May 30, 2020

U.S. Politics

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Gut check: House allows proxy votes for first time ever
The U.S. House of Representatives on May 27, for the first time in its 231-year history, allowed vote by proxy. Read More.
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Twitter's integrity chief was never-Trumper
President Donald Trump said Twitter is "now interfering" in the 2020 presidential election after the social media platform "fact-checked" one of his tweets on the potential for massive fraud via the use of vote-by-mail. Read More.
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Ilhan and AOC believe Tara but back Biden
Minnesota Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar said she believes Tara Reade's accusation of sexual assault against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Read More.
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Hanson: 'As general rule,' truth is now opposite of media narrative
"As a general rule, when the New York Times, the Washington Post, National Public Radio, Public Broadcasting Service, NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, and CNN begin to parrot a narrative, the truth often is found in simply believing just the opposite." Read More.
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Michigan's twin tyrants wage war with sexual politics
As presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden vows to have a female running mate, Michigan is giving us all a horrifying look at what electing women merely because they are women and not because of their qualifications leads to: a tyranny of feelings, ballooning senses of moral superiority, out-of-place emotion and, quite frankly, insanity. Read More.
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How Democrat governors are doing starting with Gov. Cuomo
On Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo attempted to blame President Donald Trump for the thousands of coronavirus deaths in the state's nursing homes. Read More.
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Trump warns governors: 'Mail-in ballots are very dangerous'
Saying that vote-by-mail plans are subject to "massive fraud," President Donald Trump on Wednesday vowed to withhold federal funds to Michigan and Nevada if they expand vote-by-mail in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Read More.
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‘Drunk with power’: U.S. said plagued by dysfunctional leaders
Democratic officials have gone "crazy" with power in imposing wide-ranging lockdown orders even as coronavirus curves have been flattened and the pandemic "recedes," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said. Read More.
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Did President Obama plot a coup? Sen. Graham won't go there
Will Sen. Lindsey Graham do it? Will the South Carolina Republican who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee call Obama to testify? Don't bet on it. Read More.
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Nationwide, lockdown governors seen 'losing their minds'
Former New York Times journalist Alex Berenson, one of the early coronavirus lockdown contrarians, tweeted on Monday: "No other way to say this: The lockdown governors are losing their minds." Read More.
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Federal Judge rules against NC governor's church lockdown order
A federal judge on Saturday blocked Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's coronavirus lockdown order which essentially prohibited most churches from holding indoor services. Read More.
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Al Gore, Greta and Podesta tie virus to Trump’s climate policies
Given that self-proclaimed climate champions such as Greta Thunberg never seem to call out coal-powered China on the environment, it is no surprise to many observers that they have also given the Chinese Communist Party a pass on the virus. Read More.
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Michigan tracking ' all conversations' of protesters
As Michigan residents planned a Thursday demonstration against what they see as her oppressive coronavirus lockdown orders, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said state police were "monitoring all of the conversations" of those who planned to attend the protest at the state capitol in Lansing. Read More.
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National tend: Sheriffs refuse to enforce lockdown edicts
Sheriffs nationwide are refusing to enforce coronavirus lockdown orders. Read More.
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Cuomo offers no defense for disastrous nursing home policy
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's policy of forcing New York's nursing homes to take in patients infected with the coronavirus added more than 1,700 deaths to the count of those who died in the facilities, The Associated Press reported. Read More.

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