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Oh my. I'm having a hot flash. Feeling the heat of our

dear President flaming the gop.

Bringing on the heat!

Keith Olbermann is the first person I've heard to ask "who leaked the Biden doc story"


Olbermann identifies a probable source and it is very plausible.

I wonder why no other cable host or journalist is asking?

My take on the next Congress and the balance of each committee..

While GOP will have more members
The Democrats will be in the mental majority.

Can anyone recommend how to find which GQP

attended Nancy’s speech?

Today, Keith Olbermann's podcast suggests the Supreme Court up to no good.


Huge snip

But now the next threat comes into focus: The Federalist Society is so hellbent to enact "Independent State Legislature Theory" that it has purged its own co-founder because he doesn't believe in it. Supreme Court Barbie - Amy Coney Barrett - and the other fascists do, as you'll hear. And to stop them, we'll need to designate The Federalist Society as a terrorist organization.


I just emailed a message to the Ohio Democratic Party

As follows;
to the Ohio Democratic Party at info@ohiodems.org

Did the Party have a strategy to get out the vote in Democratic leaning counties?
If so, I saw no evidence of it. I’m not talking about pretty colorful Party slates being mailed. I’m talking about serious effort in each Democratic leaning county, starting in January 2022, to inform and educate and put to rest the lies of the lessor, but way more strategic, GOP.
How many more votes in each of the Democratic leaning counties were need to pull Tim Ryan across the finish line?  They were there. There were plenty of votes left on the table. Did the Party ask for them?  Did the Party put in Herculean effort to get them?
It takes strategic vision, plans and effort to support deserving candidates.

The repair starts with us. Unless and until we hold our own accountable, clean our own house,

stand up vs by stand….


A-Block (1:45) On the Friday before an election crucial to democracy, MSNBC fired its most outspoken host because Fox News complained about her. Where is the protest by Lawrence O'Donnell? By Chris Hayes? By Alex Wagner? Where is the threat to walk out, to boycott, to stand on principle, by Rachel Maddow? (3:10) NBC had to retract a fabricated Today Show story that reignited the fascists' homophobic conspiracy theory about Paul Pelosi. The correspondent was not fired. The Today Show executive was not fired. The head of news was not fired. Tiffany Cross? She was fired. (7:33) Cross joked about "castrating Florida," rightly savaged Alyssa Farah, Megyn Kelly, and Clarence Thomas - and her ratings were growing. But when Tucker Carlson devoted a segment to actually suggesting she was fomenting a Rwanda-style genocide of white Americans, NBC and MSNBC went crazy. (10:10) Joy Reid said something, more personal than professional (10:30) O'Donnell said nothing; then again when he filled in for me while my father was dying in 2010 he tried to replace me as Countdown host and then stole a group of producers from me for his new show (11:36) Chris Hayes, silent now, once stood up and refused to substitute for me when I had been improperly suspended (13:30) And Maddow, who in 2009 stood up and told the president of NBC News and all the executives and talent at MSNBC that if anybody interfered with the content of her show, she would walk out because "I cannot have the audience wondering what else I have not told them" (18:41) But now Maddow is making $30 million a year and the courage to walk out when it could cost you that much, is lacking. Rachel? Will you pretend the firing of Tiffany Cross is not your problem? Or will you stand up for what is right? You know - like you used to.

Till - the movie

I was invited to see “Till” yesterday by both of our daughters who are teachers.
One teaches high school American History to juniors and seniors, the other is a high school special Ed teacher.

I highly recommend it. It is the story of Mamie Till, Emmet’s mother.
I knew Jet magazine published photos.
While I thought I knew, I really didn’t know his murder set off a firestorm of activism.

There is a reason that the podcast "Countdown" with Keith Olbermann is #1 in its category.


Full version on audio. Printed excerpts:

GOP maintain this astonishing and apparently heartfelt hypocrisy? Their party DEPENDS on it. Let me review a couple dozen Herschel Walker/Peter Navarro/Samuel Alito cases (10:30) And finally we have the explanation of "Every Republican Accusation Is A Confession" from a psychology professional: it's not projection, it's not compensation.
B-Block (20:04) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Hex, in Devore CA (21:00) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: Graham has to testify, Wisconsin fascist gubernatorial candidate says the quiet fascist part out loud, and Elon Musk's tries to make selling Verification into a populist issue when he's really just blackmailing the blue checks: pay me $96/year or I'll shadow-ban you, and maybe sell your identity to somebody else. Plus late word that the Treasury Department isn't happy with all those Saudi, Qatari, and Chinese investors and may try to hold up his purchase! (26:16) IN SPORTS: Even MORE home runs, yet another A's franchise shift, and the NBA screws up the Kyrie Irving disaster yet again (29:40) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLDS: Mehmet Oz, Jim "Yes MASA" Jordan and Andrea "Bothsidesism" Mitchell compete for the honors.
C-Block (34:02) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: You know how I know CNN is trying to swing to the right to protect its profits in case the country goes fascist? Because MSNBC tried it in 2003. The harrowing story of the day they tried to make me run a commentary by Michael Savage - literally dressed as a brownshirt - in the middle of Countdown and what I had to do to stop them.

Buying post card stamps to address and mail 125

post cards to likely D women who vote in presidential but not in midterms.
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