This ’round-up’ was dominated by news items related to the 2020 election. Stories included:
–Ticketmaster allegedly considered requiring ticket purchasers/concert goers to verify they’ve been vaccinated for the coronavirus or show proof that they’ve tested negative for the virus 24-72 hours before the event.
–Fox News falls to #3 in ratings.
–During the September 29th debate, Joe Biden was asked by moderator Chris Wallace if he would wait until the election results were independently certified before declaring victory. He answered, ‘Yes.’
–Joe Biden on track to set a record for the most expensive presidential campaign in history.
–Voting halted in Atlanta, Georgia, on election night at a time when President Trump appeared to be running away with the election in that state. Was a water main break at the time a factor or not?
–Election officials in Georgia have begun hand tallying of the presidential race.
–A major new allegation of voter fraud raised in Michigan where a lawsuit filed by the Great Lakes Justice Center on behalf of two poll challengers says multiple levels of improper conduct took place on orders from election officials.
–Puerto Rico election commission said it discovered more than 100 briefcases containing uncounted ballots a week after the U.S. territory held its general election.
–Senator Richard Hildebrand of Kansas says he will waste no time introducing an election fraud protection bill to the Kansas Senate over the 2021 session when it begins in January.
–Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to Georgia: ‘Now we take Georgia, then we change America.’
–President Trump ‘tweeted’ out information from One America News Network claiming that Dominion, the voting system that experienced several ‘glitches’ favorable to Joe Biden, deleted 2.7 million votes for him.
–Black Lives Matter leader tells Biden and Harris that they want something for their vote.
–The number of new pro-life Republican women elected to the House of Representatives now stands at 16.
–The seven big items on Joe Biden’s White House agenda.
–Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force said that the U.S. could manage the pandemic by enforcing an extended economic lock-down with the government compensating workers for lost wages.