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The halls of democracy are echoing the cries of despair


DeSantis' appointee to Florida Supreme Court belongs to Christian group using law to 'spread Gospel'

DeSantis’ appointee to Florida Supreme Court belongs to Christian group using law to ‘spread the Gospel’
Jamie R. Grosshans, the last-minute choice of Gov. Ron DeSantis to the Florida Supreme Court, is an anti-abortion defender who has been active in a number of Christian legal groups, including a powerful national organization whose mission is to “spread the Gospel by transforming the legal system.”

Grosshans, from the Orlando suburb of Winter Garden, was named Florida’s seventh justice Monday, filling the vacancy created last year when President Trump named two of DeSantis' previous appointees, Barbara Lagoa and Robert Luck, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.


Both times Grosshans applied to the state’s high court, she left out some details on her application: specifically her membership in the Alliance Defending Freedom, her work as a Blackstone Fellow, a prestigious but secretive national award that trains rising star lawyers in the conservative teachings of the Alliance Defending Freedom, and her 2011 work with Orlando attorney John Stemberger to prevent a young woman from having an abortion.

The Alliance Defending Freedom is a national organization that, according to its website “exists to keep the doors open for the Gospel by advocating for religious liberty, the sanctity of human life, freedom of speech, and marriage and family.”

In 2011, she worked for Operation Outcry in Orlando, Florida "in helping a 16-year-old girl whose parents were trying to force her into having an abortion."[4]

Grosshans is a member of the Christian Legal Society and a Blackstone Fellow of the Alliance Defending Freedom, which has been designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-LGBTQ hate group.

trump is DANGEROUSLY pushing misinfo about 100 million doses of a Covid vaccine within 6 weeks

is spreading false and dangerous information. NO vaccine in the US has passed Phase 3 trials. To have 100 million doses ready in the next 6 weeks is beyond irresponsible and dangerous!


This is maddening to see a sitting US president so scared and so threatened that he is pushing incredibly dangerous misinformation and propaganda to help ensure more support in the upcoming election!

Obvious proof that even cloth masks work! MASKS WORK!


This video should be shared wherever you can share it. Very simply and very obviously shows that masks work and work wonderfully!

The Dynamic Dunces are back! Wohl/Burkman pull fake FBI raid on Burkman

Jacob Wohl Staged Fake FBI Raid on Business Partner, Actor Hired for Production Says
A supposed FBI raid of a home of an infamous Republican dirty trickster appears to have been a ruse—one that began falling apart even as its perpetrators managed to dupe a major national newspaper.

On Monday, a Virginia man who responded to a Craisglist ad seeking actors to play FBI agents for a television pilot came forward to say that he’d been roped into the latest hoax orchestrated by bumbling right-wing smear merchants Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl.

Tommy Abraham told The Daily Beast in an interview on Monday that the Craigslist ad offered $400 cash payments to white male actors who agreed to don FBI badges and windbreakers and film a series of scenes at Burkman’s home in Arlington, Virginia. In the pre-dawn hours of Monday morning, Abraham said that he and a handful of others who responded to the ad converged on Burkman’s home and were filmed acting out an FBI raid there. Abraham supplied documentary evidence to back up his assertions, including emails from an address bearing the name of a company Wohl once ran.

By Monday afternoon, news of the fake raid had already been reported as genuine by The Washington Post, and Burkman was insinuating that high-level government officials were retaliating against him for his efforts to root out corruption in Washington. A person going by he name Bev Donahue sent a series of photos and video clips of the “raid” to reporters, and shared them on an eponymous twitter account created in August. But there’s evidence that “Donahue” is just a pseudonym for Wohl. That Twitter account is associated with an email address beginning with “ja” and a cell phone number that, like Wohl’s, ends with the digits 91.

What will these clowns come up with next in order to keep their names in the media?

Isn't Burkman already indicted for his role in hiring someone to make false sexual assault allegations against Mueller?

Wow! What a diverse crowd! Trump supporters file in for first entirely indoor rally in nearly 3 mos

Trump supporters file in for first entirely indoor rally in nearly three months.

There are old white people, middle aged white people, young adult white people, white men and white women

Btw, last few secs of video, that older woman looks ill. Herman Cain approves

Bloomberg should take that $100 million for FL & pay the fines for all ex-felons

Seems that would help GOTV better than some ads

It's A Big Ol Goofy World

#JohnPrine #TheMissingYears

Those are right now actually

#2020 has been one long kick in the gut

This Big Ol Goofy World misses you.

trump campaign desperation - my email gauge metric

The trump campaign is getting more desperate

I’ve been loosely paying attention to the number of daily emails I receive. It’s usually been 4-5. The last week it was 5-6

Today I’ve so far received *8*!

Ohio St study: 4 of 26 athletes tested positive for COVID-19 w/CMR findings suggestive myocarditis

Ohio State study: 4 of 26 athletes who tested positive for COVID-19 'had CMR findings suggestive of myocarditis'
An Ohio State study of 26 athletes who had tested positive for COVID-19 discovered that four of those athletes showed signs of myocarditis.

The study published Friday was done as there are concerns that myocarditis — inflammation of the heart muscle — can be a longer-term effect of COVID-19. The 15 male and 11 female players at the school in the study came from multiple sports, including football, and none of the athletes had to be hospitalized or received specific treatment for their coronavirus infections.

Doctors ran cardiac magnetic resonance imaging on the athletes in June through August to check the health of their hearts. And while four athletes did have findings “suggestive of myocarditis,” the study notes that “COVID-19-related myocardial injury in competitive athletes and sports participation remains unclear.”
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