Carlson Slammed for Telling Audience Not to Take Vaccine

“In this country, we control our own bodies. They’re always telling us that. But no. Suddenly, the rules have changed. On the question of the corona vaccine, our leaders are definitely not pro-choice. Their view is do what you’re told, and don’t complain, and no uncomfortable questions.”

— Tucker Carlson was slammed on social media as dangerous, irresponsible and “truly, truly evil” for his monologue Thursday night sowing doubt about the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine, HuffPost reports.

Biden: Efforts to Get Son Hunter ‘Foul Play’

“It’s used to get to me, I think it’s kind of a foul play, but look it is what it is and he’s a grown man. He is the smartest man I know in pure, intellectual capacity, and as long as he’s good, we’re good.”

— President-elect Biden told Stephen Colbert said that he considered political efforts to target his son, Hunter Biden, “kind of a foul play.”

Trump: Always a Loser

“[Trump] is crying so long and loudly about the unfairness of his loss that he is forcing officials at every level of government, across the country, to take sides—against him. His frenetic efforts to deny his defeat have simply underscored it. Trump really is leaving office on January 20th, and he really will go out as an impeached and defeated President, forevermore listed in the history books alongside Herbert Hoover and Jimmy Carter and all the other one-termers he disdains. He is now, and will always be, a loser.”

Susan Glasser

Republicans Just Missed Winning the House in 2020


Inside Elections: “Republicans needed a net gain of 17 seats. They won 10, and may net another two (Iowa’s 2nd and New York’s 22nd), where their candidates cling to slim leads but are fending off challenges from their Democratic opponents. … If those results stand, Republicans will be five seats shy of a majority. In the five closest races won by Democrats, the Republican candidates lost by a combined 31,751 votes.”