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- Soros push to elect progressive DAs in California fails to attract voters – Fox News
Billionaire liberal mega-donor George Soros has been pumping millions of dollars into local races in California to help elect anti-police District Attorneys across the state. However, most of that money was wasted after most of his candidates couldn’t survive their primaries on Tuesday.
- Dossier source offered Papadopoulos $30K a month while in Trump campaign, his wife claims – The Daily Wire
- A man who is allegedly a major source for the anti-Trump dossier reportedly approached campaign aide George Papadopoulos, and offered him $30,000 a month to be a consultant while he was working for the Trump campaign. Sources believe that this man may have been trying to entrap Papadopoulos.
- Facebook, Amazon, Google and Twitter all work with left-wing SPLC – The Daily Caller
- Major tech companies in Silicon Valley have been using the guidance of the Southern Poverty Law Center to determine what constitutes as “hate speech.” The SPLC is an extremely biased Left-wing group that curates a list of conservative groups that they label “hate groups.” The list is constantly found to be riddled with inaccuracies and biases.
- Car crashes into US Embassy gates in South Korea’s capital – ABC News
- A car has reportedly crashed into the front gates of the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. The South Korean police said the driver was not drunk, but are not releasing anymore details about the incident yet.
- ‘Human rights disaster’: China’s persecution of Christians at highest level since Mao – The Washington Times
- The Chinese government is reportedly persecuting Christians and other religious minorities at rates not seen since the cultural revolution. The government has continued to close churches, confiscate bibles, and arrest religious believers, especially in the lead up to the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.