If MSNBC’s Chris Hayes is guilty of having the worst commentary response to the Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations, NBC News’ Ken Dilanian, Brandy Zadrozny, and Ben Popken are guilty of having the worst news coverage.
The three reporters authored a trash article this week, titled “ Accuser’s schoolmate says she recalls hearing of alleged Kavanaugh incident,” and I am not exaggerating when I say it is trash.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry is facing criticism after a Friday appearance on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” when he jokingly compared President Donald Trump to an insecure teenage girl, The Washington Post reported.
Kerry had gone on the program to promote his new memoir, “Every Day is Extra,” when the conversation veered off into the president’s tweet the day before, in which he denounced Kerry’s recent meeting with the Iranian government as “illegal.”
John Kerry had illegal meetings with the very hostile Iranian Regime, which can only serve to undercut our great work to the detriment of the American people. He told them to wait out the Trump Administration! Was he registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act? BAD!
Look at what’s going on with Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings for the Supreme Court, and the fingerprints of George Soros are all over it.
First there was a report from June in the Daily Caller that found“a new political advocacy group that vowed to put $5 million behind an effort to stop … Kavanaugh’s confirmation has significant ties to the liberal financier” Soros.
What are those ties?
The group, Demand Justice, established in 2018, gets its money from the Sixteen Thirty Fund — and the Sixteen Thirty Fund received roughly $2.2 million from the Open Society Policy Center, one of Soros’ outlets, between the years of 2012 and 2016.
Well this is interesting. Brett Kavanaugh today, told Orrin Hatch that he was not even at the party that Christine Blasey-Ford claims he sexually assaulted her at. Wow. If true, then the Democrats are really going to get destroyed over this. This will blow up in the Democrats face a hundred times worse than the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas clown show did. The party in question occurred in 1982. I don’t know how you can prove you were or weren’t at a party that far back.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote Thursday in favor of the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, paving the way for a confirmation vote in the full Senate before the end of this month.
The behavior of Democratic senators throughout this confirmation process is no doubt intended to deter good conservatives who would make great public servants from ever agreeing to serve. These senators owe the American people a collective apology for their treatment of Kavanaugh – but don’t expect to get one.
A retired Navy admiral who oversaw the raid that killed Usama bin Laden has resigned from a Defense Department advisory board, after criticizing President Trump’s decision to revoke a former CIA director’s security clearance.
William McRaven, former head of U.S. Special Operations Command, left the Defense Innovation Board (DIB) on Aug. 20, Lt. Col. Michelle Baldanza, a Pentagon spokeswoman, said.
That was four days after he wrote in the Washington Post that Trump’s actions revoking former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance “embarrassed us in the eyes of our children, humiliated us on the world stage and, worst of all, divided us as a nation.”
McRaven’s op-ed carried the headline, “Revoke my security clearance, too, Mr. President.”
“When President Obama said that he has been to ’57 States,’ very little mention in Fake News Media,” Trump tweeted. “Can you imagine if I said that…story of the year!”
He then tagged Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham. Obama has returned to the campaign trail in recent weeks to criticize Trump and his policies, which Ingraham discussed on her Friday night show.
Westmoreland commissioners on Thursday approved more than $868,000 in upgrades for the county’s emergency response system, a move officials said will ensure that police, fire and ambulance crews will have new and working radio equipment for the next seven years.
Two maintenance contracts with Motorola Solutions of Chicago, one for more than $225,000 and another totaling nearly $642,000, will cover repair and replacement of outdated equipment through 2025.