"The horse, as we used to say in Texas, seems to be out of the barn," D.C. District Judge Royce Lamberth said in today's hearing over the Trump administration's push to stop the release of John Bolton's book next week.— ABC News (@ABC) June 19, 2020
Color me unsurprised.
And in other "suppression" news:
Parent of toddler in 'manipulated' Trump video forces Facebook to remove ithttps://t.co/sIIESlgHnl— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 19, 2020
And: we dislocated everyone's lives and crashed the economy into a wall for this?
In just five months, the U.S. can boast over 2.2 million confirmed cases and nearly 120,000 deaths due to the novel coronavirus. Here's the full timeline of how we got here. https://t.co/R5b9Vi9ZLC— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) June 19, 2020
Something tells me somebody's gonna pay for that, and November is not far enough away for people to forget who to blame. Speaking of which, will Trump now refuse to watch NCAA games?
NCAA bans all championship events in Mississippi over state flag with Confederate emblem https://t.co/MUfYdM98PZ— Lindsay Wise (@lindsaywise) June 19, 2020
Let's end here, with Trump probably wishing Biden had stayed in the basement:
per @WaPoSean pool report, Biden got a question on systemic racism from ... George W. Bush's ambassador to the UK, who is apparently attending fundraisers for the other team now pic.twitter.com/ty06B94PQZ— Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) June 19, 2020
All kinds of things to be set right.