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What We’re Reading: Attacking Trump, COVID’s Origin, Race Used To Divide . . . And More

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Dems’ Trump Attacks Never End

Another Left-Wing Hoax About Trump Blows Up — PJ Media

A grand jury has reportedly been convened in the Manhattan district attorney’s criminal investigation into Trump — Business Insider

“This happens in failed third world countries!”, Trump slams on NY attorney general’s criminal investigation announcement — The Charleston Press

Department of Justice Confirms: Trump Did Not Commit Obstruction Of Justice — The Volokh Conspiracy, via

Time to Confront the U.S. Capitol Police About Its January 6 Lies — American Greatness

COVID-19, China, Fauci, Vaccines

Moderna Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine Is 100 Percent Effective in Adolescents — The Epoch Times

The origin of COVID: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan? — Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Donald Trump: Early Bet on Vaccine ‘Saved Possibly Tens of Millions of Lives Worldwide’ — NewsMax

Tom Cotton on Coronavirus Origins: Lab-Leak Hypothesis Was ‘Always Reasonable’ but Media Denounced as Conspiracy — Breitbart

Media Pretending They Never Tried to Censor Those Writing About the Wuhan Lab-Leak Theory — PJ Media

NIH Director Francis Collins Confirms NIH Sent Funds to EcoHealth Alliance, Which Sent $600K to Wuhan Institute of Virology — CNSNews

Does Left Use Race To Divide America?

Report: 127 TV Episodes Pushed Black Lives Matter, Defund the Pole in Year Since George Floyd’s Death — Breitbart

Minnesota Honors George Floyd — Powerline

2020 Election: Still Being Investigated

It’s Not Just Arizona: Push to Review 2020 Ballots Spread — NewsMax

An Election Heist Too Big to Fail — American Thinker

Arizona audit: 160K more Maricopa County ballots recounted than originally estimated — AZCentral

No One Knows Full Extent of Election Fraud. That’s Why We Track It — Daily Signal

Inflation’s Insidious March

Why Inflation Matters — City Journal

The Pandemic Price Escalation of Campbell’s Tomato Soup — Political Calculations

US Home Prices See Biggest Surge in March in 7 Years — The Epoch Times

Antisemitism On The Left

New York Times Promotes Disgusting Headline, Says Attacks On Jews Is Good For Republicans — Trending Politics

Jewish man attacked outside Brooklyn synagogue, NYPD says — NY Post

Worth Reading:

36% Of Americans Don’t Have Any Retirement Savings — TIPP Insights

The Climate Change Industrial Complex Cashes In On Dems — Committee To Unleash Prosperity

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