Jeff Sessions is bending to Donald Trump's false accusations of voter fraud.
The ad depicts convicted cop killer Luis Bracamontes, who was sentenced to death earlier this year, smiling in a courtroom in Sacramento, California while bragging about his crimes.
LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “We knew it was an intimidation tactic. It was really unnecessary. These are grown people.”
Mother Jones is reporting that on January 6, Roger Stone sent a series of text messages to Randy Credico stating that he was actively seeking a presidential pardon for WikiLeaks founder.
The devices, law enforcement said, were similar to a device found on Monday, October 22 at the home of billionaire investor George Soros.
Brian Kemp is also the Georgia Secretary of State.
Here are five ways in which a Democratic House majority—even with Republicans keeping control of the Senate—could do a lot to impede Trump’s far-right agenda in 2019.