Earth On Senate Floor; “We’re Following
The Biden/Schumer Playbook” 3 replies
As expected, congressional democrats are in full blown meltdown mode after Mitch McConnell and President Trump are united on moving forward with filling the vacancy in the Supreme Court after the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. During a scorching speech on Monday, McConnell set the record straight. “In 2016, Senate Republicans did not only maintain the historical norm, we also ran the Biden/Schumer playbook”, said the Senate Majority Leader.Watch below: (Tweet/Video) He also torched the Democrats for attempting to ruin the life of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. “Two years ago, a radical movement tried to use unproven accusations to ruin a man’s life… This time, the target will not be
a revolution — but does anyone else? 0 replies
Fresh off of surprising upset victories in this summer’s Democratic primaries for state Assembly and Senate, the city’s Democratic socialists are targeting the City Council primaries next year, when 35 of the 51 seats will be without an incumbent.The Democratic Socialists of America-NYC is planning to back a slate of council candidates who, if elected, would create a “socialist caucus” down at City Hall. According to the strategy document obtained by The Post, one litmus test will be agreement to “defund the police” by 50 percent, slashing the NYPD’s budget by $3 billion.
in the car with her daughters and husband
George Stephanopolus after Supreme Court
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died 29 replies
Actress Ali Wentworth said she and her husband, Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos, both ended up crying in the family car for 45 minutes after he told her that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. The 55-year-old appeared on Live with Kelly and Ryan on Monday where she revealed the deeply personal moment on air. Wentworth explained how the family were out to dinner on Friday night when they heard the 87-year-old Supreme Court Justice had died.
President Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee 12 replies
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) supports a Senate vote on President Trump’s forthcoming Supreme Court nominee, he announced Tuesday morning.“My decision regarding a Supreme Court nomination is not the result of a subjective test of ‘fairness’ which, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder,” Romney said in a statement. “It is based on the immutable fairness of following the law, which in this case is the Constitution and precedent.”He echoed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in noting that the “historical precedent of election year nominations is that the Senate generally does not confirm an opposing party’s nominee but does confirm a nominee of its own.”
Her Books Before Shipping, Provides Photos 9 replies
On Saturday, conservative commentator and author Candace Owens claimed about 1,000 fans have informed her that their copy of her new book, “Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation,” was damaged upon arrival from Amazon.“Dear [Amazon]. About 1,000 people have written to let me know that your employees appear to be stomping on and in this case, smearing Vaseline on my books before mailing them,” Owens accused. “I know it must have pained you to ship out all 90,000 copies you had in stock— but this is unacceptable.”Owens provided photos of the damaged books, and retweeted others showcasing similar damage to their copy.
the Election Revealed 3 replies
A book being released today by Breitbart News senior tech reporter Allum Bokhari, #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election, brings together sources from Google, Facebook, Twitter and other tech companies to expose Big Tech’s hidden efforts to sway the coming election. “When voters find out what big tech companies have done to meddle in the coming election, they’ll be rightly furious” said a Google whistleblower interviewed for the book. #DELETED can be ordered online from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers. It is available in hardcover, digital, and audiobook formats.
with Harsh Penalties for Rioters including
6-Months Jail Time for Hitting a Cop, Cutting
Off Welfare 8 replies
Florida’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis announced a law he is proposing where rioters will face harsh penalties and city leaders who encourage rioting will be liable for damages.FOX News Reported yesterday: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday announced a new law to counter violent protests that have rocked the state and country since the police custody death of George Floyd in late May. DeSantis’ announcement came during a press conference at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Supreme Court nominee to replace Ginsburg
on Saturday 7 replies
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows narrowed the timeline for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee announcement to a specific day.During a Tuesday morning interview with Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo, Meadows also Trump is communicating with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on a daily basis as to a confirmation timeline for the nomination process.”We still have not made a decision on the timetable. The leader will ultimately make that after we have the hearings in Lindsey Graham’s Judiciary Committee, but they’re all engaged ready to get to work
Packing Supreme Court: ‘I’m Not Going
To Answer That Question’ 5 replies
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden said that the issue of whether he supports packing the Supreme Court is a “legitimate question” for journalists to ask but he is not going to answer the question.A local Wisconsin news station asked Biden if he was elected president and the Democrats gained back control of the Senate, would he support adding more seats to the Supreme Court. “It’s a legitimate question,” Biden responded. “But let me tell you why I’m not going to answer that question: Because it will shift the whole focus. That’s what he wants. He never wants to talk about the issue at hand. He always tries to change
Whom I’d Appoint to Supreme Court 17 replies
Joe Biden told a Milwaukee television station on Monday that voters do not deserve to know whom he would appoint to the Supreme Court.After acknowledging he has a list of potential nominees, Joe Biden told TMJ 4 he simply is not going to share it. (Tweet/Videos) He admitted the first selection was based on race and gender: a black woman. But beyond that, he would not provide additional details.“Should voters know?” the reporter asked. “Should voters know who you’re going to appoint?” “No, they don’t, but they will if I’m elected. They’ll have plenty of time,” Biden answered.
McEnany makes quick work of Gayle
King’s gotcha 24 replies
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is good at her job, so much so that sometimes the media seems to be at a disadvantage going up against her.A graduate of Georgetown University and Harvard University, McEnany is rarely, if ever caught unprepared — McEnany’s briefing binder caught the attention of some in the media, who made a big fuss over it — and that was clear in a Monday appearance on “CBS This Morning.” (Video) CBS anchor Gayle King opened the interview by pointing to polling that showed 52% of Americans say the Supreme Court opening brought about by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should be filled by
pick to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg 18 replies
Picture a female jurist who has consistently defied social expectations imposed on women and whose legal thinking is closely bound up with her faith. No, I’m not talking about Amy Coney Barrett, reported to top President Trump’s list of candidates to fill the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat. I’m talking about Ginsburg herself.Ginsburg believed fervently that conventional expectations shouldn’t hinder women as they seek their full, fair share of public life. Nor was she shy about how her Jewish faith shaped her judicial mind. In an essay for the American Jewish Committee published in 1993, she wrote: “