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Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio Loses Bid For Small Town Mayor

The Associated Press reports: Joe Arpaio, the 90-year-old former Arizona sheriff who was a once powerful figure in Republican politics but was ousted nearly six years ago amid frustration over his headline-grabbing tactics and legal troubles, was defeated Wednesday in a race for mayor of the affluent suburb where he has lived for more than two decades. His defeat in …

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Fox News Host Claims FBI Bugged Mar-A-Lago [VIDEO]

“So this librarian gets the Feds involved and they’re working with Trump all year to get boxes back to the Archives. Trump’s cooperating. They even visited Mar-a-Lago. He poked his head in and said hi to the Feds. “The Feds said, ‘Lock it up and keep it secure.’ Next thing you know, 30 guys with guns show up, show Trump’s …

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Fox Guest: Vax Killed Hundreds Of Thousands In US

Media Matters has the transcript: STEVE KIRSCH (GUEST): They told — the agencies, the FDA, the CDC, the NIH said that these vaccines were safe and effective. And when I started seeing my friends die and be injured and I started looking at the data, there was no question that this vaccine is the most dangerous vaccine ever created by …

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NBC News: Trump Invoked The Fifth Over 440 Times

NBC News reports: Former President Donald Trump invoked his Fifth Amendment right more than 440 times Wednesday in refusing to answer questions at a deposition by lawyers for New York Attorney General Letitia James, who is investigating the Trump Organization’s business practices, a source with knowledge of the session told NBC News. Shortly after arriving at that court-ordered interview under …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Variety reports: Armie Hammer, the embattled actor who was accused of sexual abuse in early 2021, is the focus of a forthcoming Discovery+ docuseries, which also delves into his family history. The three-part series, “House of Hammer,” investigates accusations against Hammer — which he has emphatically and repeatedly denied through lawyers — including messages that he allegedly sent to women …

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POLL: 70% Want Abortion Rights On Their State Ballot

USA Today reports: Americans overwhelmingly would like to be able to vote on an abortion measure on their state ballot, an exclusive USA TODAY/Ipsos Poll finds. And if they had the chance, they would oppose efforts to ban the procedure by almost 2-1. The survey, taken in the aftermath of the stunning defeat in Kansas last week of a proposal …

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Disney Passes Netflix In Total Streaming Subscribers

Deadline Hollywood reports: Walt Disney’s total DTC subscribers all in totaled 221.1 million for the company’s fiscal third quarter ended in June. That was a big beat for Disney+ and its parent, and also marked the first time anyone has passed Netflix in total streaming subs. Netflix reported 220.67 million total global subs, after losing almost 1 million for the …

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Homocon Site Promotes Protest At FBI Headquarters

The Daily Beast reports: Enraged after a team of FBI agents searched Donald Trump’s Florida residence, right-wing media has turned to promoting a pro-Trump rally of sorts outside the FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Sunday. “Adam Hardage is calling on fellow veterans and Americans of all walks to join him Sunday 8/14 at the FBI HQ in Washington DC …

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Trump Droned “Same Answer” To NY AG For Four Hours

The New York Times reports: The New York State attorney general, Letitia James, sat across from Donald J. Trump as he repeatedly declined to answer questions, invoking his right against self-incrimination during a deposition on Wednesday, according to one of Mr. Trump’s lawyers. The lawyer, Ronald P. Fischetti, said that over the course of about four hours, with several breaks, …

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Florida Sheriff Accused Of Offering Jobs To Multiple Candidates In Return For Dropping Out Of Their Races

Florida Today reports: In the weeks since two Republican candidates said that Wayne Ivey offered to land them political jobs worth up to $50,000 a year if they left their races and backed his favored contenders, the Brevard County Sheriff’s election meddling controversy has widened. Now, another candidate has come forward, saying that Sheriff Ivey also tried to interfere in …

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