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President Trump: Vaccine deliveries to begin as early as next week

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the coronavirus vaccine deliveries will begin as early as next week.

“The whole world is suffering and we are rounding the curve,” Trump said. “And the vaccines are being delivered next week or the week after.”

The president gave the good news during a special Thanksgiving Day video message to U.S. troops stationed oversees, Fox News reported. Trump said that front-line workers, medical personnel, and senior citizens would be prioritized to receive the vaccine first.

He also said former Vice President Joe Biden should not be given credit for the vaccines, saying, “the vaccines were me.”

“Joe Biden failed with the swine flu, H1N1, totally failed with the swine flu,” Trump said. “Don’t let him take credit for the vaccines because the vaccines were me and I pushed people harder than they’ve ever been pushed before and we got that approved and through and nobody’s ever seen anything like it.”

Operation Warp Speed is a public-private partnership initiated by the Trump administration to accelerate the development, manufacturing, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics. The Department of Health and Human Services and other federal agencies partnered with private drug manufacturers, including Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Pfizer to fund the development and industrial manufacturing of a COVID-19 vaccine.

According to Johns Hopkins University, there are upwards of 12.8 million confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States and more than 263,000 people have died of causes related to COVID-19.

During Trump’s video conference, he noted that two companies have “already announced” vaccines that have shown effectiveness in trials and that “third, fourth and fifth ones are coming up soon.”

The president was referring to Moderna and Pfizer, which have each published studies showing their respective vaccines are 95% effective. Last Friday, Pfizer applied for emergency authorization from the Food & Drug administration to begin the manufacturing and distribution of its vaccine. The FDA is set to meet on Dec. 10 to review Pfizer’s request.

AstraZeneca has also reported preliminary results that show its vaccine is between 62% and 90% effective depending on the dosage given to patients in clinical trials.

The Trump administration is hopeful that soon after vaccine distribution begins, tens of millions of Americans will receive vaccinations and life can begin to return to normal. Dr. Moncef Slaoui, the chief scientific adviser for Operation Warp Speed, said last Sunday that the United States could reach herd immunity by May 2021.

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Alan Dershowitz says ‘legal, constitutional paths’ to 2020 presidential election exist for Trump

Alan Dershowitz, legal scholar and famed criminal defense attorney, believes President Donald Trump has at least two or three potential constitutional paths to securing the 2020 presidential election.

Several states across the country are still in the process of officially certifying the vote, and the Electoral College convenes mid-December.

Inauguration Day is Jan. 20, 2021.

What are the details?

According to the Washington Examiner, Dershowitz said during an interview with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo that Trump and his legal team have several strategies in order to clinch a re-election against former Vice President Joe Biden.

“In Pennsylvania, [the Trump team has] two very strong legal arguments,” he explained. “One, that the courts changed what the legislature did about counting ballots after the end of election day. That’s a winning issue in the Supreme Court. I don’t necessarily support it, but it’s a winning issue in the Supreme Court. … They also have a winning issue in the Supreme Court on equal protection, that some counties allowed flawed ballots to be cured while others didn’t. Bush v. Gore suggests that an equal protection argument can prevail.”

Dershowitz also said that Biden’s vote lead, however, could prevent Trump and his legal team from contesting what the Examiner refers to as a “sufficient number of ballots.”

“The other legal theory they have, which is a potentially strong one, is that the computers, either fraudulently or by glitches, changed hundreds of thousands of votes. There, there are enough votes to make a difference, but I haven’t seen the evidence to support that,” he explained to Bartiromo. “So, in one case, they don’t have the numbers. In another case, they don’t seem yet to have the evidence; maybe they do. I haven’t seen it. But the legal theory is there to support them if they have the numbers and they have the evidence.”

Dershowitz pointed out that Trump and his team is under the gun to prove a case based on voter fraud.

“You need to have witnesses, experts subject to cross-examination, and findings by a court,” he explained.

“Notwithstanding the fact that there are legal paths to potential victory,” the professor continued, “I don’t think that the election is going to be reversed based on the numbers that I see at the moment and based on the fact that I haven’t seen the evidence. Their strongest case, if they have the evidence, is that computers may have turned hundreds of thousands of votes.”

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New York Times writer admits Trump was right all along when it came to reopening schools

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof wrote last week that President Donald Trump was right when during 2020’s spring months he insisted that children should be back in schools for in-person learning.

What are the details?

In an editorial titled, “When Trump Was Right and Many Democrats Wrong,” Kristof pointed out that “children have suffered because many mayors and governors were too willing to close schools.”

The op-ed, which was published last week, discussed what Kristof believes to be education-related failures on behalf of local and state politicians.

“Some things are true even though President Donald Trump says them,” Kristof wrote. “Trump has been demanding for months that schools reopen, and on that he seems to have been largely right. Schools, especially elementary schools, do not appear to have been major sources of coronavirus transmission, and remote learning is proving to be a catastrophe for many low-income children.”

Last week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) announced that he would be shuttering the city’s public schools once more.

“Yet America is shutting schools — New York City announced Wednesday that it was closing schools in the nation’s largest school district — even as it allows businesses like restaurants and bars to operate,” Kristof wrote. “What are our priorities?”

Kristof added that overseas, many countries have closed restaurants and bars, for example, and have insisted that children remain in schools.

“In both Europe and the United States, schools have not been linked to substantial transmission, and teachers and family members have not been shown to be at extra risk,” he wrote, adding, “Meanwhile, the evidence has mounted of the human cost of school closures. Dropouts live shorter lives, so while the virus kills, so do school closures.”

Citing the American Academy of Pediatrics, Kristof wrote, “‘Children learn best when physically present in the classroom. But children get much more than academics at school. They also learn social and emotional skills at school, get healthy meals and exercise, mental health support, and other services that cannot be easily replicated online.'”

Kristof pointed out that school closures hit hardest children from underprivileged homes.

“School closures magnify these equalities, as many private schools remain open and affluent parents are better able to help kids adjust to remote learning,” he added. “At the same time, low income children fall even further behind.”

Kristof concluded, “Let’s follow Europe: Close bars, and try harder to keep schools open.”

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UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal says he may start attending conservative rallies ‘to keep the peace’ after seeing left-wing violence

Jorge Masvidal, a conservative supporter of President Donald Trump, says that he may show up at conservative rallies after witnessing the violence leftist extremists carried out over the weekend at pro-Trump rallies.

What are the details?

On Saturday, Masvidal took to Twitter with his displeasure over the antics, writing, “I bet I can get a couple of teammates and start attending these things #supernecessary. And I say this not to promote violence. To keep the peace. We are all in this together. #theressurection [sic].”

As reported by the Daily Wire, the famed fighter’s remarks came as a caption to a video he retweeted featuring some of the violence that took place over the weekend in places such as the “Million MAGA March” in Washington, D.C.

The video has apparently since been deleted from the tweet, but Masvidal’s remarks remain.

You can watch the original video here and below.

Content warning: Rough language, violence:

What else?

Masvidal, an unapologetic Trump supporter, stumped for the president during the 2020 presidential election as part of a movement called “Fighters Against Socialism.”

In a video for the campaign, Masvidal said, “I’m gonna let you in on something. The Democrats just think that they’re entitled to the Latino vote. They think that we just have to hand it over to them. That’s right. We sure as hell don’t. They’ve got to show us what they can do for us, what they can do for our communities. We’re not going to buy the same wolf tickets and false promises that destroyed great countries like Venezuela and Cuba. It’s not gonna happen.”

Taking a swipe at former Vice President Joe Biden and his 2020 presidential campaign, “You know what else is not gonna work for them? Playing ‘Despacito’ on your cell phone to pander to us. Hell no. You gotta give us some credit for having heads on our shoulders. I’m going to wrap this up for some words of Barack Obama. He said, ‘Elections have consequences.’ That is true. And those words have never been more true than they are today. We either re-elect President Trump and keep America great … or we let Joe Biden destroy the greatest country the world has ever seen.”

He concluded, “I’m a professional athlete, and I’ve been one for most of my life, so I’ve seen things through a sports lens — that makes Donald Trump our head coach, and before the global pandemic we were winning Super Bowls. And when you’re winning Super Bowls, you don’t fire the coach — it doesn’t matter if you don’t like the plays he runs, the players he puts on the field, or what he says on Twitter. You sure as hell don’t replace him for another coach that’s been in the business for 47 years at every level and never won a f***ing game.”

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Georgia secretary of state announces statewide hand recount of presidential election

The state of Georgia will begin a full hand recount of the presidential election results, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Wednesday.

Speaking at a news conference, Raffensperger said the recount will be completed by Nov. 20 and will be an audit, recount, and recanvass all in one, WSB-TV reported.

“With the margin being so close, it will require a full, by-hand recount in each county,” Raffensperger said Wednesday morning. “This will help build confidence. It will be an audit, a recount and a recanvass all at once. It will be a heavy lift but we will work with the counties to get this done in time for our state certification.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in Georgia by 14,111 votes. The presidential race has not yet been certified as prominent Republicans have blasted the state secretary of state for “failures” in the election process.

“There have been too many failures in Georgia elections this year and the most recent election has shined a national light on the problems,” Georgia Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue said in a joint statement. “The Secretary of State has failed to deliver honest and transparent elections. He has failed the people of Georgia, and he should step down immediately.”

Controversies abound in several counties in Georgia where election chicanery is alleged. State officials are adamant that reports of widespread voter fraud are either misinformation or misunderstandings.

“A few items that happened over the weekend that for lack of a better word are different terminologies — ‘fake news,’ disinformation, misinformation, misunderstandings — and all those things that are feeding into the situation we see not just in Georgia, but across the country,” Georgia’s voting system implementation manager Gabriel Sterling told WAGA-TV. “The facts are the facts, regardless of outcomes.”

In Spalding County, a viral video on social media claimed to show absentee ballots found discarded in a dumpster. Sterling said the video was false.

“There were no ballots there. We sent investigators down. What they found was empty security envelopes. So, there was nothing there that affected the outcome of the election,” he explained.

Ballot counting delays in Gwinnett County were the result of a software malfunction that forced several thousand mail-in absentee ballots to be re-adjudicated before the results could be tabulated, county officials told TheBlaze. The adjudication process requires one Republican, one Democrat, and a nonpartisan elections officials to review each handwritten ballot that’s unable to be scanned by the voting machine because of an error with how it was filed out, leaving no room for either party to illegally change ballots.

In Fulton County, county officials denied allegations that Trump campaign election observers were told on election night that ballot counting at State Farm Arena would end at 10:30 p.m., only to continue “counting ballots in secret until 1:00 a.m.” A spokesperson for the county said “no one from the staff spoke to anyone observing the process to inform them that things were done for the night.” Additionally, an election observer from the secretary of state’s office was present while the votes were processed.

Secretary of State Raffensperger pledged to provide fair and accurate election results while thoroughly investigating any claims of voting irregularities.

“My office will continue to investigate each and every incidence of illegal voting. Double voting, felon voting, people voting out of state — if you report it we will investigate it. Every legal vote will count,” Raffensperger said.

“We haven’t found any widespread fraud. We will investigate every single case that voters bring to us,” he added.

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Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick offers up to $1 million reward for evidence of voter fraud

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Tuesday he is offering up to a $1 million reward to anyone who provides information leading to an arrest and conviction for voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

The purpose of the offer is to “incentivize, encourage, and reward” people who come forward with reports of voter fraud. Anyone who provides evidence that leads to a conviction will receive at least $25,000, paid for by Patrick’s campaign fund, the Texas Tribune reported.

“I support President Trump’s efforts to identify voter fraud in the presidential election and his commitment to making sure that every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is disqualified,” Patrick said in a news release statement. “President Trump’s pursuit of voter fraud is not only essential to determine the outcome of this election, it is essential to maintain our democracy and restore faith in future elections.”

President Donald Trump has refused to concede the 2020 presidential election to former vice president Joe Biden as Trump’s campaign has filed several legal challenges to the results of the election in various states.

While several Republicans have supported the president’s efforts to challenge the election, Patrick is the first and so far the only Republican to offer a monetary reward for evidence of voter fraud. In his statement, he accused Democrats of “creating suspicion” regarding the legitimacy of the election.

“The Democrats have no one to blame but themselves for creating suspicion of final vote totals,” Patrick said. “Not allowing Republican poll watchers to observe the vote count in multiple states, in some cases blocking their view with poster board, last minute changes in election laws in battleground states, ignoring the deadline to vote and accepting ballots for days after the election, ignoring postmarks and signature checks, not verifying that mail-in ballots were being sent to people who were alive or living in the state and voting machines that have been a concern for over a decade all raise serious questions.

“This lack of transparency has led many to believe that the final count is not accurate in states where the winner was determined be a very small percentage of the vote,” he continued.

Patrick’s statement cited three examples of recent arrests for elections crimes, including a social worker in Mexia, Texas, who allegedly registered 67 residents of a nursing home to vote without their consent. Elections officials in dozens of states nationwide say there is no widespread evidence of voter fraud on the scale that could change the results of the election.

The lieutenant governor also criticized other states for delays in counting mail-in ballots, saying “the delays in counting mail-in ballots in other states raises more questions about voter fraud and potential mistakes.”

“When all legal votes are tallied and all illegal votes are discarded, then America can have a greater level of confidence in the election process,” Patrick said. “President Trump is absolutely right to pursue every allegation of voter fraud and irregularities, just as Al Gore did in 2000. Every candidate for public office has this right. My goal is to ensure that, regardless of the outcome, every American has faith in our electoral process and our democracy.”

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Senate Republicans say Joe Biden doesn’t need immediate access to government to begin transition of power

Senate Republicans announced Tuesday that former Vice President Joe Biden does not need authority from the General Services Administration to formally begin the transition of power, according to reporting from The Hill.

What are the details?

On Monday, GSA Administrator Emily Murphy declined to sign a letter allowing Biden’s transition team to formally begin working following last week’s election.

The Washington Post points out the letter — when drafted and signed — “amounts to a formal declaration by the federal government, outside of the media, of the winner of the presidential race.”

At the time of this reporting, President Donald Trump has yet to concede the election.

The outlet reports that Murphy — a Trump appointee — has yet to issue a letter of ascertainment to permit Biden’s team to officially and formally begin the transfer of power that occurs between the incumbent president and president-elect.

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said that the steps “will be taken at the appropriate time.”

“I don’t think anything that’s occurred so far interrupts an ordinary process of moving through the various steps that I indicated, and allowing, if there is a new administration, to work through the transition. All of these steps will be taken at the appropriate time,” he told reporters.

The outlet notes that it is “customary for the declared winner of the presidential election … to be given advanced access to government funds and facilities to begin preparing for their first 100 days in office.”

The situation is similar to what took place in 2000 following former President George W. Bush’s win against former Vice President Al Gore after the conclusion of former President Bill Clinton’s time in office.

Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), who is the Senate Rules Committee Chairman, added, “I think the GSA addition to the process is relatively new. I know that George W. Bush 20 years ago didn’t get any money until late in December. There’s nothing that stops a transition effort from doing anything they need to do and if it turns out that the president-elect is the president-elect, eventually they’ll have that help.”

He added, “We had transitions long before we gave elected presidents money to have a transition with. If Joe Biden doesn’t know what he’s doing now in a way that lets him move forward with the transition, he would never know what he’s doing. He’s been doing this for 50 years. They can do everything that they need to be doing from the point of a transition without the GSA making a determination quicker than the administration thinks it should.”

What did the Biden campaign say?

In a statement to the Post, a Biden transition spokesperson said, “Now that the election has been independently called for Joe Biden, we look forward to the GSA Administrator quickly ascertaining Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the President-elect and Vice President-elect. America’s national security and economic interests depend on the federal government signaling clearly and swiftly that the United States government will respect the will of the American people and engage in a smooth and peaceful transfer of power.”

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Biden plans to enact no fewer than 4 executive orders on Inauguration Day undoing President Trump’s efforts

Former Vice President Joe Biden plans to roll out at least four executive orders should he ultimately be sworn in as president on Jan. 20, undoing the work of President Donald Trump, his campaign said this week.

What are the details?

A spokesperson for the Biden campaign on Monday told Fox News that the former vice president plans to rejoin both the Paris climate agreement and the World Health Organization and also plans to reinstate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — or DACA — and repeal the president’s so-called travel ban on certain Muslim countries.

Biden has also previously vowed to repeal Trump’s tax cuts and reverse the Mexico City Policy, which bans foreign aid from going to nongovernmental organizations that promote or pay for abortions.

“Other abortion-related policies and those weakening the Affordable Care Act will likely be on the chopping block in a Biden-Harris administration as well,” the outlet noted.

Following the 2020 presidential election, Biden also said he has plans to tackle the coronavirus pandemic both at home and abroad and announced the formation of a coronavirus advisory board composed of scientists and physicians.

“The challenge before us right now is still immense and growing, and so is the need for bold action to fight this pandemic,” Biden said after announcing the advisory board. “We are still facing a dark winter.”

CBS News reported that the advisory board will include members such as former FDA Commissioner Dr. David Kessler, former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, Yale professor Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, former head of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority Dr. Rick Bright, and more.

“Dealing with the coronavirus pandemic is one of the most important battles our administration will face, and I will be informed by science and by experts,” Biden added. “The advisory board will help shape my approach to managing the surge in reported infections; ensuring vaccines are safe, effective, and distributed efficiently, equitably, and free; and protecting at-risk populations.”

CBS noted that Biden is also expected to start announcing White House staff appointments as early as this week.

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Biden plans to enact no fewer than 4 executive orders on Inauguration Day undoing President Trump’s efforts

Former Vice President Joe Biden plans to roll out at least four executive orders should he ultimately be sworn in as president on Jan. 20, undoing the work of President Donald Trump, his campaign said this week.

What are the details?

A spokesperson for the Biden campaign on Monday told Fox News that the former vice president plans to rejoin both the Paris climate agreement and the World Health Organization and also plans to reinstate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — or DACA — and repeal the president’s so-called travel ban on certain Muslim countries.

Biden has also previously vowed to repeal Trump’s tax cuts and reverse the Mexico City Policy, which bans foreign aid from going to nongovernmental organizations that promote or pay for abortions.

“Other abortion-related policies and those weakening the Affordable Care Act will likely be on the chopping block in a Biden-Harris administration as well,” the outlet noted.

Following the 2020 presidential election, Biden also said he has plans to tackle the coronavirus pandemic both at home and abroad and announced the formation of a coronavirus advisory board composed of scientists and physicians.

“The challenge before us right now is still immense and growing, and so is the need for bold action to fight this pandemic,” Biden said after announcing the advisory board. “We are still facing a dark winter.”

CBS News reported that the advisory board will include members such as former FDA Commissioner Dr. David Kessler, former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, Yale professor Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, former head of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority Dr. Rick Bright, and more.

“Dealing with the coronavirus pandemic is one of the most important battles our administration will face, and I will be informed by science and by experts,” Biden added. “The advisory board will help shape my approach to managing the surge in reported infections; ensuring vaccines are safe, effective, and distributed efficiently, equitably, and free; and protecting at-risk populations.”

CBS noted that Biden is also expected to start announcing White House staff appointments as early as this week.

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Lindsey Graham argues Trump should run again in 2024 if he loses in court

President Donald Trump has reportedly told advisers he’s considering running for president again in 2024 if the election results are verified, and at least one Republican senator is encouraging him to do so.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Monday told Fox News radio host Brian Kilmeade that Trump should run again in four years if he loses his legal challenges to the results of the 2020 election.

“I would encourage President Trump, if after all this he does fall short … to not let this movement die, to consider running again, to create an organization, platforms over the next four years to keep his movement alive, growing the Republican representation in minority communities, talk about economic populism, just basically keep it alive,” Graham said.

“Keep fighting for the 2020 vote, it’s not done yet,” he added.

Graham cited the example of President Grover Cleveland, the only U.S. president to serve two non-consecutive terms in office.

“Grover Cleveland came back. Donald Trump should think about it if he falls short,” he said.

Multiple media outlets declared Democratic candidate Joe Biden president-elect Saturday after Pennsylvania was called for Biden. Trump has not yet conceded the election to Biden, but, according to Axios, he has privately told advisers he’s thinking about running again in 2024 — which, if true, would be a concession that he’s lost the election this year.

The Trump campaign has vowed to continue fighting for the outcome of the 2020 election to be reversed in court. The campaign has filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania and other states challenging the results of the election.

Graham supports the president’s efforts.

“I talked with the president for a long time yesterday. He wants to fight, and he should fight,” Graham said. “If we can close the margins in Arizona and Georgia and look at provisional ballots, this is not over.”

Down ballot the election was more favorable to Republicans, who ended up gaining seats in the House of Representatives and may hold on to their Senate majority if Sens. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) or David Perdue (R-Ga.) prevail in the upcoming runoff elections.

Should Republicans keep the Senate, Graham wants an investigation completed into mail-in ballots and how they affected the 2020 election.

“What I’m going to tell Mitch McConnell today when we get back, if we keep the Senate, we need to do a joint committee in the Senate to analyze mail-in balloting and how it worked in 2020,” Graham said.

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Long list of media, Democrats threaten retribution against Trump supporters, Republicans

Journalist Drew Holden shared a lengthy — and alarming — list of media outlets, fellow journalists, and members of the Democratic Party who are threatening retribution against Republicans supporting President Donald Trump and his allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election and more.

Holden concluded the lengthy list — which you can read in its entirety herewriting, “At the end of the day, I can’t imagine these folks will be shipping conservatives off to the gulags in a divided government, much as they would like to.

But it fundamentally cuts against the spirit of America to suggest someone should be punished for their political views.”

“We are not some post-genocide society,” he added. “The suggestion that we need a Rwandan-styled Truth and Reconciliation Commission is preposterous. And free societies don’t develop political hit lists.

This champagne fascism from the Left needs to stop. Now would be a good time.”

What are the details?

Holden on Saturday
tweeted, “With Biden having been declared the winner (for now) by major media outlets, I figured it would be a good time to share some of the people who’ve threatened retribution against Trump supporters.”

“The list,” he added, “is a lot longer than I had anticipated it would be.”

Those on the list included former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, who
wrote, “When this nightmare is over, we need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission. It would erase Trump’s lies, comfort those who have been harmed by his hatefulness, and name every official, politician, executive, and media mogul whose greed and cowardice enabled this catastrophe.”

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes
added, “The most humane and reasonable way to deal with all these people, if we survive this, is some kind of truth and reconciliation commission.”

The Nation magazine published a commentary on the subject
titled “We’re Going to Need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to Recover from Trump.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer published a similar piece
titled “What Brings U.S. together in ’21? A Truth Commission? Or Something Else?”

Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.) was at least one Democratic politician calling for a list as well.

She
wrote, “Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future.”

Further, the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin said Republicans supporting President Donald Trump’s allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election should be ejected from polite society.

On Friday, Rubin — a “conservative” opinion columnist for the Post —
tweeted, “Any R now promoting rejection of an election or calling to not to follow the will of voters or making baseless allegations of fraud should never serve in office, join a corporate board, find a faculty position or be accepted into ‘polite’ society. We have a list.”

In 2019, Rubin called for the Republican Party to ‘burn down’

During a panel discussion on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Rubin said that if any Republicans were in office by the time President Donald Trump vacated the White House, the remainder of the party should be razed — with no survivors.

“It’s not only that Trump has to lose, but that all his enablers have to lose. We have to collectively in essence burn down the Republican Party,” Rubin explained at the time. “We have to level them because if there are survivors, if there are people who weather this storm, they will do it again. They will take this as confirmation that, ‘Hey, it just pays to ride the waves. Look at me. I made it through.’ And so up and down the ticket, federal, state, and local offices, the country has to repudiate this.”

This time, Rubin made the remarks in response to the news that former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was joining the cast of “Dancing with the Stars.”

Again, Rubin used the “polite society” argument.

“What we should be doing in shunning these people,” Rubin insisted in her remarks. “Shunning, shaming these people is a statement of moral indignation that these people are not fit for a polite society. I think it’s absolutely abhorrent that any institution of higher learning, any news organization, or any entertainment organization that has a news outlet would hire these people.”

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Keith Olbermann loses it in latest anti-Trump rant: ‘Trump must be removed and arrested, tonight!’

In an angry rant, former MSNBC and ESPN host Keith Olbermann embarked on yet another unhinged rant against President Donald Trump over the 2020 presidential election.

What are the details?

Olbermann shared video of the rant on Twitter Thursday night, writing, “TRUMP MUST BE REMOVED AND ARRESTED, TONIGHT. Gripped by a paranoid delusion, threatening the nation’s safety, this can’t wait any longer. It won’t happen; in fact, he’ll probably concede and instantly announce he’s running in ’24.”

In the video, Olbermann called the president’s voters — all 69 million of them and counting — “morons.”

“The bad news is, I think the lame-duck president is now pivoting to Trump 2024,” he warned, pointing to a recent New York Times report indicating that Trump is reportedly considering a third run at the White House if former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wins the 2020 presidential election.

“When it’s finally over, he utters this breathless sentence: ‘I concede and I’m running for president in 2024. The rallies start next Friday,'” Olbermann added.

“Trump can still live in a version of the bubble that he and the 69 million morons who voted for him have lived in since 2015,” he added. “Inside ‘Trump World,’ it’s fun and exciting and there’s no pandemic and nothing but white people and lots of guns and everybody will be a billionaire soon!”

Elsewhere during the evening, Vice President Mike Pence tweeted, “I Stand With President @realDonaldTrump,” to which Olbermann fired back, “Then you need to be arrested and removed tonight as well.”

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Phil Robertson shares powerful prayer for Trump to be re-elected as president

“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson, an outspoken Christian commentator, author, and BlazeTV host, says it’s important for Christians to hold fast to prayer during the 2020 presidential election and its ongoing fallout over vote counting.

Robertson in August published a new book, “Jesus Politics: How to Win Back the Soul of America.”

What are the details?

Robertson on Wednesday shared a now-viral video of him praying for President Donald Trump’s re-election.

The 74-year-old dynamo — an avid Trump supporter — captioned the video, “We’re at a crossroads. Here’s my prayer today for our country and our president.”

In the video, Robertson says, “Here in America, many of our people, Father, have fallen the ways of the evil one. I pray that you give us time to repent as a nation to turn back to you, Father. My prayer is that you be with one Mr. Donald J. Trump. You know him, Father. We started with him early. We told him what you told us to tell him — that Jesus died for him, was raised from the dead. I would pray, Father, give us four more years with him.”

He concluded, “Help us, Father. Protect us from the evil one each and every day we live.”

At the time of this writing, Fox News reports that Democratic nominee Joe Biden has 264 of 270 votes to win. Trump has just 214.

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Ahead of the election, Robertson tweeted that his followers should “vote Godly.”

The accompanying photo read, “Vote for leaders who will promote religious liberty, protect our rights to practice Christianity in every public square, and live lives aligned with Jesus politics.”

‘Caustically brilliant’

In August, Robertson described Trump as “caustically brilliant.”

“I’m a Trump supporter. I weigh a man in politics, I judge them by what they’ve done,” Robertson said at the time. “That’s how I judge them politicians. I preached the gospel to Donald J. Trump. He’s heard the good news because I told him. He listened.

“My definition for him in two words,” Robertson added. “This is what seems to fit the way he rolls: caustically brilliant. Now you can get on both sides of that. You can accentuate the caustic part of a man, or you can look at irregardless the caustic nature of some of his wordage, he’s brilliant.”

Robertson said that Trump is also “remarkably shrewd.”

“He is remarkably shrewd when it comes to his policy. It’s remarkable,” Robertson noted. “I’ve never seen a president get that much done in the face of this much blowback and opposition. I’ve never seen a guy do what this dude has done.”

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Hollywood elitists lose their minds after Trump’s election morning speech: ‘Staging a coup’

Hysterical celebrities flocked to Twitter in the wee hours of Wednesday morning after President Donald Trump told supporters and members of the press that he believed he had won the 2020 presidential election.

In his remarks, Trump also promised to go to the Supreme Court in order to stop counting ballots.

What are the details?

Comedienne Kathy Griffin wordlessly shared the now-infamous photo of her holding the likeness of a decapitated Trump head.

Actor Josh Gad accused the president of “staging a coup.”

“Thankfully he is doing it like a Rodeo clown,” Gad added.

Actor Jeffrey Wright wrote, “Donald Trump came out at 2:30 AM to remind America — from the WH — that he’s the biggest criminal a**hole you know.”

Hysterical-sounding actress Sophia Bush wrote, “We have sent troops to other nations to stop dictators from doing what Trump just did. This is NOT how our elections work. We WILL #CountEveryVote.”

Bush’s remarks came in response to the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman, who wrote, “Trump has now done what @jonathanvswan reported and what Trump denied he would do — came out and said ‘we did win this election’ and called the current vote counting ‘a fraud on our nation.’ Says he will go to Supreme Court to stop counting.”

“Star Trek” actor-turned-activist George Takei wrote, “You don’t get to declare yourself the winner, Donald. The American people choose the winner through the Electoral College. We do this through our votes. You can’t change that.”

“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill chimed in, “#DespotDonald declares victory as votes are still being counted-Calls election ‘a fraud on the American public, so we’ll be going to the Supreme Court & we will win this[.]’ It’s so weird to have an authoritarian who undermines democracy in the WH.”

Actress Chelsea Peretti added, “He hasn’t won. ‘As far as I’m concerned we already have won’ It’s about counting votes, end of story — we knew he would lie and manipulate as always. And pence as always is the epitome of a vacant tool and f***boi.”

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President Trump says he’ll to go to Supreme Court in attempt to stop ballot counting

President Donald Trump in the early hours of Wednesday morning vowed to go to the Supreme Court in an attempt to stop ballot counting.

What are the details?

In remarks from the White House, Trump declared victory in the presidential race against former Vice President Joe Biden despite the fact that millions of votes were still being counted across the country in states such as Georgia, Michigan, and North Carolina.

No election officials have declared a winner in any of the above-mentioned states.

He also said that he would go to the Supreme Court in an attempt to stop ballot counting.

“This is a fraud on the American public,” he said in remarks from the White House’s East Room around 2:30 a.m. local time on Wednesday. “This is an embarrassment to our country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election.”

Trump added, “This is a very big moment. This is a major fraud on our nation. We want the law to be used in a proper manner, so we’ll be going to the U.S. Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any ballots at four o’clock in the morning and add them to the list. It’s a very sad moment.”

He also issued public thanks to the American public for their support.

“Millions and millions of people voted for us tonight, and a very sad group of people is trying to disenfranchise that group of people and we will not stand for it,” Trump said in the early morning remarks. “We won’t stand for it.”

Via Twitter, the president tweeted, “We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the election. We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed!

The president has repeatedly insisted that any ballots received after Election Day should simply not be counted.

On Wednesday morning, Biden said, “We feel good about where we are, we really do. I’m here to tell you tonight, I believe we’re on track to win this election.”

“We knew, because of the unprecedented early vote and the mail-in vote, that it was going to take a while. We’re going to have to be patient until the hard work of tallying votes is finished — and it ain’t over until every vote is counted, every ballot is counted,” he added.

At the time of this reporting, key battlegrounds such as Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and more remain undecided.


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Nevada announces it will not update election results until Thursday

Nevada will not update the state’s election results until Thursday, as its poll workers haven’t yet counted all of the state’s mail-in ballots.

What are the details?

According to Newsweek, “thousands” of mail-in ballots have still not been counted.

The state’s elections division said that mail-in ballots received on Election Day, ballots arriving by mail over the upcoming week, and provisional ballots had not yet been counted as of Wednesday morning.

In a statement, the Nevada Elections Division said, “That’s it for election results updates until 9:00 am [sic] on Nov. 5. Here’s what has been counted so far: All in person early votes. All in person Election Day votes. All mail ballots through Nov. 2. Here’s what is left to count: Mail ballots received on Election Day. Mail ballots that will be received over the next week. Provisional ballots. Ballots outstanding is difficult to estimate in Nevada because every voter was sent a mail ballot. Obviously, not all will vote.”

What else?

The outlet also cites Nevada Independent editor Jon Ralston, who said that the number is not “thousands,” but “tens of thousands” of ballots — all of which reportedly have yet to be counted in Clark County alone.

At the time of this reporting, former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by approximately 60,000 votes.

Ralston said, “These have dramatically favored the Dems so far by more than 2 to 1. Biden should do well there. There are also tens of thousands of provisional ballots in urban Nevada and some in the rurals. Less sure of that mix, but the Clark mail, if it follows the previous pattern, may be enough for Biden.”

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won Nevada in 2016 by more than 27,000 votes and approximately 2.4 points.

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Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei slams media for complete fumble in election predictions

Jim VandeHei, Axios co-founder and CEO, suggested that the media is way out of touch with Americans based on predictions for the 2020 presidential election.

What are the details?

VandeHei appeared Wednesday on MSNBC, where he said that much of the media needs to wake up and realize that they don’t understand America.

“On one hand, a lot of this was knowable,” he said, pointing out that what was not “knowable” was how House Republicans would “way overperform” this election cycle.

“And this is the one where I think all of us have to have a little bit of humility, and a lot of people living in bubbles have to realize they don’t understand America,” he said.

“Donald Trump was the only person who thought they were gonna pick up House seats.”

VandeHei added, “Trump could still lose, but he performed way better than most people thought that he would. Look at Wisconsin, some of the polls … somebody had a 17-point Biden lead. It looks like it’s going to come down to a point or two. And so there’s things happening in America that people don’t realize if they’re living in big cities.”

He pointed out that Hispanic voters came out in droves for President Donald Trump in Florida and insisted that the vote wasn’t carried only by “working-class white men.”

“In almost every state, he overperformed what people thought he would do, and so we’re headed towards some really, really rocky times,” VandeHei insisted.

“I do think the one thing all of us can learn is to have a little bit of humility that there’s something going on — and we talked a lot about it on the show, all these flags, the boats, everything — there’s something going on out there that most of the media has been missing,” VandeHei said. “And obviously Donald Trump and the Republicans are the big beneficiaries of that as we sit here today, even if Trump loses the presidency.”

(H/T: Mediaite)

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National Guard brought to Wisconsin to help ensure peaceful ballot counting in two counties with misprinted ballots

The National Guard has been brought in to assist Wisconsin poll workers in two counties.

What are the details?

According to Fox News, poll workers in Wisconsin’s Outagamie and Calumet Counties will transfer votes from at least 13,500 misprinted absentee ballots to “clean ballots.”

The outlet notes that this could possibly delay reporting of final results from the state.

“The state Supreme Court refused to issue a ruling on the ballots at issue,” Fox reports, “which cannot be fed into electronic tabulating machines, and instead told Outagamie and Calumet counties to use the statutorily prescribed method of ballot duplication for counting ballots of this nature.”

Further, poll workers were required to wait until 7 a.m. on Tuesday’s Election Day morning to start duplicating ballots.

In 2016, both Outagamie and Calumet Counties voted to elect President Donald Trump.

In a statement, Outagamie County Clerk Lori O’Bright said, “The duplication process will take additional time, so the public should be aware that election results will be delayed. They will be posted as soon as possible.”

The duplication process for each ballot, according to O’Bright, takes approximately four minutes per ballot.

“Voters don’t need to do anything at this point,” O’Bright added. “Per the court’s decision and following the letter of the law, voters can be assured that all votes will be counted. If a voter cast a ballot with the misprinted timing mark, they can rest assured their votes will be counted.”

The deadline for counting non-provisional ballots is 4:00 p.m. local time on Wednesday.

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Former Melania Trump hairstylist blows apart leftist narrative on the state of first couple’s marriage

A former hairstylist to Melania Trump says that the first lady is “funny, warm, and intelligent,” according to the Daily Mail.

What are the details?

British hairstylist Lino Carbosiero, who began styling Melania in 2019, said that she and President Donald Trump are “loving and giggly” when they’re together.

The outlet reports that Carbosiero and his team of stylists and assistants love working with the president and first lady and say that the two have a certain chemistry together and a loving relationship to boot.

Appearing on British TV show “Lorraine,” Carbosiero said that Melania is a “warm” person who is “really intelligent, and has a great sense of humor.”

“I see a completely different side to what people try and say about her,” Carbosiero explained. “She is so warm and considerate. … She constantly asks assistants if they’re OK, if they need a drink. She will hug you, her team love her. They love him too, actually.”

Carbosiero added that the couple has a certain “cheekiness” when they’re together.

“They are very loving as well,” he explained. “I’ve seen that, my assistant has as well. … They really have this little bond, they giggle and laugh and it’s really sweet, actually.”

Carbosiero said that the first couple typically acts more reserved in public because they are so heavily judged and always in the spotlight.

“I see how they are always so guarded because everyone is always so judgmental in their life,” he said. “They are judged so much it almost makes them a little bit reserved.”

‘A very strange marriage’

Carbosiero’s announcement comes just a week after former White House aide and “Apprentice” star Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed that the president and his wife have a “very strange marriage.”

“I’m very cautious to comment on the dynamics of a marriage because you never know what goes on behind closed doors,” she admitted. “But I have known this couple since they were dating, they got married a year after ‘The Apprentice’ aired. What I have observed in the last 17 years would make your head spin. Sometimes they like each other, but sometimes she is repulsed by him.”

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President Donald Trump gets sentimental during final campaign rally: ‘Don’t make me cry, don’t make me cry’

A proud and emotional President Donald Trump closed out his final 2020 campaign rally on Monday night in Michigan to chants of “We love you.”

What are the details?

Trump appeared in Grand Rapids on Monday night alongside daughter Ivanka Trump, who paid tribute to his many achievements over the past four years.

Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, also made an appearance at the final rally, along with son Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, son Eric Trump and his wife Lara Trump, and daughter Tiffany Trump.

In closing remarks, the president told his swath of supporters, “Don’t make me cry, don’t make me cry,” and promised that he — and they — would “win everything” on Tuesday.

“If I started to cry, they’d have a big story,” he joked. “They’d say the president broke down and cried, and I don’t know if that’s good for us. … Maybe it brings me up four or five points, but I don’t care.”

He added, “This is not the crowd of somebody who is going to lose the state of Michigan. This is not the crowd of a second-place finisher. … We want a big win. Not just a win — a big win.”

Turning to his children and the rest of his family, he joked, “No matter what happens tomorrow, I’m very proud of you all. But if you don’t win, I’ll never speak to you again.”


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What was Biden’s final rally like?

Biden — who closed out his campaign in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 400-plus miles from the president’s Grand Rapids rally — promised “tomorrow is the beginning of a new day.”

“Tomorrow we can put an end to a presidency that has left hardworking Americans out in the cold,” he said. “Tomorrow we can put an end to a presidency that has divided this nation and fanned the flames of hate. Tomorrow we can put an end to a presidency that has failed to protect this nation. Millions of Americans have already voted. Millions more will vote tomorrow.”

He concluded, “My message to you is simple: The power to change this country is in your hands.”

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Kirk Cameron says evangelical Trump supporters are waking up to see ‘socialism and communism’ knocking on their doors — and they’re rallying to stop it

Conservative Christian actor Kirk Cameron says that evangelicals are rallying to vote for President Donald Trump because they can clearly see “socialism and communism” at the door.

What are the details?

In an interview with Fox News‘ “America’s Newsroom,” Cameron said that people of faith are worried that the country will descend into socialism or communism if a Democrat is elected president.

“I see people of faith waking up to the scary idea that socialism and communism are knocking on our doors this Halloween season, and they’re disguised in the costumes of public health and social justice,” Cameron said.

Cameron, an entertainer outspoken about his faith, added that the enthusiasm for President Donald Trump is staggering.

“I can tell you that as I travel the country and teach in churches, I’m seeing a couple of things that are just astounding. … The enthusiasm level for people going out and rallying for a presidential election is unbelievable: 96-mile car trains, 30,000 vehicles, 58,000 people in Pennsylvania. Regardless of the side of the aisle you’re on, this enthusiasm level is unprecedented.”

‘Non-essential’

Fox News reports that Cameron and other evangelical Trump supporters held an event titled “Non-Essential” in order to rally the more than 40 million inactive Christian voters to cast a ballot for the president on Tuesday.

During the interview, the California resident also pointed to Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) as an example of what “non-essential” also means.

“Our governor just deemed going to church non-essential and Thanksgiving, with all my grown children in my living room, non-essential,” he added.

Anything else?

In October, Cameron told the Christian Post, “I think if someone had said to us six months ago, ‘There’s a virus that’s going to shut down every business, you’re not going to be able to go to church for Easter, and your kids are not going to graduate from high school and they can’t even start back in school in the fall,’ I think we would have said, ‘That’s nuts. You’re crazy. What kind of conspiracy theory person are you?’ And here we are today with just everything upside down.”

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Federal agents reportedly erecting ‘non-scalable’ fence around White House ahead of possible Election Day unrest

Federal agents are set to erect a “non-scalable” fence around the White House, according to reports from CNN and NBC News, in what appears to be anticipation of possible Election Day unrest.

What are the details?

According to NBC News White House correspondent Geoff Bennett, agents will reportedly begin erecting the barrier outside of the White House ahead of Tuesday’s nationwide election.

Bennett shared news of the report on Twitter on Sunday, writing, “The White House on lockdown: A federal law enforcement source tells NBC that beginning tomorrow, crews will build a ‘non-scalable’ fence to secure the WH complex, Ellipse, and Lafayette Square.”

Bennett added, “250 National Guardsmen have been put on standby, reporting to Metro Police officials.”

CNN reported Monday that “[t]he fence, the same type that was put up during protests this summer, will encompass the Ellipse and Lafayette Square. It will go down 15th Street to Constitution Avenue and then over to 17th Street. The fence will then run up to H Street and across by Lafayette, and then come down 15th Street.”

‘Increased militia activity’

Business Insider reported Monday that stores across major U.S. cities have also begun the process of boarding up windows and fortifying entrances and exits in apparent anticipation of any forthcoming Election Day violence.

As highlighted by The Hill, an October YouGov poll reported that a majority of voters reportedly expected to see a “rise in violence following the elections,” including more than half of both Republicans and Democrats.

The outlet added, “A study released in mid-October also warned that five states — Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Oregon — were at risk to experience increased militia activity ahead of the elections and afterward.”

The report, released by the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project along with MilitiaWatch, found that states including California, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia were at a “moderate risk” to see increased active militias for the same time period.

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Dan Crenshaw drops truth bomb after Biden vows to end Trump’s ‘chaos’: ‘Businesses weren’t boarding up their windows because they were afraid of Trump supporters’

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden promised Sunday morning that he will end President Donald Trump’s reign of “chaos” — assuming he is elected Tuesday.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas), however, fired back with a sobering truth: Businesses impacted by the chaos of rioting and looting weren’t having to protect themselves from Trump supporters.

What are the details?

On Twitter, Biden wrote, “I promise you this: I’ll end Donald Trump’s chaos and end the crisis.”

Crenshaw shot back, “Trump’s chaos? Last I checked, businesses weren’t boarding up their windows because they were afraid of Trump supporters.”

What else?

The Daily Wire, which reported on the exchange, also highlighted some of the more damning pieces of evidence to support his claim in a now-viral article.

The outlet recounted some of the many times between just May and July that out-of-control demonstrators and rioters converged on cities and towns across America with one apparent objective: steal, burn, and destroy.

  • May 27: Minneapolis burns: The Star Tribune reported that most of the violence came from a massive crowd that was rioting outside Minneapolis’ Third Precinct police headquarters who were “throwing objects at the building and officers and turning more violent as the night wore on.”
  • May 28: Rioters stormed the headquarters of Minneapolis’ 3rd Police Precinct. “Livestream video showed the protesters entering the building, where fire alarms blared and sprinklers ran as blazes were set,” The Associated Press reported. “Police appeared to have left the building located in the neighborhood not far from where Floyd died Monday.” The St. Paul Police Department tweeted that there had been “more than 170 businesses damaged or looted. Dozens of fires.”
  • May 29: Rioters reportedly stormed a police precinct in New York City and lit law enforcement vehicles on fire.
  • May 29: Federal Protective Service officer Patrick Underwood was killed in a shooting at a federal office building in Oakland, California. “According to the FBI’s San Francisco branch, the shooting occurred at the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building when a vehicle approached the building and opened fire at the security officers,” Fox News reported. “About 1,000 protesters in Oakland smashed windows, sprayed buildings with ‘Kill Cops’ graffiti and were met with chemical spray from police, who said several officers were injured by projectiles,” according to Fox News.
  • May 29: Richmond, VA: Rioters set fire to an occupied multi-family residence with a child inside, then repeatedly blocked firefighters’ access to the scene.
  • June 1: Multiple police officers were attacked in New York as violent rioters broke into stores and looted them. In Buffalo, a driver rammed a truck into a group of law enforcement officials which reportedly left two of them seriously injured.
  • June 1: Retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn was murdered by looters and rioters while trying to defend his friend’s pawn shop.
  • June 2: Leftist “1619 Project” creator Nikole Hannah-Jones defends rioters’ destruction: “Destroying property, which can be replaced, is not violence … I think any reasonable person would say we shouldn’t be destroying other people’s property, but these are not reasonable times.” In mid-June, she followed by responding to a New York Post op-ed by Charles Kesler suggesting that the riots be called the “1619 Riots.” Hannah-Jones tweeted, “It would be an honor. Thank you.”
  • June 8: Seattle leftists establish the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.” By mid-June, numerous shootings had occurred, leaving a 19-year-old man and 16-year-old boy dead and a 14-year-old boy in critical condition.
  • June 23: Violent rioters in Wisconsin reportedly attacked an openly gay Democrat state senator as they engaged in the destruction of property outside the Wisconsin State Capitol.
  • July 2: Riots break out in Portland as reported Antifa activists attempted to attack the Portland federal courthouse. Those violent protests in Portland continued for months.
  • July 19: At least a dozen Seattle police officers were injured as rioters attacked multiple police precincts, a municipal court, an Amazon building, and a Starbucks. The Seattle Police Department said the rioters “were responsible for a significant amount of property damage to government buildings and private businesses” and that “at least a dozen officers were injured.”
  • Mid-July: Rioters shone powerful lasers in the eyes of federal law enforcement officials in Portland during attacks on a federal courthouse, causing the officials to face possible permanent severe eye damage.
  • July 28: New York City’s police department states that 303 police vehicles have been vandalized in anti-racism and Black Lives Matter protests taking place across the city — and subsequent riots — costing the city around a million dollars in damages.

Anything else?

Last week, Crenshaw suggested that Biden could be compromised by the Chinese Communist Party.

“There’s a possibility that Joe Biden is actually compromised by the Chinese Communist Party,” Crenshaw told “Fox & Friends” early last week.

“Here’s why,” he began. “We know for a fact, this is undisputed, that Hunter Biden has gone around the world getting sweetheart deals because of his family’s name.”

Crenshaw pointed out that it is important to discern — preferably before the election — whether Biden benefited from his son’s Ukrainian business dealings.

“The American people deserve to know this. We’re about to have an election and potentially elect a president that’s compromised by the Chinese Communist Party because this energy company has direct ties to the Communist Party,” he insisted.

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VIDEO: Minorities speak out about why they refuse to vote for Joe Biden — and proclaim why President Trump is their man

Many young minority college students are on Team Trump, and say that they will not vote for former Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden no matter the case.

What are the details?

Campus Reform traveled to several college campuses where they spoke with minority students to gauge their responses on whether they would vote for Trump or for Biden.

Below you can read some of the more interesting responses as to why the students will not be voting for Biden on Tuesday:

  • “Joe Biden has been in government for almost 50 years, and that man was a racist. … There’s a video of him with Ruth Bader Ginsburg … trying to justify the Confederate flag.”
  • “You’re telling me because of my skin color I have to think a certain way. That is racist.”
  • “If he were to be elected, imagine how many more black people would be probably incarcerated. Him and Kamala have contributed to black people’s incarceration.”

You can also watch some of the students’ reactions in the video below.


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And on Trump

You can read some of the more interesting points on Trump below, and watch a video of the students’ responses.

  • “I don’t think he is perfect, but I think that he is actually trying to make America great again in the best way he believes he can do it.”
  • “Even when he referred to African countries as being ‘craphole’ countries, he was specifically talking about their economies, and that’s just something that is not debatable.”
  • “In 2016, I probably wouldn’t be having this conversation with you. I was a Bernie bro to the fullest. … He is a very blunt president, but … when you take his Twitter aside, he actually has done many successful things as a president.”
  • “Prison reform [has helped minority communities.].”
  • “I think a lot of his tax cuts benefit minorities as well.”
  • “The economy [is] helping minorities. You see the African-American rate being all-time low, Hispanic unemployment being at all-time low, Trump’s economic plans after the tax cuts and jobs act have definitely brought up our communities of color, our minority communities.”
  • “I think he is actually trying to make America great again in the best way he believes he can do it.”


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