January 6 Select Committee Issues 35 Subpoenas…

January 6th Select Committee Chairman Thompson "In the days before the January 6th attack, the former President’s closest allies and advisors drove a campaign of misinformation about the election and planned ways to stop the count of Electoral College votes. Select Committee needs to know every detail about their efforts to overturn the election, including … Continue reading January 6 Select Committee Issues 35 Subpoenas…

The Karens Have Spoken

This week’s news… I just can’t. The Virginia Karens have spoken. They elected a Republican Governor despite that party’s recent attacks on women’s rights. New Jersey Karens nearly did the same. Republican priorities are not to serve society, rather they feel the need to weaken every demographic that is not white and male. Their attempt … Continue reading The Karens Have Spoken

Mike Lindell Gets Specific

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. I’m a little frustrated that people roll their eyes when they hear TFG supporters say, “he’ll be reinstated in August.” https://twitter.com/funder/status/1354919728888881158?s=21 Trump and his buddies warned us that something big was going to happen on 1/6, but they couldn't say what. During Trump’s … Continue reading Mike Lindell Gets Specific

Senate Blocks Commission as a Favor to Mitch

Six GOP Senators Put Country First Voting YES:CassidyCollinsMurkowskiPortmanRomneySasseEleven Senators Did Not Bother to Vote:Blackburn (R-TN)Blunt (R-MO)Braun (R-IN)Burr (R-NC)Inhofe (R-OK)Murray (D-WA)Risch (R-ID)Rounds (R-SD)Shelby (R-AL)Sinema (D-AZ)Toomey (R-PA) Remember the eleven Senators who were not willing to attach their names to a vote. Remember too the 35 Republicans who voted to block the commission- they won. How many … Continue reading Senate Blocks Commission as a Favor to Mitch

“The Lack of Actionable Intelligence”

A parliamentary inquiry into the "lack of actionable intelligence" shared before the attack on the Capitol building on January 6th began on Tuesday. The term “parliamentary inquiry” in layman’s terms is the Senate requesting formal clarification of a procedural situation. The term “lack of actionable intelligence,” could apply anything about that former guy’s entire existence. … Continue reading “The Lack of Actionable Intelligence”

CPAC Weekend — Oh Joy

CPAC weekend has arrived, oh joy. What is CPAC? I sit at a cafe under an umbrella, my elbow rests on a small mosaic table that holds a cup of thick Turkish coffee, and a pack of filterless European cigarettes. Closing my eyes, head in hand, I bask in the warmth of the sun, inhaling … Continue reading CPAC Weekend — Oh Joy