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Yo, Semites! Let’s All Take A Trip To Thighland [VIDEO]

Days after earning ridicule for pronouncing the name of one of the country’s most famous national parks as “Yo-Semite,” today your Glorious Leader paid tribute to the leaders of Thighland, the legendary land of thick, meaty quadriceps and hamstrings. Word has it that Thighland is somewhere near Tanzaynia or maybe, Nambia. Trump mispronounces Thailand as “Thighland” pic.twitter.com/PgTRnHpAA8 — The Recount …

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FL Lifts Quarantine Rules For Visitors From NY, NJ, CT

The New York Daily News reports: You can go to Disney World now — if you dare. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) on Thursday finally rescinded coronavirus quarantine rules on people coming to Florida from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, months after the tri-state area tamed the pandemic. DeSantis, who is facing harsh criticism for allowing the pandemic to rage …

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Trump In Ohio: Biden Isn’t All There, “No Religion, No Anything, He Hurt The Bible, Hurt God, Against God”

Mediate reports: After praising his own leadership, Trump turned toward his 2020 election rival and told his supporters “I wouldn’t say he’s at the top of his game, would you?” Trump went on to claim that Biden’s presidency would lead to a financial crash, that the ex-veep is a conduit for “the radical left agenda,” and that Biden will “destroy …

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Bible Camp Students Hazed With Cream On Genitals

The Roys Report reports: Students attending a camp run by the Chicago-area megachurch, Harvest Bible Chapel, were subjected to hazing that included humiliating “punishments” and something called the “Icy Hot Challenge,” according to a recent statement by the church. The hazing reportedly occurred from July 14-24 at Camp Harvest, a 650-acre, year-round camp in Newaygo, Michigan. The church said that …

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Initial Vax Supply Likely To Fall Short For Most At Risk

The Wall Street Journal reports: Initial supplies of any successful coronavirus vaccines are now expected to fall short of what is needed even for high-priority groups like health-care workers, forcing drugmakers and U.S. officials to grapple with the thorny question of who should be first in line. Public-health officials estimate more than 100 million Americans, including doctors and nurses, other …

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GOP Reps Sue TX Gov Over Contact Tracing Contract

The Texas Tribune reports: Five of the Texas Legislature’s most conservative members are suing Gov. Greg Abbott and state health officials, claiming Texas leaders overstepped their bounds when they awarded a major contract for tracking Texas’ coronavirus outbreak to a little-known technology firm. In a lawsuit filed Monday, Republican state Reps. Mike Lang, Kyle Biedermann, Bill Zedler, Steve Toth and …

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Trump: NRA Should Move To Texas For A Beautiful Life

Yahoo News reports: President Trump on Thursday suggested the National Rifle Association (NRA) relocate to Texas following a lawsuit from the New York attorney general seeking to dissolve the gun rights group. “I just heard about that. That’s a very terrible thing that just happened,” Trump said of the lawsuit while speaking with reporters outside the White House. “I think …

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GOP Ohio Gov Tests COVID+ Ahead Of Trump Meeting

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports: Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for the coronavirus on Thursday before he was supposed to greet President Donald Trump. DeWine took a COVID-19 test as part of the protocol to meet Trump on the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland. Trump planned to tour the Whirlpool plant in Clyde, Ohio, before attending a private …

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NOAA Update: Expect Up To 25 Named Storms In 2020

USA Today reports: The storms will keep rolling in. Forecasters from the federal government said Thursday that an “extremely active” hurricane season was likely for the Atlantic Basin, with as many as 25 named storms forming. This includes the nine named storms that have already formed: Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal, Dolly, Edouard, Fay, Gonzalo, Hanna and Isaias. “This is one of …

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Twitter To Label Posts From State-Run Media Outlets

Like most of their recent changes, this is long overdue: Twitter will start labeling the accounts of media outlets affiliated with the governments of countries on the U.N. National Security Council, it announced Thursday. The new labels won’t apply to all media outlets that receive government funding — only “outlets where the state exercises control over editorial content through financial …

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