Coffee, Morning Headlines, Kavanaugh Round Two
Good morning. It’s Monday so today we sneak in an extra cup of coffee into our routine. It’s the last week of September and it’s been a hell of a month.
So, let’s review today’s headline news.
Brett Kavanaugh 2.0
A second woman has come forward with allegations of sexual assault by Kavanaugh. This time while playing a drinking game in a college dorm room, she passed out and when she woke up, Kavanaugh had his penis close to her face. Several witnesses have confirmed that the victim said that very same story a couple of days after the incident.
For now, the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford will be heard on Thursday, but with this latest accusation, that remains to be seen. Even worse or better, Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti states he has a third victim.
Roger Stone You’re in Trouble
New emails obtained by ABC shows that Roger Stone tried to get in contact with Julian Assange of Wikileaks during the 2016 Presidential election. This goes back to the articles I’ve written about concerning Randy Credico who is friends with Assange.
- Next Up- Randy Credico in the Robert Mueller Investigation
- Who is Randy Credico- The Robert Mueller Investigation
- For the Roger Stone Page, follow this link
Not so fast. Funding was passed to avoid a government shutdown, but still no money for the Mexico Border Wall.
Women Speak Out
Actress and activist Alyssa Milano is speaking out against President Trump’s tweet last week where he posted on Twitter why didn’t Dr. Ford’s “loving parents” call law enforcement. Forget the fact that sexual assault is one of the most underreported crimes.
Milano wrote an article for Vox. “The courage of survivors will always be stronger than Donald Trump’s hate. The lives of survivors will always be more important than Brett Kavanaugh’s career.”
Have a great Monday and rest of the week. See you throughout the day.
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