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The outrageous tyranny of Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer and her heavy-handed, illogical, and irresponsible Wuhan coronavirus edicts have finally been outdone by another Democrat governor, this time on the east coast. Maine governor Janet Mills jumped on the one-size-fits all Wuhan coronavirus bandwagon, and forced a state-wide shutdown order, including in counties that have tiny numbers of infections and zero deaths.

Sen. Susan Collins (R) is seeking reelection in 2020, but there are some growing signs that it will not be an easy bid for the centrist Maine lawmaker.  Collins' waffling during the confirmation hearings of Justice Brett Kavanaugh won her few (if any) friends or admirers on either the right or the left. And now the Cook Political Report has moved Collins' 2020 Senate race from "leans Republican" to "toss up."

The Obama administration was stuffed to the gills with unsavory characters, but one that stands out above most others is Susan Rice. And now she's hinted that she might consider running against Senator Susan Collins (R-ME). As we've covered here at LI, Rice has been at the center of far too many Obama-era scandals. From lying about the cause of the Benghazi compound attack that left four men, including an American ambassador dead, to lying about the deserter Bowe Bergdahl having "served with honor and distinction, to unmasking Trump campaign officials, Rice was front and center.

Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) is a notorious moderate in the upper chamber and one not scared to go against the Republican Party. This is why people have been pushing her to vote against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but some have gone too far. Some people have threatened and wished rape upon her female staff members while others have raised money to defeat her if she doesn't vote against Kavanaugh. Collins claims that is bribery and she may be correct.
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