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Fine Print Reveals Donations Under $8000 To Trump’s Election Challenges Actually Go To Trump/RNC PACs

Reuters reports: As President Donald Trump seeks to discredit last week’s election with baseless claims of voter fraud, his team has bombarded his supporters with requests for money to help pay for legal challenges to the results: “The Left will try to STEAL this election!” reads one text. But any small-dollar donations from Trump’s grassroots donors won’t be going to …

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Ohio Gov: COVID Is Jeopardizing Health Care Staffing

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: As coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine threatened to order bars, restaurants and fitness centers closed in one week if newly confirmed cases continue to increase. During an evening address to Ohioans, DeWine said that the current surge presents a different challenge than in the spring, when the main concern was …

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Trump’s 238 Pages Of Michigan Affidavits Are Just Complaints About “Rude Behavior, Unpleasant Looks”

The Washington Post reports: On Wednesday, President Trump’s campaign asked a federal judge to take a drastic step: block the state of Michigan from certifying the results of its presidential election. President-elect Joe Biden now leads Trump by about 148,000 votes there. To back up that lawsuit, Trump’s campaign had promised “shocking” evidence of misconduct. Instead, the campaign produced 238 …

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Trump Tweets Debunked “Election Fraud” Clip [VIDEO]

Reuters reports: Videos showing workers picking up mail-in ballots from ballot drop boxes in Los Angeles “after Election Day” have been shared thousands of times on social media. Some users referring to the videos allege the scene is proof of “election fraud”. This is false. L.A. County officials told Reuters that these ballots were collected on Nov. 4 but were …

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Cultist Jon Voight: This Is A “Battle Against Satan”

The New York Daily News reports: And the winner for best actor in a melodramatic work of fantasy fiction is — Jon Voight. The “Deliverance” actor posted a creepy monologue on Twitter Wednesday urging Americans to join him in battling “this lie that Biden has been chosen” as the next president. The 81-year-old actor claimed “there will be a price …

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Rubio Calls For GOP Reset, May Run For WH In 2024

Axios reports: After the 2020 election, Republicans need to rebrand their party as the champions of working-class voters and steer away from its traditional embrace of big business, Sen. Marco Rubio said in an interview with Axios. Why it matters: Rubio told me he is leaving the door open for a 2024 presidential run — so his comments are some …

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Giuliani’s WH Party Guest, Two WH Aides Test COVID+

Bloomberg News reports: At least three more people in President Donald Trump’s orbit — including White House political director Brian Jack — have tested positive for coronavirus, widening the latest outbreak to ravage the West Wing. Jack, who attended Trump’s election night event in the East Room of the White House, and one of his aides both tested positive for …

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New York Bars And Restaurants Get New 10PM Curfew

Eater New York reports: New York restaurants and bars that hold liquor licenses will have to abide by a new nightly curfew, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today, as the state and region grapples with a growing uptick in COVID-19 cases. Restaurants and bars across the state have been ordered to close indoor and outdoor dining nightly at 10 p.m. starting …

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Trump Team Suddenly OK With Media Calling Alaska

The Daily Beast reports: Prominent Trumpsters, after claiming for days that election results were fraudulent and media outlets were in no place to announce winners, celebrated a call by media outlets on Wednesday that Trump and Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan had won Alaska. The Trump campaign and GOP have made unproven accusations of ballot fraud and irregular counting in several …

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Atlanta Paper Roasts Republican Senators For Baseless GA Voter Fraud Allegations: “This Marks A New Low”

From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution editorial board: Even in an election year where standards of fair play seem to plummet with each passing day, Monday’s attack by Georgia’s U.S. senators marked a new low. Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue called on Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to resign, alleging that he had “failed the people of Georgia” and “failed …

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