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Having a change of heart

Citrus County Chronicle 31 Jul 2021
I have stated previously that I am a registered Independent, but have voted by candidate which means Democratic and or Republican ... My point is not to dwell on how a portion of that electors continues to believe in unproven and debunked theories, but rather how the party has abandoned it’s family values ... I ask why? ... Subscribe Today ... Jerry Daniels ... .
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In 2021, we still can’t trust David Brody

Media Matters 29 Jul 2021
But on his new show The Water Cooler on Real America's Voice, he's hit a new low with election conspiracy theories and vaccine misinformation, while providing a ... During the show, Pompeo freely pushed the unproven coronavirus lab leak theory without any pushback from Brody.
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Lawyers cite Trump's election 'suspicions' in fight against sanctions

Detroit news 27 Jul 2021
Six lawyers facing sanctions in Michigan over their attempt to reverse the state's 2020 presidential election say "suspicions" about the vote in "the highest levels" of government are among the reasons they should not be penalized ... They cited conspiracy theories about voting machines and unproven assertions of fraud in their arguments ... Capitol ... Email.
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On Fox Fauci Said Correcting Trump’s Lies Is What Did Him in With the Right Wing

Rollingstone 24 Jul 2021
... him, accusing him of hiding details regarding a still unproven theory that Covid-19 was either purposely developed or was accidentally leaked from a lab in China.
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Sharri Markson's COVID-19 lab leak theory highly questioned in Australia: media

China Daily 23 Jul 2021
Splashing across six pages of the Daily Telegraph, her follow-up story on the "bombshell dossier" purportedly gave weight to the lab leak >theory ... "And you had a president who was fostering unproven theories for all sorts of things ... .
photo: US DoD / Lisa Ferdinando
File - Army Cpt. Isaiah Horton, a doctor at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, receives a COVID-19 vaccination, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Md., Dec. 14, 2020.
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Wuhan virus: Was US money used to fund risky research in China?

BBC News 23 Jul 2021
It's linked to the unproven theory that the virus could have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, the Chinese city where it was first detected ... .
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'Not out of the woods': US CDC issues blunt new warning on Covid-19

Straits Times 23 Jul 2021
Her grim message came at a time of growing anxiety and confusion, especially among parents of young children who are still not eligible to take the shot ... Jamie Raskin, D-Md ... But it was dominated by efforts to promote an unproven theory that the Chinese released a virulent, human-made virus on the world and accusations that Democrats covered it up ... �.
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Lawmakers defer action on civics and history letter to higher education

Rapid City Journal 22 Jul 2021
The state Legislature’s proposed legislation would ban training in and promotion of what the JCA calls “critical social justice” and “cultural Marxism” and claims that the ideologies listed are radical, biased, and factually unproven ... Theory perspective,” the letter reads.
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Loki finale could be hiding a Fantastic Four reference in its intro

Games Radar 20 Jul 2021
But, as we know, all good things come in… Fours?. That's right ... See more ... If you recall, a reference to an astronaut training program in WandaVision from Acting Director Hayward sparked off theories that SWORD would have links to Fantastic Four. That has, for now, been unproven – but Fantastic Four is very much officially happening ... .
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Pollsters: 'Impossible' to say why 2020 polls were wrong

Politico 19 Jul 2021
Elections Pollsters ... ... By STEVEN SHEPARD ... Voters weren’t lying to pollsters about whom they’d support because of some kind of “shy Trump” theory (otherwise the errors wouldn’t be larger in downballot races) ... The most plausible — yet still unproven — theory is that the voters the polls are reaching are fundamentally different from those they are not ... .
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WHO chief said it was 'premature' to dismiss the coronavirus lab-leak theory because 'lab accidents happen'

Yahoo Daily News 17 Jul 2021
In February, it largely dismissed the possibility that the coronavirus had leaked from a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan, a theory that has regained some traction despite remaining unproven ... The group said the theory remained "viable" and noted that only four pages of WHO's 313-page report had discussed it.
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GUEST VIEW: Meetings on wind are over the top

Greenville Daily News 17 Jul 2021
Dear Editor, ... It’s also sad to see these people demeaning their elected officials, yelling over speakers, being boorish and resorting to “thuggery” to try and intimidate others ... They present scientific reasoning and conclusions from informed sources as opposed to unproven (or even disproven) theories from internet sites. Wake up, people ... Mike Hart ... .
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Austria says it is working with US to investigate ‘Havana syndrome’ cases among American diplomats

Russia Today 17 Jul 2021
Some cases were reported among the US officials in China and even in Washington, DC, not far from the White House ... Various unproven theories about its origin include possibilities of directed microwave radiation attacks by US adversaries, infectious diseases, exposure to fumigation pesticides and even noises made by a species of cricket ... .
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The WHO chief said it was 'premature' to dismiss the COVID-19 lab leak theory because ...

Business Insider 16 Jul 2021
In February it largely dismissed the possibility that COVID-19 may have leaked from a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan, a theory which has since regained some traction despite remaining unproven ... But the idea has regained some currency in recent months, though China's government has continued to dismiss the theory.
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Readers React: Conspiracy theories vs. unproven lies

The Morning Call 16 Jul 2021
Reader. The “conspiracy theories” concerning the presidential election are nothing but ridiculous, unproven lies. .
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