National Nurses United / Medicare-For-All / Sanders / Warren / Buttigieg Sanders

National Nurses United, which is well known as THE Medicare-for-all union, tells me that just three candidates sat for interviews: Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg. Only Sanders did it in person.

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Alan Dershowitz really did just say on TV, “If I were a real lawyer.”

The responsibility to uphold the Constitution and our system of justice now rests on the shoulders of each and every member of the United States Senate. The very integrity of the Senate will be on trial starting next week. It is on us to have a fair trial that seeks the truth.

Pelosi’s 28-day delay tactic was a failed strategy that was widely panned by members of her own party and many in the media. It’s clearer than ever that Democrats have totally politicized impeachment, and this is the most unfair process in modern history.

"Employment records are being shattered in real time—elevating our mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and neighbors with life-changing economic empowerment." US

@TomFitton  on @WMALDC : "There should be a preliminary hearing on the prosecutorial misconduct by Schiff & co. to figure out whether there was ever a good faith basis for impeachment against @realDonaldTrump ."

8 in 10 black voters say President Trump is racist, a new poll shows

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#FBF to 1998 during #ClintonImpeachment  when @SenSchumer  said: “I hope a trial doesn’t go forward and I am starting from this moment on to explore every possible way to avoid a trial.” #Impeachment  #senate  #FlashbackFriday 

UPDATE: Facebook late Friday took down a network of several dozen Facebook pages that were coordinating posts defending Robert Hyde, the congressional candidate embroiled in the impeachment inquiry. W/ @EmilyGlazerWSJ ⁩

Trump again undermining Puerto Rico’s recovery by not releasing the full $20 billion in HUD disaster recovery funding. After 2+ years of unconscionable delay, only a fraction of the money has been released with reported strings attached.

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