SiriusXM radio analyst — and proud Muslim-American — Dean Obeidallah told Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart that the coming “blue wave” of Democratic victories going to be “Judgment Day” for the Republican Party.
“A year ago at this time, so many of us were despondent, we were fearful,” Obeidallah said. “We had a man who won the White House by trafficking in hate and bigotry and demonizing my community directly.”
However, diverse coalitions have pulled together to make sure “no community is going to be left behind when Donald Trump attacks you, LGBTQ, Muslim, African-American, Latino.”
“I think this momentum is building,” said Obeidallah. “The big blue wave. I keep saying that Nov. 6, 2018 is not Election Day for our country, it’s Judgment Day and we’re going to come out and we’re going to take our country back.”
Watch the video, embedded below:
A 6.3 magnitude quake hits Costa Rica-Panama border, likely ‘significant damage’: USGS
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit the Panama-Costa Rica border around midnight on Tuesday, the US Geological Survey said, with the potential to cause casualties and "significant damage".
The shallow quake struck at a depth of 10 kilometers (6 miles), about two kilometers from the nearest town of Progreso in Panama, USGS said.
There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties, but US seismologists said the disaster was "potentially widespread," with the USGS website pointing out that "past events with this alert level have required a regional or national level response."
The guts of an Apple iPhone show exactly what Trump gets wrong about trade
Crack open an iPhone and you’ll begin to see why President Donald Trump’s ongoing trade war with China doesn’t make sense.
On paper, imports of the popular smartphone and other goods from China look like a big loss to the U.S. The president certainly thinks so and has often cited the massive U.S.-China bilateral trade deficit – US$420 billion in 2018 – as a reason to fight his trade war.
When an iPhone X arrives in the U.S., it adds about $370 – its factory cost – to the deficit. All told, iPhones add tens of billions of dollars a year to the U.S. deficit with China, which is the gap between imports and exports. But, thanks to the globe-spanning supply chains that run through China, trade deficits in the modern economy are not always what they seem.
Neo-Nazi suspect admits to German politician murder: minister
The key suspect in the killing of a pro-migrant politician has admitted to the gun murder, Germany's interior minister said Wednesday after a special parliamentary commission hearing.
Stephan Ernst, 45, a far-right militant with previous convictions, is in custody for the assassination-style murder of local politician Walter Luebcke on June 2.
Speaking after the parliamentary hearing, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said the "suspect has confessed" to the killing and "said he acted alone."