It sounds like an article from The Onion, but it's all too real.
An animal rights activist decided that the proper time to call attention to his causes was while presidential candidate Kamala Harris was on stage.
Let's see who will be framing the debate this week, shall we?
From the elimination of the Public Editor to their overweening both-siderism, The New York Times is the perfect evidence of how the media enables the Republican Party to kill democracy by a thousand cuts.
The editor of AboveTheLaw.com exhorts the Dem Leadership to prove that they are not going to let Donald Trump be above the law.
The freshman congressperson reminds Chuck Todd that despite his fetish for political horse race coverage, impeachment is not about the 2020 election, but what's good for the country.
Donald Trump presented sumo wrestler Asanoyama Hideki the heretofore non-existent "President's Cup" trophy for attaining grand champion status.
Hethinks Donald Trump doth protest too much.
The cable anchor drives hard against the Dem's apparent strategy.
Proving he's his own worst enemy, Trump's braggadocio has the federal courts moving to stay the construction of his infamous wall.
The New York Times frames an article on Hope Hicks in a way that displays an utter disregard for the rule of law. How Trumpian of them.
Chuck Todd offers up all sorts of scenarios to test the GOP's loyalty to Donald Trump.
CNN's Brian Stelter breaks down the latest scheme from punk Jacob Wohl.