Today, Monday, June 28, 2021, is the deadline that was given to the Trump Organization’s attorneys, to persuade prosecutors not to file charges. Speculators surmise indictments will begin to drop this week. This is the culmination of a two-year effort by both New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. … Continue reading Indictment Week in New York?
Once again we find Republicans are guilty of that which they accuse Democrats. ☝️🏼This guy... Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, told Washington Post National political reporter Amy Gardner on Monday that South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham pressured him to throw out legal ballots from specific counties. Raffensperger said he’s come under … Continue reading Sticky Fingers Graham Sought to Disenfranchise Thousands
There are 76 days until November 03, 2020. I hope no one just wondered what happens on November 3rd. It’s Election Day. That said, it will be 154 days until I feel safe, and that is January 20, 2021, inauguration day. Last night was night two of four of the DNC. I’m a political junkie, … Continue reading DNC Night Two Was Great, But…
Just a quick follow up to yesterday’s post regarding the billionaires, politicians, and their families who were recipients of the C-19 relief money that was intended to keep small businesses afloat: The Evangelical church received $7.3 billion from that fund That’s it, I just want to update you on my post’s inadvertent omission, but I’m … Continue reading Tithing for Taxpayers
Political poll results matter, particularly when you’re planning to cheat. It’s harder to make excuses for “surprise election results” when canvassing numbers show the other candidate leading by double digits, which is the case with Biden and tRump. Biden is up by 13% in some polls. Surveys should not make us complacent; we must vote. … Continue reading McConnell’s Primary Election is Tomorrow
Kelly Loeffler broke into politics, just months ago. She is a Republican from Georgia who was appointed by Governor Brian Kemp, (cheater) to fill a vacancy in the Senate. Having had no political experience, she previously served as CEO of Bakkt, a subsidiary of a commodity and financial service provider called Intercontinental Exchange. Loeffler is … Continue reading Senator Loeffler’s Quid Pro Quo