This moron has no shame. Check this tweet from @AriFleischer on yesterday’s FBI raid of Donald Trump’s crib:
All I can say is the FBI better have the goods. This better be a slam dunk criminal case, otherwise the Biden Administration and DoJ have crossed a line of no return.
If they got the goods, announce it. Otherwise, this search on a former President’s home is a disgrace.
Got the goods? Weapons of mass destruction comes to mind. Fuc_ing moron.
MAGA world doesn’t believe in the rule of law. They never have. They think it is ok for Donald Trump to leave 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with 15 boxes of official documents. Nope.
MAGA world is conditioned to believe that they and Trump are above the law.
The FBI and Department of Justice must move forward, do its job, and ignore the whining from MAGA world.
Along those lines, 48 years ago today, Richard Nixon resigned in disgrace. I remember that 1974 day well. He walked out of the White House, waved goodbye, and got on the helicopter.
“Authentic, and a class act.”
That is what actress Jane Seymour said about her dear friend Olivia Newton-John this morning on “Today.”
“Today” did a great job on its tribute to Olivia. They used clips from “Grease” and a lot of her appearances on “Today.”
I have her “Come on Over” vinyl LP album that I bought when it came out in 1976. I played it a few months ago. It has “Come on Over,” “Jolene,” “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain,” “Greensleeves,” and “The Long and Winding Road” tunes.
The photo on my post is from the album.
I also have the “Grease” soundtrack on vinyl.
She was an all-time great who will be missed.
This is from the Chron from the Uvalde School Board Meeting last night:
The superintendent, Hal Harrell, conceded as much.
“Absolutely,” he said when asked in an interview with the San Antonio Express-News if the district had lost the public’s faith. “We’re all in a state of shock still, and trust has been crippled. It really has, and we’re going to have to build that back.”
Sad. The state and local government let this happen to this community.
The team put this out yesterday:
As a continuation of our efforts to support the Uvalde community, we have invited over 3,500 members of the Uvalde community to Minute Maid Park on August 14th to spend the day enjoying the game we all love.
During the game, earnings from the 50/50 raffle will be allocated to the Astros Foundation’s Uvalde Strong initiatives. Raffle participants who make donations of $100 or more will also receive a Uvalde Strong wrist band as a thank you. If you plan on attending the game, there will be a table selling select Uvalde Strong items such as t-shirts and wrist bands with proceeds going to the Uvalde Strong initiatives.
The team needs to make Trey Mancini an everyday player.