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Newsmax TV 27 Nov 2020

This is the plot to steal America


Newsmax TV's Joe Pinion breaks down continued lockdowns and measures enacted by certain lawmakers across the country, and on the heels of giving thanks in 2020, whether or not these policies are a plot to 'STEAL' the nation. - via Greg Kelly Reports, weekdays at 7PM ET on Newsmax TV

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said chaos in the U.S. is a ‘gift' to the Communist Party of China.
Dr. John Eastman, professor at Chapman University School of Law, comments to Newsmax TV's Chris Salcedo on the possible legal angles Trump supporters can look to for updates on the legal battle to possibly lead to a Trump win, and the lawmakers and state officials that would be involved in the major decisions. - via The Chris Salcedo Show, weekdays at 5PM ET on Newsmax TV
CNN's Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo discuss Don's new book "This is the Fire" and what inspired him to write it.
Volkan Bozkir, President of the 75th session of the General Assembly sends a message on the International Day of Education and Lifelong Learning.

"This International Day of Education and Lifelong Learning is like no other, as we contend with the greatest disruption to education in the history of the United Nations.  
Today, over 300 million students are out of school, and almost 1.6 billion learners have experienced a disruption in education as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  
I commend all teachers, who have adapted their classrooms and undertaken remote lessons in order to ensure continuity in education. I also applaud parents, who have done their utmost to facilitate learning at home.   
Above all, I am thinking of all students around the world who are struggling to learn at home, perhaps missing their friends, feeling frustrated or despondent about the future. Do not despair. You will get through this difficult period and you will pursue your dreams.  
It is up to the Member States to ensure this becomes a reality. We need to take urgent action in this Decade of Action and Delivery to invest in our education systems, including improving access to technology so that we can recover from this tumultuous period.   
If we are to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all, we need to build resilient, inclusive education systems that allow all students to return to school. To do so, we must meet the needs of those at risk of being left behind. Including children with disabilities and those living in conflict-affected areas, as well as the 11 million girls who are at risk of not re-entering the classroom.   
Now is the time to re-commit to education.    
I thank you".

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