Saturday, May 22, 2021
Watch: Florida Man Tears Into School Board Over ‘Equity’ and Inclusivity Mission: ‘We Are Americans First, and We Will Be Free Always!’
“Your only job is education, not indoctrination!” pic.twitter.com/gx75XZz2t2— Sarah Taylor (@thesarahdtaylor) May 21, 2021
Arizona’s secretary of state on Thursday warned the state’s largest county not to try to use election machines that are being audited or she would decertify the equipment.
“I have grave concerns regarding the security and integrity of these machines, given that the chain of custody, a critical security tenet, has been compromised and election officials do not know what was done to the machines while under Cyber Ninjas’ control,” Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, wrote in a letter to Maricopa County officials.
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Donald Trump Issues Statement on AZ Audit, Slams ‘Weak Republicans
“That’s all people ask me. They say ‘what’s going on in Arizona?’ They want to talk about election fraud. The weak Republicans don’t want to talk about it. The weak or stupid or RINOs [Republican in name only], call them whatever you want, and yet the Republican voter, that’s what they want to hear,” Trump told OAN.
“They want to hear about 2020. They want to find out, is that something that should be turned over? When they rob a jewelry store of all the diamonds and they get caught, you have to return the diamonds. They want to find out what’s going on. The Republican voter wants the story. The weak Republican politician doesn’t want to talk about this story because they think it’s bad politically,” Trump said.
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Jeffrey Epstein’s Cell Guards Admit to ‘Falsifying Records,’ Cut Deal to Avoid Jail
Two corrections officers who were supposed to be guarding Jeffrey Epstein’s cell the night he died by suicide cut a deal with prosecutors Friday that will allow them to avoid time behind bars.
Under the deferred prosecution agreement, Tova Noel and Michael Thomas will admit that they falsified records and will be sentenced to 100 hours of community service, according to a letter written by federal prosecutors Friday.
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