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Stacey Abrams Files Lawsuit to Force Georgia Counties to Accept Rejected Ballots

Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams filed a lawsuit in federal court Sunday in the hopes she could legally force a runoff election in her race against rival Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp. Abrams, who has not conceded to Kemp despite him gaining 50.3 percent of the vote with 100 percent of precincts reporting as of Monday afternoon, filed a lawsuit Sunday to block two counties from rejecting provisional and absentee ballots with slight errors, the Washington Post reported. The lawsuit also calls for county officials to accept provisional ballots…

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ICE: Illegal Alien Killed Three After Authorities Released Him from Custody

An illegal alien accused of killing three people in Missouri was previously detained on domestic violence charges in New Jersey before officials released him, immigration authorities said. Luis Rodrigo Perez, 23, a Mexican national, faces multiple murder charges for fatally shooting two men and wounding two other people on November 1, and then fatally shooting a woman the following day, NJ.com reported Friday. Perez had been arrested on domestic violence charges and was taken to Middlesex County Jail in New Jersey in December 2017, but jail officials released him in…

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Food Stamp Participation Reaches Lowest Level in Nearly a Decade

Participation in the nation’s food stamp program has sunk to an all-time low, reaching its lowest level in nearly a decade, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The most recent USDA data reveals that 38,845,997 Americans took part in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the federal government program responsible for administering food stamps, in August 2018. The last time American participation in the food stamp program dipped this low was nine years ago, when 38,184,306 Americans received food stamps, according to the data. The most up-to-date…

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Medical Miracle: Man’s Brain Tumor Vanishes Without Surgery

Several doctors are dumbfounded after finding a patient’s suspected malignant brain tumor disappeared without surgical treatment, giving the patient a renewed sense of hope. CBS Sacramento reported Friday that the neurosurgeons and specialists in charge of treating Paul Wood, a patient from Lodi, California, are scratching their heads after brain scans revealed his tumor disappeared the day before he was scheduled for surgery. Wood, a father and volunteer in his community, noticed something was amiss several months ago when he could barely stand up straight. “I had massive headaches, I…

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Protesters Allegedly Vandalize New York Pizzeria’s American Flag Mural

The owner of an upstate New York pizzeria said Friday that protesters vandalized the American flag mural painted on the side of her business. Maria Lisante, the owner of La Bella Pizza Bistro in New Paltz, New York, told Fox News’ the Ingraham Angle Friday the protesters defaced the mural because “they were opposed” to what they thought was a “political position.” “They didn’t want a flag. They thought that it meant a political position and they were opposed,” Lisante said. A few vandals allegedly defaced the mural with splotches of…

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U.S. Army to Acquire Advanced Camouflage Defense System

The U.S. Army is about to acquire an advanced camouflage defense system, designed to protect troops from a variety of threats in multiple combat environments. The Army recently selected a company that will design an Ultra-Light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS), a system designed to protect troops and equipment from visible threats and threats that the eye cannot see by using a camouflage screen to block radars across the electromagnetic spectrum. The company selected for the $480 million contract, Fibrotex USA, will spend the next ten years developing and producing the…

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Report: Florida Elections Official Mixed Bad Ballots with Good Ones

The Florida elections official tasked with counting votes in Broward County accidentally mixed up more than a dozen invalid ballots with nearly 200 valid ballots. Broward County’s three-person canvassing board discovered Friday night that Broward County Board of Elections supervisor Brenda Snipes mixed 20 votes containing mismatched signatures in a pile of 205 provisional ballots, the Miami Herald reported. The canvassing board inspected the 205 provisional ballots Friday night after Snipes agreed to present them to the board for inspection. Broward County election staffers had set those 205 ballots aside out…

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Republican Protesters Start ‘Lock Her Up’ Chant for Florida Election Chief Botching Ballot Count

Republican protestors have begun chanting “lock her up” outside a Florida elections office as news breaks about how badly Broward County Board of Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes is botching the 2018 election returns. Election chief Snipes is once again caught up in the middle of controversy as votes in her Democrat stronghold continue to appear seemingly out of thin air as far as protesters are concerned. A large group of Republican voters have formed to protest the sudden votes appearing days after the legal submission date, according to the Hill. Republican…

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Report: Thousand Oaks Killer Ian Long Mocked ‘Hopes and Prayers’ Before Massacre

Thousands Oaks gunman Ian David Long reportedly used a social media post to mock “hopes and prayers” before gunning down 12 people in the Borderline Bar & Grill on Wednesday night. CNN reports authorities found a Facebook post they believe Long made just prior to the attack. The post says: “I hope people call me insane… (laughing emojis).. wouldn’t that just be a big ball of irony? Yeah.. I’m insane, but the only thing you people do after these shootings is ‘hopes and prayers’.. or ‘keep you in my thoughts’……

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Florida Governor Race Headed for Recount

The Florida governor’s race is headed for a machine recount, falling below the 0.5 percent margin required by state law before a recount is considered. The latest returns show Republican candidate Ron DeSantis ahead of Democrat candidate and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum by less than 39,000 votes, or 0.47 percent, triggering an automatic recount under Florida state law. 🚨 Florida Governor’s race for the FIRST TIME is heading to a recount DeSantis 49.62%Gillum: 49.15% Margin: 0.47% That’s below the 0.5% trigger for a recount — Marc Caputo (@MarcACaputo) November 8,…

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