All The Bad Dudes

October 14, 2023

In This Episode:

Jill Wine-Banks hosts #SistersInLaw to delve into the superseding indictment of Senator Menedez.  They examine how his role as the chair of the Foreign Relations Committee gives the charges against him national security ramifications, and lay out the political implications if he ends up resigning.  Moving on to the next indictment, they break down the charges against Rep. Santos with a look at how his actions defrauded his donors and the election process.  From there, they explain the differences between political and racial gerrymandering and how South Carolina’s conflation of the two has taken their recently drawn congressional map to the Supreme Court.

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