Exclusive: Over 432,000 Votes Removed From Trump in Pennsylvania: Data Scientists Say | Facts Matter


According to the Data Integrity Group, over 432K votes were removed from President Trump during the November election.

Over in Georgia, days before the Senate election, Facebook blocked the Republican candidates from running fundraising ads on the platform.

The House introduced a proposal to ban gender-specific words like “father, mother, son”, etc.

And there are now 12 confirmed senators who will challenge the election results on January 6th. They are calling for a Congressional Commission to investigate fraud.

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EXCLUSIVE: Facebook’s ‘independent’ fact-checking certifier exposed as Hillary Clinton supporter

An outspoken Twitter activist critical of Donald Trump who brags about being on “team” Hillary Clinton is a supposedly independent expert who approves and recommends organisations to become Facebook fact-checkers.

Facebook fact-checkers have extraordinary powers to censor news stories they disagree with, demonetize news organisations and ban news outlets entirely.

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Candace Owens wins stoush with 'biased' factchecking site PolitiFact

Prominent conservative commentator Candace Owens has won a challenge against PolitiFact after the fact-checking website labeled a video she posted as “false" and caused it to be to be censored on Facebook.

Ms Owens posted a video on November 12, which she called: “Joe Biden is literally and legally not the President-elect. So why is the media pretending he is?”

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Worst ever Chinese knockoff cars - the most blatant copies exposed! 🚗🚗🚗

You may not know this, but a number of Chinese car brands have a history of ripping off other car manufacturers. Thankfully it's not that common these days, although there are still a few that slip through the cracks! So you're probably asking yourself - how bad are these knock offs, and which brands have they copied? Well, wonder no more! Sit back and enjoy our list of the worst ever Chinese knock off cars!

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