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Posted November 25, 2020, at 6:32 PM Pacific (11 hours ago)
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Attorney Larry Klayman and Sheriff Joe Arpaio
America's Sheriff, Inc.

Posted November 25, 2020, at 6:31 PM Pacific (11 hours ago)
Freedom Watch release

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Chairman and General Counsel
Freedom Watch, Inc.

Posted November 25, 2020, at 2:22 PM Pacific (15 hours ago)
By Amanda Holpuch
the Guardian
Barack Obama said part of the reason 73 million Americans voted to re-elect Donald Trump in the election was because of messaging from Republicans that the country, particularly white men, are under attack.

In an interview with the radio show the Breakfast Club on Wednesday to promote his new memoir A Promised Land, Obama said Trump's administration, which he did not name directly, "objectively has failed, miserably, in handling just basic looking after the American people and keeping them safe," and yet he still secured millions of votes.

The shadow of Obama: what influence will the ex-president have on Biden?

Posted November 25, 2020, at 10:38 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
By Myra Adams
Real Clear Politics
Anyone who follows politics is familiar with the long, colorful career of Roger Stone. On Feb. 20, that career reached its nadir when the unconventional Republican operative was sentenced to 40 months in prison for lying to Congress, obstruction, and witness tampering. Widely reported was U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson's statement that Stone "was not prosecuted for standing up for the president; he was prosecuted for covering up for the president." Stone and his lawyers were quick to point out that "covering up" was not among the official charges.

Given Stone's more than four-decade personal and professional relationship with the president, it was no surprise when the president commuted his sentence -- just days before he was to report to prison.

Posted November 25, 2020, at 10:36 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
Ball Durham
Celebrated Duke basketball recruiting hauls do come with some consequences.

I know what you're thinking: Duke basketball is always a top contender in the tournament no matter who stays and who goes. While that's entirely true, the goal isn't to be a contender. It's to win championships.

Of course, there's nothing like the feeling of being stacked with a five-star roster. Witnessing the sheer athleticism of the recruits who come every year is the entire reason Cameron Indoor Stadium gets so crazy.

Posted November 25, 2020, at 8:05 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
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Posted November 24, 2020, at 1:20 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
By Nick Niedzwiadek
Sen. Marco Rubio suggested on Tuesday that he would oppose confirmation of President-elect Joe Biden's national security team, presaging the first sign of potential Senate battles to come if Republicans maintain control of the Senate.

Rubio (R-Fla.) said Biden's selections "will be polite & orderly caretakers of America's decline," criticizing their professional credentials and Washington bona fides. Rubio sits on both the Senate Foreign Relations and Intelligence committees.

"Biden's cabinet picks went to Ivy League schools, have strong resumes, attend all the right conferences & will be polite & orderly caretakers of America's decline," he tweeted. "I support American greatness. And I have no interest in returning to the 'normal' that left us dependent on China."

Posted November 24, 2020, at 1:18 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
America's Survival, Inc.
The founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch explains why Trump, despite proclamations about vote fraud and his own victory, will exit the White House. Klayman, author of It Takes a Revolution, says Trump's legal team has not been able to prove its case and that the federal courts, including the Supreme Court, won't intervene anyway.

Posted November 24, 2020, at 8:18 AM Pacific (2 days ago)
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Posted November 24, 2020, at 6:50 AM Pacific (2 days ago)
By Alexander Bolton
President Trump's decision to tell his administration to start the transition came as GOP criticism of his efforts to overturn the results of President-elect Joe Biden's win reached a crescendo on Monday.

In the hours leading up to Trump's announcement, more Republicans came out with statements saying the election was over, Biden was likely the next president and it was important to begin the transfer of power.

Among those GOP voices were Sens. Shelley Moore Capito (W.Va.) and Rob Portman (Ohio), two advisers to the Senate Republican leadership. Criticism also came from prominent conservatives like talk show host Rush Limbaugh, who said Trump's legal team needed to back up its claims of widespread voter fraud with hard evidence.

Posted November 24, 2020, at 6:49 AM Pacific (2 days ago)
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OK! Magazine
Unlike his ill-fated Zoom call, kinky news network legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was heard but not seen on the November 22 episode of HBO's hit crime thriller The Undoing, OK! can reveal.

The psychological miniseries — starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant — tells the story of Grace Fraser (Kidman), a psychologist whose world falls apart when her husband, Jonathan (Grant), is linked to the death of a fellow parent at Reardon — their children's fictional private school in Manhattan.

In episode five, the voice of sordid Toobin, who remains a CNN analyst despite being fired from his post at The New Yorker, is heard providing fictitious commentary, saying: "The problem is, once the defense comes up with its own theory, the jury expects that they're going to have some evidence behind it — and the idea the husband (of the victim) did this, there's no evidence of this as far as I know."

Posted November 23, 2020, at 5:50 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
By Monica Alba, Carol E. Lee and Hallie Jackson
NBC News
WASHINGTON — While President Donald Trump has publicly praised his legal team's efforts, he has privately expressed frustration with the slapdash nature of his election defense fight, according to several people familiar with the discussions.

The president has been complaining to aides and allies about his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and recently-removed lawyer Sidney Powell's over-the-top performances at a news conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters last week, these people said. Both Giuliani and Powell have continued to make conspiratorial and baseless claims about widespread voter fraud, for which they have provided no evidence.

Posted November 23, 2020, at 5:48 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
The Daily Wire
A Holocaust center in Florida has sparked controversy after opening up an exhibit to honor George Floyd, whose death in police custody earlier this year sparked months of violent riots and looting across the United States.

"A new exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center in Maitland features powerful and inspiring photos taken in the wake of George Floyd's death," Orlando 6 reported. The man behind the photographs in the exhibit, John Nolter, went to the location where Floyd was arrested by law enforcement officials to take pictures of people reacting to his death.

Posted November 23, 2020, at 1:05 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
By Sandy Fitzgerald
Attorney Sidney Powell, who the Trump campaign said Sunday is not part of the team representing it in legal challenges to the presidential election, has agreed that she does not work for the campaign or for President Donald Trump.

"I agree with the statement today," Powell told The Wall Street Journal in a statement after President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani announced that she was not part of the team. "I will represent #WeThePeople and seek the Truth. I intend to expose all the fraud and let the chips fall where they may. We will not allow the foundations of this great Republic to be destroyed by abject fraud."

Giuliani Sunday afternoon said in a statement that Powell, who represents the president's former national security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn, is not part of the legal team after she appeared on Newsmax TV Saturday night and alleged massive voter fraud in Georgia.

Posted November 23, 2020, at 8:20 AM Pacific (3 days ago)
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Posted November 22, 2020, at 8:21 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
By John Bowden
The Trump campaign on Sunday sought to distance itself from attorney Sidney Powell after she made a series of increasingly convoluted and baseless allegations of widespread nationwide election fraud.

Powell, who also represents former national security adviser Michael Flynn, had appeared with campaign lawyers at press events as recently as last week.

In a brief statement released Sunday afternoon, President Trump's lead attorney Rudy Giuliani and senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis said that Powell "is not a member of the Trump Legal Team."

Posted November 22, 2020, at 1:34 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
By Dominick Mastrangelo
President Trump in a late-night tweet lashed out a federal judge in Pennsylvania who dismissed a lawsuit brought by his campaign asking that the vote certification process in the key battleground state be halted.

"It's all a continuation of the never ending Witch Hunt," Trump tweeted. "Judge Brann, who would not even allow us to present our case or evidence, is a product of Senator Pat 'No Tariffs' Toomey of Pennsylvania, no friend of mine, & Obama - No wonder."

"WILL APPEAL!" the president added in a subsequent tweet.

Judge Matthew Brann ruled on Saturday the Trump campaign's case alleging mail-in ballots in the Keystone State were treated differently from those cast in person was "without merit" and dismissed it.

Posted November 22, 2020, at 1:26 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
Ball Durham
Duke basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski has now updated the injury list.

In a brief clip on Monday from the Duke basketball program's official Twitter account, Mike Krzyzewski gave fans the type of news that they dread to hear but have nonetheless pretty much come to expect this time of year as the 73-year-old Hall of Famer enters his 41st campaign at the helm in Durham.

With only days remaining until the 2020-21 Blue Devils tip off their season at home against Gardner-Webb on Nov. 25, Krzyzewski noted injuries to two important forwards on the roster in sophomore stretch-four Matthew Hurt and freshman muscleman Henry Coleman:

Posted November 22, 2020, at 12:45 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
By James Crowley
President Donald Trump supporters protesting the outcome of the 2020 election have a new and surprising opponent: the Republican Party.

A viral video of protesters, as well as posts on social media platform Parler, indicate that Trump supporters are looking to boycott the upcoming Georgia Senate runoff elections.

Trump supporters in Georgia vow to destroy the Republican Party if Trump doesn't win — Fifty Shades of Whey (@davenewworld_2) November 21, 2020

Posted November 21, 2020, at 10:23 AM Pacific (5 days ago)
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By A.J. Katz
TV Newser
There's has been a good deal of speculation in recent months that CNN Worldwide chief Jeff Zucker may leave CNN at some point in the near future.

The Wall Street Journal published a piece in October titled, CNN President Jeff Zucker Faces What Might Be His Last Lap.

Today, Vanity Fair's Joe Pompeo is reporting that according to a source of his, "there's talk in the upper ranks of WarnerMedia that Zucker is expected to leave CNN in the first quarter of 2021."