September 25, 2022

U.S. Politics

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PA county sues Dominion for 'breach of contract'
Fulton County, Pennsylvania on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems for “breach of contract” following an investigation which reported numerous significant issues with the company's voting machines used in the county in the 2020 election. Read More.
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Letitia James escalates years-long war on Trump
For years, New York Attorney General Letitia James has made getting Donald Trump her No. 1 priority. Read More.
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Donald Trump’s fiery, unreported Ohio rally
Democrats and their media allies who continuously attempt to tear down the MAGA movement "have no idea of the sleeping giant that they have awoken," former President Donald Trump said at a rally in Youngstown, Ohio on Saturday night. Read More.
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Reports: DOJ plan would federalize 2022 midterms
Democrats' attempts to federalize elections was shot down in the Senate earlier this year. Now, critics warn, Team Biden's Department of Justice has decided to circumvent Congress and grab election authority away from the states by fiat. Read More.
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Facebook snitched to FBI on 2020 election questioners
The thought police at Facebook reported users of the social media platform who questioned the validity of the 2020 election to the FBI, a report said. Read More.
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Judge: Delaware can't use mail-in ballots in Nov. election
As Democrat-led legislatures throughout the U.S. ram through bills to codify massive distribution of mail-in ballots for this year's midterms, a judge in Delaware on Wednesday ruled vote-by-mail violates the state’s constitution and cannot be used in the November election. Read More.
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MAGA rolls in NH; Democrat won't debate Lake in AZ
Two MAGA candidates, one a 25-year-old up-and-coming star and the other a retired Army brigadier general, won Tuesday's New Hampshire Republican primaries for the U.S. House and Senate. Read More.
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Hochul resorts to Covid absentee ballots in tight race
As her race against GOP candidate Lee Zeldin tightens, New York Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul has reached into a bag of "dirty tricks" to send out absentee ballots already checked with Covid as the reason for voting remotely, state Republicans say. Read More.
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Poll: Majority, including third of Dems, want Biden impeached
Once in a while, discerning observers find evidence that millions dismiss dominant narratives in the Media Monolith if they even heard them in the first place. Read More.
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Elected NM official ousted for participating in Jan. 6 protest
A judge in New Mexico on Tuesday removed Cowboys for Trump founder Couy Griffin from his elected position as an Otero County commissioner for participating in the January 6, 2021 protest at the U.S. Capitol. Read More.
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Man buys stolen Dominion machine on eBay
A man who bought a Dominion Voting Systems machine on eBay says federal authorities have yet to contact him about his purchase of what is believed to be the first stolen voting machine in U.S. history. Read More.
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Trump: ‘Americans kneel to God and God alone’
Speaking to massive and energized crowd of what his last two opponents would call "deplorables" and "semi-fascists" in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on Saturday, former President Donald Trump slammed Joe Biden's speech on Thursday as the "most vicious, hateful and divisive speech ever delivered by an American president." Read More.
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Winsome Sears: Why the Left hates black conservatives
Democrats can't abide independent thinkers in the black community, said Virginia Republican Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears. Read More.
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Joe Biden's ‘truly horrifying’ prime time address
Flanked by Marine officers silhouetted in a blood-red backdrop, Joe Biden delivered on Thursday a prime time address to the nation described by Fox News host Tucker Carlson as "truly horrifying" and "immoral." Conservatives promptly labeled it "the most divisive speech in the history of the American presidency" and possibly a prelude to the arrest of former President Donald Trump. Read More.
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Fair elections? Big Tech vows to fight ‘misinformation’
Google and YouTube proclaimed on Thursday that they plan to put in place for the 2022 midterm elections algorithms to guarantee that "authoritative" news sources are prominent. In doing so, the Big Tech firms join social media behemoths Facebook and TikTok in vowing to fight election "misinformation." Read More.

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