DOJ alleges local Pennsylvania officials opened 9 discarded military mail-in ballots

DOJ alleges local Pennsylvania officials opened 9 discarded military mail-in ballots | 24 Sept 2020 | David J. Freed, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, announced on Thursday afternoon that his office had opened an inquiry into the disposal of nine military mail-in ballots in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. A press release announced that Freed's office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Scranton Resident Office began an "inquiry" on Monday "into reports of potential issues with a small number of mail-in ballots at the Luzerne County Board of Elections." The U.S. Attorney's office became involved "at the request of Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis." Freed's office initially claimed that all nine discarded ballots were cast for presidential candidate Donald Trump, but then released a revised statement at 3:47 p.m. stating, "Of the nine ballots that were discarded and then recovered, seven were cast for presidential candidate Donald Trump. Two of the discarded ballots had been resealed inside their appropriate envelopes by Luzerne elections staff prior to recovery by the FBI and the contents of those 2 ballots are unknown." The revised statement also noted, "Some of the ballots can be attributed to specific voters and some cannot." The Pennsylvania State Police is also assisting in the investigation.

London protest: Ten arrests and officers injured as police shut down anti-lockdown rally after crowds break social distancing rules

London protest: Ten arrests and officers injured as police shut down anti-lockdown rally after crowds break social distancing rules --Violence clashes with police result in protesters being forced to vacate the area | 26 Sept 2020 | Police have arrested 10 people after shutting down an anti-lockdown protest taking place in London's Trafalgar Square. Four officers were injured in clashes as the Metropolitan Police asked demonstrators to leave the area after they failed to abide by coronavirus regulations during the rally. Thousands of people massed in Trafalgar Square on Saturday carrying signs, flags and placards at the "we do not consent" protest - with none appearing to wear face coverings or maintain social distancing. Bottles were thrown and police used batons against protesters, leaving some with visible injuries, when officer tried to shut down the demonstration. [But people breaking 'social distance rules' engaged in rioting and burning down buildings get the nod in the UK, as in the US]

Trump selects Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court

Breaking: Trump selects Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court | 26 Sept 2020 | President Donald Trump on Saturday said he is nominating Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative federal appeals court judge, to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court. Calling it a "very proud moment indeed," Trump called Barrett a woman of "towering intellect" and "unyielding loyalty to the Constitution." Barrett, Trump said, is "one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds."

Confirmation hearing for Trump's Supreme Court pick to start Oct. 12

Confirmation hearing for Trump's Supreme Court pick to start Oct. 12 | 26 Sept 2020 | The Senate Judiciary Committee will start a four-day hearing for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee on Oct. 12, two people familiar with the schedule confirmed to The Hill. The schedule will pave the way for Republicans to hold a vote on the nomination before the Nov. 3 election, setting a record for the closest date to a presidential election that a Supreme Court pick has been confirmed. Though other nominees have been confirmed in fewer days, they were further away from the presidential election.

Maryland man sentenced to a year in prison for hosting large parties during pandemic

Maryland man sentenced to a year in prison for hosting large parties during pandemic | 26 Sept 2020 | A Maryland man is set to serve a year in prison after hosting two large parties at his home amid the state's coronavirus restrictions on gatherings. A statement from the Charles County State's Attorney's Office on Friday said that Shawn Marshall Myers, 42, was convicted of two counts of failure to comply with an emergency order after a bench trial before District Court Judge W. Louis Hennessy. The statement added that Myers will serve a year at the Charles County Detention Center, followed by a three-year unsupervised probation period.

Justice Dept. calls on SF to end 'draconian' coronavirus rules for houses of worship

Justice Dept. calls on SF to end 'draconian' coronavirus rules for houses of worship --San Francisco's city attorney called the letter 'careless legal threats' | 26 Sept 2020 | The Justice Department on Friday called on San Francisco Mayor London Breed to increase the allowable capacity in houses of worship, accusing the city of impeding on "religious freedom" amid the coronavirus. In a three-page letter, Assistant Attorney General Eric S. Dreiband and U.S.attorney David Anderson of the Northern District of California called San Francisco's policy of allowing just one congregant inside at a time "draconian." The letter acknowledged the city has the obligation to protect its residents from the deadly virus, but added, "there is no pandemic exception for the Constitution." "Even in times of emergency, when reasonable, narrowly-tailored, and temporary restrictions may lawfully limit our liberty, the First Amendment and federal statutory law continue to prohibit discrimination against religious institutions and religious believers," Dreiband and Anderson wrote. "These principles are legally binding, and the Constitution's unyielding protections for religious worshipers distinguish the United States of America from places dominated by tyranny and despotism."

Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court - sources

Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court - sources --The president is expected to make the announcement during a White House event on Saturday | 25 Sept 2020 | President Trump plans to announce that Amy Coney Barrett will be his nominee to the Supreme Court to fill the seat vacated by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, multiple sources told Fox News on Friday. The president is expected to make the announcement during a White House event on Saturday. Barrett currently serves as a judge on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Trump, who has a campaign rally scheduled later Friday night in Virginia, declined to say who he will announce when pressed by reporters at Joint Base Andrews. "You’ll find out tomorrow,” he said.

Ron Paul hospitalized for 'precautionary' reasons in Texas, Fox News has learned

Ron Paul hospitalized for 'precautionary' reasons in Texas --He later tweeted: 'I am doing fine' | 25 Sept 2020 | Ron Paul, the former Republican representative who ran for president three times, was hospitalized on Friday in Texas for "precautionary" reasons, Fox News has learned. Paul, 85, was speaking about the free market during a livestream on his YouTube channel when his speech began to slur earlier in the day. He is "lucid" and "optimistic," Fox News learned. "I am doing fine," Paul said in a later statement posted to his Twitter, along with an image of him in a hospital bed. "Thank you for your concern."

'This Is a Nightmare': FBI Employees Had Concerns About Flynn Probe, Records Show

'This Is a Nightmare': FBI Employees Had Concerns About Flynn Probe, Records Show --Documents released in Michael Flynn's ongoing court case on Thursday show that FBI employees expressed reservations about the bureau's probe of the retired general. --One investigator called the probe a "nightmare," according to internal FBI messages. --Another message shows an investigator saying they were "glad" the FBI planned to close the probe on Nov. 8, 2016. --In October 2016, an FBI analyst said that the bureau would face "tough questions" once documents from the investigation became public through the Freedom of Information Act. | 24 Sept 2020 | FBI employees who worked on Crossfire Hurricane called the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn a "nightmare" and expressed relief when the bureau considered closing the probe in November 2016, according to messages released on Thursday. Flynn's lawyers released the documents in a court filing in his federal criminal case on charges that he lied to the FBI. The messages show that some FBI employees questioned investigative steps that the bureau took in the investigation. The FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation against him and three other Trump campaign advisers in August 2016 over their possible ties to Russia.

Florida Gov. DeSantis Reopens State's Economy, Bans Mask Mandate Penalties

Florida Gov. DeSantis Reopens State's Economy, Bans Mask Mandate Penalties --'We're not closing anything going forward...' | 25 Sept 2020 | Gov. Ron DeSantis lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in Florida on Friday, and banned local fines against people who refuse to wear masks as he seeks to reopen the state’s economy despite the coronavirus. The Republican governor's order unleashed fresh debate in the politically divided state, where pandemic responses have become intertwined with the upcoming presidential election... "We're not closing anything going forward," DeSantis said, while insisting that the state is prepared if infections increase again. The governor said he would stop cities and counties from collecting fines on people who don't wear face masks, virtually nullifying local mask ordinances. "As an act of executive grace, all fines and penalties that have been applied against individuals are suspended," the governor said.

Two Arrested for Planning Terror Attacks at Trump Tower - Feds

Two Arrested for Planning Terror Attacks at Trump Tower - Feds | 25 Sept 2020 | Two men allegedly plotted terror attacks on high-profile US targets, including at Trump Tower and the New York Stock Exchange, where they claimed the destruction would be "Netflix worthy" and earn them "rock star status," federal authorities said. Kristopher Sean Matthews, of Elgin, South Carolina, is accused of conspiring with other ISIS supporters over a period of months, including a Texas man named Jaylyn Christopher Molina, according to a federal affidavit obtained by The State. The pair, who were arrested Monday, discussed several possible sites for US terror attacks and Matthews suggested the best locations would be government centers rather than places "like malls where innocent children are," court documents show.

Newly disclosed FBI notes and texts detail extent of agency's desire to take down Trump 'at any cost'

'Trump Was Right': Explosive New FBI Texts Detail Internal Furor Over Handling of 'Crossfire Hurricane' Investigation --Newly disclosed internal FBI notes and text messages detail the extent of the FBI's desire to take down Trump and his associates at any cost. | 24 Sept 2020 | Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents tasked by fired former Director James Comey to take down Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election were so concerned about the agency's potentially illegal behavior that they purchased liability insurance to protect themselves less than two weeks before Trump was inaugurated president, previously hidden FBI text messages show. The explosive new communications and internal FBI notes were disclosed in federal court filings today from Sidney Powell, the attorney who heads Michael Flynn's legal defense team. "[W]e all went and purchased professional liability insurance," one agent texted on Jan. 10, 2017, the same day CNN leaked details that then-President-elect Trump had been briefed by Comey about the bogus Christopher Steele dossier. That briefing of Trump was used as a pretext to legitimize the debunked dossier, which was funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign and compiled by a foreign intelligence officer who was working for a sanctioned Russian oligarch.

Senate report links Hunter Biden to 'prostitution or human trafficking ring'

Senate report links Hunter Biden to 'prostitution or human trafficking ring' | 23 Sept 2020 | Hunter Biden allegedly sent "thousands of dollars" to people who appear to be involved in the sex industry, according to Wednesday’s report released by Senate Republicans. The report claims unspecified records show that Biden "has sent funds to non-resident alien women in the United States who are citizens of Russia and Ukraine and who have subsequently wired funds they have received from Hunter Biden to individuals located in Russia and Ukraine." "The records also note that some of these transactions are linked to what 'appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.'" The allegations are contained in a footnote to a section of the report that details potential "criminal concerns and extortion threats" involving Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family. The report also cites "extensive public reporting concerning Hunter Biden's alleged involvement with prostitution services."

Hunter Biden received $3.5M wire transfer from wife of Moscow mayor - Senate report

The *actual* Russia collusion that no one's heard about: Hunter Biden received $3.5M wire transfer from wife of Moscow mayor - Senate report | 24 Sept 2020 | Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the richest woman in Russia and the widow of Yury Luzhkov, the former mayor of Moscow, Senate Republicans revealed in their report on the younger Biden’s work in Ukraine. Baturina is referenced in the 87-page report, which was released Wednesday, addressing her payment to Biden’s investment firm in early 2014. "Baturina became Russia’s only female billionaire when her plastics company, Inteko, received a series of Moscow municipal contracts while her husband was mayor," it said in providing background on the businesswoman. The report described her involvement with Biden as "a financial relationship," but declined to delve deeper into why the wire transfer was made.

Larynzo Johnson charged in alleged shooting of two Louisville police officers

Larynzo Johnson charged in alleged shooting of two Louisville police officers | 24 Sept 2020 | The suspect who was arrested in the shooting of two Louisville police officers has been identified as 26-year-old Larynzo Johnson, according to a report. Johnson was charged with wanton endangerment and assault of a police officer, WLKY reported. He is expected to face an arraignment hearing Friday morning, according to CBS News, which noted that it will likely be remote because courts are closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. The cops were shot at about 8:30 p.m. when they were notified of a large crowd gathering near South Brook and East College streets, according to the news outlet.

Rank-and-file union members snub Biden for Trump

Rank-and-file union members snub Biden for Trump --In some unions, especially the building trades, support for the president remains solid despite the efforts of labor leaders to convince members otherwise. --Union leaders said Biden's past support for the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Trans-Pacific Partnership hurt him. | 22 Sept 2020 | Joe Biden has pitched himself to voters as a "union man," a son of Scranton, Pa., who respects the dignity of work and will defend organized labor if he wins the White House. To rank-and-file members in some unions, especially the building trades, it doesn't matter. They're still firmly in Donald Trump's camp. Labor leaders have worked for months to sell their members on Biden, hoping to avoid a repeat of 2016 when Donald Trump outperformed among union members and won the White House. But despite a bevy of national union endorsements for Biden and years of what leaders call attacks on organized labor from the Trump administration, local officials in critical battleground states said support for Trump remains solid.

Two Louisville police officers shot amid Breonna Taylor grand jury protests

Two Louisville police officers shot amid Breonna Taylor grand jury protests | 23 Sept 2020 | Two Louisville police officers were shot amid local protests on Wednesday night, hours after it was announced only one officer involved in the police killing of Breonna Taylor was indicted by a Kentucky grand jury. Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) Chief Robert Schroeder confirmed the shooting in remarks to reporters on late Wednesday. Schroeder said the officers were shot at roughly 8:30 p.m. as they were responding to a call downtown. Both officers, the police chief said, are currently receiving treatment at a hospital nearby and that a suspect was in custody. "One is alert and stable. The other officer is currently undergoing surgery and stable. We do have one suspect in custody," he added.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at Supreme Court

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at Supreme Court | 23 Sept 2020 | The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laid in repose at the nation's highest court on Wednesday, commencing a three-day series of events in Washington to give people the chance to pay their respects to the liberal icon. Ginsburg, who died on Friday at the age of 87, was the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, where she held her seat for 27 years. Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday. She'll then become the first woman to lie in state in the Capitol on Friday and only the second Supreme Court justice to receive the rare honor.

After 48,299 COVID-19 cases at 37 U.S. universities - only two hospitalizations and zero deaths - more likely to be killed by a dog

After 48,299 COVID-19 cases at 37 U.S. universities - only two hospitalizations and zero deaths - more likely to be killed by a dog | 22 Sept 2020 | There have now been 48,299 coronavirus cases reported at 37 universities in the United States. Of those cases there have been ONLY two hospitalizations. And there have been ZERO DEATHS! They couldn't even sneak in a cancer victim into their counts because no one died.

77-year-old veteran attacked for wearing MAGA hat - police

77-year-old veteran attacked for wearing MAGA hat - police | 22 Sept 2020 | (Red Bluff, CA) A 77-year-old military veteran described how he was attacked in Red Bluff, apparently because he was wearing a 'Make America Great Again' (MAGA) hat supporting President Donald Trump. The attack happened Friday, September 18 in broad daylight at the Red Bluff post office. The victim did not want to be identified. He told KRCR-TV the attack caught him completely by surprise. He was wearing a MAGA hat and a 'Back the Blue' mask with a blue line in support of police. He was approached by a man and woman... Red Bluff Police later arrested the suspect 26-year-old Daniel Gomez-Martinez for battery and elder abuse.

Judge Denies Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's Motion to Stay After Deeming State's Coronavirus Restrictions Unconstitutional

Judge Denies Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's Motion to Stay After Deeming State's Coronavirus Restrictions Unconstitutional --Governor said the administration would appeal the ruling - KDKA | 22 Sept 2020 | A federal judge denied Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's motion to stay a week after determining that the state's coronavirus restrictions were unconstitutional, numerous sources reported. Pennsylvania's Attorney General Josh Shapiro asked U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV to delay enforcement of his ruling that the governor and Secretary of Health Rachel Levine's restrictions were arbitrary and violated constitutional rights, according to KDKA. Stickman denied the motion to stay Tuesday, writing that "there is no just reason for delay." Stickman ruled in favor of multiple plaintiffs who alleged that the governor and Secretary of Health Rachel Levine's restrictions were arbitrary and violated constitutional rights.

The Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Correct Call to 'Fill That Seat!'

The Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Correct Call to 'Fill That Seat!' By CLG Founder, Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. | 20 Sept 2020 | U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed on Sept. 18. Ginsburg, a feminist and role model for some women across America, is being lauded as a "legal giant" and "trailblazer," accolades being doled out across political boundaries. Ginsburg was dedicated to jurisprudence tasks, even pouring over legal briefs from her hospital bed.But what did Ginsburg trailblaze, and in what sense was she a legal giant? ...As Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) pointed out on "Hannity" on Sept. 18, it's imperative for Trump to act with urgency on any SCOTUS replacement. Hillary Clinton has stated that Joe Biden shouldn't concede the 2020 presidential election "under any circumstances." That would mean that, without a replacement, the election could be decided by a 4-to-4 Supreme Court. Conservatives and Trump supporters certainly can't rely on Bush's John Roberts to side with Trump in any disputed 2020 election outcomes. The same deep-state elements who in 2000 demanded the installation of George W. Bush (Democrats and establishment Republicans) will be adapting a "by any means necessary" mantra for Joe Biden's installation in 2020. The only difference is that the candidate is a Democrat, and their battle positions will be buttressed by a ubiquitous, deeply biased social media.

Air Force Two carrying VP Pence forced to turn around at New Hampshire airport over engine issue

Air Force Two carrying VP Pence forced to turn around at New Hampshire airport over engine issue | 22 Sept 2020 | Air Force 2 safely returned to an airport in Manchester, New Hampshire with Vice President Pence after it hit a bird upon take off, the vice president's office confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday. According to a pool report, Pence and his staff are taking a cargo plane back to Washington, D.C.

Trump: 'Very close' to Supreme Court decision, will announce nominee Saturday

Trump: 'Very close' to Supreme Court decision, will announce nominee Saturday --He appears to have enough Senate Republicans to get a quick vote. | 22 Sept 2020 | While President Donald Trump is expected to wait until Saturday to announce his Supreme Court nominee, he said Tuesday he's already "very close" to making a final decision. During a Tuesday interview with Fox television stations, Trump cited public services to honor the life of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday, as the reason for delaying his announcement. "I would say that I’m very close to making it a decision in my own mind and I'm going to reveal it on Saturday," Trump said. "I'm doing that out of respect for Justice Ginsburg, you're having a service on Thursday, so I didn't really want to do anything to cut into the service."

Poll worker firing for not wearing a mask sues Wisconsin governor

Poll worker firing for not wearing a mask sues Wisconsin governor | 22 Sept 2020 | A Wisconsin man is suing a LaCrosse city clerk and Gov. Tony Evers (D) after he was dismissed from a paid poll worker position for refusing to wear a mask at a voting precinct, citing a medical condition. The LaCrosse Tribune reported Tuesday that Nicholas Newmann is suing Clerk Teri Lehrke as well as Evers over his Aug. 11 dismissal, which his lawyers wrote in court documents came as a result of Lehrke enforcing Ever's statewide mask mandate which his lawyers argue is unconstitutional. "The American system of government contains three branches, not one. For those who might say the governor must do 'something,' the founders divided power for a reason: They had left behind a king's rule. Power is divided on purpose so that it cannot be exercised so easily," Newmann's lawyer told the Tribune in a statement regarding the lawsuit.

Pair busted with gun, 200 rounds of ammunition ahead of Trump rally in Ohio

Pair busted with gun, 200 rounds of ammunition ahead of Trump rally in Ohio --Suspects found by airport with Glock, pitchfork ----Divisons were charged with making terroristic threats, carrying a concealed weapon, inducing panic and criminal trespassing | 22 Sept 2020 | A Virginia couple was busted while allegedly carrying a gun and 200 rounds of ammunition, along with a pitchfork and shovels, ahead of a Trump campaign rally Monday night in Ohio, authorities said. John C. Davison, 38, and Vicki M. Davison, 33, were spotted by a Toledo Executive Airport employee walking on the railroad tracks behind the airport in Lake Township, the Sentinel-Tribune reported. The worker said the couple had a backpack and shovels. Police "converged" on the pair and took them into custody without incident, Lake Township Police Chief Mark Hummer told the newspaper. The Davisons allegedly had on them two shovels, a pitchfork and a backpack stuffed with a Glock pistol with an extended magazine, as well as 200 rounds of ammunition and four tourniquets, Hummer said... Their arrest prompted a two-and-a-half-hour lockdown of the Lake Local Schools buildings, as Secret Service and FBI conducted an investigation, Hummer said.

FBI agent who found Hillary Clinton's emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop says agency bosses sat on the discovery for a month and told him to ERASE his findings

FBI agent who found Hillary Clinton's emails on Anthony Weiner's laptop says 'immoral' agency bosses sat on the discovery for a month and told him to ERASE his findings until he went direct to the US Attorney | 21 Sept 2020 | An FBI agent who found the messages that led to the Hillary Clinton email investigation being reopened days before the 2016 election said the way the bureau handled the case was 'not ethically or morally right'. John Robertson feared he would be made a 'scapegoat' when he found the new emails less than two months before voting day, in the wake of DailyMail.com's revelation that Anthony Weiner, whose wife Huma Abedin was Clinton's top aide, was sexting an underage girl. Robertson watched nervously as the bureau did nothing for a month until he went outside the chain of command and spoke with the US Attorney's office overseeing the case. The only advice from his bosses was to erase his office computer, which meant leaving no record of his investigations, a new book says... The claims add another layer of intrigue to the investigation of Clinton's emails which has become one of the most divisive episodes of the 2016 election. They appear inOctober Surprise: How the FBI Tried to Save Itself and Crashed an Election, which will be published on September 22 by PublicAffairs.

Romney backs pre-election Supreme Court vote, paving way for McConnell, Trump

Romney backs pre-election Supreme Court vote, paving way for McConnell, Trump | 22 Sept 2020 | Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) signaled on Tuesday that he is open to confirming a Supreme Court nominee this year, solidifying GOP support for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R-Ky.) vow to hold a vote on President Trump's nominee...Romney's decision is a blow to Senate Democrats and a boon to McConnell, with both sides watching him closely as a potential swing vote on bringing up whomever Trump nominates to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat just weeks before a presidential election... So far only two GOP senators have said they do not support moving a nomination before the Nov. 3 election: Sens. Susan Collins (Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska).

Indiana Makes Not Wearing Mask a Class B Misdemeanor, Punishable by 6 Months in Jail

Indiana Makes Not Wearing Mask a Class B Misdemeanor, Punishable by 6 Months in Jail | 23 July 2020 | The Governor of Indiana has announced all residents and visitors in the state will be required to wear face coverings such as masks in public or risk facing a criminal charge. Governor Eric Holcomb (R) is due to sign an Executive Order which will mean a statewide mask requirement would take effect in Indiana on July 27. Those who don't follow the new order could be charged with a Class B misdemeanor, which is punishable by a fine and up to six months in jail.

DOJ Designates New York City as an 'Anarchist Jurisdiction'

DOJ Designates New York City as an 'Anarchist Jurisdiction' --The designation comes after a memo from President Trump earlier this month threatening to cut off federal funds for cities | 21 Sept 2020 | New York City is one of three places that "have permitted violence and destruction of property to persist and have refused to undertake reasonable measures to counteract criminal activities," leading to its designation as an "anarchist jurisdiction," the Justice Department said Monday... President Trump issued a memo earlier this month directing the DOJ to identify jurisdictions that, in its view, were not enforcing the law appropriately. Designated cities could lose their federal funding. Trump's Sept. 2 order gives the director of the Office of Management and Budget 30 days to issue guidance to federal agencies on restricting eligibility for federal grants for the cities on the DOJ list.

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