June 03, 2020

U.S. Politics

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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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Trade Adviser blisters CCP: Dismantled 'beautiful economy'
President Donald Trump “built the most powerful and beautiful economy in the world in three years,” and “the Chinese Communist Party took it down in 60 days,” White House trade adviser Peter Navarro charged on Sunday. Read More.
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Trump echoes GOP warning on California special election
Democrats are attempting to rig Tuesday's special election in California's 25th Congressional District, top Republicans, including President Donald Trump, said. Read More.
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Tara Reade's ex-husband is 7th to back details of allegation
Tara Reade had told her ex-husband that she experienced sexual harassment at work in Joe Biden’s Senate office, a 1996 court document shows. Read More.
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Pushing the public's panic buttons: CBS caught in the act
From CBS being caught arranging a fake scene at a COVID-19 testing site in Michigan, to a reporter in Florida who seemed to believe people catch the virus one day and die the next, more and more phony media reports amid the pandemic are being exposed. Read More.
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FBI Director Wray feeling heat after release of Flynn documents
The House Judiciary Committee has questioned the straightforwardness of FBI Director Christopher Wray and is calling on him "immediately review the actions of the FBI" in its targeting of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Read More.
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Poll finds Democrats far more likely to rat out their neighbors
A new Just the News Daily Poll by Scott Rasmussen found that Democrats are far more likely than Republicans to say they would report neighbors for holding a social gathering that would violate coronavirus lockdown orders. Read More.
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The Pentagon official and the columnist: Bad news for Flynn
A senior Pentagon official had regular contact with the Washington Post reporter whose column was the impetus for the FBI's interview of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, documents obtained by a government watchdog group show. Read More.
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Warring U.S. parties agree: End medical imports from China
Americans of all political stripes believe the U.S. relationship with China has to change amid the communist nation's negligence in its response to the Wuhan coronavirus. Read More.
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Wisconsin primary fails to prove necessity of vote-by-mail
Democrats have seized on coronavirus fears to demand universal vote-by-mail, but data from the April 7 Wisconsin primary indicate those fears may be misplaced. Read More.
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'Now I know too much': Actress turns on Democrats, media
Democrats and their major media allies who claim to be advocates for women but have written off or refused to acknowledge the sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden are nothing more than a "cult" engaged in a "cover-up," actress and #MeToo activist Rose McGowan said. Read More.
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Hillary Clinton endorses a sleepy Joe Biden, ignores Tara Reade
Hillary Clinton on April 28 joined in a bizarre video chat with presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and endorsed him for president. At one point during what many said was a less-than-lively chat, Biden appeared to nod off. Read More.
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Citizen's video holds NY mayor to account for 'non-essential' stroll '
Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio urged New Yorkers to rat out any neighbors who were not in lockstep following his coronavirus social distancing orders. Read More.

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