Episode 778 – Wait, He’s in Trouble Again?!

Is Donald Trump in trouble again?

Be prepared for lawsuits because people buying beer are being asked for ID.

And Massachusetts is dealing with their illegal alien crisis…sort of.

Dumbass of the Day

Here is Jake Sullivan, Biden’s National Security Advisor, talking about the economy:

Here is Harold Ford Jr, saying something really stupid on The Five on Fox News:

Will He be Indicted Again?

According to the New York Post:

Donald Trump’s campaign may have violated United States copyright law by selling merchandise featuring the former president’s mugshot, legal experts have warned.

The Republican front-runner’s campaign wasted no time capitalizing off the mugshot made of him at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, featuring the former president scowling into the camera.

Merchandise emblazoned with the historic photo and the slogan “Never surrender” was quickly hawked for between $12 and $34.

Within just three days, the Trump campaign made $7.1 million off the merch, which included T-shirts, mugs, koozies and bumper stickers.

But legal scholars say that money may rightfully belong to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, which took the photo, as US copyright law stipulates that the law enforcement agency that takes a mugshot is the legal owner of it.

No ID for Beer?

According to the Daily Wire:

A federal judge has blocked a Texas law that would require pornographic websites to verify users’ ages and issue health warnings.

Judge David Ezra, a Reagan appointee, on Thursday ruled HB 1181 unconstitutional and issued a preliminary injunction against it, saying the law goes “far beyond the interest of protecting minors.”

The judge ruled the law is vague and would violate Texans’ First Amendment rights.

“By verifying information through government identification, the law will allow the government to peer into the most intimate and personal aspects of people’s lives,” Ezra wrote in his ruling.

“It runs the risk that the state can monitor when an adult views sexually explicit materials and what kind of websites they visit,” Ezra wrote. “In effect, the law risks forcing individuals to divulge specific details of their sexuality to the state government to gain access to certain speech.”

“Such restrictions have a substantial chilling effect,” the judge wrote.

The law would have required websites with one-third pornographic content to post several “public health warnings” about the psychological dangers of pornography and verify users’ ages with their ID or another method.

He said there are other problems with the law. The article continues:

Some social media companies where children can access pornography, such as Reddit, would slip past the restrictions because they are likely not composed of one-third sexual material, the judge’s ruling said. Meanwhile, websites with sex health information would be blocked for minors, the judge predicted.

Not an Overreaction or Anything

According to Fox News:

Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey has activated 250 members of the National Guard to provide basic services at emergency shelter hotels amid an influx of migrants that has service providers stretched thin. 

Healey’s administration will also launch a Regional Rapid Response Teams to assist with overseeing shelter sites, she announced Thursday. The teams will be comprised of state employees.

The move comes after she declared a state of emergency this month over the increasing number of migrants arriving in Massachusetts from Texas. 

Healey said in a statement:

“Massachusetts is in a state of emergency, and we need all hands-on deck to meet this moment and ensure families have access to safe shelter and basic services. We’re grateful to the brave men and women of the National Guard for stepping up to help us ensure that every family in emergency shelter has their needs met, including access to food, transportation, medical care, and education.”

Notice, there is nothing about Joe Biden just letting in illegal aliens.

About 600 families or about 24,000 illegals have been sent to Boston. Over 180,000 crossed the border in August.

Texas should keep sending them.


Time to Grow Up