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NYT/Siena Poll: Biden +6 Over Trump In Nevada

The New York Times reports: Joseph R. Biden Jr. has a steady lead over President Trump in Nevada, a state that has been shading blue in recent elections but that Mr. Trump is hoping to flip, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll released on Tuesday. Mr. Biden, the Democratic nominee, leads Mr. Trump 49 percent to 43 percent …

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Ohio Hits Wohl And Burkman With 15 Felony Charges

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: A grand jury in Cleveland on Tuesday indicted right-wing political hoaxers Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman with felony charges connected to a multi-state robocall campaign that prosecutors say was meant to scare voters in urban areas with large minority populations out of voting by mail in the Nov. 3 presidential election. Wohl, 22, of Riverside, …

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South Park Creators “Deep Fake” Trump And Others

Mediaite reports: This genius “through the looking glass” creation comes from the minds behind South Park, Trey Parker, and Matt Stone, who have created a YouTube series based on a fictional reporter to warn Americans of the perils of deep fakes. Oh, and their Fred Sassy is a deep fake of President Donald Trump. It’s a brilliantly hilarious, or hilariously …

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20 Republican Former US Attorneys Endorse Biden: Trump Is “A Threat To The Rule Of Law In Our Country”

The Washington Post reports: Twenty former U.S. attorneys — all of them Republicans — on Tuesday publicly called President Trump “a threat to the rule of law in our country,” and urged that he be replaced in November with his Democratic opponent, former vice president Joe Biden. “The President has clearly conveyed that he expects his Justice Department appointees and …

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PA County Asks Barrett To Recuse On Ballots Case

The Hill reports: Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Tuesday was asked to recuse herself from participating in a dispute over a mail-ballot extension in Pennsylvania, with the newly confirmed justice facing immediate political pressure on her first day on the job. The recusal motion was filed by the Luzerne County Board of Elections, one of the parties that has asked …

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Evangelical Group: The COVID Vax Is The Mark Of The Beast, You Will Suffer “Fiery Torment In Burning Sulfur”

Via press release published by Christian Newswire: CHARAGMA is the Greek term for mark, scratch, or stamp (as a badge of servitude) which comes from CHARAX; that term can mean: TO SHARPEN TO A POINT, A STAKE, A PALISADE OR A RAMPART. The projected way to administer the Mark (scratch or stamp), i.e. the Quantum Dot Tattoo (QDT) to the …

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Trump Appointee And Bannon Acolyte Michael Pack Shreds Editorial “Firewall” At US State Media Agencies

NBC News reports: A senior U.S. official appointed by President Donald Trump has scrapped a federal regulation designed to protect the editorial independence of Voice of America and other U.S.-funded media outlets, amid accusations he is undermining the journalistic credibility of the broadcasters. Michael Pack, CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media who rescinded the editorial “firewall” regulation late …

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Bloomberg Funds $15M Last Minute Ads In TX, OH

The Texas Tribune reports: Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is funding a last-minute ad blitz on behalf of Joe Biden in Texas and Ohio, providing a boost to the former vice president as polls and a flutter of late campaign activity continue to show that the Lone Star State might be in play. A Bloomberg spokesperson told The Texas Tribune on Tuesday …

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Putin Reinstates National Mask Mandate Amid Surge

The Moscow Times reports: Russia has reinstated a nationwide mask mandate starting Wednesday amid a record-setting second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, consumer safety watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has announced. Russians will be required to wear masks in all crowded places, including public transport, taxis, parking lots and elevators, Rospotrebnadzor said Tuesday. The new nationwide rules come amid widespread reports of hospital …

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