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Jordan Candler / Sep. 24, 2020

Thursday Executive Summary

1619 Project fraud, ecofascism in California, Hunter Biden probe, and more.

Above the Fold

  • The 1619 Project is a fraud: controversial language surreptitiously axed (Washington Examiner)

  • California’s ecofascist governor issues executive order banning gas and diesel cars by 2035 (Fox News)

Breonna Taylor


  • Rand Paul says Senate panel will refer report on Hunter Biden’s foreign dealings to DOJ for criminal investigation (National Review)

  • President Trump to sign “Born Alive” executive order to protect abortion survivors (The Daily Signal)

  • Trump to unveil healthcare plan covering preexisting conditions (Washington Examiner)

  • Fake Catholic Nancy Pelosi: Christ would not want Trump honored at National Catholic Prayer breakfast (White House Dossier)

  • Judge orders Eric Trump to comply with New York AG’s witch-hunt subpoena before Election Day (The Hill)

The Latest on COVID-19

  • Early data suggests newly reopened schools are avoiding surges in cases (Washington Examiner)

  • CDC director says over 90% of Americans have not yet been exposed (Axios)

  • Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine advances, sparking optimism (The New York Times)

National Security

Other Notables

  • What could possibly go wrong? Trays of mail, including absentee ballots, found in a ditch in Wisconsin (Washington Examiner)

  • Lady hanging out car window cussing out and flipping off Trump supporters promptly crashes car in front of police (Not the Bee)

  • Seattle hires convicted pimp at $150,000 salary to advise on “alternatives to policing” (Not the Bee)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: How “weaponizing” mail-in ballots could create a constitutional crisis (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Why Joe Biden’s repeated mask mandate flip-flops matter (Issues & Insights)

  • Humor: Constitution to be replaced by list of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s last wishes (The Babylon Bee)

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