A panel on Kasie Hunt’s new MSNBC series “Kasie D.C.” expressed their disgust with the decision by Breitbart.com to send operatives to Alabama to dig up dirt on the women accusing ex-Chief Justice Roy Moore of sexual advances when they were teens.
“We have a problem in this society with women feeling like they can’t come out and explain what happened to them in the past for fear that there will be a tremendous amount of backlash,” said Sam Stein of the The Daily Beast.
“And people always wonder, people are always asking these people, ‘Why did you wait 40 years to talk about this?'” Stein continued. “Roy Moore himself said, ‘Why did it take you this long to come forward?'”
“Well,” he said. “Now we know why.”
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Facebook reveals how Russia is already trying to manipulate the 2020 presidential election
On Monday, in a series of announcements by Facebook, the company revealed it had shut down four new foreign interference operations originating from Russia and Iran. According to their announcement, one appears to be linked to the Russian troll agency, the Internet Research Agency (IRA), and was targeting the U.S. 2020 presidential election.
The company removed 50 Instagram accounts and one account on Facebook that originated in Russia and focused primarily on the United States.
Republicans’ laughable effort to attack Adam Schiff lands with a thud
Republicans' effort to castigate California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff, the chair of the House Intelligence Committee spearheading the impeachment inquiry, met a quick and sudden defeat on Monday in a vote of 218-185.
Spurred on by President Donald Trump's attacks on the chairman, GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy led an effort to censure Schiff on the House floor. On what grounds? It's almost too absurd to make up: lying.
The party of Donald Trump — who lied more times in the hours before the censure vote than Schiff even stands accused of — actually claimed that it's the California lawmaker who should be called out for dishonesty.
Lindsey Graham leaves open the possibility of voting to impeach President Donald Trump
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., left open the possibility that he would vote to impeach President Donald Trump if he saw evidence that the commander-in-chief had engaged in a quid pro quo during an interview with "Axios on HBO" broadcast Sunday night.
After telling Axios’ Jonathan Swan that he would need to see evidence of an actual “crime,” Graham added that “if you could show me that, you know, Trump actually was engaging in a quid pro quo outside the phone call, that would be very disturbing."