It’s been a couple of weeks since I last pulled together a roundup of all the news that makes us smile, so let’s get right to it!
The January 6th Committee delivered and made it very clear in their final hearing that Trump decided he would declare he was the winner several months BEFORE the election, was absolutely aware that he had lost the election, and had decided to ignore the rule of law to try and stay in power.
In a blow to Trump, the Supreme Court unanimously refused to reinstate Judge Aileen Cannon’s order that a special master review classified documents taken in an FBI search of Mar-a-Lago.
A Texas sheriff has certified that the nearly 50 migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis were victims of a crime. That certification is a key step in qualifying them for a special visa they would not have otherwise been eligible for.
Biden’s approval rating continues to inch up.
Five members of a Texas family who took a family trip to Washington (paid for in part with a government stimulus check) to participate in the Capitol attack on January 6th were sentenced.
The main campaign arm for House Democrats raised $56.5 million from July through the end of September, which is more than their Republican counterparts raised in the same period.
Three days after the release of a secretly recorded conversation in which she made racist remarks and disparaged the child of a colleague, the former president of the Los Angeles City Council resigned from elected office.
14 members of Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt’s (R) family announced that they would collectively endorse his opponent, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D).
A Connecticut jury ordered far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay the families of eight victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting nearly $1 billion in damages.
Trump has been ordered by a judge to sit for a deposition in the defamation suit against him from a woman who has accused him of rape.
Nearly 50 longtime Idaho Republicans, including a former governor and dozens of other past and current officeholders, on Tuesday endorsed the Democratic candidate for attorney general in November’s election.
Tulsi Gabbard finally quit the Democratic party.
Have a great weekend!