Tarrant County soars past 100,000 coronavirus cases; Dallas County reports 702 cases, 5 deaths – The Dallas Morning News

  1. Tarrant County soars past 100,000 coronavirus cases; Dallas County reports 702 cases, 5 deaths  The Dallas Morning News
  2. Washington State health officials report more than 2000 new COVID-19 cases  KOMO News
  3. Allegheny County’s new covid case numbers recede slightly  TribLIVE
  4. McPherson County reports 206 new cases of COVID-19, additional deaths  Salina Post
  5. 3 new deaths, 236 new COVID-19 cases reported in county since last Wednesday  Lawrence Journal-World
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Oregon reports 1,314 new COVID-19 cases, surpasses 75,000 total cases – KGW.com

  1. Oregon reports 1,314 new COVID-19 cases, surpasses 75,000 total cases  KGW.com
  2. Multnomah County transitioning out of ‘freeze’ to ‘extreme risk’ restrictions on Dec. 3  KATU
  3. Coronavirus in Oregon: State reports 1,314 new cases, 7 new deaths  OregonLive
  4. St. Charles reports record 29 COVID-19 patients, delays 100s of elective surgeries  KTVZ
  5. 21 Oregon counties under ‘Extreme Risk’ COVID restrictions  KOIN.com
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MSNBC's Wallace: 'Republicans Willing to Sell Their Soul' for Trump's 'Big Lie' of Election Fraud

MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace said Monday on her show “Deadline” that Republicans were willing to “sell their soul” by not speaking out about President Donald Trump’s claims there was massive voter fraud in the 2020 election, which she said was a “big lie.”

Source: Breitbart, MSNBC’s Wallace: ‘Republicans Willing to Sell Their Soul’ for Trump’s ‘Big Lie’ of Election Fraud

Manhattan DA candidates weigh in on investigation into Trump's finances

When President Trump leaves office, a slew of investigations promise to cause him legal headaches, including congressional inquiries and probes by the attorneys general of New York and Washington, D.C. But there’s just one publicly known investigation that could lead to criminal charges for Mr. Trump, and it’s being led by a district attorney whose office is up for grabs in 2021. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates joins CBSN’s Anne-Marie Green to talk about next year’s Manhattan DA election, and one of the most scrutinized legal cases in American history.

Source: CBS, Manhattan DA candidates weigh in on investigation into Trump’s finances

Best Cyber Monday tech deals: Laptops, printers, AirPods, 4K TVs and more – NBC News

  1. Best Cyber Monday tech deals: Laptops, printers, AirPods, 4K TVs and more  NBC News
  2. The Best Amazon Cyber Monday Deals Available Now  The New York Times
  3. Walmart’s best Cyber Monday 2020 deals  CNN
  4. Dell 27-inch, 1080p monitor for $159 on Cyber Monday is perfect for remote working  Laptop Mag
  5. Here Are The Best Cyber Monday Deals For Your WFH Setup  BuzzFeed
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Dr. Scott Atlas resigns as special adviser to Trump on coronavirus – Fox News

  1. Dr. Scott Atlas resigns as special adviser to Trump on coronavirus  Fox News
  2. Dr. Scott Atlas resigns from Trump administration  CNN
  3. Controversial White House coronavirus adviser Scott Atlas to resign  NBC News
  4. DR. SCOTT ATLAS RESIGNS  NewsNOW from FOX
  5. Scott Atlas resigns as coronavirus adviser to Trump | TheHill  The Hill
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UAE Condemns "Heinous" Killing Of Iran Scientist In Rare Break From Israel-Gulf Axis

UAE Condemns “Heinous” Killing Of Iran Scientist In Rare Break From Israel-Gulf Axis

Tyler Durden

Mon, 11/30/2020 – 18:50

Last Friday’s assassination of top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh is putting immense strain on the newly ‘normalized’ ties between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. 

The UAE late on Sunday issued a statement strongly denouncing the attack that it called a “crime” that could destabilize the region. This after Tehran has vowed to retaliate, yet without giving details of what form this might take.

The UAE “condemns the heinous assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, which could further fuel conflict in the region,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation said, as cited in Bloomberg.

Cleric holding an image of slain nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, via PBS.

“The state of instability our region is currently going through, and the security challenges it faces, drive us all to work towards averting acts that could lead to escalation and eventually threaten the stability of the entire region,” it added.

Signed on September 15, the ‘Abraham Accords’ opened up formal diplomatic relations and economic dealings between Israel and the tiny oil-rich Gulf country for the first time in history.

Bahrain was also involved, and Sudan is said to be the next Arab League member to normalize ties, with the State Department now urging Saudi Arabia to follow.

As Bloomberg notes of the significance of the UAE condemning this latest attack:

“The denunciation late Sunday was significant both because of the historically strained relations between Sunni Gulf Arab states and Shiite Iran, and the fact that Tehran has blamed the attack on Israel, which recently signed a normalization deal with the UAE.”

Jordan is also the latest regional voice to condemn the brazen assassination which occurred east of Tehran last week.

Some current and former diplomats in the West have also condemned the killing, widely suspected to have Israeli or even US intelligence involvement, as it sets a precedented that could open tit-for-tat illegal assassinations as a modus operandi for score settling among rival powers in the region.



Source: Zero Hedge, UAE Condemns “Heinous” Killing Of Iran Scientist In Rare Break From Israel-Gulf Axis

Bitcoin price breaks all-time record, nearing $20,000 as cryptocurrency bounces back from March slump

The price of Bitcoin has hit a record high, inching toward the $20,000 mark in a dramatic recovery for the world’s most popular digital currency, which has rallied more than 200 percent since March.

The cryptocurrency capped out at just over $19,850 on Monday before retreating to around $19,668, according to the CoinDesk index, surging past its previous peak of $19,666, hit in late 2017. The spike follows a week of volatility, seeing the price dip to as low as $16,200 last Thursday.

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Resurgent bitcoin pushing toward all-time high after last week’s stumble

Bitcoin took a serious hit in March with the onset of the coronavirus outbreak in the US, sinking below $4,000 for a time, but has steadily climbed out of the slump, gaining some 240 percent in the time since. Demand for the digital asset has also surged, helping it bounce back to its new height.

Other major cryptos, which typically follow bitcoin’s trends, also rallied on Monday, with Ethereum and XRP gaining by some six percent, while Litecoin climbed by more than 11 percent, according to CoinMarketCap. Among the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap, only Tether was down over the last 24 hours, shedding just shy of one point.

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This 85-inch Hisense UHD LED TV is just $999 at Best Buy on Cyber Monday – SFGate

  1. This 85-inch Hisense UHD LED TV is just $999 at Best Buy on Cyber Monday  SFGate
  2. The Best Amazon Cyber Monday Deals Available Now  The New York Times
  3. The best Cyber Monday deals 2020  Tom’s Guide
  4. Walmart’s best Cyber Monday 2020 deals  CNN
  5. All The Best Cyber Monday Fashion Deals At Amazon  BuzzFeed
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NYC pub declares itself 'autonomous zone,' refuses lockdown in defiant stand against Cuomo

Two New York City businessmen have taken a page from the leftist playbook for defying government, and have declared their pub an “autonomous zone” in order to keep its doors open.

The New York Post reported Staten Island’s Mac’s Public House is open, which is in defiance of public health orders to partially close down amid a resurgence of reported infections amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Mac’s Public House is located in New York’s South Shore area, which was deemed an orange zone by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Cuomo, a recent Emmy Award recipient for his “leadership” during the pandemic, declared the area to be zoned orange this past week.

According to New York City’s website, orange is bad — meaning “restaurants, bars, cafes and other food service establishments can provide outdoor dining and takeout and delivery service only.”

Orange also means a “four-person maximum per table,” while “No indoor dining is allowed.”

But Mac’s Public House co-owners Danny Presti and Keith McAlarney told the Post they won’t be closing the doors to their business.

Taking a cue from Seattle’s leftist Capital Hill neighborhood occupiers from this past summer, the two men declared the establishment an “autonomous zone.”

That seemed to work out for Seattle’s CHAZ/CHOP anarchists and other leftists, as they were allowed by Seattle Democrats to operate under their own rules for roughly a month.

There were sadly multiple causalities.

But Mac’s is a peaceful independent nation/pub, and freedom is on the menu, as are reasonably priced cheese-filled jalapeño poppers.

And unlike the former leaders of CHOP, Presti and McAlarney don’t seem intent on committing any egregious crimes.

They apparently just hope to avoid becoming financially destitute.

They’re fighting leftists like the left, adopting a “come and get me” approach to protesting perceived injustice.

So far, the men have been hit with thousands of dollars in fines and have had their business liquor license revoked.

Neither man seems particularly afraid of the city, or its fines, though.

The men have posted a video on YouTube to update patrons on the status of their business.

They’re offering free food and drinks to guests in return for donations — apparently seeking to take advantage of a loophole which would potentially make them no longer a business, so long as they don’t receive cash directly for goods and service.

But the city expects them to pay dearly with fines.

On the issue of the mounting fines, Presti didn’t seem too concerned

“At this point, we’re OK with it, because we’re not paying it,” he said.

“[The Sheriff’s Department] is issuing us $1,000 fines, so they keep coming back. We’re still here. We’re not letting them in,” he added.

McAlarney, citing private property laws in a YouTube video, was quite clear that Mac’s Public House will remain open.

“We’re not backing down. You think you scared me by … saying I don’t have a license now to serve liquor now? Well guess what? That liquor license is on the wall. If that liquor license is going to come off the wall, it’s going to be done by Cuomo,” McAlarney said.

“You want to come down here and pull that license off the wall?” the man taunted Cuomo.

McAlarney also appeared to refer to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio as “de Bozo.”

In a video appeal to the mayor, McAlarney said, “Feel free to end up coming down, and we’ll end up having a conversation before you even think about stepping foot on my property. I will not back down.”

New Yorkers have been hit hard by not only the coronavirus pandemic, but by their Democratic leadership’s overreaction to it.

The proprietors of Mac’s Public House aren’t giving in to the city’s demands — not with regard to locking up and going home.

Democrats have officially become so anti-small-business that opening up your doors to customers is now officially a crime in Staten Island.

McAlarney and Presti aren’t playing along.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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