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Today … deep breath …

the Supreme Court canceled oral arguments on the God-King’s old he-insists-it’s-not-a-Muslim ban so both sides can prepare briefs on the God-King’s new of-course-it’s-a-Muslim ban.

Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said the God-King has declared war and said North Korea will shoot down U.S. bombers even if they’re not in that nation’s airspace.

House Democrats launched an investigation of Jared Kushner’s use of a private email account for official government business as a watchdog group learned that Ivanka Trump is also using a private email account for official business, and the White House is refusing to turn over documents subpoenaed by special counsel Robert Mueller and Senate and House investigators.

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) called for Arizonans to recall Sen. John McCain as the God-King blamed Sen. McCain for the failure of Obamacare repeal efforts while Capitol police arrested dozens wheelchair-bound protesters during the lone hearing for the Graham-Cassidy bill. Also, a CBS News poll found that most Americans don’t want Graham-Cassidy, with almost twice as many “strongly disapproving” (38%) as those “strongly approving” (8%) or “somewhat approving” (12%), combined.

Sens. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and James Lankford (R-OK) offered a bill to protect DREAMers although it wouldn’t allow them to sponsor family members, as an ABC News/Washington Post poll found that 86% of Americans want to protect DREAMers.

… and lest we miss the real emergency, the Governor of Puerto Rico is pleading for help as 3.4 million American citizens are without power in the wake of Hurricane Maria, and many are running out of food out water.

Will the crisis in Puerto Rico ever pierce the din?


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