"He died in a room not his own, being cared for by people dressed in confusing and frightening ways. He died with covid-19, and his final days were harder, scarier and lonelier than necessary. He was not surrounded by friends and family."
A moderator from NBC News affiliate KSNT in Topeka, Kansas, called out a local politician, and Twitter is here for it. It all started when Republican Congressman Roger Marshall, who is running for Senate, ignored the news channel’s invitations.
Democrats have a real chance for a pick-up if Kobach is the Republican nominee for US Senate from Kansas.
The owner stared him down and told him, "Your gun’s not going to kill coronavirus, now get the hell out of here!”
The man said he had an "exemption" from having to wear a mask. When asked to show it, he flashed his gun at the teenager behind the counter. "This is my exemption."
Ivanka Trump's address is still up on YouTube, though her virtual address to graduates is not welcome at WSU Tech.
Selflessly sending one of his five N-95 masks for a doctor or nurse who needs it, Gov. Cuomo used the man and his wife as examples of the love and generosity of spirit that embodies America.
Senate President Susan Wagle of Wichita called the Governor's executive order "extreme." Similar orders are now in 44 other states.
It looks like Mike Pompeo isn't running for the Senate in Kansas, which leaves Kris Kobach as the leading Republican. Very bad news for Mitch McConnell.
But he was "just kidding" so it's all okay! Plus, he's fired!
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