Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok – who played a central role into the now debunked investigation into President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia – is now arguing that his politically charged anti-Trump text messages are protected under the First Amendment.
Month: December 2019
Hikind named the Jewish communities that had been hit by the attacks, then asserted, “All of these communities: they love the president. They are his greatest supporters.”
44% of Florida Latinos voting in the 2018 midterms voted for Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, compared to the 32% of Latino voters who supported Republican House candidates nationally. Much of that difference was driven by Cuban voters in Florida, 57% of whom voted for DeSantis.
Earlier in the month, Joe Biden said he’d risk displacing hundreds of thousands of blue-collar workers in order to combat climate change.
Now he’s telling miners to, “Learn how to program.”
The remarkable thing about Democrats in post-Obama America is that they can find racism anywhere, even at the doctor’s office.
In a move to pander to black voters, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s healthcare proposal essentially throws doctors under the bus, requiring them to undergo racial bias training.
A grandfather in Oregon purchased his family an unexpected Christmas gift: a yellow school bus.
Doug Hayes surprised his 10 grandchildren with the bus that has the words ‘Grandfather Express’ written across the side on Wednesday at his home in Gladstone.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has reaffirmed that he will not comply if he is subpoenaed to testify in the Senate impeachment trial.
Biden claimed during an interview with the Des Moines Register editorial board that his testimony would “take attention away from Trump and the allegations against him.”
“This action, if it is allowed to stand, will invalidate the votes of millions of North Carolinians who voted overwhelmingly to implement voter ID and strengthen the integrity of N.C. elections.”
Late Senator John McCain provided disgraced former FBI chief James Comey with five separate reports from Christopher Steele that the FBI didn’t previously possess related to unsubstantiated allegations of collusion between Russia and President Trump’s 2016 campaign, the Justice Department’s recent Inspector General report revealed.
Back in September, we reported that TV network OAN had filed a lawsuit against Rachel Maddow for the time the host said that OAN “really, literally is paid Russian propaganda.”
Now, Maddow finds herself having to come up with a defense for her statement in court. And she has also apparently hired Lionel Hutz as her legal adviser.