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Sandy Hook ‘truther’ sues Florida university to get his job back

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Former Florida Atlantic University Professor James Tracy, who gained notoriety after claiming the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax, has filed a lawsuit to try to get his job back. Tracy, fired from his tenured position in January, is suing university administrators, members of the Board of Trustees, and faculty union representatives…

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‘Follow the money’: MSNBC contributor blows the lid off Trump’s personal stake in drug he’s pushing as COVID-19 cure

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President Donald Trump has been raising questions by his dogged endorsement of an unproven treatment for the coronavirus -- and his motivations appear to be more financial than medical.

Trump admits he's not a doctor -- which, of course, he's not -- but MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and the Washington Post's Eugene Robinson are among many wondering whether the president is trying to boost the market for the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine.

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Trump economic adviser says US should ‘bet on President Trump’s intuition’ over science

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Trump’s economic adviser, Peter Navarro, has been doing the media rounds to discuss the merits of science and medicine because there are very few scientists and medical experts willing to toe the Trump administration’s anti-science line when it comes to their novel coronavirus response. Navarro is the perfect mouthpiece for this administration in a time of crisis because he’s the kind of snake oil salesman that other snake oil salesmen try to avoid. As always, Fox News is a safe space for such bamboozlement.

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Rick Wilson goes scorched earth on Trump for putting on a show for his fans while ‘the bodies pile up’

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In yet another scathing column for the Daily Beast, conservative campaign consultant Rick Wilson lashed out at Donald Trump for using the daily White House task force press briefings on the coronavirus pandemic as a chance to strut and perform for his adoring fans while over 10,000 Americans have died -- so far.

According to the Wilson, who has become one of the president's most vocal critics, "Like some defective and malevolent artificial intelligence that reflexively fires off nuclear missiles long after the world is a blasted radioactive wasteland populated by tribes of cannibal mutants and murderous scavengers, the Trump media machine relentlessly continues its bizarre and destructive propaganda war against America."

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