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This Automatic Hands-Free Foaming Soap Dispenser is Now 33% Off

posted by Mark Myerson - 10.14.20

Washing your hands regularly is the best way to avoid catching a nasty virus. Unfortunately, you can end up spreading germs via the sink or the soap dispenser itself.

Eliminate that possibility with this Automatic Hands-Free Foaming Soap Dispenser. You simply place your hands under the nozzle to receive the perfect amount of soap — no contact required. It’s normally priced at $29, but Hannity viewers can get it today for just $19.95.

While hand sanitizer offers some protection from the novel coronavirus, the CDC still recommends regular handwashing. When you get home from work or a shopping trip, the sink should be the first place you visit.

Of course, that means you could be transferring germs to the soap dispenser, and there’s just no reason to add another variable to the mix when you could instead have one less thing to worry about.

The Automatic Hands-Free Foaming Soap Dispenser solves this issue with its 320ml tank and an efficient electric motor that help it deliver bubbles on demand in the safest way possible. The dispenser runs on four AA batteries (not included), and the clean design will also fit nicely in any bathroom or kitchen.

When it’s time for your 20-or-more seconds of sudsing up, this dispenser’s Infrared sensors detect your presence and react within 0.25 seconds. While you hold your hand there, the dispenser will keep producing foam. As a result, you can get as much as you need, but you may want to supervise any kids who are around before you have a whole new mess to clean up. Let’s face it though: no matter your age, foamy soap is kind of fun. 

It retails for $29, but viewers can pick up the dispenser today for only $19.95. You can also get a two-pack for $38.99 (was $59) or a three-pack for $57.99 (was $89).

 

Automatic Hands-Free Foaming Soap Dispenser – $19.95

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Prices subject to change 

POLITICAL CIRCUS: Senator Hirono Asks Judge Barrett if She’s Ever ‘Committed Sexual Assault’

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.14.20

Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono surprised millions of viewers this week when she asked Judge Amy Coney Barrett whether she had ever “committed assault of a sexual nature” during her confirmation hearings.

“Have you ever made unwanted requests for sexual favors… or committed assault of a sexual nature?” asked Sen. Hirono.

“Have you ever entered into a settlement for this kind of behavior?” she added.

“No, I have not,” fired-back Barrett.

Watch the exchange above.

REPORT: Biden’s Son-In-Law Advising Campaign on Virus While Investing in ‘CoVID Startups’

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.13.20

Vice President Joe Biden’s son-in-law is reportedly advising his 2020 campaign on the Coronavirus pandemic while investing in CoVID-related startup companies; raising serious new questions over ethics violations just weeks before election day.

“At the same time that Joe Biden’s son-in-law, Howard Krein, has been advising Biden’s campaign on its coronavirus response, Krein’s venture capital business has been running a special initiative to invest in health care startups that offer solutions to the pandemic,” reports Politico.

“In March, as Covid-19 began spreading in the United States, the investment firm, StartUp Health, unveiled a new coronavirus initiative soliciting pitches from entrepreneurs with products that addressed the outbreak,” adds the website. “The next month, reports in Bloomberg and the New York Times listed Krein among those participating in daily calls to brief Biden on health policy during the pandemic, while StartUp Health announced its intention to invest $1 million across 10 startups with coronavirus applications within 30 days.”

Read the full report at Politico.

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