It's Just the Coffee Talking: That liar-pants Clinton was 100% behind the fake Russia allegations and yet... crickets. And breaking into empty homes is a campaign topic for a mentally unstable socialist. Sigh.

Good Morning Coffee Friends!

I was going to do a coffee post last night and got some links to news stories ready but got busy doing 12 other things as well and... priorities dictated that I closed down the editor box and finish up the others so I could go to bed.  :)

Here are a few links although I'm not going to chit-chat over them like I might have if I had more time.

Meanwhile... I've had coffee and moved on to chai tea by now.  It's almost lunch time as well.  I don't usually eat lunch but today, I'm hungry.

Ponder some news over your morning (or early afternoon?) coffee.  Or tea.



Washington Dem socialist congressional candidate calls for breaking into empty homes
In 2020, she was a spokesperson for the group Tacoma Housing Now, which organized a group of homeless people in 16 rooms at a motel in Fife, Washington. The group paid for one night for the rooms, then demanded that the city and state government pay as the people refused to leave, according to local KING5.


Sussmann trial: Washington Post defends Clinton, claims she didn’t trigger Trump-Russia probe

Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified Friday that Hillary Clinton approved of leaking Trump-Russia allegations to media


Texas girl trafficked from Dallas Mavericks game listed as a 'runaway' before nude photos surfaced

The 15-year-old Texas girl trafficked from a Dallas Mavericks game and rescued ten days later from an Oklahoma City hotel room was initially listed as a runaway before her nude photos surfaced online in advertisements for commercial sex acts, according to several law enforcement agencies.

The teen vanished from the American Airlines Center (AAC) on April 8 after going to use the restroom during the game attended with her father. The Dallas Police Department, which the victim’s parents are now blaming for never opening an investigation into the case, told Fox News Digital that an off-duty Dallas police officer working the game was notified of a missing person at the game. The event and location were searched that evening, a spokesperson for DPD said, though noting that Texas Family Code (51.03 b. 3) "dictates that missing juveniles are investigated as runaways unless there are circumstances which appear as involuntary such as a kidnapping or abduction."


State Farm accused of pushing LGBTQ+ books on kids, Consumers’ Research launches ‘Like a Creepy Neighbor’ 

State Farm whistleblower shared internal email with Consumers’ Research

State Farm is being accused of recruiting agents to push books about gender fluidity on young children, and a new ad campaign by Consumers' Research slams the insurance giant as "a creepy neighbor" to spotlight claims by an internal whistleblower. "....recently a whistleblower brought to our attention evidence – email chain traffic – showing that they have been intentionally trying to target kindergartners for discussions around transgender issues, sexual identity issues, without notifying their parents or without their consent, and specifically targeting them in the public schools," Consumers' Research executive director Will Hild Fox News Digital. The internal email .... was sent by State Farm corporate responsibility analyst Jose Soto. It urges Florida agents to take action and provide LGBTQ+ books to children.