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Stephen Colbert is keeping close watch on the Roy Moore scandal and its fallout. He’s amused by the spectacle of Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) scampering down a spiral staircase in the Capitol to avoid an inquisitive reporter.

He’s less amused by the mysterious robocall that went out to voters, featuring a fake journalist who identifies himself as “Bernie Bernstein” — supposedly from the Washington Post — who offers a $5000 reward for “damaging remarks about candidate Roy Moore.”

This artifact does not, as Colbert observes, represent a “pro-Semitic” perspective. But the Late Show staff has obtained an even more dastardly robocall from the vast Jewish conspiracy.

 

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy

Screenshot from Aug. 25, 2020 edition of Daily Kos / Youtube

Reprinted with permission from DailyKos

A federal district judge in New York ruled Monday that the U.S. Postal Service has to treat election mail as a priority, another loss for Postmaster General Louis DeJoy in the courts. The judge, Victor Marrero, also ordered that overtime and extra deliveries had to be permitted by the USPS as election mail demands. This came in a suit brought by several candidates for office and New York voters against Donald Trump and DeJoy.

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