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Light fight: GOP wants to bring back incandescent light bulbs

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In a Tuesday morning Fox News segment, Tennessee Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn made the recent GOP efforts to repeal the ban on incandescent light bulbs a metaphor for the entire Republican point of view.

According to Blackburn, the current eco-friendly lightbulbs outsource jobs to China, represent the government in our homes and just aren’t too bright — all things she also accuses Democrats of.

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“This is a great metaphor for all of the big government overreach,” Blackburn said.” Like the Obama administration, they are too expensive to afford.”

Watch the clip below, originally broadcast July 12, embedded via Fox News.


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Scientists alarmed as Trump hints at an October vaccine surprise

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President Donald Trump, who seems intent on announcing a COVID-19 vaccine before Election Day, could legally authorize a vaccine over the objections of experts, officials at the Food and Drug Administration and even vaccine manufacturers, who have pledged not to release any vaccine unless it’s proved safe and effective.

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Trump gives himself ‘A+’ on COVID-19 response as US death toll hits grim 200,000 milestone

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"Trump and his cowardly enablers, they all have blood on their hands," said an activist who lost his father to Covid-19.

As the U.S. Covid-19 death toll was all but certain to hit 200,000 on Monday with the virus still taking the lives of nearly 1,000 Americans each day, President Donald Trump told Fox News that he would give himself a perfect grade for his handling of a pandemic that has infected more than 6.8 million people across the country, permanently eliminated millions of jobs, and destroyed countless livelihoods.

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CNN host left in tears after heartbreaking report on COVID-19 victims

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During a segment on CNN this Monday, anchor Brianna Keilar was moved to tears while honoring people who've lost their lives to the coronavirus, especially while telling the story of a couple who died holding hands.

Keilar recounted how a couple married for over 50 years died from the virus only minutes apart after being admitted to the hospital on August 11. When it became clear they wouldn't survive, they were placed in the same ward, where they died holding hands.

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