In response, President Trump tweeted, "Congrats for someone finally doing something about fake news. #MAGA!". Asked for a comment, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) told reporters, "Don't blame me. I told people to go after people in the Trump administration!" Meanwhile, a press release from the National Rifle Association congratulated the police for their swift response, adding, "That's the good thing about having so many mass shootings. It gives law enforcement plenty of training the next time they happen!"
Russell Walker, the winning GOP candidate for the 48th House District of North Carolina, says that both he and God are white supremacists, Jews are descended from Satan, refers to Martin Luther King, Jr. as a "coon", and that the war on drugs needs to be abolished because it targets the poor.
The local Republican Party withdrew its support for Walker by stating, "Ending the war on drugs is heresy."
By recruiting entrepreneurs to run local deliveries, as well as acquiring online
pharmacy PillPack, Amazon wiped out $17.5 billion in the value of FedEx, UPS and five pharmaceutical chains in just one day.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told reporters, "If those companies had only subscribed to Amazon Prime, they'd have saved $5-billion!"
Germany's intelligence service, BND, acknowledged today that it had employed the daughter of top Nazi Heinrich Himmler, Gudrun, in the 1960s, although she never renounced her father or Nazism, and remained active in far-right extremism.
Explaining why Gudrun was hired, a BND spokesman said, "Hitler didn't have any kids."
During an interview with Stephen Colbert, activist/moviemaker Michael Moore said people "have to put their bodies on the line" to stop President Trump.
"And when I do it," he added, "I'll be able to stop his entire cabinet along with their immediate families and first cousins!"