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Demon-obsessed California man charged with hate crime after punching preacher

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A California man was arrested on felony hate crime charges after he assaulted a man he believed was promoting demonic beliefs, the Record-Bee reports.

According to Clearlake Police Department Sergeant Rodd Joseph, 49-year-old Michael Munoz assaulted the unnamed victim — who was performing a religious activity with other members of his church outside of Ray’s Food Place — after the two began arguing about why Munoz no longer attended the church.

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The argument began when Munoz allegedly approached the church group and accused them of passing out publications that promote demonic belief. He began to argue with one of the members of the group, who asked him to leave.

When he refused, the victim then dialed 911, but before he could file a report, Munoz grabbed the phone from his hand and smashed it on the pavement.

Munoz then punched the victim repeatedly before fleeing the area.

Munoz was quickly located and arrested on two misdemeanor counts of interfering with a 911 call to police and vandalism for the destruction of the victim’s phone.

After talking to Munoz, however, police added the charge of felony hate crime and had Munoz booked into Lake County Jail.

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MSNBC’s ‘demotion’ of ‘feckless’ Chuck Todd celebrated: ‘Hurray! More Nicolle, less Chuck’

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MSNBC host Chuck Todd was moved to an earlier timeslot where his show, "Meet the Press Daily," will likely earn lower ratings. Meanwhile, Nicolle Wallace seems to have been promoted to a two-hour timeslot leading into primetime.

Wallace, who has extensive experience in Washington, previously served in George W. Bush's White House until abandoning the GOP as the era of Trump came to power.

Todd has made several missteps where he's been unwilling to press GOP leaders who lie openly and obviously on camera.

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George Conway blasts ‘blundering cheat’ Trump in new op-ed: ‘His name should live in infamy’

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Prominent conservative attorney George T. Conway III has written yet another Washington Post op-ed blasting President Donald Trump.

"If there’s one thing we know about President Trump, it’s that he lies and he cheats. Endlessly," Conway wrote. "And shamelessly. But still, mostly, incompetently."

"So it should have come as no surprise that Trump finally went where no U.S. president had ever gone before. In a tweet last week, he actually suggested that the country 'Delay the Election.' That trial balloon was a brazen effort to see if he can defraud his way into four more years in the White House," he explained. "And why not try? After all, Trump has managed to swindle his way through life, on matters large and small, essential and trivial."

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Trump’s ‘delay the election’ tweet laid the groundwork for him and his followers to have an excuse if he loses

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Writing in The New York Times this Monday, Gail Collins and Bret Stephens discuss their contention that President Trump is seeing the writing on the wall regarding the 2020 election, an analysis born from his recent tweet where he suggests delaying the election.

According to Stephens, Trump's tweet is a sign that he knows "in his heart" that he's going to lose in November.

"He’s laying the groundwork not for a coup but for an excuse, both for himself and for his followers," Stephens says. "It creates a mythology to explain defeat, attack Joe Biden and keep the Trump family relevant in the Republican Party. The fact that he’d pull a stunt like this is another reason it’s so important that he lose in a landslide in November."

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