I generally try and stay away from talking about President Trump’s tweets, mostly because they usually don’t provide a whole lot of information and more often than not just a distraction to whatever is actually happening in DC with legislation.
Like the Mayweather v. Pacquiao matchup, the special election for Georgia’s 6th district was a highly touted and popular event across the country, with millions tuning in to see the results.
And much like that fight, the election results were already decided before someone punched (in this case, a ballot.)
It was the Punch Seen Round the World: a black bloc Antifa member sucker punched white nationalist Richard Spencer, in DC for President Trump’s inauguration, as he was giving an interview, gesturing to his Pepe the Frog pin, which only four months earlier had been deemed a hate symbol by then presidential candidate Hilary Clinton.
Populist or ‘far right’ politics brought about the world-shaking legislation that came to be known as Brexit. Now though, it looks as though it’s strongest supporters will not be a part of the British government as it enacts it.
Former FBI Director James Comey is set to testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, June 8th.