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Trump-loving Kris Kobach attacks Bill Barr over his reported interest in gun control legislation

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Kris Kobach, a Trump-loving Kansas politician who has repeatedly been passed over for positions in the White House, is now lashing out at the president’s own attorney general for his reported interest in passing additional gun control legislation.

As reported by the Washington Post’s Aaron Blake, Kobach this week sent out a fundraising email blasting Barr as the “establishment” and asked his supporters to send him money to help defeat him.

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“The Attorney General’s ‘idea’ would do nothing to stop mass shootings,” Kobach railed in the email. “It would significantly burdern the law-abiding gun owners seeking to transfer guns to friends, neighbors, or coworkers.”

Kobach also wrote that “the gun grabbers” are “on the march in Washington,” which is why “we need more principled patriots with the guts to stand up and fight for our gun rights.”

Read the whole email below.


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Woman charged with making terroristic threats after blowing in nurse’s face during mask dispute

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A Pennsylvania woman has been charged with making terroristic threats after she threatened the staff at a hospital and blew into a nurse's face, NorthcentralPA reports.

Glenda G. Richards, 41, reportedly refused to comply with the hospital's coronavirus screening policy and also resisted wearing a mask when she entered the hospital. Court papers say Richards briefly put a mask on but then took it off and blew in a nurse's face twice.

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Trump appointee fired for anti-LGBT tweets now says she was ‘conned’ by infamous right-wing scammer

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Merritt Corrigan, the former deputy White House liaison to United States Agency for International Development who was fired this week for posting inflammatory anti-LGBT tweets, now says she was the victim of a scam by notoriously inept right-wing operative Jacob Wohl.

The Daily Beast's Will Sommer reports that Corrigan is now claiming that Wohl and his associate Jack Burkman seized control of her phone and sent out tweets that attacked USAID for promoting LGBT rights abroad and that leveled baseless allegations of soliciting prostitutes against Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), who is the chairman of the House Foreign Relations Affairs Committee.

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Dr. Fauci reveals his family is ‘getting death threats’ from people who disagree with ‘science’

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the federal government's top infectious disease expert, revealed on Wednesday that his family has received death threats from people who disagree with his scientific recommendations on COVID-19.

During an interview with CNN's Sanjay Gupta, Fauci talked about "unseemly things that crises bring out in the world."

"And getting death threats for me and my family, harassing my daughters to the point where I have to get security is just -- I mean, it's amazing," Fauci explained. "I wouldn't have imagined in my wildest dreams that people who object to things that are pure public health principles are so set against it and don't like what you and I say, namely in the word of science, that they actually threaten you."

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