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Florida sheriff praises residents for owning guns so they can shoot looters

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On Monday, Grady Judd, the sheriff for Polk County, Florida, encouraged locals to shoot looters in a speech announcing the extension of a local curfew.

“The people in Polk County like guns, they have guns, I encourage them to own guns,” said Judd. “And if you try to break into their homes to steal, to set fires, I’m highly recommending they blow you back out of the house with their guns.”

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Trump says he was worried that Jared Kushner or Mike Lee was ‘Anonymous’

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President Donald Trump attacked the "Anonymous" White House official that attacked him in a New York Times op-ed and in an extensive tell-all book.

Former Homeland Security official Miles Taylor came out on Wednesday, saying officially that he was "Anonymous."

At the Phoenix Goodyear Airport, Trump told a rally crowd that Taylor was a "sleaze bag" and "This guy, in my opinion, should be prosecuted." Trump didn't seem to know what crime it was Taylor committed, but he still wanted to see the former official prosecuted for something.

Trump confessed that he was worried it was someone like "Hope Hicks, Jared Kushner, Mike Lee, or Rand Paul" who were secretly attacking him from the inside.

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Federal judge compares pro-Trump robocall scammers to the KKK in furious order

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On Wednesday, a U.S. District Judge tore into pro-Trump activists Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman, who have been charged with crimes for sending intimidating robocalls to discourage people from voting in Ohio and Michigan.

The calls falsely told voters that casting a mail-in ballot would help debt collectors locate them and police enforce outstanding warrants against them. Wohl and Burkman, who have been implicated in a number of previous half-baked schemes, face up to 18 and a half years in prison for telecommunications fraud and bribery.

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Trump ‘will not implement those policies’ he promises: Ex-Homeland Security official tells evangelical voters

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Former Homeland Security official Elizabeth Neumann notoriously resigned from her position after she witnessed political decisions being made about the COVID-19 pandemic over scientific ones.

After the announcement that former official Miles Taylor was the "Anonymous" author behind the New York Times op-ed and the book attacking President Donald Trump, Neumann said she wasn't aware that "Anonymous" was Taylor. However, she said that the one thing they both have in common is their mutual focus on "the truth" that she said the American people deserve to know.

Like Taylor, Neumann explained that the "adults" in the White House are largely gone and that there are few left willing to stand up to Trump.

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