"This is what [Donald Trump] doesn’t understand. He isn’t just threatening the lives of millions of Iranians. He is destroying our national honor, he is destroying what makes America, America. We are the beacon of good not the shadow of bad." -- Rueben Gallego, Iraq War Veteran and Member of Congress for Arizona's 7th Congressional District
"In case you are missing my point, let me spell it out for you. You can’t follow the teachings of Christ while supporting Donald Trump. Nor can you claim to be a Conservative. Those paths don’t just diverge, they were never together to begin with. You could still be a Republican, but honestly why would you? Republicans are idiots.
Ouch. That wasn’t very Christian of me. But, you know what, I’m pretty sure Jesus would think the same about Republicans. And I know for damn sure Jesus would not gladly suffer a Conservative Christian Republican. Even Jesus has his limits."
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE... Monday Margaret and Helen Blogging With the holiday season upon us, the blogosphere's celebrated "friends for 60 years and counting" make a rare appearance with a few choice words for conservative Christians and their...
"...a social media analysis firm, Graphika, has traced those posts to a Russian disinformation campaign — in the first evidence that a network of accounts involved in spreading disinformation before the 2016 election also participated in circulating the false claims about Yovanovitch that led earlier this year to her recall from the U.S. embassy in Kyiv."
"The smear campaign against the American diplomat lies at the heart of the impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Those proceedings come to a head Wednesday with an expected House vote on two articles of impeachment."
"Graphika, which outlined its analysis in a report on Tuesday, said it could not say with precision who in Russia might be responsible for circulating the posts claiming to show the do-not-prosecute list. The State Department has denied that such a list existed, and Lutsenko has since sought to clarify what he reportedly told Solomon."
On this day in 1985, Philadelphia police bombed the home of black activist organization MOVE, igniting a major fire that burned at least 5 people alive (incl. children) & destroyed 65 homes. Those that escaped the blaze were shot & killed by police. pic.twitter.com/A0ae6Wb5ah