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What We’re Reading Today: Riots In D.C., GOP’s Georgia Reckoning, China Blocks COVID-19 Probe . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics: Capitol Protest Turns Violent

U.S. Capitol Descends into Chaos on Day of Electoral College Certification — Breitbart.com

Mob Storms and Vandalizes U.S. Capitol — CNSNews

Shots Fired, Pence Evacuated, Capitol Locked Down as Protesters Breach Premises. National Guard on the Way — PJ Media

Trump Posts Video Calling on Capitol Protesters to ‘Go Home’: ‘We Have to Have Peace’ — CNSNews

Security Finds Pipe Bombs At RNC Headquarters In DC, Detonates In Controlled Explosion — The Federalist

The GOP’s Georgia Debacle

Warnock, Ossoff win in Georgia, handing Dems Senate control — AP News

The GOP’s Avoidable Defeat in Georgia — National Review

Byron York’s Daily Memo: GOP disaster in Georgia — Washington Examiner

A (fairly) complete list of (some of) the most significant claims of 2020 election miscounts, errors or fraud — Sharyl Attkisson

‘Elections Have Consequences’

I Now Better Understand the ‘Good German’ — Townhall

Waving Goodbye to the America We All Knew and Loved — American Thinker

Republican Lawmakers Objecting To Biden Electors Have A Point: Americans Need To Trust Elections — The Federalist

Evidence China Was Colluding with the Bidens and Providing Information on How to Defeat President Trump in the 2020 Election — Gateway Pundit, via Lucianne.com

Pelosi Appoints AOC, Other ‘Squad’ Members to Powerful Oversight Committee; Leftists Promptly Reveal Radical Agenda — RedState

COVID-19: Vaccines, China Misbehaves (Again)

W.H.O. Chief ‘Very Disappointed’ in China for Blocking Year-Late Coronavirus Probe — Breitbart.com

Why the coronavirus vaccine rollout is behind schedule — Axios

With no lockdown or mask mandate, Florida has roughly same hospitalization level as 2018 flu season — The Blaze


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