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Alternet: Alternative News and Information
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The New York Times: Breaking News, World News & Multimedia
Mother Jones: Smart, fearless journalism
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ABC News: Breaking News, Latest News, Headlines & Videos
The Guardian: News, sport and opinion
Daily Kos: Liberal News
CBS News - Breaking News, Live News stream 24x7
MSNBC — Breaking News, Top Stories, & Show Clips
Los Angeles Times
The Nation
Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis
TIME | Current & Breaking News | National & World Updates
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  • 'Mother of all superspreader events': Expert warns daily COVID deaths 'will double' in days after Thanksgiving
    by The New Civil Rights Movement on November 26, 2020

    As millions of Americans are traveling across the country this Thanksgiving, ignoring CDC guidance to stay home and not mix households, a medical expert warns daily COVID-19 deaths will soon double."It's potentially the mother of all superspreader events," Dr. Jonathan Reiner, a professor of medicine at George Washington University, tells CNN Thursday.The U.S. saw more than 181,000 new cases on Wednesday. Current daily deaths are now about 2000 per day. Dr. Reiner says they could come close to 4000 per day soon."I expect that the daily death rate will double in the next 10 days," Reiner says. "We'll be seeing close to 4,000 deaths a day."There's already been a massive increase in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations over the past few weeks, fueling the potential for spread – and death."Every day since November 3," CNN reports, "more than 100,000 new infections have been reported. Every day for more than two weeks, climbing hospitalizations hit another national record. And every single day, hundreds of Americans die of the virus, with both Tuesday and Wednesday recording a daily death toll of more than 2,100 deaths."The CDC projects another 60,000 deaths in less than four weeks, 321,000 total coronavirus deaths by December 19.

  • ‘Kraken’ attorney's message for Trump fans: Make checks payable to Sidney Powell
    by Ray Hartmann on November 26, 2020

    Today we learned why mobster Don Donald Trump wanted the wildest of his wild-eyed attorneys ejected unceremoniously from his so-called legal team: She was trying to cut into his action.Yes, TV attorney Sidney Powell can grift with the best of them.Now that Powell has "unleashed the Kraken" with the help of a copy editor who was smoking the Kraken, it's time to resolve one of the burning questions of the QAnon universe: "How can we ever show our appreciation to Sidney Powell?"It turns out you can send her a check as part of a ruse so shameless that Powell isn't bothering to have your payment made out to the 501 C-4 political "organization" she formed. Just pay the woman directly.You can goose step your way to www.sidneypowell.com and press the "Donate Now" button to support the "Legal Defense Fund for the American Republic." First thing you'll see is a nice photo of Sidney Powell captioned "KRAKEN RELEASER." Scroll down and you'll see some small links to the lawsuits followed by a much larger "DONATE BELOW" button.That's where you get chumped, as they say in the world of scams.Look no further than https://defendingtherepublic.org. Would you like to "support our mission and the welfare of the American Republic?"Just write out your check to "Sidney Powell, PC." She's not even bothering to have her pigeons use the name of her "organization."As the UK's DailyMail.com reported, Powell's "Legal Defense Fund" website was apparently set up November 11, a day after she appeared on Lou Dobbs show on Fox. The DailyMail.com had this to say: "Powell, whose outlandish theory earned a rebuke from the President, has founded a legal defense fund under the Internal Revenue Service category 501(c)(4). The IRS says that 501(c)(4) should normally apply to social welfare organizations and community groups like homeowners associations. It can be used for lobbying activities, but the deductions are not tax deductible like those for nonprofits."The website for The Legal Defense fund says that "millions of dollars must be raised to defend the Republic as these lawsuits continue to be filed to ensure victory" for Trump, even though he has now essentially admitted defeat to Joe Biden by allowing the transition to go ahead."The good news is that Powell's lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan presumably will wind up shortly on the trash heap of legal history. Not that the judges of the U.S. "Districct Court Northern Distrcoict" aren't going to give her case the seriousness it deserves.The Daily Mail summed up the case pretty well in its headline today: "Fired Trump lawyer Sidney Powell claims Iran and China used Venezuelan voting machine software to rig election in favor of Biden and says 96,000 absentee ballots in Georgia were NOT recorded – in typo-ridden lawsuits with flimsy expert evidence."Powell promised the faithful she'd be "releasing the kraken" which we all then learned is some sort of legendary sea monster. That had to sound perfect to the Trump base, which surely will be happy to make do with the couple of little sea urchins that Powell actually unleashed.Everyone gets what they want: Trump world can talk for years about how the stealing of the 2020 election from Dear Leader was all laid out in 104 pages of judicial scholarship that the Deep State judges were paid off not to consider. As for Powell, she is guaranteed a life of permanent stardom in the right-wing stratosphere.Sidney Powell may have released the Kraken. But apparently, she gets to hold onto the cash.

  • Conservative explains why Trump’s primary motivation in pardoning Michael Flynn was to protect himself
    by Alex Henderson on November 26, 2020

    When President Donald Trump announced, on Wednesday afternoon, November 25, that he was granting former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn a presidential pardon, many of Trump's critics were appalled but not surprised. Trump also pardoned long-time ally and GOP operative Roger Stone, and many Trump critics believe that a pardon for his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort — who is now serving time in federal prison — is almost certain. One of Trump's persistent critics on the right, Never Trump conservative David Frum, analyzes the Flynn pardon in an article for The Atlantic and stresses that Trump's primary motivation was trying to save his own skin."Here's the first and most important thing to understand about the crime for which President Trump just pardoned former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn: Flynn did not lie to protect himself," Frum argues. "He lied to protect Donald Trump." It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon. Congratulations to… https://t.co/4zoiOuWaT5 — Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump)1606338487.0 Flynn didn't lie to just anyone — he lied to the FBI — and he lied about his communications with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December 2016, which was President Barack Obama's last full month in office and the month before Trump was sworn in as president."In the first set of conversations," Frum recalls, "Flynn urged Kislyak to oppose a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlement activity. The second set occurred a week later, while Flynn was on holiday in the Dominican Republic. There, Flynn sought to convince Kislyak to persuade the Russian government not to retaliate against the United States, over a round of sanctions punishing Russia for intervening in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump."Frum goes on to say that in December 2016, Flynn "surely did not know what specifically he was protecting Trump against. But here's what Flynn did know: Trump wanted to undo the sanctions President Obama had imposed on Russia. That mission would be made easier if Russia did not escalate in response to the Obama sanctions. Flynn sensed that Trump's preferred Russia policy was based on motives that everybody around Trump recognized as dangerous, even if they could not quite define where the danger lay. So, when asked by the FBI about the conversation, Flynn acted like a man aware of a terrible secret that must be concealed at all costs." Now onto the corrupt pardons phase of the presidential transition — David Frum (@David Frum)1606173956.0Here they come ... https://t.co/plDLRDJz50 — David Frum (@David Frum)1606270138.0 According to Frum, "Trump is now pardoning Flynn to reward him for that concealment, as Trump has already commuted Roger Stone's sentence, to reward him for his lying." And Frum wonders if Trump will pardon Manafort before he leaves office on January 20, 2021."A big question mark hovers over the head of Paul Manafort, the man most deeply implicated of all," Frum observes. "Manafort has kept his mouth firmly closed. His silence helped defeat Robert Mueller's investigation, limiting its effort to determine what, precisely, transpired between Trump and Russia. On trial and in prison, Manafort has not talked. Is his reward from Trump coming?"Frum wraps up his article by wondering if Trump will try to pardon himself."Worse may be pending, should Trump follow these self-protecting pardons with an attempt at a self-pardon," the Never Trump conservative argues. "Ultimately, the U.S. Supreme Court will rule whether a self-pardon is valid. Enough legal scholars argue that it would not be that Trump's attorneys should worry that a self-pardon won't stick. But if Trump can buy silence with his pardons of others, he might not even need to pardon himself. The thing we do know for certain is that an administration that began amid charges of conspiracy is ending with an effort at obstruction."

  • Donor sues Tea Party group for $2.5 million after it failed to show evidence of widespread voter fraud
    by Alex Henderson on November 26, 2020

    True the Vote, a far-right Tea Party-associated group founded in Houston in 2009, has described its mission as fighting voter fraud — and critics have slammed True the Vote for promoting voter suppression, especially in communities of color. The group has been busy this year, vowing to "investigate, litigate and expose suspected illegal balloting and fraud in the 2020 general election." But Fred Eshelman, a North Carolina-based money manager and True the Vote donor, is suing True the Vote for $2.5 million for failing to show evidence of voter fraud this election year and not keeping him up-to-date on its efforts. Newsweek's Darragh Roche reports that Eshelman, who founded the company Eshelman Ventures LLC, "now wants his money back because True the Vote did not provide him with information about their progress and he believes they can't achieve what they claimed."True the Vote, which was founded by Tea Party supporter Catherine Engelbrecht 11 years ago, filed four lawsuits after the November 3 election but has dropped all of them—and in an official statement on November 17, True the Vote announced, "while we stand by the voters' testimony that was brought forth, barriers to advancing our arguments, coupled with constraints on time, made it necessary for us to pursue a different path."True the Vote called its efforts to challenge the 2020 election results Validate the Vote, promising lawsuits in seven battleground states and claiming that it would use "sophisticated data modeling and statistical analysis to identify potential illegal or fraudulent balloting." Eshelman donated $2 million to True the Vote on November 5 and another $500,000 the following week. But now, Eshelman wants his $2.5 million back and is saying that when he asked for updates, he was "met with vague responses, platitudes and empty promises."True the Vote is an offshoot of the King Street Patriots, a Texas-based Tea Party group founded by Engelbrecht. During its 11-year history, True the Vote has been alleging voter fraud on the part of Democrats and has pushed for strict voter ID laws — inspiring critics to say that her real goal is voter suppression.

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