Anger Breonna / Louisville / Kentucky / United States

Anger over Breonna Taylor’s killing and the prosecutors’ handling of the case has spread from Louisville, Kentucky, where she was killed, to cities across the United States.

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Anger Breonna / Louisville / Kentucky / United States

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I can't believe I'm not hearing about female empowerment from all of the advocates of female solidarity tonight. Hrm. So weird. Can't imagine why.

The first thing Justice Barrett did was to participate in a campaign event at the White House for the president, eight days before an election that he has explicitly said he expects will turn on her vote.

At this point everyone knows Trump and GOP will attempt to use their judges to declare victory even if they lose and that’s just kind of priced in to the analysis.

President Trump declares coronavirus is "ending" as virus rates spike and financial markets dip

ACB sworn in by Clarence Thomas. Awesome.

You are free to leave at any time.

“They let the president do whatever he wants: line his pockets by shaking down the government, shred our democratic institution, destroy the country’s pandemic coping capacity," @chrislhayes  says of Republicans. "As long he gives them judges and justices."

The fact you don’t happen to like an outcome does not make the process that brought it about illegitimate when the process was in fact perfectly legitimate. A woman you don’t happen to like is not unqualified bc of your feels when in fact she is very qualified.

Thousands of homes were ordered evacuated in Orange County, California, ahead of a wildfire