On Friday, MAGAbomber Cesar Sayoc’s former manager at New River Pizza and Fresh Kitchen in Fort Lauderdale described the inside of the can where he lived. Debra Gureghian told CNN’s Kate Bolduan the inside of his van was extremely “filthy” and described the disturbing decor
The alleged bomber has been arrested and identified as Cesar Sayoc’s. Sayoc was homeless and lived out of a van plastered with pro-Trump memes.
“The van had a lot of McDonald’s and Taco Bell boxes,” she said. “It was a lot of laundry. Hygienically it was filthy, dirty, and smelly. [It had a lot of] beer and Vodka bottles.”
Gureghian also noted that Sayoc’s kept puppets with their heads cut off inside of his van.
The Lincoln Project seeks to peel wavering GOP voters away from Trump with $1 million ad blitz
The anti-Trump PAC led by conservatives, The Lincoln Project, is gearing up to launch a million dollar digital ad campaign this Thursday, Yahoo News reports.
“We’ve ... been doing this with a purpose,” said Mike Madrid, a veteran GOP political operative who oversees LP’s political operations. “These ads have been running in limited runs as we check the analytics to see how the response is. And now, in the last 80, 90 days, it's all about execution. So we’re now putting the money and the firepower behind it in eight key States where we think it will make a difference by moving Republican votes.”
Republicans embrace a new type of insanity as rabid right-wing Christians fade away
Remember the "Left Behind" series, about how the Rapture would whisk away all devout right-wing Christians before Jesus Christ unleashed the apocalypse on the unbelievers? Purity rings? Jesus Camp? Breathless stories about "girls gone mild," giving up sex and tank tops for the Lord? A federal health official who believed that women who had premarital sex couldn't feel love? Jerry Falwell Sr. and Pat Robertson blaming 9/11 on the "pagans and the abortionists and the feminists and the gays and the lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, People for the American Way"?
Election law expert walks through how Kanye West is probably breaking the law on his campaign
Election law expert Richard Hasen addressed comments from legal scholars about Kanye West and Jared Kushner coordinating during the 2020 campaign for the presidency.
Wednesday the New York Times reported that West had met with Kushner in Colorado last week. Meanwhile, Trump allies and at least one Trump lawyer helped gather signatures at the last minute in an attempt to get West on the ballot in key swing states and places where Republican senators are desperately trying to hold onto their seats. Not only that, West is speaking "almost daily" to Kushner, who is working as a kind of informal campaign chair.