Senator Capito confirms that she is hypocrite
Senator Shelley Moore Capito a short time ago:
Of course, this is the opposite of what she . . .
The question: What did Senator Capito and our local Ogden newspapers say in 2016 about replacing a Supreme Court justice in a presidential election year?
As Senator Shelley Moore Capito awaits her Republican talking points on voting on a new U.S. Supreme Court justice, I thought it might be informative to see what our senator said four years ago.
On March 16, 2016, President Barack Obama introduced Merrick Garland as his nominee for the Supreme Court. . . .
Transparency? What's that?
At the top of page 4 of this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer is this headline:
Fort Henry Restoration Awarded $1.2M Federal Loan
The article, a rewrite of a Manchin/Capito joint press release, begins:
U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and Joe Manchin D-W.Va., members of the Senate . . .
When it comes to interviewing Senator Capito, West Virginia has NO reporters, just stenographers
A week ago, the United States Senate, by a vote of 52 to 47, failed to pass a coronavirus economic relief bill. (60 votes were needed – all Democrats + Rand Paul voted against the measure.) Since that vote, West Virginia’s Republican senator, Shelley Moore Capito, has made the rounds of radio talk shows in the state with the Republican . . .
Trump the scientist, masks, supporting the troops
From the Lincoln Project
From earlier today:
The President as scientist
Wondering what’s causing the wildfires out west? Just ask Don Trump The Science-ish Guy! pic.twitter.com/mi64cGchkB— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) . . .
Our local editor on West Virginia’s spike in coronavirus cases
From today’s column, “Backsliding Into a Wave Of Death in West Virginia,” by local editor Mike Myer:
It appears some have decided the coronavirus scare is a plot to erode their personal liberties. If so, it’s a heckuva well-done one. The last time I looked, COVID-19 had killed more than 191,000 Americans.
The sky . . .
Cluelessness? Their sense of irony surgically removed? Accidents? Trolling by event staff? All of the above?
I saw the following as I was reviewing Trump’s recent rallies -- it’s from the beginning of yesterday’s Trump rally in Michigan:
Oh, the irony (pay attention to the lyrics) pic.twitter.com/hAmzO3uSZi— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 10, 2020
"It ain't me, it ain't me. I ain't no millionaire's son. . . .