A Facebook engineer announced his resignation, decrying the company culture as one that operates on groupthink, uses appeasement as a PR strategy, and attacks conservative views.
“I’m leaving because I’m burnt out on Facebook, our strategy, our culture, and our product,” Brian Amerige wrote in an internal message to company employees, adding that Facebook’s PR strategy is “appeasement — not morally earned pride and self-defense,” according to Business Insider.
Project Veritas Action Fund has released a second undercover video from campaigns during this 2018 election season. This report exposes Tennessee staffers from Phil Bredesen’s U.S. Senate campaign revealing his willingness to court moderate voters through deceit. This was especially evidenced by Bredesen’s recent statement suggesting he would, if he was already in the Senate, vote to confirm now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. MORE
Time to End The Hypocrisy
A judicial officer ordered Friday that Rep. Keith Ellison's divorce records be unsealed next week, opening the documents to the public weeks before the election and amid a contentious race for Minnesota attorney general. Ellison, one of the leading candidates to be Minnesota's next attorney general, has been confronted by allegations of domestic abuse of a former girlfriend.
Ohio's Republican lieutenant governor renewed her call for Sen. Sherrod Brown to resign in the wake of court records that purport alleged spousal abuse and at least one restraining order filed against him by his now-ex-wife.
Ed Henry reported that Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor leads a "#MeToo"-type group that has been pressing for Brown (D-Ohio) to be held accountable, as the Democratic #MeToo proponents have called for similar actions in relation to allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. MORE