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Olbermann: Trump’s ‘bullsh*t’ anti-immigrant campaign is designed to ‘terrify Americans into submission’

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In a new “Resistance” segment, Keith Olbermann again called out President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban and the recent increase in deportations across the country. Calling one a Muslim ban and the other a “purge of Hispanics,” Olbermann said “I am tired of hearing the radical right bullsh*t that they are anything else.”

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He then called these orders useless, noting that “they add nothing to the safety of this country,” and are “sadistic.” Olbermann detailed the many instances of violence that have occurred in the last few weeks — including the arrest of an undocumented victim of domestic violence — and noted that each act represented either a “Muslim ban” or a “purge of Hispanics.”

Olbermann suggested that at a certain point, it is no longer “just a Muslim ban or just a purge of Hispanics, it is a series of acts intended to terrify Americans into submission. It is a series of acts intended to silence those that would object, and turn them into human sheep.”

“It is in fact a series of acts of terrorism against the people of the United States of America and Donald Trump, it is your doing, and in due time you will atone,” Olbermann said.

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Trump continues pushing conspiracy theories about Joe Scarborough — immediately after reporter tells him about widower begging him to stop

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At Tuesday's White House press briefing, President Donald Trump was asked by reporters if he was aware of the letter from the widower of deceased congressional aide Lori Klausutis, begging the president to stop promoting conspiracy theories that she had been murdered by former representative and MSNBC host Joe Scarborough.

The president replied, "Yeah I have." However, almost immediately after, he used the moment to continue pushing the conspiracy theory, adding, "As you know, there's no statute of limitations."

Asked if he's seen the distressed letter from the widower of Lori Klausutis about Trump turning her death into fodder, Trump says "yeah I have," then continues propagating his conspiracy nonsense, then says, "As you know, there's no statute of limitations."

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Trump tells a reporter to take off coronavirus mask and stop being ‘politically correct’

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At Tuesday's White House coronavirus press briefing, President Donald Trump got into an argument with Reuters correspondent Jeff Mason, when he commanded him to take off his protective face mask.

Mason refused to do so, at which point Trump mocked him, saying "You want to be politically correct."

Trump also repeated a line previously made by his press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, asking why former Vice President Joe Biden wore a mask when he was in public but not standing close to anyone, when he wasn't wearing a mask at home with his wife right next to him.

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DOJ dropping investigation into GOP senator’s stock trades ignites outrage: ‘Quid pro quo, baby’

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On Tuesday, the Justice Department ended its investigation into three senators accused of insider trading, including Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), all of whom sold stocks around the time they were receiving classified hearings on the coronavirus pandemic. Their investigation against Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), however, continues.

There are some differences between the Burr case and the others, including that Burr admits to having ordered the trades himself whereas Loeffler says a financial adviser made the trades without her knowledge.

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