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Five “America First Groypers” Arrested In Capitol Riot

NBC News reports: Five people who federal investigators say are associated with the far-right group America First have been arrested in connection with last year’s attack on the U.S. Capitol. In addition to numerous criminal charges, they are accused of entering House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s conference room, according to a court filing. The Justice Department said in the filing that …

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Blumenthal +17 Over Trump Pick In New CT Senate Poll

Quinnipiac Polling reports: In the race for U.S. Senate in Connecticut, Democratic incumbent Richard Blumenthal, who’s seeking a third term, leads Republican challenger Leora Levy 57 – 40 percent. Democrats (97 – 2 percent) back Blumenthal, while Republicans (87 – 11 percent) back Levy. Independents are divided, with 48 percent backing Levy and 47 percent backing Blumenthal. Similar to the …

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Cultists Scream After 77 Newspapers Cancel “Dilbert”

Fox News reports: The “Dilbert” comic strip named after its title character struggling to make it up the corporate ladder and often pokes fun at office culture with satirical humor and social commentary has been canceled in nearly 80 markets, its author told Fox News. Scott Adams, who has written and illustrated the popular comic since 1989, said Lee Enterprises …

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Hate Group Sues Florida Orchestra Over Vax Mandate

Via email from hate group leader Mat Staver: Today, Liberty Counsel filed a lawsuit against Artis-Naples (“Naples Philharmonic”) in U.S. District Court for discriminating against three former employees who have sincere religious objections to the organization’s COVID-19 shot mandate. The employees—a clarinet, a violin and a viola player—are seeking reinstatement to their tenured jobs, and compensatory and punitive damages against …

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Reuters: Lindell Being Investigated For Identity Theft

Reuters reports: Mike Lindell, the My Pillow Inc chief executive and ally to former President Donald Trump, is under U.S. federal investigation for identity theft and for conspiring to damage a protected computer connected to a suspected voting equipment security breach in Colorado. The new details about the focus of the investigation were confirmed on Wednesday after Lindell’s attorneys uploaded …

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AP: QAnon Candidate Lied About Combat In Afghanistan

The Associated Press reports: Campaigning for a northwestern Ohio congressional seat, Republican J.R. Majewski presents himself as an Air Force combat veteran who deployed to Afghanistan after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, once describing “tough” conditions including a lack of running water that forced him to go more than 40 days without a shower. Military documents obtained by The Associated Press …

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FL Petitions SCOTUS To Ban Social Media “Censorship”

The Washington Post reports: Florida’s attorney general on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to decide whether states have the right to regulate how social media companies moderate content on their services, a move that sends one of the most controversial debates of the internet age to the country’s highest court. The petition is a response to a decision by the …

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Kelly +12 Over Masters In New Arizona Senate Poll

The Hill reports: Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) is leading his Republican challenger Blake Masters by a 12-point margin in the race to hold his seat in November, according to a new poll. An Ohio Predictive Insights (OHPI) poll released Wednesday found that Kelly is backed by 47 percent of likely voters, while Masters has support from 35 percent. Libertarian Marc …

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