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Anti-Vax Woman Is “Struggling With Severe COVID”

“I want to thank you for appreciating that I can’t have my camera on tonight. I’ve been struggling with COVID pretty severely lately and I’m just not suitable for cameras. So thank you so much for just letting me speak and then I’ll hand things off to Leo.” – Michele Bachmann, speaking this weekend on a Christian “prayer call” conducted …

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Jury Finds “Eye-Gouger” Ex-Cop Guilty On All Counts

CNN reports: A former New York City police officer was convicted Monday of assaulting a Washington, DC, police officer during the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. Thomas Webster, who claimed he was defending himself when he swung a metal flagpole at police and tackled one to the ground, choking him by his chin strap, was convicted by a …

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Riot Panel Seeks Testimony By Brooks, Biggs, Jackson

The Associated Press reports: Three more House Republicans received requests Monday to voluntarily appear before the congressional committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection, including an Alabama Republican who says Trump is still pushing allies to help him overturn his loss in the 2020 election. The select committee sent letters to Reps. Mo Brooks, Andy Biggs and Ronny Jackson — three …

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Kushner To Publish White House Memoir In August

Axios reports: Jared Kushner will be out Aug. 9 with “Breaking History: A White House Memoir,” with the publisher promising never-before-reported tales from the 2016 campaign, the Russia investigation, impeachment and COVID. Kushner — one of the most powerful figures in the administration of his father-in-law, former President Trump — takes readers “inside debates in the Oval Office, battles at …

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WSJ: Grindr Sold User Location Data For Years

Engadget reports: Grindr’s past willingness to share sensitive data may have been more problematic than previously thought. The Wall Street Journal understands precise Grindr user location data was collected from the online ad network MoPub (once owned by Twitter) and put on sale through its partner company UberMedia (now UM) since “at least” 2017. The LGBTQ dating app curbed the …

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Hate Group Wins “Christian Flag” Case Before SCOTUS

NBC News reports: The Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday that the city of Boston violated the Constitution when it refused to let a local organization fly a Christian flag in front of city hall. While the case had religious overtones, the decision was fundamentally about free speech rights. The court said the city created a public forum, open to …

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Sydney Man Boasted About 1988 Murder Of Gay Man

The Associated Press reports: A man told police he killed American mathematician Scott Johnson in 1988 by pushing the 27-year-old off a Sydney cliff in what prosecutors describe as a gay hate crime, a court heard on Monday. Scott White, 51, appeared in the New South Wales state Supreme Court for a sentencing hearing after he pleaded guilty in January …

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FL Woman Jailed After Christian Rehab Facility Attempts Ex-Gay Torture, Ejects Her For Kissing Another Woman

The Orlando Sentinel reports: A Seminole County woman is appealing her conviction after a judge sentenced her to 120 days in jail earlier this month for violating her probation when she was kicked out of a Christian drug rehabilitation center for kissing another woman participating in the program, according to her attorney. In a phone interview from the Seminole jail, …

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WSJ: Disney Attack Has Chilled Speech By Other CEOs

The Wall Street Journal reports: In private meetings and coaching sessions over the past few weeks, top business leaders have been asking a version of the same question: How can we avoid becoming the next Walt Disney Co.? The fallout from the recent political spat between Disney and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has alarmed leaders across the corporate sphere, according …

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POLL: 6% Of Brits Say They Are “Practicing Christians”

The Christian Post reports: Only 6% of people in the United Kingdom identify as Christians while 42% say they are non-practicing Christians, but one in three non-Christians say they want to know more about Jesus Christ, according to the report of a new survey, Talking Jesus. As many as 70% of those who identify as Christians are white Brits, who …

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