'This was us after the walk. Yes, we were very sweaty.'
'We actually ended up not taking the weapons on the floor because we didn't have the proper tags beforehand, which is a new SDCC rule this year. We got stopped by security just outside the doors, and had to leave them behind with a friend.'
'John actually said later he was relieved we had to leave the weapons behind, since they're heavy and it was easier for him to concentrate on walking and taking photos without worrying about carrying something too.'
'After people commented about my lack of black makeup around the eyes after Silicon Valley Comic Con, we added it. It does make a difference, now that I know how to wash it off properly. (Thanks, Frank Ippolito.)'
'We did this Incognito on Thursday, when the Comic-Con floor was crowded but not nearly as crowded as Friday and Saturday.'
'If you watch to the end of the Incognito video, you'll see one drawback to these costumes. Whups.'
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The House Judiciary Committee released a staff report on impeachment late on Tuesday, which details the factual and constitutional case for charging President Donald J. Trump with "willful incitement of insurrection." Here is the report [https://judiciary.house.gov]. Excerpt: President Trump invited his political supporters to Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021, the day fixed by law… READ THE REST
"I will vote in favor of impeachment." Another one. Adam Kinzinger (R-Illinois) will vote for impeachment. "If these actions–the Article II branch inciting a deadly insurrection against the Article I branch–are not worthy of impeachment, then what is an impeachable offense?," asks Republican @RepKinzinger. "I will vote in favor of impeachment." Previously: Liz Cheney. Rep.… READ THE REST
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