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CNN’s Lemon: GOP Was for Order Up Until ‘Shady Realty’ Trump Came Along

October 20, 2021

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San Francisco Closes In-N-Out After Business Defies Vaccine Mandates

October 20, 2021

California fast food giant, In-N-Out Burger, earned itself a public flogging in the left-wing haven of San Francisco after the company refused to comply with the city’s vaccine mandate. According to KRON4, the San Francisco Department of Public Health shut down the city’s In-N-Out Burger restaurant near Fisherman’s Wharf because “employees were not properly checking…

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VIEW: Aaron Rodgers Sounds Off on ‘PC Woke Culture’ After Fight with Bears Fans

October 20, 2021

Aaron Rodgers has added many a chapter to the storied rivalry between the Bears and Packers, but on Sunday, he may have added his most colorful yet. With just four minutes and 30 seconds left in the game, Rodgers carried the ball into the end zone himself to put the finishing touches on a 24-14…

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Trump on Colin Powell: Made Big Mistakes, Anyhow Might He Rest in Peace

October 20, 2021

Former President Donald Trump commented on Colin Powell after the former Secretary of State’s death was announced Monday. “Wonderful to see Colin Powell, who made big mistakes on Iraq and famously, so-called weapons of mass destruction, be treated in death so beautifully by the Fake News Media,” the former president said in a press release…

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Procter & Gamble Raising Costs on Customer Staples as Scarcities and Bidenflation Bite

October 19, 2021

Procter & Gamble is raising prices on consumer staples and hiking its estimate of cost inflation. The consumer products giant—which makes Tide detergent, Bounty paper towels, Gillette razors, and Crest toothpaste—says it is paying more for raw materials and transportation than it expected and sees no easing of inflationary pressures. “The input cost pressures are…

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Report: Joe Manchin Exposes Democrats Will Likely Miss Reconciliation’s Halloween Due date

October 19, 2021

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Monday told reporters Democrats will likely miss the Halloween deadline for passing the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package. “There is an awful lot going on. I don’t know how that would happen,” Manchin said in relation to the reconciliation package. Manchin also suggested Democrats should have a “meeting of the minds.”   Manchin did meet with socialist…

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Leftist Media Freak After Jon Stewart Calls Out Their Trump Derangement

October 19, 2021

Former Comedy Central Daily Show host Jon Stewart found himself on the receiving end of a leftist firestorm a day after he dared to criticize and call out their incessant focus on for President Donald Trump. During an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday, Stewart said that the media made a “mistake” by characterizing former President…

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Tucker Carlson: What Else However Affirmative Action Could Discuss the Climb of Pete Buttigieg?

October 19, 2021

On Monday’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on FNC, host Tucker Carlson reflected on former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s passing but compared him to Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg. Carlson reminded viewers that Powell was often called an “affirmative action” hire. However, according to Carlson, Powell “deserved to be where he got, which was not quite…

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Amazon Releases Pete Buttigieg Documentary Trailer as His Paternity Leave, Supply Chain Crisis Explodes

October 18, 2021

Amazon Prime released a trailer for Mayor Pete, a documentary on Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg (D)’s failed White House run. The trailer comes amid controversy over the Biden administration official taking paid paternity leave since mid-August as the U.S. faces a massive supply-chain crisis. The documentary details his rise from an Indiana mayor, to a failed Democrat…

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Report: Sporting Occasions Have Not End Up Being Coronavirus ‘Superspreader’ Occasions

October 18, 2021

According to a recent report by NBC’s Shaquille Brewster, the “experts” have been shocked to discover that large crowds meeting at sporting events have not become the coronavirus “superspreader” events that they feared. Indeed, concurrent with the massive crowds often topping 70 and 80 thousand fans at college games, coronavirus cases have declined in the…

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