YouTube Nukes Video Of GOP Lawmakers Discussing Constitutional Limits To COVID Vaxx Mandates

YouTube took down a video posted by the House Freedom Caucus of lawmakers discussing the constitutional limits to medically coercive vaccine mandates for the novel Wuhan coronavirus.
“Our team has reviewed your content, and, unfortunately, we think it violates our medical misinformation policy,” the company wrote without reference to the specific infraction, emphasis theirs.

YouTube did not immediately respond to The Federalist’s inquiry over what provoked the censorship.
The nuked video focused on a proposal from Kansas Republican Sen.

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Chris Cillizza Refers to Kamala Harris’ ‘Magic,’ and Then It Gets Dumber

“Riffed from the Headlines” is Townhall’s daily VIP feature with coverage on the deeply flawed aspects of journalism in the nation. We’ll look to bring accountability to the mishaps, malaprops, misdeeds, manipulations, malpractice, and manufactured narratives in mainstream media.

One dependable source of comedy is CNN’s Chris Cillizza, but it becomes magical when he chooses to add to the levity.

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Joe Biden Wants To Spend Trillions on Infrastructure. His Environmental Reforms Ensure He’ll Have To.

President Joe Biden has ambitious plans to “Build Back Better” by spending trillions more on a broad array of infrastructure projects. At the same time, his administration wants to reverse regulatory reforms that tried to speed up the delivery of those projects.
Late last week, the White House’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) announced that it intends to undo the prior president’s changes to the regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

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Holden & Pye: Trump made conservatives criminal justice reform leaders. Here’s how to keep it that way

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In 2018, President Donald Trump signed the First Step Act into law. This was a generational shift on corrections and sentencing policy preceded by years of work in Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas, led by leaders Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Tim Scott (R-SC). 
We are proud of the work we did to help them on the First Step Act and believe Congress should immediately take more steps to continue to reform overly harsh federal prison sentences and build on President Trump’s record.

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Holden & Pye: Trump made conservatives criminal justice reform leaders. Here’s how to keep it that way

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!
In 2018, President Donald Trump signed the First Step Act into law. This was a generational shift on corrections and sentencing policy preceded by years of work in Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas, led by leaders Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Tim Scott (R-SC). 
We are proud of the work we did to help them on the First Step Act and believe Congress should immediately take more steps to continue to reform overly harsh federal prison sentences and build on President Trump’s record.

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How Government Devastated Minor League Baseball

It’s family Sunday FunDay here at Coney Island’s Maimonides Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones. For the low price of $18, enjoy the up-close views of future New York Mets stars and between-innings fan contests involving potato sacks. If the kids don’t wilt in the mid-July swelter, they can run the bases on the field after the game. It’s minor league baseball at its corny, affordable best.
Seven miles away as the seagull flies over the mouth of New York Harbor, the scene at Richmond County Bank Ballpark is considerably bleaker.

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The Once and Future Threat of Trump

In one of Gellman’s imagined scenarios, teams of efficient and well-prepared Republican lawyers fan out across the country, turning challenges to vote counts into “a culminating phase of legal combat.” In reality, a variety of conservative lawyers delivered laughable arguments to skeptical judges and were ultimately swatted down by some of the same jurists — up to and including the Supreme Court — that Trump himself had appointed to the bench.
In another Gellman scenario, Trump sends in “Federal Personnel in battle dress” to shut down voting and seize uncounted ballots.

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The Once and Future Threat of Trump

In one of Gellman’s imagined scenarios, teams of efficient and well-prepared Republican lawyers fan out across the country, turning challenges to vote counts into “a culminating phase of legal combat.” In reality, a variety of conservative lawyers delivered laughable arguments to skeptical judges and were ultimately swatted down by some of the same jurists — up to and including the Supreme Court — that Trump himself had appointed to the bench.
In another Gellman scenario, Trump sends in “Federal Personnel in battle dress” to shut down voting and seize uncounted ballots.

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The Once and Future Threat of Trump

In one of Gellman’s imagined scenarios, teams of efficient and well-prepared Republican lawyers fan out across the country, turning challenges to vote counts into “a culminating phase of legal combat.” In reality, a variety of conservative lawyers delivered laughable arguments to skeptical judges and were ultimately swatted down by some of the same jurists — up to and including the Supreme Court — that Trump himself had appointed to the bench.
In another Gellman scenario, Trump sends in “Federal Personnel in battle dress” to shut down voting and seize uncounted ballots.

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