The former First Lady has kept an incredibly low profile throughout 2021, only appearing in public on a handful of occasions.

"She notably stayed in New York with her son Barron, 15, for several months after her husband started his one-term presidency in 2017..."

Barron was 15? In 2017? 🀣 It seems the MSM is So anxious to divorce Melania from her husband; but one would think (at least) they could get their son's age correct. No--Barron was just ten at the time of his father's victory acceptance speech on Election night, November 2016. Everyone knew of Melania's plans to stay in New York with Barron until he finished his current year of school, before joining President Trump at the White House. That's all it was--no "divorce" (or legal separation) looming on the horizon, no matter how feverishly the leftist liberals might have wished for it to be so. No wonder Yahoo! "news" gets so little attention these days! πŸ™„

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The New York Times editorial board voiced the media's opinion that every day is Jan. 6. But for the rest of the country, the actual Jan. 6 of this year was not Jan. 6, 2021.

"... Another protester on the west side of the Capitol held a sign reading, "EVERYBODY KNOWS TRUMP IS A LIAR AND LOST FAIR AND SQUARE." The message, while obviously true, didn't reach its intended audience, as 2020 election truthers failed to return to the scene of the crime..."

"[O]bviously true"? "[E]lection truthers?" πŸ€” Evidently, Ms. Lowe is fiscally-conservative, at least. But she just doesn't like how the 'sausage' of a sound federal budget is made. Either that, or she has neglected to examine all the evidence surrounding Dominion and their fuzzy electoral math.

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Democrats in Congress, including the 26 who have already announced they will not run for reelection, have accepted that this year's midterm elections will likely be their downfall. But never underestimate the zeal of a convert.

"...That chaos, predictably, is not any policy problem fomented by Republicans in power but rather anything and everything related to former President Donald Trump's eleventh-hour meltdown over losing the 2020 election..."

"Meltdown"? πŸ€” Just trying to figure out how rational and balanced the Washington Examiner; or perhaps opinion commentary writer Tiana Lowe, is. In a recent Washington, D.C. Capitol photo essay (on the first anniversary of the January 6th protest), if memory serves I believe she used the phrase "without evidence" (referring to the stolen election) in one of her picture captions.

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A prominent black conservative has been banned from social media site Gettr and called a 'liar' by its communication director after the app promoted itself as a 'cancel-free zone.'

The one single comment that was posted there so far (on DailyMail) took like forever to load. not sure what's up with that. πŸ€” Anybody know anything about this "Truth Social" platform? In my experience, every time "President Trump" has announced a "new social platform," it ends up being nothing more than a text and email list for the grifters at the Republican Party (i.e., McDaniel and Romney) to hassle their 'followers' several times a day for donations. πŸ’Έ I'll let someone else play the guinea pig this time. 🐹

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After largely holding off from touting Operation Warp Speed since leaving office, Trump is urging his supporters to "take credit" for the vaccine.

Two words (that you won't allow posted on your site, Yahoo!):

Hunter Biden.

P.S. Follow-up Article We'll Never See: "Six times Biden administration health officials contradicted themselves about the coronavirus pandemic"


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Two words (that you won't allow posted on your site, Yahoo!):

Hunter Biden.

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In the most in-depth print interview he has given since going into hiding that month, Eric Coomer describes below what it’s like to be public enemy number one to the conspiracy theorists who falsely blame Trump’s election loss on voting-machine fraud.

"Knowing what [you] do about the 'disinformation echo chamber'" Mr. Coomer? 🀨 That's evidence of your left political bias, right there.

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The election technology company sued OAN, claiming $1.6 billion in defamation damages over election conspiracy theories.

It's always "right-wing" and "lies" when you want to ignore the evidence, isn't it, Business Insider?

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The MyPillow guy ranted against taking a lunch break and invited the audience to vote for CNN or Fox News to prove his election-hacking conspiracy.

"...on the right-wing network OANN..." So, Huffpost, why are there never any "left-wing" media networks mentioned in your news articles, hmmm? Is it because for you, there's no such thing? You (and such outlets as NYT, WaPo, The Atlantic, CNN, MSNBC, etc. are all "centrist," of course; and those who report on news you don't like or approve are "right-wing (nuts)" and "conspiracy theorists"? No wonder almost all the so-called "mainstream" news outlets dispensed with their reader comment sections months before the 2020 elections (i.e., because you didn't want anyone calling you out on your omission and outright attempted manipulation of the facts). You (and those like you) are a fecal stain on the journalistic profession; and I wouldn't use printed copies of your so-called "stories" to line the bottom of a birdcage.

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Apple, Google, and Amazon booted the site from their own platforms. But who moderates the moderators?

What a disgusting piece of disrespect and gloating defamation this article is!! "Trump-inspired violence" and "confronting Trump and his most deluded followers," indeed! No wonder these leftist rag sites shut down their "comments" sections at around about the same time (during the months leading up to the 2020 election). I wouldn't use hardcopies of their "reporting" to line a birdcage. 🦜

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At least Kimmel has been voted down here almost 4-to-1. That says something.

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