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Republican Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has been "racially attacked by the left" since his announcement of the grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor shooting investigation, author and activist Candace Owens told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday.

Cameron, who is Black, was thrust into the national spotlight on Wednesday after he announced that no murder charges would be brought against Louisville police officers in connection with Taylor's death, prompting attacks from celebrities and mainstream media outlets.
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Candace Owens: Black GOP Kentucky AG 'racially attacked' by left because he doesn't fit their 'prototype' | Fox News

Voters in the Midwest should look closely at the state of Illinois before deciding who to vote for in this year's presidential election, Laura Ingraham said Thursday.

"The Ingraham Angle" host opened her show by analyzing recent polls that show President Trump gaining ground in Florida and Arizona and tight races in many of the Midwest states that Joe Biden hopes to either keep in the Democratic column or take back from the incumbent.
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Laura Ingraham: 'Midwest finally has its moment' in this election, and Illinois is a warning | Fox News




Another U.S.-brokered normalization deal between Israel and an Arab country is expected to be signed soon, US Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft said in an interview with Al-Arabiya Wednesday.

“Our plan is to bring more countries, which we will have more being announced very soon … One [country will sign] in the next day or two,” said Craft.
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US Envoy to UN: Another Israel Peace Deal in

Hispanic Americans are the most convinced by campaign rhetoric that denounces illegal immigration to the United States and the “defund the police” movement, a new survey found.

New York Times columnist Thomas Edsall noted five issues facing Joe Biden’s campaign — one of which is President Trump’s support among Hispanic Americans.
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Hispanics Most Opposed to Illegal Immigration, Defunding Police Survey Said

North Korean soldiers killed a South Korean fisheries official and burned his body on board a North Korean vessel just north of the inter-Korean maritime border this week, the South’s defense ministry confirmed on Thursday.

The 47-year-old was affiliated with South Korea’s Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, South Korean news agency Yonhap reported. His colleagues reported him missing Monday while on duty aboard an inspection boat in waters off the western border island of Yeonpyeong in the Yellow Sea.
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Seoul Accused North Korean Government of Incinerating South Korean Official

The lawyer for a Pakistani Christian sentenced to death blasphemy told Fox News on Monday that his client did not insult the Islamic prophet as alleged, but merely refused to convert to Islam.

Asif Pervaiz, 37, was accused of sending “blasphemous” text messages to his former supervisor, allegedly insulting the Islamic prophet. Pervaiz spoke in his own defense during the trial, denying the charges against him. The court rejected his testimony and sentenced him to death on September 8.
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Pakistani Man Sentenced to Death for

The corporate media have been smearing Donald Trump since he launched his successful run for the presidency. Editors on Wikipedia have done the same. This includes a college professor at the beginning of Trump’s term pushing students to add attacks on the President, editors placing mocking or incendiary articles about him on the site’s front page, equating Trump with the Nazis, and advancing the Russian collusion and Ukraine “quid pro quo” smears that have dominated his administration.
Wikipedia Editors Smearing President Trump

Great. Now Zuck, Dorsey, and the Alphabet crew are defining words for us.

Facebook, Google’s YouTube, and Twitter have, under pressure from the advertising industry, agreed to a set of “common definitions” for allegedly “hateful” and “harmful” content and to “harmonize” reporting standards for such content across the industry.
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Facebook, YouTube, Twitter Agreed to Common Definition of

War zone Chicago: The Chicago Sun-Times reported the fatalities began just before 10:30 a.m. when 22-year-old Jeremiah Neves and a 39-year-old woman were walking on the 2500 block of North Maplewood Avenue. A male approached them and opened fire. Neves was shot and killed, the woman was shot but received non-life-threatening injuries.
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13 Shot, 3 Killed, Wednesday in Mayor Lightfoot's Chicagoland

A large construction firm in Utah announced that it's giving up its VIP suite, after Utah Jazz players began kneeling during the national anthem.

SME Steel Contractors, based in Salt Lake County, said that the Jazz should “put a stop to all disrespectful actions during the anthem and remove the Black Lives Matter logo from the arena,” according to the Washington Free Beacon.
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Utah Company Gave Up Jazz VIP Suite Over Players Kneeling During National Anthem

A woman attending a Logan High School football game in Logan, Ohio, was tased and arrested on Wednesday because she wasn’t wearing a mask.

Alecia Kitts drove to Logan to watch her son play. But a Logan police officer soon spotted her sitting without a mask among three other people, according to TheOhioStar.com.
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Ohio Mother Tased, Arrested for Not Wearing Mask at Football Game

U.S. Attorney John Durham, who's investigating the FBI’s conduct in its probe of President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, is also probing the Clinton Foundation, according to a report Thursday in the New York Times.

Breitbart contributor Peter Schweizer argued in his 2015 book, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, the Clinton Foundation appeared to be a vehicle for former President Bill Clinton and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to sell influence and access.
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U.S. Attorney John Durham Reportedly Investigating Clinton Foundation

A large batch of mail, including mailed-in ballots, was discovered in a ditch along a Wisconsin road on Tuesday.

The Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office reported three trays were found in a ditch early in the morning.

The mail was found close to the intersection of highways 96 and CB, near the Appleton International Airport. It was turned over to the postal service.
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Mailed-In Ballots Found in Wisconsin Ditch

The lake, known as the “Ujman” to Kosovars and as the “Gazivoda” to Serbians, is the subject of dispute between the two countries. Around 80 percent of its waters are located in Kosovo and 20 percent in Serbia. A banner appeared over the lake on Thursday reading “Lake Trump.”

The Gazeta Express learned that both Kosovo PM Avdullah Hoti and Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic have expressed their willingness to accept the name.
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Serbia and Kosovo: Disputed Lake to Be Named After President Trump

Louisville Police Department Refuses To Release Daily Caller Reporters Despite Confirming Press Credentials | The Daily Caller
Louisville Police Department Refuses To Release Daily Caller Reporters Despite Confirming Press Credentials | The Daily Caller

Looney Glenn Beck twitted: “Having ONE BILLION AMERICANS is a goal worth striving for and crucial to keeping China from overtaking us as the top global power.”

After a conversation with progressive author Matt Yglesias, who has recently published a book urging the tripling of the U.S. population from 330 million to 1 billion, Beck seemed to think it's a dandy idea.
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Glenn Beck Made a Call to More Than Triple U. S. Population to One Billion

And in this case it was even Dem on Dem voter fraud LOL!

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