CNN anchor Jake Tapper appears to have had a sudden change of heart about the seriousness of the potential impropriety of the Biden family’s business ties after previously dismissing the Hunter Biden controversy that emerged in the final weeks of the presidential election.
Source: Fox News, CNN’s Tapper asks Biden about potential family biz conflicts after avoiding son Hunter during campaign
With nearly 11 million people unemployed and more than 400,000 COVID-19 deaths projected by the time he takes office, President-elect Joe Biden said Congress must provide relief for Americans set to lose federal aid in a matter of weeks. Ed O’Keefe reports.
Source: CBS, Biden pushes Congress to provide relief for out-of-work Americans
“A Keynesian Beauty Contest — But With No Beauty”
Fri, 12/04/2020 – 18:55
Real Vision senior editor Ash Bennington (“Cash Pennington”) hosts managing editor Ed Harrison to break down today’s dismal data on the state of the U.S. labor market. Ed and Ash put in context the non-farm payroll figures, released today, and contrast this dreadful print with the rally in U.S. equities. After reflecting on what these job numbers means for the yield curve and interest rate margins, Ed and Ash conduct an even-handed analysis of the worsening data on COVID-19 cases, deaths, and hospitalizations. In the intro, editor Jack Farley explores why the investors seem convinced that the adverse jobs data is actually good news for the stock market.
Source: Zero Hedge, “A Keynesian Beauty Contest — But With No Beauty”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people who have been potentially exposed to the coronavirus should wear a mask inside their homes to protect their families. Adriana Diaz has details.
Source: CBS, CDC urges indoor mask use amid COVID-19 surge
Here’s a look at the top stories making headlines on the “CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell.”
Source: CBS, “CBS Evening News” headlines for Friday, December 4, 2020
Santa is doing thousands of virtual visits during the holiday season.
Source: CBS, Santa adjusts to new normal during COVID
Health care workers in several states are demanding that officials do more to slow the spread of the coronavirus, including shutting down indoor dining and gyms. Nikki Battiste reports.
Source: CBS, Doctors and nurses demand governors do more to slow spread of COVID-19
President Donald Trump is increasingly isolated in his claims of election fraud as a growing number of senior administration officials are either directly contradicting his baseless allegations or refusing to echo them.
Source: CNN, While Trump rants about votes, none of his election security officials support him
Undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children are again able to apply for DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a federal judge in Brooklyn ruled Friday evening.
Source: Fox News, Federal court restores DACA program, orders DHS to begin accepting new applicants
Another win for the fraud and criminal conduct.
Judge James Russell tossed the Trump Campaigns lawsuit on Friday.
The Trump campaign presented over 20 binders of evidence to a court in Nevada earlier this week calling for the state to overturn the fraudulent election.
In his decision Judge James Russell ruled the mountain of evidence presented by the Trump campaign to “have little value.”
Judge James Russell is an Obama appointee.
This is just the latest evidence that Democrats approve of and promote election fraud.
The Nevada Independent reported:
President Donald Trump’s legal effort to overturn presidential results in Nevada has fallen short after a Carson City District Court judge rejected his team’s request to award the state’s six electoral votes to the incumbent.
Judge James Russell ruled Friday against the Trump campaign’s unprecedented request to either block certification of the state’s presidential election results or award the state’s electoral votes to Trump, saying in a written order that the campaign’s claims of voter fraud to the level needed to bring the state’s presidential results into question fell far short of the evidentiary standard needed to contest the results of the presidential election.
In his 35-page order, Russell wrote that he found the evidence offered by the Trump campaign to have “little to no value,” and failed to provide under any standard of proof that the campaign’s long list of alleged fraud and vote irregularities could be backed up under any evidentiary standard.
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Source: The Gateway Pundit, Obama Judge in Nevada Denies Trump Campaign’s Lawsuit – Ignores 20 Books Full of Evidence
December 4, 2020
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President-elect Joe Biden said in a statement on Friday the November U.S. jobs report underlined the need for urgent action on coronavirus relief but that any package passed by Congress now would not suffice and that more would be needed in January.
“This is a grim jobs report. It shows an economy that is stalling,” he said, adding he was “encouraged” by bipartisan Senate efforts on a $900 billion relief package. “Congress and President Trump must get a deal done for the American people. But any package passed in the lame duck session is not enough. … Congress will need to act again in January.”
(Reporting By Tim Ahman and Susan Heavey; Writing by Arshad Mohammed; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)
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Source: OANN, Biden says jobs report ‘grim,’ relief package needed now and in January
Federal prosecutors told the judge that the FBI was trying to still access the devices that were seized when Parnas and Igor Fruman were preparing to board an overseas flight.
Source: NBC, FBI can’t open indicted Giuliani associate Lev Parnas’ phones
The mother – daughter team of ballot counters in Atlanta really overdid their fraud. We saw last night how they stuck around and counted ballots after kicking Republicans out of the State Farm Center on a fake water main break hoax.
What’s Up, Ruby?… BREAKING: Crooked Operative Filmed Pulling Out Suitcases of Ballots in Georgia IS IDENTIFIED
We also saw the mother and daughter pass an object the size of a thumb drive between each other in a suspicious manner:
UPDATE: More on the Suitcase Vote Scam, the Elections Supervisor and that Strange “Pass” Between Mother and Daughter That Was Also Caught on Video
Now we have evidence mother Ruby sent the same stack of votes through a tabulator in the State Farm Center three times. This is illegal.
The corrupt Republican politicians in Georgia are giving the election to Joe Biden. Besides them, nobody did more to steal the election for Joe Biden than this mother – daughter combo. The good people in Georgia need to stand up.
The post UNBELIEVABLE: Anti-Trump Democrat In Georgia ‘Suitcase Scandal’ Caught Running Same Batch of Ballots Through Tabulator THREE TIMES! (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Source: The Gateway Pundit, UNBELIEVABLE: Anti-Trump Democrat In Georgia ‘Suitcase Scandal’ Caught Running Same Batch of Ballots Through Tabulator THREE TIMES! (VIDEO)
A Florida judge has granted bond to a woman accused of killing her husband five years ago and burying the body under a firepit she built in the backyard, according to a report.
Source: Fox News, Florida judge grants bail to woman accused of killing husband, burying body in backyard
December 4, 2020
(Reuters) – Activision Blizzard Inc sued Netflix Inc on Friday, alleging that the video-streaming giant engaged in “unlawfully poaching” company executives, including its former finance chief, Spencer Neumann.
Netflix had appointed https://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-netflix-cfo/netflix-poaches-activisions-neumann-for-cfo-role-idUSKCN1OW1BA Neumann as Chief Financial Officer in January 2019, after Activision terminated his employment for violating legal obligations to the company.
“Netflix has a pattern and practice of unlawfully inducing employees of other competitors to breach their fixed-term contracts,” Activision said in a court filing, adding that Netflix knowingly induced Neumann to breach his employment contract with Activision.
Netflix did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for a comment.
The document, filed in a state court in California, accused Netflix of unfair competition, intentional interference with an employee contract as well as aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary duty.
Netflix’s unlawful conduct is reflective of its contempt for the law of the state of California, the videogame publisher said in the filing while seeking damages and injunctive relief.
(Reporting by Ayanti Bera in Bengaluru; Editing by Devika Syamnath)
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Source: OANN, Activision sues Netflix over poaching of former finance chief