“There is no invasion. No one is coming to get you. There is nothing at all to worry about.” – Shep Smith [Fox News Channel]
TRUMP NATIONALISTS strike again. This time they vandalized a Brooklyn synagogue.
Last night, in a town where I was born, Columbia, Missouri. The accidental occupant of the White House drummed up a bunch of low information Missourians from the sticks. Columbia is a college town, but when the cameras panned the crowd, few college students could be seen. Maybe Limbaugh got some of his anti-American listeners to show up after he hyped the ‘caravan’ nonsense.
Races across the country are tied up.
These are the last days, the final weeks of the Republican House.
Governorships will tilt blue this year too.
Never forget 2016.
Confidence isn’t enough.
Vote blue like your country depends on it because it does.
Vote to put a Democratic check on Trump.
And do what MSNBC did yesterday: During Nicolle Wallace’s show, she chose not to televise Trump’s latest ‘caravan’ threat. … Turn off your TV until Tuesday. Go to the gym. Grill a turkey.
…and remember, Robert Mueller has yet to have his say. It will get worse for President Nationalist after the election.
Luis Bracamontes, now on death row at San Quentin for killing a California sheriff’s deputy and detective in 2014, is featured in the fearmongering video that critics are comparing to the notoriously racist “Wille Horton” ad attacking Michael Dukakis during his Democratic run for the presidency in 1988. The new video blames Democrats for letting Bracamontes into the U.S. and allowing the undocumented immigrant to stay in the country. “Who else would the Democrats let in?” the video asks. But Bracamontes was first deported during the Clinton administration and later slipped back into the U.S. during the George W. Bush administration,according to federal documents obtained by the Sacramento Bee. – Yahoo News
“There is no invasion. No one is coming to get you.” –Fox News Anchor Shep Smith pic.twitter.com/IuQ85SVcfK
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) October 30, 2018