News Roundup and Comment

Date:  November 25, 2020  
Host: Jim Schneider
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Due to the holiday, this news round-up program came early, but Jim still had much to report on.  Some of his stories are highlighted below:

–According to former Secretary of State John Kerry and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, a Joe Biden presidency would help propel the World Economic Forum’s globalist ‘Great Reset’ plan to use the coronavirus pandemic to transform the world’s economy.

–Chinese President Xi Jinping wants other nations to adopt a coronavirus tracking system that uses QR codes to track travel during the pandemic.

–President Trump not conceding in spite of the fact that he approved the official transition process.

–A Pennsylvania judge blocked certification of the results of the 2020 election in that state until her court holds a hearing Friday in a case brought on by Republican lawmakers and candidates.

–A judge in Nevada has scheduled an evidentiary hearing on a case brought by Republicans alleging vote fraud in the 2020 election.  

–A poll challenger at the vote tabulating center in Detroit, Michigan, described dozens of incidents of fraud of various kinds during the count including early morning ‘dump’ of ballots for Joe Biden.

–A national organization has filed an emergency petition with the Wisconsin Supreme Court asserting it has identified 150,000 potentially fraudulent ballots in the state’s presidential election that Joe Biden unofficially won by 20,000  votes.

–A recount vote in Wisconsin has unearthed hundreds of uncounted and unopened absentee ballots.   

–Thousands of people registered and voted in Georgia using addresses of postal facilities or businesses but made it look like they were residential addresses  according to a former Trump campaign official.

–The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is considering shortening the current coronavirus quarantine timeline from 14 days to between 7 and 10 days  according to an exclusive Wall Street Journal report.

–Attorneys for a Roman Catholic priest and Orthodox Jewish rabbi have filed an emergency application with the Supreme Court in hopes of curbing New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s ongoing pandemic related restrictions on houses of worship.

–Oregon recently legalized drugs but you can’t go to church or celebrate Thanksgiving.

–Oregon governor is urging citizens to report neighbors who violate state laws concerning coronavirus.

–Voters in Jefferson and Union counties in Oregon passed a referendum to secede from Oregon and affix them to neighboring Idaho.

–In Vermont, schools will be adding new questions to daily health checks about how students spent their holiday.  Depending on the answer, kids may have to take online classes for a 2 week period or quarantine for a week and then get tested for COVID-19.  If negative, they can come back. 

–Joe Biden has reportedly picked Jake Sullivan to be his national security advisor.

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