigs!” one rioter shouted as a group of rioters lit the flag on fire. Another hinted at violently attacking the police by chanting, “Black lives matter! Blue lives splatter!”(Snip for tweet) The Portland Police Bureau reported that a march of roughly 200 people began around 9 p.m. on Saturday evening.
Court on Wednesday, Thursday 29 replies
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday after a private ceremony for family, friends and members of the court, according to a statement from the high court’s spokeswoman on Monday. Ginsburg, who died on Friday, will lie in repose under the portico at the top of the stairs of the Supreme Court building so that mourners can pay their respects, said spokeswoman Kathleen Arberg. On Friday, Ginsburg’s casket will lie in state in the National Statuary Hall of the Capitol on Friday, said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. A formal ceremony will be held on Friday morning
On A Justice 27 replies
Outside of the friendly confines of Utah, Mitt Romney is not a very popular figure in the Republican Party just at the moment. His vote to convict President Donald Trump on one charge during the impeachment debacle cemented a severe distaste that most conservatives developed as a result of his Never Trump antics. Romney suffered those slings and arrows without much complaint, stating the reason he received so much ire is his principled conservatism. As Trump moves to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Romney’s principles should make him a yes.
interview on SCOTUS fight 27 replies
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left some viewers scratching their heads after what seemed like a brief communication issue during a Sunday morning news show. During an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Pelosi, D-Calif., was asked whether she and House Democrats would move to impeach President Trump in an effort to stop his U.S. Supreme Court pick from being confirmed to the bench — following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “We have our options. We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now, but the fact is we have a big challenge in our country,” Pelosi said.
about Ginsburg’s ’tragic’ death 23 replies
The insufferable Chris Wallace of Fox News kept referring to the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as “tragic” on yesterday’s edition of Fox News Sunday. While I am full of sympathy for her family, loved ones, and friends who all have lost someone they deeply mourn, I cannot see how her death is “tragic” — unless one is a partisan Democrat fearing loss of control of the Supreme Court. (snip) We should all be so lucky as to live so long, receive the best medical care in the world, and be surrounded by family as we shuffle off this mortal coil
Laments: ‘We Could Have Done More’ 22 replies
Andrew Weissmann, former top prosecutor for Robert Mueller’s special counsel team investigating the president, lamented in an interview published Monday in The Atlantic that they could not do more.Mueller’s report, which came out in early 2019, said there was no evidence of criminal conspiracy, cooperation, or coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia, and declined to make a judgment on whether President Trump had obstructed justice.Weissman said that the special counsel was hampered by internal divisions and that Mueller’s integrity allowed Trump to escape accountability. “There’s no question I was frustrated at the time,”
Post-Ginsburg 2020 Apocalypse 22 replies
So, how was your weekend? The news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing on Friday certainly ratcheted up the 2020 crazy by several orders of magnitude, didn’t it? I was heading out to meet some friends when I saw the news on Twitter and my first thought was, “This might be the last time I can get out and have fun before ‘peaceful protests’ begin again.” The lefties wasted little time in confirming my suspicion that RBG’s death was going to do the seemingly impossible: make them even more unhinged.