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Arnold Schwarzenegger likened the U.S. Capitol siege to Nazi attacks in Europe in a video in which he called President Trump "the worst president ever." LA Times
VOA VIEW: Backstabbing coward.
British scientists have bolstered their case that the new coronavirus variant spreads more easily than its predecessors. It could be worse in the U.S., they warn. LA Times
Big Tech is a cartel, and must be regulated. Parler, the alternative social-media site that aims to be “the world’s premier free speech platform,” surged to No. 1 on Apple’s app store Friday as Twitter was banning President Trump indefinitely. On Saturday, Apple and Google banned the site, stopping new users from downloading the app —... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Big Tech finally went too far.

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Landing at Palm Beach International Airport, I was ready to see how the other half lived. The COVID-sane half, that is. Our family hadn’t left New York since March. We had read about how Florida was able to maintain a case rate similar or lower than New York’s while shunning our crippling lockdowns. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Cuomo looks like the fool he is.
The US joined Australia, the UK and Canada on Sunday in condemning the recent arrest of dozens of pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Fifty-five people — including American human rights lawyer John Clancey — were rounded up last week for participating in unofficial election primaries for legislative elections, in violation of a Chinese law aimed... New York Post
VOA VIEW: As it should be.
The ban on President Trump and his allies by Big Tech companies following the US Capitol riot is part of an effort to silence right-wing voices by firms that have “monopoly power,” Sen. Marco Rubio, (R-Fla.) said Sunday. “We are now living in a country where four or five companies, unelected, unaccountable, have the monopoly... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.
The app has renewed a debate about who holds power over online speech after the tech giants yanked their support for it and left it fighting for survival. Parler was set to go dark on Monday. New York Times
VOA VIEW: It's about time the fools make the big mistake.
The Pentagon also has been asked to review all members who will be part of the security detail for President-elect Joe Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: who will the Dems blame if something goes wrong?
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said that if the House votes to impeach President Donald Trump, the earliest his chamber could take up the issue is one day before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. UPI
VOA VIEW: You can impeach someone who is not in office.

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A new winter storm is beginning to develop in the southern high plains this morning and it will bring some snow across Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. ABC
VOA VIEW: Keep warm.
Police declared the gathering an unlawful assembly because of acts of violence. ABC
VOA VIEW: How far will Dems continue the madness.
Trump will travel to the town of Alamo, Texas, on Tuesday. ABC
"I will tell you that given the events of last week, that this inauguration preparation has to be different than any other inauguration with only 10 days to go," Bowser told "Face the Nation." CBS
VOA VIEW: Bowser is mad.

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Roughly 22.1 million doses of the coronavirus vaccines have been distributed and nearly 6.7 million people have received their first of two doses, according to the CDC. CBS
VOA VIEW: Dems and liberals are a fault.
In Japan, China and Australia, where coronavirus cases have dropped significantly, analysts and operators are seeing box offices recover and thrive. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Asia lies.
Getting a Covid vaccine as soon as it's available will be good for your finances, experts say, particularly in hard-hit communities, such as Latinos. CNBC

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Pickups accounted for five of the industry's 10 best-selling vehicles in 2020. They accounted for 13% of the roughly 14.5 million vehicles sold last year. CNBC
The FAA chief warned travelers could face hefty fines or jail time for unruly behavior, a warning that comes after onboard disturbances by Trump supporters. CNBC
House Majority Whip James Clyburn on Sunday said House Democrats might wait until after President-elect Joe Biden's first 100 days in office to send any articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate, a move that would give the incoming President time to tackle his agenda in Congress before the start of a time-consuming trial. CNN
VOA VIEW: Foolish waste of time by liberal Dems.
Sen. Pat Toomey said Sunday that President Donald Trump should resign from office and could face "criminal liability" after the deadly insurrection at the US Capitol, becoming the second Republican senator to call for the President's resignation. CNN
VOA VIEW: Fool, if true.
Already under scrutiny for a viral video released the day she was sworn in, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is facing calls to resign after making inflammatory remarks ahead of the riot at the US Capitol. CNN
VOA VIEW: Dems are doing all possible to gain a bigger edge.

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The CEO of Parler, a social media platform popular among conservatives, told Mediaite that it removed a post from attorney Lin Wood calling for Vice President Mike Pence to be executed by "firing squads." CNN
VOA VIEW: Where does Pence really stand?
The president of Seattle's rank and file police officer's union is facing an internal investigation and calls to apologize or resign after tweets suggesting liberal activists are partly to blame for the U.S. Capitol riot. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.
The United States has reported 2.2 million COVID-19 cases and 27,163 deaths in the first 10 days of 2021, while lawmakers may have been exposed to the virus while locked down during a riot at the Capitol Wednesday. UPI

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