Morning Greatness: No QAnon Attack on Capitol

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Biden Attorney General Nominee Pleads Ignorance on Gun Control Limits
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Sen. Toomey Digs Through COVID-19 Relief Bill, Finds ‘Tens Of Billions Of Dollars’ In Unnecessary Spending
Cotton to block Garland’s quick confirmation to lead Biden DOJ
Biden forced to send team to the border as child migrant influx escalates
9 in SUV have major injuries in border crash that killed 13

Civil unrest/CRT/BLM:
National Guard Requested at Capitol for Two More Months
YouTube Blacklists Donald Trump’s CPAC Speech, Suspends RSBN Channel
AP reporter claims ‘no violence’ at BLM protests, condemns ‘White’ ‘Trump supporters’ at Capitol riot
Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot
Court narrows law used to target white supremacists
Dallas police officer charged with 2 counts of capital murder
Arizona Department of Education Teaches that White Babies and Toddlers Are Racist
Mississippi governor says he’ll sign bill banning transgender athletes from women’s sports
‘They’re Letting Everyone Else Out’: Capitol Rioter Has Outburst During Court Hearing
eBay scraps ‘canceled’ Dr. Seuss books from site
Dr. Seuss book sales soar after 6 titles canceled for ‘racist’ imagery
Chicago teen murdered by Latin King gang members over haircut
Oakland homicides up 400% so far this year

Coronavirus news:
States shift to vaccinate those in their 50s against Covid-19 as supply expands
Woman gets part-time job at nursing home so she can visit her dad during pandemic
Connecticut lifting almost all COVID-19 capacity limits on businesses
Woman shot while dining outside famed Beverly Hills restaurant Il Pastaio
Here’s Why Teachers Can Avoid In-Person Classes While Grocery Store Workers Must Show Up For Work
Cuomo advisers altered COVID-19 nursing homes report: WSJ
WarnerMedia CEO Says Coronavirus ‘Really Good for Ratings’
Businesses continue with mask requirements despite states lifting mandates
W.H.O. Won’t Issue Interim Report on Wuhan Visit, Citing Insufficient Data from China

Other morsels:
HEROES. Thai navy sailors rescue cats from sinking ship that caught on fire
Scores of political groups sidestepped Facebook’s ad ban
YouTube CEO: Trump to be reinstated once ‘risk of violence’ passes
Poll: Most New Yorkers don’t want Cuomo to resign, say he should not run for reelection
‘The View’ doesn’t disclose that Whoopi Goldberg headlined Cuomo fundraiser as show covers scandals
Social Security Administration sounds alarm over spike in scamming attempts
North Korean nuclear activity detected, possibly extracting plutonium

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

Photo: Members of the National Guard patrol the grounds of the US Capitol on March 4, 2021, in Washington, DC. - Lawmakers and staff were advised to stay away from the US Capitol after the FBI and Homeland Security Department warned that violent militia groups and QAnon followers had discussed attacking the legislature on or about March 4. The FBI-Homeland Security bulletin said extremists are still motivated by unfounded Republican claims of widespread voter fraud in the November presidential election won by Democrat Joe Biden. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

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