Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wants the public to understand that “there’s no presumption of innocence” for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, at least not among Democrats.
At a Capitol Hill press conference on Tuesday, Schumer responded to calls from Republicans not to rush to judgement against Kavanaugh, who has maintained his innocence against two highly suspect accusations of sexual misconduct from several decades ago.
“Creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti has gone into Twitter hiding.
The attorney riding porn star Stormy Daniels to CNN stardom yesterday promised MSNBC, “As it relates to her particular allegations, we’re not going provide additional information beyond that which is contained within the e-mails that I exchanged with the Senate Judiciary Committee.”
He added, “I do not traffic in nonsense or rumor. I utilize facts and evidence, and this woman will prove to be credible, and she is believable, and we are hopeful that the committee will launch an FBI investigation forthwith.”
But now, his go-to platform for issuing cryptic threats and teases is protected from the prying eyes of the average public who make think he’s merely full of crap.
Diamond and Silk are taking on the “Dummycrats” in a new movie being released nationwide on October 15 — as only they can.
In the documentary, which is being presented by The American Mirror, the hilarious pro-Trump duo visit Maxine Waters’ Los Angeles district where they talk to constituents, visit Waters’ local office and even her neighborhood.
Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono apparently doesn’t care much for the opinions of men when it comes to sexual harassment.
Speaking to reporters today, the angry Hawaiian popped off, telling men to “just shut up.”
Sen. Hirono: “Guess who's perpetuating all of these kinds of actions? It's the men in this country. I just want to say to the men in this country, just shut up! And step up. Do the right thing for a change.” pic.twitter.com/IvLGAQfH7W