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New NYC Council Member Barred From Chamber After Refusing To Show Vax Proof: “This Isn’t Nazi Germany”

NY1 reports: City Council member Vickie Paladino told NY1 she’ll never disclose if she’s vaccinated against COVID-19. “It’s just nobody’s business whether I am or not. See, it’s called medical freedom,” she said, stressing that she’s anti-mandate, not anti-vaccine. “I don’t need to show you my papers. This is not Nazi Germany,” the newly elected Queens Republican said. That staunch …

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Faulty Doors Cited Multiple Times Before Fatal NYC Fire

The New York Post reports: City inspectors previously repeatedly cited The Bronx high-rise where 17 people died in a fire for failing to maintain its self-closing apartment doors — a key defense against rapidly spreading blazes. Fire Commissioner Dan Nigro singled out malfunctioning self-closing doors during a Monday press conference as a key reason smoke from the flames quickly engulfed …

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Miller: Anti-White Racism Will Destroy America [VIDEO]

Media Matters has the transcript: STEPHEN MILLER: This is where it’s going and this is just the beginning. The left’s goal is power and they’ve figured out that the way they can accumulate power, power over your healthcare decisions, power over your finances, power over life and death is to use race as their cudgel. To use race as their …

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US Again Breaks Daily Record With 1.35M New Cases

Reuters reports: The United States reported 1.35 million new coronavirus infections on Monday, according to a Reuters tally, the highest daily total for any country in the world as the spread of the highly contagious Omicron variant showed no signs of slowing. The previous record was 1.03 million cases on Jan. 3. A large number of cases are reported each …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

NBC News reports: And the category is…Golden Globes history. On Sunday, Michaela Jaé “Mj” Rodriguez, 31, took home a Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama for her role as housemother and nurse Blanca on the FX show “Pose.” It marks the first time in history a transgender actor has won a Golden Globe. This is also the …

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Staver: Military Religious Vax Exemptions Are A “Ruse”

Via email from hate group leader Mat Staver: As a result of Liberty Counsel’s case, Navy SEAL 1 v. Biden, Florida federal judge Steven Merryday ordered each branch of the military to file a detailed report regarding religious exemptions from the COVID-19 shot every 14 days beginning Friday, January 7, 2022. The filings received by the court last week show …

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Sub-Zero: Rare Frostbite Warning Issued For NYC

New York City’s NBC News affiliate reports: An arctic airmass is slated to blast the tri-state area for the next two days at least. Wind chills will be near or below zero through the frigid span. The core of the cold air sinks in overnight, bringing feels-like temperatures below zero Tuesday morning, including in New York City. A wind chill …

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Johnson: Dems Forced Me To Break My Reelection Vow

Fox News reports: Republican Sen. Ron Johnson said it was his “intention” to complete his second term in the Senate and return home to Wisconsin, but told Fox News in an exclusive interview Monday that Democrats are governing in a “very divisive and destructive manner” and he “can’t walk away” when he feels he can “make a real difference.” Johnson, …

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Anti-Vaxxers Are Claiming Booster Killed Bob Saget

The Daily Dot reports: The death of actor Bob Saget is already proving to be fodder for anti-vaccine conspiracy theorists. They’re convinced he was killed by the COVID-19 vaccine. Saget’s cause of death hasn’t been revealed, but to anti-vaxxers, his death could only have been caused by the vaccine. The sole shreds of evidence for such rumors appears to be …

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KS Pair Gets Two Years Probation Each On Riot Charges

Law & Crime reports: A pair of Kansas retirees who admitted to unlawfully entering the Capitol on Jan. 6 have been sentenced to two years of probation and 60 hours of community service. Esther Schwemmer, 56, and her friend Jennifer Parks, 61, entered the building after the barricades had been overturned and the windows and doors had been broken. Prosecutors …

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