Any attempt by the Trump administration to force the beloved progressive jurist out of her seat would be met with extreme opposition.
“Go through it. Go over it. Go around it. But get to the other side of that wall.”
“They’re being shortchanged and damaged in a serious way.”
“His speech was not a public address: it was a shakedown proclamation built on venom and vengeance.”
The President of the United states is saying if you don’t send him money, you’re not a patriotic American. And he’s taking names.
“I think we can walk and chew gum,” Murkowski says.
Unclear what kind of news about what the administration is describing as a “humanitarian and national security crisis” would be deserving of laughter.
“Nothing says slow-moving coup like giving a would-be dictator free airtime to address the nation about a fake crisis he has created.”
“This is about a wall to keep brown people out. That is a problem,” says April Ryan.
Where are the prosecutions?
Pence’s double-speak is misleading at best.
“Maybe they were rounding up to the nearest 4000?”