First up, we focus on three specific events at recent Trump rallies (in Illinois, Ohio and North Carolina) and the fact that the GOP front-runner — accurately described by Bernie Sanders as a "pathological liar" and by Hillary Clinton as a "political arsonist" this weekend — is not only inciting violence, but also attempted to smear American protesters and Sanders supporters as Nazis and members of ISIS, even while offering to pay the legal fees for his own (actually) violent supporters. Where all of this seems to be heading is now very dark indeed, as we make clear on today's program.
Then, we catch up on some of the primary and caucus results elections from over the weekend (yes, there were a few — Were the results affected by the increasing ugliness of the Trump campaign?), in advance of tomorrow's "Super Duper Tuesday" primary elections in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Florida. And we also detail additional concerns about recent Michigan results and new details on inaccurate e-voting results reported from Massachusetts, where Jim Gilmore(!) was, for a short time, announced as the winner of the Super Tuesday Republican Primary election in the City of Chelsea. (The newest explanation for that error, by the way, may be even more disturbing than the original one issued by the city, as it becomes clear that the very same thing could happen anyplace where votes are tallied by optical-scan computers, but be much more difficult to notice.)
Also today, voting rights news out of both Ohio (where we have some very good news) and Texas (where we have some very troubling news) from the courts. And finally, as promised last week, Desi Doyen offers some thoughts on the latest round of Republican climate change denial offered at last week's GOP debate by Florida's U.S. Senator and Presidential candidate Marco Rubio, whose own constituents are begging him to take action on rising sea levels already impacting South Florida communities.
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