Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

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Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

Democrat Doug Jones speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Birmingham, Ala., on Wednesday. Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill dismissed the viral story that over 5,000 of the votes for Jones in Tuesday’s special U.S. Senate election were cast by the dead. “There are not 5,000 dead people on the voters rolls unless they died today,” Merrill told the AP on Thursday.
Jacksonville Jaguars players kneel before the national anthem before an NFL football game against the New York Jets in East Rutherford, N.J., on Oct. 1. The Jaguars say they have no plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, despite the claims first published in the Patriot Post satire site and shared widely on several conservative sites. The satire piece said the Jaguars had lost income because team members kneeled for the national anthem at home games.
Starbucks is not giving out $50 coupons in exchange for completing an online survey. The coffee chain said the links being shared on social media are phony and have been circulating for years.

Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

Democrat Doug Jones speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Birmingham, Ala., on Wednesday. Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill dismissed the viral story that over 5,000 of the votes for Jones in Tuesday’s special U.S. Senate election were cast by the dead. “There are not 5,000 dead people on the voters rolls unless they died today,” Merrill told the AP on Thursday.
Jacksonville Jaguars players kneel before the national anthem before an NFL football game against the New York Jets in East Rutherford, N.J., on Oct. 1. The Jaguars say they have no plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, despite the claims first published in the Patriot Post satire site and shared widely on several conservative sites. The satire piece said the Jaguars had lost income because team members kneeled for the national anthem at home games.
Starbucks is not giving out $50 coupons in exchange for completing an online survey. The coffee chain said the links being shared on social media are phony and have been circulating for years.
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