Drudge Retort: The Other Side of the News


Friday, October 22, 2021

Rudy Giuliani's former associate Lev Parnas was convicted on six counts related to "influence buying" campaign finance schemes. read more

An internal evaluation of Twitter's recommendation algorithms concluded they amplify right-leaning political content more than left-leaning, company researchers announced Thursday, undercutting allegations by many conservatives who contend they are being censored on the platform. read more

Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville says Former President Trump urged to protect himself on January 6 as Trump's enraged supporters made their way towards the Senate chamber.

Pro-Trump lawyer John Eastman is being shunned even by some of his fellow conservatives at the Federalist Society after he wrote an infamous memo outlining how Vice President Mike Pence could refuse to certify the results of the 2020 election. read more

A woman convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to four years in prison after suffering a miscarriage has received public outcry for what some say is an injustice. read more

First it was toilet paper. Then it was processors and other silicon. Now it's cardboard. (And there's a whole lot of other stuff in between.) read more

Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Liz Cheney argued about Greene's "Jewish space laser" Facebook post. read more

The California Republican party understands that it will likely never again win a Statewide election in California and that its remaining base is smaller every day. read more

Two days after arriving at a Fredericksburg, Va., hospital with covid-19 in September, Misty Mitchem was put on a ventilator. Another two days later, she died. read more

On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved booster shots for all adults who got Johnson & Johnson's one-shot Covid vaccine, and a select group of fully vaccinated Moderna recipients. read more

The Supreme Court will take up the Texas abortion law on the merits next month in a rare highly-expedited case that could definitively resolve the fate of its six-week ban and unprecedented enforcement mechanism. read more

President Joe Biden said Thursday the US was committed to coming to Taiwan's defense if it comes under attack from China -- a stance that seems in opposition to America's stated policy of "strategic ambiguity." Asked twice during CNN's town hall whether the US would protect Taiwan if China attacked, Biden said it would. "Yes, we have a commitment to do that," he said. read more

5 military veteran advisors to the senator have quit after writing an open letter declaring that she is an obstacle to progress in America. read more

School officials in Texas forced a 9-year-old boy to serve an in-school suspension for a month, deprived him of recess and normal lunch breaks, and banished him from campus to an alternative school " all to pressure the fourth-grader into getting a haircut, a new lawsuit says. read more

Gov. Mike Parson escalated his war with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Wednesday when his political operation published a video doubling down on his attack against a reporter who informed the state that a state website revealed teacher Social Security numbers. read more

Nearly a year after offering up a hefty bounty for evidence of voter fraud in the wake of Donald Trump's loss, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has handed out his first reward. But instead of going to an informant who smoked out fraud by Democrats, Patrick's five-figure payout went to a progressive poll worker in Pennsylvania whose tip led to a single conviction of illegal voting by a registered Republican. read more


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