Gretchen Whitmer

Gretchen Whitmer

MI Governor Gretchen Whitmer speaking at a podium with a masked person standing to her right

Militia/Terrorist Group Plot To Kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Foiled By Feds

Yesterday, a group of thirteen people were rounded up by federal and state law enforcement officers and charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and storm the walls of the state capitol building in Lansing, MI. The group now faces several felony charges that indicate they were intending
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Trump wearing a face mask

Trump All In Against COVID-19 and Dr. Fauci as His Reelection Odds Remain Low

It appears that President Donald Trump is running out of options to defend his reputation against the rising numbers of Coronavirus infections in many states across the country. Despite the President wanting to move onward with reopening in an effort to reestablish many previously established rising economic
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Las Vegas odds for Joe Biden's Vice Presidential running mate heavily favor women

Betting Odds On Joe Biden’s VP Pick Show No Clear Favorite

The 2020 Democratic primary is down to a single candidate for President, and Joe Biden’s odds of winning the nomination will payout at sportsbooks in Las Vegas and around the globe when the party convention is held in August. Betting odds on Biden’s Vice Presidential running mate are now the focus of
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Trump vs Biden odds of winning 2020 US Presidential Election Odds Easter, Kamala as Democrat VP pick

Bettors Hop On Trump 2020 Odds, Biden Hunts For VP Golden Egg

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, political oddsmakers continue to favor President Donald Trump to beat former Vice President Joe Biden on November 3, 2020. Based on the latest 2020 US presidential election betting odds at Bovada Sportsbook, an influx of public money on Trump’s line increased his probability
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Biden VP Pick Odds 2020

Biden VP Pick Odds Feature Only Women, But Who Catches JoeFever?

The job of Vice President of the United States, as the second-highest ranking elected official in the executive branch, can sometimes be more vital than who sits in the White House. Succeeding the President upon death or resignation and presiding over the Senate (casting a vote only to break a tie) are the two
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