Video || Pelosi says George Floyd’s name “will be always remembered” and then calls him “George Kirby”
Full disclosure: I think I once called him “Lloyd George.” A long-dead British PM.
Warning, this is very gory. Vice President Biden during an event in Pennsylvania Thursday said that the coronavirus had resulted in the deaths of 120 million Americans. Actually, the number is about 126,000. And then, right as he committed his gaffe and seemed to look confused, the live video stream cut out. Strange coincidence . . .
Democratic Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich penned an open letter to President Trump calling the president intolerant, ignorant, divisive, and bigoted “We are an increasingly diverse city with a vibrant immigrant heritage and culture and strong connections to the indigenous people who call our region home,” the wrote in the letter, which he placed on his Facebook page. “Our instinct toward hospitality, of course, extends
Today is the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. President and Mrs. Trump stopped by to honor the fallen. I love the Korean War Memorial, with its vivid, ghostly statues of men walking through the battlefield. If you are in Washington, be sure to see it.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday said she that the removal of statues of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson and other Founding Fathers should be considered because they were slave owners. “I’m all for it. Let’s review it. Why are we glorifying the sins of the past?” Pelosi said during a “Washington Post live” event. Pelosi suggested that the sins of Confederate were worse because they committed
A new immigration crisis, just in time for the election. This can only help President Trump as people are reminding of the kind of unlimited illegal immigration that was occurring before he assumed office. According to the Washington Examiner: The country’s top border official expects a dramatic rise in the number of migrants who flee home countries in Mexico and Central America and head to
Trump is running out of time for the “V-shaped” recovery to begin. According to the Wall Street Journal: The number of workers seeking jobless benefits was steady at a historically high 1.5 million as the job market’s slow recovery faced new infections that could impede getting people back to work. Applications for unemployment benefits have slowly eased from a late March peak of nearly 7
11:10 am || Participates in a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Korean War Veterans Memorial; Washington 12:10 pm || Departs Washington 1:00 pm CT || Arrives Green Bay, Wisconsin 1:30 pm || Participates in a Town Hall with Sean Hannity, Fox News; Green Bay 2:50 pm CT || Departs Green Bay 3:20 pm CT || Arrives Marinette, Wisconsin 3:40 pm CT || Participates in a