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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer In Talks With Biden Campaign to Become VP Running Mate

Biden/Whitmer?

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Every American already knows that President Trump is going to wipe the floor with Joe Biden during the presidential debates – should the former VP actually receive the nomination (and choose to participate).

The same could be said if VP Mike Pence goes up against Michigan Democrat Gretchen Whitmer, who is clearly a leading candidate to be Joe’s running mate.

Here’s the scoop, via Daily Wire:

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Even though Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has made herself a subject of controversy in Michigan due to her decision to extend the state’s lockdown orders in the face of mounting protests, reports indicate that she still tops Joe Biden’s shortlist for potential running mates.

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Speaking on “Today” Tuesday morning, Whitmer said she has been having conversations with Joe Biden’s campaign about possibly becoming his vice presidential pick.

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From Washington Examiner:

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said she did not give Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh the presumption of innocence when he was accused of sexual assault because not all allegations are “equal.”

“We need to give people an opportunity to tell their story. But then we have a duty to vet it. And just because you’re a survivor doesn’t mean that every claim is equal,” Whitmer, a sexual assault survivor, told CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday.

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Big Apple’s De Blasio Makes NYC First In U.S. To Require Proof Of Vaccination For Dining

NYC’s worst mayor ever Bill De Blasio announced a vaccine mandate that didn’t follow science (the mayor can’t spell science).

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Mayor Bill De Blasio made a big announcement on Tuesday that could be the launch of vaccine mandates in other jurisdictions all over the country. But if one mayor was going to be first, why not the Socialist De Blasio. De Blasio vaccine mandate The Democrat mayor of America’s largest city announced that beginning on August 16, customers will need to provide proof of vaccination to go to restaurants, go to public entertainment, and work out at gyms. The vaccine requirement will also extend to employees of those venues. Enforcement will not begin until mid-September. Jeff Note: One result of that announcement was that my wife spent much of her day looking for my son’s vaccine card. He just moved into the city, and being a single man in his 20s, he is very dependent on eateries for nourishment (he had it all the time). The move is to force more people in NYC to “get the jab.” Customers and workers will have to show proof that they’ve had at least one dose of a vaccine under plans to pressure New Yorkers to get a shot. The policy will go into effect on August 16, but inspections and enforcement won’t begin until September 13, the week that the city’s public schools reopen for the fall. The announcement came just 24 hours after de Blasio broke from Governor Andrew Cuomo and said he would not bring back an indoor mask mandate in the city. De Blasio said Tuesday: ‘If you want to participate in our society fully, you’ve got to get vaccinated. It’s time.’ He added: ‘This is a miraculous place full of wonders, and if you’re vaccinated, all of that is gonna open up to you.’ Here is Mayor de Blasio making the announcement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvCE_XZ9i0U Democrat politicians and their hacks…

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CNN Faces Calls to Punish Anchor Chris Cuomo after Helping Brother Andrew Evade Sex Harassment Charges

CNN is facing a massive backlash after news broke that anchor Chris Cuomo tried to help Gov. Cuomo evade charges of sexual harassment

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CNN is facing a massive backlash after news broke that its top anchor, Chris Cuomo, tried to help his brother, the Gov. of New York, evade the coming charges of sexual harassment that were about to fall upon him. As more of information about the charges against Andrew Cuomo emerge, it was also learned that Chris “Fredo” Cuomo engaged in deep consultations with Andrew to help the gov. get out of his predicament “Do not overlook the Cuomo report appendix,” New York Times political reporter Shane Goldmacher tweeted, “which includes Charlotte Bennett’s texts about her Cuomo interactions and this email from Chris Cuomo appearing to draft a statement for his brother.” https://twitter.com/ShaneGoldmacher/status/1422593799419801603 Reporter Alex Weprin added: https://twitter.com/alexweprin/status/1422602936434167810 CNN is facing a mountain of calls for them to do something about Fredo. People want to know, how Fredo can claim to be a “journalist” when he worked behind the scenes to help a soon-to-be disgraced governor escape justice. Shouldn’t he have steered clear of this act, brother or no? And if he simply had to do so, shouldn’t he have taken a leave from his “news” job, or at the very least told his audience that he was breaking against journalistic ethics to help his brother? And what of CNN? What is their culpability? Fox News analyst Ari Fleischer amplified the point well recently: CNN has a real ethical problem on its hands. I mean the fact that the upper management at CNN, starting with Jeff Zucker, the president of CNN, has not disciplined Chris Cuomo, the anchor for his taking a hand and guiding his governor brother through all this? The fact that the CNN anchor actively helped to cover up what the governor was doing — and worked on message points for the governor to deliver — this is…

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