Sunday, January 17, 2021

What we know: President Trump pardoned on Wednesday his former national security adviser Michael T. Flynn, after Judge Sullivan, an Obama appointee, kept his case open even after the DOJ advised to drop all charges against Flynn.

What happened: He was an early and ardent supporter of Mr. Trump during the 2016 campaign, though he had been a life-long Democrat before. Flynn was among the new president’s first appointments – Mr Trump brought him on just days after winning the election.

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CNN, known for softball questions when the anyone from left appears on their network's shows, sang a different tune today when (D) Nancy Pelosi appears on Wolf Blitzer's show this evening. Pelosi, who has declined every stimulus proposal from the White House, only agreeing to move forward with her 2.2T 'pork' bill which gives illegal aliens stimulus checks, was asked tough questions from Blitzer, leaving her shocked as well as social media.
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*Kamala Harris refuses to answer if she and Joe Biden will 'pack the Supreme Court', if Republicans confirm Amy Coney Barret. *Host Susan Page refuses to ask Harris about her immigration or gun flip flops. *Harris and Page use same old media lies of taking Trump's quotes out of context in regards to 'Mexicans are rapists', 'Good people on both sides'. *Harris lies and states the Trump administration has lost 300k manufacturing jobs. *Harris lies and states Joe Biden never stated he wanted to end fracking. *Harris does not answer national mask mandate question. *Harris repeats lie that Trump called the virus a "hoax." Susan Page does not correct.
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President Trump gave the thumbs up to the press as well as waved as he boarded Marine One on his way to Walter Reed Hospital. Trump is expected to remain at the hospital “for the next few days” in a special presidential suite of rooms, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in a statement. Trump, 74, wore a mask and gave reporters a thumbs-up as he crossed the White House South Lawn to the Marine One helicopter to travel to Walter Reed. He walked without assistance.
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Chief of Staff Mark Meadows delivered a positive statement on President Trump's health this morning at the White house.
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What we know: President Trump has set a cap of admitting no more than 15,000 refugees in fiscal year 2021, marking the lowest number since the U.S. created its modern refugee system 40 years ago. President Obama: Set the refugee limit at 110,000 for fiscal year 2017 — a number Trump has continued to cut throughout his presidency. In a statement, the State Department said the government will get more than 300,000 claims of humanitarian protection over the next year, but almost all of those will be asylum cases, which are filed by non citizens already in the U.S. Just 15,000 will be refugees, who apply from outside the country, seeking admittance and resettlement.
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As cities stay locked down due to COVID or open with major restrictions, major clothing retailer H&M has decided to close about 250 stores in the U.S. The pandemic forced H&M to temporarily shutter about 80 percent of its shops earlier in the year and continued to hammer its business in its fiscal third quarter, which runs from June through August. Sales: The chain said its net sales dropped 19 percent to 50.8 billion Swedish krona, or about $5.7 billion, during the three-month period and remained 5 percent below last year’s levels in September even though most stores have reopened. Brick & Mortar retail apocalypse: BDO announced a report that U.S. American retailers have announced plans to close a record 10,226. Online sales for the company however: Saw a 27 percent surge in online sales over the course of the quarter. The Stockholm-based company reported a quarterly pre-tax profit of about 2.4 billion krona...
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Both sides said negotiations will continue, but as of right now, no stimulus deal has been agreed upon. Sunday night it was reported that the Democrat House leadership clipped $1.2T from their 'Heroes Act' that originally had a $3.4T tab. Senate Republicans and President Trump seemingly won't go above $1.5T, maybe even less. Mnuchin said after leaving today's meeting: "We have more work to do and we're going to see where we end up," he said. The Democrat majority House will still vote on their new $2.2T bill today. Pelosi stated: "We will be proceeding with our vote tonight on the updated Heroes Act in order to formalize our proffer to Republicans in the negotiations to address the health and economic catastrophe in our country." Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stated: "We are very, very far apart," when asked by reporters about a path to a deal. With the PPP program ending...
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What happened: The deputies suffered head wounds in the Sept. 12 ambush and have since been released from the hospital and are recovering. Sheriff Alex Villanueva said, however, that they face further reconstructive surgeries and that their recoveries will be a long process. Surveillance video showed a person walking toward the patrol car, parked at a Metro rail station, and firing a handgun through the passenger-side window. The deputies radioed for help despite their wounds. What we know: California investigators have arrested and charged Deonte Lee Murray in connection with the shooting of two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies earlier this month as they sat in their squad car, authorities said Wednesday. Murray, a resident of the city of Compton, where the shooting happened, was arrested two weeks ago in connection with a separate carjacking and he was expected to be arraigned later Wednesday on charges in both cases. Prosecutors planned...
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With the first 2020 Presidential debate in the books, it was clear to see President Trump was debating media lies for the past 4+ years as Joe Biden & Chris Wallace repeated those same lies during the debate. Fox News Debate host Chris Wallace yet again brought up 'white nationalists' and the 'far-right group' Proud Boys and asked Trump if he denounces them. (Trump has denounced the KKK as well as any form of group that is racist dozens of times when asked. Oddly enough, Joe Biden was just endorsed by Richard Spencer, a self-proclaimed white nationalist weeks ago. Chris must have forgotten. Also, last week Trump authorized Antifa and White Supremacists groups as Domestic Terrorists.) Wallace and Biden both repeated the "Very fine people on both sides" lie from the Charlottesville, Va incident that happened years ago. Of course, just like the media has done for years, refuse to...
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What happened: Late last evening, House Minority leader (D) Nancy Pelosi unveiled a new, slimmed-down stimulus package of $2.2T. Their previous package proposal added up to $3.4T. This new package still may be too much for Republicans: Republicans have held firm they would be willing to agree to a new stimulus package in the range of $500B to $1T. President Trump a few weeks back seemingly upped that total to $1.5T. The $2.2 trillion revised bill includes new aid money for airlines and restaurants as well as more funding for the Paycheck Protection Program, another round of direct stimulus payments, $600 weekly federal unemployment benefits, and more state and local aid. If Pelosi and Mnuchin cannot reach a separate agreement before Wednesday, the House is expected to vote on the new bill despite a lack of Republican support. Even if the bill doesn’t advance to President Trump’s desk, vulnerable...
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What we know: The Titans stopped in-person workouts Tuesday after multiple tests inside the organization came back positive for COVID-19. The Vikings, whom the Titans defeated Sunday, also suspended activities. According to the NFL: Three players and five other personnel all had tests come back positive. The Vikings have not reported any positive tests as of yet.
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What happened: A “psalm sing” attended by more than 100 people Wednesday in the Moscow, Idaho City Hall parking lot led to three arrests, including that of Latah County commission candidate Gabriel Rench. Rench, a Moscow Republican running against incumbent Moscow Democrat Tom Lamar in November’s election, was one of five people cited by Moscow police for suspicion of being in violation of Moscow's mask/social distancing order, according to Moscow Police Chief James Fry. https://twitter.com/WildHerbWays/status/1309139479265935362?s=20 (D) Mayor of Moscow, Bill Lambert: We could find no comment from the Mayor on the arrest of Pastor Rench as of yet, only a recent press release in July stating, "I am proud to serve as the Mayor of Moscow, a culturally diverse and welcoming community."
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***Story is developing What we know so far: A Kentucky grand jury on Wednesday indicted a single police officer for shooting into neighboring apartments but did not move forward with charges against any officers for their role in Breonna Taylor’s death. A grand jury announced that Officer Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in connection to the police raid on the night of March 13. What happened: Taylor, who was an emergency medical worker, was shot multiple times by officers who entered her home using a no-knock warrant during a narcotics investigation. The warrant used to search her home was connected to a suspect who did not live there, and no drugs were found inside. The use of no-knock warrants has since been banned by Louisville’s Metro Council. Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, opened fire when police burst in, hitting Mattingly. Walker was charged with the attempted murder of a...
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