Local officials in Pennsylvania say nine ballots were discarded in error by a "temporary seasonal independent contractor." The Justice Department says seven of the ballots were for President Trump @CNN
“Seven (7) of those ballots when discovered by investigators were outside of any envelope. Those ballots were all cast for presidential candidate Trump. One (1) of those seven (7) ballots was able to be identified to an envelope that was recovered.
Two (2) military ballots that had been discarded were previously recovered by elections staff, reinserted into what appeared to be their appropriate envelopes, and then resealed. Therefore, the votes cast on those two (2) ballots are unknown.
Insane left wing SCOTUS plotter @EricaPayneAP: “I manipulate the media better than anyone else on this phone call;” asks if the can “extract any flesh and bone” from the SCOTUS nominee washex.am/340gYW7
“President of left wing group @PatrioticMills, Erica Payne, urged activists to work against a coming Trump SCOTUS nominee by “mak[ing] this an unbelievably painful process for Senate Republicans” and “kick[ing] the f--- out of” Democratic senators who won’t fight hard enough.
Saying that Democrats are showing such weakness as to be “utter bullshit,” Payne acknowledged that the nominee almost certainly will be confirmed, but “the question is whether we can extract any flesh and bone in the process.”
According to footnote 334 of the Inspector General Report, the “Primary Sub-Source was the subject of an FBI counterintelligence investigation from 2009 to 2011 that assessed his/her documented contacts with suspected Russian intelligence officers.”
“[T]he FBI commenced this investigation based on information by the FBI indicating that the Primary Sub-Source may be a threat to national security,” the summary states. The Primary Sub-Source was an employee at a “prominent U.S. think tank,”
Police arrest girlfriend of man who fatally shot North Carolina boy #CannonHinnant, 5, say she aided escape
Prosecutors alleged that Pettit knew her boyfriend, 25-year-old Darius Sessoms, had fatally shot the boy and arranged for him to leave town.
Sessoms, the Hinnant family’s next-door neighbor, was caught and charged with 1st-degree murder within 24 hours of the senseless attack.
Authorities say Cannon Hinnant was shot to death at point blank range by Sessoms on August 9, while the young boy was riding his bike near his home,
Around 10:45 PM a protestor approached the East Precinct and threw an explosive that went through a roll-up gate and exploded near waiting bike officers. A few minutes later additional people cut wires powering the security cameras to the precinct.
Officers identified the individual who threw the explosive and attempted to arrest the person. As a group off bike officers attempted to make the arrest they were then assaulted with bottles and rocks.
Democrats have floated several strategies to stop Trump from replacing Ginsburg. @RepJerryNadler called for future Democrat senators to "immediately move to expand the court.”
.@SpeakerPelosi stated that impeaching Trump again to bog down the Senate, so it may not have time to confirm the new justice, is also on the table. “We can impeach [Trump] any day of the week,” she said.
CNN’s Manu Raju took a break from his usual duties of stalking Republican senators in the Senate office buildings to ask McConnell at a press briefing, “Why not listen to her dying wish, apparently, to allow the next president to make this decision?”
The Kentucky lawmaker responded well, saying, “I prefer another thing she said recently, which was she thought the number on the Supreme Court ought to be nine.”
John C. Davison, 38, and Vicki M. Davison, 33, were spotted by a Toledo Executive Airport employee walking on the railroad tracks behind the airport in Lake Township, the Sentinel-Tribune reported. The worker said the couple had a backpack and shovels.
Police “converged” on the pair and took them into custody without incident, Lake Township Police Chief Mark Hummer told the newspaper.
In a letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, Administrator Andrew R. Wheeler torched the duo’s leadership and lashed into them for their failure to act during the July “Occupy City Hall” protests which damaged the EPA office and surrounding buildings.
Wheeler also pointed to anti-ICE demonstrations last week where at least a dozen people were arrested, and said he had received intelligence from law enforcement that the group wanted to create a “Portland like” demonstration targeting the campus they work on.
The coronavirus pandemic might have been prevented if not for Chinese cover-ups in the early days of the outbreak and the @WHO “parroting” #CCP propaganda, according to a damning audit from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. nypost.com/2020/09/21/con…
The 96-page report — obtained by The Post ahead of its planned Monday release — says the Chinese Communist Party destroyed evidence and buried troubling data, while nationalizing the supply chains and limiting exports of US companies 3M and GM, keeping key goods in the country.
“It is beyond doubt that the CCP actively engaged in a cover-up designed to obfuscate data, hide relevant public health information, and suppress doctors and journalists who attempted to warn the world,” reads the report, authored by Republican members of the committee.
“I think it’s time for the American people to see what we’ve got,” said Johnson, who chairs the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
“[W]hat our investigations are uncovering, I think, will reveal this is not somebody we should be electing president of the United States," Johnson said in an interview with local Wisconsin radio station WCLO.
“Perhaps it is glib to observe that, at the end of the day, Republicans should confirm a replacement for Justice Ginsburg because they can confirm a replacement for Justice Ginsburg, but there is a lot of truth to that observation.
They can do it because the president has the power under the Constitution to appoint a nominee (I expect it to be Amy Coney Barrett, but Barbara Lagoa is a possibility and a great one), plus because the Senate has the power under the Constitution to confirm said nominee.
Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled and error-ridden campaign in Scranton, Pennsylvania Thursday night by falsely suggesting he’d be the first person elected President without an Ivy League education.
“I grew up here in Scranton. We’re used to guys who look at us and think we’re suckers. If you didn’t have a college degree you must be stupid.
Wen made a distinction between the “behavior” of participants at protests compared to rallies.
“It does not care why it is that people are gathering, but it does care about the conditions under which they're gathering, so outdoors much safer than indoors, wearing masks, obviously, much safer than not wearing masks, ...
Singh spent years affiliating with a hacking organization and boasted on a personal blog about breaking into her neighbor's computers
Jackie Singh, who joined the Biden campaign in July as a senior cyber incident responder and threat analyst, was an affiliate of the hacking organization the Gay N----- Association of America, once headed by white nationalist Andrew Auernheimer.
Speaking in front of the House Homeland Security Committee Thursday, FBI Director Christopher Wray reconfirmed Antifa is a dangerous ideology fueling riots across the country and that agents are conducting investigations into individuals affiliated with the movement.
"Antifa is a real thing. It's not a group or an organization. It's a movement, or an ideology may be one way of thinking of it ...
A bug was recently discovered in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s official campaign app that allowed anyone to access sensitive voter information on millions of Americans. The privacy breach reportedly affects 191 million Americans.
TechCrunch reports that a recent study by the App Analyst, a mobile computing expert that reviews and investigates apps, found a major issue in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s official campaign app.
EXCLUSIVE: Education Department opens investigation into @Princeton University after president deems racism 'embedded' in the school washex.am/3caPbFT
President @ChristopherEisgruberpublished an open letter earlier this month claiming that "racism and the damage it does to people of color persist at Princeton" and that "racist assumptions" are "embedded in structures of the University itself."
According to a letter the Department of Education sent to Princeton, such an admission from Eisgruber raises concerns that Princeton has been receiving tens of millions of dollars of federal funds in violation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
NY is beset by a surge in deadly shootings, homeless have taken over city blocks amid the coronavirus lockdown and officials cannot get schools back open, but City Hall is taking 1 thing seriously — arguing the racial sensitivity of a proclamation to commemorate women’s suffrage.
The nod to the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage was supposed to just be a “note” in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s daily coronavirus briefing, but it ended up triggering a meltdown among his staffers, emails obtained by The Post show.