The Nevada legislature was the scene for a bizarre exchange between two lawmakers.
State Sen. Melanie Scheible, a Democrat, asked a simple question of Sen. Keith Pickard, a Republican.
“What do you think poses a greater danger in dense residential neighborhoods, bees or guns?” Scheible asked.
“Well, I would say undoubtedly bees,” Pickard replied.
P.S. We can't help but mention that all of this came the day after @Pickard4Nevada sat through a nearly full day of tearful testimony regarding gun violence in Nevada and was moved by #AB153 (Safe Storage) and #AB291(October 1 response). #NVleg
— Battle Born Progress (@BattleBornProg) April 9, 2019
Fox News is so obsessed with Ocasio-Cortez they said her name three times as much as CNN or MSNBC
It's clear that Fox News and other right-wing reporters are trying to create boogymen in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. A new analysis by CNN media reporter Brian Stelter, revealed that the conservative network has said Ocasio-Cortez's name more than CNN and MSNBC combined.
"First, Ocasio-Cortez and her "Squad" mate Ilhan Omar have been talked about a lot more on Fox than on other cable news channels this year," Stelter wrote. "Second, the freshmen have been getting more attention on cable than seasoned leaders of the Democratic Party."
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WATCH: Trump apologist goes down in flames when he claims Democrats don’t get attacked like Trump
Former White House advisor Matt Mowers went down in flames trying to claim Democrats call everyone a racist when they don't agree with them. He had to go back 15 years to find an example, but still never fully explained what the example was.
In a panel discussion with MSNBC's Kasie Hunt, Mowers employed the "what about" strategy, spinning the idea that Trump's racist remarks were justified because Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) used an anti-Semitic trope. To be fair, Omar apologized and met with community leaders and officials to better understand anti-Semitism. Trump can't even admit when he did something wrong, much less racist.