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Brian Williams is saying Fed considering pull back from Portland! Oh dear I suppose the

videos of Moms, Dads, Vets...innocent protesters being brutalized by Trumpgestapo is not playing well with Americans...how low can he go in the polls?

New AM Joy person has a GOP on and is allowing him to go on and on...lying Update

about Biden...Now on my maybe list-still hate that she has a GOP on her show. OK went after him...on fair points called him on his lies...still on my list!

If tweet ing use #Trumpgestapo...they came for the Protest Moms using batons,

tear gas and rubber bullets...


Democrats Just Flipped A Kentucky State Senate Seat The GOP Held For 25 Years

Democrats won a special election to fill a vacant Kentucky state Senate seat this week, flipping a district Republicans held for decades and signaling that the suburban shift that helped create a blue wave in 2018’s midterm elections may continue in 2020.

Dr. Karen Berg defeated Republican candidate Bill Ferko by 14 points to win the race to replace longtime GOP state Sen. Ernie Harris, who retired in April after holding the seat in suburban Louisville for 25 years. Berg narrowly lost to Harris in the 2018 general election, but will now hold the seat until that term expires in 2022. The win marked the first time Kentucky Democrats have flipped a state Senate seat since 2010.

Berg’s victory, which was announced Tuesday after officials finished counting absentee ballots in the June 23 election, will barely dent Republicans’ grip on the Kentucky state Senate, where the GOP still holds a supermajority. But it is the latest sign of trouble for the GOP in the suburbs of Kentucky’s largest city and may foreshadow further problems for the party in November as its suburban base continues to erode under President Donald Trump.

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