PETE BUTTIGIEG. Mayor Pete finds a voice in crowded Democratic field: ‘The Navy veteran with a hard-to-pronounce name, from a city small enough to fit every resident in a college football stadium, seems to be winning the argument at the moment. Weeks after declaring his interest in challenging President Trump, he has become, if not exactly well-known, a subject of interest for many Democratic voters, buoyed by a breakout performance at a CNN town hall on March 10.’
DONNA BRAZILE. Former DNC Chair joins FOX News.
SUPERCUT OF THE DAY. Lindsey Graham’s pro-Trump conversion.
WISCONSIN. Swing voters are tiring of Donald Trump: “I think he’s a dirty crook that lies, cheats, and steals when he can,” said George Engelmann, a 49-year-old Obama/Trump voter. “There’s just a plethora of things that are still coming out.”
IDENTITY EUROPA. 7 U.S. servicemembers found to belong to white supremacist group.
WHINE OF THE DAY. Donald Trump Jr. attacks “big tech” for alleged censoring of conservatives. ‘There is no conservative principle that even remotely suggests we are obligated to adopt a laissez-faire attitude while the richest companies on earth abuse the power we give them to put a thumb on the scale for our political enemies.’
FACEBOOK. We’d like to run local news but there isn’t enough of it: “Facebook and rival Google have shouldered blame for creating local news deserts by upending the business models of small, local newspapers. Now, the tech giant wants to invest heavily to reverse that trend in order to provide users with the local news they crave.”
STRIP DOWN, UNDERWEAR UP. Nico Tortorella is thirsty again.
SUPERGIRL. Trans woman’s lawsuit forces change in San Francisco protest policy: ‘Shawn Sunshine Strickland, a homeless woman known as the “Supergirl of San Francisco” for her ubiquitous superhero attire, filed a federal lawsuit against the City and County of San Francisco in September 2018. The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, cites two specific incidents from 2017 in which sheriff’s deputies, who provide security at City Hall, forced Strickland off the steps, claiming she didn’t have a permit to protest. She sued over what her lawyer Donald Wagda called the city’s “unconstitutional policies.” The lawsuit is currently pending.
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Supergirl of San Francisco Video in Response to First Ammendment U.S. Northern District Court of California Federal Lawsuit against the City and County of San Francisco. I discuss the change of the Unconstitutional City Hall Steps Usage Policy which can limit Free Speech! In addition my explanation of why I was protesting and how I was prevented from having a voice in regards to a brutal attack by a security guard at St. MARY’S Hospital (Dignity Health) to myself. Which left me on a walker for 6 months in pain without justice! My pain and suffering at the hands of People in positions of power has brought us to this policy change. “We The people” can now truly be free to express themselves to those who are at The City Hall of San Francisco. #SupergirlsForJustice #supergirl #SanFrancisco 🌈🌈🌈https://youtu.be/RXay9h5WtTw🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈 Follow Link for Video👆
CROSSING GUARD OF THE DAY. This turkey.
MONDAY MUSCLE. Ryan Hernandez.