Saturday, September 3, 2022

Republican governor says he knows why Biden keeps blasting MAGA Republicans with 'angry rhetoric'


MANCHESTER, N.H. – EXCLUSIVE — GOP Gov. Larry Hogan argues that President Biden’s repeated jabs the past week targeting "MAGA Republicans" who have embraced "semi-fascism" is "pretty divisive, angry rhetoric."

Hogan, in an exclusive national interview with Fox News during a brief stop in the battleground state of New Hampshire, charged that campaign politics are behind the president’s attacks on the GOP’s right wing — which is still very much under the influence of former President Trump

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Atlantic article: ‘If it were anyone else’ possessing classified documents like Trump, ‘they’d be prosecuted’


The Atlantic staff writer Adam Serwer declared on Wednesday "if it were anyone else" but former President Donald Trump who had mishandled sensitive documents, "they would be prosecuted."

The piece followed the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) release of an image of documents marked as highly classified it said was removed from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home after the FBI raid. Serwer concluded from the photo that Trump unequivocally committed

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry won’t run into Prince William, Kate Middleton, author says: ‘Royal hide and seek’


Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are returning to the U.K. for a series of charity events — and one royal author suspects that Prince William and Kate Middleton will avoid them.

In August, a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they "are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September."

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Tupelo, Mississippi pilot threatening to crash plane into Walmart, police say


A pilot flying a small plane over Tupelo, Mississippi has threatened to crash into a Walmart, authorities warned Saturday.

The Tupelo Police Department said it was notified around 5 am this morning that a pilot flying what a "King Air type" airplane was considering crashing into a Walmart located on West Main street.

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How Many Celebrity Politicians Have To Ruin America Before Americans Stop Electing Them?

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It’s hard to imagine the cult of celebrity before Instagram, but in the 1940s, Ronald Reagan was becoming a household name. He started out as a radio announcer before he was discovered by a Warner Bros. agent, who cast him in a movie, and, well, the rest was a Hollywood ending that no one scripted. Reagan would go on to own the big screen for years as a stern-faced Western actor. Then, fresh off his role as the five-time president of the Screen Actors Guild,

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Mehmet Oz Goes Full Climate Denial, Says Carbon Dioxide Isn't A Problem


Mehmet Oz, the celebrity doctor turned GOP Senate candidate in Pennsylvania, declared Wednesday that carbon dioxide is not a climate problem because it accounts for just a small fraction of the air in Earth’s atmosphere, a longtime talking point of climate change deniers.

Oz made the remark during a forum in Erie, Pennsylvania, where he and his Republican rivals were asked how they would address soaring energy prices as U.S. senators. In a combative primary,

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Dr. Oz Goes Grocery Shopping And The Twitter Mockery Is Priceless


Looks like Dr. Mehmet Oz is shopping for voters with a new campaign video shot in a Pennsylvania grocery store.

The new video shows the Pennsylvania Senate candidate and longtime New Jersey resident walking through a grocery store griping about the prices which are, of course, President Joe Biden’s fault.

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Senate Candidate Dr. Oz Gets Tax Break For His Mansion ... In Palm Beach


Pennsylvania GOP Senate candidate and former TV personality Dr. Mehmet Oz was granted a massive tax break after he spent millions of dollars in improvements on his own mansion — in Palm Beach, The Miami Herald has reported.

The super luxe upgrade to his beachfront mansion — including a new pool and spa — won a tax exemption meant to reward the rehabilitation of old historic homes, the Herald noted in a story last month.

CNN Correspondent Uses Last Day At Network To Send Message On Trump


CNN White House correspondent John Harwood spent his last hours at the network declaring there is truth to the “threat to democracy” President Joe Biden outlined in his primetime speech on Thursday.

Harwood, who has been the White House correspondent with the network since February 2021, tweeted that Friday would be his last day.

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One Of Texas' Biggest Abortion Providers To Relocate To New Mexico


Whole Woman’s Health, the biggest independent abortion provider in Texas, announced Wednesday that it is closing its current clinics and relocating all services to New Mexico following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

But the privately owned health care group, which has operated in Texas since 2003, said it won’t be able to relocate its Austin, McAllen, Fort Worth and McKinney clinics without major fundraising.

Report Finds 'Unnecessary' Force By Agents At Rio Grande


WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback engaged in “unnecessary use of force” against non-threatening Haitian immigrants but didn’t whip any with their reins “intentionally or otherwise,” according to a federal investigation of chaotic scenes along the Texas-Mexico border last fall that sparked widespread condemnation.

In a 511-page report released Friday, Customs and Border Protection blamed a “lack of command control and communication” for mounted agents using their horses to forcibly block and move migrants during an influx of Haitians arriving last September at the U.S. border outside Del Rio, Texas.

8 Migrants Are Found Dead In Rio Grande: Border Patrol


At least eight migrants were found dead in the Rio Grande after dozens attempted a hazardous crossing near Eagle Pass, Texas, officials said Friday.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Mexican officials made the discovery Thursday while responding to a large group of people crossing the river following days of heavy rains that had resulted in particularly swift currents. U.S. officials recovered six bodies, while Mexican teams recovered two others, according to a CBP statement.

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FBI Probing Russian-Speaking Fake Heiress Who Infiltrated Mar-A-Lago: Report


U.S. officials are investigating a Russian-speaking Ukrainian immigrant and “self-confessed grifter” who pretended to be a wealthy heiress as she infiltrated the highest echelons of Mar-a-Lago, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

The startling case underscores the security challenges of Donald Trump’s resort even as the former president stashed top-secret U.S. government files there.

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Secret Service Official And Ex-Trump Aide Tony Ornato Retires Amid Jan. 6 Probe


Secret Service Assistant Director Tony Ornato, who was at the center of bombshell testimony about former President Donald Trump’s alleged outbursts during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, has stepped down from the federal agency.

Ornato, who at one point also served as a White House political adviser to Trump, retired Monday “in good standing after 25 years of devoted service,” Kevin Helgert, a special agent at the Secret Service, confirmed in a statement to HuffPost.

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GOP Gov. Chris Sununu Demands Biden Apology Over 'Semi-Fascism' Comment


New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) on Sunday demanded an apology from Joe Biden after the president criticized a wing of the Republican Party for embracing authoritarianism.

“The fact that the president would go out and just insult half of America [and] effectively call half of America semi-fascist,” Sununu said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “He’s trying to stir up controversy. He’s trying to stir up this anti-Republican sentiment right before the election. It’s horribly inappropriate.”

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Biden To Continue Push Against ‘MAGA Republicans’ In Pennsylvania Visit


WASHINGTON ― Just days after hitting Donald Trump-supporting Republican office holders for their “semi-fascism,” President Joe Biden plans to continue his more aggressive recent tone Tuesday by turning the GOP’s “defunding the police” attacks back against them.

“The president will make clear that congressional Republicans’ extreme ‘MAGA’ agenda is a threat to the rule of law,” a senior White House official said on condition of anonymity. “He will say that you can’t propose defunding the FBI or defend the mob that stormed the Capitol

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Online death threats against Biden after speech


President Biden’s fiery speech in Philadelphia denouncing former President Donald Trump and what he described as “extreme MAGA ideology” has sparked online calls for violence, including death threats against the president, according to documents obtained by Yahoo News.

Biden’s remarks also prompted immediate concerns from senior counterterrorism officials who said they fear that calling Trump supporters extremists would be viewed as a call to arms and would only inflame an already volatile threat environment.

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Dr. Oz Attempts To Resuscitate Campaign With Attacks On A Stroke Survivor


Mehmet Oz is an Ivy League-educated cardiac surgeon who became a household name by doling out (often questionable) medical advice to millions of viewers on national television. John Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, is a guy who just had a stroke.

In another life, Oz may have been the doctor to perform life-saving surgery on Fetterman and guide him through his recovery, which has involved improving his speech and auditory functions.

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Trump rallies for Oz, Mastriano in Pa. amid midterm worries


MYERSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Larry Mitko voted for Donald Trump in 2016. But the Republican from Beaver County in western Pennsylvania says he has no plans to back his party's nominee for Senate, Dr. Mehmet Oz — “no way, no how.”

Mitko doesn’t feel like he knows the celebrity heart surgeon, who only narrowly won his May primary with Trump's backing. Instead, Mitko plans to vote for Oz's Democratic rival, John Fetterman, a name he's been familiar with since Fetterman’s days as mayor of nearby Braddock.

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Serena Loses To Tomljanovic At US Open In Likely Last Match


NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams lost what is expected to be the last match of her transcendent tennis career Friday night, eliminated from the U.S. Open in the third round by Ajla Tomljanovic 7-5, 6-7 (4), 6-1 before an electric crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Unwilling to go quietly, Williams staved off five match points to prolong the three-hours-plus proceedings, as some spectators stood to watch, camera phones at the ready. No one — save, of course, Tomljanovic — wanted this to end.

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Friday, September 2, 2022

Why Republicans Are Attacking IRS Funding In Biden's Inflation Reduction Act


There is one particular provision of the Inflation Reduction Act, President Joe Biden’s $369 billion investment in health care and climate change prevention, that has sent Republican lawmakers into a spasm. They believe, falsely, that the law will allow the IRS to hire 87,000 new revenue agents to go after ordinary taxpayers.

“They’re coming for YOU too,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) tweeted in early August. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) wrote, “Who do you think they’ll weaponize the 87,000 IRS agents against?

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Scathing New Supercut Exposes Right-Wing Hypocrisy Over Biden's Fascism Warning


Conservative commentators are in full meltdown mode over President Joe Biden’s speech warning of the rise of extremism in the Republican Party as well as his recent comments calling the MAGA movement “semi-fascism.”

Some on the right have demanded an apology from Biden. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) even accused the president of “slandering tens of millions of Americans as fascists.”

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Michigan's Abortion Ban Cannot Be Enforced By Prosecutors, Judge Says


LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan judge on Friday blocked county prosecutors from enforcing the state’s 1931 ban on abortion for the foreseeable future after two days of witness testimony from abortion experts, providers and the state’s chief medical officer.

The ruling comes after the state Court of Appeals said earlier this month that county prosecutors were not covered by a May order and could enforce the prohibition following the fall of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Decisive Vote Protecting Abortion Rights In Kansas Confirmed In Recount


OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A decisive statewide vote in favor of abortion rights in traditionally conservative Kansas was confirmed with a partial hand recount, with fewer than 100 votes changing after the last county reported results Sunday.

Nine of the state’s 105 counties recounted their votes at the request of Melissa Leavitt, who has pushed for tighter election laws.

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5 Races To Watch This Election Day


Voters in the populous, influential states of New York and Florida cast their ballots in potentially consequential primary elections this Tuesday. Last-minute, court-ordered redistricting in New York has turned the Democratic-leaning state into an internecine battlefield for rival left-of-center political factions. The left sees an unlikely bright spot in a central Florida House primary. And the resignation of a Republican congressman in western New York has raised the specter of a right-wing extremist rising to fill his place.

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GOP Candidates Take Extreme Positions In Races Where Abortion Access Is On The Line


Michigan Republican gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon told a local news show on Aug. 19 that she doesn’t support an exception for rape in an abortion ban because the birth of the child provided “healing” for the mother.

Dixon’s statement is the latest in a series of anti-abortion statements she has made that are woefully unpopular. And she isn’t alone.

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Trump-Backed Candidate Doug Mastriano Wore Full Confederate Garb At Army Photo


A newly published photo of Doug Mastriano, a far-right conspiracy theorist and Pennsylvania gubernatorial nominee supported by former President Donald Trump, shows him wearing a Confederate uniform at the U.S. Army College in 2017.

The photo, obtained by Reuters, shows Mastriano on the far left of a faculty group photo wearing the uniform and regalia.

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Doug Mastriano Sues Jan. 6 Committee Over Deposition Authority


HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee for governor on Thursday sued the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, contesting its legal ability to force him to answer questions about it.

The lawsuit filed by Doug Mastriano contends that the committee lacks appointees of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), and thus does not comply with House rules for conducting a compelled deposition of witnesses.

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Obamas To Unveil Official White House Portraits With Help From Biden


WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s been more than a decade since President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, welcomed back George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, for the unveiling of their White House portraits, part of a beloved Washington tradition that for decades managed to transcend partisan politics.

President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, are set to revive that ritual — after an awkward and anomalous gap in the Trump years — when they host the Obamas on Wednesday for the big reveal of their portraits in front of scores of friends, family and staff.

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Kayleigh McEnany Tweet Calling Out Biden Doesn't Go As Planned


Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tried to call out President Joe Biden on Thursday, but received a pat on the back for saying something true instead.

In a primetime address, Biden condemned Republican election deniers for the threat they pose to American democracy.

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Secret Service Official And Ex-Trump Aide Tony Ornato Retires Amid Jan. 6 Probe


Secret Service Assistant Director Tony Ornato, who was at the center of bombshell testimony about former President Donald Trump’s alleged outbursts during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, has stepped down from the federal agency.

Ornato, who at one point also served as a White House political adviser to Trump, retired Monday “in good standing after 25 years of devoted service,”

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Biden To Continue Push Against ‘MAGA Republicans’ In Pennsylvania Visit


WASHINGTON ― Just days after hitting Donald Trump-supporting Republican office holders for their “semi-fascism,” President Joe Biden plans to continue his more aggressive recent tone Tuesday by turning the GOP’s “defunding the police” attacks back against them.

“The president will make clear that congressional Republicans’ extreme ‘MAGA’ agenda is a threat to the rule of law,” a senior White House official said on condition of anonymity.

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GOP Gov. Chris Sununu Demands Biden Apology Over 'Semi-Fascism' Comment


New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) on Sunday demanded an apology from Joe Biden after the president criticized a wing of the Republican Party for embracing authoritarianism.

“The fact that the president would go out and just insult half of America [and] effectively call half of America semi-fascist,” Sununu said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “He’s trying to stir up controversy. He’s trying to stir up this anti-Republican sentiment right before the election. It’s horribly inappropriate.”

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Joe Biden Calls On Nation To Reject Extremist Republicans Who Threaten Democracy


President Joe Biden called on Americans to take seriously the threat election deniers pose to democracy in a prime-time speech to the nation on Thursday, honing his message against “extremist” Republicans ahead of the November elections.

The president spoke outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia, drawing upon the gathering place of the nation’s Founding Fathers to cast the coming midterm elections as a referendum on democracy itself.

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