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‘I’ll take a target any day to do what’s right’ — Listen to nurse-turned-whistleblower Dawn Wooten detail how immigrant women at a detention facility allegedly received forced hysterectomies in ICE custody

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The head of the controversial Proud Boys told Sky News he did not see President Trump's words during the presidential debate as an endorsement of his group, and that Joe Biden had made a "crucial mistake" in naming them as racists. More here:

"If we get the votes it will be all over. He'll go. He can't stay in power." This was both good civic exhortation and a deceptively powerful message. It's up to you to vote, says Biden. If we get the votes, he'll be done and gone. It doesn't matter what he says. He'll be gone.

Protecting Our History: @BobWoodson  says the Piney Woods School and 1776 Project are replacing the radical left’s critical race theory and 1619 project that are trying to erase American history. #AmericaFirst  #MAGA  #Dobbs 

"He's refusing to disavow them because they are now his army," Michael Cohen says of white supremacists, discussing Pres. Trump's debate remarks. "He will call them to arms when he loses as an attempt to retain control over power."

Moderna CEO says its coronavirus vaccine won't be ready until spring of next year

Firefighters shared first-person footage of their efforts battling the massive Glass Fire in Northern California – protecting homes, wineries and livestock while navigating an actively burning landscape.

Party of Hate: @GOPLeader  blasts Speaker Pelosi for holding up China Virus funding to push her rebranded bill that defunds police. #MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

Trump encourages supporters to independently monitor polling places — a federal crime

Comey’s Selective Memory: @MarshaBlackburn  rips James Comey for not recalling details of Obamagate despite presiding over the FBI as it happened. #AmericaFirst  #MAGA  #Dobbs 

MEDICINE: Study in South Korea finds over 90% of those infected with coronavirus reported ongoing side effects associated with the disease, even after recovery.