President Obama shows Dems how it’s done as candidates hone their closing arguments. Republicans deflect blame following a brutal attack on Speaker Pelosi’s husband by a man who was radicalized by rightwing conspiracy theories. Chief Twit Elon Musk is off to a rocky start. And Mandela Barnes joins the pod to talk about his race to defeat Ron Johnson in Wisconsin.
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WaPoOpinion: The hidden danger lurking behind Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover
DaveTroy’sQ&A: No, Elon and Jack are not “competitors.” They’re collaborating.
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LA Times: Mandela Barnes’ rise is a true ‘Wisconsin story.’ But is it enough to win a Senate race?
AP: Barnes’ Senate bid may ride on Milwaukee’s Black turnout
WISN: ‘UPFRONT’ recap: Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate race enters final sprint
NYT: How Radio Powers Ron Johnson, a Many-Time Caller to His Longtime Listeners
Politico:Ron John owns the left — yet again — in Wisconsin
CNN: Texts between aides reveal role Sen. Ron Johnson played in pushing ‘fake’ Trump electors
WPR: During Wisconsin stop, Obama says Evers, Barnes will ‘fight for you’
BarnesCampaign: FACT CHECK: Ron Johnson Supported An Extreme Abortion Ban With No Exceptions for Rape or Incest
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