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What We’re Reading Today: Voter Fraud Is Real, Pelosi Caught, Reporters Push Dem Talking Points … And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Election 2020

Bloomberg Group Says Trump Could Win Big Election Night, But Biden Still Becomes President — Newsmax

Confessions of a voter fraud: I was a master at fixing mail-in ballots — New York Post

Axios-Ipsos poll: Most expect quick election results — Axios

Trump and Biden’s starkly different campaigns — Andrew Malcolm, McClatchy

An unlikely state tightens up  — Politico

Trump becomes top political advertising spender on Google — Yahoo Finance

We Are Not Surprised

Trump Approval Rating Soars With African-Americans During RNC — Washington Times (Aug 31)

Lib Media Ignores Biggest Convention Story: Trump’s Aggressive Outreach To Black Voters — Issues & Insights (Aug 27)

Riots

Trump tours site of Kenosha riots, promises to help businesses rebuild — Fox News

 Justice Department investigating protest leaders — USA Today

Trump says he doesn’t believe there is systemic racism in law enforcement — Washington Post

The Democrats Are Whitewashing Leftist Violence — National Review

Biden Takes Tougher Tone On Rioting Despite Staffers Funding Bail For “Protesters” — Weaselzippers

Gov. Brown asked for help policing Portland, suburban sheriffs said no thanks — Hot Air

Some Pigs Are More Equal

Pelosi Caught On Video Breaking San Francisco Hair Salon Ban — Legal Insurrection

New York Gov. Cuomo Caught Not Wearing a Mask — Newsmax

Attention Never Trumpers

Conservative Takeover of Appeals Court in Reach with Trump Reelection — Washington Free Beacon

What, Us Biased?

Media Accepts Biden Claim He Won’t Ban Fracking — Washington Free Beacon

Democrats, Journalists, Celebs Push Talking Point About Fearing ‘Race War’ — Breitbart

Reuters video journalist’s report is indistinguishable from a Biden campaign ad — Twitchy

Misc

Justice Department unveils new FISA rules to limit surveillance of political candidates — Washington Times

The Payroll Tax Delay Is Here, But So Is Confusion About It — NPR

State Department monitored 13 Americans’ social media in possible legal violation — Just the News

Satire

‘Not the Bee,’ your source for headlines that should be satire, but are not. — Not the Bee

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