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Trump Shares Meme Comparing Himself To Jesus

The Insider reports: Former President Donald Trump shared a post on his Truth Social account on Friday, declaring him as “second” only to Jesus. The post by Truth Social user @austinnegrete said: “Jesus is the Greatest. President @realDonaldTrump is the second greatest.” It accompanied an image of a painting of Jesus by artist Dan Wilson. Trump “ReTruthed,” or reposted, the …

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Cultist Challenger Mocks Plot To Murder Michigan Gov

The Michigan Advance reports: Republican gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon’s repeated comments mocking the foiled plot to kidnap and assassinate Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer have drawn widespread condemnation. On Friday morning, the Republican appeared at a pro-Dixon superPAC event in Troy with former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway and criticized Whitmer’s business record as governor. Standing in front of a sign that …

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Arizona Judge Imposes Abortion Ban Written In 1864

The New York Times reports: A judge on Friday ruled that a near-total abortion ban written before Arizona became a state must be enforced, throwing abortion access into question one day before the start of a 15-week ban that passed the Legislature this year. The stricter ban, which can be traced to 1864, was blocked by a court injunction in …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Variety reports: Somewhere over the rainbow, indeed! Kenya Barris tells me that LGBTQ representation will be featured in his “Wizard of Oz” remake. “The original was an allegory and a reflection of the way the world was at the time with things like the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl,” says Barris, who will write and direct the reimagining for …

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NPR: Carbon Dioxide Shortage Imperils Beer Supply

NPR reports: Carbon dioxide has no taste, no odor, and no color — but it’s a vital ingredient in the beer business, from putting frothy bubbles in brews to blocking oxidization that makes beer taste stale. But brewers are now worried that a carbon dioxide shortage could force production cuts and price hikes. It’s the latest threat to an industry …

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Republicans Unveil “Commitment To America” Plan With Video Featuring Stock Images From Russia And Ukraine

The Huffington Post reports: House Republican leaders on Friday unveiled their “Commitment to America” agenda for 2023 ― and with it, an inspirational video full of scenes presented as exceptional imagery of America that were actually stock footage from Russia and Ukraine. The GOP’s video, “The Preamble to the Commitment to America,” opens with a narrator highlighting aspects of what …

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New TN License Plates Identify Godless Heathens

Driving.com reports: Thanks to a new formatting adjustments being rolled out on new license plates across Tennessee, you will now find three types of drivers in the U.S. state: those who trust in God, those who don’t trust in God, and those pretending to trust in God to avoid being targeted by police and others. The new blue-and-white plates are …

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TN Gov Declares “Day Of Prayer, Fasting, And Humility”

Via press release from Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee: WHEREAS, we acknowledge God’s sovereignty and the need for God’s grace over our state and our nation; and WHEREAS, we walk humbly together with God in hope so that we may act with justice, kindness and love, no matter the circumstance; and WHEREAS, we seek forgiveness for our many transgressions so that …

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DeSantis Requests Federal Aid Ahead Of Hurricane

Orlando’s NBC affiliate reports: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a State of Emergency in 24 Florida counties as the state braces for the potential impacts of Tropical Depression 9, according to a news release sent Friday afternoon. DeSantis has also asked for a federal pre-landfall Emergency Declaration ahead of the storm. The governor’s office said the declaration will make …

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Florida’s “Election Crimes” Cop Dies Of Heart Attack

Florida Politics reports: Longtime Republican government official Pete Antonacci, who was serving as the head of Florida’s new election police unit, has died after suffering a major heart attack. Gov. Ron DeSantis had named Antonacci to lead the Office of Election Crimes and Security less than four months prior. The Office of Election Crimes and Security, which works closely with …

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