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AOC Demands Biden Follow Through on Stimulus: ‘$2,000 Does Not Mean $1,400’

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is urging President-elect Joe Biden to follow through on providing $2,000 coronavirus relief checks to the American people following the reveal of his $1.9 trillion spending plan. Biden unveiled a $1.9 trillion spending plan on Thursday evening, which he believes will speed up vaccine rollout and assist states, local governments, businesses, and individuals in the era...

Nancy Pelosi: Small Inauguration Is ‘Not a Concession to the Terrorists,’ but ‘Recognition of the Danger of COVID’

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Friday defended what is expected to be a small inauguration for President-elect Joe Biden (D) next week, emphasizing that the scaled-down event is “not a concession to the terrorists,” but a “recognition of the danger” of the Chinese coronavirus. “For a long time now, weeks, it has been determined that we would have a...

Move for State Governments to Divest Big Tech Stocks Expands to Tennessee

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The move for state governments to divest their pension funds of Big Tech stocks gathered momentum on Wednesday when Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles called on the Tennessee General Assembly to consider legislation along the lines proposed by a state legislator in Florida on Tuesday. “I write today to ask that you order the immediate divestment of any Florida-held equity...

Report: One in Three Los Angeles County Residents Have Been Infected with Coronavirus

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One in three residents of Los Angeles County have been infected with the Wuhan coronavirus, according to recent estimates by county scientists. “The estimate, based on scientific modeling, means officials believe more than 3 million of L.A. County’s 10 million residents have been infected with the coronavirus, including nearly 13,000 who have died,” the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday. The number...

Apple CEO Cook: We Suspended Parler Because ‘Incitement to Violence’ Is Not Free Speech

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a preview clip from his upcoming interview on “Fox News Sunday” that Apple suspended the conservative social media platform Parler from the App Store last week because “free speech and incitement to violence” do not have “an intersection.” Anchor Chris Wallace asked, “How did you decide to balance free speech with objectionable content?” Cook said,...

Macron’s France to Impose 6 pm Covid Curfew on Public

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France is entering an even harsher coronavirus lockdown on Saturday, as the government announced a raft of new measures including a nationwide curfew and border controls for new arrivals. Macron’s left-liberal government is launching the new-broadened curfew, saying the restrictions will last for at least two weeks. At the moment, the most-impacted regions of France have a 6 pm curfew...

WaPo/ABC Poll: Majority Say Congress Should ‘Remove Trump from Office’

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A Washington Post-ABC survey released Friday indicates that a majority of U.S. adults believe President Trump bears at least some responsibility for the protests that unfurled at the U.S. Capitol last week, and a majority also support efforts to “remove” the president, even though the Senate would not be able to convict and remove him prior to Inauguration Day,...

D.C. AG Racine: BLM Protest ‘Unbelievably Different’ Than Capitol Riot

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During a Friday interview on CNN’s “New Day,” Washington, DC Attorney General Karl Racine sounded off on the Black Lives Matter protest over last summer in his city compared to last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol. Host Alisyn Camerota asked Racine about acting Deputy DHS Secretary Ken Cuccinelli likening the two to each other. According to Racine, the Black Lives...

Report: Facebook Execs Believe Blacklisting Donald Trump Stopped a ‘Coup’

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In a recent article, NBC News provides an insight into the moments leading up to the decision by Facebook and Twitter to blacklist President Donald Trump. One Facebook executive betrayed the depth of progressive groupthink amongst the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe when they reported said: “We don’t have a policy for what to do when a sitting...

Retail Sales Unexpectedly Crashed in December

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U.S. retail sales declined sharply in December, as holiday shoppers stayed away amid surging coronavirus infections and the aftermath of Joe Biden’s presidential victory. Excluding car and gasoline sales, retail sales fell 2.1 percent in the final month of 2020, data from the Commerce Department showed Friday. The prior month’s figure was revised down to show a 1.8 percent decline...