What do you do when you have a Supreme Court nominee who has multiple sexual assault allegations against him? You definitely don’t rush his confirmation, that’s what.
As we approach the anniversary of the horrific events in Charlottesville, it’s important for us to know one thing: Corey Stewart does not reflect the values of the Commonwealth and it would be a mistake to send him to Capitol Hill.
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After Michelle Wolf served as the entertainment for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, the media and the GOP went on a rampage against her. We haven’t seen the same type of vitriol hurled toward Kelly Sadler, who thought it was funny to say John McCain’s feelings toward a C.I.A director nominee didn’t matter because he was “dying anyway.”
This, ladies and gentlemen, can be one of our greatest examples of hypocrisy and double standards.
The Washington Post is reporting President Trump is expected to approve the release of the infamous “Nunes memo,” though redacted, and will kick it back to the House of Representatives. From there, the GOP-led House Intelligence Committee will likely release it to the public.