Wednesday Reads: What now?

Let’s see what happens today…

While you think about that image…read this:

All this taking from Republicans is Bullshit.

Hold all these bastards accountable.

I wish Joe Biden would reconsider holding his inauguration outside…he needs to move it to a safe location. Fir the good of the Country.

What are your thoughts today?


27 Comments on “Wednesday Reads: What now?”

  1. NW Luna says:

    Mitch McConnell has concluded that President Trump committed impeachable offenses

    (picks self up off floor)

    • Enheduanna says:

      Donors are leaving in droves – big donors. That’s his red line apparently.

      • dakinikat says:

        I’m hearing republicans say the reason that’s the case is because the democratic party is using their leverage over donors … the republicans have put their nuttiest of the nutters at the mike.

  2. NW Luna says:

    Great collection of cartoons, JJ.

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  5. RonStill4Hills says:

    I wish I had the man power to go downtown Atlanta and get all the street signS changed to IM-Peachtree Street!

    We had to do this. We much ensure that no future POTUS will dare attemp a coup ever again.

  6. NW Luna says:

    Six days after state health officials unveiled careful plans for the next stages of prioritized coronavirus vaccination, the Trump administration asked governors nationwide to scrap much of that work and rapidly expand eligibility to receive doses.

    “State restrictions on eligibility have obstructed speed and accessibility of administration,” Azar said, blaming states for the slow pace of vaccination.

    Azar said federal officials would no longer hold back vaccines from states to ensure booster doses were available, offered federal help to establish mass vaccination clinics and said the federal government would allocate shots, in part, based on which states were most successful at administering them.

    A spokesperson for Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said the state would consider the federal changes on eligibility, acknowledging “differences” between the new approach and the state’s plan. While the federal government can advise, vaccine priority is ultimately under the governor’s authority. Washington is currently working to vaccinate health workers, first responders and those in long-term care facilities. The plan Washington released last Wednesday prioritizes first those people 70 and older and anyone 50 and older who lives in a multigenerational household. Next up would be high-risk workers and people with multiple health conditions.

    Azar’s announcement took state officials by surprise. Mike Faulk, an Inslee spokesperson, said the governor’s office learned of the federal changes through news reports Tuesday morning but by afternoon, still had not received anything in writing from the government about the new eligibility policy.

    “The federal government announcing sweeping changes to the largest and most important vaccine effort in our lifetimes — on television and without any advance notice or coordination with states — is unacceptable,” Faulk said. “DOH [Dept of Health] has asked our federal partners twice for assistance in developing additional access points for vaccine, and has been told no federal help is currently available.”

  7. NW Luna says:

    Trump Impeached!

  8. jslat says:

    Ten Republicans voting to impeach may seem like a small amount. It is, actually, historic. Only three presidents have been impeached. No-one in Andrew Johnson’s party voted to impeach him, five democrats voted to impeach Bill Clinton on some of the Articles of Impeachment, no Republicans voted to impeach Trump the first time. Ten voting to impeach Trump this time is remarkable.

  9. NW Luna says:

    From the WaPo:

    OUCH: The Supreme Court restored requirements that women seeking medication abortions visit a clinic.

    The court sided with the Trump administration, which had sought to reinstate Food and Drug Administration rules that require women to pick up abortion pills at a medical facility rather than receive them by mail or other delivery, Robert Barnes reports.

    The ruling comes after lower courts had relaxed the requirements over concerns that women and health care workers could be exposed to the coronavirus.

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