News Round-Up and Comment

Date:  September 10, 2020  
Host:  Jim Schneider  
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The ‘Round-Up’ came one day early this week but that did not mean a shortage of stories.  Here’s a sample of what Jim presented to listeners:

–President Trump announced that Serbia and Kosovo have normalized economic ties as part of a U.S.-brokered talk that include Belgrade moving its Israeli embassy  to Jerusalem. 

–President Trump publicly added some 20 names to his list of candidates for the Supreme Court. 

–The Atlantic editor has conceded that the central claim of his Trump hit-piece could be wrong.

–Joe Biden’s former White House stenographer said that the former vice president’s public speaking ability has deteriorated significantly since leaving office to the point where he’s not the same Joe Biden.

–During a meeting with Kenosha, Wisconsin, community leaders, Joe Biden said that a black man rather than Thomas Edison invented the light bulb.

–Minnesota Republican nominee Jason Lewis said that even a state with as liberal a track record as Minnesota is shifting ground.

–Former Obama CIA Director John Brennan set up his own secret task force to investigate Donald Trump before the FBI began its Russian collusion probe according to investigative reporter Paul Sperry. 

–Mark Meadows said additional documents spell real trouble for the top FBI officials from the Obama administration probe of Trump-Russian collusion.

–Adam Schiff says he has yet another ‘whistle-blower’ complaint, alleging that officials at the White House and the Department of Homeland Security suppressed intelligence reports of Russian election interference.

–Liberal billionaire George Soros funding a multi-million dollar effort to turn out women voters for Democrats in battleground states. 

–The American Association of Physicians and Surgeons is contending that the FDA cares more about its power over drug stockpiles than the lives of Americans. 

–Sandra Whittington was a resident of Shelby County, Tennessee, and their local health department reported that she tested positive for COVID-19 after taking the test June 20th.  The problem is that she passed away during hospice care on February 16th after a battle with COPD.  Her death certificate said she died from COPD but she received a letter dated August 20th that she died from coronavirus. 

–A rash of false positive coronavirus tests has led the University of Arizona to issue an apology to student athletes who claimed to have COVID-19 but did not.

–A new study concerning the Sturgis motorcycle rally alleges that the event resulted in hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 cases.  South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has labeled the report as science fiction.

–Joe Biden admitted his own COVID-19 national mask mandate proposal is not constitutional.

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