Below is a brief selection of stories that made the cut for this week’s edition of the ‘Round-Up.’
–A newly released e-mail allegedly shows that then Vice President Joe Biden met with a top executive at Burisma less than a year before he pressured the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor that was investigating the company.
–Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his agency is working to release a cache of Hillary Clinton e-mails, a political bomb-shell that he expects will hit the American people before the upcoming election.
–The Washington Times reported Sunday that it had obtained a 3-page, highly classified memo from September, 2016, which the CIA informed then FBI Director James Comey that the Hillary Clinton campaign was planning to blame collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government for the release of embarrassing e-mails.
–A federal tax judge has refused to shut down an investigation into the operations of the Clinton Foundation.
–Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar are calling for a high Muslim voter turnout to out-vote Trump’s hate and bigotry.
–CSPAN announced it has suspended Political Editor Steve Scully indefinitely after he admitted he lied that his Twitter account was hacked after a message to former Trump aid turned adversary, Anthony Scaramucci, emerged.
–Are the debates rigged and if so, who’s responsible? Antonia Hernandez sits on the board of directors of the Commission on Presidential Debates. She’s affiliated with the Berggruen Institute which has ties to the Chinese Communist Party and to the Transition Integrity Project, a group that calls for street fights to secure a Biden win in the 2020 election.
–2 of the questioners at the ABC Joe Biden television town hall had ties to high profile Democrats including one questioner who previously worked as a speech writer in the Obama administration.
–37 years ago, Joe Biden called past proposals to add justices to the Supreme Court a ‘bone-head idea.’
–A terror investigation has been launched after a teacher was killed in a gruesome attack near Paris on Friday.
–The Washington Post is alleged to have run several pieces this month that attacked Amy Coney Barrett’s 7 school age children, including one story that suggested they may have spread COVID-19 at their school. This is in spite of the fact that her children have all tested negative for the virus.
–A World Health Organization official is urging world leaders to stop using lock-downs as a primary virus control method.
–A CDC study indicates that Americans are adhering to mask mandates but they don’t appear to have slowed or stopped the spread of coronavirus.
–Clinical trials for one of the leading potential coronavirus vaccines, which uses cell lines from an aborted baby, have been temporarily paused due to a serious medical complication in one of its participants.