In his prepared statement President Trump characterized the allegations of police brutality and systemic racism as part of the “radical left ideology” that has contributed to the creation of what he called a “violent mob.” He further called the “anti-police” rhetoric “dangerous” but assured that the “bad apples” would be dealt with by the system.
Last night, in nothing other than a tweet, President Trump again abused the power of his office and broke the law in order to enrich his friends and family. Unfortunately for President Trump, such actions, like the “use of public office for private gain,” either for oneself, a friend, or relative, is illegal. Whether the president is aware of that or not is unclear.
Rep. Matt Gaetz has been one of the president’s most vocal supporters in Congress and often gets directly to his point, even if it is thinly veiled in coded language. So, again, it should come as no surprise that Gaetz has echoed President Trump’s calls for “law and order” while simultaneously falsely characterizing the diverse protesters who are demanding equality and accountability as a “mob” hell-bent on the destruction of the very country they are trying to improve.
Domestic Terrorist, 17 year-old Kyle Rittenhouse of Antioch, Illinois, was arrested near his home, about 20 miles from Kenosha, Wisconsin, and charged with murder. Last night in Kenosha he shot and killed two protesters while injuring a third. However, there are some key questions that remain unanswered as this case is investigated.
Last Friday, Postermaster General Louis DeJoy testified before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee regarding the United States Postal Service (USPS) operations and the upcoming election. This morning DeJoy, along with the USPS Board of Governors Chairman Robert M. Duncan, testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
“Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testified this morning before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on the postal service’s operations. He was called to testify regarding the operations of the United States Postal Service (USPS) during the presidential election this November. There have been widespread complaints and concerns about delays in mail service, the removal of collection boxes, the reduction of overtime hours for postal workers, and the disconnection of high-capacity sorting machines.”