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Michelle Obama: Vote Early Or Vote By Mail [VIDEO]

NBC News reports: Former first lady Michelle Obama urged Americans to vote by mail or vote early ahead of the approaching November elections amid the coronavirus pandemic. Obama called on Americans to make sure they and those around them are registered to vote and are educated on their options for early voting or voting by mail. Her message was part …

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Christian News Outlet Claims Shooting Outside WH Was Assassination Plot By “The Democratic Party” [VIDEO]

Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: End Times conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles was broadcasting his “TruNews” program last night at the same time was President Donald Trump was pulled away from a press conference by a Secret Service agent after an officer shot a man who claimed to have a weapon near with White House. Wiles, a virulent anti-Semite, …

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Former FDA Head Wouldn’t Take New Russian Vaccine, Says They May Be Trying To “Goad US Into Early Action”

The Washington Post reports: The Russian government’s recent claims of a medical breakthrough with the “Sputnik V” coronavirus vaccine are churning intrigue around the world — and skepticism from several U.S. health experts. “I wouldn’t take it, certainly not outside a clinical trial right now,” former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said Tuesday during an appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” Gottlieb …

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Trump: Some NBA Players Are “Very Nasty, Very Dumb”

Fox Sports reports: In an interview on Fox Sports Radio Tuesday, the president was asked by host Clay Travis whether he believes it’s hypocritical for NBA players to attack him and protest during the national anthem while keeping silent on human rights violations in China — a nation with which the league does big business. “I haven’t noticed them sending …

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De Blasio Sued For Denying “Blue Lives Matter” Mural

The New York Post reports: A pair of pro-cop groups are suing Mayor Bill de Blasio after being denied a Blue Lives Matter mural akin to the one Black Lives Matter had splashed across Fifth Avenue, The Post has learned. The lawsuit, filed late Monday by Blue Lives Matter NYC and Standing up for NYC in the Southern District of …

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Massive Donation By Kodak Exec Spurs More Questions

Mother Jones reports: In late July, a wild chain of events occurred when the Trump administration decided to give Eastman Kodak, the film giant that went bankrupt in 2012, an unprecedented $765 million government loan through the Defense Production Act. The agreement was officially announced on July 28, but the previous day, the price of Kodak’s stock began to surge, …

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Fauci Contradicts Trump: COVID Isn’t “Disappearing”

Mediaite reports: Dr. Anthony Fauci called for universal mask-wearing and contradicted President Donald Trump’s claim that Covid-19 is “disappearing” in an interview with World News Tonight with David Muir Monday night. Trump has been criticized for repeatedly and falsely suggesting Covid-19 will disappear. In July, Trump said, “I think that at some point that’s going to sort of just disappear, …

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Right Wing News Site Is Run By Official Trump PAC

The Daily Beast reports: Donald Trump’s “official” super PAC has spent more than $25 million since last year to get the president re-elected. Now it’s trying a new tactic: the group, America First Action, has launched a news website. The site is called the American Herald, and it describes itself as “a conservative news platform designed to bring you all …

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NYT CEO Doubts Print Edition Will Exist In 20 Years

The Hill reports: Outgoing New York Times CEO Mark Thompson said he would be “surprised” in the newspaper still offered a print edition in 20 years, adding that he’s skeptical if advertising will ever return at pre-pandemic levels. “I believe the Times will definitely be printed for another 10 years and quite possibly another 15 years — maybe even slightly …

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Auckland On Lockdown Over First Cases In 102 Days

The Washington Post reports: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Tuesday the country had confirmed four new novel coronavirus cases, ending a more than 100-day streak without recording any community transmission. Auckland will move to impose new restrictions Wednesday afternoon though midnight Friday as officials assess the threat, Ardern said, and asked residents to stay home and take precautions. …

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