Lawyer Who Represented Trump in Pennsylvania Placed Under Protection After 'Threats of Harm'

Lawyer Who Represented Trump in Pennsylvania Placed Under Protection After 'Threats of Harm' | 19 Nov 2020 | A Philadelphia lawyer who had represented the Trump campaign was placed under official protection after receiving "threats of harm," according to court papers that were filed Nov. 18. The attorney, Linda Kerns, was "the subject of threats of harm, to the point at which the involvement of police and US Marshals has been necessary to provide for her safety," the filing stated. Judge Matthew Brann allowed Kerns to be "withdrawn as counsel" for the Trump campaign, according to a court filing. Earlier this week, Kerns sought sanctions against a lawyer working for a law firm representing Democratic Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar after Kerns received harassment and a threatening phone call over the weekend in connection to her representation of President Donald Trump's campaign.

Trump Lawyer Sidney Powell: 'President Trump Won By a Landslide, We Are Going to Prove It'

Trump Lawyer Sidney Powell: 'President Trump Won By a Landslide, We Are Going to Prove It' | 19 Nov 2020 | Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell asserted during a Thursday press conference that President Donald Trump "won by a landslide," saying that their legal team will prove it. "We will not be intimidated. We are not going to back down. We are going to clean this mess up now. President Trump won by a landslide. We are going to prove it. And we are going to reclaim the United States of America for the people who vote for freedom," she said. "American patriots are fed up with the corruption from the local level to the highest level of our government," Powell added. Powell, who alleged a transnational conspiracy involving the "influence of communist money" from countries including Cuba, Venezuela, and "likely China" to overturn the presidential race via election software. The longtime lawyer, who represented Gen. Michael Flynn, then called on the Department of Justice to launch a criminal investigation.

Wisconsin Elections Commission Agrees to Order Partial Recount After Trump Request

Wisconsin Elections Commission Agrees to Order Partial Recount After Trump Request | 19 Nov 2020 | The Wisconsin Elections Commission on Wednesday night issued an order to recount ballots in two counties following a request by President Donald Trump’s campaign. Commissioners in a video teleconference on Wednesday argued for nearly six hours before ultimately agreeing to conduct the recount... But members of the commission, which has three Republicans and three Democrats, debated for hours over how the recount would be conducted. Some said state law governing a recount contained ambiguities. Republican Commissioner Dean Knudson said he believed the commission should issue guidance to canvassers that they should set aside ballots that had a correction made to the witness address.

Arizona Governor Won't Accept Election Results Until All Lawsuits Are Settled

Arizona Governor Won't Accept Election Results Until All Lawsuits Are Settled | 19 Nov 2020 | Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced the state's election isn't over until all court cases have been settled, as the Trump campaign and state GOP filed lawsuits in Maricopa County in a bid to block officials from certifying the election results due to alleged voter irregularities and improprieties. "There are legal claims that are being challenged in court and everybody on the ballot has certain access rights and remedies and if they want to push that they are able. Once those are adjudicated and the process plays out, I will accept the results of the election," the Republican governor said in a news conference on Wednesday.

Australia braces for 'brutal truths' in Afghan war crimes report

Australia braces for 'brutal truths' in Afghan war crimes report | 18 Nov 2020 | Australia's prime minister has warned the nation to prepare for "brutal truths" as a long-awaited report into allegations of war crimes by its Special Forces troops during the Afghan conflict is set to be released on Thursday. The findings are the outcome of a four-year inquiry by the inspector general of the Australian Defence Force (IGADF) examining accusations Australian troops had committed war crimes, including allegations of unlawful killings and cruel treatment, in Afghanistan from 2005 to 2016. Earlier in the year, the IGADF said the probe was investigating some 55 separate incidents, "covering a range of alleged breaches of the Law of Armed Conflict, predominantly unlawful killings of persons who were non-combatants or were no longer combatants."

Police break up large Berlin protests as Germany passes tougher coronavirus laws

Police break up large Berlin protests as Germany passes tougher coronavirus laws --Large crowds protested in Berlin against the German government's push to enshrine coronavirus restrictions into an existing law. | 18 Nov 2020 | Several thousand people gathered in central Berlin, banging pans and blowing whistles, to protest Chancellor Angela Merkel and the German government's push to better enforce coronavirus restrictions on Wednesday. Some 190 protesters were arrested and nine police officers were hurt in the clashes that ensued, Berlin police said. "Police calling on demonstrators to leave. Lots of booing. Demonstrators want to access cordoned-off area around parliament where new additions to infection law are being debated [at the moment,]," DW reported from the scene. A tense standoff ensued, as police tried to convince the crowd to disperse amid cries of "We are the people!" and as some protesters started singing the national anthem.

Pennsylvania governor announces new COVID rules, including wearing a mask in your house

Pennsylvania governor announces new COVID rules, including wearing a mask in your house | 17 Nov 2020 | Pennsylvania is planning to take additional steps to [battle] coronavirus, including requiring masks to be worn indoors with limited exceptions, officials said Tuesday. In addition, starting Friday, anyone who enters Pennsylvania must be tested at least 72 hours before arrival, and if they can or do not get a test, they must quarantine for 14 days. The order does not apply to people who commute to neighboring states for work or health care, officials said, and will be largely self-enforced. Pennsylvania already has a statewide mask mandate, limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings and occupancy restrictions at bars and restaurants. But the new rules go even further. Masks are required outside where it isn’t possible to maintain at least a six-foot distance from others, according to the order, and inside where people from multiple households are gathering, even if they can maintain a social distance. [It's time for open rebellion, or we're not going to have a country left.]

'To Kill a Mockingbird,' 'Of Mice and Men,' and Other Books Banned From California Schools Over 'Racism'

'To Kill a Mockingbird,' 'Of Mice and Men,' and Other Books Banned From California Schools Over 'Racism' | 13 Nov 2020 | Schools in Burbank will no longer be able to teach certain classic novels, including Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, following concerns raised by parents over racism. Middle and high school English teachers in the Burbank Unified School District received the news during a virtual meeting on September 9. Until further notice, teachers in the area will not be able to include on their curriculum Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Theodore Taylor's The Cay and Mildred D. Taylor's Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. Four parents, three of whom are Black, challenged the classic novels for alleged potential harm to the district's roughly 400 Black students. All but Huckleberry Finn have been required reading for students in the district.

Justice Department Asserts Unreviewable Discretion to Kill US Citizens

Justice Department Asserts Unreviewable Discretion to Kill US Citizens | 16 Nov 2020 | Drawing alarm at the D.C. Circuit, a lawyer for the United States argued Monday that the government has the power to kill its citizens without judicial oversight when state secrets are involved. "Do you appreciate how extraordinary that proposition is?" U.S. Circuit Judge Patricia Millett asked Justice Department attorney Bradley Hinshelwood, paraphrasing his claim as giving the government the ability to "unilaterally decide to kill U.S. citizens." The hearing before the federal appeals court came as the government fights to hold off allegations by two journalists who say it wrongly targeted them as terrorists in Syria.

2 men charged in voter fraud involving 8,000 ballot applications for 'fictitious' or dead voters

2 men charged in voter fraud involving 8,000 ballot applications for 'fictitious' or dead voters --Voter fraud scheme was an attempt to help one of the accused men win his bid for mayor, attorney general says | 18 Nov 2020 | Two Los Angeles men have been charged with voter fraud after attempting to submit 8,000 ballot applications for nonexistent or deceased voters. Hawthorne, California, mayoral candidate Carlos Antonio De Bourbon Montenegro, 53, and Marcos Raul Arevalo, 34, planned the effort in an attempt to help Montenegro win his bid for mayor, Los Angeles District attorney announced Tuesday. The county is accusing Montenegro of submitting more than 8,000 fraudulent ballot applications on behalf of "fictitious, nonexistent or deceased" voters between July 1 and Oct. 15 of this year, according to a felony complaint.

Rep. Brooks: Congress Has 'Absolute Right' to Reject a State's Electoral College Votes

Rep. Brooks: Congress Has 'Absolute Right' to Reject a State's Electoral College Votes | 18 Nov 2020 | Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said that the final outcome of the presidential election may be decided according to the 12th Amendment and Article One and Article Two of the U.S. Constitution when Congress convenes in early January. "The ultimate say over whether to accept or reject" Electoral College votes for any state "is not a court's job," he said. "It is Congress's job under" the Constitution "coupled with federal statutes that govern this issue." "Congress has the absolute right to reject the submitted Electoral College votes of any state, which we believe has such a shoddy election system that you can't trust the election results that those states are submitting to us, that they're suspect," Brooks told The Epoch Times this week. "And I’m not going to put my name in support of any state that employs an election system that I don’t have confidence in."

Third Georgia County Finds Memory Card With Uncounted Votes

Third Georgia County Finds Memory Card With Uncounted Votes | 18 Nov2020 | A third county in Georgia discovered a memory card with uncounted votes, a majority of which were cast for President Donald Trump, according to Georgia GOP Chairman David Shafer. "Our monitors tell us that Walton County election officials have found a memory card that was apparently not uploaded. The number of uncounted votes is not as large as in Floyd or Fayette but the President will pick up votes," Shafer wrote on Twitter. According to Walton Tribune, Trump netted 176 votes as a result of the discovery. At a press conference on Tuesday night, Gabriel Sterling with the Georgia secretary of state's office told reporters that, in Walton County, "there may be a memory card with 224 votes on it from an Election Day polling location." "We're still trying to see if that was a batch that might have been missed, or there's actually memory cards that we--I don't have a final answer on that," he added. Fayette and Floyd counties previously reported discovering memory cards with uncounted votes.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Agrees to Review Cases of Election Irregularities

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Agrees to Review Cases of Election Irregularities | 18 Nov 2020 | The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to take up cases in which the Trump campaign is challenging over 8,300 votes cast in the 2020 presidential election. In an unsigned order, the state's top court granted a request by the Philadelphia County Board of Elections asking the justices to take over the cases that have been appealed to the Commonwealth Court, a Pennsylvania appellate court. The Trump campaign had appealed the cases after a trial judge denied five petitions requesting a review of the county’s board of elections decision to count votes that appear to have errors or irregularities because voters did not print their name or their address in the space provided on the outer envelope. The trial court said that the ballot already contains the voter’s name and address on the pre-printed exterior envelope and that neither filling out the printed name and address sections are "requirements necessary to prevent fraud."

Georgia Recount Witnesses Saw Trump Votes Counted for Biden

Georgia Recount Witnesses Saw Trump Votes Counted for Biden --Affiants also swore to have seen suspiciously pristine, uncreased mail ballots, uniformly and perfectly filled out | 18 Nov 2020 | Witnesses of the recount of the presidential election in Georgia have signed sworn statements testifying to having observed ballots cast for President Donald Trump being counted as though they were cast for former Vice President Joe Biden. Trump campaign attorney Lin Wood filed the affidavits with a federal court in Georgia on Nov. 17 as part of an emergency motion seeking to block the certification of the election results in the Peach State. Nine of the affiants swore to have seen suspiciously pristine, uncreased mail ballots, uniformly and perfectly filled out, almost always for Biden. In one case, a batch of such ballots included 500 ballots in a row all cast for Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee. The lack of creases is strange considering that mail ballots have to be folded to fit in an envelope. Some of the witnesses said the perfect markings, all in black and never outside the voting bubble, appeared as though they were printed by a machine or stamped.

Zuckerberg-Funded 'Safe Elections' Project Announces Grants for Georgia Senate Runoff Elections

Zuckerberg-Funded 'Safe Elections' Project Announces Grants for Georgia Senate Runoff Elections | 18 Nov 2020 | The Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) announced on Tuesday that it will provide additional "safe elections" grants to county election departments in Georgia in advance of the two U.S. Senate runoff elections that will be held on January 5, 2021. With majority control of the U.S. Senate hanging in the balance, hundreds of millions of dollars are expected to be spent in the two runoff elections in Georgia between incumbent Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff, and incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock. Between September 1 and October 30, Facebook founder Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, donated $350 million to CTCL for its "safe elections" project. Critics charge that the project is simply a Democratic Get-Out-The-Vote effort disguised as charitable good government contributions to a 501 (c) 3 non-profit that acts more like a partisan SuperPAC.

Trump orders Pentagon to pull 2,500 troops from Afghanistan and Iraq

Trump orders Pentagon to pull 2,500 troops from Afghanistan and Iraq | 17 Nov 2020 | President Trump has ordered the Pentagon to pull 2,500 U.S. troops from Afghanistan and Iraq by mid-January, acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller announced Tuesday. The Defense Department will cut the number of troops in Afghanistan from 4,500 to 2,500 and the number of forces in Iraq from 3,000 to 2,500 by Jan. 15, days before Trump [may] leave office. "I am formally announcing that we will implement President Trump's orders to continue our repositioning of forces" from Afghanistan and Iraq, Miller told reporters at the Pentagon.

Delaware Democratic governor imposes new COVID restrictions, including what you can do in your home

Delaware Democratic governor imposes new COVID restrictions, including what you can do in your home --Gathering in people's homes are limited to 10 people | 17 Nov 2020 | Delaware Gov. John Carney (D) announced new restrictions Tuesday that will go into effect next Monday, Nov. 23rd amid surging coronavirus cases in the state and country. People will not be allowed to have gatherings inside their homes of more than 10 people. Gatherings indoors that are at locations other than people's homes -- such as weddings and funerals -- are capped at 30% of the venue's stated fire capacity up to 50 people. All outdoor public gatherings are limited to 50 people. Restaurants cannot serve more than 30% of fire capacity indoors, but can serve more people outside.

Dominion Part of Council That Disputed Election Integrity Concerns in DHS Statement

Dominion Part of Council That Disputed Election Integrity Concerns in DHS Statement --Dominion Voting Systems used statement, which obscured company's council membership, to dispute concerns over voting systems | 16 Nov 2020 | After allegations emerged that called into questioned the integrity of voting machines produced by Dominion Voting Systems, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) -- part of the Department of Homeland Security -- issued a statement on Nov. 12 disputing the allegations, saying "the November 3rd election was the most secure in American history." What the agency failed to disclose, however, is that Dominion Voting Systems is a member of CISA's Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council, one of two entities that authored the statement put out by CISA. In addition, Smartmatic, a separate voting machine company that has been the subject of additional concerns, is also a member.

Trump officials preparing to move forward with major step to lower Medicare drug prices

Trump officials preparing to move forward with major step to lower Medicare drug prices | 16 Nov 2020 | The Trump administration is preparing to move forward with a major proposal to lower drug prices and rule-making could come as soon as this week, according to people familiar with the effort. The move, fiercely opposed by the pharmaceutical industry, would implement President Trump's "most favored nation" proposal and lower certain Medicare drug prices to match prices in other wealthy countries. Trump issued an executive order in September calling for steps to that effect, but it was unclear whether the administration would still go forward with implementing the proposal, especially given the election and a coming change in administration.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Wants Elections Director to Step Down After Floyd County 'Finds' 2600 Uncounted Ballots

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Wants Elections Director to Step Down After Floyd County 'Finds' 2600 Uncounted Ballots | 16 Nov 2020 | As reported by the Gateway Pundit, the statewide recount of votes on the presidential election over the weekend revealed that in Floyd County, Georgia, over 2,600 votes were not counted due to a server error, allegedly by a Dominion tabulating machine. The statewide recount is still ongoing in several counties, the deadline for completion is 11:59 p.m. Wednesday. The found votes reportedly favor President Trump almost two-to-one, cutting Joe Biden's approximate 14,000 vote lead by about 800 votes. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Monday evening immediately called for the elections director to step down.

Brandeis University Is Now Offering Segregated Spaces for Whites

Brandeis University Is Now Offering Segregated Spaces for Whites --White students at Brandeis University will be subjected to 'anti-racism' trainings | 16 Nov 2020 | White students at Brandeis University are going to be subjected to politically correct "anti-racism" trainings. According to a report in the College Fix, Brandeis University's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion division will be placing white students in places that are exclusively for them, provided that they undergo anti-racist trainings. A white staffer will preside over a six-week training program that covers racial subjects so that white students can "come to a deeper understanding about how whiteness moves," according to the DEI office's website. The training is accompanied with regular course material... [F]irst, the white students have to take race training among themselves, according to the "racial justice educator" who constructed this program. At the same time, another segregated space for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) students is also being set up, according to Joy von Steiger, a clinical psychologist at Brandeis University.

Michigan House Member Files to Impeach Governor Gretchen Whitmer

Michigan House Member Files to Impeach Governor Gretchen Whitmer | 15 Nov 2020 | State Rep. Matt Maddock (R), who is well known in Michigan as a pro-Trump conservative, announced tonight that he is filing the paperwork in the Michigan House to start impeachment proceedings against Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D). Whitmer has been repeatedly defying court orders limiting her COVID shutdown powers. And rumors swirl that another Whitmer Michigan shutdown is looming, perhaps starting on November 18, and lasting three weeks. A rumor that she would shut down the state on Friday came and went, though Whitmer held an odd press conference where Whitmer and her advisors scolded family members not to hug on Thanksgiving.

AG Barr Authorizes Federal Prosecutors to Pursue 'Substantial Allegations' of Voting Irregularities Before 2020 Election is Certified

AG Barr Authorizes Federal Prosecutors to Pursue 'Substantial Allegations' of Voting Irregularities Before 2020 Election is Certified | 09 Nov 2020 | US Attorney General Bill Barr authorized federal prosecutors to pursue "substantial allegations" of voting irregularities before the 2020 presidential election is certified, per the Associated Press. "In a memo to U.S. attorneys...Barr wrote that investigations 'may be conducted if there are clear and apparently-credible allegations of irregularities that, if true, could potentially impact the outcome of a federal election in an individual State.'" President Trump's campaign on Monday evening filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania alleging "creation and implementation of illegal 'two-tiered' voting system for the election."

Elderly Trump supporter attacked, protesters shoot fireworks at diners, surround hotel of Million MAGA March attendees

Elderly Trump supporter attacked, protesters shoot fireworks at diners, surround hotel of Million MAGA March attendees --Some truly sickening videos | 15 Nov 2020 | Thousands of Trump supporters gathered in Washington, D.C., on Saturday for the Million MAGA March. The first hours of the rally for President Donald Trump was a peaceful protest. Then counterprotesters entered the area by mid-afternoon. Right before nightfall, there were numerous attacks on Trump supporters, including an assault of a multiracial family and one man was knocked out. The violence against Trump supporters only grew as the massive crowds from the "Stop the Steal" rally diminished and the sun set. A swarm of counter-protesters surrounded and harassed an elderly couple holding a Trump flag in Washington, D.C. An elderly man was shoved to the ground when he attempted to get on a bicycle in Black Lives Matter Plaza. Then an agitator held the man's bike down, and he retaliates by shoving him. As the man is walking away, the crowd tosses a liquid at him and starts chanting: "Black lives matter!"

California Governor Violated the Constitution With Mail Ballot Order - Judge

California Governor Violated the Constitution With Mail Ballot Order - Judge | 15 Nov 2020 | California Gov. Gavin Newsom exceeded his authority and violated the state Constitution with an executive order that let all Californians vote by mail if they wanted to. Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled Friday that the order, N-67-20, "improperly amended existing statutory law, exceeding the governor's authority and violating the separation of powers." The order stated, citing the COVID-19 pandemic, that "all Californians who are registered to vote in" the Nov. 3 election "must be empowered to vote by mail, as an alternative to in-person voting." Newsom, a Democrat, argued that California's government code gave him the power to issue orders like the one concerning mail ballots, but the judge was not convinced.

Wisconsin Voters File Lawsuit to Exclude Over 792,000 Votes in 3 Counties

Wisconsin Voters File Lawsuit to Exclude Over 792,000 Votes in 3 Counties | 14 Nov 2020 | Three voters in Wisconsin have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to exclude Nov. 3 election results in three of the state's counties that helped push Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump. The action, if successful, would invalidate over 792,000 votes cast across the state. The civil action, filed on Thursday, alleges that there is "sufficient evidence that illegal votes were counted" in Milwaukee, Dane, and Menominee counties "to change or place in doubt the results" of the presidential election in the counties. The voters asked the court to declare that the counties' results "must be invalidated" and to block the counties from certifying their results. All three counties lean heavily Democrat, with Milwaukee and Dane being among the most populous and heavily Democratic counties in the state. For the three counties, Biden holds a lead of 365,289 votes over Trump. In the state overall, Biden holds a lead of about 20,540 votes at 49.6 percent, compared to Trump at 48.9 percent as of Saturday. The Trump campaign has signaled it will request a recount.

US military anticipates Trump will issue order to plan for further troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq

US military anticipates Trump will issue order to plan for further troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq | 16 Nov 2020 | US military commanders are anticipating that a formal order will be given by President Donald Trump as soon as this week to begin a further withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and Iraq before Trump leaves office on January 20, according to two US officials familiar. The Pentagon has issued a notice to commanders known as a "warning order" to begin planning to drawdown the number of troops in Afghanistan to 2,500 troops and 2,500 in Iraq by Jan 15, the officials said. Currently there are approximately 4,500 US troops in Afghanistan and 3,000 troops in Iraq.

Trump supporters hit with fireworks at restaurant after MAGA march, suspect arrested

Trump supporters hit with fireworks at restaurant after MAGA march, suspect arrested --It was one of more than 20 arrests made in connection with the violence that ensued hours after Saturday's 'MAGA Million March' | 15 Nov 2020 | Police have arrested a suspect in connection with fireworks that went off at a D.C. restaurant, hitting Trump supporters after Saturday's "MAGA Million March," according to reports. A video of the incident shows a large crowd descending on P.J. Clarke's restaurant just a few blocks away from the White House. Amid a heated confrontation between a small group of Trump supporters and a hostile crowd, someone sets off fireworks that explode on the patio... On Sunday, police said they have arrested 26-year-old Javien Michael Dawson in connection with the fireworks, WRC-TV reported. He had been charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. It was one of more than 20 arrests that have taken place in response to the violence that ensued hours after tens of thousands of Trump supporters gathered in Washington Saturday to echo the president's claims of voter fraud and urged him not to concede to President-elect [sic] Joe Biden.

Trump Lawyer Sidney Powell: 'We're Getting Ready to Overturn Election Results in Multiple States'

Trump Lawyer Sidney Powell: 'We're Getting Ready to Overturn Election Results in Multiple States' | 16 Nov 2020 | Former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell, a Trump campaign lawyer, suggested in a Sunday interview that the president's legal team is receiving a deluge of evidence concerning voter fraud and irregularities. "We're getting ready to overturn election results in multiple states," Powell said on Fox Business, adding that she has enough evidence of election fraud to launch a widespread criminal investigation. "I don't make comments without having the evidence to back it up." Powell claimed that elections software switched "millions of votes" from President Donald Trump to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Powell is notably the counsel to former national security advisor Michael Flynn, engineering a stunning comeback with the Department of Justice moving to drop charges. Powell said a whistleblower has come forward alleging that the voting software was designed to "rig elections."

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem won't comply if Biden pursues national mask mandate

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem won't comply if Biden pursues national mask mandate --Biden 'doesn't have the authority to institute a mask mandate,' Noem's office said | 13 Nov 2020 | As former Vice President Joe Biden proposes a nationwide lockdown and a national mask mandate in response to resurgent coronavirus cases in several states, at least one Republican governor is promising she will not comply. In a statement made to the Argus Leader, a South Dakota newspaper, Gov. Kristi Noem's office said that Biden, as president, would lack the authority to impose a nationwide mask mandate on state governments. "It's a good day for freedom. Joe Biden realizes that the president doesn't have the authority to institute a mask mandate," Noem communications director Ian Fury said. "For that matter, neither does Governor Noem, which is why she has provided her citizens with the full scope of the science and trusted them to make the best decisions for themselves and their loved-ones."

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