From the federalist.com:
Many in the media, though, which has spent considerable time lamenting its deteriorating influence and the rise of “fake news,” also decided to start the new year internalizing a partisan-driven fantasy about Russians electing the president, giving us incessant coverage, deceptive headlines, and misleading stories. The number of times I’ve seen a reputable news organization use terms like “election hacking” is now incalculable. It is a lie. Every time.
I was in Court this week, and a defendant who liked to push his spouse around complained to the Judge that he did not like my tone, that I was insulting him (I wasn’t really). The judge simply said, “…too bad, you answer his questions, that’s it.”
Never ask a judge for help in Court. But its nice when they just do it.
And, the only bad deposition is the one you don’t prepare for.
So, lessee, two months before flying from wherever to Florida, checking a firearm (which thousands of law-abiding people do, every month/day), and then shooting up an airport, this guy was telling the FBI that he was delusional, hearing voices, and was going to “fight for isis.” And had an apparent history of domestic violence? Really?
Some say that government is full of bureaucratic incompetents. I’m inclined to agree.