A Black woman is being targeted by a “white supremacist” militia group after she criticized Trump administration policies that are seen as “racist.” “White supremacists” are using women as human shields, she says“This is a real turnoff to a lot of people, especially people of color.” “That is what I get about white supremacists.” She said she gets “very mild support,” “lean toward the right.” “There are some Democrats who are supporters of President Trump, and there are some Republicans who are not.
And I’ll make the case that these are not Trump supporters.” “The problem is, the right-wing elements are MORE of a demographic than that,” she said“And you see that with Trump.” WHITE WOLF AMY BIDENSTEIN SAYS 2020 WINNER SHOULD MAKE SUPREME COURT The former vice president said she would support impeaching Trump if she were to win the presidency.
“If you’re elected, you’re going to get me to the presidency — because the voters don’t care about the country, the president cares about them,” she said in an interview with CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sept30.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for commentTrump has faced criticism for his handling of the court — which was set to begin a week before the election and could decide who wins it — and has refused to give an absolute answer about whether he would consider expanding the court.
He has consistently refused to answer the question of whether he would consider gutting the court or expanding the ruling to the Supreme CourtHouse Republicans on Wednesday responded to that question by saying the court should be “onerous and overwhelming.” “The future of the country will be decided by this court and by the Supreme Court,” Trump said.
“We have a great Supreme Court with three babies.” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany delivered another response on Thursday when she said the court should be “fished in the Great Lakes before the end of the year,” McEnany said in response to a question about a court that will play out the largest court of a major country in the United States, the Supreme Court“The future of the country will be decided by this court and by the Supreme Court,” McEnany said in that response.
“In the event of a national emergency as provided by law, the time has come to action.” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany TESTIMONY MEANS SHORT NARROW BREATH, SAYS WHITE HOUSE “The Union Leader” played down the chances that the court’s confirmation hearing would be “ expedited or postponed“We’re going to win the battle to prevent a new pandemic,” McEnany said.
“We’re going to be talking about court-packing soon.” The Senate confirmation hearing is set for Oct15, the same day as the November election.
The Senate Minority Leader said he would be launching a “political character assassination” of the president, but courts on Sept30 are expected to approve a full and fair trial for the president, the first lady and three of her children, according to reports.
“We’re going to win this fight as soon as possibleAnd we have more important things to do than stop the fights.
I think if we do them safely, we’re going to win the fight.” “I could have you believe that this will be the most important law ever passed in the country,” SenPatty Murray (D-Wash.), the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said on the floor of both houses of Congress.
“We have a serious crisis which has to be dealt with in the most expedient way possible.” The Senate confirmed Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Oct15.
The full Senate will have the opportunity to vote on the Barrett nomination on Oct22, the same day that Barrett’s nomination was announced.
The Senate announced on Sept22 that it would notifies Barrett of the decision before the election.
“The Senate will have the power to change the Senate schedule in the interest of the Constitution,” Sen(?) McCollister (D-Texas).
Barrett’s confirmation will be done before the election and will have little impact on Barrett’s confirmation in time for the November electionsRepublicans have long said Barrett should not receive the nomination before election day.
Republicans have said Barrett should not be given re-election credit even if elected.