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Allies of Pres Trump have knives out for AG Barr who told the AP the DOJ has not uncovered voting fraud at a scale that could have affected the results of the election. One source tells me Barr's AP interview is a "complete betrayal" and says Barr has been "a total failure."

Outraged Georgia election official decries threatening rhetoric against election staff: "Mr. President...senators, you have not condemned this language or these actions. This has to stop! We need you to step up—and if you're going to take a position of leadership, show some."

A reminder that if If the US just had the same deaths per million as Canada, a country whose Covid repsonse has been decent but not amazing, ONE HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND MORE AMERICANS would still be alive.

#BREAKING Salesforce announces $27.7 billion deal to buy messaging service Slack

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Electoral Fraud: @Jim_Jordan  lays out the statistical anomalies that defy the 2020 election results #MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

.@SteveKornacki’s khakis are more than just an internet sensation. They are doing some good! As a part of #GivingTuesday , Steve announced @Gap  will donate 500 pairs of its khaki pants to @BGCA_Clubs  Workforce Readiness program in his honor. Check out the announcement here.

NEW: Unsealed court document in DC reveals DOJ investigating an alleged "secret lobbying scheme" and a bribery conspiracy that offered "a substantial political contribution in exchange for a presidential pardon or reprieve of sentence.” @kpolantz 

If AG Barr says he has investigated and found no evidence of voter fraud, he should release his findings to the public. #transparency  #deepstate 

@neal_katyal , the progressive lawyer who urged the public to take an unforgiving stance toward those involved with child separation at the U.S. border, appeared in the Supreme Court on Tuesday to defend two corporations accused of abetting child slavery.

"They played games like nobody has ever seen before," @realDonaldTrump  said as he dialed into the election hearing in Arizona. @MayorRGiulian @JennaEllisorgi

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