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Du'ers from Michigan, MSNBC just did a segment on Sen. Peters. Do you think he'll win?

MSNBC interviewed a lady who was voting for Biden but was leaning toward voting for James and would make up her mind on election day. Ugh.

Threatening emails reportedly sent to Democratic voters in three swing states, sparking investigatio

Authorities in Florida and Alaska on Tuesday were investigating threatening emails sent to Democratic voters that claimed to be from the Proud Boys, a far-right group supportive of President Trump, but appeared instead to be a deceptive campaign making use of a vulnerability in the organization’s online network.

The emails, which appeared to target Democrats using data from digital databases known as “voter files,” told recipients the group was “in possession of all your information” and instructed voters to change their party registration and cast their ballots for Trump.

“You will vote for Trump on Election Day or we will come after you,” warned the emails, which by Tuesday night were said to have reached voters in four states, three of them hotly contested swing states in the coming presidential election.

The emails were reported in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Florida and Alaska. Only Alaska is not a major focus of the presidential campaign, but it does have a closely watched race for the U.S. Senate.


Update on the Toobin Zoom call


Another update: The above post has been deleted from the story. Maybe Toobin threatened to sue?


As Local News Dies, a Pay-for-Play Network Rises in Its Place

A nationwide operation of 1,300 local sites publishes coverage that is ordered up by Republican groups and corporate P.R. firms.

By Davey Alba and Jack Nicas
Oct. 18, 2020

Maine Business Daily is part of a fast-growing network of nearly 1,300 websites that aim to fill a void left by vanishing local newspapers across the country. Yet the network, now in all 50 states, is built not on traditional journalism but on propaganda ordered up by dozens of conservative think tanks, political operatives, corporate executives and public-relations professionals, a Times investigation found.

The sites appear as ordinary local-news outlets, with names like Des Moines Sun, Ann Arbor Times and Empire State Today. They employ simple layouts and articles about local politics, community happenings and sometimes national issues, much like any local newspaper.

But behind the scenes, many of the stories are directed by political groups and corporate P.R. firms to promote a Republican candidate or a company, or to smear their rivals.

The network is largely overseen by Brian Timpone, a TV reporter turned internet entrepreneur who has sought to capitalize on the decline of local news organizations for nearly two decades. He has built the network with the help of several others, including a Texas brand-management consultant and a conservative Chicago radio personality.


"In the past few weeks, I've heard the word "bloodbath" uttered in multiple convos w/ GOP pollsters"


Biden ad with the Beastie Boys and the Pixies!


Trump released a statement saying he soundly defeated Guthrie last night


From the clips I’ve seen Savannah Guthrie tore him a new one.

There’s one clip I laughed out loud at showing an audience member questioning Trump about corporate taxes and after he answers Guthrie asks “Speaking of taxes Mr. President, who do you owe over $400 million to?”

Data breach hunter, Chris Vickery, offers Jack Dorsey of Twitter info on Ted Cruz


... I would gladly brief or answer questions with for you and/or your counsel regarding evidence of Senator Cruz's campaign managers hiring foreign entities who then engaged in deception, voter suppression, and other acts contrary to both the Twitter Terms of Service and law.

(note: I expect nothing in return and have zero expectation of any financial benefit. I am a concerned US citizen who is somewhat-uniquely situated by circumstance to be knowledgeable of relevant facts, credible, and in possession of verifiable evidence which can be presented).

Article on Chris Vickery for those who've never heard of him https://www.zdnet.com/article/chris-vickery-data-breach-hunter/

Why are buses for Supreme Court justices a thing?


SeeSay2020 voter suppression map





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