Monthly Archives: October, 2020

Virginia judge rules in partial favor of GOP-led election integrity lawsuit

A Virginia judge ruled partially in favor of a Republican-led lawsuit that sought to block mail-in ballots arriving after Election Day with missing or unreadable postmarks.

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Wisconsin governor calls for National Guard to assist at polls

About 400 members of the National Guard will be deployed in Wisconsin to compensate for any shortages of poll workers in the state for Tuesday’s presidential election, Gov. Tony Evers said Tuesday.

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Trump to follow Minnesota COVID rule limiting rally crowd to 250

Demonrats just don’t get it.  They can’t silence the will of the people. President Trump will limit his Rochester, Minn., rally audience to 250 people on Friday, in accordance with directives from Gov. Tim Walz intended to help address a spike in cases.

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Progressives eye top economic posts in potential Biden cabinet

There are a lot of rumors out there about who Joe Biden might tap to serve in his administration should he win, including two very progressive Democrats who are eyeing key economic roles.

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Hillary Clinton to serve as Democratic elector for NY

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confirmed that New York voters who choose the Democratic ticket for president on their ballots will technically be voting for her, along with the 28 others who will serve as presidential electors if their party wins in their state.

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New York City luxury buildings hire armed guards for possible Election Day unrest

New York’s ultra-rich are quietly preparing for civil unrest on Election Day — by hiring armed guards to stand watch over their luxury Manhattan buildings.

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‘Damning’ Hunter Biden documents mysteriously vanish in transit to Los Angeles, Tucker says

A shipment of “damning” documents linked to Hunter Biden and his father mysteriously disappeared in transit to Los Angeles, Fox News host Tucker Carlson revealed on his show Wednesday night.

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Supreme Court could still overturn Pennsylvania mail-in ballot deadline extension after election

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to fast track an appeal by Pennsylvania Republicans who oppose a three-day extension of the deadline for mail ballots to be received by election authorities — but the case could still be decided after Election Day, Justice Samuel Alito wrote in a statement conceding “there is simply not enough time” to issue a pre-election decision.

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DOJ Opens Probe Into NJ Veteran Homes With Many COVID Deaths

The U.S. Department of Justice has opened up a civil rights probe into New Jersey’s state-run veterans homes, saying the number of coronavirus deaths there have been understated by state officials who operate the facilities, Politico reported on Wednesday.

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Trump Blasts ‘Fake News’ for COVID-19 Coverage

Wednesday President Trump said the “Fake News Lamestream Media” is reporting only bad news regarding the pandemic because the election has yet to occur.

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