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In a big win for election integrity, the Supreme Court has ruled that mail-in ballots with missing information on them can’t be counted. Pennsylvania had allowed ballots missing the required date on them to be counted, but the top court said that was a no-no. It won’t change any 2020 elections, but sets the rules straight for the November election.
Former President Trump took it on the chin again when the National Archives rejected his claim that other presidents took gobs of classified papers with them.
Nashville, the last place in the world you’d think would go ‘woke,’ has done it, says star John Rich. The singer of the No. 1 anti-woke song “Progress” says he no longer feels welcome in Country City USA.
And we’ve got the list of the wild sex charges against Bill Murray, including some from Geena Davis who said she had to face his “thumper.”
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Supremes Agree With GOP, Don’t Count Undated Mail-In Ballots
National Archives Rejects Trump Claim Others Also Took Documents
Country’s No. 1 John Rich Says Nashville Has Gone ‘Woke,’
Geena Davis Said Murray Acted Inappropriately With Her During ShootContinue to Article
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