January 31, 2023

U.S. Politics

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Judicial Watch warns vote-by-mail threatens elections' integrity
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on June 3 provided testimony to the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties during a hearing titled “Protecting the Right to Vote During the COVID-19 Pandemic”. Read More.
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NY Times newsroom revolts over publication of Sen. Cotton op-ed
In a June 3 op-ed for The New York Times, Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas called for sending in U.S. troops to quell the rioting taking place in America's cities which has been tied to the well-funded international Antifa network. Read More.
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Biden in uphill battle for high ground on crime: Aim for the 'leg'
Presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in recent days has attempted to enunciate his plans to reform America's police departments. Read More.
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‘Sophisticated’: Coordination of violence, shared intelligence
State and local law enforcement officials say that demonstrations over the death of George Floyd shifted in a matter of days from mostly peaceful protests to coordinated violent uprisings. Read More.
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Suddenly, social distancing is no longer a priority for Cuomo
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo lashed out at protesters calling to reopen the state earlier this month, saying at a news conference, “you have no right to jeopardize my health … and my children’s health and your children’s health.” Read More.
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Exiting DNI Grenell reminds furious Democrats: 'You lied'
In his short but notable tenure as chief of U.S. intelligence, Richard Grenell engaged in a Russia investigation transparency campaign which caught Democrats in a cascade of lies. Read More.
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Twitter never fact-checked Schiff's continuous Russia lies
Rep. Adam Schiff and other Democrats have taken to Twitter on several occasions to proclaim there was ample evidence of "collusion" between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia. Read More.
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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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