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Breaking: Looks like tariff man backed down and signed a deal

Of course he's claiming victory. We'll probably get a redacted copy.

Why I'm wearing orange today - Pete Buttigieg

Please note: this email contains language that may trigger feelings of trauma related to gun violence.


On Saturday, January 19th, 2013, Hadiya Pendleton performed at President Obamaís second inaugural parade in D.C. Ten days later, she was shot and killed just blocks from her school in Chicago. She was 15 years old.

After her death Hadiyaís friends wore orange to honor her, and in the years since orange has become the color we wear on National Gun Violence Awareness Day to honor all victims of gun violence and show unity around the insistence that this cannot remain our reality.

One hundred Americans die from gun violence every day. We treat it as if itís normal, but itís not. It canít be. We owe it to our fellow citizens and our loved ones to keep them safe.

We owe it to them to implement universal background checks.

We owe it to them to ban military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.

We owe it to them to establish a nationwide gun licensing system.

We owe it to them to hold the gun industry accountable.

We cannot let them down yet again. Those of us in elected office owe it to you to do whatever it takes to keep you safe, even if it means losing an election.

Iím from the school shooting generation. Iím also someone who served in a war zone. One thing I know is that the weapon I carried in Afghanistan, an M-4, is not that different from an AR-15, and neither belongs anywhere near an American school.

Most Americans support common sense gun reform, yet Washington has not been able to deliver. Today, Iím wearing orange and asking you to support Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund, an organization working to make our communities safer.

Please consider donating to Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund to help create a safer future for our children. We owe it to them.

Thank you,

Pete for America
PO Box 1226
South Bend, IN 46624
United States
Paid for by Pete For America.

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Cedric Richmond, Biden Nat'l Co-Chair, on Cuomo

Dug the hole deeper IMO. Cuomo said he just doesn't get it. How can you be against restricting a woman's reproductive choices and be for the Hyde amendment? Cedric couldn't give an answer. He tried to pivot to various other points in Joe's favor but failed to answer the central question Cuomo was asking. He ended up saying that he didn't know but maybe Joe didn't hear the ACLU lady's question.

It was very uncomfortable watching Cedric squirm. He tried to spin as best he could but he just couldn't do it.

John Berman questioning Tammy Duckworth about the orange chickenhawk.

John: You said that President Trump didn't need to see a doctor about his bone spurs; he needed to see one about the yellow streak down his back. Were you calling the president a coward?

Tammy: Yes. He is.

She was awesome.

Warren: Hyde Amendment should not be American law


Mexico has brought it's own demands to tariff talks.

My fav:

Wants Dotard to stop all gun shipments to cartels in their country.

No link but CNBC put up a list and I thought this one was good! Also a Marshall Plan for Central America among other things.

If I never see Chris Matthews moderate another a town hall it'll be too soon.

He needs to STFU.

Madame Tussaud's turned into a giant USS John McCain baseball cap.


Shit for Hair v. PBO


Buttigieg to appear Monday night on live town hall on MSNBC

7:00 Eastern

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