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What We’re Reading Today: More ‘Stimulus’, Riots In Portland And Seattle, Voter Fraud Is Real . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

COVID-19 ‘Stimulus’

More $1,200 Stimulus Checks On The Way, Say White House Officials — Forbes

Nancy Pelosi blasts plan to reduce unemployment benefits in COVID-19 relief package — Chicago Tribune

Second Stimulus Check Coming in August, Mnuchin Says, But Many Haven’t Received First — Newsweek

Riots

‘Peaceful’ Protests Explode Around The Country; Police Declare Riots In Portland, Seattle — W ashington Post

Portland: protesters bring down fence as confrontation with federal agents rises — The British Guardian

DHS boss Chad Wolf’s home targeted by Shut Down DC for leftist ‘rally’ — Fox News

FBI says it’s investigating ‘specific violations of federal law,’ not ideology, in Portland protests — The Hill

Hurricane Hanna

Hurricane Hanna brings more devastation to virus-ravaged Rio Grande Valley — The Monitor

Hanna Drenching South Texas, Northern Mexico With Heavy Rain as it Slides Inland — The Weather Channel

COVID-19: The Disease

Study: 21 existing drugs found to be effective against COVID-19 — WION TV

Scientists Uncover Evidence That a Level of Pre-Existing COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2 Immunity Is Present in the General Population — SciTechDaily.com

Yale epidemiologist says hydroxychloroquine is ‘the key to defeating COVID-19’ — Just The News

Global Warming . . . Er, Climate Change

Climate-change hysteria costs lives — but activists want to keep panic alive — New York Post

Politics

Kevin McCarthy: Dems failing on China, virus, riots — ‘That’s why we need Trump’ — Fox News

California, Florida, Texas lose House seats and Alabama keeps one with Trump orderAL.com

Voter Fraud Is Real

Yes America, there is voter fraud.  These recent cases prove it — Just The News

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