It is Friday! Exhale. It took two weeks for President Joe Biden to take action on the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse about half of the country’s rights. He took those two weeks on top of the four weeks when we already knew that those rights were being taken away. It is a good thing that Biden took some action, but more is still needed. The albatross of political malpractice still hangs around this administration as Biden has yet to publicly squash the supposed handshake deal he made with death eater Mitch McConnell to nominate an ardent anti-abortion judge to a lifetime appointment in Kentucky.
Meanwhile, just like the Nazis before them, the Jan. 6, fascists seem to have had a penchant for filming their crimes. It is a symptom of narcissism and megalomania. Hopefully, Biden’s Department of Justice will do the right thing and bring justice to their many country club doorsteps.
Here is some of what you might have missed:
- Gov. Gavin Newsom dragged DeSantis in new ad. Some think it means Newsom may run for president
- N.Y. court is urged to revive tens of thousands of DACA applications that have been stuck in limbo
- Derek Chauvin sentenced to over 20 years in George Floyd case as Charleena Lyles’ killers walk free
- Biden has given many forceful speeches this year. Here’s why they’re not breaking through
- Georgia GOP was fine with Trump’s fake elector scheme—until one of the fake electors ran for office
- Two weeks after radical Supreme Court ends federal abortion rights, Biden issues executive order
- Report: Roger Stone and Ali Alexander seen strategizing overturn in documentary
- Gun manufacturers are going to be called to account by House Democrats
- Today would be a good day for Biden to break his forced birther judge deal with McConnell
- Oath Keeper lawyer: Rhodes will testify under oath—but on his terms—to Jan. 6 committee
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