Michigan AG Blames POTUS For “Dog Whistles, Hateful Rhetoric” After Alleged Plot To Kidnap Governor Whitmer foiled

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel appeared on MSNBC and blamed President Trump for “dog whistles” and “hateful rhetoric” after the feds foiled an alleged attempted kidnapping of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

“I’m a lifelong Michigander, and you can go back to the Oklahoma City bombing and see there’s a relationship between Michigan militia groups and that horrible event, but things died down for quite some time,” Nessel said.

“Things escalated exponentially recently, and first of all, of course, having a president that seems to condone these types of actions.”

“Certainly, I would say more than dog whistles out there. Right? I mean, very good people on both sides. And as you indicated before, tweets to liberate Michigan. What does that mean exactly? And, you know, calls to stand back and stand by talking about the Proud Boys. So this is a president that traffics in extremism.”

She continued “I hear the press frequently talk about it in terms of a dog whistle to these groups, but to me, it’s not a dog whistle. It is really a command to action more than anything. Especially I see that in terms of our governor.”

“What these groups often tend to do is they take advantage of moments of civil unrest and between the COVID epidemic and the Black Lives Matter protests, things have only escalated more and more. You see this hateful rhetoric against our governor for months and months and seen it enabled not just by the president but by other elected leaders in our state that call her a dictator or use other very hostile language towards her,” the Michigan Attorney General said.

“I think that this is building up for a long time, the FBI has taken note of it, and it was time to step in and to ensure that she did not lose her life and that we didn’t have anybody else in our states potentially threatened either and time to move forward on these 13 different defendants,” Nessel added.

Wallace Says Harris Succeeded In Appearing “Presidential” & Showing She Could Be “Heartbeat Away From Presidency”

At the conclusion of last night’s debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Biden running mate Kamala Harris, many were curious to see what Fox News host and first Presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace would have to say.

While his words were measured, Chris Wallace praised Kamala Harris for achieving what he considered to be her debate goal – to appear “presidential” and qualified to be “a heartbeat away from the presidency.”

Wallace said “I think going into tonight, the Biden campaign had one concern, and it wasn’t whether or not Kamala Harris was going to be sufficiently likable.

“It was whether or not people were going to be able to at the end of the night to envision her as being a heartbeat away from the presidency, which she in terms of her knowledge, command of the facts, her policy, would she seem presidential?”

Host Wallace added “and I don’t think she did anything at all tonight to disqualify herself in that sense.”

“So, if they came into the night leading, I think they left the night, the Biden campaign, did with the lead,” Chris Wallace concluded.

CNN’s Stelter Accuses POTUS Of “Cover Up” & “Performative Show Of Strength” As He Leaves Walter Reed Hospital

CNN’s Brian Stelter accused President Trump of using a “performative show of strength” as he left Walter Reed medical facility.

“It’s not a real show of strength but it’s a performative show of strength,” Stelter argued.

“This is what strong men do in autocratic regimes…” he added.

“Meanwhile, there are big questions about the coverup…We moved from this possibly being a coverup to actually being a coverup.”

In a later segment, Stelter argues “the President is trying to portray himself as a winner against a deadly virus but it is the virus that is in charge.”

After spending three nights at the Walter Reed medical center, President Trump returned on Monday evening to the White House, where he will continue to receive treatment for Covid-19.

His physician, Dr. Sean P. Conley, had said earlier in the day that the president was not “out of the woods yet.”

Washington Post Columnist Suggests Congress Should “Defund Walter Reed Medical Center”

Washington Post opinion columnist Jennifer Rubin suggested that Congress should “defund Walter Reed” National Military Center, the hospital where President Trump is undergoing treatment for COVID-19.

The Daily Caller reported that Rubin was previously WaPo’s “conservative opinion writer” and now is the publication’s “NeverTrump, pro-democracy opinion writer,” according to her Twitter.

Since the President announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, Rubin has made several posts on social media regarding Trump and the virus.

She suggested Congress should “defund Walter Reed” after Trump announced he would be leaving the hospital Monday evening.

“It is a public health hazard,” she wrote.

Rubin also suggested that the White House “should be evacuated if” President Trump returns and begged for first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron Trump to be removed. Melania tested positive for COVID-19, Barron tested negative.

“Oh, Walter Reed MD’s, is your malpractice insurance paid up?” Rubin added in another tweet.

“Walter Reed MDs are morally and professionally responsible for allowing this,” she continued in one of multiple tweets regarding President Trump and more.

Rubin also said Trump’s “doctors will be responsible” if the president “falls ill and relapses or infects anyone else.”

As Trump Battles COVID-19, Colorado Trump Supporters Hit The Interstate For Parade In His Support

As President Trump fights COVID-19 virus in the hospital, hundreds of Trump supporters in Colorado hit the roads on the Front Range Saturday.

Community members drove their cars, trucks and motorcycles 124 miles across the state. Many vehicles toting flags and signage in support of President Donald Trump.

The event was called MAGA Drag the Interstate Colorado. Attendees told FOX31 that it was planned weeks ago but the last 24 hours took a new meaning for this ride.

“With Trump in the hospital with COVID and diagnosed with COVID it’s really great we can be out here to support him at this time,” attendee and Trump supporter Tink Johnson said. “We’re all praying he gets better, hoping we can show our support for him and the first lady out here showing everyone else our support for the president.”

The 124 mile route started Saturday morning in Henderson where attendees said they met with others, prayed and recited the Pledge of Allegiance before taking off.

“There was over 500 cars, it was so awesome. I didn’t expect it,” Johnson said.

The route looped along several highways and major interstates ending in Golden.

“This is a great thing, stay in your car, social distance and you are protected,” attendee and supporter Cindy LoCricchio said.

LoCricchio said the support she got along the road was very meaningful to her. She also said that people on the road showed their opposition with gestures and chants as well.

“Oh Yeah, I Harangued [Trump]” – Wallace Sarcastically Fires Back At Steve Cortes In Heated Exchange

“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace fired back at Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes in a heated conversation about last Tuesday’s debate.

“Oh yeah, I harangued him,” Chris Wallace said in a sarcastic tone when Steve Cortes accused him of forcing President Trump to debate both him and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Wallace recalled the fact that, despite rules at the Cleveland Clinic where Tuesday’s debate was held, members of the Trump family and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows chose to remove their masks during the event.

“Do they think that the health and safety rules for everybody else do not apply to them?” Wallace asked.

Cortes explained that everyone had been tested prior to the event, but Wallace again pushed back, saying that the rules had not been dependent on testing.

“So forget this question of being tested before —” Wallace continued as Cortes tried to cut in. “No, I’m going to finish my question. Everybody was told to wear a mask. Why did the First Family and the chief of staff feel that the rules for everybody else didn’t apply to them?”

Cortes fired back, saying that President Trump supported the use of masks but also valued the freedom of choice, arguing again that the people present at the debate had all been tested and had kept distance between the seats.

“They broke the rules,” Wallace said again.

“I was there like you were —” Cortes began.

“Why did they break the rules?” Wallace asked again. “It doesn’t matter, Steve, the rules from the Cleveland Clinic — the rules from the Cleveland Clinic were everybody wears a mask, why didn’t they?”

“The way you are starting to harangue me now actually reminds me of what you did to the president during the debate on Tuesday night —” Cortes replied.

“Oh, yeah, I harangued him,” Wallace said.

“He had to debate not just Joe Biden, but you as well. You were not a neutral moderator,” Cortes argued, adding, “I don’t mind tough questions. But what I don’t think is okay as for you to become the effective opposition to the president. Okay? And everyone there was tested in the crowd, they were distanced from each other. People can make —”

“Steve, let me just say the president interrupted me and the vice president 145 times, so I object to you saying I harangued the president. I know it’s the talking point,” Wallace concluded, noting that the debate commission said that anyone refusing to wear a mask at future events would be escorted from the hall.

Strzok Accuses POTUS Of Not Taking Threat Of White Supremacy Seriously Enough

Former FBI agent Peter Strzok appeared on CNN and accused President Donald Trump of not denouncing White Supremacy strongly enough.

“Well, I think the FBI has the knowledge through investigations of looking at all these incidents of violence within America,” said Peter Strzok.

“And if you look at these mass shooting events, the preponderance of these attacks have taken by individuals who have some link or basis to a link to ideology that involves some sort of racial supremacy.”

The former FBI agent added “That’s concerning because that is what is a lot of these cases driving people towards violence and it is something we absolutely have to be taking a stand against.”

“The FBI can investigate and the Department of Justice can prosecute it, but it’s going to take more than that.”

“We have to have the sort of leadership coming from the top of our nation all the way down in our government, in our society saying this is not acceptable.”

“Racial violence is not who we are and any instance of it should be snuffed out and stifled and denounced, not accepted, not both side-isms, but the sort of things that we hear coming out of the president’s mouth,” said Peter Strzok.

Trump Supporter At Walter Reed: “When People Attack His Presidency, They Attack My Voice & My Vote”

Trump supporter Anna spoke with Breitbart News expressing her support for the President outside the Walter Reed medical facility.

Anna discussed why she supports President Trump and how she feels at this time when he is fighting COVID-19.

“Donald Trump had the courage and backbone, despite persecution, to speak for us and have commonsensical stances on major issues that we were not represented with,” Anna said.

“So the least we can do, when he’s suffered so much to represent us, is to come out here and let him know that the love for him is so great and we don’t always have the media megaphone, like hatred does.”

“But we’re enormous. We love him,” she continued.

Anna also explained that, “to give someone a voice is a very personal thing. It’s one of the greatest gifts you can give someone, and he’s given half of our country that. It’s personal.”

“The love for him is personal, and when people attack his presidency they attack my voice and my vote, which is my most sacred freedom as an American. So this is personal. I consider him family at this point… Trump 2020,” said Anna.

Mitch McConnell: “They Can Work Out Presidential Debates Remotely”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged President Donald Trump and Joe Biden to move forward with this year’s presidential debates.

On Friday, the Kentucky senator noted the importance of the Presidential debates and suggested the candidates hold them remotely.

The President’s recent coronavirus diagnosis has many Americans concerned over the status of the debates, which are seen as an integral part of the American election cycle.

Mitch McConnell has said that he would like to see the debate move forward, regardless of whether or not it needs to be held virtually.

“I think it should go forward, hopefully the President feels up to it,” he stated.

“You know, they can work this out remotely, we’re doing an awful lot of things remotely these days because of the coronavirus,” he added.

So far, neither the President nor Joe Biden has signaled whether or not they would proceed with a virtual debate. Both candidates are scheduled to meet again on October 15th.

Meanwhile, the vice presidential debate with Mike Pence and Kamala Harris is still slated for next week.

Left Wing Washington State Gov. Freaks Out After Boeing Moves Production To South Carolina

Jay Inslee, the left wing governor of Washington State, is freaking out on social media because Boeing has decided to move production of its 787 airplane to the more conservative and business friendly South Carolina.

While no one can blame Boeing for making such a move, especially if it benefits them financially, there is also the rumors that, in Seattle, leaders have shown that they will allow mobs of left wingers to destroy businesses.

KING 5 News reported that Boeing is moving all 787 Dreamliner production from Everett to South Carolina.

The company confirmed Thursday that they will relocate all 787 Dreamliner production from Everett to South Carolina.

The Wall Street Journal first reported the move that would deeply impact the Snohomish County economy and region as a whole.

The decision comes as the company responds to the “current global environment” in order to “enhance efficiency and improve performance for the long-term.”

“The Boeing 787 is the tremendous success it is today thanks to our great teammates in Everett. They helped give birth to an airplane that changed how airlines and passengers want to fly,” said Stan Deal, president and chief executive officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

“As our customers manage through the unprecedented global pandemic, to ensure the long-term success of the 787 program, we are consolidating 787 production in South Carolina.”

People familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal that the decision to end production of that jetliner in Washington state comes as the “coronavirus pandemic saps demand for aircraft.”

Governor Inslee knows he is losing a major source of revenue and he is not happy about it.