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What We’re Reading Today: Chuck Justice, Biden Sees Stars, Hezbollah’s US Spy … And More

Some headlines that caught our eye …

Threatening Justices

Schumer Threatens Justices Gorsuch & Kavanaugh – Mairead McArdle, National Review

Chief Justice Scolds Schumer – Zachary Evans, National Review

Flashback To 2011 Murder of Judge John Roll in Gabby Giffords Shooting – Mona Charen, Real Clear

Obama’s 2011 Tucson Speech Calling For Civility After Judge Roll’s Murder

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) Introduces Censure Motion Against Schumer – Louis Casiano, Fox

Harvard’s Laurence Tribe: Schumer Comments ‘Inexcusable’ – Twitter

Trump Calls For Action Against Schumer – Joe Callen, 24 News

Election 2020

Democrats Fear A 2016 Repeat In 2020 – Maeve Reston, CNN

Hollywood For Biden – Ted Johnson & Dominic Patten, Deadline

AOC: Bernie’s & Warren’s Supporters Must Unite – Abigail Weinberg, Mother Jones

Terrorism

US Post-Accord Airstrike On Taliban – CNN

UN Nuclear Watchdog: Iran Has Nearly Tripled Uranium Stockpile – Nicole Gaouette, CNN

Pentagon Linguist Charged With Providing Intel Sources’ Names To Hezbollah – Kevin Johnson, USA Today

Female Afghan Mayor Implores Pompeo In Fear of Taliban – Kylie Atwood & Jennifer Hansler, CNN

Coronavirus

Death Toll Reaches 3,000 – Kate Mayberry & Mersiha Gadzo, AL Jazeera & News Agencies

Iran Releases 54,000 Prisoners To Contain Spread – Emma Tucker, Daily Beast

Did An Obama Holdover Help Cause Spread To US? – Daniel Greenfield, Front Page Mag

Misc

What An Ally! Turkey’s Erdogan Sets Refugee Flood On NATO – Andrew Malcolm, Hot Air

Will Chief Justice Roberts Part With Conservatives On Abortion? – Tucker Higgins, CNBC

EU’s Unnecessary Online Regulatory Infrastructure – Salvatore Babones, National Interest


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