GOP Governor Won’t Vote for President Trump
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has announced he will not vote for President Trump.
The governor, who has bipartisan support in his Democrat-leaning state made the announcement on Wednesday.
White House Press Secretary Locked Out of Twitter
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany was locked out of her Twitter account Wednesday.
The social media platform – which has been under fire recently for its censorship – took action against McEnany for simply sharing a New York Post story.
Pelosi Loses it During Interview With CNN’s Wolf Blitzer
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi lost it on CNN’s Wolf Blitzer when the host pressed the Democrat leader on coronavirus relief.
He’s BACK! PROOF Trump’s Momentum has Returned
The Trump Train is back on track. After President Trump tested positive for Coronavirus some supporters started to lose faith thinking the President was down and out. But he is back and stronger than ever and will not give up until he beats Biden in November. Take a look at the proof Trump is gaining momentum and will not be stopped
Sen. Kamala Harris Cancels Visit Due to Covid
Sen. Kamala Harris won’t be going to Cleveland Friday after her communications director tested positive for COVID-19.
Late Wednesday, the Democratic presidential campaign learned Liz Allen, communications director to Harris, and a non-staff flight crew member tested positive for COVID-19.
Harris had not been in close contact with either individual over the past two days. The Democratic vice presidential candidate has also tested negative for COVID-19 as recently as Wednesday
Kamala Harris False Abraham Lincoln Story
Sen. Kamala Harris is the very embodiment of today’s progressives. She proved this again and again on the debate stage with Vice President Mike Pence, most clearly in her continual willingness to twist or rewrite history to make a point.
This time she simply made up a story about Abraham Lincoln’s decision to appoint Salmon P. Chase to the U.S. Supreme Court as the election of 1864 approached. Chief Justice Roger Taney, the author of the notorious Dred Scott decision and an implacable foe of the president, died in early October. In Ms. Harris’ version of what happened next, Lincoln delayed appointing his successor until after the election because “Honest Abe said, it’s not the right thing to do.”