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What We’re Reading Today: Fake Riot Claims, Kamala Lies, Cuomo Slammed … And More

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Headlines that caught our eye.

Capitol ‘Riot’

The False and Exaggerated Claims Still Being Spread About the Capitol Riot  —  Glenn Greenwald

Sen. Ron Johnson: Capitol Breach Didn’t Seem Like an ‘Armed Insurrection’ to Me. — MSN

Lowering Expectations

Fauci: On second thought, the vaccine may not be generally available until May or June — Hot Air

Biden vows coronavirus vaccines will be ‘available’ to all Americans ‘by the end of July’ — Washington Examiner

Creating a Permanent Majority

White House says Biden backs citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants, ahead of bill unveiling — Fox News

Puerto Rico Statehood Bill in Works — Washington Examiner

Democrats in Congress renew push for D.C. statehood, but it faces uphill climb in Senate — Just the News

Media Bias

CNN And NBC Both Paid $35,000 To Left-Wing Activist For Footage Of Fatal Capitol Shooting  — Daily Caller

Media Must Start Living by Truth, Not Create a Narrative — RealClearPolitics

The Harris Administration

Vice President Harris Raises Eyebrows as She Fields Presidential Calls With World Leaders — Newsmax

Kamala Harris Caught in Yet Another Lie… — PJ Media

Cancel Culture Update

Ivy league students & teachers demand revocation of all degrees earned by Republican politicians. — Behind the Black

Misc

Focus on Capitol Hill Turns to Passing $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill — MSN

Dems’ bill creating a publicly accessible gun registry called ‘very dangerous’ — Washington Times

Democrats Slam ‘Lying’ Cuomo Over Covid Nursing Home Cover-Up — New York Post

As Germans freeze, leading newspaper calls green energy strategy ‘a dangerous miscalculation’ — American Thinker

Politico: Democrats worry suburbs could return to the GOP fold if schools remain closed  — Hot Air

Humor

Cuomo To Reveal True Nursing Home Death Count If We ‘Promise Not To Be Mad’ — The Glorious American

Emmy winner Andrew Cuomo to star in new sitcom ‘How I Killed Your Grandmother’ — Genesius Times

People Who Moved To Texas From California Finally Feeling At Home Now That Power Is Out — Babylon Bee

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