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PolitiFact: It’s “False” That Democrats Never Accepted Trump as President

A few days after the election, Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) made a point about the left’s hypocrisy in wanting our political divisions to simply go away in the wake of Joe Biden’s victory. “We’re hearing a lot from Democrats that all Americans need to ‘unify,’” Hice tweeted. “If they truly wanted unity, they wouldn’t have spent 4 years refusing to ...

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Hypocrisy: Denver Mayor Traveled Home After Warning His Constituents To Stay Put

Following in the hypocritical tracks of California Gov. Gavin Newsom and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock (D) disgraced himself this week by traveling home to Texas for Thanksgiving after warning his constituents to avoid doing the same. Hancock had to come to the public with hat in hand on Wednesday after his holiday travel was exposed – ...

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Al Sharpton Suggests COVID Vaccine Could Be Harmful to Black People

Taking his irresponsible, ridiculous ramblings to a new level, career grifter Al Sharpton suggested this weekend that it will be up to black leaders to determine the validity of any new coronavirus vaccine and make sure that it isn’t some wild attempt on the part of the federal government to harm African-Americans. “Now, you have many in elected office, and ...

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Harvard Creates New, Six-Figure Position: “Librarian for Antiracism”

The grift goes on at Harvard, where one lucky candidate has the opportunity to make up to $240,300 a year to be the university’s new “Librarian for Antiracism.” The prestigious, Ivy League institution put feelers out this week, looking for candidates with at least 10 years of experience and an expertise in date analysis, leadership, and administrative skills. It isn’t ...

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CDC Director: Closing Public Schools Makes No Sense At All

A couple of days after New York City Gov. Andrew Cuomo surprised everyone by once again closing schools and sending kids back home in the midst of the pandemic, CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said that such closings fly in the face of data, studies, and the best available information on the coronavirus and how it spreads. “Today, there’s extensive ...

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Kurt Russell: Actors Should Probably Keep Their Noses Out of Politics

Promoting his new Christmas movie in an interview with The New York Times, actor Kurt Russell said that he doesn’t necessarily appreciate the idea of using his fame as an oversized soapbox for political issues. Russell said that actors are entertainers, and he advised his colleagues to remember that fact before sticking their noses into the sordid world of national ...

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