A roundup of outrageous things happening in America today!
The newspaper owned by Trump’s son-in-law would really like you to stop calling his Nazi supporters Nazis.
Trump’s decision to split his time between DC and NYC costs NYC $1m/day in assisting the Secret Service.
Transition Team & Cabinet Members
After Jeff Sessions was not appointed as a judge in 1986, he retaliated against the men who accused him of racism by charging them with corruption.
Trump, today, on Bannon:
On Bannon:"If I thought he was a racist or alt-right or any of the things, the terms we could use, I wouldn't even think about hiring him."
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) November 22, 2016
Bannon, on Breitbart News, in July:
"We're the platform for the alt-right."
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) November 22, 2016
Those weird voting results mentioned yesterday, among other things, have prompted computer security experts and election lawyers to press Clinton to ask for a recount in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
Other Fascist Nonsense
These fascist posters are appearing at US universities. This is chilling considered alongside the prof. watchlist. Please spread the word. pic.twitter.com/hBKjFmpdvs
— Christopher Stroop (@C_Stroop) November 22, 2016
Less graphic but even more offensive flyers have been posted at Oklahoma University.
Richard Spencer, the neo-Nazi who coined the term “alt-right” and was quoted on CNN yesterday asking if Jews are people, is scheduled to speak at Texas A&M University in a building named after a WWII general who later became the school’s most beloved president. It’s part of the Memorial Student Center complex, which is dedicated to students who died in war. Texas A&M sent more officers to WWII than the combined total of the US Naval and Military Academies.