In other news, House Republicans voted to pass the final version of the tax bill today, but there's still problems with it so they're going to have to vote again tomorrow. Dipshits.
JUST IN: Because of some parliamentarian issues with the House-passed version of the tax reform bill the Senate will vote tonight to change some provisions, and the House will have to revote tomorrow morning.
— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) December 19, 2017
Meanwhile, control of the Virginia House of Delegates has been flipped by literally one (1) single vote. An official recount has given the lead to Democrat Shelly Simonds over Republican incumbent David Yancey.
If certified, this would effectively give control of the House to Democrats because the Democratic lieutenant governor would become the tie-breaker.
Finally, the private relations firm hired by EPA administrator Scott Pruitt to spy on employees and manage the media has has withdrawn from the contract. Thanks to MotherJones for exposing it.
We're two days away from a possible government shutdown, if anyone still cares. I'm undecided.
Here's a palate cleanser:
— The Obama Foundation (@ObamaFoundation) December 19, 2017