Towards an issues-based 2020 election (75)

===2020 Big Picture===
Republicans are recruiting an estimated 50,000 volunteers to act as “poll watchers” in November, part of a multimillion-dollar effort to police who votes and how. That effort includes a $20 million fund for legal battles.

Why … Is the Supreme Court Allowing a New Poll Tax to Disenfranchise Florida Voters?
The Constitution says wealth barriers cannot be allowed to disenfranchise voters. But the high court just let a huge one stay in place

Terrible voting rights decisions from SCOTUS in 2020:
– Won’t block FL modern-day poll tax
– Won’t block TX law preventing under 65 from voting by mail
– Won’t give WI more time to return absentee ballots
– Reinstated AL law requiring two witnesses or affidavit to vote by mail

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This is Sotomayor going about as far as norms allow to warn us that the Roberts Five and
circuit courts under conservative control are engaged in a game of Calvinball, taking whatever
inconsistent steps they must to help Trump and Republicans suppress the vote swing states.

2015: Inside John Roberts’ Decades-Long Crusade Against the Voting Rights Act

He lied at his 2005 hearing…
Roberts: ‘My job is to call balls and strikes and not to pitch or bat’
Chief justice nominee tells Senate panel ‘I have no agenda’


“You can’t keep anyone in the United States from voting without hurting the rights of all other citizens. Democracy’s built on this.” – Rev. C.T. Vivian 1924-2020
He marched with Dr. King.
He stood up to racists & fascists.
He championed voting rights. (video)

“We’re making history. The deadly silence has been shattered.” – James Zogby on Jesse Jackson forcing first-ever debate on Palestinian sovereignty at 1988 Democratic National Convention
I write about the epic reach of the Jackson campaign in my new book.

FDR promised an Economic Bill of Rights to guarantee jobs, health care, housing, education
for every American. In my new book, I argue for the bigger, bolder politics that recognizes
we have an absolute right to economic and social and racial justice.

Scattered problems with mail-in ballots this year signal potential November challenges for Postal Service


New York Could Throw Out 1 in 5 Mail-in Ballots in One District, Disproportionately Hitting Brooklyn

Everything that Donald Trump has done and this is the Republicans’ bridge too far? …
Thurs: GOP to Donald Trump: Change tune on mail-in voting or risk ugly November

What a Difference a Cycle Makes: Pelosi Statement On Jamaal Bowman Compared to AOC Tells a Tale of Two Years. Pelosi’s words are carefully chosen, and watched closely by her Democratic colleagues in the House as a gauge of the direction of the party’s politics

First you elect your best option. Then you *push* them. You don’t sit out.
Thus speaks the @RevDrBarber (video)

Democrats Will Be Lost Without the Senate
A Biden win in November 2020 will be insufficient unless Democrats take the Senate and displace majority leader Mitch McConnell


Senate Majority Leader…
Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Signals Limits on Race-Related Policy Changes

67 percent of Americans support Black Lives Matter. That’s the center.

It’s time to be up front about the 3 neoliberal arguments that help keep racist economic systems in place in the US

Corporate Hypocrisy on Racism

Our racist fossil fuel energy system
The fossil fuel economy is killing Black Americans

Brilliant, from @CharlesMBlow:”We – the public & the media, including this newspaper, including,
in the past, this very column – often use, consciously or not, language that shields anti-Black
white supremacy rather than to expose it and hold it accountable.”

Views on race relations in state worsen as more whites recognize reality of discrimination,
survey shows

I see @latimes has now changed “worsen” to “alter” which is exactly right,
because what is happening is that views on race are becoming more accurate. /1

As @CharlesMBlow wrote so brilliantly the other day, “race relations” is a shielding phrase.
“Satisfaction with race relations is somewhat correlated with the silence of the oppressed

===2020 Issues===
Ocean Climate Action Plan: The “Blue New Deal”

Democrats climate plan signals shift toward environmental justice

Note: I recently heard a misleading comment about the MA US Senate race. So…

Joe Kennedy wants to replace the progressive incumbent (Sen Ed Markey)…
Joe Kennedy, the third-largest recipient of hedge fund money in the House, has declined to back a bill to close a tax loophole for hedge fund managers and private equity firms. His primary opponent, Ed Markey, has backed the bill since 2015.

Markey and Kennedy Have Big Differences on Peace Issues

Last Sept: Mulling Run Against Green New Deal Sponsor Ed Markey,
Joe Kennedy Is Heavily Invested in Fossil Fuels

This week…
Following Sludge Report, Kennedy’s Trust Fund Sells Its Fossil Fuel Stocks

Note: Sen Markey introduced the Green New Deal with AOC last year despite the resistance she (AOC) encountered in the House.

Kennedy’s running on an ageist plank and only recently divested. That doesn’t speak well for Kennedy.

Fighting racial inequality with a $24 an hour minimum wage

Interesting to think about a world where custodians and dishwashers earn $48,000 a year.
That should not sound crazy, it is where we would be if the minimum wage had kept pace
with productivity growth since 1968

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1/ What’s wrong with American higher education in one of two brilliant @chronicle of Higher Education graphics. This one shows athletic coaches paid multiples of university presidents/CEOs:

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2/ Part Deux, what’s wrong with American higher education. This @chronicle of Higher
Education graphic shows the ratio of university president/CEO to the average full professor:

Billionaire Political influence

Can We Create All the Money We Need?

[T]he MMTers have had enormous impact in getting people (economics reporter-type people)
to think clearly about deficits and debt. That is a huge contribution even if there is not much
that is theoretically new in their approach.


[M]aybe someone should’ve … known our ginormous trade deficit was deflationary and that we
could run gigantic budget deficits for a long time in both response to the financial crisis
and regarding ambitious new policy

This actually was front and center in mainstream economics since the 1980s.
Here is a paper criticizing the view from the early 1990s
> Beyond the Twin Deficits; A Trade Strategy for the 1990s by Robert A Blecker


The Stock Market and MMT: The Dow Is Not Your Friend

CBPP: For Tax Day 2020, 6 Charts on State Taxes and Spending

As #TaxDay approaches, 8 scholars debate whether we need a progressive wealth tax – featuring @gabriel_zucman, Emmanuel Saez, @brycecovert, @StuartGWhite, @karlbykarlsmith, @FeliciaWongRI, @DeanBaker13, and @martin_oneill:

Taxing away the wealth of the wealthy is at best a start and at worst a distraction. Inequality
can only be successfully addressed by changing the policies that allowed great wealth
to be built up in the first place.

Yes, the rich don’t pay enough taxes.  But, if you followed @DeanBaker13 you’d know that
that is not the main contributor to inequality.  And, if you followed @StephanieKelton you’d
know the Federal Government doesn’t get its money from taxes.

CBPP: This Year’s Tax Day Highlights Need to Rebuild IRS

An Honest Approach to Simplifying Corporate Income Taxes


EPI’s U.S. Tax & Spending Explorer
How do taxes and spending work, and where do you fit in?

A private equity exec says the quiet part aloud about an industry that’s pillaging America & buying our democracy: “With $1.5 trillion in dry powder sitting in reserve, it’s safe to say that private equity is going to be fine no matter who gets elected”


Why not now?…
Wells Fargo, the largest employer among U.S. banks, is readying thousands of job cuts to start this year

UnitedHealth posts most profitable quarter in its history
The coronavirus kept people out of the hospital

Wendell Potter thread

[T]he health insurance’s lobbying group has been … nonstop complaining about COVID testing
costs and demanding the government pay for it

About 5.4 million Americans lost health insurance in the pandemic, more than have ever
lost coverage through job losses in a year, an analysis found

The smart Rx to slash drug costs: Two obvious steps to take first

“Based on the current $3,120 price of remdesivir for hospitals, it is uncertain whether, over time, Medicare’s current reimbursement for hospitalized COVID-19 patients will be appropriate to fully cover the cost of remdesivir for all patients”

Current treatments for #COVID19 that reduce length of stay in hospital and/or death:
1. Remdesivir: >$2500 for five days (that price just went up)
2. Dexamethasone: About the same price as buying Slurpees for you and your family.

Context: Let me thank @SenSchumer for his support for my amendment to cut the bloated $740 billion Pentagon budget by 10% and invest $74 billion in communities that have been ravaged by extreme poverty and mass incarceration. This amendment will begin to change our national priorities.

This is a chance for Democrats to show what they stand for. Will they rubber stamp Donald Trump’s
corrupt budget? Will they stick with failed, out-dated strategies? Or will they begin
to redefine national security for the new age? Do they have the courage? The wisdom?

“Why isn’t health care part of national security?” asks @KoriSchake “Why is the defense budget
the only part of government spending that we splash out generously and assume is well spent?”
Great questions. #RethinkNatSec

No country in the world spends more on their defense budget than the United States. Imagine if,
for once, we led the world on funding something that wasn’t war. My latest column with
@RepBarbaraLee on why it’s time to cut our bloated defense budget:

Next week, the House will vote on the Lee-Pocan-Jayapal amendment to cut
the Pentagon budget that Donald Trump has increased by $130 Billion in his term.
@RepRaskin, I hope you will support this modest step to restore budget sanity. (video)

A critical upcoming amendment to the #NDAA would cut 10% of the wasteful and bloated
Pentagon budget.  Curious to know if your Member of Congress supports this amendment?
Find out using @WinWithoutWar ‘s tracker:

There are far too many neocons on the House Armed Services Committee committee…
House panel votes to constrain Afghan drawdown…

Rep. Joaquin Castro will announce this week that he will compete for the chairmanship of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, per Hill aides. Comes as 60 progressive groups urge Pelosi not to cede the gavel to another hawk following Engel’s reign

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For those following the efforts to get a new chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee
who reflects the values and positions of the Democratic Party, please consider our analysis
in a recent article.

Congress Must Streamline and Simplify Medicare Enrollment
The BENES Act (S. 1280/H.R. 2477) Offers Commonsense, Bipartisan Solutions

The bill is being considered by the House Committee on Energy & Commerce…

Membership list…

6 Places Where the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Made The Difference

Great episode. Insightful discussion of fight for new HFAC chair. @brhodes also pleads for Biden to include Sanders and Warren people in his national security team.
These are some great experts. We need their ideas, their honesty, their passion

Panel Discussion: The Future of Iran Nuclear Deal Amid US-Iran Tensions


“If Congress truly wants to awaken Americans to the dangers of nuclear testing, it should start by finally telling the truth about the disaster at Trinity,” says @jgwheel

Why the tough new U.S. stance in the South China Sea elicited a muted response from the weaker Asian countries it aimed to defend: they don’t want to be dragged into the budding U.S.-China cold war

Short thread: There is a fine but important line between military commands explaining their activities to the public and actively taking a side in an ongoing debate that can only be resolved by civilian leadership. This series of misleading infographics is way over the line.


Scott Ritter: Powell & Iraq – Regime Change, Not Disarmament: The Fundamental Lie
Regime change, not disarmament, was always the driving factor behind U.S. policy towards Saddam Hussein. Powell knew this because he helped craft the original policy.

Ray McGovern: Powell & Iraq – The Uses and Abuses of National Intelligence Estimates

Joe Lauria: Powell & Iraq – How One Resignation May Have Stopped the Disastrous Invasion

Why Our Analyses on Powell and Iraq Matter Today

===2020 Watch List===
Here are five questions local newsrooms should consider when covering political candidates who espouse conspiracy theories like QAnon (and this year, there are a number of them).

The media is covering this election all wrong


The Cambridge Analytica story, explained

Since August 2019, ProPublica has tracked more than 10,000 suspected fake Twitter accounts involved in a coordinated influence campaign with ties to the Chinese government.

The Economist’s model now gives Trump a 1% chance of winning the popular vote but a 1-in-ten chance of getting a second term, which should be intolerable in a nominal democracy.

===2020 Watch List-Bias===
Responding to Sen McConnell (R-KY)…
Senator McConnell should honor @RepJohnLewis with more than words, and finally hold a vote this week on the Voting Rights Advancement Act to restore the key voting protections that John Lewis fought and bled for in the 1965 Voting Rights Act

If Mitch McConnell is serious about honoring John Lewis, he can begin by leading the Senate
in enacting the Restore the Voting Rights Act and the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.


Senate Dems’ machine spent $15 million to crush progressive primary candidates – most of the money used to intervene in primaries & boost corporate-friendly candidates came from a super PAC funded by labor unions and Wall Street billionaires


Glad to see Joy Reid now support Medicare for All. That said, it’s important to remember that people like her shamed Medicare for All proponents & demanded they shut up. You really need to watch the MSNBC segment starting at about 4 mins here. (video)

Chuck Todd spent the lead-up to a lethal pandemic promoting the idea that Medicare for All proponents are equivalent to Nazi brownshirts …and now he wonders how we got here.

Baker counters Big Pharma


“We must mandate mask wearing to protect everyone’s health but I oppose guaranteeing medical care for all” really requires some astonishing mental gymnastics, but here we are

Note: Once studies1)  tied people feeling safe with economic growth & 2) masks with positive health outcomes all sorts of knuckle draggers engaged. In other words, for many it’s still the economy, stupid.

Obviously, everyone should be wearing masks…but let’s be clear: You don’t actually care
about everyone’s health if you are still out there insisting that we shouldn’t guarantee basic
medical care to everyone during a lethal pandemic.

Where NYT politely pretends Donald Trump has a “plan” to reopen schools

“Liberals” who fiddled around the edges of tough issues like race and inequality are as threatened by public enthusiasm for real progress as conservatives, They can’t argue with facts, so they find comfort  in smug concern trolling.

It’s completely unacceptable that @TwitterSupport still has dozens of Democratic candidates locked out of their accounts while their Republican opponents’ access has been restored. We are just over 100 days out from an election. This needs to be fixed now.

“Outright Lies”: Voting Misinformation Flourishes on Facebook
While the social media giant says it opposes voter suppression, the data shows a stark picture: Nearly half of all top-performing posts that mentioned voting by mail were false or misleading.

===2020 Presidential Candidates===
Kamala Harris… Jan 21st
New Emails Reveal Warm Relationship Between Kamala Harris And Big Tech
As California attorney general, Harris saw Facebook and other budding monopolies as allies rather than threats.

Kamala Harris has a decent voting record. But these two stories have always been pretty
troubling – they spotlight enormous questions about her record on white collar crime &
her commitment to holding the powerful accountable. and
Pete Buttigieg… April 14th

Joe Biden… April 25th
Crucial contrast from Biden’s clean energy speech yesterday: **When Donald Trump thinks about climate change, the only word he can muster is ‘hoax.’ When I think about climate change, the word I think of is ‘jobs.’**

Biden’s new plan for $2 trillion over four years replaces the $1.7 trillion over 10 years climate plan
that he put out last year. So he’s talking about spending more money and much faster.

Statement from @sunrisemvmt’s @VarshPrakash on Biden’s clean energy plan (bolding is mine)

Question: What about fracking?…

Fracking Firms Fail, Rewarding Execurtives and Raising Climate Fears
Oil and gas companies are hurtling toward bankruptcy, raising fears that
wells will be left leaking planet-warming pollutants, with cleanup costs left to taxpayers

It’s a bad sign that Larry Summers is still a valued adviser to @JoeBiden after all the damage he has caused. He is policy hubris on feet and frequently catastrophically wrong. …

There are many good people to choose from, and @JosephEStiglitz would be on any list
not prepared by a Wall St banker. I hope @StephanieKelton has a role, too:

Baker on Summers..

Biden has made some laudable promises to support good policies.
If after he defeats Donald Trump everyone pulls a 2009, gets all deferential & refuses to pressure the new administration because they think everything is fixed, then Biden probably won’t deliver on those policy promises.

Note: Just heard Rep Ro Khanna respond to a question saying, the committee discussing the DNC platform didn’t have a foreign policy plank. That’s why he wasn’t involved. If my understanding is correct… I strongly object.

Progressive Coalition Calls on DNC to Condemn Israeli Occupation in Democratic Party Platform

70 Orgs to Dem Leadership: Next HFAC Chair Must Bring A New Vision of U.S. Foreign Policy

Progressives to Biden: Foreign Policy Personnel Must Break With the Failed Status Quo

61 Groups to Congress:
Cut Pentagon Spending By 10% to Fund Education, Housing, Health Care
Donald Trump
The Republican Party of Florida doctored a Trump tweet about mail-in voting. Republicans privately fear that Trump is endangering one of the secrets to the party’s success in Florida.

Everything that Donald Trump has done and this is the Republicans’ bridge too far? …
GOP to Donald Trump: Change tune on mail-in voting or risk ugly November

Context: Feds, right-wing media paint Portland as ‘city under siege.’ A tour of town shows otherwise

Compare / Contrast…
“It was like being preyed upon”: Federal officers in unmarked vans detained Portland protesters.


It was a federal officer on the streets of Portland – not local police –
who shot the “Say Anything” protester in the head

Maybe if the media hadn’t gotten bored and stopped covering the protests,
the Trump admin  wouldn’t have felt empowered to send an occupying army into Portland.

US Attorney For Oregon Calls For Investigation Into Portland Protester Arrests

The Border Patrol Was Responsible for an Arrest in Portland.
An internal memo, obtained exclusively by The Nation,
details a coordinated program of domestic counterinsurgency.

Donald Trump claims Portland “called us in”. They didn’t. (video)


Authoritarian governments, not democratic republics, send unmarked authorities after protesters.
These Trump/Barr tactics designed to eliminate any accountability are absolutely unacceptable
in America, and must end. (video)

I thought we’d already covered this after the attacks in Lafayette Square: the US government
should not be using unidentified federal officers as a secret police force to terrorize US citizens
& violate their constitutional rights. This is outrageous.

Portland mayor on CNN: “What I want to do is raise awareness nationally. This could happen
in your city. And what we’re seeing is a blatant abuse of police tactics by the federal gov’t,
by a Trump admin that’s falling in the polls. This is a direct threat to our democracy.”


Federal Officers In Portland Face Rising Opposition On Streets and In Court

“The tactical agents deployed by Homeland Security include officials from a group known
as BORTAC, the Border Patrol’s equivalent of a S.W.A.T. team, a highly trained group
that normally is tasked with investigating drug smuggling organizations”


Trump administration on deadly pandemic: You’re on your own, states!
Trump administration on graffiti in Portland: We’re sending federal troops
to kidnap and maim as many people as necessary to stop it.

See text graphic of DHS Acting Sec Chad Wolf…
Unconfirmed Donald Trump appointee deploys faceless federal commandos to abduct protesters
in Portland but still wants you to believe him when he smiles and sings “we shall overcome”

See text graphic of DHS Acting Sec Chad Wolf…
What an embarrassment. The FBI says that 2019 was the deadliest year for actual domestic
terrorism, mostly committed by white supremacists, in a generation. And you’re playing war
against graffiti. …

The 87 people killed by far-right terrorists over the first 3 Donald Trump years – 145 if we include
the 58 killed in the Oct 2017 shooting rampage in Las Vegas – far outstrip the 17 killed by
Islamists or the four killed by left-wing extremists. with @reveal

Meet Donald Trump’s controversial pick for a top Census job

…Cogley is one of a handful of political appointees at Census. And his newly created job title seemed out-of-place for an agency dedicated to the accurate, impartial, and timely collection and dissemination of data on U.S. demographic trends.

Not true…
Donald Trump now explicitly warning that fair housing regulations designed to combat housing segregation will “obliterate” the suburbs…

Full on racist incitement

When Donald Trump Feels Threatened, White Supremacy Is His Only Weapon
Few moments pass without the president and his administration
amplifying supposed white grief and downplaying everything else

The Trump administration is resisting calls – even from political allies – to withdraw a proposal
to make it more difficult to bring discrimination claims under the Fair Housing Act.

2016: Decades-Old Housing Discrimination Case Plagues Donald Trump


Donald Trump has tried to make ‘Black Lives Matter’ a partisan issue. A federal agency says it’s
not. Federal employees are free to express support for the movement at work, the Office of
Special Counsel rules.

At least six investigations into discriminatory mortgage loan “redlining” have been halted or stalled – against staff recommendations – under the Trump administration’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

More Mind Reading at the Washington Post

Donald Trump’s payroll tax cut would destroy Social Security without helping workers

Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman
Donald Trump’s Pal Just Used John Roberts’ Get-Out-Of-Jail Free Card
…Roberts court’s recent ruling just helped Wall Street giants stomp on thousands of public-sector workers and retirees in one of America’s poorest states.

Bankers say economy remains weak in rural parts of 10 states, including Nebraska and Iowa

Pandemic, China Trade Deal Fuel Farmer Doubts

Government payments to farmers have surged to historic levels under Donald Trump as the
Agriculture Dept. tries to stem the losses from Trump’s tariff fights and COVID. Farm policy
experts and watchdog groups warn the subsidies are growing too big and too fast.

The case against Judy Shelton for Federal Reserve Board

This thread has 5 opinion pieces opposing Judy Shelton — 3 from @AEI scholars, 1 from
the @FT editorial board and the other from @TheEconomist


About 5.4 million Americans lost health insurance in the pandemic, more than have ever lost coverage through job losses in a year, an analysis found

Inspector general: Medicare chief broke rules on her publicity contracts
HHS watchdog finds Seema Verma mishandled millions of dollars in federal contracts that ultimately benefited friends, former Trump officials.


Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine rejects Trump’s testing argument: “Our testing has gone up by 87%. But our number of positive cases has skyrocketed to almost 200%. Clearly, our number of new cases is not just the result of increased testing.”

How Donald Trump Is Helping Tycoons Exploit the Pandemic

Betsy DeVos is a billionaire dilettante who has never been a public school teacher. Yet, she says educators who want any reopening of schools to be safe and responsible are guilty of “fear mongering.”
What a pathetic excuse for an education secretary.

More than 1,200 current CDC employees have signed a letter calling for the CDC to address “ongoing and recurring acts of racism and discrimination” against Black employees. The letter calls for publicly declaring racism a public health crisis in the U.S.

Wrong answer…

2014: Deadly Force, in Black and White
A ProPublica analysis of killings by police shows outsize risk for young black males.

The Trump administration lifted a ban on sales of silencers to private overseas buyers that was intended to protect U.S. troops from ambushes. The change was championed by a lawyer for the president who had worked for a firearms trade group.

See referenced Donald Trump comment…
Mr. President, you’re right to criticize Iran’s abuses. But your arguments are empty unless you also criticize your pals in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia for their executions. Please ask MBS to free Nobel Peace Prize nominee Loujain al-Hathloul, tortured for advocating women’s rights.

Peter Thiel… An
(Donald) Trump’s new pick to head research and engineering for the Defense Dept, in addition to only having a BA in political science, will oversee hypersonics, quantum, and microelectronics *while also* continuing to serve as White House CTO

Would you trust this man with $740 Billion?
That’s Trump’s Pentagon budget request. It’s 60% of all federal discretionary spending. …

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Got new documents showing  @realdonaldtrump’s company charging US taxpayers!
But – like all the others – contradict Trump Org’s claim that they charge $50/night.
This is 42 rooms at $396.15 each.

Team Trump is made up of people who are convinced that rules and limits are intended for others, not themselves.

Ivanka Trump’s official endorsement of Goya products on social media was an apparent violation of federal ethics rules and standards of conduct, according to a complaint filed by CREW with the Office of Government Ethics.

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In just two days, @realdonaldtrump’s campaign pumped $380K into Trump’s private business, in 43 separate payments. Trump Org says this was for a weeklong “donor retreat,” held in early March at Mar-a-Lago. Campaign donations turned into private revenue for POTUS

Context: President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have repeatedly attributed the increase in the coronavirus case count in the United States to an increase in testing. These assertions are not backed up by the data, a ProPublica analysis shows.

Latest example…

Donald Trump says he disagreed with a privately funded border wall. The builder got $1.7 billion in wall contracts from his admin. He now claims this wall was built to “make me look bad,” even though the project’s builder and funders are all Trump supporters.


Remember when Donald Trump used to criticize President Obama for golfing?
So far his golf trips have cost taxpayers $137,000,000 – 342.5 years of presidential salary.

Equals 900,000 food stamp person years


Dean Baker responds to Donald Trump…

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This is Sotomayor going about as far as norms allow to warn us that the Roberts Five and circuit courts under conservative control are engaged in a game of Calvinball, taking whatever inconsistent steps they must to help Trump and Republicans suppress the vote swing states. – For example:
Brian Beutler:

Senator McConnell should honor @RepJohnLewis with more than words, and finally hold a vote this week on the Voting Rights Advancement Act to restore the key voting protections that John Lewis fought and bled for in the 1965 Voting Rights Act
Sen Elizabeth Warren:

Important quote from John Lewis: – See &

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