Secretary Mike Pompeo, Daniel Gade, Leo Terrell, Sheriff Scott Jenkins and Marc Morano on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.24.2020

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Louisville police officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests; suspect in custody (FOX News)

Two police officers were shot in Louisville, Ky., on Wednesday night as protesters flocked to the streets to rally against the death of Breonna Taylor, authorities said.

Shortly after a police news conference, reports emerged on social media that a third police officer may have been injured. [Read More]

Pompeo: China targeting parent-teacher associations for influence operations (Washington Examiner)

Chinese communist officials are targeting state officials and local communities for influence operations designed to offset the hawkish policies emerging from Washington, according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“We’ve seen them at PTA meetings,” Pompeo said during an address at the Wisconsin state senate. “They’ve been at full-swing for years, and they’re increasing in intensity.” [Read More]

‘Very scary’: Dan Bongino breaks down on-air revealing that he’s been diagnosed with tumor in his neck (Washington Examiner)

Conservative radio host Dan Bongino announced to his listeners on Tuesday that he has been diagnosed with a tumor.

“It’s a tumor, but there’s a strong likelihood that it is not cancerous,” Bongino told his followers on Rumble, a platform he recently bought a stake in as a response to YouTube censorship, adding that at first he thought the growth was a lipoma. “We don’t know what it is. It’s in a very weird spot in my neck near my carotid artery, near vocal cords and things, and it is big. It’s 7 centimeters … It’s scary.” [Read More]



Trump blasts ballots when asked about election aftermath: ‘The ballots are a disaster’ (Fox News)

President Trump on Wednesday told reporters he would have to “see what happens” with election results before committing to a peaceful transfer of power.

After a reporter asked the president: “Win, lose or draw in this election, will you commit here today for a peaceful transferal of power after the election?” Trumped deferred, repeating his unsubstantiated claim that mail-in voting could lead to widespread voter fraud. [Read More]

Revised Statement Of U.S. Attorney Freed On Inquiry Into Reports Of Potential Issues With Mail-In Ballots (DOJ)

On Monday, September 21, 2020, at the request of Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis, the Office of the United States Attorney along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Scranton Resident Office, began an inquiry into reports of potential issues with a small number of mail-in ballots at the Luzerne County Board of Elections.

Since Monday, FBI personnel working together with the Pennsylvania State Police have conducted numerous interviews and recovered and reviewed certain physical evidence. Election officials in Luzerne County have been cooperative. At this point we can confirm that a small number of military ballots were discarded. Investigators have recovered nine ballots at this time. Some of those ballots can be attributed to specific voters and some cannot. Of the nine ballots that were discarded and then recovered, 7 were cast for presidential candidate Donald Trump. Two of the discarded ballots had been resealed inside their appropriate envelopes by Luzerne elections staff prior to recovery by the FBI and the contents of those 2 ballots are unknown. [Read More]

Sen. Mark Warner, challenger Daniel Gade spar in first debate of U.S. Senate race; next stop is Norfolk State University (Daily Press)

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and his Republican opponent Daniel Gade sparred over the dangers of the conoravirus, when to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court other topics Wednesday during their first debate in a little-noticed Senate race.

Warner, a Democrat and former governor, is a the heavy favorite to win re-election for a third Senate term despite the fact that he almost lost six years ago. Virginia has tilted heavily Democratic since then, thanks to the large population growth in urban and suburban areas and President Donald Trump’s unpopularity in the state. [Read More]

Feared coronavirus outbreaks in schools yet to arrive, early data shows (The Washington Post)

Thousands of students and teachers have become sick with the coronavirus since schools began opening last month, but public health experts have found little evidence that the virus is spreading inside buildings, and the rates of infection are far below what is found in the surrounding communities. [Read More]


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