transfer of power if he loses 0 replies
WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump on Wednesday again declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the Nov. 3 presidential election.“We’re going to have to see what happens,” Trump said at a news conference, responding to a question about whether he’d commit to a peaceful transfer of power. “You know that I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots, and the ballots are a disaster.”It is highly unusual that a sitting president would express less than complete confidence in the American democracy’s electoral process. But he also declined four years ago to commit to honoring the election results if his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, won.
Garage Then Torch His Vehicles and Camper 1 reply
A Trump supporter woke up on Wednesday after the sound of an explosion to see his garage and vehicles on fire.The Minnesota Trump supporter lost his garage, two vehicles and a camper in the arson.Police are still investigating the arson.** A GoFundMe page was set up to assist the family. -Bring Me the News reported:The motive behind a suspected arson fire early Wednesday in Brooklyn Center may be political, according to a release from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.According to a release, the garage and three vehicles at a residence on the 6900 block of N. Morgan Ave. were destroyed in a fire
and says he is ‘not a fan of hers’
and says he wishes Prince Harry ‘luck’
because ‘he’s gonna need it’ after the
pair told Americans to vote president out 0 replies
President Donald Trump slammed Meghan Markle from the White House podium after she and Prince Harry recorded a video message urging Americans to vote, hinting they support Democrat Joe Biden. ‘I’m not a fan of hers.’ Trump said Wednesday to a question posed by DailyMail.com. ‘I would say this – and she has probably has heard that – I wish a lot of luck to Harry because he’s going to need it.’ Harry and Meghan, now ensconced in an L.A. mansion as Election Day approaches
plan covering preexisting conditions 0 replies
President Trump is expected Thursday to put forth a healthcare plan that draws on executive actions on price transparency and rebate reform, with a pledge to protect people who suffer from preexisting conditions.Trump will discuss the health plan in Charlotte, North Carolina.These orders “were rolled out individually and piecemeal,” Indiana GOP Sen. Mike Braun told the Washington Examiner Wednesday. “This is going to be a more coordinated approach, so we have a better response to well, ‘If you don’t have Obamacare, what is
Louisville’s deadly, record-breaking year 1 reply
Louisville hit a sobering milestone Saturday night as the city plowed past its 117th homicide of 2020, making it the deadliest year in the city’s history.Here’s a breakdown of the bleak numbers behind the rising total. Louisville Metro Police Department officers had responded to 122 homicides in 2020 through Wednesday. Victims by race -Louisville’s Black residents have been hit hardest in 2020, according to LMPD data, accounting for 71% of identified victims. White people have accounted for 26% of deaths, according to coroner’s office
the ‘Deep State’ to Ribbons 5 replies
Dinesh D’Souza has become the master of the conservative political documentary film genre, starting with his first offering, “2016: Obama’s America,” which examined the roots of then-President Barack Obama’s desire to fundamentally transform the United States. Obama, D’Souza argued, saw the U.S. as fundamentally unjust, particularly in matters of race and wealth distribution. “Trump Card,” the fifth of D’Souza’s films, picks up in a sense where “Obama’s America” ended, but this time the enemy is the “deep state” and the democratic socialists.
is matter of ‘economic survival’ 8 replies
According to President Trump, the very survival of the American economy is at stake this election. During his “Great American Comeback” event at Pittsburgh International Airport this week, the President vowed to continue working on behalf of everyday Americans. “42 days from now, we’re going to win Pennsylvania and we’re going to win four more years in the White House,” he stated. “With your vote, we’re going to lift our nation to extraordinary new heights, we’re going to turn the page forever on the failed political class, …we’re going to defend our jobs, our families, our borders and our treasured way of life.”
As A Success. Here’s The Full Story 13 replies
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has touted President Barack Obama’s orchestration of the auto bailout as a major success during his campaign, but several experts have said that Biden’s version of the bailout is misguided and “exaggerated.”“President Obama and I rescued the auto industry and helped Michigan’s economy come roaring back,” Biden tweeted on Sept. 9.Biden also stated that the Obama-Biden administration “rescued” the auto industry and helped it “re-tool” in a Sept. 14 speech. Further, he said the administration saved 646,000 auto jobs in a July 2019 tweet.
Home for Displaying an American Flag 13 replies
Protesters in Portland, many of whom have taken their activism to residential areas of the city, threatened to burn down a home for displaying an American flag. The city has experienced well over 100 days of protests, and in that time demonstrators have moved into residential areas of Portland. Terrance Moses, a black veteran who runs a nonprofit in Portland, said he observed protesters marching in the streets of his neighborhood. However, the demonstration took a turn after activists noticed an American flag displayed on one of the homes.“It went from a peaceful march, calling out the names, to all of a sudden,
Resolution Honoring RBG After Schumer
Attempts To Slip In ‘Dying Wish’ 14 replies
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) blocked an amendment to a Senate resolution intended to honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg after Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) attempted to add language to it emphasizing that her “dying wish” was to be replaced after the inauguration. In what is already turning into a heated Senate battle over the late justice’s replacement, the ceremonial resolution was tabled on Tuesday after Cruz and Schumer went back and forth on whether it was too politicized, according to The Dallas Morning News.
U-Haul Full of Supplies After Charges
Against Cop Announced (Video) 10 replies
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced Wednesday that there will be no charges filed against two of the Louisville police officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, while the third is being charged with “wanton endangerment.”(Snip) Chaos immediately erupted after charges were announced.A man pulled a gun and was subdued by a crowd.Then a protest began to form…Breonna Taylor protesters ran over to a parked U-Haul containing supplies for a (possibly violent) demonstration.According to the reporter on the scene, the U-Haul contained signs, shields, water etc.
state tax hikes to fund NYC schools 13 replies
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is calling for tax hikes to help fund New York City’s cash-strapped schools and child care programs.“I’m calling on Mayor [Bill] de Blasio and Governor [Andrew] Cuomo to raise revenue to fund universal child-care programs, significantly increase staffing at schools, and fund the infrastructure improvements, including ventilation, that our school buildings need to be safe,” Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said in a statement Wednesday.The Bronx Democrat said her tax hike call comes after hearing complaints from parents and teachers in her district that schools are not ready to reopen because of COVID-19 safety issues.