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5/4/21 Rep Ruben Gallego contradicts Rep Greene
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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5/4/21 Fred Wellman says literally everything is open in DC, Nov 14, 2020
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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5/4/21 Kendall Brown says that Rep Greene lied
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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5/4/21 Kyle Griffin stating that gyms are open in DC, Nov 14, 2020
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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5/4/21 Jay Gordon stating that Rep Greene lied about businesses being closed in DC
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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5/4/21 Tim Fullerton claiming that businesses were open in DC on Nov 14, 2020
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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5/4/21 Rep. Justin Amash says that businesses were open in DC on Nov 14, 2020
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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4/30/21 Politifact asserts that Plandemic is full of false conspiracy theories
[link] True or False: Plandemic features false conspiracy theories
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4/27/21 Letter to FBI Director Wray asking for an investigation of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy
[link] Postal Service delivery changes are illegal sabotage by the postmaster general. It’s illegal to willfully slow mail delivery, or to interfere in elections.

Members of the Crime SubCommittee of the House Judiciary Committee are requesting the FBI to investigate Postmaster General DeJoy & the Board of Governors.
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4/27/21 USPS recommends using First Class postage for mail-in ballots
[link] The Postal Service provided guidance to state and local governments regarding how to handle time-sensitive ballot requests before Postmaster General Louis DeJoy began his job.

Most mail-in ballot requests are made weeks or months in advance, and can safely be sent using second-class mail; but some areas allow for mail-in ballot requests a few days before the election and so require first-class mail prices to ensure that voters get their ballots on time.
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4/27/21 Bloomberg Quint says that mail-in ballots may not arrive in time to be counted
[link] According to Bloomberg Quint, "the post office sent official notice to 46 states and the District of Columbia that it could not guarantee that mail-in ballots would arrive in time to be counted."
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4/27/21 ABC News on possible voter disenfranchisement due to mail-in voting rules
[link] "If the post office is not afforded a few extra days of leeway to deliver ballots to the election offices, Marshall warned that late-arriving ballots could leave some voters disenfranchised.”
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4/27/21 Fox News on Trump White House possible compromise around USPS funding
[link] Trump has said he may be willing to "compromise" if he gets something in return.
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4/27/21 Business Insider describes an interview between Maria Bartiromo and Predint Trump where he says he will not fund the Post Office in order to prevent mail-in ballots in the 2020 US elections
[link] Trump admitted he's refusing to fund the US Postal Service to sabotage mail-in voting because he considers it open to fraud.
This, despite voting by mail himself.
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4/27/21 NPR states that President Trump cast a mail-in ballot in August, 2020
[link] Trump admitted he's refusing to fund the US Postal Service to sabotage mail-in voting because he considers it open to fraud.
This, despite voting by mail himself.
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4/27/21 The Prospect says that States need to charge $0.55 for mail-in ballots, three times higher than the previous cost
[link] The Postal Service plans to triple postage rates on mailed ballots. Some have argued that local post offices or private companies should make mail ballots free, but if not done nationally, some voters might be out of luck.
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4/27/21 David Sirota says some have worked to weaken the Post Office so that it can be destroyed
[link] Lawmakers deliberately manufactured a USPS financial crisis and now Trump is using the turmoil to justify burning the whole place down.
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4/27/21 Mailbox lock rationale
[link] Locked caps are sometimes put on collection boxes in areas where there is a rash of mail theft. Employees place the caps after the final pickup of the day and remove them in the morning, since collection box theft is overwhelmingly done at night.
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4/27/21 Twitter user insinuates that a mailbox lock is meant to prevent mail-in voting ahead of the 2020 US elections
[link] People have seen mailboxes suddenly locked.
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4/27/21 USPS on mail consolidation
[link] The volume of mail has fallen in recent decades, due to the spread of electronic communication, so less infrastructure is needed.
The Postal Service has been consolidating operations for years to reduce costs (starting before President Trump).
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4/27/21 USPS on mail box movements ahead of the 2020 US elections
[link] The Postal Service has more than 141,000 blue collection boxes spread across the country. Those boxes are moved regularly from low-demand to high-demand areas to maximize efficiency. This is normal procedure, not to do with mail-in voting.
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4/27/21 Senator James Lankford on whether the Post Office is capable of handling a surge in mail-in ballots for the 2020 US election
[link] The postmaster general encouraged voters to request ballots early and return them early but said he is confident that the Postal Service can handle any surge in ballot traffic, which in the most extreme case would amount to less than one day's worth of the current volume. James Lankford, (R, OK): "belief that the post office can’t handle an additional 100 million pieces of mail right before the November election, ignores the fact that last year during the week of December 16, the post office handled over 2.5 billion pieces of first class mail in one week."
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4/27/21 Trump's Postmaster General on whether the Post Office will be able to handle an expected surge in mail-in ballots for the 2020 US election
[link] The postmaster general encouraged voters to request ballots early and return them early but said he is confident that the Postal Service can handle any surge in ballot traffic, which in the most extreme case would amount to less than one day's worth of the current volume. James Lankford, (R, OK): "belief that the post office can’t handle an additional 100 million pieces of mail right before the November election, ignores the fact that last year during the week of December 16, the post office handled over 2.5 billion pieces of first class mail in one week."
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4/25/21 GOP sharing Stefanik's allegations of House rule breaking
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Marty Johnson says that what Nunes did was against House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Kyle Cheney saying Nunes and Stefanik broke House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Jackie Kucinich says that House Republicans broke House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Media Matters on whether Republicans broke House rules during impeachment proceedings
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Ryan Saavedra of The Daily Wire describes the impeachment hearing
[link] Stefanik tweets: "Once again, Adam Schiff flat out REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans." [The tweet has since been deleted.]
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4/25/21 Slate.com states that Republicans manufacture outrage
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Mia Love states that Stefanik did not break House rules
[link] Stefanik tweets: "Once again, Adam Schiff flat out REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans." [The tweet has since been deleted.]
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4/25/21 Law and Crime states what the US House rules state
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Snopes describes how Stefanik broke House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/25/21 Rep Stefanik claims abuse of power on the part of House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff
[link] Stefanik tweets: "Once again, Adam Schiff flat out REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans." [The tweet has since been deleted.]
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4/25/21 George Conway tweets the relevant content of HR 660
[link] Stefanik tweets: "Once again, Adam Schiff flat out REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans." [The tweet has since been deleted.]
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4/24/21 Jason Subik of teh Daily Gazette describes House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/24/21 Monica Hesse states that Stefanik acted against House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/24/21 Axios says that Republicans know the rules and defied them
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/24/21 The Press-Republican states that Adam Schiff was enforcing the rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/24/21 Vox.com says Rep Stefanik broke House rules
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/24/21 Jon Ward says that Rep Stefanik broke House rules and then misled the press about it
[link] True of False: Rep Devin Nunes and Rep Elise Stefanik broke House rules during the second day of Impeachment hearings, Nov 2019 [link] [link] [link] [link]
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4/24/21 Ryan Saavedra claims that Adam Schiff's behavior towards Rep Stefanik was appalling
[link] Stefanik tweets: "Once again, Adam Schiff flat out REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans." [The tweet has since been deleted.]
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4/24/21 US House Resolution 660
[link] The text of the rules in place for the hearing state (pages 2-3), "the chair and ranking minority member of the Permanent Select Committee shall be permitted to question witnesses for equal specified periods of longer than five minutes, as determined by the chair... Only the chair and ranking minority member, or a Permanent Select Committee employee if yielded to by the chair or ranking minority member, may question witnesses during such periods of questioning."
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4/24/21 Former GOP Oversight spokesperson calls Stefanik a liar
[link] Stefanik tweets: "Once again, Adam Schiff flat out REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans." [The tweet has since been deleted.]
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4/20/21 Rep Greene's tweet claiming that Nothing was open in DC
[link] True or False: "In [Washington,] DC, NOTHING is open" on November, 14, 2020
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