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Cultist Pennsylvania US Senate Candidate Sean Parnell Drops Out Of Race After Losing Custody Of His Children

Politico reports: Pennsylvania Republican Sean Parnell is suspending his campaign for Senate, according to a person told of the decision. Parnell, who was endorsed in the race by former President Donald Trump, lost a fight for custody of his children earlier Monday to his estranged wife, who had accused him of abuse in court testimony. Parnell called Trump to inform …

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QAnon Nuts Return To Dallas To Await JFK Jr. [VIDEO]

Raw Story reports: WBAP news director Eric Bushman posted some video footage of the QAnon faithful gathered in Dealey Plaza, which is the location where the late President Kennedy was shot in 1963. Among other things, one supporter drove a red QAnon truck that featured messages painted on the side that included statements such as “Trump won 2020” and “WWG1WGA,” …

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Waukesha Suspect Charged With 5 Counts Of Murder

CBS News reports: Darrell Brooks, 39, was charged with five counts of murder after he allegedly plowed through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday, killing at least five and injuring dozens more. Brooks, who has a lengthy criminal record, was taken into custody near the scene after a Waukesha police officer opened fire to try to stop the …

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US Listed As “Backsliding Democracy” For First Time

The Washington Post reports: The United States for the first time was added to a list of “backsliding democracies” in a report released Monday by the Stockholm-based International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. “The United States, the bastion of global democracy, fell victim to authoritarian tendencies itself, and was knocked down a significant number of steps on the democratic …

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House Panel Seeks Interview With Trump’s FDA Head

The Hill reports: The House subcommittee investigating the U.S. response to the coronavirus wants to question Stephen Hahn, former President Trump’s Food and Drug Administration commissioner, about attempts to improperly interfere with the agency’s review of COVID-19 therapeutics and vaccines. The committee on Monday sent a letter to Hahn asking him to sit for an interview on Dec. 16, and …

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IN Man Charged With Bringing Loaded “Hollow-Point” Revolver To Capitol Riot, Later Claimed Gun Was Stolen

Indianapolis’s Fox News affiliate reports: A Shelbyville man is under arrest for carrying a loaded gun on Capitol grounds and assaulting law enforcement officers during the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Mark Andrew Mazza, 56, is charged with illegal possession of a firearm on Capitol grounds, civil disorder and assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers with a …

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MAGA Senate Candidate Loses Custody Of His Kids

The Pittsburgh Tribune reports: The judge presiding over the custody case of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sean Parnell on Monday awarded primary custody of his three children to his estranged wife. Laurie Snell and Parnell separated in 2018. They have three children, ages 12, 11 and 8. During her testimony on the first day of the Butler County custody trial …

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Organizer Of Buses To DC Gets Sentenced To 60 Days

The Huffington Post reports: A Jan. 6 defendant who prosecutors say had a “front-row seat” to the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol was sentenced to 60 days in prison on Monday. Frank Scavo, who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge in September, organized buses that took about 200 people to Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. His plea agreement included …

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US COVID Cases Spiking Ahead Of Holiday Weekend

The New York Times reports: Federal medical teams have been dispatched to Minnesota to help at overwhelmed hospitals. Michigan is enduring its worst case surge yet, with daily caseloads doubling since the start of November. Even New England, where vaccination rates are high, is struggling, with Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire trying to contain major outbreaks. Nationally, case levels remain …

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