If you are Gov. Ron DeSantis you make your legislative priority for 2021 the passage of a law that will criminalize political protest. You champion House Bill 1/Senate Bill 484, which will make it child’s play to shut down any protest you don’t like, including those calling for you and your allies in the Florida Legislature to be voted out of office for your failures during the pandemic, among other reasons.
How easy will it be to stifle political protest in Florida if this new law passes? This easy: Under the new law, if a thousand people are marching peacefully to protest the current leadership, all it will take is for a handful of people to decide to throw a brick through a shop window and the entire crowd will be subject to arrest, a felony conviction and a hefty fine if law enforcement deems the peaceful protest “a riot.” That brick thrower could be an infiltrator acting to deliberately derail a perfectly legal demonstration.
Good question. It is clear that the GOP has some kind of working relationship with Putin and the Russians. They’ve been caught taking money from them in the past. This needs to be looked into much further. Of course, Robert Mueller failed in connecting the dots:
Rep. Devin Nunes of California is the leading Republican on the House Intelligence Committee. And MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow is wondering why the far-right congressman still has that position in light of his connection to Andrii Derkach, a Russian agent and ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Maddow, during her March 18 broadcast, noted that Derkach is one of the Russian agents named in a National Intelligence Council report on Russian interference in the United States’ 2020 presidential election. The MSNBC host pointed out that according to the report, Derkach was “under the purview of Russian President Vladimir Putin” as part of Kremlin efforts to help former President Donald Trump win reelection and defeat now-President Joe Biden.
What does it say about the GOP if Senate candidate Kelly Loeffler wins the Georgia runoff on January 5th? That maybe they are a white supremacist party after all:
How bad is Chester Doles? When a photo circulated earlier this year with the QAnon nutjob Marjorie Taylor-Green and Chester Doles it damaged her campaign. In September, they had to throw Doles out of one of her events lest another picture of the two of them emerge. Apparently though, Kelly Loeffler has no such qualms about appearing in pictures with Nazi-sympathizers and former leaders of the KKK.
During his appearance on Ingraham’s primetime show on Tuesday evening, the Fox host seemed to reach the end of her tolerance when Graham repeatedly promoted his campaign site.
Discussing the upcoming Georgia races, which will decide which party controls the Senate, Graham called on viewers to go to “LindseyGraham.com and I will tell you how to help Sens. [David] Perdue and [Kelly] Loeffler,” adding that Ingraham’s audience “helped raise millions of dollars” for his recent campaign.
Trump claims that the election was stolen from him and is suing to stop the new president from taking office. And he is supported for the most part by his party. But some are not going along with this charade.
Even the pollsters are guilty of fraud, according to Trump:
And the innocent get hurt. In particular, our troops are being targeted due to fault of their own: