A Democrat representing a swing House district that could prove crucial to both parties in this year's election on calls from within the nation's largest teachers union to rescind its support of President Biden on the war in Gaza Is silent.
Representative Jahana Hayes, D-Conn., a former teacher and National Education Association (NEA) member, first ran for Congress in 2018 with the support of the union, particularly its president, Becky Pringle, who campaigned for her.
Don Cueva, a senior co-coordinator supporting the scheduling team for BBC Three, shared a number of hateful posts attacking both communities.
The posts were made on Facebook under the name Don Las Cuevas-Allen, which has the same profile picture as his regular profile.
One of his posts appeared to promote the conspiracy theory that the Rothschild family was behind the "holohoax", a term commonly used by Holocaust deniers to suggest that the Nazi genocide was fabricated.
Other posts repeatedly attack white people, calling them a “virus” and a “mutant invasive species.”
A Democrat darling who believes she actually won her gubernatorial race (but lost badly) was smacked with some bad news. For years this anti-Trump leftist “leader” of her party has pledged to right the ship when it comes to Georgia elections.
Failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for years has championed her nonprofit as a solution to what she believes are voter suppression issues. Abrams was bounced from contention for governor in the 2018 Georgia election.
She followed her loss by refusing to concede the election and launched her Fair Fight nonprofit. The organization quickly amassed more than $100 million to fund its efforts. But Abrams’ dreams were dashed on recent financial news for the charity.
From the Daily Caller: Fair Fight, a group Abrams founded to combat alleged voter suppression in Georgia, will be laying off 75% of its staff and significantly narrowing its scope of operations, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The organization holds $2.5 million in debt but only has $1.9 million in cash, according to the AJC.