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What We’re Reading Today: Post-Trump Purge, Rigged Election, Hidin’ Biden … And More

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Headlines that caught our eye.

Election Fraud

A Look at Trump’s PA Lawsuits — Philadelphia Inquirer

The Pennsylvania Election Lawsuit Trump Should Win — Washington Examiner

Yikes! State Department Precedent Qualifies This 2020 Election as ‘Rigged.’ — Red State

Another Election Computer Glitch in Michigan Reversed as Republican Declared Belated Winner — Tennessee Star

Poll: 70% of Republicans Don’t Think the Election Was Free and Fair — Politico

Biden Says Trump’s Failure to Concede Is an ‘Embarrassment’ — The Hill

Press’ Premature Biden Celebration Fuels American Mistrust — Daily Signal

Uniting the Country

Biden backers to blacklist Trump loyalists with ‘Trump Accountability Project’ — Washington Times

Prominent Democrat’s call for political revenge threatens to drown out Biden’s plea for national unity — Fox News

The Purge Will Intensify if Trump Loses — The New American

Trump may have lost to Biden, but Democrats don’t have much to celebrate — Andrew Malcolm, McClatchy


Profs conclude $15 federal minimum wage, supported by Biden, would result in 2 million lost jobs — Campus Reform

Mueller, Call Your Office

Biden Camp Is Already Doing Exactly What Flynn Did — Glenn Greenwald, Substack


2 Conservative SCOTUS Justices Suggest Obamacare May Not Be Thrown Out — Newsmax

Dems to push for a public option, ‘will start in the House’ — Yahoo Finance

Short Answer: Liberal Bias

What Went Wrong With Polling?   — New York Times


Hidin’ Biden? Politico’s Ryan Lizza already seeing ‘discouraging signs’ about Joe Biden and press access — Twitchy

Networks falsely report fireworks from Guy Fawkes celebrations in England to be for Joe Biden — Not the Bee

Remember When Minneapolis Defunded Its Police? They’re Regretting That Now — PJ Media


Study Finds Connection Between Getting Your Way And Calling For Unity — Babylon Bee

Fox News Begins Just Filming CNN On Breakroom TV — The Glorious American

In Victory Speech, Biden Assures Americans Elections Were ‘Mostly Legitimate’ — Babylon Bee

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