Republicans can’t talk about the issues that really matter to voters, so they gin up false narratives to get out the vote. This midterm, they’ve come up with “liberal mobs” and “antifa” coming to get everyone. In reality, the “liberal mobs” are angry about rape and jailed babies; they want a dialogue, they aren’t even carrying weapons, unlike the Tea Party in 2010.
From the most powerful bully pulpit in the world, Donald Trump called Stormy Daniels "Horseface" Tuesday morning, as he mocked her for the lawsuit she filed against him after her defamation suit against the president was dismissed because Trump's threats against her were protected by free speech laws.
Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway tried to claim that Senator Elizabeth Warren's DNA test, suggesting that she does indeed have Native American ancestry, didn't interest her Monday morning.
This scam is called 'reject the mail-in ballot' in the majority minority county of Gwinnett, where 62% of the residents are not white. Gwinnett County, Georgia is responsible for 40% of mail-in ballot rejections statewide, and rejection rates for Asians and African-Americans are much higher than whites.
Republican candidate Scott Wagner threatened Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf: "You better put a catcher's mask on your face because I'm going to stomp all over your face with golf spikes."
But by Monday, I knew it was a lifetime war. Tuesday I knew I would get there. And I will.
Karma is showing President Trump who’s boss, as the only-rich-because-he-inherited-hundreds-of-millions-of-dollars Donald Trump has lost $1 billion in personal wealth since running for president, according to the latest Forbes billionaires list.
DID YOU DO THIS IN HIGH SCHOOL?
An Anti-Kavanaugh ad by the Agenda Project targeting middle age men in Arizona, Alaska, Maine, and Iowa with a saturation-level buy asks.
Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) blasted Republicans in her opening remarks on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, reminding everyone that this is not a trial of Dr. Ford but a job interview for Brett Kavanaugh, and "Is he the best we can do?"
Ronan Farrow disputed Republican Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley's claim that Republicans submitted numerous requests to the other women who have made sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, citing Debbie Ramirez's attorneys who claim that Republicans refused to even speak on the phone with them.
With Christine Blasey Ford up against an all male panel being fronted by Rachel Mitchell, a registered Republican they brought in from Maricopa County in Arizona (home to injustice and cruelty), a fact depicted so brilliantly by a New York Times photo below, people flocked to send Christine Blasey Ford their support.
Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley filed a lawsuit to halt the Kavanaugh confirmation process until Kavanaugh's full record is made available.
Avenatti, the lawyer for yet another woman who has accused Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, delivered the goods on Wednesday, including submitting her sworn statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee and demanding an FBI investigation.
With growing support from women, Democrats are poised for major gains in midterm, new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll shows.
Democrats are poised to make huge gains this midterm, and it’s thanks to three groups of women voters who have been important for Republicans: suburban residents, married white women and white women without college degrees.
By Richard Cowan and Lawrence Hurley
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House and its Republican congressional allies on Tuesday delivered a message of unwavering support for President Donald Trump‘s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh after the judge went on television to fight back against allegations of sexual misconduct that have imperiled his nomination.
The United Nations General Assembly laughed at President Trump Tuesday after he claimed his "administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history" of the United States.
“Another Yale Classmate Rebuts Kavanaugh: was he lying then, or last night on Fox? This classmate is now an award-winning history professor,” The New Yorker‘s Jane Mayer pointed out on Twitter Tuesday morning, after Brett Kavanaugh gave a softball interview to Fox News, during which they let him play the victim while he claimed he was a virgin and so couldn’t be a rapist.
Bullish fighter Michael Avenatti, who takes on Trump and wins and wins and even if he loses an argument keeps winning the war, was just forced to make his account private on Twitter due to bots and Trump trolls he attributed to his representation of women regarding Kavanaugh.
Women’s March protesters are holding a “Cancel Kavanaugh” rally for survivors of sexual assault in DC Monday, with walkouts nationwide to say, “We believe survivors.”
Jane Mayer pointed out on MSNBC‘s Morning Joe that the second Kavanaugh accuser didn’t step forward, but rather they called her and Mark Judge’s former girlfriend told her that said he had sex when he was at Georgetown Prep with some of his friends, all with the same drunk woman at the same time.’”