Maybe Hypocrite Matt Bevin Should Spend A Bit More Time Praying Than He Does Casting Aspersions

Now Matt Bevin is threatening the media and individuals filing ethics complaints. This idiot should tread lightly when threatening others. A united media front will be his worst nightmare. If he doesn’t think the media will find what it needs to prove him corrupt? He’s more delusional than Donald Trump. The Bevin crew are so inept that they don’t know how to hide their footprints. Additionally, Amanda Stamper may be one of the dumbest spokespeople in the history of Frankfort. [H-L]

Mitch McConnell has had EIGHT YEARS to come up with a health care solution and he’s done jack shit. If you trust him with your health care at this point, you deserve whatever nightmare comes your way. Republican senators appear closer to ultimately passing a bill that would repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with legislation that would dramatically reduce health insurance coverage for low-income people, only in a less severe fashion than the House measure. [HuffPo]

The 64th annual WHAS Crusade for Children telethon raised $5.4 million for special needs children, the charity announced Sunday. [C-J/AKN]

The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee told USA TODAY on Tuesday that Russian attacks on election systems were broader and targeted more states than those detailed in an explosive intelligence report leaked to the website The Intercept. [USA Today]

Welp, the time has come. Jamie Comer has finally publicly (instead of just privately) decided to speak out against Ryan Quarles. Likely won’t end well for either of their camps. [State Journal]

Russian military intelligence executed a cyberattack on at least one U.S. voting software supplier and sent spear-phishing emails to more than 100 local election officials just days before last November’s presidential election, according to a highly classified intelligence report obtained by The Intercept. [The Intercept]

As Richmond’s city commission reviewed the proposed 2017-18 budget Tuesday morning, few changes were suggested in departmental funding. However, several explanations were requested. [Richmond Register]

The FBI arrested a Georgia-based federal government contractor at her home this weekend, and on Monday announced she is being charged with “removing classified material from a government facility and mailing it to a news outlet.” The leaker is identified in the criminal complaint as 25-year-old Reality Leigh Winner, an employee of the contractor Pluribus International Corporation who held a top secret clearance. The Justice Department alleged that Winner admitted taking the classified intelligence document and mailing it to a news outlet. [TPM]

The City of Ashland would turn $400,000 in public funds into business incentives over the next two years through a new program pitched by Community and Economic Development Director Chris Pullem. [Ashland Independent]

The day after Donald Trump asked James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, to end an investigation into his former national security adviser, Mr. Comey confronted Attorney General Jeff Sessions and said he did not want to be left alone again with the president, according to current and former law enforcement officials. [NY Times]

Matt Bevin can’t repeal a 1 percent tax he said was one reason to dismantle the state health insurance exchange before he was elected in 2015. So he’s planning to work with the legislature next session to remove the tax, which funded the now-defunct Kynect. [WFPL]

The nation’s top intelligence official told associates in March that Donald Trump asked him if he could intervene with then-FBI Director James B. Comey to get the bureau to back off its focus on former national security adviser Michael Flynn in its Russia probe, according to officials. [WaPo]

Tread lightly, “conservatives”, cause you’ll get your fat, white asses handed to you. Conservative radio hosts mock a physical assault on a reporter. A GOP governor blasts a reporter on Twitter as “a sick man.” The president accuses the media of being an “enemy of the state.” [H-L]

Donald Trump will nominate Christopher A. Wray to be the next director of the FBI, he announced on Wednesday. [HuffPo]

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