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What We’re Reading Today: Pfizer’s Pfunny Vaccine Timing, Election Hinges On Georgia, ‘Holding Trump Accountable’ For Dems’ Fraud . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Counting The Votes In 2020

Trump meets with top election advisors as Biden’s lead endures — CNBC

Survey Shows 4.6% of Democrats Would Not Have Voted for Joe Biden Had They Known Hunter Biden Story — CNSNews

Rasmussen: Trump’s Approval Actually Rises Postelection — NewsMax

Fate of Nation Could Rest with Georgia Senate Runoffs — Dailytorch.com

American Democracy: Still the envy of the world — The Hill

Media’s 2020 Fail

New York Times Finally Admits the Black Lives Matter Riots Left ‘Long-Term Economic Damage’ — PJMedia

When The Truth Becomes ‘Right-Wing Misinformation’ — Powerlineblog.com

Fox News Still Will Not Admit Bungling Election Night Call on House Races — Theothermccain.com, via Instapundit

Social Media Show Why Reform Is Badly Needed Needed — @realchrisrufo, via Instapundit

Fox News’ betrayal — there’s a question hanging in the air — American Thinker

‘Trump Accountability Project’: After The Election

‘We Have A List’: Pundits And Democrats Plan To Hold Trump Supporters Accountable — Daily Caller

12 Ways For Trump To Bomb The Battlefield While Biden Claims The Presidency — The Federalist

BIGGEST LOSERS: Lincoln-Themed Liberal Super PAC Goes 0-7 in Key Senate Races — Washington Examiner

Voter Fraud in Presidential Elections Has Been Going on for at Least 60 Years — It’s Time to Call a Halt — PJ Media, via Lucianne.com

Get Ready For Chaos Regardless Of Who Ends Up In The White House — Alt.market.us, via Zero Hedge

COVID-19 Developments

Was Pfizer’s Vaccine News Slow-Walked Until After the Election? — American Greatness

Testing timeline: What’s ahead for COVID-19 vaccines — Associated Press

Biden ‘Science’ Advisor Calls For 4-6 Week Nationwide Lockdown To Avoid ‘COVID Hell’ — Zero Hedge

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