🔺 Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon: "The difference between the hard ballots and the registered votes in Arizona persists as they continue their, yet another, physical machine count, which we understand should come out next week. We also understand that people in Philadelphia are sitting and getting ready. They're getting ready to strike, about to come down with a rain of subpoenas."
🔺 Republican Representative Timothy Rumtum is demanding a forensic examination in Wisconsin.
🔺 Trump's Arizona audit spokeswoman Liz Harrington: "The crime that was committed on Nov. 3 was fraud. The election should never have been certified."
🔺 Two men are accused of conspiring to attack the Democratic Party headquarters in Sacramento with incendiary devices.
🔺 The Los Angeles County Sheriff states that he will not use his department's resources to enforce the new indoor mask-wearing mandate.
🔺 A federal judge in Texas declares the DACA program illegal and orders DHS to stop any new applications from people wanting to participate in the program (an immigration policy that allows illegals to get a stay of deportation).
🔺 Thursday night's Yankees Red Sox game was postponed because three fully immunized New York pitchers tested positive for Covid-19.
🔺 Nearly 190,000 illegals crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in June.
🔺 A Virginia NAACP official says, "Let them die" in a conversation about parents who advocate banning critical racial theory.
🔺 At least 133 people have been killed in floods in Germany's federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia, local law enforcement authorities report. According to their data, at least 43 people were killed in North Rhine-Westphalia and 90 in Rhineland-Palatinate.
🔺 The World Health Organization intends to audit laboratories and research facilities in China as part of its verification of the Covid-19 story.
🔺 Anthony Bourdain's widow opposes a new documentary in which his voice has been recreated using artificial intelligence for parts of the film.
🔺 Facebook responds to White House accusations that the company does not sufficiently censor "misinformation," "We will not be distracted by accusations that are not supported by facts."