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What We’re Reading Today: Georgia On My Mind, Amazon On Drugs, Good News On COVID … And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Georgia Recounts

Second Georgia county finds uncounted ballots — Washington Times

Georgia manual recount won’t replace official election results — Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Radicalism of Raphael Warnock — National Review

Warnock: ‘Nobody Can Serve God and the Military’ — Washington Free Beacon

Election Fraud

Nearly 40% of voters believe that U.S. elections are beset by fraud — Just the News

California: 2 Charged with Voter Fraud, Allegedly Submitted Thousands of Registrations on Behalf of Homeless — Breitbart

More Post-Election Good COVID News

Immunity to the Coronavirus May Last Years, New Data Hint  — New York Times

Pfizer may be within days of filing emergency authorization request for Covid-19 vaccine  — Stat News

Mouthwash Kills Coronavirus In 30 Seconds, According To Study — Daily Caller

More Americans Now Willing to Get COVID-19 Vaccine — Gallup

Big Tech

Whistleblower claims Facebook, Twitter, Google units team up on content to ban, Hawley reveals — Fox Business

Amazon opens an online pharmacy that’ll deliver your prescription medications — CNET News

Media Malpractice

Report Suggests Mainstream Media Silence On Hunter Biden Laptop Story Vital To Biden Success. — Daily Wire

Democrats

Will ‘Amtrak Joe’ Biden bail out the bullet train? Don’t bet on it — Los Angeles Times

The News Just Keeps Getting Worse for House Democrats — PJ Media

Democrats Already Pressuring Joe Biden to Forgive Student Loan Debt — Legal Insurrection

Humor

Hard-Working Plumber Looking Forward To Paying For His Neighbor’s Gender Studies Degree — Babylon Bee

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