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Biden To Announce “Historic Partnership” In Which Merck Will Help J&J Manufacture And Distribute Vax

The Washington Post reports: President Biden will announce Tuesday that pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. will help make Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot coronavirus vaccine — an unusual pact between fierce competitors that could sharply boost the supply of the newly authorized vaccine, according to senior administration officials. Under the arrangement, Merck will dedicate two facilities in the United States to …

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Maddow: Why Did Trump Keep His Vaccination Secret?

Mediaite reports: MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow was perplexed Monday night over why former President Donald Trump got the coronavirus vaccine in January and didn’t publicly disclose it. “What possible benefit was there to him to keep that secret from the public? I mean, think about all the good that could have done!” she said. Maddow recalled recent reporting from the New …

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Archdiocese: Don’t Get J&J’s Immoral “Abortion” Vax

From the Archdiocese of New Orleans: The Archdiocese of New Orleans, in light of guidance from the Vatican, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and The National Catholic Bioethics Center affirm that though there was some lab testing that utilized the abortion-derived cell line, the two vaccines currently available from Pfizer and Moderna do not rely on cell lines …

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Fox Quack Blames Lockdown For Low Sperm Counts

“Lockdown libido occurs when everybody is shut down for too long. You know what they do? They gain weight. They get obese. You know what obesity does? Drives down testosterone and sperm counts. “You drink more alcohol. You know what alcohol does? It makes estrogen out of testosterone, your sperm counts drop. Smoking cigarettes, which everyone is doing more and …

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GA House Passes Sweeping Voter Suppression Bill

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: A bill to restrict ballot drop boxes, require more ID for absentee voting and limit weekend early voting days passed the Georgia House on Monday amid protests that the proposals would make it harder for voters to participate in democracy. The House voted along party lines, 97-72, on the sweeping elections bill supported by Republicans who …

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Memo Lays Out GOP Plan To Flip US House In 2022

Axios reports: House Republicans will reclaim their majority in 2022 by offering candidates who are women, minorities or veterans, a memo obtained by Axios says. The document, drafted by a super PAC blessed by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, names top Democrats to target — Jared Golden of Maine, Matt Cartwright of Pennsylvania and Ron Kind of Wisconsin — and …

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Hawley Has Voted Against All Biden Cabinet Nominees

CNN reports: Republican Sen. Josh Hawley on Monday defended his role as the only US senator to oppose every one of President Joe Biden’s Cabinet nominees, insisting that he evaluates each pick individually. “I take them one at a time, if there is someone I think will be good to Missouri, that I can defend to my voters, somebody who …

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Jordan Demands House Hearing On “Cancel Culture”

Fox News reports: The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee Jim Jordan on Monday is calling on Chairman Jerrold Nadler to hold a hearing to “address the scourge of cancel culture” in the United States, amid what he called a “dangerous trend” of “silencing and censoring certain political speech.” In a letter to Nadler, D-N.Y., obtained by Fox News, …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

New today from our pal Matt Baume: The sitcom Bewitched is one of the queerest shows I’ve ever seen — which is a little strange, since it’s about a straight couple. Just a few years later, Soap had gay characters; Mary Hartman Mary Hartman had a gay couple; MASH had a gay coming-out episode. Bewitched never had any of that. …

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Romney “Knocked Unconscious” In Fall At Home, Jokes He Got Black Eye And Stitches From Attending CPAC

The New York Post reports: Sen. Mitt Romney was knocked unconscious when he fell in Boston over the weekend, leaving him with “a lot of stitches” and a black eye. “I took a fall. Knocked me unconscious. But I’m doing better,” Romney told reporters on Capitol Hill Monday night. The Utah Republican said he was visiting his grandchildren when he …

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