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Twitter Breach Exposed Users Of Anonymous Accounts

The Associated Press reports: A vulnerability in Twitter’s software that exposed an undetermined number of owners of anonymous accounts to potential identity compromise last year was apparently exploited by a malicious actor, the social media company said Friday. It did not confirm a report that data on 5.4 million users was offered for sale online as a result but said …

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Amazon Buys Roomba Maker In Order To Map Homes

Bloomberg News reports: Amazon.com Inc. hasn’t just bought a maker of robot vacuum cleaners. It’s acquired a mapping company. To be more precise: a company that can make maps of your home. The company announced a $1.7 billion deal on Friday for iRobot Corp., the maker of the Roomba vacuum cleaner. And yes, Amazon will make money from selling those …

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Adams Roasts Texas Gov For Busing Migrants To NYC

Politico reports: Mayor Eric Adams condemned Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday for sending buses of asylum seekers to New York City — some of them against their will. “This is horrific, when you think about what the governor is doing,” Adams said in an early morning visit to the Port Authority bus terminal, where he greeted a bus transporting …

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McConnell Rages Over “All You Can Eat” Climate Bill

Via press release from Sen. Mitch McConnell: The last time Senate Democrats tried to remake the economy on party lines, they shoved American families into the worst inflation in 40 years. Democrats got all-you-can-eat liberal spending and working families got stuck with the bill. In President Biden’s America, the average family is either paying thousands of dollars extra per year …

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Top General Vowed To Fight Trump “From The Inside”

The Hill reports: Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, chose not to resign after growing increasingly disillusioned with then-President Trump in 2020, according to an upcoming book, instead vowing to “fight from the inside” against what he perceived as an erratic and dangerous commander in chief. The revelations were revealed in an excerpt of “The …

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BOOK: Trump Wanted Generals To Be Loyal Like Nazis

The New Yorker reports: It turned out that the generals had rules, standards, and expertise, not blind loyalty. The President’s loud complaint to John Kelly one day was typical: “You fucking generals, why can’t you be like the German generals?” “Which generals?” Kelly asked. “The German generals in World War II,” Trump responded. “You do know that they tried to …

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Senate Poll Shows Demings And Rubio In Dead Heat

Florida Politics reports: Numbers from Progress Florida and Florida Watch show Sen. Marco Rubio and Democratic challenger Val Demings tied, each with 45% support from those polled. Demings holds even with Rubio in the polling despite remaining an unknown quantity to more than a third of Florida voters. Gauging the favorability of both candidates, pollsters from The Hub found 36% …

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GOP Michigan AG Nominee Breached Voting Machines

Reuters reports: The Republican nominee for Michigan attorney general led a team that gained unauthorized access to voting equipment while hunting for evidence to support former President Donald Trump’s false election-fraud claims, according to a Reuters analysis of court filings and public records. The analysis shows that people working with Matthew DePerno – the Trump-endorsed nominee for the state’s top …

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MTG Still Claims It Was Antifa Who Attacked The Capitol

Mediaite reports: After an eventful weekend at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Texas, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) appeared on MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s show rehashing her experience during the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol, maintaining the false claim that Antifa perpetrated the riots. On Lindell-TV, Greene discussed the events of January 6th saying that she …

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Toiletgate: Photos Show Papers Flushed By Trump

Axios reports: Maggie Haberman’s forthcoming book about former President Trump will report that White House residence staff periodically found wads of paper clogging a toilet — and believed the former president, a notorious destroyer of Oval Office documents, was the flusher. Destroying records that should be preserved is potentially illegal. Trump denied it and called Haberman, whose New York Times …

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