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‘Who built the cages?!’: Trump pummels Biden at final debate over migrant children separated at the border

President Donald Trump was ready for the issue of caged children at the border to be brought up during the final debate, and he pummeled Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden with his response.

Kristen Welker asked the president to respond to a report that ICE was unable to find the parents of more than 500 children who had been separated from their families at the border.

“Children are brought here by coyotes and lots of bad people, cartels, and they’re brought here, and they used to use them to get into our country. We now have as strong a border as we’ve ever had; we’re over 400 miles of brand-new wall. You see the numbers, and we let people in, but they have to come in legally,” responded Trump.

He went on to explain how he was falsely accused by the media over caged children photographed before his administration.

“Coyotes didn’t bring them over; their parents were with them. They got separated from their parents. And it makes us a laughingstock and violates every notion of who we are as a nation,” responded Biden.

“They did it; we changed the policy. They did it; we changed the policy,” said Trump, who was interrupted by Biden and the moderator.

“Who built the cages, Joe?” Trump interrupted.

“Who built the cages, Joe?” he added again.

“Let’s talk about what we were talking about,” said Biden, who didn’t respond to Trump’s prodding.

The president went on to explain that the administration was working to reunite the children with their families.

Democrats used photographs of children caged at the border to excoriate the president’s policies on illegal immigration, but the narrative was undermined when it was discovered that some of the photos came from Obama’s presidency.

Here’s the video of the heated exchange:

Trump Leaves Biden SPEECHLESS When He Asks: “Who Built the Cages, Joe?”

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Biden campaign lashes out after Trump invites Hunter Biden’s former business partner as guest to final debate

The Joe Biden presidential campaign lashed out in a fiery statement after the Trump campaign reportedly
invited a former business associate of Hunter Biden as a guest to the presidential debate on Thursday.

“As Chris Wallace said on the air about this very smear, ‘Vice President Biden has actually released this tax returns – unlike President Trump – and there is no indication he ever got any money from anybody in these business deals.'” read the
statement from the Biden campaign.

Tony Bobulinski is a former Navy lieutenant and businessman who has contradicted the claims from Joe Biden that he never spoke to his son about business matters. Prior to the second debate between Biden and Trump, Bobulinski held a media briefing to announce that he was handing over electronic devices with evidence of his claims to the federal authorities.

“Joe Biden has never even considered being involved in business with his family, nor in any overseas business whatsoever. He has never held stock in any such business arrangements nor has any family member or any other person ever held stock for him,” the Biden campaign statement continued.

“What is true is that Tony Bobulinski admitted on the record to Breitbart that he is angry he was *not* able to go into business with Hunter and James Biden,” the statement said. “What is also true is that in contrast to Vice President Biden, Donald Trump has a secret bank account and pays more in taxes in China than he pays in federal income taxes in the United States – and that this is a desperate, pathetic farce executed by a flailing campaign with no rationale for putting our country through another four years of hell.”

Bobulinski said in he media briefing that he had no political axe to grind against the Bidens and that the few times he had given to political campaigns were those of Democrats.

He did not answer when asked by the media if he had any association with Rudy Giuliani, who has been doggedly pursuing damaging information to the Biden family.

Here’s the video of Bobulinski’s media presser:

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Jennifer Lawrence says she used to be Republican but Trump has pushed her away

Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence
said that she used to be Republican but that the election of President Donald Trump has pushed her to abandon the party and turn to the left.

Lawrence made the comments while a guest on the “Absolutely Not”
podcast with comedian Heather McMahan.

“It’s extremely hard to talk about politics, and you know, you don’t want to, I’m an actor, I want everybody to see my movies,” said Lawrence.

“I grew up Republican, and the first president, my first time voting, I voted for John McCain, I was a little Republican and I changed my politics based on the things that I lived,” she added.

“But I was fortunate to grow up in a Republican house, where I could see, I see the fiscal benefits of some of the Republican policies, and I could also see the social issues weren’t in line with my views,” Lawrence continued.

“But then for me, when Donald Trump got elected, that just changed everything. This is an impeached president whose broken many laws and has refused to condemn white supremacy, and it feels like there has been a line drawn in the sand,” she said.

“I don’t give a f**k, really, I guess that’s the bottom line,” she said later in the podcast. “I don’t want to support a president who supports white supremacists.”

Despite her claims to the contrary, the president has condemned white supremacy many times. In one instance he called in to Fox News with Sean Hannity and emphatically condemned white supremacy.

“I’ve said it many times, and let me be clear again,” said Trump. “I condemn the KKK. I condemn all white supremacists.”

She yearns for Obama

Lawrence also looked fondly back at the days when former President Barack Obama was in office because it was less stressful.

“Don’t you remember, like it’s so hard to remember, the days when Obama was president, where you woke up, you would go days, maybe weeks, without thinking about the president, because like everything was generally okay,” she said.

“I mean the amount of anxiety,” Lawrence added.

Here’s more about Jennifer Lawrence and politics:

Jennifer Lawrence used to be ‘a little Republican,’ voted for John McCain | Page Six Celebrity News

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Rachel Maddow and a host of other liberals spread fake news about fabricated texts between Rudy Giuliani and Ivanka Trump

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and numerous other liberal personalities and outlets were fooled into spreading a false claim against Rudy Giuliani after accusations of inappropriate behavior surfaced.

The video from an upcoming “Borat” movie appeared to show Giuliani reaching into his pants while speaking to a fake reporter in a hotel room. Giuliani later tweeted that he was merely trying to take off his microphone and that he was being smeared because of the revelations he was making about what’s on a hard drive allegedly owned by Hunter Biden.

Maddow and others reposted a claim from Nick Jacobs, the vice president of the College Democrats of Indiana, that he had fooled Giuliani via text into believing he was Ivanka Trump.

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Maddow retweeted a tweet from David Freedlander, an editor of Politico Magazine, mocking Giuliani.

“Rudy seems to have learned his lesson, is tightening protocols, checking ID’s, and is now being taken in by someone claiming to be Ivanka Trump but who is in fact the vice president of the College Democrats of Indiana.

Both those tweets were lated deleted when Jacobs admitted that it was a parody meant to be a joke.

They weren’t the only ones to fall for it.

“I can’t,” said Stephanie Ruhl, MSNBC anchor.

“I’m hysterically laughing,” tweeted Emma Vigeland of The Young Turks.

“Rudy Giuliani is the easiest mark in the world. He’s probably an unwitting asset for every foreign government in the world, friends and foe,” said Adam Mordecai, the strategy director for Progress Now.

“Reminder that Rudy owns a cyber security company,” said Christian Schneider of USA Today.

“Just gets better and better,” tweeted Paul Chapman of the Vancouver Sun.

“Jesus H. Christmas, he’s incredible. But totally a match for the Russian intelligence services, I’m sure,” tweeted NeverTrumper Tom Nichols.

“What is going on,” said CNN contributor and former intelligence agent Rasha Rangappa.

Giuliani said that he was going to drop more information about what he found in the laptop hard drive allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden. Democrats have accused him of participating in a Russian disinformation campaign, but the director of national intelligence officially denied the claims in a statement on Monday.

Here’s more about the controversial Biden laptop story:

Why Twitter’s Hunter Biden censorship backfired: Kurtz | FOX News Rundown

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New York lawmaker, a Democrat, arrested for alleged pills-for-sex scheme; was a prominent activist against opioid addiction

A New York lawmaker, who was a pastor and a passionate activist against opioid addiction, was arrested on Tuesday in a Huntington strip mall parking lot allegedly attempting to trade pills for sex from an officer working undercover as a prostitute.

Dr. William Spencer, a Democrat, faces felony charges of drug sale and possession.

Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini said in a statement that Spencer had been in contact with the undercover officer through text messages for a long time.

“He was caught in the act of attempting to sell oxycodone for sex with whom he believed to be a prostitute,” said Sini.

Sini said officers found oxycodone pills in his car after the arrest, alongside sex paraphernalia and a licensed loaded gun.

He added that Spencer was not originally the target of the undercover operation but that he was ensnared by the DEA Task Force.

“This investigation, I want to emphasize, is very much ongoing,” Sini continued. “We are in the process of uncovering additional crimes committed by Dr. Spencer.”

The pastor was released after pleading not guilty to the charges and posting bail. He faces up to nine years in jail if convicted.

Republicans are calling for Spencer to retire over the arrest. He was a highly respected member of the community and a father of three.

Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer Rob Calarco called the charges very serious.

“The allegations being made against Legislator William Spencer are extremely serious. We have very little information, and at this time, I will not be making any further statement. Our thoughts are with his wife and children during this difficult time,” Calarco said.

Spencer made headlines in February when he vehemently supported a proposal to ban smoking in private residences and punish offenders with a $1,000 fine. He also spoke at a Black Lives Matter protest in June.

Here’s a local news report about the arrest:

Suffolk County Legislator Dr. William Spencer Arrested In Alleged Pills-For-Sex Scheme

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Rudy Giuliani says video from ‘Borat’ movie is an attempt to smear him over Hunter Biden laptop; promises more releases

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani forcefully denied accusations stemming from an undercover video recorded by the comedian behind the “Borat” movie.

Critics of Giuliani, who is a longtime friend and defender of President Donald Trump, pounced on the video that reportedly showed him reaching into his pants while speaking to a woman pretending to be a reporter in a hotel room. The video was recorded as a part of comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s sequel to his “Borat” movie.

Giuliani denied the damaging characterization of what happened.

“The Borat video is a complete fabrication. I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment. At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate. If Sacha Baron Cohen implies otherwise he is a stone-cold liar,” tweeted Giuliani.

He went on to quote the New York Post that called the accusation an “exaggeration through editing,” and said that the episode was an attempt to smear him after he revealed what he allegedly found on Hunter Biden’s laptop on Tuesday.

“This is an effort to blunt my relentless exposure of the criminality and depravity of Joe Biden and his entire family,” he said in a third tweet.

“We are preparing much bigger dumps off of the hard drive from hell, of which Joe Biden will be unable to defend or hide from. I have the receipts,” he added.

Giuliani said that he had delivered the laptop that was allegedly owned by Hunter Biden to the Delaware state police after claiming that he had seen evidence of criminality.

A spokesperson for Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings told USA Today that they had obtained the laptop from the New Castle County Police Department, and then handed it over to the FBI for investigation.

“As we’ve seen in multiple reports, (the FBI) is looking into whether these claims are credible,” said Mat Marshall. “In light of their investigation, we’re referring it over to them now.”

On Monday Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe shot down claims from Democrats that the revelations over Hunter Biden’s laptop were a part of a Russian disinformation campaign.

Here’s more about the scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s laptop:

Sources tell Fox News FBI has possession of Hunter Biden laptop

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Troy Aikman explains what he really meant when he was caught on a hot mic joking about NFL military flyover

Iconic NFL star Troy Aikman addressed the public outrage over a hot mic moment caught on video where he appeared to disparage a military flyover before the start of an NFL game on Sunday.

Aikman tweeted that he had a great respect for the military but found the flyover odd given that so few were in the stadium to appreciate it because of coronavirus attendance restrictions.

“I love a flyover but It was odd to see one over a mostly empty stadium but I am an unwavering patriot that loves this country, has always respected our flag, supported the men and women in the armed forces as well as those in uniform who serve & protect and for anyone to suggest otherwise doesn’t know me, my beliefs or what I have stood for my entire life,” Aikman tweeted.

The controversial audio documented an interaction between Aikman and fellow game announcer Joe Buck before the match between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Green Bay Packers.

“That’s a lot of jet fuel just to do a little flyover,” Aikman is heard saying on the recording.

“That’s your hard-earned money and your tax dollars at work!” responded Buck.

“That stuff ain’t happening with Kamala-Biden ticket. I’ll tell you that right now, partner,” Aikman replied.

Many people on social media excoriated the pair for the comments they took to be disparaging of the military while others took it to mean that Aikman was expressing support for the Biden presidential campaign. Still others, who dislike all military flyovers at sports games, agreed with the sentiment in the video.

Buck has not commented on the controversy since the video was published.

The Buccaneers went on to defeat the Packers, who were previously undefeated, by a score of 38 to 10.

Here’s a news report about the flyover controversy:

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Joe Buck and Troy Aikman caught in hot mic moment ridiculing the military flyover before NFL game

NFL announcers were caught ridiculing a military flyover before a game Sunday and they are facing the angry backlash online.

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman and longtime announcer Joe Buck were awaiting for the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Green Bay Packers when they made the comments.

“That’s a lot of jet fuel just to do a little flyover,” Aikman said.

“That’s your hard-earned money and your tax dollars at work!” joked Buck.

“That stuff ain’t happening with Kamala-Biden ticket. I’ll tell you that right now, partner,” Aikman responded.

The interaction was published by Defector media, which claimed that they were tipped off about the interaction.

Many on social media were outraged about comments and they excoriated the pair for what they considered to be an insult to the military.

“Both Of You Are A Disgrace. #Pathetic,” responded Code of Vets, a charity for military veterans.

“Hey @TroyAikman You didn’t have a problem with military flyovers over your 27th Superbowl game! You had a big smile on your face! So now you think it is a waste and a joke? You are a weak spineless sell out to the nation! What a disgrace!” they added in a second tweet.

“Could the @NFL and Democrats be MORE unlikable and unAmerican?” tweeted Jenna Ellis, a lawyer of the Trump campaign.

Thank you Joe Buck and Troy Aikman for showing us the way to a better future. If only we stop the jet fuel. You know what else is a waste of jet fuel? Joe Biden flying somewhere to talk to 7 people,” tweeted commentator Carmine Sabia.

Others welcomed the comments as a signal that the pair were supportive of the Democratic presidential ticket just ahead of Election Day.

The controversial comments are likely to worsen the NFL’s public relations nightmare over players kneeling during the national anthem for the Black Lives Matter movement. This season, the NFL decided to embrace politics and allow players to express their support for left-wing political causes on the field.

Here’s more about the social justice awakening of the NFL:

NFL’s New Social Justice Initiative

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Commission changes rules for second debate to keep candidates from interrupting each other; Trump campaign responds immediately

The Commission on Presidential Debates announced that it is changing the rules and will cut the microphone of each candidate when their opponent has the floor for the second debate, and the Trump campaign responded immediately.

The commission announced the change in a statement on Monday.

“The Commission has determined that it is appropriate to adopt measures intended to promote adherence to agreed upon rules and inappropriate to make changes to those rules,” the commission said in part in the statement.

“The Commission is announcing today that in order to enforce this agreed upon rule, the only candidate whose microphone will be open during these two-minute periods is the candidate who has the floor under the rules,” the statement explained later.

“For the balance of each segment, which by design is intended to be dedicated to open discussion, both candidates’ microphones will be open,” the statement added.

The Trump campaign wasted no time in responding and fired off a statement very soon after the announcement.

“President Donald Trump is committed to debating Joe Biden regardless of last minute rule changes from the biased commission in their latest attempt to provide advantage to their favored candidate,” the statement read.

“This was supposed to be the foreign policy debate, so the President still looks forward to forcing Biden to answer the No. 1 relevant question of whether he’s been compromised by the Communist Party of China. Why did Biden allow his son Hunter to sell access to him while he was vice president, and why were there Chinese payment arrangements for Joe himself worked out by Hunter and his sketchy partners?” the statement added.

“If the media won’t ask Joe Biden these questions,” the statement concluded, “the President will, and there will be no escape for Biden.”

Critics panned the first debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden after it descended into a combative free-for-all with both candidates interrupting each other. Fox News host Chris Wallace moderated the debate and lamented later that he lost control of the two candidates.

“I’m just sad with the way last night turned out,” Wallace said. “I never dreamt that it would go off the tracks the way it did.”

The final presidential debate between Trump and Biden is scheduled to take place at 9 p.m. ET on Thursday at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. The debate will follow the format of the first debate, devoting 15 minutes to each topic and providing each candidate with two minutes to respond to prompts from moderator Kristen Welker, a NBC News White House correspondent.

Here’s when the news broke on Fox News:

Debate mics will be muted to allow candidates 2 uninterrupted minutes: AP

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Court rules against Ghislaine Maxwell, orders testimony to be unsealed in Jeffrey Epstein case

The former girlfriend and longtime aide of the late sexual predator billionaire Jeffrey Epstein lost her bid in court to keep her testimony sealed.

A court ruled Monday that the 418-page deposition from April 2016 of Ghislaine Maxwell would not remain unsealed.

Maxwell had appealed the ruling by a lower court but the three-judge U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled against her.

“We have reviewed all of the arguments raised by Defendant-Appellant Maxwell on appeal and find them to be without merit,” the judges said.

They also ruled against a petition from Maxwell to consolidate her case with that from criminal charges by the Southern District of New York.

Maxwell’s attorneys argued that the testimony should remain sealed in order to preserve her presumption of innocence.

An attorney for several of Epstein’s victims hailed the ruling.

“This is good news for not just the victims of Epstein, but for victims everywhere,” said lawyer Spencer Kuvin. “The Courts should not be a party to the long history of Epstein and his co-conspirator’s attempts to avoid public scrutiny for their actions. Everyone who was a part of the Epstein sex ring should be concerned.”

In September 2019 after Epstein’s death, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska indicated that many people could be implicated by the public release of the documents.

“In some of these documents there are literally a thousand people,” she said at the time.

A lawyer added that some the information would be “life changing” for many involved.

Epstein was found dead by his own hand in August 2019 in a prison cell in Manhattan, New York, while awaiting his court case to proceed. Officials said that he was able to hang himself with a bedsheet tied around his neck with the other end tied from the top bunk in his cell.

Some have noted that former President Bill Clinton had many interactions with Epstein, including documented trips to his island where many accusers claim they were sexually assaulted by Epstein and his guests.

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North Carolina governor caught on hot mic telling Joe Biden they’ll drag disgraced Senate candidate across the line

The Democratic governor of North Carolina was caught on a hot microphone moment telling presidential candidate Joe Biden that they would drag a disgraced candidate across the line to keep a seat in the Democratic column.

Gov. Roy Cooper was meeting with Biden on the campaign trail when the comments were accidentally caught.

Cal Cunningham’s campaign to unseat Republican Sen. Thom Tillis was roiled when inappropriate texts between him and a Californian public relations strategist were published. Cunningham is married with two children.

Cooper promised Biden that they would drag him across the line in the election despite the “frustrating” scandal.

“Thanks for coming out, you didn’t have to do this,” Biden said in the video as they are both wearing masks.

“No I wanted to, I wanted to express my strong support for you, and I think we’re all going to get across the line,” said Cooper in the video on the tarmac. “I think Cal’s going to get across the line, too.”

Biden’s reply is unintelligible in the video.

“I know that’s frustrating, but we’ll get it across,” Cooper responded.

Cunningham addressed the texts and apologized to the voters and his family, but said that he would stay in the race.

“I have hurt my family, disappointed my friends, and am deeply sorry,” Cunningham said in a statement on Oct. 2.

“The first step in repairing those relationships is taking complete responsibility, which I do,” he continued. “I ask that my family’s privacy be respected in this personal matter. I remain grateful and humbled by the ongoing support that North Carolinians have extended in this campaign, and in the remaining weeks before this election I will continue to work to earn the opportunity to fight for the people of our state.”

Later, the sexting partner told the Associated Press that she and Cunningham had an intimate physical relationship in addition to the text exchanges.

Then, allegations emerged of a second affair between Cunningham and an unidentified woman in a separate report from National File on Oct. 5.

Polls showed Cunningham still remained ahead of Tillis even after the damaging sexting scandal.

North Carolina’s Senate race is the most expensive Senate race ever, with more than $242 million spent on ads, according to Advertising Analytics, the Associated Press reported.

Here’s more about the Cunningham sexting scandal:

Cal Cunningham personal scandal roils North Carolina Senate race

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House Republicans demand answers from FBI director about Hunter Biden’s hard drive after NY Post exposé

Nineteen Republican lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives signed a letter demanding answers from FBI Director Christopher Wray about whether the bureau had possession of a hard drive that led to the controversial New York Post exposé.

Catherine Herridge of CBS News posted the letter to her social media account on Friday:

“Yesterday, the New York Post published an article entitled, ‘Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad.’ The article documents how a recently uncovered laptop and hard drive allegedly revealed e-mails to and from Hunter Biden that strongly indicated that former Vice President Joe Biden was, in fact, aware of his son’s overseas dealings,” the letter read.

The letter went on to address the allegation that the FBI was in possession of the hard drive in 2019.

“This action took place right at the end of the U.S. House of Representative’s impeachment sham against President Donald J. Trump, and right before the U.S. Senate tried the case. A large portion of the President’s legal defense case revolved around strong evidence that former Vice President Biden’s son, Hunter, was peddling his influence to his father to land lucrative jobs overseas that he might not have otherwise been qualified for,” the letter continued.

The letter went on to call it a “gross error of judgement” and a “severe violation of trust” if the FBI had been in possession of the hard drive and had not divulged the information that was so damaging to the Biden campaign.

They demanded the FBI answer if they had possession of the hard drive, whether they had informed the White House or the Department of Justice about the hard drive, and if they had authenticated the evidence.

The lawmakers asked for an answer to their letter from Wray by Thursday.

Also on Friday, Biden snapped at a reporter who asked him to respond to the New York Post story, and instead accused him of participating in a smear campaign against him.

Here’s more about the NY Post Biden report:

Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to dad | New York Post

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Biden campaign manager says national poll numbers are ‘inflated’

The campaign manager for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign warned that the national poll numbers were “inflated” and that their internal polls showed the race to be much closer than is being reported.

Jen O’Malley Dillon made the comments during a grassroots summit videoconference to supporters on Friday.

Video of the event is
no longer available but her comments were documented by New York Times reporter Shane Goldmacher on Twitter.

“Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits,” she reportedly said. “Those are inflated national public polling numbers.”

The sentiment was corroborated by similar comments she made on Wednesday on her own social media account. After reporting successful campaign finance donation numbers, she warned that the election was closer than the polls would suggest.

“Early voting is already underway in many states. Millions of voters have already cast their ballots. But there is still a long way to go in this campaign, and we think this race is far closer than folks on this website think,” said Dillon.

“Like a lot closer,” she added.

As of Friday, Biden had a large lead over President Donald Trump in the RealClearPolitics average of polls. It calculated Biden to have a 8.9% advantage nationally, with 51.2% preferring Biden, and only 42.3% preferring Trump.

When the Trump campaign was asked to respond to the widening gap between the candidates in the polling, Trump 2020 campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley mocked CNN, the source of one poll.

“I’m not really gonna listen to polls from CNN,” he said, “they don’t have the best, most stellar reputation for being real news, and we can always talk about flawed methodology, I don’t want to get into that. These are the same pollsters though, that had the president down and out in 2016.”

Here’s more about the polls in the 2020 election:

Trump campaign reacts to Biden’s 16-point lead in recent poll

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Video captures bizarre torch attack on Seattle cop; neighbors blame homeless encampment

A Seattle police officer was injured when he was allegedly attacked by a man with a piece of flaming lumber and residents of the neighborhood say a homeless encampment is to blame.

The startling incident unfolded on Thursday near Deny Park in Seattle, Washington, at a homeless encampment.

Witnesses told KOMO-TV that they saw a man yelling racial slurs at the park and waving around a piece of lumber on fire.

Police on Thursday released video of the incident.

The video shows the police officer arriving and telling the man, who is carrying the torch, to stop. The man yells, “f**k you!” and charges at the police cruiser with the torch.

He shoves the flaming torch into the cruiser as the officer fires at him several times. The man runs away as the officer calls for backup.

Here’s the video from Seattle PD:

Later video showed that the cruiser was completely destroyed by the flames from the torch. A suspect was later arrested and identified as 37-year-old Brian Joseph Leil.

Leil was charged with first and second-degree assault and held under $500,000 bail.

The officer was hospitalized with non-life-threatening burns to his hands and legs from the incident.

Residents of the neighborhood told KOMO that they have been demanding for the city to do something about the homeless encampment in the park near the site of the incident.

“I’m getting tired of all the garbage happening, truthfully, because that park is dangerous,” said Ken Wright who lives near the park.

“Hopefully the mayor will jump on it, and do something about it, you know because it can’t remain, they can’t remain there,” said Melanie Westbrook, who also lives nearby.

Another KOMO report said that frustrated parents were angry at finding needles, glass and tents at the park and wanted city officials to do something about the problem.

Here’s more about the shocking incident:

Seattle officer burned after suspect threw burning wood into police cruiser

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Mitt Romney slams Trump for not condemning QAnon conspiracy, and adds scorn for Democrats refusing to denounce Antifa

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) slammed President Donald Trump for his comments about the QAnon conspiracy theory during a combative town hall event on NBC, and added scorn for Democrats who refuse to denounce Antifa.

Romney tweeted a statement condemning the president on Friday from his social media account.

“The President’s unwillingness to denounce an absurd and dangerous conspiracy theory last night continues an alarming pattern: politicians and parties refuse to forcefully and convincingly repudiate groups like antifa, white supremacists, and conspiracy peddlers,” said Romney.

“Similarly troubling is their silence regarding anti-vaxxers, militias, and anarchists. Rather than expel the rabid fringes and the extremes, they have coddled or adopted them, eagerly trading their principles for the hope of electoral victories,” he added.

“As the parties rush down a rabbit hole, they may be opening a door to political movement that could eventually eclipse them both,” he warned.

One of the more heated interactions between moderator Savannah Guthrie and the president during his NBC town hall had to do with the conspiracy theory that accuses Democrat leaders of participating in a satanic child molestation and trafficking operation.

The president initially answered that he didn’t know what QAnon was, and then later praised them for being against pedophilia when pressed by Guthrie to denounce the believers of the conspiracy.

“So, I know nothing about QAnon, I know very little,” said the president to Guthrie.

“I know nothing about it. I do know that they are very much against pedophilia, they fight it very hard but I know nothing about it,” he added.

He went on to say that he didn’t know if there was a “satanic pedophile cult” as claimed by QAnon believers, and neither did Guthrie.

Romney, a former presidential candidate himself, has been very critical of the president in the past, but many on the left responded with scorn against Romney despite his statement about QAnon.

Among the more infamous incidents of Democrats ignoring the threat of Antifa is a statement from Democratic U.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler (N.Y.) calling the left-wing group a “myth.”

Here’s the interaction from Trump’s town hall event:

Trump Denounces White Supremacy, Sidesteps Question On QAnon | NBC News

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Twitter caves and reverses policies on NY Post story ban after furious backlash

Twitter reversed course on Thursday and said that they would allow users to post a controversial New York post story damaging to the Joe Biden presidential campaign.

Twitter’s head of legal, policy, trust and safety, Vijaya Gadde, tweeted Thursday evening that after much public input, they would be changing their policies to allow people to post the story and others like it.

On Wednesday Twitter clarified that they had banned the posting of the story because it included personal and private information, something that is prohibited by Twitter’s terms of use. Critics of the social media giant accused it of banning the story in order to help Democrats and influence the election.

Gadde explained why they decided to change course.

“Over the last 24 hours, we’ve received significant feedback (from critical to supportive) about how we enforced our Hacked Materials Policy yesterday. After reflecting on this feedback, we have decided to make changes to the policy and how we enforce it,” she tweeted.

Gadde explained that the ban policy was implemented in 2018 but that Twitter had since then developed new tools to aid in stopping the spread of unsubstantiated reports.

“We believe that labeling Tweets and empowering people to assess content for themselves better serves the public interest and public conversation. The Hacked Material Policy is being updated to reflect these new enforcement capabilities,” Gadde continued.

“So, what’s changing? 1. We will no longer remove hacked content unless it is directly shared by hackers or those acting in concert with them 2. We will label Tweets to provide context instead of blocking links from being shared on Twitter,” she added.

She went on to thank everyone for their input.

Some, like reporter Andrew Feinberg were critical of the decision.

“How much did the bullying from GOP senators factor into this decision,” he tweeted to Gadde.

CNN analyst and former FBI agent Asha Rangappa accused Twitter of aiding foreign adversaries in spreading fake news.

Here’s more about the controversial New York Post story:

Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to dad | New York Post

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Trump campaign advisor says White House is looking into taking legal action against Twitter for censoring NY Post Biden story

A top advisor of the Trump 2020 campaign said that the White House was looking into what legal actions they could take against Twitter for censoring the New York Post’s Biden story.

Trump Campaign senior adviser Steve Cortez made the comments to the Daily Caller on Thursday.

“The White House is very much looking into that as we speak — what can be done from the executive branch side, what can the DOJ do for example, or Department of Commerce,” Cortez said.

The social media company has been besieged by criticism over their banning of a story in the New York Post that could be very damaging to the Biden presidential campaign. The Post claims that they have obtained an email that proves Biden met with an official of a Ukrainian energy company because of the machinations of his son, Hunter Biden. The former vice president had previously denied meeting with the official.

Cortez said he did not know if the president was considering issuing an executive order about Twitter’s censorship.

On Wednesday, Twitter claimed in a statement that they had banned the story because it included personal and private information, which would be a violation of their terms of service.

Critics of the company claim that the censorship had more to do with protecting the Biden campaign.

Earlier on Thursday, FCC chairman Ajit Pai tweeted that he was going to release a clarification about Section 230 of the Communications Act in order to toughen restrictions on online companies like Twitter and Facebook. Many on the right have been calling for an outright repeal of the policy that would make internet companies more susceptible to legal action.

“If you get rid of Section 230, that’s the end of that,” said Trump in a phone interview on Fox News Business with Stuart Varney on Wednesday. “We are looking at a lot of things.”

The president went on to criticize the news media and their coverage of the story. “It’s out of control!” he concluded.

Here’s the president’s interview about Twitter:

Trump calls Twitter, Facebook the ‘third arm of DNC’

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Matthew Dolloff to be charged with 2nd degree murder in shooting death of ‘Patriot Rally’ attendee in Denver

The man who allegedly shot and killed a “Patriot Rally” attendee in Denver will be charged with second-degree murder, according to Denver District Attorney Beth McCann.

Matthew Dolloff was working as a private security guard for a local news station covering the rally when he got into a physical altercation with 49-year-old Lee Keltner, a rally demonstrator, according to the arrest affidavit.

Prosecutors say that an argument between Keltner, Dolloff and a 9News producer escalated until Keltner smacked Dolloff in the head. Dolloff then shot Keltner in the chest after he was hit with pepper spray.

McCann said that she would file the charge on Monday.

The altercation was caught on video and documented by photographers who were there to cover the rallies.

Dolloff faces up to 48 years in prison if he is convicted of the charge.

Early reports after the shooting claimed that Dolloff was an Antifa member, but the police contradicted that claim in a statement later released.

“Further investigation has determined the suspect is a private security guard with no affiliation with Antifa. Additional information will be released as it becomes available,” read the statement.

Dolloff claims self defense

An attorney for Dolloff said a statement released to the media that he was acting in self-defense.

“Matt was acting in self-defense. Matt put his life and now his liberty in between the now-deceased and the 9News employee.” said attorney Doug Richards. “This was not a political assignment for Matt. This was simply Matt protecting your employee.”

The Denver City Attorney’s Office also said that there could be civil or criminal charges filed against Dolloff, his direct employer Pinkerton, and 9News, due to the fact that Dolloff was allegedly acting as a security guard without proper licensure.

The family of Keltner said they were considering filing a lawsuit over the lethal incident. They said that he wasn’t part of any group protesting, but that he was just at the demonstration to show support for the police.

Here’s a local news report about the tragic incident:

Denver shooting: Victim identified; Dolloff family attorney calls incident self-defense

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FCC chief says Facebook and Twitter will face greater regulation after NY Post Biden debacle

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission issued a statement warning that change is coming to the rule governing the federal regulation of companies like Twitter and Facebook after New York Post Biden debacle.

Ajit Pai tweeted his statement via his official social media account on Thursday.

“Members of all three branches of the federal government have expressed serious concerns about the prevailing interpretation of the immunity set forth in section 230 of the Communications Act. There is bipartisan support in Congress to reform the law,” said Pai.

Pai noted that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas opined that internet platforms have been granted protections by courts that extend far beyond the original intent of the law.

“The Commission’s General Counsel has informed me that the FCC has the legal authority to interpret Section 230. Consistent with this advice, I intend to move forward with a rulemaking to clarify its meaning,” Pai continued.

“Throughout my tenure at the Federal Communications Commission, I have favored regulatory parity, transparency, and free expression. Social media companies have a First Amendment right to free speech,” he concluded. “But they do not have a First Amendment right to a special immunity denied to other media outlets, such as newspapers and broadcasters.

Pai didn’t mention the controversy over the banning of the NY Post Biden story, but critics and supporters alike immediately connected his announcement to the scandal.

“This is a major announcement”

Pai’s announcement was greeted with applause from those who have been demanding an expansion of federal oversight over the more prominent social media companies.

“This is a major announcement from FCC on #BigTech. Now Congress must act on #Section230,” said Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri. He went on to mock free market conservatives who decried big government intervention.

Others, like FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, perceived the announcement to be motivated by the political agenda of President Donald Trump.

“The FCC has no business being the President’s speech police,” said Rosenworcel.

On Wednesday Twitter released a statement explaining that they had decided to ban the posting of the New York Post article because it contained personal and private information, which they said was against their rules, and implied that there was no political motivation to their actions.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted that it was “unacceptable” that they acted without explaining the context of the ban.

Here’s more about the Burisma Biden controversy:

‘Smoking gun’ emails reveal alleged meeting between Joe Biden and Ukrainian company

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Liberals boycott NBC after Trump schedules town hall to compete against Biden event on ABC

Critics of the president lashed out at NBC after the television network announced that it would broadcast a town hall event with President Donald Trump that would directly compete with a Biden event on ABC.

The head-to-head events were scheduled after the president refused to participate in a virtual debate proposed by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The Biden campaign scheduled their town hall event on ABC, and then NBC announced its plan to broadcast the Trump event.

“The decision by NBC News to run a Trump town hall directly opposite ABC’s Biden town hall is indefensible,” said political analyst Jeff Greenfield.

Katie Couric called it bad for Democracy.

“This will be good for Trump because people like to watch his unpredictability. This is a bad decision,” she tweeted.


Some expressed their anger by backing an effort to boycott NBC and they tweeted under that hashtag.

THIS is UNCONSCIONABLE,” tweeted liberal actress Debra Messing.

“#Trump pulled out of the scheduled townhall. #Biden KEPT HIS COMMITMENT & HIS WORD and moved forward. Now @nbc @nbcnews is going to REWARD 45 for breaking his commitment and be an accomplice to his attempt to screw over Biden?!” she raged.

“#BoycottNBC is the top trending topic and they earned it. NBC could’ve scheduled its town hall with Trump LITERALLY any other date/time as the town hall previously scheduled with Biden for Thursday on ABC. But they choose the same time,” complained Muslim comedian Dean Obeidallah.

Actress Ellen Barkin also backed the boycott:

A Daily Beast report claimed that the president wanted to show that he could garner greater ratings in order to “humiliate” Biden.

The Trump town hall in Miami will be hosted Thursday by “Today” host Savannah Guthrie on NBC, opposite Biden’s town hall on ABC. George Stephanopoulos will host Biden’s event in Philadelphia.

Here’s more about the town hall duel:

Donald Trump and Joe Biden Hold Simultaneous Town Halls

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Michigan man charged with hate crime for allegedly assaulting black teen with a bike lock while yelling racist slurs

A Michigan man is facing federal hate crime charges after police say he assaulted a black teenager while yelling racist slurs at him and his friends.

Lee James Mouat, 42, is accused of striking the high school senior with a bike lock and knocking out three of his teeth in June.

In statement from the Department of Justice, prosecutors allege that Mouat confronted a group of black teenagers in the parking lot at Sterling State Park near Monroe, Michigan, and told them that they didn’t belong there. They claim that he yelled racial slurs and then hit 18-year-old Devin Freelon Jr. so hard that he suffered a fractured jaw.

“Once he was close enough to my cousin is when he hit him across the face,” said Adrianna Howerton-Lee to WXYZ-TV.

“And he wasn’t even aware that there was a weapon. His teeth fell into his hand and he fell to the ground,” she added.

They believe that Mouat was upset over the volume of the rap music the teens were playing.

“He seen my cousin passing in a the parking lot, he was quick to try to approach him while screaming racial slurs at him, and he had the weapon behind his back,” Howerton-Lee explained.

“The allegations in this case, which essentially amount to violent and blatant racism, are deeply offensive to the values we hold in Michigan,” said U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider, according to the Associated Press.

Mouat faces a statutory maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison if found guilty of the charges.

Supporters and friends of Freelon organized a protest in June in order to express their anger and frustration over the alleged assault. A GoFundMe acount for Freelon has raised more than $18,000 to help with the teen’s dental surgery bill.

Here’s a local news report about the incident:

Man charged in alleged racial attack

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Twitter CEO admits it was ‘unacceptable’ to block sharing of  NY Post’s Biden Burisma story ‘with zero context’

After a day of social media outrage and online recriminations, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted the company’s missteps in blocking the sharing of a report from the New York Post that could be damaging to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.

Dorsey made the admission Wednesday on his Twitter account.

“Our communication around our actions on the @nypost article was not great. And blocking URL sharing via tweet or DM with zero context as to why we’re blocking: unacceptable,” he tweeted.

The story outlined emails obtained by the New York Post that show Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to the board of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma, thanking Hunter Biden for arranging his meeting with his father, who was vice president at the time.

Twitter users were banned from sharing the story on their public timelines and also in direct messages by Twitter.

Later Wednesday, Twitter provided the rationale for its actions.

“We want to provide much needed clarity around the actions we’ve taken with respect to two NY Post articles that were first Tweeted this morning,” said the Twitter Safety account.

“The images contained in the articles include personal and private information — like email addresses and phone numbers — which violate our rules. As noted this morning, we also currently view materials included in the articles as violations of our Hacked Materials Policy,” they continued.

“Commentary on or discussion about hacked materials, such as articles that cover them but do not include or link to the materials themselves, aren’t a violation of this policy,” they added. “Our policy only covers links to or images of hacked material themselves.”

‘Attempt to influence the upcoming election’

Critics of social media censorship jumped on the incident to further excoriate the social media companies of selective enforcement of their rules.

“.@Twitter and @Facebook’s censorship of the @nypost story on a meeting between Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, and Burisma is an obvious and transparent attempt to influence the upcoming election,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said on Twitter. “That’s why today I sent a letter seeking answers behind this censorship.”

Here’s more about the censorship of the Biden Burisma story:

Bannon sounds off on Joe Biden as NY Post shines light on Hunter Biden’s emails

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Trump campaign says rapper Ice Cube added input on its plan for the black community, and his fans are outraged

Fans of the iconic rapper Ice Cube were outraged on Wednesday after a top Trump campaign adviser tweeted that the notoriously anti-Trump musician was working with the administration.

Katrina Pierson let the cat out of the bag in a tweet thanking Ice Cube, whose real name is O’Shea Jackson, for his contribution to the campaign’s “platinum plan,” a set of policies meant to help the black community prosper.

“Shoutout to @icecube for his willingness to step up and work with @realDonaldTrump Administration to help develop the #PlatinumPlan,” Pierson tweeted.

“Leaders gonna lead, haters gonna hate. Thank you for leading!” she added.

Jackson confirmed that he had spoken with the Trump campaign about his plan, called the Contract with a Black America.

“Facts: I put out the CWBA. Both parties contacted me. Dems said we’ll address the CWBA after the election,” tweeted Jackson.

“Trump campaign made some adjustments to their plan after talking to us about the CWBA,” he added.

“They used your blackness”

Although Jackson merely responded to a call from the Trump administration, many of his fans took to social media to excoriate him for it, while many falsely accused him of endorsing the president’s re-election campaign.

“You see what they did homie? They used your blackness as a political ploy to siphon black votes,” said one user to Jackson.

“Who is Ice Cube fooling. He was a Trump supporter all along. They hear money and that’s all they go for,” said actress Conchita Leeflang.

“Ice Cube is working with a president who is beloved by actual Nazis, Klansmen and every other major white supremacist group,” claimed activist director Payman Benz.

“So Ice Cube confirms that he’s working with a white supremacist. Got it,” said sportscaster Chris Williamson.

“Shame on Ice Cube and any of you who are allowing yourselves to be led by him. He isn’t bucking the system, he’s working his way into it for his own personal gain,” said TV hair dresser Elgin Charles.

“Donald Trump doesn’t give AF about Black people; yet, some of you are all too willing to shuck & jive for him,” he added.

Although Jackson has been venomously vocal against Trump and his policies, he has also publicly questioned whether Democratic policies and politicians have been good for the black community.

Here’s more about Jackson’s plan for black America:

Ice Cube Focused on Black Agenda in Election, Says Biden and Trump Reached Out | TMZ

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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes admits it’s ‘a little nuts’ that Pelosi is stalling on coronavirus relief

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes appeared exasperated at why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was stalling on a deal on coronavirus relief.

Hayes made the comments in a question to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on his show Tuesday.

“The president is all over the place, and doesn’t have the attention span to concentrate on this for more than five minutes,” said Hayes.

“[Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)’s caucus hates the idea of passing a big rescue bill, and the House wants one, but the thing I can’t quite understand is that it seemed like there was a tentative deal at say $1.8 trillion between the White House and [Treasury Secretary Steve] Mnuchin and the speaker,” Hayes continued.

“And the speaker was on CNN today saying no, that’s not good enough, and that strikes a lot of people as a little nuts like, if that were the deal, wouldn’t you all take it?” he asked.

“Well, the speaker is right,” responded Schumer.

“First of all the $1.8 is not really the $1.8 that meets America’s needs. As she said, it contains all sorts of giveaways so the president can just give away money and leaves out huge numbers of things that are needed to help people,” claimed Schumer.

Hayes was referring to a combative interview where Pelosi angrily berated CNN host Wolf Blitzer for pressuring her on the relief bill negotiations.

Blitzer demanded to know why the speaker had not personally spoke to President Donald Trump to further the relief negotiations along, but Pelosi became very belligerent and accused Blitzer of being an “apologist” for the Republicans.

Critics of the president have accused him of also mucking up the progress on a bill after he announced that he would be pulling out of negotiations with the Democrats until after the election. Three days later he relented and said that not only would he seek a relief bill before the election but that he wanted one bigger than the one the Democrats were seeking, and bigger than the one that congressional Republicans were seeking.

Here’s the video of Hayes’ incredulity: