Skip to comments.Devin Nunes says torching of mobile home displaying his campaign sign shows voter suppression
Posted on 10/13/2020 11:22:54 AM PDT by knighthawk
A mobile home with signs supporting President Trump and one of his most outspoken Capitol Hill allies, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., was set on fire over the weekend, the second such case in less than two weeks.
Police, who arrived on the scene shortly after 10 p.m. Sunday to find bales of hay going up in flames, are investigating the case as arson, according to a statement from the Tulare County Sheriffs Office.
Nunes, who is seeking reelection in California's 22nd congressional district, represents swaths of Tulare and Fresno counties as well as the cities of Tulare, Visalia, and Clovis. The area is situated roughly midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles.
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These demonRats want Dodge City? Give it to ‘em.
It wasnt antifa/BLM arsonists. It was global warming that started the fire.
More evidence of just how scared the left is of Trump and the upcoming election.
Yes, I’m sure if they check the nearby gas station security cameras, they will catch Global Warming filling up a couple of jerry cans just before the fire started.
Nunes is smart.
Take their talking points, twist them and turn them back on the democrats. Just like they do to ours.
Republicans should demand equal time from taxpayer-funded ABC, to expose Dem mail-in voting and other shenanigans, etc:
AUDIO: 54m5s: 13 Oct: ABC Australia: Big Ideas: How US election laws disadvantage minorities
But the electoral process in the US puts up obstacles that make it hard for minority groups to cast their vote: increased paperwork and cost or absurd ID requirements. Stacy Abrams calls for robust voter protections in the US, an elevation of identity politics and engagement in the census.
Our Time Is Now: Power, Purpose, and the Fight for a Fair America presented by the Free Library of Philadelphia. June 17, 2020
Stacy Abrams author, expert for civil engagement and fair voting, founder of Fair Fight and Fair Count, 2018 Democratic nominee for governor of Georgia
Tamala Edwards - presenter of 6ABC Action News mornings
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