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Trump’s Lawyers Move To Block Sale/Release Of Biopic

Variety reports: Attorneys for Donald Trump have sent a cease and desist letter to the filmmakers behind “The Apprentice” in an effort to block its U.S. sale and release. It warns the team behind the film not to pursue a distribution deal, according to two people who have read the letter. “The Apprentice,” which looks at Trump’s early years as …

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Pence: Everyone Should Fly Alito’s Christian Nationalist Flag As It Demonstrates “Our Proud Heritage Of Faith”

“The controversy over Justice Alito flying the ‘Appeal to Heaven’ flag is absurd and anti-historical. The flag was commissioned by George Washington in 1775 for use on six cruiser ships intercepting British vessels at sea and became the maritime flag of Massachusetts. The flag draws its meaning from John Locke: “And where the Body of the People, or any single …

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UFC Fighter Says He’ll Home-School His Infant Son So He Doesn’t Turn Out To Be A “Satanic Gay Communist”

NBC News reports: American mixed martial artist Bryce Mitchell said he will be home-schooling his infant son because he doesn’t “want him to be gay.” “We’re going to have to home-school all our kids or they’re all going to end up turning gay,” Mitchell, 29, said in an Instagram video Wednesday while holding his son, Tucker, who he said was …

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Florida Is Using Far-Right Data To Cull Voter Rolls

NBC News reports: Florida wants local elections officials to use data collected by far-right activists, some of whom falsely believe the 2020 election was stolen, to potentially remove people from the state’s voter rolls, according to emails obtained by NBC News. The network of activists has been collecting voter data in 24 states, and on May 3, one of them …

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Cops: Illinois QAnon Felon Found With Pipe Bombs

Peoria’s NBC affiliate reports: 34-year-old Dalton Mattus will be back in court June 20th after being ordered held by a judge Wednesday, citing a concern for public safety. Mattus and a female driver were pulled over on Capitol Street in the early morning hours of May 17th. Police reportedly found a locked bag while searching the vehicle, where a loaded …

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Kennedy Loses Anti-Vax Suit Against Washington AG

Spokane’s CBS affiliate reports: A federal judge in Washington dismissed a lawsuit on Wednesday filed by former NBA player John Stockton and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. that aimed to block a state investigation into two doctors accused of spreading COVID misinformation. The lawsuit was filed in March in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington …

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Louisiana Governor Gets K-12 “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

The New Orleans Times Picayune reports: The Louisiana Senate passed legislation Thursday afternoon to forbid school staffers from talking to students in grades K-12 about sexual orientation or gender identity. House Bill 122 passed 28-7, with all Senate Republicans and two Democrats in support. It now heads to Gov. Jeff Landry, a Republican who has claimed without citing evidence that …

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