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BREAKING: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At Age 87

NPR reports: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the demure firebrand who in her 80s became a legal, cultural, and feminist icon has died. The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from cancer. Architect of the legal fight for women’s rights in the 1970s, Ginsburg subsequently served 27 years on the nation’s highest court, becoming its most prominent …

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41% Of QAnon-Aware Republicans: It’s Good For USA

Pew Research reports: During this campaign, public attention to the once-obscure QAnon – a collection of connected conspiracy theories that has been declared a domestic terror threat by the FBI – has grown, with a few “Q” proponents running for Congress and Trump expressing support for at least one of them. The percentage of Americans who say they have heard …

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Covidiot FL Pastor Banned From Disney World [VIDEO]

Orlando’s NBC News affiliate reports: A man has been banned from Walt Disney World property after failing to comply with the company’s mask requirement, according to a video he posted on Facebook. “I’m kind of challenging this mask thing right now,” Roy Fields said in a Facebook video he streamed live from Disney’s Hollywood Studios this week. Fields runs a …

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White House Demanded Drug Makers Pay For $100 “Trump Cards” To Be Sent To Seniors Ahead Of Election

The New York Times reports: After months of heated accusations and painstaking negotiations, the White House and the pharmaceutical industry neared agreement late last month on a plan to make good on President Trump’s longstanding promise to lower drug prices. The drug companies would spend $150 billion to address out-of-pocket consumer costs and would even pick up the bulk of …

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Man Who Blocked Hurricane Relief For Puerto Rico Says He’s “The Best Thing That Ever Happened” To Them

The Independent reports: Donald Trump on Friday claimed he was the “best thing that ever happened to Puerto Rico,” despite personally blocking funding to the U.S. territory for years, even as the island tried to rebuild from the devastation of Hurricane Maria in 2017. “I have to say in a very nice way, very respectful way, I’m the best thing …

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Roger Stone: Black Lives Matter And Antifa Planning To Club People In The Suburbs To Suppress Voting [VIDEO]

Media Matters has the transcript: ROGER STONE: What I said was I urged [President Donald Trump] to use both Insurrection Act and declare martial law if there was overwhelming and blatant and flagrant evidence of election fraud — as would be his legal right as the sitting president of the United States. ERIC METAXAS (HOST): I mean it wouldn’t just …

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DHS: White Supremacists Greatest Threat To Election

The Nation reports: The assessment, dated August 17 of this year and marked for official use only, provides an overview of different threats to the election. Threats are said to include not just white supremacists but also individuals wary of the government’s Covid-19 restrictions, Second Amendment extremists, and confrontations between protesters and counterprotesters. The report reads: “We continue to assess …

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Joe Rogan Sorry For Lying About “Left-Wing” Arsonists

Mediaite reports: Podcast host Joe Rogan issued an apology on Friday afternoon, after he spread a debunked report about forest fires being started in Oregon by “left-wing people.” The host of The Joe Rogan Experience made his initial comments about the false conspiracy theory, which gained traction on social media, Thursday — claiming that in Oregon “they’ve arrested left-wing people …

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Trump Now Promising COVID Vax For All By April 2021

The Washington Post reports: Earlier in the week, Trump challenged CDC Director Robert Redfield when Redfield said a coronavirus vaccine wouldn’t be widely available to the public until the middle of next year. Trump claimed Redfield was “confused” by the question and misspoke. “I think he made a mistake with that statement,” Trump said Wednesday. “When he said it, I …

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Eric Idle Vows To Sue GOP Over Monty Python Song

The Hill reports: English actor and comedian Eric Idle on Friday threatened to sue the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) for using a Monty Python song in a political attack ad released Tuesday. Idle, a member of legendary British comedy group, tweeted that the congressional committee had “stolen” Monty Python’s “Lumberjack Song” in an ad criticizing Democratic Rep. Cindy Axne …

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