🐦 Bad “actress” Debra The Mess Messing is in hot water. She wants to create a “Blacklist” of Trump supporters, & is being accused of McCarthyism. Is also being accused of being a Racist because of the terrible things she said about blacks and mental illness. If Roseanne Barr....
🐦 ....said what she did, even being on a much higher rated show, she would have been thrown off television. Will Fake News NBC allow a McCarthy style Racist to continue? ABC fired Roseanne. Watch the double standard!
The spat between Debra Messing and President Donald Trump is heating up, with Trump on Thursday. He also wonders whether NBC will give the actress the boot, for her recent Twitter activity supporting both the listing of Trump donors and a church sign that name-called both black and white Trump supporters. On Twitter, [RacistDebraMessing] trended Wednesday after the actress apologized for liking a Baptist church’s sign that called black Trump voters “mentally ill” and white votes for the president “pure racism.” (from Los Angeles Times)
🐦 Alabama was going to be hit or grazed, and then Hurricane Dorian took a different path (up along the East Coast). The Fake News knows this very well. That’s why they’re the Fake News!
🐦 Just as I said, Alabama was originally projected to be hit. The Fake News denies it!
🐦 I was with you all the way Alabama. The Fake News Media was not!
Trump is insisting that Alabama could have been hit by Hurricane Dorian — despite government meteorologists saying otherwise. The president displayed a map seemingly altered with a Sharpie during a briefing Wednesday that showed the storm threatening the state. Even though the National Weather Service and National Hurricane Center said there was no potential threat to Alabama, the president doubled down on his claim in several tweets Thursday morning. (from CBS News)
🐦 After almost 3 years in my Administration, Jason Greenblatt will be leaving to pursue work in the private sector. Jason has been a loyal and great friend and fantastic lawyer....
🐦 ....His dedication to Israel and to seeking peace between Israel and the Palestinians won’t be forgotten. He will be missed. Thank you Jason!
Jason Greenblatt, the Trump administration’s special envoy for Middle East peace, tasked with working on the “ultimate deal” for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, is to leave the post, it has been announced. Greenblatt may stay in the role until the publication of the long-delayed plan, which is now due to come out some time after Israeli elections on 17 September. However, if those elections bring about the fall of Donald Trump’s close ally, Benjamin Netanyahu, the plan could be shelved indefinitely. Greenblatt, a real estate lawyer with no experience in diplomacy, began working on the would-be plan in 2017 with Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner (from The Guardian)
🐦 Just talked to Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina as Hurricane Dorian ominously comes up the East Coast. We are monitoring it at the [WhiteHouse], ready to assist via our great team over at [FEMA], who are already on site. We are with you all the way North Carolina. BE SAFE!
🐦 Just spoke to Governor [HenryMcMaster] of South Carolina regarding Hurricane Dorian. I informed Henry that we are monitoring South Carolina and stand by ready to assist. Be safe everyone, we are totally with you!
🐦 Just got off the phone with Governor Brian Kemp ([GovKemp]) of Georgia. Happy to hear that things are looking good for everyone. I stand by ready to assist, along with our great team at [FEMA] – we’re with you ALL THE WAY!
🐦 Great job done by [GovRonDesantis], [SenRickScott], Senator [MarcoRubio], and all of the those from Florida that were so brilliantly involved, including [FEMA], [USCG], Law Enforcement and First Responders. Thank you all!
Hurricane Dorian is pummeling the South Carolina coastline with winds, storm surge and heavy rain as the powerful storm moves north "to unleash its fury" on North Carolina overnight. Dorian, a Category 2 hurricane, is closing in on Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Thursday evening, where storm surge poses a major threat. Both North Carolina and South Carolina have already seen over 10 inches of rainfall in some areas -- and those in North Carolina are bracing for flooding and near-hurricane-force winds. (from ABC News)