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Do Democrats want to “abolish” the suburbs?
“[Democrats] want to abolish the suburbs altogether by ending single-family home zoning.”
Patricia McCloskey on the first night of the Republican National Convention
Is the United States the only country to have its unemployment rate triple during the pandemic?
“Our unemployment rate is more than twice as high as South Korea’s, 2 1/2 times the United Kingdom’s, and more than three times Japan’s. Donald Trump says we’re leading the world. Well, we are the only major industrial economy to have its unemployment rate triple.”
Former President Bill Clinton during the Democratic National Convention on Aug. 18.
Has the Trump administration created more jobs in the last three months than Obama did in eight years?
Can mail-in ballots get sent to the wrong address?
Absentee voting: voter requests ballot, there's a check to confirm voter is eligible, *then* the voter receives a ballot.— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) August 6, 2020
Mass mail-in voting: EVERYONE gets a ballot even if they didn't request one. Ballots can be sent to wrong address & ripe for fraud/errors.
Not the same.
Is the USPS advising voters to send in ballots two weeks before Election Day?
.@USPS says you should give mail in ballots at least 14 days round trip. No guarantees.— Tony Dokoupil (@tonydokoupil) July 24, 2020
So if you plan to vote by mail, election day isn’t November 3rd.
It’s October 20th.
Don’t be one of the *tens of thousands* of people whose vote wasn’t counted in 2016.
Are children less susceptible to COVID-19 and less likely to transmit it?
“Now, [children] don’t catch it easily; they don’t bring it home easily. And if they do catch it, they get better fast.”
President Donald Trump during a July 22 press conference
Did Ivanka Trump violate an ethics rule by promoting Goya products?
Does wearing a mask void concealed carry ability?
Multiple Facebook posts, including this one from user Chad Herdandez
Are the country’s most “dangerous” cities Democrat-run?