Adult film star Stormy Daniels released a public statement on Friday after her former attorney, Michael Avenatti, was found guilty of extortion.
Daniels posted her statement on Instagram.
But Daniels wasted little time thinking about Avenatti, as she is now pushing a new project titled “Storm the Vote.”
The project bills itself as “a voting rights initiative spearheaded by Stormy Daniels to harness the power of sex for the good of democracy.”
The website uses tools from Vote.org to allow people to register to vote.
“The storm is coming,” the website says. “Your voice matters. Your truth matters. Your vote matters.”
Has everyone checked out https://t.co/phqen8GPpi?
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) February 14, 2020
Minnesota pastor leads campaign to try to shift evangelical vote away from Trump
MINNEAPOLIS — The Rev. Doug Pagitt jumped on stage at his former Minneapolis church with a message that he and his entourage are repeating across the country: Evangelical voters, you can stay true to your Christian faith but not vote for President Donald Trump.Their “Vote Common Good” campaign, conducted from a bright orange bus making stops at every Democratic state primary, represents the small cracks in the evangelical base that helped propel Trump into office. More than 80% of white evangelical Christians voted for Trump in 2016, and continue to support him in his bid for reelection.Pagitt... (more…)
GOP’s Susan Collins faces tough re-election fight as support plummets following vote to acquit Trump
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, appears to be facing the toughest election of her career, with her support plummeting in a new poll.
Collins is in a virtual tie with Maine Speaker of the House Sara Gideon, one of four Democrats running to face the GOP incumbent, according to a new Colby College poll first reported by The Wall Street Journal. Gideon leads the Democratic field in the poll by more than 50% and is the overwhelming favorite to face the Republican in November.
Sanders hits Bloomberg with ‘grotesque’ statistic: Billionaire owns more wealth than bottom 125 million Americans combined
"That's wrong. That's immoral. That should not be the case when we got half a million people sleeping out on the street."
On the Democratic presidential debate stage in Las Vegas Wednesday night, Sen. Bernie Sanders cited a striking statistic to show just how "grotesque" billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg's level of wealth is, particularly in a nation struggling to combat homelessness, the student debt crisis, and other major issues.