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What We’re Reading Today: COVID Vaccine’s First Patients, A Special Spygate Prosecutor, Biden Polices Draw Fire . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics And COVID-19 Vaccine

CDC vaccine advisers vote to recommend that health care staff and long term care facility residents get Covid-19 vaccine first — CNN

Trump Covid vaccine czar says side effects ‘significantly noticeable’ in 10% to 15% of recipients — CNBC

Bipartisan Lawmaker Group Offers $908 Billion COVID-19 Relief Bill — NewsMax

The Ridiculous Economic Stimulus — The Hill

Report: Trump to Meet COVID-19 Vaccine Makers, Distributors Next Week — NewsMax

Voter Fraud, Russia Spygate, Leftist Mobs

Report: AG Barr Makes Durham ‘Special Counsel’ to Protect his Investigation of FBI Spying on Trump — CNSNews

AG Barr: DOJ Did Not Find Voter Fraud on a Scale That Would Change Election Outcome — CNSNews

New Trump Lawsuit Claims Wisconsin Counted 221K Illegal Votes, ELEVEN TIMES Biden’s Margin — PJ Media

Whistleblowers: Postal Service labeled Trump mail ‘Undeliverable,’ 388,000 ballots backdated, ‘disappear’ — Washington Examiner

Averting our gaze from political hyperbole and violence empowers the mob — City Journal

The end of law & order: Over 2000 cops have been injured so far in the insurrection of 2020 — American Thinker

Biden Policies Coming Into Focus

Biden Rolls Out Economy Team Amid Alarm Over Worsening Pandemic — NewsMax

How to Stop the Paris Climate Accord — Wall Street Journal

Biden Cabinet Picks Support Steep Soda Tax and $2 Trillion Carbon Tax — CNSNews

Biden Wants to Force Public Schools to Let Transgenders Use Girls’ Locker Rooms; Key Senator Says, Not so Fast — CNSNews

Trouble For CNN, Other Cable Networks?

Project Veritas has been listening in on internal CNN calls for months and is about to release the recordings — Not The Bee

The coming cable news crisis — The American Spectator

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