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NYC Mayor Defers To Ethics Board On Brother’s Job

Gothamist reports: When Mayor Eric Adams decided to appoint his brother, Bernard Adams, as head of his security detail, it attracted renewed attention to a small city agency charged with holding the conduct of city elected officials and employees to certain ethical standards: the New York City Conflicts of Interest Board (COIB). When asked about the appointment, which comes with …

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YouTube Suspends Dan Bongino For COVID Lies

The Hill reports: YouTube took action against conservative commentator Dan Bongino’s channel Friday, suspending it for violating the platform’s COVID-19 misinformation policy and demonetizing it for at least 30 days. The week-long posting suspension stems from a video where Bongino said that masks are “useless” in stopping the spread of the disease. YouTube’s COVID-19 policy specifically prohibits content denying the …

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GOP Senator Readies Bill To Force Fauci To Disclose His Finances (Which Are Already Public Under Federal Law)

Salon reports: Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., announced on Thursday that he plans to introduce the “Fauci Act” following a tense exchange with Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier this week.  The bill – dubbed the Financial Accountability for Uniquely Compensated Individuals (FAUCI) Act – reportedly seeks expand public knowledge around Fauci’s compensation as a government official. “As the highest-paid …

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Olympians Told To Use Burner Phones While In China

USA Today reports: Olympic athletes from several countries – including the United States – are being encouraged to leave their personal cell phones and laptops at home next month due to cyber surveillance concerns at the 2022 Beijing Winter Games. Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant first reported Tuesday that the Dutch Olympic Committee is “anticipating Chinese surveillance during the Games” and …

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Rioter Who Thought He Broke Into WH Gets Probation

Law & Crime reports: The Florida doctor who lost his marriage, job, and home after he entered the Capitol on Jan. 6 and later bragged about it has been sentenced to one year of probation, including two months of home detention. Kenneth Kelly, 59, and his friend Leonard Gruppo had traveled together from Florida to attend Donald Trump’s rally on …

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GOP West Virginia Gov: The Vaccine Just Saved My Life

CNN reports: West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said he was feeling better, two days after a COVID-19 diagnosis, according to a statement from the governor’s office. “Thankfully, I am feeling much better today,” Justice said. “I desperately want to get out of this house and back to serving our state. I am not one to lay around.” The governor continues …

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REPORT: Netanyahu On Verge Of Accepting Plea Deal

The Times Of Israel reports: Prosecutors are reportedly fuming over reports that former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been holding secret talks with the attorney general over a plea deal in his corruption trial, which is now said to be just awaiting Netanyahu’s final approval. Meanwhile, political forces believe a plea deal that removes Netanyahu from the political sphere could …

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Alex Jones Blames Cruz For Arrests Of Oath Keepers

“We’ve asked why Ray Epps hasn’t been arrested. And that’s really what’s happening here. Stewart Rhodes has been indicted for doing absolutely nothing and not calling for a breach in the Capitol to cover up for Ray Epps because Sen. Ted Cruz and others brought it up in Congress as one of the top trending stories on Google, Twitter, Facebook, …

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