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Kemberlee Kaye

Kemberlee Kaye is the Senior Contributing Editor of Legal Insurrection, where she has worked since 2014 and is the Director of Operations and Editorial Development for the Legal Insurrection Foundation. She also serves as the Managing Editor for, a research project of the Legal Insurrection Foundation.

She has a background working in immigration law, and as a grassroots organizer, digital media strategist, campaign lackey, and muckraker. Over the years Kemberlee has worked with FreedomWorks, Americans for Prosperity, James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, and US Senate re-election campaigns, among others. 

Kemberlee, her daughter, and her son live a lovely taco-filled life in their native Texas.

You can reach her anytime via email at kk @

To begin with, ???. Anyway, according to the WaPo, Trump's Mar-a-Lago neighbors filed a demand letter, which was delivered to the city of Palm Beach as well as the Secret Service, citing an agreement Trump signed in the 90s. They allege that because the location is now a club it cannot also be a private residence. The letter was filed by the DeMoss family who runs an international missionary foundation (I will not comment on their occupation and actions here).

Monday night Trump announced that Attorney General Bill Barr has resigned and will leave his post before Christmas. Barr will be replaced by acting Deputy AG Jeff Rosen.

New York City residents may be strapped with an additional $3 delivery surcharge for any package not containing food or medicine. The proposal would funnel the delivery fees to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority which is facing a massive budget shortfall (maybe because they keep shutting the city down?).

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently announced the strictest lockdown orders yet, an announcement which caught the LA County Sheriff off-guard. Sheriff Villanueva told local news that his department will not participate in enforcing stay at home orders saying that it's the job of the health department and that he doesn't want to make businesses who've worked hard to comply only to have the rug yanked from beneath them more "miserable."

The hypocrisy of our leaders during this pandemic is pretty amazing. In a November 9 Facebook video, Austin mayor Steve Adler advised the public to "stay at home" but failed to disclose he was broadcasting from a timeshare in Cabo San Lucas. I mean, you can't make this stuff up. But wait! It gets better (worse?)!

Today is Giving Tuesday, a day set aside to raise money for non-profit organizations world-wide.

Big tech has become trite and tiresome. Instead of honoring Thanksgiving (a holiday made national holiday by Abraham Lincoln, for crying out loud), the tech giant celebrated "Unthanksgiving" on social media. Because colonialism blah blah blah.