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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell fired off a defiant message after receiving a legal threat from Dominion Voting Systems, an election machine manufacturing company many accused of a labyrinthine election fraud scheme. Dominion accused Lindell of participating in a “smear campaign” against them and demanded in a cease and desist letter on Monday that he “preserve
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A car thief was so upset after finding his victim’s child in the car he had just stolen that he drove back to scold her and threaten to call the cops before getting away. The startling incident unfolded just after 9 a.m. Saturday in Beaverton, Colorado. Beaverton police spokesman Officer Matt Henderson told CNN that
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Is your child’s school open now? Probably not — because teachers unions say that reopening would “put their health and safety at risk.” They keep schools closed by lobbying and protesting. “If I die from catching COVID-19 from being forced back into Pinellas County Schools, you can drop my dead body right here!” shouts one
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President Trump plans on leaving the Swamp on Wednesday morning before the inauguration. Trump will fly to Palm Beach to begin his post-presidency. His approval rating stands at 48% in the latest Rasmussen poll. Advertisement – story continues below Over the weekend reporters announced President Trump had no plans of meeting with Joe Biden after
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As more than 25,000 National Guard troops head into Washington, D.C., ahead of Inauguration Day, new concerns over the potential of an “insider threat” have reportedly risen to the surface — and now one Democratic lawmaker is suggesting that every Guardsmen who voted for President Trump should be a “suspect.” What did he say? Democratic
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The old saying “Revenge is a dish best served cold” is understood to mean it is better to deliver retribution for a perceived or actual injustice after time has passed, in order for it to be done dispassionately. Sometimes it is better not to serve that dish at all. Like perishable food left unrefrigerated, a
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Alec Baldwin revealed on Friday that he had a macabre vision involving President Donald Trump. The actor, who has played Trump on “Saturday Night Live” since October 2016 and even won a Primetime Emmy Award for his over-the-top portrayal, dreamed about the president being on trial for sedition. “I had a dream Trump was on
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Dr. Anthony Fauci says that the U.K. COVID-19 variant is a “clarion call” for people to get the vaccine against the deadly virus. On Sunday, the infectious diseases expert spoke with Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press,” where he discussed the emergence of the U.K.’s highly contagious new B.1.1.7 variant and spoke of a more
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House Ways and Means Committee Democrats recently released their framework to “make our nation a more just and equitable place.” The goal of lifting more “people onto career ladders” and providing more robust economic opportunities for American families is admirable. But the committee’s framework simply expands tax programs that have for decades failed to meet
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Last Saturday, eight days ago, Amazon kicked Parler off their web-hosting service. This meant that the platform would be offline until they could find a new host. Parler CEO John Matze has responded to Amazon kicking the platform off their hosting services, calling it a “coordinated attack” by the tech giants to silence their competitor.
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A former top official at Facebook openly declared Sunday that television service providers should stop airing conservative content, citing TV networks like One America News and Newsmax. Speaking on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” Alex Stamos, the former chief security officer at Facebook, essentially argued that telecommunications giants like Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon need to censor right-leaning
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Twitter suspended the account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.). The social media company temporarily banned the Republican congresswoman for allegedly spreading misinformation. Greene was temporarily suspended for 12 hours on Sunday. “The account referenced has been temporarily locked out for multiple violations of our civic integrity policy,” a Twitter spokesperson told The Hill. In
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Earlier this week, the Trump administration designated Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism. Despite critics claiming this was a politically motivated policy, the facts are quite clear. For the last two years, the Cuban regime has refused to extradite leaders of the National Liberation Army, known internationally as the ELN, back to Colombia. In
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Liz Cheney led a group of ten House Republicans this past week who voted to impeach President Trump. As reported earlier the vote was 232-197 with 10 turncoat Republicans joining Democrats in their latest attack on the president. The US House impeached President Trump for allegedly calling for “inciting an armed insurrection” that he never
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Loews Hotels canceled a “fun-filled-family-friendly” fundraiser for Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) in Florida after outraged liberals labeled the Republican lawmaker a “traitor” and “domestic terrorist.” The hotel chain, which is made up of 24 properties across the United States and Canada, buckled to Democrats demanding the event be canceled because of Hawley objecting to some
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In Sunday’s Washington Post, their dedication to truth collapsed in a heap in an interview touting the “evolution” of disgraced CBS anchor-faker Dan Rather. On the second page of the Arts & Style section, Post writer Geoff Edgers honored rather in an interview headlined “The evolution of an anchorman.” Both bizarrely pretended Rather used to report the
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78-year-old Joe Biden on Saturday introduced his “science team” and announced he would be elevating the director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy to a Cabinet position. Biden’s ‘science team’ will focus on Covid-19, climate change, technology, the economy and the ‘long-term health of science and tech’ in the US. This is all
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CBS News was criticized this week for whitewashing the effects of President-elect Joe Biden’s proposal to hike the federal minimum wage. What is the background? Biden released his proposal for new coronavirus-related economic relief on Thursday, which boasts a price tag of $1.9 trillion. Included in the bill, in addition to stimulus checks and more
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Harvard Students and alumni at Harvard are demanding that the school revoke the degrees of graduates who worked in the Trump administration and other parts of government. That would include people like Senator Ted Cruz and Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas. This is unprecedented and vindictive. CNS News reports: TRENDING: Biden Inaugural Like Baghdad: Green
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