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January 1, Rand Paul Goes Off at Trump Rally



This Day in History | 1940

Franklyn Delano Roosevelt is elected for an unprecedented third term as president of the United States.

Good Morning Middle Americans. 

As our president said last night, Rand Paul is a little odd. But the worlds out of Sen. Paul’s mouth were very comforting to the MAGA crowd in attendance at the Trump 2020 rally last night in Lexington, Kentucky.  

Here’s a brief from The Hill: Paul, speaking in his home state at a Trump campaign rally, referenced unconfirmed reports in conservative media that the whistleblower worked for former Vice President Joe Biden, questioning the person’s credibility.

“We also now know the name of the whistleblower. The whistleblower needs to come forward as a material witness because he worked for Joe Biden at the same time Hunter Biden was getting money from corrupt oligarchs.”

Watch the Trump Lexington, KY Rally here

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Justice Department seeks Info on ‘Anonymous’ White House Book Author

(NBC News) – The Justice Department is demanding identifying details about the senior Trump administration official who has written an anonymous book, warning in a letter to the publisher on Monday that the author may be subject to nondisclosure agreements.

The letter, signed by Assistant Attorney General Joseph Hunt, asked for details or copies of the author’s nondisclosure agreements “or the dates of the author’s service and the agencies where the author was employed, so that we may determine the terms of the author’s nondisclosure agreements and ensure that they have been followed.”

Publication of the book may violate nondisclosure agreements based on the individual’s work or access to classified information, the letter states, “if the author is, in fact, a current or former ‘senior official’ in the Trump administration.”

Learn more about the anonymous White House staffer here

Gaming Lessons Replace Music, Sports Among Some American Families

(The Washington Post) – Anthony Yeo remembered the panic. Playing Fortnite with his niece Poppy Ford, whenever their foes’ shots found him, he would wildly build cover, hastily assembling any kind of fortification to stave off elimination.

“Now what do I do?” Yeo, 46, asked his niece over a video chat. The 13-year-old Fortnite veteran replied.

“Breathe, keep a level head and you get out of there,” Ford said.

The lesson was well-known to Ford, an avid Fortnite player, but it required a little drilling before Yeo could embrace it. It was a lesson taught to them by Cody Lefevre, a 26-year-old lacrosse coach and elementary school PE teacher in Colorado who, for $175 per 90 minutes, moonlights as a coach for aspiring Fortnite amateurs.

Read more about this cultural shift in America here

Facebook’s Zuckerberg Not So Popular with Dems Anymore

(AP) – Mark Zuckerberg’s social network in Washington is shrinking.

Bipartisan hostility against Facebook has been building for months, fueled by a series of privacy scandals, the site’s role in Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign and accusations that Facebook crushes competitors.

Now, with the 2020 elections approaching, Democrats especially are homing in on the conduct of the social media giant and its refusal to fact-check political ads and remove false ones.

Find out more about Mark Zuckerberg’s falling out with the Libs here

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