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  1. Whoever came up with the idea of blaming 1/6 on Pelosi, has no idea of all the ways that was a particularly stupid move. Nancy Pelosi will slice and dice and embarrass whoever tries to run with that. It will be the best entertainment you ever saw.
  2. Eric Boehlert: Can the media Both Sides an insurrection? They're gonna try Downplaying GOP coverup Eric Boehlert 1 hr ago snip// But the press is doing its best to portray the investigation as a partisan event, featuring sniping from Both Sides. (A feud!) “Jan. 6 Select Committee to Open Investigation Amid Political Chaos and Controversy,” read a Washington Post headline on Sunday, insisting a “cloud” hung over the proceedings. “What terrible, inaccurate framing,” tweeted Cornell University professor of American history Larry Glickman. “The story is not the supposed “clou
  3. He had a gun, but they were able to cobble together a plan.
  4. Never take a gun to a stone fight. A man who opened fire at a backyard party in Fort Worth early Monday, killing one and injuring three, died after being chased by fellow party-goers who threw landscaping bricks at him, Texas authorities said. Fort Worth police said the shooter, who was struck multiple times with at least one brick, was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. Police said the shooter had been attending the small backyard gathering at a home but became upset and left. He then returned and began argui
  5. DeSantis takes action against Ben & Jerry's for ending sales in Israeli-occupied areas Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is coming out against Ben & Jerry's over its recent decision to end sales of its ice cream in Israeli-occupied West Bank and east Jerusalem. In a letter to the State Board of Administration of Florida, DeSantis urged the agency to place Ben & Jerry's on its Continued Examination Companies that Boycott Israel List. It also called for the same to be done to Unilever, which it noted is “a publicly traded company in which Florida holds multiple investments” and t
  6. Rand Paul sends official criminal referral on Anthony Fauci to DOJ Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) made good on his threat to refer Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden and director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, to the Justice Department for allegedly lying to Congress about funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. As Changing America previously reported, Fauci said that the National Institutes of Health “has not ever and does not now fund gain-of-function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology” in resp
  7. I don't know, how do you get abused while in administrative custody, and while in supervised yard time? Sounds suspicious, the guy got witness protection once he leaves jail.
  8. Charlie Gerow, Pa. gubernatorial candidate, investigated for fatal Chester County crash Charlie Gerow, a Republican gubernatorial candidate, is under investigation for his involvement in a Chester County crash that killed a motorcyclist and shut down the Pennsylvania Turnpike for seven hours, according to multiple reports. The crash occurred around 10 p.m. Wednesday just west of the King of Prussia interchange in the westbound lanes of the turnpike, police said. A witness told Spotlight PA's Angela Couloumbis that Gerow drove for several miles with the motorcycle stuck to the front o
  9. Sen. Tom Cotton said Friday that the country that incarcerates more people per capita than any other has an "under incarceration problem." Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas, tweeted a clip of himself speaking on Fox News about the increase in crimecurrently happening in some US cities. "This is all a result of naive and foolish policies that are letting prisoners out of jail early sometimes because of false claims that we have an over incarceration problem in this country or exaggerated fears about the coronavirus," Cotton said. He tweeted along with the video: "We're facing a
  10. There is currently interest in a mutation that appears more deadly. https://www.thehealthsite.com/news/deadly-mutation-in-gamma-covid-19-variant-beware-of-higher-infection-rates-increased-mortality-821522/ I suppose the question that people want to know most, is if the current vaccines will protect them. That's a tough question to answer since we can't guess about mutations. For now the answer is yes, but that can change rather quickly.
  11. Gamma variant could have 'high attack rate even in fully vaccinated people' – new study DOMINIC CUMMINGS is demanding that the Government releases its contingency vaccinations plans as it emerged that the Gamma variant has a "high attack" rate even against those who have been fully jabbed. The former special advisor urged MPs to put pressure on Boris Johnson to publish his “variant escape vaccine contingency plan” as the variant - first discovered in Brazil - continues to sweep across the planet. Unlike with the previous Beta and Delta variants - first discovered in Kent and India resp
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