The election of 2016 may well have been stolen-or to use Donald Trump’s oft-repeated phrase-“rigged,” and nobody in the media seems willing to discuss it. The rigging was a pretty simple process, in fact: in 27 Republican-controlled states (including critical swing states) hundreds of thousands (possibly millions) of people showed up to vote, but were mysteriously…
Republicans will turn the Mueller hearing into a ridiculous circus — and humiliate themselves in the process
Former special counsel Robert Mueller is scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill Wednesday, beginning before the House Judiciary Committee in the morning and moving to the House Intelligence Committee. He will reportedly discuss his investigation into President Trump's likely obstruction of justice in the first session, and then his investigation into possible collusion or conspiracy between Trump's 2016 campaign and agents of the Russian government in the second.
Conservative publication explains how Trump is like ‘political meth’ that sent the GOP spiraling into addiction
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump spoke before Turning Points USA, a right-wing group primarily composed of young people. As expected, Trump went off on another rant about "The Squad" going so far as to falsely suggest that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is an anti-Semite.
Even as some members of his party have cautioned Trump about targeting the four lawmakers, he's continued to ramp up his attacks.
Writing in The Bulwark, conservative columnist Jonathan V. Last wonders if Trump is a symptom or an aggravating factor of our rage-filled times. He highlights a reader's letter, who makes the point that Trump is both a symptom of our angry, divisive culture and that he also makes everything worse. The reader, E.P., observes that Trump's brand of politics can be thought of as akin to meth addiction.
Ted Cruz’s dangerous resolution suggests that all forms of political dissent could soon be considered terrorism
Last week, Republican Sens. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Ted Cruz of Texas introduced a resolution to designate "antifa," which the Anti-Defamation League defines as "a loose collection of groups, networks, and individuals who believe in active, aggressive opposition to far right-wing movements," as a "domestic terrorist organization."