White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has defended President Donald Trump's increasing attacks on vote-by-mail in recent days. Over the past decade, however, McEnany has personally voted by mail in Florida at least 11 times. According to an investigation of voter records by the Tampa Bay Times, McEnany has voted by mail in every election since 2010.

Absentee voting isn't the same as vote by mail

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Policy written by the terminally outrage puritans....

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Imagine you are a cryptocurrency enthusiast. If you're reading my content, this shouldn't be too hard. Imagine that you write about your knowledge in an attempt to educate people and further cryptocurrency adoption. Imagine that you've acquired a...

Medium wants their site to be a safe space for alphabet people, feminazis and soy boys

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NEW YORK - It was laundry that broke Mary Shell. Or rather, the lack of an in-unit washer and dryer in her Brooklyn apartment where Shell, 37, a field producer for reality television, could barely afford her half of the rent before the novel coronavirus pandemic because work had been slow for months. Times are even tougher now that her roommate, also unemployed, has had to move back in with her parents. Shell was so financially strapped that she began inquiring about various night-life gigs, only to see covid-19 close all the bars and clubs. ("So that's another job you can't do in a pandemic.") Still, her situation might have been bearable if the nearest laundromat wasn't four blocks away. "I just want to be able to do laundry without having to drag it up and down a four-story walk-up or pay someone $40 or $50 to do it for me," said Shell - echoing a gripe of New York City's apartment-dwellers so timeless that "Seinfeld," "Friends," "Living Single" and "Broad City" all have episodes about the indignities of shared laundry facilities. But throw in a pandemic and Shell said the stress has been "exhausting," noting how she recently showed up to her laundromat to find that someone had handled all the clothes she had just washed. "Everyone deserves space and basic amenities," she said, lamenting how, in New York, many landlords deem a washing machine a "luxury" item. "It's just insulting to come at us and be like, 'We're going to charge you an extra thousand dollars a month for this standard appliance that's been in American households since the 1970s.' " It's enough to make her contemplate leaving, for good. Welcome to the Great Reassessment. New York City is a shadow of its pre-pandemic normal. Like Shell, many residents are out of work, out of money, out of patience and out of sorts. Reassessments are happening...

New Yorkers flee spreading their liberal filth everywhere. I say blow up the bridges, they created that liberal shithole, let them rot in it.

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For the first time, Twitter has flagged some of President Donald Trump's tweets with a fact-check warning. On Tuesday, Twitter added a warning phrase to two Trump tweets that called mail-in...

Key words "died accidentally"

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“Please delete those tweets,” the widower begged in a letter last week to Twitter’s chief executive, Jack Dorsey. “My wife

Key word in tiny letters...opinion

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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VATICAN-FINANCES (PIX):Coronavirus drains Vatican coffers as income falls, deficits loom

that what happens when 80% of your revenue is from selling children

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Joe Biden has no foreseeable plans to resume in-person campaigning amid a pandemic that is testing whether a national presidential election can be won by a candidate communicating almost entirely...

Now he can sniff his granddaughter's hair all he wants

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HOWARD Stern has said President Donald Trump “hates” his own supporters and it would be “extremely patriotic” for him to step down, in a radio outburst. The 66-year-old shoc…

His career must be in the toilet is he's pushing the Orange Man bad narrative

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Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel sort of apologized for a video that made Vice President Mike Pence look bad. But Kimmel was more disgusted by the backlash.

People still watch Kimmel?

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