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Airline: Creepy Intercom Noises Are “Mechanical Issue”

Los Angeles’s ABC affiliate reports: American Airlines says a mechanical issue was responsible for strange sounds coming from a plane’s public announcement system during a flight from LAX to Dallas. A viral video posted on social media showed one passenger’s reaction to the strange sounds, describing it as “somewhere between an orgasm and vomiting.” In the video, passenger Emerson Collins …

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MTG: Help Me Shoot Wild Hogs To Fight Communism

Mediaite reports: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA) has asked people to sign up for a chance to take flight above Texas with her to shoot feral hogs in a new campaign gimmick. Greene promised in a video released on YouTube Tuesday that ridding the Lone Star State of its wild swine will fight inflation, help farmers and finally accomplish the …

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Anti-Abortion Activist Pleads Not Guilty To Assault

Fox News reports: Catholic pro-life activist Mark Houck pleaded not guilty to federal charges on Tuesday after the FBI arrested him at his home in rural Pennsylvania last week in connection to an alleged altercation with an abortion escort outside an abortion clinic in October 2021. Houck has been accused of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) …

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Orlando Theme Parks To Close As Storm Shifts Track

The Orlando Sentinel reports: Universal Orlando Resort, including CityWalk, will close on Wednesday and Thursday, with tentative plans to reopen on Friday as conditions permit. Universal Orlando said its hotels are currently at full capacity and will remain operational. Walt Disney World has announced that the theme parks and Disney Springs will be closing. All Disney parks are scheduled to …

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McConnell Backs Electoral Count Reform Act [VIDEO]

The Washington Post reports: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has endorsed a bipartisan electoral count reform bill in the Senate, giving the legislation a key boost over a similar bill the House passed last week. Both bills seek to prevent future presidents from trying to overturn election results through Congress, and were directly prompted by the Jan. 6, 2021, …

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Tomorrow’s Jan. 6 Hearing Postponed Due To Hurricane

CNN reports: The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol postponed its hearing scheduled for Wednesday in light of Hurricane Ian heading toward Florida. The panel had originally scheduled a hearing for Wednesday to reveal new information it has uncovered since its last hearing on July 21, but the committee’s chairman, Democratic Rep. Bennie …

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Rioter Who Assaulted Officer Fanone Gets Seven Years

NBC News reports: Donald Trump fan who brought his teenage son along as he assaulted then-D.C. police officer Mike Fanone and another officer at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was sentenced to more than seven years in prison on Tuesday. Kyle Young, a 38-year-old HVAC worker from Iowa whose lawyer said was he “injected” with lies about the 2020 election …

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Fetterman +3 Over Oz In New Pennsylvania Senate Poll

Philadelphia’s Fox affiliate reports: A New Insider Advantage/FOX 29 Philadelphia poll shows Democratic nominee John Fetterman leading Dr. Mehmet Oz by a narrow margin in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate Race. The poll, which surveyed 550 likely voters, shows just how tight the race is between the top two candidates with just a few weeks left before election day on Nov. 8. …

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Trump: Dems Are A Greater Threat Than Any Country

“We had something special going two years ago. We were leading the world in every category, every group within our country was leading. African Americans, Asian Americans, women, men, Hispanics. Everybody was leading. Young people, old people. “They [Democrats] are looking to destroy the country. You know, I say it often, our challenge within, the danger from within, meaning people …

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West Virginia Gov: I Might Challenge Manchin In 2024

The Parkersburg News & Sentinel reports: Gov. Jim Justice said he may not be done with public office when his second term as governor concludes in 2024, and that a seat in the U.S. Senate just might pique his interest. The next time one of West Virginia’s two Senate seats is up is 2024, when the seat of current U.S. …

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