Good morning. Only on a Sunday night I can’t fall asleep, leaving me tired already on Monday morning. But, that’s what we have coffee for. Let’s go over the morning’s headlines.
Hurricane Florence has already been downgraded to a tropical depression, but there is still plenty of rain coming down.
Eighteen people have died because of Florence and hundreds of thousands of people are without power and stranded.
Could we see the next Supreme Court justice appointed on Thursday? Maybe, maybe not.
Kavanaugh was accused of sexual assault by an anonymous women during a party in high school. However, now that woman has identified herself and is willing to even testify before the Senate. The issue will be if Republicans will continue to push forward on Kavanaugh. At least one outspoken GOP member, Jeff Flake from Arizona has said delaying the vote should be considered.
George “Coffee Boy” Papadopoulos
“There is a lot to come.”
A cryptic tweet by George Papadopoulos over the weekend that definitely will keep us on the edge of our seat. What’s to come? Who knows, but look at it this way. The media and the public is at least three months behind Mueller. So, you can only imagine in “real-time” what Mueller knows.
Jacksonville Mass Shooting
Sometimes, you can’t help but think if our lives follow a “final destination” track. Is life pre-planned? I don’t know but something worth thinking. The reason I bring this up is because one of the survivors of the mass shooting in Jacksonville is believed to have died in a car accident over the weekend.
“I Just Don’t Like the Guy”
President Obama has been hitting the campaign trail, and now so has President Bush. While Bush has kept a low profile, he will definitely keep an even lower profile when it comes to Senator Ted Cruz. Why? Because he won’t campaign for Cruz because in 2015 Bush in referring to Cruz said “I just don’t like the guy.” See, I can find common ground with Republicans.
Take the last sip of coffee and keep coming back for more. Have a good day and better week.
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