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What We’re Reading Today: One Angry Forewoman, The Teacher’s Pete, Manchin America Great Again … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

Roger Stone

Barr: You’re Tweeting Too Loud – Daniel Uria, UPI

The Jury Forewoman Whose Tweets May Overturn The Conviction – Dan Mangan, CNBC

Judge Napolitano Takes Stone’s Side – Joshua Nelson, Fox

Election 2020

Congressional Democrats Mull Alternatives – Julie Tsirkin & Haley Talbot, NBC

Buttigieg Won High School Essay Contest Defending Socialism & Bernie Sanders – Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit

The Left

House Voids ERA Deadline – Katherine Tully-McManus, Roll Call

Obama Intervened In Ongoing Trials, Probes – Joel Pollak, Breitbart

Trump

Hope Comes Back To The White House – Courtney Subramanian, USA Today

Pro-Impeach Dem Sen. Joe Manchin May Endorse Trump – Brie Stimson, Fox

You’ve Got To Be Kidding

Bloomberg: ‘I Apologize For The Damages My Past Policies Have Caused To The Negro Community’ – The Onion

Jussie Smollett Offered Job At CNN After Fabricating News Story Out Of Thin Air – Babylon Bee

Biden: ‘Your Mother Was A Hamster, And Your Father Smelt Of Elderberries’ – Babylon Bee

New Political Bible Adds (R) Or (D) After Each Character’s Name – Babylon Bee

Classic Covers – Private Eye (UK)


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