Since Nothing Else is Going On, Republicans Want the DOJ to Prosecute Netflix

Barr offers more Mueller report to Democrats

The United States has had over 6 million COVID-19 cases. The death count from those cases is nearing 200,000 and the country is regularly seeing over 1,000 deaths a day.

Americans have also been waiting on a decision about expanded unemployment benefits since the end of July. Since Republicans in the House seemingly have nothing better, though, they’ve decided to ask William Barr to prosecute Netflix. read more

Former GOP Congressman Joe Scarborough: Trump Is “The Greatest Threat to American Conservatism and the Church”

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A former Republican congressman turned TV host has criticized those supporting Donald Trump because of their conservative beliefs by dragging the President’s own credentials.

Joe Scarborough was a Florida congressman from 1995 to 2001, entering the House as part of Newt Gingrich’s majority during the presidency of Bill Clinton. He now co-hosts a morning show on MSNBC and has become a harsh critic of Trump. read more

Trump Accuses Nevada of “Coup”, Threatens to Sue to Stop Mail-In Voting

Trump says he's taking Hydroxychloroquine

Donald Trump has threatened to sue the state of Nevada to prevent the extension of mail-in voting in the state. In an early morning tweet, the President accused the governor of a coup.

Nevada approved legislation on Sunday that will automatically send mail-in ballots to all voters in the state – something several other states already do. Governor Stephen Sisolak will sign the new measure. He is a Democrat. read more

Lindsey Graham Tries to Rebuke Democrats: “You Think I’m in Trump’s Pocket”

Senator Lindsey Graham inadvertently gave his critics a soundbite on Thursday while trying to shame Democrats. The South Carolina Republican was defending himself from Democratic criticism.

Former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein was testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee about Robert Mueller’s investigation. Graham chairs the committee and he was pursuing the GOP position that the probe was improper. read more