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Anyone who watches Morning Joe regularly has witnessed daily reminder of Donald Trump’s overly-optimistic statements at the beginning of the pandemic about the virus subsiding. Joe’s maniacal obsession with taunting President Trump on the matter has at times gotten so bad that even his wife Mika Brzezinski at one point feared for Joe’s mental health. But on
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Some headlines make you laugh. This morning, Axios blared this one: “Scoop: How the White House is trying to trap leakers.” Reading the article is pretty entertaining, mostly because the staffers are anonymous. From the article: President Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has told several White House staffers he’s fed specific nuggets of information
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Maximo Alvarez, a Cuban immigrant turned American businessman, has a dire warning about the direction of America. Alvarez, who escaped communist Cuba nearly 60 years ago, sat on a business roundtable last week that included top business leaders, politicians, and even President Donald Trump. Scott McIntyre/Bloomberg via Getty Images During the event, Alvarez explained that
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Officers Edelmiro Garza, Jr., 45, and Ismael Chavez, 39, of the McAllen Police Department in Texas were shot and killed on Saturday. The officers were reportedly ambushed while responding to a domestic disturbance call at a residence. Chavez was a former chemistry teacher and football coach, and the father to Savannah Chavez. The daughter of
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BlazeTV host Mark Levin asked National Humanities Medal-winning scholar Thomas Sowell about systemic racism, and the famed economist said the term has no definitive meaning. “You hear this phrase, ‘systemic racism’ [or] ‘systemic oppression.’ You hear it on our college campuses,” Mark Levin told Sowell in Sunday night’s episode of Fox News‘ “Life Liberty &
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Last week, 24-year-old Jessica Doty Whitaker was shot to death following an argument with Black Lives Matter supporters. According to her family, the BLM supporters shouted “Black lives matter” at her and her group, to which they replied, “All lives matter.” After the groups separated, Jessica was shot dead by the BLM supporters. She leaves
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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt suggested Friday that St. Louis attorneys Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who went viral for defending their property from an encroaching mob, are being politically targeted. On Friday, law enforcement executed a warrant against the McCloskeys and confiscated their firearms. Image via Twitter @xshularx screenshot Speaking on Fox News,
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That should make a great bumper sticker: Vote Biden–He’ll Pardon 78,000 Drug Criminals! Seriously, do hyper-partisan liberals believe they’re doing  Biden any favors with their extremist proposals for what he should do in office?  Take Elie Mystal, a Joy Reid regular, on her MSNBC show on Saturday.  Commenting on President Trump’s commutation of Roger Stone’s
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The federal government has denied a request from Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) for funds to rebuild North Star State following the George Floyd riots that inflicted wide-scale destruction in the Twin Cities. Walz’s spokesman Teddy Tschann confirmed that the request for federal aid was denied, as reported in The Minneapolis Star Tribune. “As we
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Protests erupted in Detroit on Friday after police shot and killed 20-year-old Hakeem Littleton earlier in the day. Within hours of the fatal shooting, rumors quickly circulated that Littleton was another victim of police brutality. “We hear one thing from the police, and another thing from the community. The community told us that the police
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On the front page of Thursday’s New York Times, technology reporter Mike Isaac pushed a just-completed “civil rights” audit of Facebook: “Facebook Lets Hate Flourish, Report Finds.” No one wants “hate” to flourish online. But that headline actually sneakily translates into a complaint that Facebook is not sufficiently censoring Trump and his supporters in the
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Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University Law School and self-described “liberal,” responded to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) and others who are using extreme political rhetoric to characterize President Donald Trump’s decision to commute Roger Stone’s sentence. Romney called Trump’s decision “unprecedented, historic corruption.” The Republican senator was echoing language from CNN legal analyst
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