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by January 11, 2022
Twitter has suspended @ExposeFauci, an account set up by Project Veritas to promote the organization's most recent bombshell, the release of documents revealing US government involvement in gain of function research on bat-borne coronaviruses in China. In February 2021, Project Veritas' main Twitter account was banned. Twitter claimed that the journalistic organization's attempts to interview Facebook VP Guy Rosen at his home violated the platform's "posting private information" policies. Twit...
by December 19, 2021
California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to spend $300 million starting in January as part of a new policy to aid small businesses and law enforcement affected by high-profile smash and grab thefts. Newsom plans to add the noted amount to the existing California budget, according to the New York Post. The spending proposal will include $255 million to implement law enforcement at stores, $18 million for a new organized "theft unit," and $20 million for businesses affected by thefts. "The r...
by January 9, 2022
Mayor Eric Adams (D) endorsed legislation by the city council on Sunday that will automatically become law, allowing up to one million noncitizens residing in New York City to vote. As previously reported in November, Adams has always been in favor of the move. "I think that New Yorkers should have a voice in their government," Adams stated in a statement obtained by the New York Post on Saturday. "While I had some reservations about one part of the law at first, I had a fruitful conversation...
by January 11, 2022
Joe Biden has finally thrown his support behind Democratic efforts to change Senate rules in order to ram through their "election reform" bill without the support of Republicans ahead of the midterm elections. "I'm making it clear today. To protect our democracy, I support changing the Senate rules in whatever way is necessary to prevent a minority of senators from blocking voting rights action!" On Tuesday, Biden told a small crowd in Atlanta. "We have no choice but to change the Senate rules...
by December 19, 2021 Inc was marketing a collection of President Xi Jinping's speeches and writings on its Chinese website about two years ago, when Beijing delivered an edict, according to two people familiar with the incident. The American e-commerce giant must stop allowing any customer ratings and reviews in China. A negative review of Xi's book prompted the demand, one of the people said. "I think the issue was anything under five stars," the highest rating in Amazon's five-point system, said the ot...
by January 12, 2022
An obituary for a Minnesota manufacturing worker blamed his death on Joe Biden's vaccine mandates and the experimental Covid jab. Derek Andrew McIntosh, 41, died unexpectedly last week from blood clots caused by a Covid-19 vaccination, according to an obituary posted online last week. The jab was clearly mandated by McIntosh's workplace. "Derek Andrew McIntosh died unexpectedly in the early morning hours of January 4th, 2022, due to complications from blood clots sending him into cardiac arre...
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Snow sculpture of tigers looks out over Qipanshan mountain scenic area in China’s northeastern Liaoning province. #tigers #snow #sculpture #animals #china
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January 14, 2022
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NEW ARRIVALS: Adorable twin Siberian tiger cub sisters make growly debut at zoo ahead of Chinese lunar year of the tiger. #tigers #babyanimals #zoo
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