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Don’t doubt the vaccine: How Facebook punishes 'hesitancy’ about Covid narrative
Project Veritas on Monday posted a video featuring interviews with two anonymous “insiders” identified as Facebook employees and produced alleged internal documents detailing the tech platform’s effort to “[d]rastically reduce user exposure to vaccine hesitancy.” Read More.
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Biden reverses course on Abraham Accords brokered by Trump
The moment Israel responded to the first salvo of Hamas rockets this month, U.S. leftists declared President Donald Trump's Abraham Accords a failure and re-launched the D.C. foreign policy establishment "peace process". Read More.
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Case against Bannon dismissed, but not before Obama-appointed judge implies he was guilty
A New York judge on Tuesday dismissed an indictment against former Trump White House adviser Steve Bannon. Read More.
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Phil Mickelson and the death of Covid hysteria at the PGA in South Carolina
Phil Mickelson's triumph in the PGA Championship on Sunday was a victory not only for the sport of golf but for freedom-loving Americans nationwide. Read More.
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Auditors in New Hampshire find problems with machine counts
Auditors in Windham, New Hampshire said they have discovered problems with the 2020 machine counts that were “large enough to account for discrepancies” in Nov. 3 election results for four state representative seats. Read More.
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They want your kids: Sinister agenda shared by 2020 Democrat presidential contenders
There is a malevolent air permeating the Democratic Party in America today. Joe Biden and his fellow leading party figures come as Destroyers. This is the purpose to which these puppets have been deployed. There is nothing positive put forward, nothing uplifting, nothing good. Read More.
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Judicial Watch sues for records on Capitol Police shooting death of Ashli Babbitt
Judicial Watch announced that it has filed a District of Columbia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the D.C. government for police and medical examiner records concerning the U.S. Capitol Police shooting death of Ashli Babbitt in the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, including the police and medical examiner investigations. Read More.
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Pennsylvania voters limit powers of Democrat governor deemed ‘tyrannical’ by critics
Pennsylvania voters last week voted to limit Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf’s emergency powers, but that hasn't stopped what many critics say is Wolf's "tyrannical" behavior amid the covid pandemic. Read More.
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Promise broken: Biden won't cancel student loan debt
Team Biden will not include student loan debt forgiveness in the upcoming budget. Read More.
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Pro-abortion Biden won't speak at Notre Dame commencement after 4,300 sign petition
Joe Biden will not address the University of Notre Dame 2021 commencement after 4,300 staff and alumni signed a petition demanding that he not be invited due to his support for abortion on demand. Read More.
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Sidney Powell on Georgia audit of mail-in ballots: 'Most anomalous vote update happened at 1:34 a.m.'
The audit of 145,000 mail-in ballots in Fulton County will potentially shine a light on what exactly transpired on Nov. 3 and the days following the contested election in Georgia, attorney Sidney Powell said. Read More.
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Doctors group seeks temporary restraining order against covid vaccine for children
Covid vaccines in children under the age of 16 have "the potential to cause substantially greater harm than the Covid-19 disease itself," a doctors group said in filing a motion on May 20 for a temporary restraining order against use of the vaccines for that age group. Read More.
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Maryland county's school curriculum teaches that ‘Make America Great Again’ is ‘covert white supremacy’
Judicial Watch announced it received 685 pages of heavily redacted records from Montgomery County Public Schools including documents related to their “Anti-racist system audit” and critical race theory classes. Read More.
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Weaponizing public education: Social justice directors and curricula prioritized even in red states
Neo-Marxist indoctrination of children appears to be unavoidable, whether parents like it or not. Read More.
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Georgia judge allows forensic audit of Fulton County ballots
A judge in Henry County, Georgia has allowed plaintiffs in a 2020 election lawsuit to have access to Fulton County's mail-in ballots. Read More.

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