April 20, 2021

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Little-known insights about 2020 voting machines
Pattern recognition specialist Jovan Hutton Pulitzer continues to report on what he has knows and has discovered regarding election fraud and foreign interference in the 2020 election. Read More.
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BLM co-founder buys home in swank white community
If you're going to help direct the overthrow of capitalism in a systemically racist society, why not do it in style? Read More.
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Will Pence mention events of Jan. 6 in his book?
Former Vice President Mike Pence has reportedly signed a $3 million to $4 million publishing contract with Simon & Schuster to author two books. Read More.
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MSNBC analyst dies month after receiving Covid vaccine
Midwin Charles, a 47-year-old legal analyst for MSNBC, passed away one month after receiving at least one experimental coronavirus shot, reports say. Read More.
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Michigan audit finds thousands of unregistered ballots
A constitutional attorney's forensic audit of the 2020 election in Michigan found that more than 66,000 unregistered ballots were counted. Read More.
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Forensic audit of NH town's 2020 voting machines approved
The New Hampshire state Senate voted unanimously on Thursday for a forensic audit to be conducted on the town of Windham's 2020 election results. Read More.
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Off limits: No tough questions on Hunter's book tour
As he makes the rounds with corporate media personalities and late night talk hosts to promote his book, Hunter Biden is consistently bombarded with such probing questions as "why are you so awesome?" and "why is your father so awesome?" Read More.
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Still no chain of custody for 355,000 Georgia ballots
Chain of custody documentation has still not been provided for hundreds of thousands of absentee vote by mail ballots that were placed in Georgia drop boxes during the 2020 presidential election, a report noted. Read More.
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Arizona prohibits police from enforcing new federal gun laws
Before Joe Biden rolled out his team's new gun-control measures on Thursday, Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation that would prohibit police and sheriffs in the state from enforcing any new federal gun laws that may violate the Second Amendment. Read More.
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Crushing election defeats for S. Korea's leftist president
Leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-In is likely to rapidly lose his grip on state affairs following crushing defeats his ruling party suffered in mayoral elections in Seoul and Busan, analysts say. Read More.
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ISIS attacks town near LNG site on Mozambique’s coast
Storm clouds are gathering along Mozambique’s northern coast. Islamic State militants launched a coordinated and deadly assault on the town of Palma, nearby a multi-billion dollar natural gas complex being built by France’s Total energy. Read More.
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More panic in Maricopa: Threats to sue ballot auditors
Attorneys have threatened to file lawsuits against the firms selected by the Arizona state Senate to conduct a comprehensive audit of Maricopa County's 2020 election results. Read More.
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Report: Durham evidence in Seth Rich case to be destroyed
U.S. Attorney John Durham has not responded to attorneys' requests to preserve evidence in the case of murdered Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich, a report said. Read More.
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China: We’re number one, so everybody just shut up
“Despite U.S. instigation, China has an edge in leading global affairs,” blared the Global Times headline on April 4. Read More.
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Psaki: What Obama and Biden discuss 'is no one's business'
Who exactly is calling the shots at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C.? Read More.

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