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Building on the momentum of the “Million MAGA March,” supporters of the president demanding “election integrity” have planned a bus tour through battleground states beginning Sunday in Florida. The “March for Trump”, organized by Women for America First, will launch in Palm Beach then wind its way through 16 states, concluding Dec. 12 in Washington,…

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(TABLET) — It was the kind of story that would once have had Matt Drudge deploying font sizes that newspapers used to reserve for declarations of war. On Oct. 14, Twitter and Facebook blocked users from spreading a New York Post article alleging that Hunter Biden had brokered meetings between his father, then the vice…

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Amid a federal judge’s continued refusal to rule on the Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case against Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, President Trump announced Wednesday he has pardoned his onetime national security adviser. Flynn pleaded guilty to making false statements to FBI agents in a case related to Robert Mueller’s special counsel Russia probe.…

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  The Amistad Project, a legal group promoting integrity in American elections, announced Wednesday it has filed a lawsuit against Georgia regarding more than 200,000 presidential-election ballots that either were unvalid or uncounted. The organization has filed similar suits in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. In Wisconsin, an emergency petition with the Wisconsin Supreme Court asserted there…

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By Jake Dima Daily Caller News Foundation New York City will erect coronavirus checkpoints at key entrances to the city ahead of Thanksgiving, a law-enforcement boss told Bloomberg News. Deputies will investigate and conduct checks on travelers from out-of-state cars and buses, and testing and tracing squads will issue quarantine orders, New York City Sheriff…

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(CNBC) — The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell on Wednesday, taking a breather after reaching a significant milestone, while traders pored over disappointing unemployment data. The 30-stock Dow slid about 170 points, or 0.7%. The S&P 500, meanwhile, dipped 0.3%. The Nasdaq Composite outperformed, rising 0.4%. Trading volumes were lighter than usual ahead of the…

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By Mary Margaret Olohan Daily Caller News Foundation The Denver mayor’s Twitter account told citizens to “avoid travel” 30 minutes before he boarded a flight to travel to his family for Thanksgiving. “Pass the potatoes, not COVID,” the account for Denver Mayor Michael Hancock tweeted 30 minutes before he boarded the plane, according to 9News.…

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Even by Adam Schiff standards, it’s shameless. The California congressman, who made his name among many Americans as possibly the foremost serial liar of the Democrats’ “Russia collusion” hoax,  managed to distinguish himself even further on Wednesday with his duplicitous reaction to word that President Donald Trump was reportedly considering a pardon for one-time National…

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Former President Barack Obama, attempting to explain why a historic number of Hispanic voters supported President Trump, claimed they ignored “racist” policies and statements because Trump “supports their views on gay marriage.” “People were surprised about a lot of Hispanic folks who voted for Trump,” Obama said Wednesday on “The Breakfast Club” podcast. “But there’s…

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While the national news media keep warning Americans to wear masks to help reduce the spread of coronavirus, some in the news business apparently don’t take that advice personally when they think the cameras are off. Case in point is Jonathan Karl, the chief White House correspondent of ABC News and president of the White…

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