If Hillary had won and this “Russia bounty on USA soldiers” thing came out? And, she said she didn’t know anything about it?
A dispatch from Heather Cox Richardson …
At best, our commander in chief is utterly derelict in his duties, presiding over a dangerously dysfunctional national security process that is putting our country and those who wear its uniform at great risk. At worst, the White House is being run by liars and wimps catering to a tyrannical president who is actively advancing our arch adversary’s nefarious interests.”
~ Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice
Renowned anthropologist Jane Goodall has a message for humanity: the coronavirus pandemic is our own fault, and she saw it coming.
You know, we’re in a bizarre time of quarantine. White people lasted six weeks and then stormed a state building with rifles, shouting: ‘‘Give me liberty! This is causing economic distress! I’m not going to wear a mask, because that’s tyranny!’’ That’s six weeks versus 400 years of quarantining a race of people. The policing is an issue, but it’s the least of it. We use the police as surrogates to quarantine these racial and economic inequalities so that we don’t have to deal with them.
No one cuts through the subterfuge and the bullshit like Jon Stewart.
Mattis wrote that Trump was dividing the nation and was threatening the Constitution. He argued that the current military leadership erred in accompanying Trump to the church, and that there was no reason to adopt a militarized response to the unrest sweeping the country following the death of George Floyd in police custody.
A remarkable piece. I’m only sorry it took him this long to speak up.
In an extraordinary criticism, former defense secretary Jim Mattis accuses President Trump of trying to divide Americans.
I didn’t think it was possible to be more proud of Aaron Rodgers.
I was wrong.
Oh, and so was Drew Brees. He just … doesn’t … get it.
“This is not about you. Stop making everything about you. You are not in need. You are not in danger.”
Jim Jordan trying to keep up … and failing miserably.