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Tom Cotton Blasts ‘Apologists’ In Media For Accepting Chinese Propaganda Surrounding Coronavirus Origins

Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arizona said Wednesday it is wholly appropriate to question whether the coronavirus outbreak originated from a biochemical lab in Wuhan, China. Noting the Chinese government’s dishonesty surrounding the outbreak from its earliest stages, Cotton criticized the media for their inclination to accept Chinese propaganda at face value. “The mainstream media are largely apologists for Chinese ...

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Bipartisan Effort Underway To Hold Chinese Government Financially Accountable For Coronavirus Outbreak

A bipartisan effort is underway outside of Congress to hold China accountable for what could be trillions of dollars worth of damage caused by their mishandling of the global coronavirus pandemic. The Berman Law Group, a Miami-based law firm advised by the younger brother of former Vice President Joe Biden, filed a class-action lawsuit against the government of China on ...

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China Concealed Over 43,000 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases By End Of February

More than 43,000 people who tested positive in China for coronavirus by the end of February were not included in the nation’s official tally of confirmed cases, according to a report Sunday. The figure represents so-called “silent carriers,” people who tested positive for the virus but showed no symptoms, according to Chinese government data obtained by the South China Morning ...

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Taiwan Says It Warned WHO About Coronavirus In December, But Its Warnings Were Ignored

Taiwan is blaming the World Health Organization’s relationship with China for its failure to act on early warnings of human-to-human transmission of coronavirus. Taiwanese health officials alerted the WHO of the infectivity of coronavirus in late December, but the organization failed to report the claims to other countries, according to a Financial Times report. Weeks after receiving Taiwan’s warning, on ...

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De Blasio: New Yorkers Should Be Prepared For ‘Shelter-In-Place’ Order

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that residents of the nation’s largest city should take seriously the possibility of a shelter-in-place order coming down within the next 48 hours. “New Yorkers should be prepared right now for the possibility of a shelter-in-place order,” de Blasio said at a coronavirus press conference Tuesday. “It has not happened yet, ...

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Kentucky Becomes Third State To Officially Delay Its Presidential Primary

Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams announced Monday the state has delayed its May 19 primary election to June 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The move by Kentucky makes it the third state to postpone its primary election due to coronavirus. Louisiana and Georgia have also announced delays to their respective presidential primaries due to the crisis. Adams, a ...

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All Bars And Restaurants In Ohio, Illinois To Close Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

The governors of Ohio and Illinois announced Sunday that they will sign orders closing all bars and restaurants in their states to curb the spread of coronavirus. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that his order will close all bars and restaurants in the state indefinitely starting at 9 p.m. Sunday. Establishments will still be able to provide carry-out and delivery ...

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Four Primaries To Take Place Tuesday Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Top election officials in Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio issued a joint statement saying Tuesday’s upcoming primary elections will proceed as planned amid the coronavirus pandemic As mass gatherings across the country have shut down due to the virus, the election officials assured voters they can “safely and securely” cast ballots at polling locations. A combined 577 delegates are up ...

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Hunter Biden Says Coronavirus Is Keeping Him From Attending Child Support Deposition

Hunter Biden’s lawyers told an Arkansas judge on Tuesday that he is unable to attend a child support deposition scheduled for this week due to coronavirus and his pregnant wife’s imminent due date. “It is unsafe for the Defendant to travel, as travel restrictions have been implemented both domestically and internationally, particularly on airlines, due to the Coronavirus,” Hunter Biden’s ...

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House Can Access Mueller Grand Jury Info, Appeals Court Rules

The House of Representatives can review secret grand-jury information cited and redacted from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian election interference in 2016, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. In a 2-1 ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld a previous ruling by a D.C. District Court judge who sided with the Democratic-led ...

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Odds Of Contested Democratic Convention Plummet Thanks To Biden’s Dominant Super Tuesday Performance

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s dominant performance on Super Tuesday has all but evaporated the odds of a contested Democratic convention in July, according to FiveThirtyEight’s forecasting model. The forecasting model had shown as recently as Monday afternoon a 69% chance that no Democratic presidential candidate would obtain the 1,991 delegates necessary to clinch the nomination before the convention. The ...

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Bill De Blasio: Biden Won The Black Vote Due To Ignorance

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio suggested Thursday that black people voted for former Vice President Joe Biden on Super Tuesday because they’re ignorant of his record outside of his association with former President Barack Obama. “You had a whole lot of candidates,” de Blasio said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “The information that I think people received about Joe Biden ...

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Buying an Election: Sanders, Biden, Bloomberg Have Paid Combined $466,000 To Superdelegates

Leading Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg have paid a combined $466,000 to superdelegates that are likely to support their benefactors in the event of a contested convention, Federal Election Commission records show. Sanders has spent the most so far on employing superdelegates, FEC records show. His campaign co-chair, former Ohio state senator and Democratic National ...

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