President Trump Signs 4 Executive Orders on Covid19 Relief, Accuses Democrats of Stonewalling

President Donald Trump issued four executive orders …

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NYC Democratic Councilman on Taking Hydroxychloroquine for Covid: “Within Days I Was Able To Breathe”

Paul Vallone, a New York City Councilmember who represents Queens, downplayed the Covid19 symptoms he was experiencing when he was diagnosed with the virus back in March.

In an April 1 tweet, Vallone said he was experiencing “mild symptoms.”

His …

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“It’s a Peaceful Protest” – Trump Ribs Reporter Who Ask Why Guest Are Wearing Masks

President Trump held a press conference last night at his golf …

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New York State Attorney General Letitia James Declares War on NRA, Files Lawsuit to Dissolve Organization

New York State’s Attorney General Letitia James announced a lawsuit yesterday against the National Rifle Association, accusing the organization of embezzlement.

James says the NRA diverted millions of dollars of charitable donations to the organization and spent it on …

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Richard Silverstein: Israeli Source Has Told Me Israel Caused Massive Explosion in Beirut

Independent journalist Richard Silverstein is reporting that Israel was behind the massive explosion at a port in Beirut, Lebanon, that has killed dozens and injured thousands.

Silverstein reports that a “confidential highly-informed Israeli source” told him that Israel was targeting …

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Andrew Cuomo to Rich People Fleeing NYC: “You got to come back! We’ll go to dinner!…I’ll cook!”

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo shared some of the tactics he’s using to lure wealthy New Yorkers who have left the state in recent months back home. During a briefing earlier this week, he explained how he tries to “bribe” …

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L.A. to Shut Off Water, Electricity to Residents Who Repeatedly Break Social Distancing Rules

During a press conference yesterday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garretti (D) authorized the city to shut off power and water to properties, both residential and commercial, that violate rules on gatherings during the Covid19 pandemic.

Garcetti said the goal …

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