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  1. CNN's Ratings Collapse In 2019, While Fox News Dominates .. January 2nd, 2020 CNN’s Ratings Collapse In 2019, While Fox News Dominates, Hits New Record
  2. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL VIDEO (UKRAINE DISCUSSION BEGINS NEAR 39-MINUTE MARK)
  3. Media57 mins ago CNN's Jeffrey Toobin complains about 'white men' filling Trump's legal team CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin blasted President Trump's legal team on Saturday, arguing that its composition -- all white men -- highlighted how Democrats cared more about diversity. "White House and white people," Toobin said. "This is a lesson in the diversity of the two parties -- I mean you look at the House managers. It was almost evenly divided between men and women. You had two African-Americans, you had a Hispanic." "It was all white men today, there are allegedly two white women on the team -- we'll see if they're allowed to argue," he continued. "But I think, you know, in a visual medium, when you have one side that has a very diverse team and the other side that's all white men, that says something in and of itself." ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- That one sides cares more about optics and the other what's best for their defense...I would think you get the best of the best no matter what, diversity has nothing to do with it.
  4. https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/politics/2020/january/va-bill-is-latest-effort-by-democrats-to-kill-electoral-college-taking-away-voice-of-rural-americans?fbclid=IwAR1BnSvMwhkRGfkt9Rpawx0qkFURft2Cw3dnTQ9SCzze3MjrqUsm7cKHr7I 01-20-2020 Steve Warren A proposed bill by the Democrat-controlled legislature in Virginia is the latest attempt to bypass a key purpose of the Electoral College which was created by America's Founding Fathers to give all Americans a voice in presidential elections. The proposed measure known as SB 399 called the "National Popular Vote Compact," (NPVIC) would place the Commonwealth in an agreement with several other states that would change how electoral votes are awarded to a candidate in a presidential election. Instead of giving the electoral votes to the candidate who won the popular vote in Virginia, the state would give its votes to the candidate who received the most popular votes across the nation. There's been an effort nationwide, led mainly by members of the Democrat Party, to bypass or abolish the original intent of the Electoral College. The effort has escalated since the 2016 election in which Hillary Clinton won the popular vote while Donald Trump won in enough states to win the Electoral College and the presidency. READ: Why There Would Be No America without the Electoral College In all, five presidents in American history have won office while losing the popular vote, including two of the last three: Trump and George W. Bush, according to The New York Times. The current system requires a presidential candidate to win the states, not just individual voters. That ensures less-populated states still have a voice. Experts say the Founders created the Electoral College to make sure smaller states had a say in picking the person who would be their national leader. "If you go back to the Framers, they wanted an Electoral College because they wanted to create a balance between the heavily-populated and less-populated areas of the country," The Heritage Foundation's elections expert Hans von Spakovsky told CBN News. "And they were afraid that if a president was elected by a national popular vote, the candidates would only go to the big cities," he continued. "They would ignore the rural areas - you know, the places that folks in New York call 'flyover country'." As CBN News reported last March, even some of the Democrat candidates for president have called for the Electoral College to be abolished. "We can have national voting and that means get rid of the Electoral College," Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said. So far, 15 states and the District of Columbia have passed NPVIC legislation. Colorado was one of those states that passed the measure. Jerry Sonnenberg, a Colorado Republican state senator, told The Times he opposed the bill because he believed the change would weaken the electoral power of sparsely populated rural states like Wyoming and Utah while strengthening states like California and New York. In his view, the Electoral College was created so that "people in rural areas did not get overrun by the masses." "I think it's completely appropriate that we keep the Electoral College," he said.
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    Par for the course for the hard left

    Hillary Clinton looked 'uneasy' during disagreement with daughter Chelsea on transgender identity by Mike Brest | October 14, 2019 09:59 AM Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton does not agree with her daughter Chelsea Clinton on the issue of transgender identity. The two disagreed over whether or not someone with a beard and a penis can identify as a woman during a recent interview with the the Sunday Times of London. Chelsea Clinton answered in the affirmative, saying that "yes," a person with male genitalia and facial hair can identify as a female. The former presidential candidate, however, looked "uneasy," according to journalist Decca Aitkenhead. “Errr," the elder Clinton responded. "I’m just learning about this. It’s a very big generational discussion, because this is not something I grew up with or ever saw. It’s going to take a lot more time and effort to understand what it means to be defining yourself differently.” https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/hillary-clinton-looked-uneasy-during-disagreement-with-daughter-chelsea-on-transgender-identity
  6. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/28554800/browns-rb-kareem-hunt-cited-speeding-marijuana-found-car According to a Rocky River (Ohio) police report, officers pulled Hunt over for speeding and noticed the smell of marijuana in the car. Hunt was placed in the back of the police cruiser while officers conducted a search. They found small amounts of marijuana in a backpack in the backseat. Police seized the backpack as evidence. Hunt was cited only for the speeding violation. The Browns said they are "aware and looking into it."
  7. A range of new Washington state gun laws take effect in July, including key parts of Initiative 1639, the sweeping firearms measure approved last year that has sparked a charged debate over firearms, public safety and constitutional rights. State lawmakers this year passed at least 10 firearms-related bills. They include a law banning undetectable “ghost guns” that takes effect Monday, as well as legislation intended to keep weapons out of the hands of domestic abusers and people with mental health issues and a history of violence. https://www.foxnews.com/us/seattle-shooting-suspect-arrested-one-dead-seven-injured-others-sought Seattle shooting suspect arrested, 2 being sought in shooting that killed one, injured seven Tolliver has been arrested 44 times and Tolbert has been arrested 21 times, KCPQ-TV reported, citing court records.
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