One might think that a powerful, long-time Democratic politician in California would have little problem getting the state party to endorse them for another term in office. As Sen. Dianne Feinstein found out, that's just not the case, as the state party declined to endorse her re-election bid. The reason?
Article Six of the U.S. Constitution clearly states that "no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States." Those words ought to be clear to even the dullest of elected officials.
The bizarre story of former DNC data specialist Imran Awan, and his possible role in the massive data breach that exposed hundreds of sensitive Democratic emails during the summer of 2016, continues to gnaw at conservatives. They want answers.