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What We’re Reading Today: Bannon Loves Pelosi, Superdelegates Forever, Uncle Klan … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

Impeachment

Collins, Murkowski Won’t Condemn House Impeachment — Jordain Carney, The Hill

House GOP Shifts To Focusing On Lack of Evidence — David Drucker, Wash Examiner

Bannon: Pelosi Currently Winning With ‘The Most Sophisticated Political Warfare’ — John Catsimatidis

Ari Fleischer: House Vote Now Doesn’t Undo Month of Unfairness, Secrecy — Fox

Amb. Bill Taylor Led Delegation For Soros-Funded Group Associated With Hunter Biden — Aaron Klein, Breitbart

WSJ’s Kim Strassel On Dems’ Info Supression — Matt Vespa, Town Hall

Election 2020

Bernie Sanders: Give Part Of U.S. Military Aid To Israel To Gaza Instead — Eric Cortellessa, Times of Israel

Democratic Party Superdelegates Rising From The Dead? — David Siders, Politico

ISIS Raid/Syria

New Phase For ISIS — Sarah El Deeb, AP

Max Boot: Baghdadi Not A Coward — Carlos Garcia, The Blaze

Baghdadi’s Possible Successor — Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister, CNN

Wash Post Catches Flak For Headline — Jeanine Santucci, USA Today

Raid May Bring Answers Regarding Hostage Kayla Mueller — Times of London

The Conditions That Created ISIS Still Exist — H.A. Hellyer, Foreign Policy

IDing Baghdadi — Stephen Sorace, Fox

U.S. Military Envisions Broad Defense of Syrian Oilfields — Phil Stewart, Reuters

Race

Louisville Herald Leader Cartoon Depicts Black Republican As Klan Supporter — Daniel Cameron, Twitter

Black College Sacrifices To Host Trump — Andy Shain, Charleston Post & Courier

Humor

Dave Chappelle: Second Amendment ‘Is Just in Case The First One Doesn’t Work Out’ — Eric Boehm, Reason

Mueller’s New Probe — The Onion


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