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AZ Dem Senate Candidate Kyrsten ‘Taliban’ Sinema: Stay-At-Home Moms ‘Leech Off Their Husbands’

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We thought her statement about not caring if Americans join the Taliban to fight would do her in, but if it doesn’t, this should!

Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema once said that stay-at-home moms are leeches, and aren’t real feminists.

I’d say goodbye to a lot of women voters, Sinema!

The Daily Wire is reporting:

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Arizona Democratic senatorial candidate Kyrsten Sinema not only thought it was okay for Americans to join the Taliban, disparaged the citizens of her home state as racists, and accused former President George W. Bush of “Crowning himself King of the World for Life” and putting arsenic in the country’s water, she has made plain her contempt for stay-at-home moms.

In a 2006 interview with the Scottsdale nightlife magazine 944, Sinema went off the rails when describing stay-at-home moms, blustering, “These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends, and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they’re choosing to live that life. That’s bulls**t. I mean, what the f*** are we really talking about here?”

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Sinema was married to a BYU classmate before later divorcing him. She has no children, and is a vehement abortion rights supporter. She co-sponsored the Women’s Health Protection Act. As Carol Tobias, president of the National Right to Life Committee, told the Senate Judiciary Committee:

“We find the formal title or marketing label, “Women’s Health Protection Act,” to be highly misleading. The bill is really about just one thing: stripping away from elected lawmakers the ability to provide even the most minimal protections for unborn children, at any stage of their development. The proposal is so sweeping and extreme that it would be difficult to capture its full scope in any short title. Calling it the “Abortion Without Limits Until Birth Act” would be more in line with truth-in-advertising standards.

The bill would subject any law or government policy that affects the practice of abortion, even indirectly, to an array of sweeping legal tests, designed to guarantee that almost none will survive. The general rule would be that any law that specifically regulates abortion would be presumptively invalid. The same would be true of any law that is not abortion-specific but has the effect or claimed effect of reducing access to abortion. It is apparent that those who crafted this bill believe that, where abortion is involved, immediate access to abortion, at any stage of pregnancy, is the only thing that matters.”

In her little-known 2009 book, “Unite and Conquer: How to Build Coalitions That Win — And Last,” Sinema wrote, “I don’t mean that we should all of a sudden abandon our principles and adopt moral relativism. I just mean that we should consider the idea that perhaps people with views different from our own come about those ideas honestly and that those ideas aren’t inherently evil.”

Just as long as those ideas aren’t about moms raising their children the way they have for centuries, apparently.”

 

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Wildfire Victims Join Lawsuit Against California’s Biggest Utility

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More wildfire victims joined a class action lawsuit against Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), California’s biggest utility, over the deadly Camp Fire that has engulfed over 150,000 acres.

The growing class action suit, initially filed Nov. 14, could spell more trouble for PG&E, which is already under severe financial strain, possibly on the verge of bankruptcy, according to reports.

“We’re blaming PG&E for failing to maintain its high-tension wires and putting profits over safety,” attorney Mike Danko told CBS News in a segment that aired Tuesday morning.

“We’re blaming PG&E for not turning off the power when they promised they would and when they told all of the residents they were going to turn off the power if necessary,” said Danko, one of the lawyers representing wildfire victims.

The cause of the fire is still unknown, but PG&E reported to state regulators power outages at two high-voltage lines on the morning of Nov. 8 near locations authorities suspect the fire started.

The Camp Fire quickly spread, engulfing over 150,000 acres, destroying more than 11,000 and taking at least 79 lives. The fire largely destroyed the town of Paradise, leaving its 27,000 residents homeless.

About four days after the Camp Fire began, four law firms representing wildfire victims filed suit against PG&E in the San Francisco County Superior Court. The suit alleged PG&E failed to properly maintain power lines and shut them down to prevent a fire from breaking out.

“PG&E ultimately made the decision not to proceed with its plans for a power shutoff,” reads the complaint. PG&E, however, told CBS News that forecasted weather conditions did not meet its threshold for shutting down power lines.

Coroners and forensic anthropologists recover human remains from a trailer home destroyed by the Camp Fire in Paradise

Coroners and forensic anthropologists recover human remains from a trailer home destroyed by the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, U.S., November 17, 2018. REUTERS/Terray Sylvester.

“It’s important to remember that the cause (of the ‘Camp Fire’) has yet to be determined,” PG&E said in a statement to Reuters when the suit was first filed. “Right now, our primary focus is on the communities, supporting first responders and getting our crews positioned and ready to respond when we get access, so that we can safely restore gas and electricity to our customers.”

Suing PG&E has become somewhat of a cottage industry for trial lawyers. The utility also faces legal liability for its role in more than a dozen wildfires in northern California in 2017 sparked by its equipment.

CBS News reported that 400 homeowners and those who lost loved ones were party to the suit. Insurance industry analysts estimate the cost of rebuilding burnt buildings could cost as much as $13 billion.

PG&E already faces mounting financial pressures, including $800 million in short-term debt obligations and another $1 billion in maturing debt. PG&E’s latest securities filing suggests the company is on the brink of bankruptcy. California regulators, however, might be laying the groundwork for a bail-out of the utility.

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Ivanka’s Caught Using It And Now Democrats Looking To Investigate White House

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Ivanka Trump used a private email account in 2017 to conduct official government business, according to a White House review. The news gives incoming House Democrats another potential opening for congressional oversight hearings.

The first daughter’s email use included exchanges with cabinet secretaries, among other forms of correspondence, The New York Times reported Monday night, citing sources who’ve seen the emails. The story also places more pressure on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to cave into Democratic members who are intent on wrapping the White House in probes.

The Washington Post initially reported on the scope of Trump’s email use, noting Monday that there were several related to government business, but hundreds of others related to schedules. Her email usage also rehashes reports from 2016 concerning Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was the secretary of state.

Abbe Lowell, a lawyer for Trump, did not respond to TheNYT’s request for comment but a spokesman for the lawyer confirmed again that Trump had used personal email for a time before she transitioned into government.

“To address misinformation being peddled about Ms. Trump’s personal email, she did not create a private server in her house or office, there was never classified information transmitted, the account was never transferred or housed at Trump Organization, no emails were ever deleted and the emails have been retained in the official account in conformity with records preservation laws and rules,” the spokesman, Peter Mirijanian, said in a statement.

Democrats, meanwhile, are pushing back against a concerted effort to elect Pelosi as the next House speaker – one of the major bugaboos among many in her caucus is the California Democrat’s willingness to subpoena the Trump administration.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton responds forcefully to intense questioning on the September attacks on U.S. diplomatic sites in Benghazi, Libya, during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton responds forcefully to intense questioning Washington Jan. 23, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Sixteen Democrats — 12 incumbent representatives, three incoming House freshmen and one candidate who has not yet won his seat — signed a letter opposing Pelosi’s campaign. They claim the party needs a new direction.

The Monday letter puts a substantial crimp in Pelosi’s plan. She needs 218 votes among lawmakers present and voting to be elected speaker in January. House Democrats won 233 seats, meaning she can only afford to lose 15 votes. Any reports riling up the progressive members of the Democratic Party will only exert more pressure on Pelosi to issue a tsunami of probes against President Donald Trump.

Incoming House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff told “Axios on HBO” on Nov. 13 that every committee will focus on investigating the Trump administration, and providing oversight to a variety of issues that Democrats believe could be damning to Republicans. Schiff will take over for current House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes, as Republicans lost majority in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

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