Jordan Candler / Nov. 25, 2020

Wednesday Executive Summary

GOP relentlessly confirming judges, Trump plans to pardon Flynn, Biden's amnesty, and more.

Top of the Fold

  • “We’re going to run through the tape”: Senate GOP is relentlessly confirming judges (Daily Wire)

In summary: “Since the November 3 election, the Senate has confirmed six district court nominees, and [Senate Majority Leader Mitch] McConnell wants to confirm judges who will take the positions vacated by the ascension of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit as well as the position vacated by the death of Judge Juan R. Torruella, who served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, was appointed by President Ronald Reagan and was that court’s first Hispanic member.”

  • Trump tells confidants he plans to pardon Michael Flynn (Axios)

Flynn deserves it. As we wrote back in July: “The FBI determined Flynn was not a Russian agent, that his allegedly misleading responses were not borne from any criminal intent, and that the agents themselves believed he was being truthful. In short, a rogue operation framed an innocent man.”

Election Debrief

  • Trump vows he’ll “never concede” despite administration starting transition move (Washington Times)

  • Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina, and Minnesota certify their election results (NYT)

  • Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona legislatures will hold hearings on election fraud (LifeNews.com)

  • GOP poised to flip four House seats in deep-blue California, more than any other state (Fox News)

  • Biden will immediately move to give citizenship to millions of illegals (Daily Wire)

No wonder there’s a pending border surge.

  • A record 762,000 absentee ballots have been requested in Georgia runoff elections (The Hill)

This humble editor was minding his own business yesterday when out of the blue he heard multiple advertisements on Spotify (to be clear, he was not listening to the Spotify-exclusive “Michelle Obama Podcast”) to Get your absentee ballot in Georgia! We aren’t even located in Georgia, nor does this editor reside there.

  • For the record: Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are too extreme for Georgia (GOP)

Leftmedia

  • Double standards: White House correspondent caught on camera removing mask in public (Post Millennial)

  • YouTube suspends and demonetizes One America News Network (Axios)

While even we may have our qualms about OANN, that’s no excuse for Big Tech to censor speech with which it disagrees.

Education

  • A wave of “anti-racist” teaching sweeps K-12 schools targeting “whiteness” (RealClearInvestigations)

  • Illinois proposal would require teachers to be activists if they want to keep their licenses (Not the Bee)

  • Study finds online schooling is severely damaging students’ academic achievement (The Blaze)

Business & Economy

  • The Dow surpasses 30,000 for the first time ever (Bongino.com)

  • Home prices see biggest spike in six years in September (CNBC)

  • Restaurant employees out of work again as virus surges anew (AP)

  • Airlines absurdly discussing requiring proof of COVID vaccination for passengers (The Hill)

Around the Nation

  • Seattle city council slashes police budget (Free Beacon)

  • California inmates part of a $1 billion unemployment fraud schemes (Politico)

But remember: Voter fraud isn’t a thing.

Annals of the “Social Justice” Caliphate

  • “Transhood” documentary despicably shows parents brainwashing four-year-olds (The Federalist)

  • Young kid get “baptized” into transgenderism at a woke “church” (Not the Bee)

“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.” —Matthew 18:6

Non Compos Mentis

  • Penguin Random House staffers broke down in tears over release of Jordan Peterson book (Fox News)

  • Cringe along with AOC to this song about the Green New Deal (Not the Bee)

  • Outdoor dining during COVID is starting to look suspiciously like indoor dining (Not the Bee)

  • Pete Davidson to lead all-star version of “It’s a Wonderful Life” (NY Post)

Our Andrew Culper observes: “Davidson is trying to fill the shoes of Jimmy Stewart, a literal war hero. What a joke!”

On a Lighter Note…

  • Here’s what a few notable communists would look like with bangs (Not the Bee)

  • Dude goes to a restaurant that’s about to shut down, buys one beer, leaves a $3,000 tip (Not the Bee)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: Socialism failed miserably for the Pilgrims, just like it does everywhere (The Federalist)

  • Policy: Americans should be free to decide how to celebrate Thanksgiving (Daily Signal)

  • Humor: The official how-to guide for safely celebrating Thanksgiving in 2020 (Genesius Times)

For more of today’s editors’ choice headlines, visit Headline Report.

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