In other news, the judge overseeing the Bridgegate trial has instructed jurors that they don't need to consider motive. This seems bad for the defense which spend the whole trial establshing that Kelly and Baroni were thrown under the bus.
Meanwhile, a group of 370 economists have signed a letter of opposition against Trump.
Finally, two men in Georgia have been arrested who were allegedly planning to attack a HAARP research facility in Alaska because it's used for mind control. Or something.
Michael Vickers, a detective with the sheriff's office, told Alaska Dispatch News that both men confessed "that God told them to go and blow this machine up that kept souls, so souls could be released." [...]
"Four AR-15 rifles, four Glock hand guns, a Remington rifle and two to three thousand rounds of ammunition were found on the 200 block of Jim Road in Coffee County," WALB reported. They found the plot to attack HAARP after initially investigating Mancil "for possible drug sales," according to the news station.