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Riot Suspect Nabbed After Wife Boasted On Facebook

Philadelphia’s ABC News affiliate reports: A Bucks County, Pennsylvania man has been arrested on charges linked to the January 6 Capitol insurrection, and it seems his wife is the one who inadvertently led investigators to him. While the 68-year-old suspect in this most recent arrest has no presence on social media, his wife does. And it was her now-deleted Facebook …

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Feds: Duggar Used “Linux Partition” To Evade Porn Filter

The Today Show reports: Devices confiscated revealed use of a network called Tor, which is a browser users can download to access the dark web and search anonymously, and makes it difficult for law enforcement to find these individuals. Special Agent Gerald Faulkner testified that a Linux partition, something that can divide a hard drive into two isolated sections, thereby …

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Texas AG Unblocks Some Twitter Critics Amid Lawsuit

The Texas Tribune reports: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has unblocked on Twitter the nine Texans who sued him after they say they were unconstitutionally blocked for criticizing him or his policies on the social media platform. In a lawsuit filed in April, a group of Texans said being blocked from viewing Paxton’s tweets from his @KenPaxtonTX account was a …

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Vermont Is 14th State To Ban Gay/Trans Panic Defense

The Vermont Digger reports: Republican Gov. Phil Scott signed into law Wednesday a ban on using the LGBTQ “panic” defense in court cases. Vermont is the 14th state to enact the ban. The new law, H.128, prevents a defendant at trial or sentencing from justifying violent actions by citing a victim’s actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. Such …

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Red-Caped Catholic Loons Protest Texas College Drag Show As “Sinful Attack On Natural Moral Law” [VIDEO]

Via email from TFP Student Action: A group of students gathered near the Rudder Tower plaza on Texas A&M’s campus, waving light blue and pink “transgender pride flags” and shouting, “We’re here! We’re queer! We’re fabulous, don’t f— with us!” On the opposite side of the Rudder Tower, some thirty Catholics carrying a statue of Our Lady of Fatima prayed …

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Major Cruise Line May Leave FL Over DeSantis Order

The Points Guy reports: The world’s third largest cruise company is prepared to pull its ships from Florida in the coming months if it has to comply with the state’s new law against vaccine mandates. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings president and CEO Frank Del Rio on Thursday suggested the company’s three brands — Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent …

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Perkins: Blame Dems For Evangelical Vaccine Refusers

Via email from hate group leader Tony Perkins: To add to the absurdity of it all, the Left is blaming evangelicals for creating distrust about the vaccine — when it’s the Democrats’ own optics that make everyone wonder: what’s the point? People get vaccinated and the ridiculous government restrictions remain unchanged. Now, let me just say up front — I’m …

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New York Sues Jacob Wohl For $2.75M Over Robocalls

The Daily Beast reports: New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Thursday that her office has filed a lawsuit against bumbling right-wing conspiracy theorists Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman over robocalls the pair allegedly made to suppress the Black vote ahead of the 2020 presidential election. James says 5,500 New Yorkers were affected; she’s asking for Wohl and Burkman to …

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Haters Likely To Force Vote On Mesa’s LGBT Rights Law

The Arizona Republic reports: A petition to undo Mesa’s newly minted nondiscrimination ordinance has enough voter signatures to head to the ballot. However, the referendum could still face challenges to knock it off the ballot. City and Maricopa County officials each reviewed the submitted signatures for the referendum effort and found there to be more than the roughly 9,100 needed …

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New York AG: Broadband Industry Behind Millions Of Fake FCC Comments In Opposition To Net Neutrality

Law & Crime reports: On the year former President Trump’s Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality, the regulator was inundated with more than 22 million comments. Nearly 18 million of them were fake, and some 40 percent of those came from an influence campaign linked to the broadband industry, New York Attorney General Letitia James found in a …

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