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Fox News 13 Jan 2021

Tucker investigates the threats and violence Twitter won't police


The Federalist journalist David Marcus go through a list of all the things that Twitter is refusing to censor, while they crackdown on conservative speech. #FoxNews #Tucker

Former UK Defense Official Nick Pope joins Tucker Carlson to talk about what could happen when classified briefings of UFO findings are released to Congress. #FoxNews #Tucker
France has seen a turbulent autumn - with the pandemic only part of the reason. Ongoing street protests against police violence, multiple terrorist attacks…Now President Macron wants to take back control - with legislation that critics see as a repressive turn to the right. Following terror attacks in October, a new draft law to curb the influence of Islamism would make it easier to inspect or shut radical mosques, limit home-schooling, and otherwise widen the government's powers to restrict behavior deemed harmful to the values of the Republic. Critics see those values themselves as at risk of being undermined; the legislation, along with a draft security law, is sparking pushback and protests.
Baseless claims of election fraud have led to threats of violence against election officials and employees. A new article from the Associated Press looks at the rhetoric that's riling people up and the impact it's having. Colleen Long, co-author of the story "Trump grievances feed menacing undertow after the election," breaks down what she and her colleague found.
Georgia elections official Gabriel Sterling emotionally spoke out about the threats made toward election officials in the wake of the 2020 election, particularly criticizing President Trump and Republican lawmakers who have not spoken out.

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