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"It makes me mad that the FBI knew that the primary sub-source, a single individual, was a suspected Russian agent," Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told host Sean Hannity. "They used that person's work product to get a warrant against an American citizen on four different occasions. They never informed the court of this exculpatory evidence.--Senator Lindsey Graham

Among Republicans, 75% say they disapprove of the protests, up from 56% in June. Just 9% approve, down from 29% then. And more Republicans now describe protests as mostly or all violent, 52% vs. 36%. Among Democrats, 70% approve, and close to half describe them as mostly or all peaceful. Still, roughly as many describe them as a mix of both.

JUST IN: An FBI official who served on Robert Mueller’s team said he believed the special counsel’s prosecution of former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn was part of an attitude to “get Trump,” and that he did not wish to pursue a Trump-Russia collusion investigation as it was “not there" and considered it to be a "dead end."

In a decision that could affect more than a million votes in South Carolina for the Nov. 3 election, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that mail-in absentee ballots must include witness signatures.
A three-judge panel for the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals blocked an order issued Friday by U.S. District Judge Michelle Childs that would have waived the witness-signature.
In a brief filed with the appeals court on behalf of the state Election Commission, state Attorney General Alan Wilson argued that Childs "clearly erred" in waiving the witness-signature requirement for the Nov. 3 election.
South Carolina Senate President Harvey Peeler also praised the court's decision.
“I am pleased that the United States Court of Appeals stopped Judge Childs’ order," Peeler said in an emailed statement. "I appreciate the fact the Court agrees with the South Carolina General Assembly that we have protected the voter and the vote in the November election."
The Democrats have attempted to make many changes to the Nov 3 election process in SC. The SC legislature rejected all but 2 - any registered voter can obtain an absentee ballot due to State of Emergeny or vote during 29 days of in-person voting due to State of Emergency beginning Monday, Oct 5.
In Spartanburg County the location for in-person voting will be Spartanburg County Memorial Auditorium lower level, 8:30-5 pm and Saturdays 9 - 1.


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