Trump's Assassination Dog Whistle Was Scarier Than You Think

Donald Trump speaking at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina expressed concern about Hillary picking supreme court justices and then said "If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is. I don't know."

Brian Kemp Leaked Audio About Georgia Voting Concerns Raises Questions

Brian Kemp, Georgia Secretary of State and the Republican nominee for Georgia governor, expressed at a ticketed campaign event that his Democratic opponent Stacey Abrams’ voter turnout operation “continues to concern us, especially if everybody uses and exercises their right to vote,” according to audio obtained by Rolling Stone.

Who Makes Money Off the Trump Administration?

At 3:45 p.m. on October 6th, 2017, an unassuming man in his early
sixties with a low, raspy voice and a thin, wide smile arrived at the
White House. He had been here before, in the George W. Bush years, when
he was one of the most sought-after fundraisers in the Republican Party.
But a scandal had derailed his life, and afterward he had disappeared
from politics. In early 2016, the opportunity arose to make his return. The man had helped Donald J. Trump’s long-shot campaign raise millions
of dollars, and he could rightly say he played a role in the most
improbable presidential victory in American history.

Mitch McConnell: The Man Who Sold America

McConnell has been unpopular in his home state for
years, but his approval rating plunged in one poll to a rock-bottom 18
percent — with a re-election campaign looming in 2020. In January, he had raised red flags among Republicans and -Democrats alike
when he took a key role in lifting sanctions on Russian oligarch Oleg
Deripaska, a Putin ally under FBI investigation for his involvement in
2016 election-meddling; three months later, Deripaska’s aluminum
company, Rusal, announced a $200 million investment in Kentucky.

Trump Adviser Taped Discussing 'Aggressive' Voter Suppression in 2020

Clark can be heard on tape at the event saying, “Traditionally it’s
always been Republicans suppressing votes in places. Let’s start
protecting our voters. We know where they are. … Let’s start playing
offense a little bit. That’s what you’re going to see in 2020. It’s
going to be a much bigger program, a much more aggressive program, a
much better-funded program.”

DOJ Wants to Suspend Constitutional Rights for Coronavirus Emergency

The Trump Department of Justice
has asked Congress to craft legislation allowing chief judges to
indefinitely hold people without trial and suspend other
constitutionally-protected rights during coronavirus and other emergencies, according to a report by Politico’s Betsy Woodruff Swan.