Joe Manchin in his endorsement of Republican David McKinley: “Alex Mooney is all about Alex Mooney”
Ever heard of "projection," Senator?
Here is Manchin’s endorsement of McKinley
lol Joe Manchin brags about sinking Build Back Better in an ad he just cut for a Republican candidate for Congress.— Jordan Zakarin (@jordanzakarin) May 1, 2022
Democrats were never going to get this guy on board for any part of their agenda. pic.twitter.com/0ILc2pScCu
In his . . .
What has Senator Manchin been doing?
I see that not much has changed with West Virginia’s senior senator
Back from a few days of vacation, I’ll be trying to catch-up in the next couple of days.
I see West Virginia’s senior senator is still doing what he does best:
SCOOP: Billionaire Nelson Peltz hosted a private fundraising event for @Sen_JoeManchin at his Florida estate.
GOP megadonors in attendance: Steve Schwarzman, Ken Langone . . .
“Earmarks . . . earmarks . . . Get your red-hot earmarks, right here!”
A look at how WV’s representatives are bringing home the bacon
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary tells us that an earmark is
a provision in Congressional legislation that allocates a specified amount of money for a specific project, program, or organization.
The New York Times recently reviewed and published its findings on 2022 congressional earmarks. It found:
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Should we dismiss the recent reporting on Senator Manchin’s coal interests as old news?
Ogden’s political reporter thinks so
From Steven Allen Adams on Friday:
Can someone tell the folks crowing about the various articles detailing Manchin’s relationship w/ the Grant Town power plant that they didn’t reveal anything that hasn’t been known about for more than 20 years? It’s not hard hitting investigative reporting. It’s recycling.— Steven Allen Adams . . .
Posted in: coaljoe manchinsteven allen adams
An exhaustive investigative report from The New York Times that documents how Senator Manchin "Aided Coal, and Earned Millions"
Today, from The New York Times:
Three months ago, my editor asked me to see what I could learn about where Joe Manchin's money comes from.— Christopher Flavelle (@cflav) . . .
Thousands of pages of documents, hundreds of interviews and many FOIA requests later, this is what I found. (With @JulieATate & @erinschaff) https://t.co/fUdLCSte51
Manchin says he will vote for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Also claims he wants to talk about climate and social spending bill
From the Senator:
After meeting with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, considering her record, and closely monitoring her testimony and questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, I have determined I intend to vote for her nomination to serve on the Supreme Court. My full statement: pic.twitter.com/SUgwuBtHup— Senator Joe . . .
Manchin's money from the oil and gas industry 2021-2022
Perhaps, I thought, it was a bit unfair of me to suggest in yesterday's post that Senator Joe Manchin was owned by the oil and gas industry. I decided to do some checking. My conclusion: it's worse than I thought. From Open Secrets, here are the senators who have . . .