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What We’re Reading: Left’s Folly, A Rogue General, Cali Recall . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Political Perspectives On The Left

Democrats see Trump supporters, unvaccinated as bigger threat than Taliban, China: new poll — Just The News

Woman of the people: The cost of AOC’s Met Gala shoes could have fed an American family for a month — Not The Bee

Did AOC Break the Law with Her Met Gala Stunt? — Townhall

Military Taking Sides?

Woodward/Costa book: Worried Trump could ‘go rogue,’ Milley took secret action to protect nuclear weapons — CNN

Mark Milley Pledged to the Chinese to Commit Treason in Order to Undermine Donald Trump — RedState

Grenell Calls Report About Trump Wanting to Attack China ‘Gossip and Innuendo’ — Townhall

Yeah, But Can You Really Trust Bob Woodward? — Daily Caller, via InstaPundit

Sen. Marco Rubio Urges President Joe Biden to Fire Gen. Mark Milley — Breitbart

Retreat From Afghanistan Makes Taliban Best Armed Islamist Group on Earth — The Daily Signal

Final Day, California Recall

Biden Says Donald Trump Is on the Ticket in California’s Recall Election — CNSNews

Gavin Newsom’s California is falling apart — The Spectator

Californians Vote as Some in GOP Level Voter Fraud Claims — NewsMax

Blinken Defends Chaotic Afghanistan Withdrawal

Blinken’s contentious hearing in House is lead-up to grilling before Senate — Just The News

Biden Admin Faces Bipartisan Criticism Over Afghanistan at Blinken Senate Hearing — The Epoch Times

China’s Growing List Of Problems

China is in deep trouble and bound to get worse — American Thinker

China’s Xi Snubbed Biden’s Suggestion Of Face-To-Face Summit In Phone Call — Financial Times, via ZeroHedge

Senior Executives From Chinese Banks Investigated And Arrested In Recent Weeks: Gov’t. Report — Global Times

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