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Idaho Lt Governor flashes gun and Bible in video where she rejects state’s lockdown measures

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Idaho’s Lieutenant Governor was featured driving around with a gun and a Bible in her car in a video where state lawmakers question the existence of the coronavirus and reject lockdown measures, Newsweek reports.

In the video, Janice McGeachin and several state officials made “declaration” against coronavirus measures. During McGeachin’s segment in the video, she’s seen sitting in her truck holding a handgun in one hand and a Bible in the other.

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“We recognize that all of us by nature are free and equal and have certain inalienable rights among which are enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing and protecting property, and pursuing happiness and protecting safety,” she says.

As Newsweek points out, McGeachin has been a vocal critic of the state’s coronavirus restrictions.

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Rand Paul and Fox Business fell for ‘one big lie’ published anonymously on Substack: report

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The flow disinformation about the 2020 presidential was chased down by reporter Nick Martin on Monday.

Martin, the editor of The Informant newsletter on Substack and a longtime journalist, reported what he had learned in a Twitter thread.

Martin explained why an anonymous Substack account should have raised plenty of red flags, but the "easily debunked conspiracy theory" it was pushing was still picked up by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Fox Business.

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Trump doesn’t drink — but the vintner-in-chief is now playing in China’s trade war with Australia over wine

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The leader of the free world owns a winery outside of Charlottesville, Virginia -- even though he does not drink.

Whatever motivates his appreciation for vino, however, it is apparently on his mind during the final days of his administration.

While the coronavirus pandemic and economic crisis have largely been ignored as Trump pushes his conspiracy theories about the election he lost, he is apparently interested in a trade war on the other side of the world.

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Trump declares the election ‘rigged’ in late night Twitter meltdown: ‘Think I’ll stick around for awhile!’

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President Donald Trump has continued to refuse to concede that he lost the 2020 presidential race to President-elect Joe Biden.

On Monday, Trump lashed out at the Republican governors of Arizona and Georgia for certifying their election results that he lost.

Some analysts have worried Trump will attempt to overturn the election results in Congress, a move he seemed to allude to again on Monday evening.

Engaging with right-wing Twitter personality, Trump thanked them for saying he is "the most popular Republican in history."

"Thank you! A lot of Senators and House Members are very happy that I came along. Think I’ll stick around for awhile!" Trump tweeted.

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