“He was kind of a hippie. Had long hair, a Magnum, P.I. mustache... He was a smart, cocky kind of guy.”
Gov. Bill Lee’s response to record virus surge has been prayer, not a mask mandate. Now he’s holding up Tennessee’s first vaccine doses instead of giving them to frontline workers.
Sean Feucht took his roadshow to the Music City—and immediately earned local ire.
“We are using a bazooka to go after a house fly here,” said one critic of a controversial proposal in Tennessee that could deprive people of voting rights.
“When you fight to honor racists, you show black Tennesseans and all of their allies where you stand,” Swift said. “You can’t change history, but you can change this.”
The president has urged states to wind back their stay-at-home orders sooner rather than later. Whether states are following him varies widely.
The 15-month-old’s mom was arrested after her baby disappeared for allegedly making “inaccurate statements” during the investigation—but no one has been charged in Evelyn’s death.