Week-ends (11/05/22)

A look back at the people and events that made news the past week. Week-ends is a regular weekly feature of  This Just In…


Former WI Governor Marty Schreiber

Justin Turner

Ryan Jordan and Geoffrey Barron

Carter and Brynn Lewis of Franklin, WI


Kimberly Zapata

Randi Weingarten


“I ran twice — I won twice and did much better the second time than I did the first, getting millions more votes in 2020 than I got in 2016 and, likewise, getting more votes than any sitting president in the history of our country by far. And now, in order to make our country successful and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very probably do it again, OK?”
Donald Trump

“[Insulin] was invented by a man who did not patent it because he wanted it available for everyone. I spoke to him, okay?”
Joe Biden

“Dr. Frederick Banting died nearly two years before the president was born.”
Virginia Kruta

“Crime is not on the rise. It’s actually going down under Joe Biden.”
“The View” co-host Joy Behar

“Joy should ride the subway to work.”
Katie Pavlich

“Remember that time Republicans opened the border, spiked inflation, caused a fuel crisis, freed violent criminals, fired people for not getting vaxxed, AND ran out of baby formula? NO, you DON’T? Now would be a good time to vote accordingly kiddos.”
Jimmy Failla

“We know that more and more ballots are cast in early voting or by mail in America. … It takes time to count all legitimate ballots in a legal and orderly manner. It’s always been important for citizens in a democracy to be informed and engaged. Now it’s important for citizens to be patient as well. That’s how this is supposed to work.”
Joe Biden

“I read a poll … that white … suburban women are now going to vote Republican. It’s almost like roaches voting for Raid.”
The View” co-host Sunny Hostin

“The Republicans are pretty simple actually, and pretty straightforward. They say, ‘I want you to be very miserable, and I want you to be very angry. And I want you to vote for us, and we’ll make it worse, but we’ll blame them.’”
Bill Clinton

“‘Threat to democracy’ is now the all-purpose propaganda line from Leftists who are afraid of losing actual elections.”
Ben Shapiro

“Without censorship, the Democratic Party cannot continue to hold power. Democrats understand that. They have nothing to offer. They have to stop you from asking questions, so they have to crush Elon Musk, not because he is a right-winger, but because he will allow their opponents to speak. And of course, they are using the attack on poor Paul Pelosi to do just that.”
Tucker Carlson

“Biden is too confused to see the irony of claiming democracy dies if Republicans win elections.”
Senator Tom Cotton

“A lot of people … don’t want to be seen with the president, quite frankly.”
CNN’s Don Lemon

“Abortion can be another word for mercy.”
Actress Anne Hathaway

“The attempt to twist the Paul Pelosi attack into a broader story about supposed extremism in Republican rhetoric (so vote Dem!) is so transparently opportunistic and pathetic. Everyone can see what you’re doing, Democrats and the media, and it’s disgusting.”
Ben Shapiro

“Remember when Jen Psaki encouraged people to hold illegal protests outside the homes of SCOTUS justices, a man soon after attempted to assassinate Brett Kavanaugh, and Joe Biden never spoke personally about it but condemned it one time in a statement through his press secretary? Remember when Joe Biden gave a speech condemning all Republicans as threats to America and a few weeks later, an 18-year-old kid named Cayler Ellingson was murdered by a crazed leftist who accused him of being a Republican extremist? Remember when a Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer who said that he was a loyal Rachel Maddow viewer almost murdered Steve Scalise a few months into Trump’s first term and the media never demanded that she tone down her rhetoric?”
Greg Price

“I don’t know what the hell happened at Nancy Pelosi’s house and I suspect none of us will ever know for sure. But I do know that trying to paint a hippie nudist from Berkeley as some kind of militant right winger is absurd and will always be absurd. Being that this is San Francisco, it seems perfectly plausible that some drugged out nut case broke into their home. Trying to turn this San Francisco crime story into an indictment of Republicans is what’s implausible and ridiculous.”
Matt Walsh


How Twisted Must You Be to Justify Cutting Apart Kids?


Nearly Three-Fourths of Voters Less Likely to Cast Ballot for Candidate Supporting Gender-Affirming Treatments for Minors


Attack on Paul Pelosi


In 1 classroom, 4 teachers manage 135 kids — and love it

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