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Hong Kong turns deadly on the 70th anniversary of the Communist China

In a fearsome escalation of violence, Hong Kong police shot a protester at close range in the chest Tuesday, leaving the teenager bleeding and howling on the ground. Tens of thousands joined anti-government demonstrations that spread across the semi-autonomous Chinese territory even as Communist leaders in Beijing celebrated 70 years in power.

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Illegal alien charged with shooting man in head – in what appeared to be car crash

The Marion County Coroner’s office performed an autopsy on Tuesday, September 23, and found a bullet in Anderson’s head, not exactly the typical result of a car crash. Upon further investigation, police believe they’ve determined that Vivas, the driver of the Ford Ranger, shot Anderson in the head, which then caused the Caravan to crash into Vivas’ Ranger, making it look like a tragic accident at first.

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New evidence suggests prosecutors pressured Michael Flynn to lie

The evidence of prosecutorial misconduct in the Michael Flynn case continues to grow. And with each new court filing by Flynn’s new criminal defense attorney, Sidney Powell, the public learns more about the events leading up to Flynn’s guilty plea and the government’s manipulation of Trump’s former national security advisor.

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WinRed, new GOP donor platform, reaps impeachment windfall

WinRed, the new GOP online fundraising platform designed to compete with Democrats in the battle for small-dollar campaign donations, has raised more than $30 million since launching three months ago, with top officials crediting the Democrats’ impeachment push for a big spike in fundraising over the last week,

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Top law makers tell Intel Community Inspector General: Fess up to changes to whistleblower rules

Republican lawmakers in both the Senate and House on Monday demanded answers from the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) about secret revisions to the office’s guidance on “urgent concern” whistleblower complaints. The Federalist first reported last week that between May 2018 and August 2019, the ICIG secretly eliminated its requirement that potential whistleblowers provide only first-hand evidence of alleged wrongdoing.

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Senators demand answers on DNC efforts to get Ukrainian dirt on Trump in 2016

The chairmen of two Senate committees are insisting that the Department of Justice come clean about Democratic Party efforts to solicit Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election. Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, first alerted the department about the meddling in July of 2017 so it could be investigated, but under Rod Rosenstein’s leadership and the direction of special counsel Robert Mueller, the inquiries of the then-Senate Judiciary chairman were ignored.

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