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Mulvaney Turns On Giuliani: “This Isn’t A TV Program”

Politico reports: Former acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on Wednesday slammed Rudy Giuliani’s leadership of the Trump campaign’s election-related legal challenges, saying the effort to reverse the presidential race’s outcome “is not a television program” and should be handled by more experienced attorneys. “I’m still a little concerned about the use of Rudy Giuliani. It strikes me …

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Scam PAC Seeks To Cash In On “Stop The Steal” Idiots

Salon reports: The right-wing trolls behind the baseless “Stop the Steal” election fraud movement have launched a political action committee (PAC) to cash in on the false claim that the election was rigged against President Donald Trump, according to a filing posted this weekend on the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) website. The organization, called Stop the Steal PAC, shows signs …

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Trump Pays $3M To Launch Partial Wisconsin Recount

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports: President Donald Trump will seek a recount of ballots in liberal Dane and Milwaukee counties, hoping to overturn the election results in his favor. Trump’s campaign paid the state $3 million as of Wednesday morning to start a partial recount, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission. The campaign said it would seek a recount in …

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Trump-Approved Christian TV Host Taunts The FBI In Celebration Of FL Bill Allowing Citizens To Kill Looters

“This time we’re going to meet you in the streets. Come on left. We’re gonna meet you in the streets this time. You know what they’re doing here in Florida? “The governor wants a bill passed in Florida to empower citizens to shoot and kill looters and rioters. Yes, sir. Get it done, governor. The people are with you. “We’re …

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World’s First “Christian Airline” Set For 2021 Launch

The Christian Post reports: A nonprofit ministry is set to launch the first-ever Christian airline next year, providing a source of travel for missionaries seeking to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ across the globe. Judah 1, currently based out of Shreveport, Louisiana, has already carried small groups of missionaries to disaster areas and mission fields in its capacity as …

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Estimate: 3 Million Americans Contagious With COVID

The Washington Post reports: More than 3 million people in the United States have active coronavirus infections and are potentially contagious, according to a new estimate from infectious-disease experts tracking the pandemic. That number is significantly larger than the official case count, which is based solely on those who have tested positive for the virus. The vast — and rapidly …

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FAA Clears Boeing’s 737 Max To Resume Flying

Yahoo News reports: Boeing’s 737 Max is one large step closer to returning to American skies after being grounded for over a year and a half. The FAA has issued an order effectively clearing the 737 Max’s return to service once airlines follow key procedures. They’ll have to install Boeing’s updated software, use updated manuals and procedures, rework horizontal stabilizer …

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Berlin Police Fire Water Cannons On Covidiots [VIDEO]

The Associated Press reports: German police fired water cannons Wednesday at demonstrators protesting coronavirus restrictions in Berlin’s government district, after crowds ignored calls to wear masks and keep their distance from one another in line with pandemic regulations. As the cannons soaked protesters outside the landmark Brandenburg Gate, police in riot gear moved through the crowd carrying away some participants. …

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White House Task Force Issues Dire Warning To Pence: Surge Of COVID Patients Could Soon Overrun Hospitals

CBS News reports: Doctors on the White House Coronavirus Task Force stressed to Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday that the coronavirus pandemic situation is dire and only getting worse, two senior administration officials familiar with the meeting told CBS News. The doctors fear the U.S. could see an average of 1,500 deaths a day next week, and up to …

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HHS Cancels $15M Celebrity COVID Ad Campaign

Politico reports: The Health and Human Services department has scrapped a planned ad campaign featuring celebrities discussing Covid-19, a senior HHS official told a congressional oversight panel in a letter shared with POLITICO. The abandoned $15 million contract with Atlas Research, part of a larger $300 million taxpayer-funded campaign aimed at “defeating despair” over the pandemic, was conceived by a …

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