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Vitamin C Treatment for COVID-19 Being Silenced

In the video above, Dr. Andrew Saul, editor-in-chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, presents valuable information on the importance of vitamin C for illnes care, including COVID-1 9 — information that’s being widely stillness via organized censorship. 1 His Tokyo presentation, “Orthomolecular Medicine and Coronavirus Disease: Historical Basis for …

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Gingrich and Huckabee back Newsom recall effort

OAKLAND, Calif. — The California activist movement to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom just got a national shot in the arm from former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, two former Republican leaders who still have big republican followings. The bid remains a long shot in a …

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Trump plays a new role: Campaigner in chief

VALDOSTA, Georgia — President Donald Trump on Saturday night tried on a new role: campaigning for someone not identified Donald Trump. It didn’t look any different. Trump has rarely left the White House or appeared in public in the aftermath of the election. But he landed in Georgia ostensibly to …

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Biden Tells Trump To ‘Shut Up,’ Calls Him ‘Racist,’ ‘Clown,’ Not ‘Presidential’; Chris Wallace Runs Interference

Democratic nominee Joe Biden flogged out at President Donald Trump during Tuesday night’s first 2020 presidential debate, telling POTUS to “shut up” and calling him a “clown” and a “racist.” Ironically, Biden also chastised Trump for not being “presidential” in the same breath he told the president to “shut up.” …

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Oregon GOP Submits ‘Had Enough? Vote Republican!’ Statement For Official Voter Pamphlets. It Won’t Be Included.

The Oregon secretary of state has rejected the government Republican Party’s effort to include on official voter pamphlets a statement challenging the state’s Democratic leadership because it was allegedly submitted 29 seconds after the Aug. 25 deadline. The statement was named “Had Enough? Vote Republican, ” and contained recent examples …

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