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Dominion Rep Who Scanned Ballots in Georgia County Where Thousands of Trump Votes Were Uncounted Also Worked for Kamala Harris

Dominion Rep Who Scanned Ballots in Georgia County Where Thousands of Trump Votes Were Uncounted Also Worked for Kamala Harris

on November 30, 2020, 6:59 AM / in State News

By Cassandra Fairbanks A Dominion representative who has been scanning ballots in Floyd County, Georgia, appears to have worked as an official photographer for Kamala Harris’ campaign last year. Over 3,000 votes, the majority of which were for President Trump, went initially uncounted in the county. Aric Thompson, Dominion representative and one of men scanning ballots there, worked as an official […]

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STOLEN? NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s Wife “Can’t Account For” $850 MILLION of Taxpayer Money

STOLEN? NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s Wife “Can’t Account For” $850 MILLION of Taxpayer Money

on November 29, 2020, 7:13 AM / in State News

I bet you’re never seen this story reported on the nightly news…but don’t worry, we’ll show it to you! I first saw the story online under the title: “Bill DeBlasio’s Wife Reportedly Loses $850 Million of Taxpayer Funds!” Sometimes you look at a headline like this and think: “that can’t possibly be true.” Or you HOPE it’s not true. Sadly? […]

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Pennsylvania GOP introduce resolution to appoint Trump-friendly electors based on ‘mounting evidence’ of voter fraud

on November 29, 2020, 7:03 AM / in News, State News

Pennsylvania Republicans are introducing legislation that would override how the state’s electors are chosen, the GOP’s latest move to challenge Joe Biden’s victory and hand the state’s 20 electoral college votes to Donald Trump. “There is mounting evidence that the PA presidential election was compromised,” Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano, who led a hearing on voter fraud in the state this […]

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WA State Election Results CANNOT BE CERTIFIED

WA State Election Results CANNOT BE CERTIFIED

on November 28, 2020, 7:31 AM / in State News

H/T to Lynn for forwarding this to me.  Go to the Web page listed and  click on the  WEiCU Press Release 11/23 to read the PDF file. Jackie Juntti From: ssshock@comcast.net Subject: WA State Election Results CANNOT BE CERTIFIED https://www.contractwithwa.com/opt-in Look up your county canvassing board for contacts. Scott From: ssshock@comcast.net <ssshock@comcast.net> To: secretaryofstate@sos.wa.gov; elections@kingcounty.gov; kevin.wright@kingcounty.gov; julie.wise@kingcounty.gov; carolyn.busch@kingcounty.gov Subject: WA State Election Results CANNOT BE CERTIFIED Dear Secretary of State Kim […]

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Kentucky cop slugs man livestreaming an arrest with ‘solid left hook’

Kentucky cop slugs man livestreaming an arrest with ‘solid left hook’

on November 28, 2020, 7:04 AM / in State News

By Paula Froelich  |  New York Post A Kentucky man was slugged by cops as he filmed the scene of an arrest. Joe Bennett of Jeffersontown was on his way home from work last week when he saw police cars surround a vehicle and Bennett decided to tape the incident — from his own ride about 50 feet away. The Facebook livestream which […]

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Portland Rioters Cause Thousands Of Dollars In Damage On Thanksgiving Night

Portland Rioters Cause Thousands Of Dollars In Damage On Thanksgiving Night

on November 28, 2020, 6:27 AM / in State News

Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times, Rioters in Oregon’s largest city on Thanksgiving caused thousands of dollars in damage, authorities said. A group of people dressed in black clothing were witnessed smashing windows along Hawthorne Street in the early hours of Nov. 26, according to the Portland Police Bureau. Officers canvassed the area and found that damage had been inflicted upon at […]

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Southern California Edison: 16,000+ Customers Still Without Power

Southern California Edison: 16,000+ Customers Still Without Power

on November 28, 2020, 6:24 AM / in State News

By JOSHUA CAPLAN |  Breitbart.com Southern California Edison said Friday that over 16,000 customers are without power as the utility company continues its shutoffs due to what it claims are elevated windy conditions. The areas impacted by the shutoffs are Los Angeles Orange, Kern, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties. CBS Los Angeles notes: “Shutoffs are designed to reduce the risk of fires […]

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Los Angeles residents ordered to stay at home until Christmas week, with all gatherings BANNED… except for church & protests

Los Angeles residents ordered to stay at home until Christmas week, with all gatherings BANNED… except for church & protests

on November 28, 2020, 6:20 AM / in State News

Health officials in Los Angeles County have declared a new “safer-at-home” order, clamping down its Covid-19 restrictions to ban most gatherings for a three-week period, but created exemptions for religious services and protests. The new directive, which will take effect next week and stay in force until December 20, will prohibit all public and private gatherings involving people from different […]

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Colorado County Refuses to Enforce Lockdowns as Civil Disobedience Spreads Across America

on November 27, 2020, 7:43 AM / in State News

By Jon Miltimore Colorado officials last week announced that several counties had moved into the “red level”—the second-highest measurement on its COVID-19 dial—and would be forced to implement new regulations on restaurants, gyms, and other parts of the economy to combat the virus. Then something remarkable happened. Weld County, a county in the northern part of the state with a population […]

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Death Row inmates part of California’s ‘massive’ unemployment fraud; totals could top $1B

on November 26, 2020, 8:38 AM / in State News

By Henry Lee and Aja Seldon SAN MATEO, Calif. – A team of prosecutors from nine counties on Tuesday announced a “massive fraud” investigation involving inmates at California prisons and jails who have successfully filed tens of thousands of jobless claims including high-profile names such as Scott Peterson, Cary Stayner and others on Death Row. Authorities said between March and August, 35,000 inmates […]

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Supreme Court temporarily bars New York from setting church attendance limits

on November 26, 2020, 6:26 AM / in National News, State News

By Carl Campanile and Kenneth Garger  |  The New York Post The Supreme Court late Wednesday temporarily blocked Gov. Andrew Cuomo from setting capacity limits at houses of worship in certain state-designated coronavirus hot spots. In a 5-4 decision, the nation’s highest court sided with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jewish synagogues that sued the governor over the state-imposed caps […]

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GOV. TOM WOLF AND HEALTH SECRETARY STEAL CIVIL LIBERTIES FROM AMERICANS FOR THANKSGIVING

GOV. TOM WOLF AND HEALTH SECRETARY STEAL CIVIL LIBERTIES FROM AMERICANS FOR THANKSGIVING

on November 26, 2020, 6:24 AM / in State News

As reported by Kari at DHJR| In the name of protecting people from getting sick, elected civil servants, who are employees of the American people have used the COVID 19 virus to expand their powers and authorities into outright domination over free people, and this Thanksgiving is showing us who the biggest offenders are by the way they applied their emergency […]

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Tennessee Board Approves $35M Grant to Retrain GM’s Spring Hill Employees as Part of $2B Deal to Produce Electric Cadillac Vehicles

Tennessee Board Approves $35M Grant to Retrain GM’s Spring Hill Employees as Part of $2B Deal to Produce Electric Cadillac Vehicles

on November 25, 2020, 8:14 AM / in State News

A state board on Tuesday approved a $35 million jobs training grant to encourage General Motors to retain workers at its Spring Hill plant as the company looks to invest approximately $2 billion to produce electric vehicles, including the Cadillac LYRIQ. The State Funding Board approved the FastTrack Job Training Assistance Grant. More information is available here. The grant will help […]

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Seattle Cops Leave in Droves amid City Vote to ‘Defund Police’

Seattle Cops Leave in Droves amid City Vote to ‘Defund Police’

on November 25, 2020, 7:15 AM / in State News

Is anyone surprised?   My *surprise* is that so many are still in Seattle.  Seattle is a conquered city aided by the ENEMY WITHIN.  Democrats/RINO’s  are the TROJAN HORSE innards of today. Jackie Juntti WGEN  idzrus@earthlink.net https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/11/24/seattle-cops-leave-in-droves-amid-city-vote-to-defund-police/ Seattle Cops Leave in Droves amid City Vote to ‘Defund Police’ By KYLE MORRIS The Seattle City Council voted on Monday to reduce the city’s […]

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Thousands in Georgia Registered at Postal, Commercial Addresses, Portraying Them as Residences, Researcher Says

Thousands in Georgia Registered at Postal, Commercial Addresses, Portraying Them as Residences, Researcher Says

on November 25, 2020, 6:54 AM / in State News

Thousands of people registered and voted in Georgia using addresses of postal facilities or businesses, but making it look like they were residential addresses, according to a former Trump campaign official whose team analyzed the states’ voter data. The addresses listed on the voter rolls included information that didn’t make sense for the actual locations, but on paper made the addresses look […]

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Knoxville and Nashville Not ‘Following the Science’ in Limiting Restaurant Business, UTK Law Professor Glenn Reynolds Says

Knoxville and Nashville Not ‘Following the Science’ in Limiting Restaurant Business, UTK Law Professor Glenn Reynolds Says

on November 24, 2020, 8:02 AM / in State News

Jason M. Reynolds |  Tennessee Star University of Tennessee at Knoxville Law Professor Glenn Reynolds is calling out state and local health officials claims over COVID-19 and businesses like restaurants, saying they are “not following the science.” Starting Monday, Nov. 30, Nashville will limit bars and restaurants to 50 percent capacity, NewsChannel 5 reported Monday. They must operate at half capacity with 6 […]

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Lee names Mathews interim commissioner of Human Services Department

Lee names Mathews interim commissioner of Human Services Department

on November 24, 2020, 6:49 AM / in State News

By Erik Schelzig |  TNJ Gov. Bill Lee has named Tony Mathews as the interim commissioner of the state Human Services Department. He takes over from Danielle Barnes, who has left state government for the private sector. “Tony Mathews has served the Department of Human Services well and I thank him for his willingness to take on this important role,” Lee […]

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100+ Antifa Leave Portland in Shambles; No Arrests Made

100+ Antifa Leave Portland in Shambles; No Arrests Made

on November 24, 2020, 6:29 AM / in National News, State News

For people who rage against the system, leftists sure get preferential treatment from it in the liberal enclaves they terrorize. No arrests were made as approximately 100 Antifa rioters vandalized businesses in Portland over the weekend. “This evening (Friday), a group gathered outside the Mexican Consulate in Downtown Portland,” the Portland Police Bureau tweeted. “The group was described as dressed […]

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Mayor’s Statement on Shooting in ‘Gun-Free’ Mall the Definition of Insanity

Mayor’s Statement on Shooting in ‘Gun-Free’ Mall the Definition of Insanity

on November 23, 2020, 7:17 AM / in Opinion, State News

(Ammoland.com) “Guns have no place in shopping malls or other places in which crowds of people gather. Mayfair has a strict no-gun policy,” Wauwatosa Mayor Dennis R. McBride declared Saturday in a statement about Friday’s Mayfair Mall shootings when eight people were injured. “If the shooter had complied with that policy, no one would have been hurt yesterday.” If only violent criminals […]

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Alexander: 40,000 Tennesseans could receive COVID-19 vaccine in December

Alexander: 40,000 Tennesseans could receive COVID-19 vaccine in December

on November 23, 2020, 7:13 AM / in State News

U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, the chairman of the Senate Health, Labor, Education, and Pensions Committee, says Tennessee is in line to receive enough COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate 40,000 people in December. Alexander tells The Tennessee Journal he received a briefing from Moncef Slaoui, the head of the federal government’s coronavirus vaccine efforts, who said Tennessee could then receive enough doses for 50,000 […]

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