Brits may try a second Brexit. Pelosi says no to Trump impeachment. AOC like you know, whatever. Wait, rich people pay to have their kids succeed in life?! Rupert Murdoch and Elizabeth Warren become very strange bedfellows.
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The UK Parliament has again crushed another Brexit deal. Almost a thousand days after the voters decided to quit the EU, the house of commons dashed England’s plan to exit the European Union. What does all of this mean? No ones is exactly sure. Tomorrow will see a vote on the no deal Brexit, or as the Parliament hobbits like to call it, second Brexit.
House Speaker Pelosi says she believes Trump is unfit for office, but won’t move for impeachment. In the Washington Post magazine Pelosi stated, “impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there’s something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don’t think we should go down that path because it divides the country.” Undoubtedly this will infuriate the far-left with of her own party. (Byte)
The Overnight Underground has been laying off Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, but we just can’t bypass this montage from her recent appearance at the new political spring training ground South By South West. (Byte) There were over 70 “likes,” nearly 35 “you knows” and five “whatever’s” This was in-between the Mensa member stating America was “garbage,” capitalism is “irredeemable,” and President Reagan was a racist. Aint’ post modernism grand!
50 high profile big-wigs, including executives and Hollywood actresses have been charged in a nationwide college cheating scam. The alleged perps include Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin according to court records unsealed in Boston. The indicted allegedly paid bribes up to six million dollars to get their kids admitted into elite colleges including Yale, Stanford, Georgetown and USC according to Federal prosecutors. Wait, what you’re saying is that rich people use their wealth to buy their kids a future! I’m shocked.
News Corp is calling for the breakup of Google in Australia. Rupert Murdoch's company petitioned regulators in a complaint that stated "Google enjoys overwhelming market power in both online search and ad tech services." News Corp Australia is a subsidiary of News Corp. The company owns 21st Century Fox, the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and a whole shit load of papers and TV principals in the UK .Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. This follows news from earlier in the week when Elizabeth Warren argued that Amazon, Google and Facebook hold " too much power.” Warren found herself in the Facebook hole when the company deleted her ads that claimed the anti-social media company abuses its power. The ads were later restored. On Monday, Warren tweeted that Facebook’s actions were an example of why the social media behemoth’s should be busted.