- Editor’s note: Last week, President Trump weaponized his coronavirus response, gaslighting governors of states with Democratic Governors, including Washington’s Inslee.
- “President Trump on Friday [April 17] appeared to urge protesters in three Democratic-governed states to break quarantine rules, tweeting: “LIBERATE MICHIGAN,” “LIBERATE MINNESOTA,” and “LIBERATE VIRGINIA, and save your great 2nd Amendment. It is under siege!” Frustrated crowds have been demonstrating against stay-at-home orders in cities across the country, including on Saturday in Maryland, as the president pushes to send Americans back to work, even without a national program to test for coronavirus and contain new outbreaks,” by the Washington Post. Read more
- Trump gaslit Virginia’s gun safety legislation that most Americans want, saying the 2nd Amendment was under siege. Click here
- Protestors in Lansing, Michigan blocked roads around the capital causing a hospital worker to be stuck in traffic posting this heartfelt video plea: Michigan health care worker blasts ‘idiots’ protesting stay-home order.
- Trump just fell on his face [in his coronavirus briefing] trying to justify his tweets encouraging uprisings in Michigan, Minnesota, and Virginia. Click here for the video.
- People plan to gather in Olympia Sunday to protest Gov. Inslee’s stay-at-home order
- Signs missed and steps slowed in Trump’s pandemic response
- And do you recall Trump promised to release 9/11 documents to victims’ families? AG Barr refused to do so last week! Read this
- Supreme Court to hear historic arguments virtually in May, including over Trump tax records and Electoral College
- The Highest Office – A former Trump intimate insists that Donald Trump is a known substance abuser. Why is no one listening?
- Important story headlines from last week are below!
How Mitch McConnell Became Trump’s Enabler-in-Chief – The Senate Majority Leader’s refusal to rein in the President is looking riskier than ever.
We’ve never backed a Democrat for president. But Trump must be defeated. By George T. Conway III, Reed Galen, Steve Schmidt, John Weaver and Rick Wilson.