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  • Biden's Leading CIA Director Pick Backed Torture Former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell, one of the two leading candidates expected to be nominated by Joe Biden to head the agency, could face opposition from Democrats for being an outspoken defender of the CIA's interrogation program, including torture.
  • Pope Elevates 13 New Cardinals Then Puts Them in Their Place Pope Francis raised 13 new cardinals to the highest rank in the Catholic hierarchy Saturday and immediately warned them not to use their titles for corrupt, personal gain, presiding over a ceremony marked from beginning to end by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • 2 Shot, Killed at Northern California Mall on Black Friday 
  • Disney Increases Planned Layoffs to 32,000 as Virus Hits Park Attendance Walt Disney Co. said Wednesday it would lay off about 32,000 workers, primarily at its theme parks, an increase from the 28,000 it announced in September, as the company struggles with limited customers due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Biden Considering Cindy McCain for UK Ambassador Role Joe Biden is eyeing Cindy McCain as a potential U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, according to multiple sources."It's hers if she wants it," a source told The Times of London about McCain, the widow of the late Sen. John McCain.
  • New Jersey Woman Accused of Sending Money to Terrorists A New Jersey woman has been arrested on charges that she was sending money to a foreign terrorist organization in Syria, according to the U.S. Attorney's office.
  • Guantanamo Prisoners Hang Release Hopes on Biden The oldest prisoner at the Guantanamo Bay detention center went to his latest review board hearing with a degree of hope, something that has been scarce during his 16 years locked up without charges at the U.S. base in Cuba.
  • UK Testing Error Wrongly Tells 1,300 People They Have Coronavirus Over 1,300 people in Britain were inaccurately informed they were infected with coronavirus after a laboratory error at the government's NHS Test and Trace system, the Department of Health and Social Care told Reuters on Saturday.
  • Sharyl Attkisson to Newsmax TV: 2016 Accelerated Media Bias Special interest forces saw the 2016 information cycle as too free online, so they bolstered efforts to control the dissemination of dissent online, according to author Sharyl Attkisson on Newsmax TV.
  • Carter Page Suing FBI, DOJ for $75M Over Surveillance Carter Page has filed a $75 million lawsuit against the Department of Justice, the FBI, and several other key parties involved in his surveillance as part of the 2017 special counsel investigation into Russian collusion and President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
  • North Korea's Kim Executed 2, Locks Down for COVID North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has reportedly executed two people and tightened money and trade policies amid the global coronavirus pandemic, according to South Korea intelligence.
  • Pfizer Begins Shipping COVID-19 Vaccine to US From Belgium Pharmaceutical manufacturer Pfizer began shipping doses of its COVID-19 vaccine Friday via chartered cargo flights between Brussels, Belgium, and Chicago to have stockpiles in position for distribution as soon as it is approved for inoculations by regulators, The Wall...
  • Iran Tells UN of 'Serious Indications' Israel Killed Scientist Nov 27 (Reuters) - Iran said there are "serious indications of Israeli responsibility" in the assassination of an Iranian scientist and it reserves the right to defend itself, the country wrote in a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the U.N. Security...
  • New Rule Could Allow Gas, Firing Squads for US Executions The Justice Department is quietly amending its execution protocols, no longer requiring federal death sentences to be carried out by lethal injection and clearing the way to use other methods like firing squads and poison gas.The amended rule, published Friday in the...
  • Malls Adapt With Santas Behind Plexiglass: Black Friday Update With sparse crowds and none of the stampedes of holidays past, some retail watchers started to refer to Black Friday as Blasé Friday instead -- and that was even before the virus hit.The sluggish in-person traffic reported in 2019 is only expected to thin out further this...
  • Dark Money, Assailed by Dems, Aided Biden: Analysis Though Dems have long criticized anonymous money in politics, this latest election cycle saw a wave of it flow into and fill up Democratic Party coffers.According to an analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics for CNN, more than $320 million in "dark money" boosted...
  • Pope Francis Urges Solidarity During Pandemic Pope Francis on Friday wrote in The New York Times that ''the pandemic has reminded us that no one is saved alone,'' while calling on people around the world to focus on ''the common good.'' Francis wrote: ''To come out of this crisis better, we have to recover the knowledge...
  • Parents of Journalist Kidnapped in Syria Urge Trump to Secure Release The parents of Austin Tice, the freelance journalist who disappeared while working in Syria in 2012, are urging President Donald Trump to ensure the release of their son. Debra and Marc Tice told Fox News' "America's Newsroom" on Friday that they "don't really know" how the...
  • Pot Stocks Gain as House to Vote on Decriminalization Pot stocks jumped after an updated U.S. House schedule showed a vote will be held on marijuana decriminalization next week.The BI Global Cannabis Competitive Peers index, which had been trading lower before the announcement, quickly gained 3% to the highest since Feb. 10....
  • Statues Across Country Torn Down on Thanksgiving Multiple statues of historical, often colonial, figures were torn down on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, and vandalized with red paint and graffiti, Fox News reports. A Spokane, Washington, police report says that a statue of President Abraham Lincoln was vandalized with paint...
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  • Why Georgia’s Audit Did Not Expose Problems: Voter GA Co-Founder on Georgia Recount The recount Georgia’s doing now is simply a rescanning of the ballots. So that means that if there are any illegal ballots in the count, or anything wrong with the Dominion Voting System, it won’t be detected. Any problems with the machines should have been detected during the state’s first by-hand audit, however the directions given […]
  • Trump Praises State Lawmakers for ‘Defending Our Great Constitution’ President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to praise lawmakers for defending the Constitution. “So much credit to all of the brave men and women in state houses who are defending our great Constitution. Thank you!” the president said in the tweet. While it is unclear what actions Trump was specifically referring to, his […]
  • Questionable Votes Exceed Margin: Analyst A data analyst performed 35 experiments in 5 states regarding voter data in the presidential election. According to his findings, in at least three of the states the number of questionable or potentially fraudulent ballots exceeds the vote margin between Trump and Biden. The leader of the Voter Integrity Project and former Trump Data and […]
  • Three Arrested as Demonstration in Seattle Turns Violent Seattle police made three arrests on Friday night during a demonstration on Capitol Hill, with one of those taken into custody accused of assaulting a police officer. Sgt. Randy Huserik of the Seattle Police Department said in a statement that the arrests took place after officers announced a dispersal order when protesters blocked all lanes […]
  • Wisconsin Election Officials Say State Supreme Court Shouldn’t Invalidate Election Election officials in Wisconsin asked the state’s Supreme Court on Friday not to invalidate the Nov. 3 election. The Wisconsin Elections Commission said plaintiffs who filed an emergency petition earlier this week made arguments that rest “on the flimsiest of legal and factual bases.” “They begin with a smorgasbord of meritless legal arguments about how […]
  • Trump Doubles Down on Need to Roll Back Legal Protections for Tech Companies President Donald Trump this week renewed his calls to curtail legal protections for internet companies amid allegations of censorship and selective policing of user content. “For purposes of National Security, Section 230 must be immediately terminated!!!” Trump wrote on Twitter. The president has been vocal over the need to limit or repeal legal liability protections […]
  • ‘Stop the Steal’ Rallies in Georgia and Pennsylvania 
  • Pennsylvania Senator: ‘Mounting Evidence’ Shows Election Was Compromised A growing body of evidence shows the presidential election in Pennsylvania was compromised, a state senator said Saturday. “There is mounting evidence that the PA presidential election was compromised. If this is the case, under Article II, Section 1.2 of the U.S. Constitution, the state legislature has the sole authority to direct the manner of […]
  • Trump Administration Supports First ‘Mass Air Shipment’ of COVID-19 Vaccine The federal government said Friday it supported the first mass shipment by air of a vaccine for COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. “As a result of the historic pace of vaccine development through Operation Warp Speed and careful logistics planning, the FAA today is supporting the first mass air shipment […]
  • Sidney Powell’s Allegations in Georgia Serious Enough to Alter the Election Results: Expert Harmeet K. Dhillon said that former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell’s allegations in her lawsuit filed in Georgia are serious enough to change the results of the election. “These are serious allegations. … Either of these big themes would be enough to change the election results given the narrow margin for Biden,” Dhillon said in a […]
  • New Lawsuit Asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to Declare All Drop-Box Ballots Illegal and Block Certification A new lawsuit filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court seeks to block the state from certifying the election results, arguing that all ballots cast via drop boxes are illegal and should be discarded, and if such ballots cannot be reliably identified for rejection, then the state legislature should nominate its own slate of presidential electors. The […]
  • President’s Lawyers Working to Convince Arizona’s Legislature to Appoint Trump Electors President Donald Trump’s lawyers are working to persuade lawmakers in Arizona to appoint electors for the Republicans to the Electoral College. “‘We’re hopeful that Arizona will follow the same path that Pennsylvania has now spearheaded by going first, and by seeing that there is substantial and more than enough evidence that this election was irredeemably […]
  • California’s Top Police Chief Talks Toll of Protests, Pandemic on Officers Activists and celebrities who tell people that police are hunting “black and brown targets” are hurting more than helping minority communities, says one of California’s top cops. “It’s just reprehensible to me. Nothing could be further from the truth,” Eric Nuñez told The Epoch Times. Nuñez is the president of  the California Police Chiefs Association […]
  • Former NFL Player and Congressman-Elect Touts Republican ‘Freedom Force’ as Counter to ‘Squad’ Former NFL player and congressman-elect Burgess Owens, who clinched a win in Utah’s 4th Congressional district, expressed his backing for a newly-formed conservative group of Reps.-elect dubbed the “Freedom Force,” formed as a counterweight to the far-left Democrat pack known as the “Squad.” Owens told Fox News on Friday that he believes the conservative grouping […]
  • New DOJ Rule Opens Door to Executions by Electrocution, Firing Squad, Poison Gas The Department of Justice (DOJ) is amending its execution protocols to allow death sentences to be carried out by other methods than just lethal injection—including by electrocution, firing squad, and poison gas. The new rule, published Friday in the Federal Register and due to become effective on Dec. 24, allows authorities to carry out executions […]
  • Former Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page Sues DOJ, FBI, James Comey A former Donald Trump campaign adviser on Friday sued the Department of Justice and the lawyer who admitted to falsifying evidence against the adviser, among others. Carter Page filed the 59-page lawsuit in federal court in Washington, alleging he was surveilled illegally as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into alleged collusion between the […]
  • CDC Panel to Meet to Vote on Priority for COVID-19 Vaccine A panel of medical experts will meet on Dec. 1 to decide how to distribute the first COVID-19 vaccine doses. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, a panel established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will discuss how to allocate the initial tranche and how to monitor the safety of the vaccine in […]
  • Trump, USPS Appeal Ruling that Blocked Postal Service Changes Before Election President Donald Trump, The U.S. Postal Service (USPS), and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Friday appealed a federal judge’s ruling suspending service changes at USPS and rushing the delivery of ballots prior to the Nov. 3 presidential election, according to the Justice Department. The appeal pertains to a pair of preliminary injunction orders issued in […]
  • Giuliani: Trump Campaign Focusing on Supreme Court, State Legislatures President Donald Trump’s campaign is working on two fronts, Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Friday: legal battles and state legislatures. “The objective here is twofold. One is to get the right case to the Supreme Court. And we’ve got four or five of them that are headed there. And also to try to convince the legislators […]
  • House to Take Up Cannabis Legalization as Voting Resumes The House of Representatives will resume voting on Dec. 2, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) announced Friday. The House last voted on bills on Nov. 20. The House will be in session for votes from Wednesday through Friday, Hoyer informed colleagues in a scheduling update. Five bills are being considered on Dec. 2, including […]
  • Newport Beach Set to Break Ground on New Fire Station The City of Newport Beach is preparing to break ground on a new fire station to replace its nearly 70-year-old Lido Station facility. The new site will relocate the current Fire Station 2 closer to Balboa Island on the peninsula. An official ground-breaking ceremony for the city’s Cannery Village site is planned for Dec. 8 […]
  • Motorcycle Officer Injured By Driver On 91 Freeway In Fullerton Area FULLERTON, Calif. (CNS)—A Buena Park Police Department officer on a motorcycle was injured on the evening of Nov. 27 when a suspect reportedly backed up into him on the westbound Artesia (91) Freeway in the Fullerton area. Shortly before 7 p.m., officers responded to a report of an officer down on the roadway, near the […]
  • Ohio Elections Chief Certifies Results of 2020 General Election in Favor of Trump Ohio’s Secretary of State Frank LaRose certified the results of the 2020 general election on Friday, delivering the state’s 18 electoral votes to President Donald Trump, who beat Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden by about 8 percentage points. LaRose, a Republican, said in an announcement that nearly 6 million people voted in the state this year—or 5,974,121 […]
  • Judge: Republicans Will Likely Win Pennsylvania Election Lawsuit The judge who ordered Pennsylvania to not certify the results of the 2020 election wrote in an opinion on Friday that the Republicans who filed the related lawsuit will likely win the case. Pennsylvania Commonwealth Judge Patricia McCullough made the assessment as part of an opinion explaining her rationale for blocking Pennsylvania’s election certification. A group […]
  • Milwaukee County Recount Concludes Finding Slightly Larger Margin for Biden One of the two Wisconsin counties auditing the results of the 2020 election concluded its recount on Nov. 27, showing the margin of former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead to be 132 votes greater than the initial count. Milwaukee County finished recounting nearly 460,000 ballots on Friday, finding 257 more votes for Biden and 123 […]
  • Pennsylvania Republicans Introduce Resolution Disputing Election Results Republican state lawmakers in Pennsylvania on Friday announced a resolution they will soon be introducing to dispute the results of the 2020 election. The text of the resolution, released in a memo on Nov. 27, states that the executive and judicial branches of the Keystone State’s government usurped the legislature’s constitutional power to set the rules of the […]
  • Los Angeles Issues New Stay-at-Home Order Due to CCP Virus Los Angeles County announced on Friday a new stay at home order for three weeks amid a recent increase in known CCP virus cases in the region. The order from the County of Los Angeles Public Health takes effect starting Nov. 30 and will last until at least Dec. 20. It prohibits residents from attending […]
  • Republican House Whip: Biden Energy Plans Threaten American Manufacturing Jobs House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) criticized presidential nominee Joe Biden’s energy plans, saying they would impact “hard-working families” and undo the progress the Trump administration has made in the economic recovery for the middle-class. Scalise said Biden’s energy policies would destroy American fossil-fuel sector jobs, increase energy costs for families, and make the United […]
  • 53 Nations Committed to Excluding Untrusted 5G Vendors From Their Networks Brazil, Ecuador, and the Dominican Republic last week joined the U.S-led Clean Network initiative meant to ensure that its participants use only trusted vendors in their 5G networks, said State Department Under Secretary Keith Krach on Wednesday. “Brazil became the 50th member of the Clean Network, followed by Ecuador and the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica is […]
  • America Is Talking (Nov. 27): Republicans Win Back 3 House Seats in California; General Flynn Pardoned by President Trump In this episode of America Is Talking, we talk to Peter Kuo, vice chair of the California Republican Party, and Craig Keshishian, senior advisor to InsiderAdvantage, about three Republican victories in California House races. Then, we discuss President Donald Trump granting a full pardon to General Michael Flynn with Ivan Pentchoukov, senior political reporter for […]
  • Donors Give Another $7.5 Million to Newport Beach Nursing Program NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (CNS)—Local philanthropists Julia and George Argyros have given another $7.5 million to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian to enhance the hospital’s nursing services. “For many years, I have watched with great admiration as Hoag has used its resources to thoughtfully develop what is without question one of the nation’s finest nursing services,” Julia […]
  • Orange County Election Turnout Highest Since 1964 Orange County recorded the highest voter turnout in 56 years during the recent presidential general election, with more than 53 percent of voters favoring the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket. Results of the Nov. 3 election—which came down to razor-thin margins in some local districts—were certified Nov. 25 by Orange County Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley. […]
  • Trump Should Stay in Legal Fight Over Election as Long as He Can: Rep. Steube President Donald Trump should continue his legal fight to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election, Rep. Greg Steube (R-Fla.) said Friday. “He absolutely should stay in this fight as long as we have legal options for him in some of these states where there is affidavits of frauds that have occurred,” Steube said […]
  • Trump Challenges Biden: Prove Votes Were Not Illegally Obtained to Enter White House President Donald Trump said on Friday that Democratic nominee Joe Biden can only enter the White House as the next commander-in-chief if he is able to prove votes were not “fraudulently or illegally obtained.” “Biden can only enter the White House as President if he can prove that his ridiculous ‘80,000,000 votes’ were not fraudulently […]
  • Findings on Election Irregularities Would Overturn Results in 3 States, Analyst Says The former data and strategy director for President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign says he has found enough evidence to suggest the election results could be “easily” turned to favor the president. He assembled a team just days after the election to look for inconsistencies in six contested states: Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada. […]
  • Republican House Candidates Lead 7 of 8 Races that Have Not Been Officially Called Eight U.S. House races have not been officially called almost a month after election day. As of Nov. 25 in seven of the remaining races, Republican candidates were leading their Democrat opponents while the New York Supreme Court issued an injunction on Tuesday blocking certification of the eighth. Currently, there are 223 Democrat and 204 […]
  • Trump: Hard to Concede ‘Because We Know There Was Massive Fraud’ President Donald Trump told reporters it would be hard to concede the 2020 presidential race if the Electoral College votes for Democratic nominee Joe Biden. “It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede because we know there was massive fraud,” Trump said, speaking from the White House on Thanksgiving. He added that he […]
  • Arizona State Legislature to Hold ‘Urgent’ Election Integrity Hearing With Trump’s Lawyers The Arizona State Legislature is scheduled to hold an election integrity hearing on Nov. 30 that will include President Donald Trump’s lawyers Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani, Ellis, and others held a hearing in front of Pennsylvania State Republican senators on Wednesday, where they argued that the state legislature should take steps to reclaim […]
  • Georgia Lawsuit Contains 30 Allegations Attorney Sidney Powell’s Georgia lawsuit contains 30 allegations of electoral fraud and other illegal and irregular activities—most based on witness and expert statements. The suit alleges issues with the software used by Dominion machines as well as the machines themselves. It claims someone could input malicious code with just “7 minutes alone” with a machine […]
  • Video: Conrad Black: ‘Great Trump War’ Will Continue, Regardless of Election Outcome In this episode, we sit down with media mogul Conrad Black, the former publisher of The London Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, The Chicago Sun-Times, and The Jerusalem Post. Black is also the author of authoritative biographies of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Richard Nixon, and, most recently, “Donald J. Trump: A President Like No Other.” Regardless […]
  • Trump Says People Shouldn’t Boycott Georgia Runoff Elections, Only ‘Very Sick People’ Benefit President Donald Trump rejected calls to boycott the Georgia Senate election in early January, suggesting that it’s disinformation designed to benefit Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. “No, the 2020 Election was a total scam, we won by a lot (and will hopefully turn over the fraudulent result), but we must get out and […]
  • Pennsylvania GOP Legislature Will Seek to Reclaim Power to Appoint Electors: State Senator Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano, a Republican, said Friday that the GOP-controlled state legislature will make a bid to reclaim its power to appoint the state’s electors to the Electoral College, saying they could start the process on Monday, Nov. 30. Mastriano told War Room that he has been in communication with Republican Pennsylvania House […]
  • Johns Hopkins University Newspaper Pulls Down Article Questioning COVID-19 Death Tolls Johns Hopkins University’s student newspaper has removed an article, in which an economics professor suggested that the current COVID-19 death toll is misleading, based on her analysis of official data. The article, which was published Sunday on Johns Hopkins News-Letter, focused on an analysis performed by Genevieve Briand, an assistant program director at the university’s […]
  • Sen. Tim Scott: Stakes Are High for Georgia Runoff Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) told Fox News that if Democrats win the two Senate seats in the Georgia runoffs, they will transform America with socialist policies. “There’s no doubt when you think of the elections in Georgia, it’s not simply controlling the Senate, it’s controlling the legislative agenda for America,” he said. The Georgia runoffs […]
  • Digital Forensic Analysis Shows Dominion’s Server Connected to Iran and China: Affidavit A digital forensic analysis by a former military intelligence analyst whose name was redacted in an affidavit accompanying attorney Sidney Powell’s lawsuit against Michigan officials, claims to present “unambiguous evidence” that Dominion Voter Systems servers were accessible to and were “certainly compromised by rogue actors, such as Iran and China.” Powell’s complaint, filed on Nov. […]
  • Pennsylvania Court Rejects Trump Appeal, Campaign Lawyers Say It’s ‘On to SCOTUS’ The U.S. Third Circuit of Appeals in Pennsylvania on Friday rejected President Donald Trump’s campaign appeal in their challenge of the state’s election results, a move that Trump’s lawyers said will allow them to expedite their lawsuits to the U.S. Supreme Court. “The activist judicial machinery in Pennsylvania continues to cover up the allegations of […]
  • Group Sues to Invalidate Michigan Election Results, Claiming Widespread ‘Lawlessness’ The Amistad Project filed a lawsuit this week asking Michigan’s Supreme Court to invalidate the state’s election results, arguing that state and local officials engaged in unlawful conduct in how they handled the election. “The pattern of lawlessness was so pervasive and widespread that it deprived the people of Michigan of a free and fair election, […]
  • GOP Flips 3rd House Seat in California In the 21st congressional district of California, the vote-counting process has been paused for over 10 days due to CCP virus exposure at the local elections office earlier this month. After the counting resumed, Republican challenger David Valadao came out victorious, unseating Democratic incumbent TJ Cox. The Republican win in California’s 21st district marks the […]
  • US Agency Opens Probe Into 115,000 Tesla Vehicles Over Suspension Issue The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on Friday said it had opened an investigation into around 115,0000 Tesla vehicles over a front suspension safety issue. The auto safety regulator said it was opening a preliminary evaluation into 2015-2017 Model S and 2016-2017 Model X vehicles after receiving 43 complaints alleging failure of the […]
  • Facts Matter (Nov. 26): Powell Files New Lawsuits in 2 States Sidney Powell filed 2 federal lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan. They include major allegations of voter fraud, witness testimony, and surveillance footage. Facts Matter is an Epoch Times show available on YouTube. Follow Roman on Instagram: @epoch.times.roman