January 16, 2021

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Summer unrest, election credited in record gun sales
The FBI announced on Monday that 39,615,315 firearm purchase background checks were conducted in 2020, shattering the record of more than 28 million checks from 2019. Read More.
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Documented election fraud allegations are not 'baseless'
Many cases in the massive index of evidence of irregularities in the 2020 election have been validated by court rulings, official government documents or sworn affidavits," John Solomon noted in a Jan. 6 analysis for Just the News. Read More.
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Ashli Babbitt, U.S. Air Force vet, died Jan. 6 in the Capitol
The Trump supporter killed in the Capitol building Wednesday is an Air Force vet from California who tweeted a day earlier how “nothing will stop us” and “the storm is here.” Read More.
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After Georgia: Leftists call for more states, court packing
As Democrat Raphael Warnock claimed victory in one Senate runoff on Jan. 5, and Democrat Jon Ossoff in the second, leftists immediately jumped into action to call for enacting laws that will essentially guarantee one-party rule for Democrats and drive the United States toward socialism. Read More.
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‘Fraud allegations are not allegations’: Rep. Gohmert
"The fraud allegations are not allegations. They haven't been debunked," Rep. Louie Gohmert said in an interview Tuesday with "Steve Bannon's War Room." Read More.
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Ineptitude in Michigan: Covid vaccine just 'sitting on shelves'
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that Michigan is one of the worst states when it comes to the distribution of the coronavirus vaccine. Read More.
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Trump: Pence has 'power to reject fraudulently chosen electors'
Vice President Mike Pence could delay certifying the 2020 election results when Congress convenes Wednesday and instead ask legislatures in six contested states to clarify which candidate's slate of electors should be approved, a lawyer for President Donald Trump's legal team said on Monday. Read More.
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Little sister or big brother: Who’s in charge in N. Korea?
Kim Yo-Jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, is reportedly poised to become the first woman dictator in modern history. Some who watch the secretive nation even believe she may have already ascended to that position. Read More.
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'Evidence’ shows covid leaked from lab in Wuhan, China
The coronavirus likely escaped via a "leak or an accident" from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, a U.S. official said. Read More.
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White House sues Georgia official over leaked call
President Donald Trump's legal team has filed two lawsuits – federal and state – against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger after a confidential conference call with the president was leaked to leftist media outlets, a report said. Read More.
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430,000 votes taken from Trump in Pa.: Data scientists
In analyzing election data from Pennsylvania, a group of data scientists found more than 432,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump in the November election. Read More.
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China's secret trial of Hong Kong 12 slammed by Pompeo
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed China after the communist nation issued prison sentences to several pro-democracy activists who attempted to flee Hong Kong after communist authorities tightened control over the formerly autonomous region. Read More.
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'Amen' and 'awoman': Democrats off the deep end
To close a prayer he delivered from the House chamber Sunday to mark the swearing in of the 117th Congress, Democrat Missouri Rep. Emanuel Cleaver altered the traditional “amen” to say “amen and awoman.” Read More.
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Colorado Rep. Boebert: Why I will carry my Glock to Congress
Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert intends to carry her firearm in Washington, D.C. and Congress. Read More.
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Democrat Gov. Inslee offered rocketry tech to China
By all appearances the conclusion is inescapable: American soldiers are now far more likely to die in any military clash with China due to Washington Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee’s avidity for deal-making with the rising communist global superpower. Read More.

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