Coffee, Headline News- FBI, Stormy, Facebook
Sunday morning, your favorite coffee mug, and a perfectly brewed cup of coffee. Enjoy it while we review some headlines.
The FBI Does Their Thing
With President Trump ordering the FBI to investigate the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, the FBI has already reached out to the second Kavanaugh accuser, Deborah Ramirez.
However, “mum” is the word on the third accuser – Julie Swetnick who is being represented by Stormy Daniels’ lawyer- Michael Avenatti.
Stormy Daniels and Melania Trump
In her new book, “Full Disclosure,” Stormy Daniels claims that President Trump had shown Stormy photos of Melania and their newborn son, Barron. Reports are that Melania is “sickened” to her stomach with this story.
I’m still trying to figure out why Melania is still sticking around.
Facebook Hacked Again
Facebook is taking another big hit after news that data of 50 million users was hacked. This is why I never log into other accounts with my Facebook account.
Getting Out of Dodge
No surprise that the President is hitting the campaign trail. When things are okay, it’s time for golf, when the #### hits the fan, Trump goes on the campaign trail. This time the President is on a five city blitz.
Nancy Pelosi Slams Kavanaugh
Pelosi said that Kavanaugh acted “hysterical” and there is no way a woman could act like that. She is right. Pelosi also hinted at impeachment once the midterms are over.
Sanctuary Cities- California
Lawsuits by the Trump Administration and sanctuary cities keep being lost. Now, Superior Court Judge James Crandall ruled in favor of the city of Huntington Beach. The city is not required to collaborate with federal immigration enforcement agents.
More California News- Gun Legislation
Effective January 1, 2019, new gun legislation has been signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown.
For those under twenty-one years of age, they will be prohibited from buying rifles/long guns. The law also applies to individuals that have been hospitalized for mental health issues more than once in a year, and those convicted of serious domestic violence charges.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.