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QAnon theorists switch date to March 20 after no Trump inauguration, call the 4th "false flag"

QAnon theorists switch date to March 20 after no Trump inauguration, call the 4th "false flag"

ShareAs federal law enforcement agencies braced for QAnon conspiracy theorists to engage in potential acts of violence on Thursday, leading affiliates of the far-right extremist movement seemed to amend formerly held beliefs about the significance of March 4.QAnon, a viral set of online conspiracy theories pushed predominantly by followers of former president , gained widespread notoriety ahead of the most recent general election. Supporters believe a range of false conspiracies, whose overarching theme alleges that distinguished belong to a secret, global network of sex traffickers and...

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Georgia's Brian Kemp supports Trump for 2024 run, despite Trump's calls for his resignation

Georgia's Brian Kemp supports Trump for 2024 run, despite Trump's calls for his resignation

ShareAlthough Georgia Governor Brian Kemp became a prominent target of 's in the months following last November's general election, the Republican politician would "absolutely" support the former president should he decide to run for office again in 2024.Kemp discussed the possibility of another Trump campaign during the next election season on Wednesday, telling ' Neil Cavuto that President 's predecessor "deserves a lot of credit" in interview comments that touched on COVID-19, the Republican Party and this year's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), which he did not...

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Biden national security adviser says Trump admin didn't take pandemic surveillance seriously

Biden national security adviser says Trump admin didn't take pandemic surveillance seriously

ShareAs President works to implement a more robust set of strategies to address the coronavirus pandemic than those effected during his predecessor's term, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan pointed to shortcomings under the previous administration that might have contributed to the outbreak's current gravity."What I believe is that the Trump administration did not take pandemic surveillance as seriously as they should have," said the White House official on Sunday morning's Face the Nation, where he emphasized the importance of foresight in to News' Margaret Brennan."I think it is...

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Adam Kinzinger says Trump put Congress, Americans in a "lose-lose situation" after acquittal

Adam Kinzinger says Trump put Congress, Americans in a "lose-lose situation" after acquittal

ShareTrailing 's acquittal in the U.S. on Saturday afternoon, Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger issued a response to the outcome.The Illinois congressman—one of just 10 members of his party who voted alongside when the House of Representatives first impeached Trump in January—acknowledged criticisms of the trial, but ultimately held the former president responsible for the legislative proceeding and actions that led to it."To those who have argued that the impeachment was rushed or that impeachment will further divide us, we must remember that former President Trump put all of...

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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's strict COVID orders effective in driving down cases: analysis

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's strict COVID orders effective in driving down cases: analysis

ShareAs Michigan continues to lift restrictions on businesses and group activities statewide in response to decreasing coronavirus cases, a recent analysis of Governor Gretchen Whitmer's mitigation orders indicated they were successful in reducing the virus' spread.The Detroit Free Press conducted a thorough of Michigan's COVID-19 restrictions—particularly focusing on those implemented since the sharp outbreak resurgence recorded last fall—and highlighted a correlation between ongoing mitigation measures and lower infection rates per capita, compared with neighboring states where...

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Senator Sasse blasts Republicans who "wink" at QAnon, urges them to reject conspiracy theories

Senator Sasse blasts Republicans who "wink" at QAnon, urges them to reject conspiracy theories

ShareRepublican Senator Ben Sasse criticized GOP leaders who have failed to denounce QAnon conspiracy theories, which gained traction among 's far-right supporters last year, in an published by The Atlantic on Saturday. Sasse argued that "QAnon is destroying the GOP from within" and implored to reject its false assertions, as well as any colleagues who align with them."If the GOP is to have a future outside the fever dreams of internet trolls, we have to call out falsehoods and conspiracy theories unequivocally," he wrote in his recent op-ed. "We have to repudiate people who peddle those...

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Pro-Trump lawyer Lin Wood attacks "traitor" Mitch McConnell for breaking with Trump on election

Pro-Trump lawyer Lin Wood attacks "traitor" Mitch McConnell for breaking with Trump on election

ShareControversial attorney Lin Wood criticized on Wednesday afternoon, following the Senate majority leader's public remarks confirming his opposition to lawmakers' electoral vote challenge.Wood is a vocal supporter of , a known QAnon conspiracy theorist and one of the lawyers representing Kyle Rittenhouse, who is accused of shooting three people in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last August. He frequently publicizes right-wing political opinions on social media and backs Trump's unsubstantiated claims that voter fraud altered results of the general election. Referencing McConnell's break with Trump...

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"Go to the hospitals": Fauci challenges Trump's claim of exaggerated COVID deaths

"Go to the hospitals": Fauci challenges Trump's claim of exaggerated COVID deaths

ShareDr. pushed back Sunday against President 's most recent attempt to undermine the gravity of the coronavirus pandemic. Trump earlier in the day tweeted that COVID cases and deaths have been "exaggerated" by top federal agencies.Fauci, a leading health official who's helped guide the country's pandemic response as part of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, defended the legitimacy of reported figures during a Sunday morning on ABC News' This Week. "The deaths are real deaths," said Fauci, responding directly to Trump's tweet, which described the nation's rising COVID-19 mortality...

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Texas GOP lawmaker long infuriated by anti-maskers gets COVID-19, along with wife

Texas GOP lawmaker long infuriated by anti-maskers gets COVID-19, along with wife

ShareTexas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend, shortly after his wife, Kim Bonnen, contracted the viral respiratory disease. The outgoing state legislator, a Republican, confirmed the news in shared to his official Facebook page on Sunday afternoon."2020 just keeps on giving!" Bonnen wrote. While he described his wife's symptoms as "difficult but manageable," the politician said his own "have so far been mild." The pair, alongside sons Gregory and Jackson, are continuing to quarantine inside their home, and both children have undergone diagnostic...

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USPS agrees to expedite Georgia voters' mail ballots ahead of runoff elections

USPS agrees to expedite Georgia voters' mail ballots ahead of runoff elections

ShareThe United States Postal Service (USPS) has agreed to provisions that stipulate timely and efficient transport of Georgia's mail ballots in the final weeks leading up to its runoff elections.In a formal accord established between the federal agency and civil rights groups pushing for voter equity, including the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Vote Forward, USPS pledged to abide by terms that aim to reduce delays and ensure all ballots cast are counted.Roughly votes have already been cast in Georgia ahead of the state's January 5 runoff contests, which will determine whether Democrats are...

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Televangelist Pat Robertson says Trump "lives in an alternate reality," Biden won

Televangelist Pat Robertson says Trump "lives in an alternate reality," Biden won

SharePat Robertson—the televangelist who suggested that would secure another term in office by divine intervention, despite losing the popular vote—shared a new perspective about the election's outcome during a recent episode of his syndicated Christian talk show series, The 700 Club. In a marked departure from past remarks, Robertson told viewers that Trump "lives in an alternate reality" and acknowledged President-elect 's win in the aftermath of November's race."I think it's all over. I think the Electoral College has spoken," said Robertson, in a video clip from The 700 Club that turned...

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Trump shares video suggesting COVID pandemic created to make him look bad, lose election

Trump shares video suggesting COVID pandemic created to make him look bad, lose election

ShareMore than six weeks after Election Day, has yet to acknowledge that his loss to President-elect was legitimate. As he continues to allege that voter fraud gave Biden his victory, despite an absence of evidence to support those claims, Trump has routinely referenced a nonspecific Democratic plot to oust him from office when discussing the election's outcome. After posting a series of messages to Twitter that quickly earned fact-checking labels from the social media platform, Trump on Sunday that showcased a number of conspiracy theories related to the election.Many of the theories in...

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Trump retweet suggests Tuberville will challenge Electoral College results in Senate

Trump retweet suggests Tuberville will challenge Electoral College results in Senate

ShareDays after Tommy Tuberville's remarks at a Georgia rally prompted speculation about his intention to contest electoral votes in Congress, President of the incoming Alabama senator's recent comments. The video was originally posted alongside a caption noting that Tuberville's comments seemed to indicate his plans to challenge votes cast by certain states' Electoral College representatives.Trump's retweet closely coincided with on "Uncovering the Truth," a radio talkshow series featuring , on Sunday morning. Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney and the former mayor of New York City,...

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Fauci projects U.S. could reach COVID herd immunity by mid-2021

Fauci projects U.S. could reach COVID herd immunity by mid-2021

ShareDr. Anthony Fauci shared an updated time line for the U.S. to potentially achieve herd immunity on Monday, assuming the general population can begin to receive COVID-19 vaccines in late March or early April of 2021. Discussing the nation's preliminary vaccine rollout during an MSNBC interview, the leading public health expert suggested the U.S. could reach herd immunity by the end of next spring.Fauci, who has served as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for more than three decades, helped guide the federal COVID-19 response as a member of the White...

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Gingrich criticizes Georgia sec of state for adding drop boxes that "make it harder for Republicans to win"

Gingrich criticizes Georgia sec of state for adding drop boxes that "make it harder for Republicans to win"

ShareNewt Gingrich, the conservative former House Speaker, complained Sunday that the introduction of ballot drop boxes to Georgia's election process this year will "make it harder" for GOP candidates to win during January's runoff contests. Specifically, he targeted Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who is a Republican himself, in a tweet that seemed to echo 's unsubstantiated allegations of misconduct and partisan schemes."Why is Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger working so hard to add drop boxes and take other steps to make it harder for Republicans to win," Gingrich...

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Biden admin will feature first women VP, Defense Sec, Treasury Sec and National Intelligence Director

Biden admin will feature first women VP, Defense Sec, Treasury Sec and National Intelligence Director

ShareAlthough appointments to key positions within President-elect 's administration are not yet confirmed, those professionals slated to assume chief roles after January's inauguration will make for an unprecedented leadership roster in Washington. The next administration will likely become the first in U.S. history to see women serve as vice president, defense secretary, treasury secretary and national intelligence director. All four roles have been filled exclusively by men.California Senator will become the first woman to serve as vice president when Biden takes office. In addition to...

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Michigan could face "constitutional crisis" over election: state house speaker

Michigan could face "constitutional crisis" over election: state house speaker

ShareMichigan lawmaker Lee Chatfield, a Republican who serves as speaker of the state's House of Representatives, discussed accusations of misconduct and procedural irregularities that some conservatives say impacted election results in Wayne County, which encompasses Detroit.During a on Sunday morning, Chatfield said allegations could prompt "a constitutional crisis" in Michigan if elections officials and jurists decide against a prompt certification of the state's election results next week.Michigan's bipartisan canvassing board, which is composed of two Republicans and two Democrats,...

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GOP's Madison Cawthorn says he shouldn't have tweeted "cry more, lib" on election night

GOP's Madison Cawthorn says he shouldn't have tweeted "cry more, lib" on election night

ShareRepublican congressional newcomer Madison Cawthorn addressed a confrontational Election Night tweet in new interview comments, saying he "shouldn't have done that" given his rising status as a federal public official. Cawthorn, who is 25 years old, secured a win against Democratic incumbent Moe Davis to represent North Carolina's 11th congressional district in the U.S. House during this month's general election. He will become the youngest member of Congress in January.Shortly after the November 3 race was called in his favor, Cawthorn tweeted, " a message that drew criticism from some...

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Republican governors say Biden transition must begin as Trump tweets "I concede nothing"

Republican governors say Biden transition must begin as Trump tweets "I concede nothing"

ShareAdditional Republican leaders are calling for to allow the Biden-Harris team to begin its transition into Washington, citing the importance of an unencumbered shift that prioritizes national security and the nation's pandemic response strategy.Although is expected to take office in January after securing a majority of popular and electoral votes during the presidential election, Trump has refused to concede. Amid his re-election campaign's lawsuits seeking to contradict Biden's win, Trump has not yet initiated the usual transition procedures that give rising presidents access to...

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Biden to campaign in Georgia for Warnock and Ossoff in runoff elections deciding control of Senate

Biden to campaign in Georgia for Warnock and Ossoff in runoff elections deciding control of Senate

SharePresident-elect will join the lineup of influential Democrats involved in Georgia's ongoing senatorial campaigns, according to his recently-named forthcoming chief of staff.Ron Klain—who will formally step into the role when become Biden assumes office in January—discussed the outcomes of Georgia's two runoff elections, and how they could affect the next administration's political agenda, during an appearance on NBC News' Meet the Press Sunday morning. Klain previously served as Biden's chief of staff between 2009 and 2011, during his vice presidency under ."We're going to work hard to...

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Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit aiming to block election certification in Michigan

Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit aiming to block election certification in Michigan

ShareA Michigan judge dismissed on Friday the Trump campaign's lawsuit challenging election results in Wayne County, home to Detroit. It was the latest in President 's recent string of legal actions to meet rejection in court, with others dismissed in Arizona and Pennsylvania earlier in the afternoon.Backed by his re-election campaign, Trump has initiated more than a dozen legal actions that seek to invalidate votes, undermine tabulation procedures and, ultimately, question results in the wake of his loss to . Last Saturday, major news outlets, including the Associated Press, named Biden...

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White GOP congressional candidate tweets "I'm a Black gay guy," then says he was "quoting a message"

White GOP congressional candidate tweets "I'm a Black gay guy," then says he was "quoting a message"

ShareDean Browning, a Republican politician and former congressional candidate, addressed an earlier tweet in which he identified himself as a Black gay man and Trump supporter on Tuesday.Browning, who is white and married to a woman, said the message quoted one of his social media followers and apologized for failing to clarify sooner."Regarding the tweet that is going viral from my account - I was quoting a message that I received earlier this week from a follower. Sorry if the context was not clear," the Pennsylvania political figure wrote in his latest afternoon tweet. "Trump received...

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Pfizer avoided R&D funding from Trump's Operation Warp Speed because of bureaucracy, politics

Pfizer avoided R&D funding from Trump's Operation Warp Speed because of bureaucracy, politics

SharePfizer clarified its relationship with Operation Warp Speed on Monday afternoon, after earlier comments from the pharmaceutical company's research-and-development chief seemed to indicate to the White House program. 's administration launched the initiative near the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. It was designed with intentions to produce and distribute 300 million doses of safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines by January, in coordination with contracted companies.Although Pfizer did agree to distribute at least 100 million doses of its vaccine, if proven safe and effective, to the...

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Fact Check: Are elections in Georgia and other states still counting votes overseen by Democrats, as Trump said?

Fact Check: Are elections in Georgia and other states still counting votes overseen by Democrats, as Trump said?

SharePresident 's latest , his first public speaking engagement since prematurely announcing himself the winner of this year's election early Wednesday morning, was riddled with unsubstantiated accusations about voter fraud and miscounted results.Among the statements under scrutiny following the president's Thursday night remarks were those related to elections officials in key battleground states where races have not yet been called. Trump specifically claimed election procedures in those states "are run, in all cases, by Democrats."Suggesting that the recent upturn in swing-state votes...

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Barack Obama calls Trump a "two-bit dictator" after report Trump will declare premature victory

Barack Obama calls Trump a "two-bit dictator" after report Trump will declare premature victory

ShareBarack Obama responded to reports that President will declare a premature win after polls close Tuesday, but before all votes are counted, while delivering remarks at a rally in Miami, on the eve of the general election. Obama, Trump's predecessor, is a strong advocate for 's presidential campaign, and in turn, an outspoken critic of the president. Biden previously served as vice president in the Obama administration.In addressing the Miami rally's attendees, Obama praised the Biden-Harris presidential bid and warned against another four years with Trump in office. After referencing...

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