DML Briefing: Nov 6

NOVEMBER 6, 2019

These are the stories I am following today, November 6.  I will discussing these and more today at 10:30am on TeamDML.com

1- DEMS score big in Kentucky
Despite an enormous push by Trump and Pence, there appears to be an upset in the Kentucky governor’s race. Democratic challenger Andy Beshear declared victory over Republican incumbent Matt Bevin, who refused to concede but lagged, 49.2% to 48.8%, with 100% of the vote counted.

DML: Bevin was the least liked governor in the nation, and so the loss cannot be used as the example of what’s to come in 2020.  All other Republicans running for office in Kentucky scored huge Tuesday.

2- Virginia goes all blue
Virginia Democrats flipped control of the state Senate and House of Delegates, gaining outright control of state government in a former battleground state that has quickly gone from red to purple to blue.

DML: Virginia has been a baffling example of how a state goes radically off the deep end. It is also important to note that VA is swamped with immigrants who tend to vote blue. One in six Virginia workers is an immigrant.  And keep something else in mind… Remember the “black face” scandal where the VA governor was asked to resign but didn’t, well, I guess the residents of the state didn’t care.  Only the media cared.

3-FBI offers Mexico help in mass murder
According to Fox News, the FBI has offered assistance to the Mexican government as authorities investigate the brazen killing of nine American citizens by drug cartel gunmen in northern Mexico on Monday. Most of the victims where children. It was unclear of Mexican authorities have taken up the offer. It came hours after Mexico rejected President Trump’s overture to “wage war” on the country’s drug cartels in response to the brutal slayings. Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador thanked Trump but declined the help, saying, “The worst thing you can have is war.”

DML: Bomb the hell out of the Mexican cartels already. If it doesn’t happen soon, it will happen in 2024.  #DML2024

4- CLINTON ABC NEWS corruption
The bombshell claim that ABC News “quashed” a story on allegations against Jeffrey Epstein has drawn new scrutiny on the controversy’s ties to its own star anchor, George Stephanopoulos. Project Veritas, whose controversial founder, James O’Keefe, has described himself as a “guerrilla journalist,” published the footage that featured ABC News anchor Amy Robach claiming the Disney-owned network refused to air an interview she conducted with one of Epstein’s accusers and even suggesting she’d uncovered new information about Epstein’s ties to former President Bill Clinton and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was running for president.

DML: I love this statement from FOX NEWS because it says it all… “Stephanopoulos, ABC News’ chief anchor on “Good Morning America” and the Sunday program “This Week,” who’s overseen the network’s political coverage, has had deep ties to the Clintons. Before he became the face of ABC News, he was a senior adviser to Bill Clinton during his presidency. Ahead of the 2016 election, he pulled out of moderating debates after his $75,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation drew criticism. However, what’s really raising eyebrows is a 2010 report of a party hosted by Epstein that Stephanopoulos attended.

5- DML & Miss Mary celebrate 26 years of marriage
Today, Miss Mary and I celebrate 26 years of marriage and even so, I’ve never had a good cooked meal yet.  LOL.   Honestly, my best friend is my wife and aside from the birth of my 4 kids, which she played a small role in making that happen, the single best day of my life is the day I met Miss Mary.  I fell in love with her the moment I saw her.  How lucky is she that I have 20/20 vision!   And now that we are both hooked on DML PURE CBD, I can chase her around the house again like I did when we were teens — thank God she runs slow.  You too can be active again, go to DMLcbd.com and order your DML PURE.

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