Democrats blast Trump for commuting Roger Stone: ‘The most corrupt president in history’

Democrats tore into President Trump on Friday after he commuted the prison sentence of longtime confidant Roger Stone, who was set to be behind bars for over three years starting next week. 

The president’s decision marked the finale of months-long “will he, won’t he” speculation over if or how Trump would intervene in Stone’s case, but opened up another avenue of criticism for Democrats who have been pounding on the White House on an array of issues. 

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down three of Gov. Tony Evers’ budget vetoes

Gov. Tony Evers signs the state budget on July 3, 2019 at the state Capitol in Madison.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court Friday acted Friday to rein in Gov. Tony Evers’ expansive veto authority by overturning three budget vetoes the Democrat issued in his first two-year spending plan as governor. 

Still, the conservative justices who backed the moves didn’t always agree on why each veto was unconstitutional in a fractured, multi-part decision that upheld a fourth partial veto those who brought the case also wanted struck down. 

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Top Trump adviser HUMILIATES himself with answer to COVID question

🚨 Top Trump adviser HUMILIATES himself with answer to COVID question 🚨

🚨 BREAKING: OMG! A top Trump adviser just HUMILIATED himself with his answer a coronavirus question. 🚨To tell the press to call out Trump’s enablers on their lies about the outbreak, sign here 👉 http://odaction.com/btcfactcheckVideo by Occupy Democrats host Brian Tyler Cohen.

Posted by Occupy Democrats on Thursday, July 9, 2020

Newsletter for July and August

GET YOUR SIGNS

One way you can show your support for candidates is by putting a sign in your yard.  We now have signs for Joe Biden and Congressional Candidate Amanda Stuck.  We will be having an office but it won’t be open until August 13th.  In the meantime, you can get signs at different locations throughout the county:
Shawano:  Call/Text – Jan Koch 715-296-6726
(Note: Signs aren’t allowed in the City of Shawano until September 4th.)
Bonduel:  Text – Dan Weidner 715-250-1212
Gresham:  Call/Text – Dea Bisley 715-853-6424
Wittenberg:  Call/Text – Bill Switalla 715–253-2052
Marion:  Call –  Dan Mantsch 715-326-1245
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Monopoly Mayhem: Corporations Win, Workers Lose

Since the start of the pandemic:

— Mark Zuckerberg’s wealth has grown by 59 percent

— Jeff Bezos’ wealth has grown by 39 percent

— The U.S. has added 29 more billionaires

— 45,500,000 Americans have lost their jobs

— 20,000,000 Americans are at risk of eviction

The system is rigged, folks.

Monopoly Mayhem: Corporations Win, Workers Lose

Since the start of the pandemic:— Mark Zuckerberg's wealth has grown by 59 percent— Jeff Bezos' wealth has grown by 39 percent— The U.S. has added 29 more billionaires— 45,500,000 Americans have lost their jobs— 20,000,000 Americans are at risk of evictionThe system is rigged, folks.

Posted by Robert Reich on Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Brace Yourself for Trump’s Great Recession

20,000,000 Americans are at risk of being evicted by September 30.
21,000,000 unemployed Americans will stop receiving expanded benefits on July 31.
16,200,000 American households have lost employer-provided health insurance.

Brace Yourself for Trump's Great Recession

20,000,000 Americans are at risk of being evicted by September 30.21,000,000 unemployed Americans will stop receiving expanded benefits on July 31.16,200,000 American households have lost employer-provided health insurance.Sound the alarm.

Posted by Robert Reich on Monday, July 6, 2020

Klobuchar Withdraws From VP Consideration, Says Biden Should Pick A Woman Of Color

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., attends a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on police use of force earlier this week.
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Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., says she is withdrawing her name from consideration to be Joe Biden’s running mate, calling on the former vice president to pick a woman of color.

“Since I endorsed the vice president on that joyful night in Dallas, I’ve never commented on this process at all,” she said on MSNBC Thursday night. “But let me tell you this after what I’ve seen in my state, what I’ve seen across the country. This is a historic moment and America must seize on this moment.”

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