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Luckovich-trump: I wish that Ukraine was as amenable as Mark Zuckerberg

https://twitter.com/mluckovichajc/status/1190049935967838209

Statement by Joe Biden on House Impeachment Proceedings

https://twitter.com/JoeBiden/status/1189977839325655048

Twenty MORE endorsements in THE Battleground state of Ohio announced today for @JoeBiden .

https://twitter.com/schultzohio/status/1189937983773958144

Gym Jordan has a suit coat

Is this a sign of something?
https://twitter.com/HoarseWisperer/status/1189901931088695296

The first Black woman elected to the U.S. Senate, Carol Moseley Braun, endorse Joe Biden

https://twitter.com/DemocratsUnited/status/1189662875691966465

Kamala Harris is dramatically restructuring her campaign

I really like Senator Harris and made a donation to her early on
https://twitter.com/politico/status/1189667308567957505

Kamala Harris is dramatically restructuring her campaign by redeploying staffers to Iowa and laying off dozens of aides at her Baltimore headquarters, according to campaign sources and a memo obtained Wednesday by POLITICO, as she struggles to resuscitate her beleaguered presidential bid.

The moves come as Harris is hemorrhaging cash and in danger of lacking the resources to mount a competitive bid against better-funded rivals in Iowa. The overhaul will touch nearly every facet of Harris’ operation, with layoffs or re-deployments coming at headquarters, as well as in New Hampshire, Nevada and her home state of California, a Super Tuesday prize that her advisers once viewed as a big asset.

Campaign Manager Juan Rodriguez will cut his salary, according to the memo, which was just over $10,000 a month in the third quarter of the year. Harris’ consultants will also have their payments reduced and the campaign plans to trim and renegotiate other contracts to slash overhead. Along with getting back in the black, a big motivation behind the cost-cutting decisions is a plan to stash enough resources for a seven-figure media buy in the weeks before the Iowa caucus.

Luckovich-We are replacing you with Jimmy Carter

https://twitter.com/mluckovichajc/status/1189658862309257216

George Papadopoulos May Have Had Foreknowledge of Attack on Katie Hill

This piece of human scum is running for this seat
https://twitter.com/SethAbramson/status/1189345828407840768

10/30 Mike Luckovich: Faux and Frauds

https://twitter.com/mluckovichajc/status/1189318254013157376

Kobach Resolves Disciplinary Complaint Filed After Voting Rights Trial

For a while, the trial on the Kansas voter suppression law was a great soap opera and brought me a great deal of enjoyments. see https://upload.democraticunderground.com/100210350534 Kobach acted as the main trial attorney and I really enjoyed following this trial and see Kobach sanctioned the court https://upload.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1014&pid=2087401

Like all good things, this soap opera has ended https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/kobach-disciplinary-diversion-agreement-voting-rights

Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach acknowledged that he did not properly supervise his trial team during their disastrous performance in the proof-of-citizenship voter registration case.

The acknowledgement was part of an agreement that resolved a disciplinary claim filed against Kobach for his conduct in the case. After the 2018 trial, a judge struck down the requirement while ordering Kobach take legal education classes.

His agreement with the Kansas Disciplinary Administrator’s Office also said that “There was no finding of dishonest conduct on the part of Mr. Kobach.”

Though these kinds of agreements, known as a diversion agreements, are usually kept confidential, the disciplinary office and Kobach agreed to make a portion of the agreement public.

The diversion agreement was first reported Monday by the Topeka Capital-Journal. The full findings of the agreement, which was reached on Oct. 10, remain confidential and only a small portion was publicly released.

In addition to U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson’s order that Kobach take legal ed classes, a magistrate judge slapped Kobach with sanctions including an $1,000 penalty for misleading the court about key evidence he was withholding in the litigation. The evidence was a proposal he presented then President-elect Trump — as captured in an infamous photograph — that pitched the incoming administration on changing the voting rights law that was at the heart of the legal battle over his proof-of-citizenship requirement. Robinson also held Kobach in contempt for not complying with orders she issued over the course of the case.


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