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Florida GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Ron DeSantis: I’m Running Against A Guy Who Wants a 40% Tax Increase

Florida Republican gubernatorial candidate former Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) told Breitbart News Washington political editor Matt Boyle on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Saturday that he is “running against a guy who wants a 40 percent tax increase in Florida.” DeSantis is in a close battle for governor with the Democratic candidate, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, in Tuesday’s election. DeSantis resigned his seat in Congress shortly after winning the Republican primary for governor in August in order to focus exclusively on the race. “Yesterday we got new job numbers, 250,000 jobs…

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Atlantic Magazine: Trump-hating Democrats Refuse to Help Fix Migrant Crisis

The Democratic Party is refusing to help fix to the migrant-caravan crisis because they increasingly hate President Donald Trump and his lower-immigration policies, says the Atlantic magazine. Canadian-born author David Frum writes: Short of an election-eve exoneration by Robert Mueller, it would be hard to imagine a nicer October surprise for Donald Trump than an attempt by thousands of unauthorized immigrants to force the borders of the United States. It dramatizes every one of his themes, but none more spectacularly than this: his claim that his opponents will not defend the…

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Hollywood Elites Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep Donate Big Bucks to Elect Democrats

A new report reveals just how deeply Hollywood celebrities from Steven Spielberg to Jack Black are getting involved financially to help elect Democrats in the upcoming midterm. The Hill reports that Steven Spielberg gave $200,000 to the Senate Majority PAC, a group that works to elect Democrats to the Senate. Spielberg also gave $100,000 to the House Majority PAC, which helps elect Democrats to Congress. The Jurassic Park filmmaker said last year that political divisions in America are as bad under President Trump as they were during the American Civil…

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Hollywood’s Midterm Meltdown: ‘No Human Beings Are Illegal;’ Being Transgender the ‘Truest Form of America’s Freedom’

Less than two weeks away from the most expensive and perhaps the most consequential midterm election in a generation, some of Hollywood’s most influential stars have taken to social media to spew some derange and self-centered hot takes about President Donald Trump and the issues facing the nation. Left-wing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, among other Hollywood figures, said the thousands of migrants marching toward the U.S.-Mexico border are being used by President Trump as a “racist fear tactic to win the Midterms.” This “caravan” has been going on for 20…

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Crucial Virginia House Races Tighten

Three of four crucial House races in Virginia are tightening, according to the latest polling. In Virginia’s Second District, Republican Rep. Scott Taylor leads Democrat Elaine Luria by only three points, according to a New York Times/Sienna poll released Tuesday. The GOP incumbent earns 45 percent support, compared to his challenger, who sits at 42 percent. Earlier this month, Taylor enjoyed a seven-point lead. In Virginia’s Fifth District, Republican Denver Riggleman and his Democrat opponent, Leslie Cockburn, are statistically tied in a race to fill the seat of a retiring…

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Midterm Meddling: Facebook Banning ‘Misinformation’ Ahead of Elections

Facebook will ban election “misinformation” ahead of the midterms this year, including satirical posts which claim people can vote via text message. According to Reuters, the ban will include “false information about voting requirements and fact-check fake reports of violence or long lines at polling stations ahead of next month’s U.S. midterm elections.” Satirical posts about voting are common around elections, with most of them jokingly claiming that people can vote via text, stating the wrong voting date, or advising men to abstain from voting for social justice reasons. In…

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