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Trump: I Don’t Think I’ve Ever Spoken To Lev Parnas

USA Today reports: President Donald Trump and aides sought Thursday to distance him from a Soviet-born businessman who said Trump knew all about efforts to pressure Ukraine into investigating U.S. political rival Joe Biden – a pivotal point in the Senate impeachment trial of the president. “I don’t believe I’ve ever spoken to him,” Trump told reporters about Lev Parnas, …

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Kanye West’s New Buddy To Lead Boston Ex-Gay March

Earlier this week it was announced that Kanye West will rally with viciously anti-LGBT evangelicals Lou Engle and Cindy Jacobs. And speaking of Engle: The next Freedom March will be held in Boston, Mass on a Saturday April 18th, 2020. Freedom March is a collection of individuals that once lived the LGBTQ lifestyle but decided to leave that identity according …

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“Let Bolton Testify” Ad To Run Nightly On Fox News

The Hill reports: An anti-Trump Republican group is launching new ads urging senators to call witnesses as part of the impeachment trial that’s kicking off in the Senate. Republicans for the Rule of Law is spending $1 million to air two ads on “Fox and Friends” and “Lou Dobbs Tonight” every day next week, the group announced Thursday. The ads …

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Group Asks Court To Overturn Gun Ban At VA Gun Rally

The Associated Press reports: Gun-rights groups asked a judge Thursday to block Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam from banning guns on Capitol grounds during a massive pro-gun rally scheduled for next week. Northam on Wednesday announced a state of emergency and banned all weapons from the rally, citing threats that armed militia groups were planning to attend. The Virginia Citizens Defense …

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Nine Federal Agencies Propose Undoing Obama-Era Executive Order On Grants To Religious Organizations

NBC News reports: President Donald Trump on Thursday announced a series of new rules and guidance memos designed to push federal funds to religious organizations and advance prayer in public schools. The guidance comes amid a formal White House declaration recognizing Jan.16 as Religious Freedom Day. In a reversal of Obama-era requirements that tightly restricted religious organizations receiving taxpayer money, …

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Move To Withdraw Plea Postpones Flynn’s Sentencing

The Associated Press reports: A federal judge on Thursday postponed the sentencing of former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn, two days after Flynn moved to withdraw his guilty plea. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan did not immediately rule on Flynn’s request. Instead, in a brief written order, the judge asked for additional court filings on the matter over …

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LIVE VIDEO: Senators And SCOTUS Chief Get Sworn In

ABC News reports: A bipartisan group of senators has been appointed to escort Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts into the Senate chamber to be sworn in to preside over the impeachment trial. The group includes two Democrats and two Republicans. They were recommended by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. They are Roy Blunt, Republican …

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GOP Senator: 2020 Dems Should Recuse From Trial

Fox News reports: Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., says that the four Democratic senators running for president should recuse themselves from being jurors in President Trump’s upcoming impeachment trial in the Senate. “One hundred United States senators will be sworn in to serve in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Four of those senators must recuse themselves for their unparalleled …

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PANAMA: 10 Evangelicals Arrested In Torture Murders Of Six Children, Exorcisms, Victims Beaten With Bibles

The Guardian reports: Prosecutors in Panama have found the corpses of six children and one adult in a clandestine burial pit where a religious sect was found torturing indigenous people in exorcism rituals. Prosecutors said the victims ranged in age from one to 17, and that the adult was a pregnant woman who was the mother of five of the …

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FBI Arrests Alleged Nazis Ahead Of Virginia Gun Rally

The New York Times reports: The F.B.I. has arrested three men suspected of being members of a neo-Nazi hate group, including a former reservist in the Canadian Army, who had weapons and discussed traveling to a pro-gun rally next week in Richmond, Va., in anticipation of a possible race war. The men were taken into custody on Thursday morning as …

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