Wow, one of Trump's great accomplishments will be to take whatever remains of Ken Starr's reputation, douse it in gasoline and just light it on fire. And I'm totally here for that.

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The most sobering takeaway from Trump’s reaction to Russian intel is not his dismissing it. He’s done that since 2016. What this reemphasizes is he has shown no interest in preventing Russia from interfering again. And so GOP’s “no one’s been tougher on Russia” line falls apart.

Fmr. CIA Director Brennan says Pres. Trump's Intel shake-up is a "virtual decapitation of the Intelligence community."

"Most of us understand voter suppression as the 1960s images of billy clubs," says Stacey Abrams. "But in the 21st century, voter suppression looks like administrative errors. It looks like user error...But it is just as intentional and just as insidious."

BOOM: ICE Throws Down the Gauntlet, Arresting Two Illegal Aliens in a California Courthouse via #NewsandPolitics  @PJMedia_com 

Surely AG Barr Will Publicly Call Out Holder and the DOJ Obamaites for Their Subversion: Paul Sperry Tears Into Obama Wingman Eric Holder After Former AG Calls Him a & #8220 ;Loser& #8221 ; and Tells Him to & #8220 ;Shut the Hell Up& #8221 ; for His Reporting

What they leave out is that Russian interference did jack shit in 2016 and will do jack shit in 2020 but they love the bullshit narrative to keep "the resistance" in panic mode American's didn't care about it then and they don't now

I have what is considered to be excellent health insurance. My family spent approximately $15,000 out of pocket in 2019. I do not love my “excellent,” employer-based health insurance. In fact, it’s awful.

I see #BTSComeback2020  is trending, but did they actually go anywhere? Seems like @BTS_twt  has been getting bigger and bigger and bigger.

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In 1921, a white mob killed about 300 Black people in Oklahoma. The Tulsa massacre was widely ignored by U.S. media and history books. Now, Oklahoma will get a new curriculum that gives teachers more help to teach about it: "This is our history, and we should know it."

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