Bill Cassidy, runoff winner of Mary Landrieu's U.S. Senate seat for Louisiana, is no constitutional statesman, but just another loyal Republican Party follower.
Attacking the United States and fomenting misguided hatred seems to have become the top priority of the “dictators club,” more formally known as the United Nations. Just days ago, a multi-pronged UN assault on U.S. gun rights, local police, national sovereignty, federalism, and more, was unleashed in the wake of the chaos in Ferguson. Now, as Americans across the political spectrum express outrage and sadness about the tragic death of Eric Garner by a police officer who was not indicted by a grand-jury, UN boss Ban Ki-moon, sensing another opportunity to meddle in U.S. affairs, is again barking commands at the American people as if he were some sort of benevolent global overlord. Hordes of UN “human rights” experts also joined in.
The investigation into last year’s controversial closing of lanes near the George Washington Bridge (connecting New Jersey and New York across the Hudson River) has found that no conclusion can be made as to whether New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was aware of the plot to close the lanes. The investigation’s draft report, prepared by outside counsel, is scheduled to be formally released to the public following a meeting on Monday.
In what has been called a shocking example of a call to vote fraud, the father of Mary Landrieu's chief of staff has been caught on video encouraging Democrat Louisianans to "vote twice."