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What We’re Reading Today: Biden4Senate, Stealing Ballots, GoogleBusters … And More

Election Updates

The next POTUS will be the oldest ever. Why do voters keep electing aged leaders? — Andrew Malcolm, McClatchy

Joe Biden Leads Donald Trump By 8.5 Points: IBD/TIPP 2020 Presidential Election Tracking Poll — Investor’s Business Daily

Joe Biden Has 91 Percent Chance of Winning Electoral College, Latest Economist Forecast Predicts — Newsweek

The Memo: Biden landslide creeps into view — The Hill

In Electoral College Biden Running Behind Clinton’s 2016 Polls — Real Clear Politics

Biden repeats gaffe that he’s running ‘for the Senate,’ appears to not remember Mitt Romney’s name — Fox News

Good Advice 

Biden: The 56% of voters who think they’re better off than four years ago “probably shouldn’t” vote for me — Hot Air

Supreme Court

Democrats Move To Redefine Court-Packing — Washington Free Beacon

Biden, asked about expanding the Supreme Court, says he is ‘not a fan’ of the idea. — New York Times

Supreme Court won’t revive Democratic-led lawsuit over payments to Trump — MSN

Snail Mail Elections

Signature errors could disenfranchise record number of voters — Los Angeles Times

Man Caught on Video Stealing Mail, Voting Ballots From California Mailboxes — Daily Signal

California’s Governor Mocked Me, but I Received Ballot 8 Years After Moving — Daily Signal


Scientists Confirm Nevada Man Was Infected Twice With Coronavirus — NPR

CDC: 85% of COVID-19 patients report ‘always’ or ‘often’ wearing a mask — The Mass Illusion

NYT: Experts Confident Pandemic To Be Over ‘Far Sooner’ Than Expected, Trump Efforts ‘Working With Remarkable Efficiency’ — Daily Wire

Cancel Yelp

Yelp’s anti-racist social credit nightmare — Spectator


Declassified FBI spreadsheet exposes folly of Steele dossier’s uncorroborated claims — Just the News

Big Tech

Twitter Fined for Multiple Campaign Finance Violations. — Zero Hedge

Justice ready to charge Google with monopoly search practices. — Axios

America’s largest police-owned media outlet hit with Twitter ban days after endorsing President Trump. — Law Enforcement Today


Obamacare’s costs soar so high, Americans now delaying medical treatment —study — American Thinker

St. John’s limits academic freedom of history department in ongoing effort to punish professor for asking question — The Fire


Democrat Proposing To His Girlfriend Says He Won’t Reveal Position On Adultery Until After The Wedding — Babylon Bee

Amy Coney Barrett Tells Democrats She Won’t Answer Questions Until After She’s Confirmed — The Glorious American

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