Anybody know where that vote came from?
I believe Kornacki is off. He said about 35k for Biden and 43k for Trump which is 78k in the last dump. Which is about 55% not 59%. Also isnt there also some vote left in Tuscon area highly dem.?
Where is it coming from could it change any of the senate race with Purdue?
AP called it for Biden but MSNBC hasn't called it or it isn't up on there map.
He was mentioning some concerns about Miami Dade turnout. Later on in the show they pictured ballots stuck at the post office. Could that explain away some of the concerns? Does anybody know the specifics of what he was talking about? Because I thought they were touting early turn out.
Did Trump get 150k ballots thrown out in Iowa. Does anyone know what the pretense is and if anything is being done to get these people their ballots?
Pence had a pink eye. Maybe blood in it. Is it a sign of Covid or a system of COVID.
About the travel ban. It seems reasonable to say that a travel ban that targets only specific area doesn't do a hell of a lot when Covid 19 is spread over the whole world. Plus that ban was swiss cheese.
If Trump goes ahead and tries to appoint a justice don't enlarge the court; shrink it to 7. Everyone I know knows the concept of seniority. The last ones hired are the first ones let go or fired. Simply roll back that last 2 that were hired and it would be Brett Kavanaugh and ....
When you think about it it seems like poetic justice. For 4 years Trump has been trying to erase Obama's legacy. This would all but erase Trumps legacy.
IMO it would show more balance and stability. By shrinking the court we would showing more strength than increasing the numbers. Having 7 instead of 11 would give the court more prestige. And by doing it this way we would be keeping the court out of the political fray.
We can simply say we are retiring Justice Scalia's and Justice Ginsberg seats in honor of them. By also honoring Scalia we balance the scales. Since the two were friends the optics would work. Also since Kavanaugh's appointment was so controversial many mid level conservatives were against his appointment.
Finally, IMO we would be showing Trump that our institutions have actually strengthened instead of weakened.
Tweety was trying to maneuver Rudy into saying he didn't have any more information about the emails than we did (public), because Rudy always says that the agents and him were upset that Hill wasn"t prosecuted. However, Remember his interview with Wolf: Gosh, its been 8 months since I talked to an active agent. Which would put it in February, when Comey made his determination in June-July. If the disgruntled came from retired agents who were mot privy to the case then they wouldn't know the evidence.
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