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Protests by armed right-wing groups erupted at some state capitols, but remained small and peaceful LA Times
VOA VIEW: Biden and liberal over reach stupidity.
Since the U.S. Capitol insurrection, President Trump has suffered greater losses in support than ever before. Still, his popularity among his base is unwavering. LA Times
VOA VIEW: The truth will prevail while Biden will fail.
Retailers stopped selling MyPillow products after CEO Mike Lindell pushed claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: Sad - the left is going very far.

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As Homeland Security secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas would oversee immigration as well as counter-terrorism, emergency management and cybersecurity. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Bad for Americans.
Nearly 25,000 National Guard troops are in Washington to provide security after the Capitol attack and to protect President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. LA Times
VOA VIEW: A BS threat by Dems and liberals.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday attacked President Trump over a potential pardon of Sheldon Silver, the corrupt former speaker of the New York Assembly — and suggested it could be “a favor for someone in the Jewish community.” New York Post
VOA VIEW: Cuomo is an idiot.
"Today. Inauguration Day 2021. It’s either historical — or hysterical." New York Post
VOA VIEW: Count on hysterical.
The report equates progressivism to fascism and communism, condones the nation's history with slavery and calls for "patriotic education" in schools.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.
President Donald Trump offered rare, kind words to his successor in a farewell video, while failing to address him by name, as he spent his final full day in office preparing to issue a flurry of pardons in a near-deserted White House, surrounded by an extraordinary security ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: All know that Biden is no president.

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President Donald Trump is expected to spend his last full day in office issuing a flurry of pardons and bidding farewell to the American public from a near-deserted White House surrounded by an extraordinary security presence outside ABC
VOA VIEW: Good!
The Trump administration is issuing a final parting shot to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro with a fresh round of sanctions ABC
VOA VIEW: Well deserved.
The grim news comes as Los Angeles is battling a more contagious variant of the virus. California leads the world in coronavirus cases, with over 3 million residents infected. CBS
VOA VIEW: Sad!
The Senate will deal with a 50-50 split, President Trump's impeachment trial and confirmation of President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet. CNBC

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Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse urged IRS to review the tax exempt status of Turning Point USA, a dark-money group led by pro-Trump conservative Charlie Kirk. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Left punishment!
Stocks have gained about 13% since Election Day as of Tuesday, a day before Joe Biden's inauguration -- marking the the best post-election market performance for a new president since JFK, according to CFRA Research. CNN
VOA VIEW: Thanks to Trump.
At least a dozen people were arrested in Seattle Monday when a group of people showing their support for Black Lives Matter blocked a freeway, causing traffic delays throughout the afternoon. FOX News

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Security officials across local and federal agencies are on heightened alert a day before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, and the hunt for a bombmaker and new IEDs in the DC area is a top priority, the FBI said Tuesday.  FOX News
VOA VIEW: Biden fear.
Israeli defense minister Benny Gantz on Tuesday halted a proposal by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to legalize several unrecognized West Bank outposts, calling the move "irresponsible." UPI
President-elect Joe Biden's administration has signaled it will cancel a move by the Trump administration to lift COVID-19 travel bans to the United States from most of Europe and Brazil. UPI
VOA VIEW: The only thing he will not ease.
North Korea's budget increased at a lower rate for 2021 than last year at a session of the Supreme People's Assembly on Sunday, according to Seoul's unification ministry. UPI
VOA VIEW: NK will go back to its old ways.
A commission formed by President Donald Trump released a report instructing educators to teach slavery in a broader context while grouping progressivism and identity politics with racism as threats to U.S. principles. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good!

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January 20, 2021

     Schumer will look like the idiot he is.  Sen. Lindsey Graham, who earlier this month had criticized President Donald Trump over his demands to overturn his election loss, expressed more support for him on Sunday – though he did warn the president not to pardon insurrectionists who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. "To seek a pardon of these people would be wrong ... I think it would destroy President Trump, and I hope we don't go down that road," Graham said on the Fox News program "Sunday Morning Futures." Overall, Graham was more positive when he was asked if he had a message for Trump.

     "Mr. President, your policies will stand the test of time," he said on the Fox program that Trump is known to watch. "You're the most important figure in the Republican Party. You can shape the direction of the party, keep your movement alive."  Sen. Lindsey Graham, who earlier this month had criticized President Donald Trump over his demands to overturn his election loss, expressed more support for him on Sunday – though he did warn the president not to pardon insurrectionists who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

     "To seek a pardon of these people would be wrong ... I think it would destroy President Trump, and I hope we don't go down that road," Graham said on the Fox News program "Sunday Morning Futures." Overall, Graham was more positive when he was asked if he had a message for Trump. "Mr. President, your policies will stand the test of time," he said on the Fox program that Trump is known to watch. "You're the most important figure in the Republican Party. You can shape the direction of the party, keep your movement alive."