Quote for the Day…
Sometimes it’s not about who has more talent; it’s about who’s hungrier. – Unknown
In today’s column, I take a quick look at these people/issues:
- Ryan Zinke
- Eight Months for a Felony
- Brian Kilmeade
- The Western Word Poll
Last Monday I wrote about Ryan Zinke announcing that former President Donald Trump had endorsed him for Montana’s new congressional seat saying, “Ryan has my Complete and Total Endorsement for Congress.”
Zinke served as Trump’s Secretary of the Interior.
It did not take long for Zinke to mail a flier with the big news. The following hit my mailbox on Monday:
With Trump’s endorsement, Zinke must feel unbeatable.
EIGHT MONTHS FOR A FELONY:
According to the Associated Press (AP), Paul Allard Hodgkins, a crane operator from Florida, who breached the U.S. Senate chamber carrying a Trump campaign flag was sentenced Monday to eight months behind bars, the first punishment handed down for a felony charge in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and one that could help determine the severity of other sentences in hundreds of pending cases.
I don’t agree with this light sentence. This was an insurrection. It was treason. People were killed and injured.
If eight months is this judge’s idea of getting tough on the insurrectionists, then what will stop them from doing it again.
One sentence would: Death by firing squad.
By the way, I know the current U.S. Attorney General has ordered a halt to executions pending a review.
Read the full report from the AP by clicking HERE.
I believe you could add together the IQ of the three co-hosts on “Fox & Friends” and that combined IQ would be smaller than my shoe size.
Jut recently the COVID-19 vaccine was debated:
Steve Doocy: 99% of people who are dying from COVID are unvaccinated.
Brian Kilmeade: That’s their choice!
Steve Doocy: They don’t want to die. The administration and government are saying we need mask mandates to protect the unvaccinated.
Brian Kilmeade: That’s not their job, it’s not their job to protect anybody!
You can watch clips of the exchange HERE.
Beam me up, Scotty!
THE WESTERN WORD POLL:
The Associated Press (AP) announced last week that a third Democrat had announced a run for Montana’s new U.S. House seat. Those Democrats running include Monica Tranel, Laurie Bishop, and Cora Neumann.
This week’s poll question asks, “Who is your favorite Democratic U.S. House candidate so far?”
Click HERE to participate.
The results will be posted Thursday.