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Nashville Officials Allegedly Covered Up Data Showing Few Cases From Restaurants And Bars, Emails Show

Confirmed coronavirus cases from Nashville’s bars and restaurants were so low that the Tennessee city’s Metro Health Department decided to withhold the data from the public, emails from the mayor’s office show. The emails discuss the low amount of coronavirus cases traced to restaurants and bars and how to hide those figures, Fox 17 Nashville reported. Contact tracing commissioned over ...

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Comey Will Testify Before Senate Panel On Sept. 30; Mueller Declines Hearing Invite

Former FBI Director James Comey has agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Sept. 30, according to South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham. Graham, the Republican chairman of the Senate panel, said in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity that former special counsel Robert Mueller has declined a request to testify about his investigation. “He says he doesn’t ...

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Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Alicia Garza In 2015: Capitalism Must Be Abolished For Black Lives To Matter

Capitalism must be abolished in order for black lives to matter, Alicia Garza, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, said at a conference in 2015. Black Lives Matter has experienced a resurgence of support in 2020 following the May 25 death of George Floyd. Celebrities and large corporations have poured millions of dollars into Black Lives Matter Global Network — ...

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Senate Panel Approves Subpoenas For ‘Spygate’ Figure Stefan Halper, 40 Others

Stefan Halper

A Senate committee voted along party lines on Wednesday to authorize depositions and subpoenas for 41 individuals as part of a review of the Trump-Russia investigation. The vote authorizes Sen. Ron Johnson, the Republican chairman of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, to subpoena Stefan Halper, a former University of Cambridge professor who served as a confidential source for ...

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World Trade Bridge Officers Intercept More Than $1.8 Million Worth of Methamphetamine

LAREDO, Texas – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations (OFO) officers intercepted a trailer containing methamphetamine with an estimated street value of more than $1.8 million at the World Trade Bridge over the weekend. “Intercepting narcotics is an important part of the mission of Customs and Border Protection and now these drugs are off the streets,” ...

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Joe Biden Calls His White House Bid The ‘Harris-Biden Administration’

Democratic nominee Joe Biden called his potential White House team the “Harris-Biden” administration on Tuesday during a speaking event in Tampa, Florida. “For example making it easier to carry your professional credentials with you from one state to another when your spouse moves,” Biden said, video showed. “The Harris-Biden administration is going to relaunch that effort and keep pushing further ...

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In Signing Support For Trump, 235 Senior Former Military Officers Warn Biden Will Usher in Marxist Ideologies

More than 200 senior military officers backed President Donald Trump’s reelection in a letter warning that 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden will lead to socialist and Marxist influences on American government. “It can be argued that this is the most important election since our country was founded,” the 235 retired senior military officers wrote in the letter open letter, which ...

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Two High School Football Players Reinstated After Running Thin Blue Line Flag On Field

Two Ohio high school students were reinstated on their football team after being suspended for disobeying an order to not carry flags supporting police onto the field, according to the school district. Students Jarad Bentley and Brady Williams from Little Miami High School were suspended from the team after they carried a thin red line flag and a thin blue ...

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DOJ Opens Criminal Investigation Into John Bolton’s Book

The Justice Department is investigating whether former National Security Adviser John Bolton illegally disclosed classified information in his book about his tenure in the White House, according to reports. Federal prosecutors issued grand jury subpoenas to Bolton’s publisher and his book agent, according to The Wall Street Journal and New York Times. According to The Journal, federal prosecutors subpoenaed Simon ...

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‘An Existential Threat’: Catholic Group Launches $9.7 Million Campaign To ‘Expose Biden’s Anti-Catholic Record’

A Catholic advocacy group launched a $9.7 million campaign against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden Tuesday to “expose Biden’s anti-Catholic record.” Catholic Vote, a national faith-based advocacy organization, will target Catholic voters in swing states in efforts to “expose Joe Biden’s anti-Catholic record and policy agenda” ahead of the 2020 presidential election, according to a Catholic Vote press release. The ...

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Key Impeachment Witness Says He Is ‘Absolutely’ A ‘Never Trumper’

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key witness in the Trump impeachment probe, said in an interview airing Monday that he is “absolutely” a so-called “Never Trumper.” “I think as the president’s attacked and politicized me directly, in taking a very sober view of where this president is taking this country, the divisions, the catering to our adversaries, the undermining of ...

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Fearing Massive Election Loss at the Ballot Box, Biden Campaign Redies to Steal It Through the Courts

The Joe Biden Campaign is changing tactics in a frantic bid to prevent President Trump from winning re-election in what is shaping up to be a landslide. When a campaign’s internal polling shows them the lack of enthusiasm that Biden is generating, they typically push their candidate out in-front of voters with carefully crafted messaging and slick talking points. The ...

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New York Teacher Assigns Reading Comparing Police To KKK Members, Slave Owners

On the first day of classes, a high school teacher in Westchester County issued an assignment that included a comic style strip comparing police officers to slave owners and Ku Klux Klan members, the New York Post reported. The assignment was part of a chapter on “European Colonization of America,” given by Westlake High School teacher Christopher Moreno to 11th ...

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Wildfires Will Become Worse Thanks To Decades-Old Liberal Policies, Says Fire Expert Who Predicted Uptick In Blazes

Former President Clinton’s land management rules and other liberal policies paved the way for future debilitating wildfires, fire expert Bob Zybach told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Zybach warned of potential disastrous wildfires shortly after Clinton signed a slate of rules in the mid-1990s that drastically reduced logging and road creation on federal lands.  Zybach’s comments come as California, Oregon, ...

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Schiff Touts Whistleblower Complaint From DHS Official He Previously Accused Of Lying To Congress

Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, is touting a whistleblower complaint from a Department of Homeland Security official who he accused just last month of potentially lying to Congress about the agency’s intelligence-gathering activities. On Wednesday, Schiff released a whistleblower complaint filed by Brian Murphy, the acting under secretary for intelligence and analysis, who claimed that senior ...

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