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On Monday morning — Memorial Day — Christian Cooper was bird-watching in the wooded area of Central Park known as the Ramble when he saw a dog off leash. Cooper, a black man, asked the dog’s owner, a white woman, to leash her dog (while there are many off leash areas for dogs in Central Park, the Ramble is not one of them) and the next thing he knew, the woman was calling the cops, telling Cooper, “I’m going to tell them there’s an African-American man threatening my life.”

Video of the incident, which Cooper filmed on his phone, went viral on Monday evening, after his sister, Melody Cooper, posted it to Twitter. It has since been retweeted over 100,000 times.
>white woman got butthurt when her poor dog handling was questioned
You just know

I think I read an article calling her "Darth Karen", pretty good IMO

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BERLIN — The number of anti-Semitic crimes committed in Germany rose last year by 13%, Interior Minster Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday, laying the blame squarely on right-wing radicals.

Germany has stepped up efforts to counter far-right groups in recent months, especially after a gunman in the city of Halle killed two people outside a synagogue in October.

"The biggest threat in our country comes from the right. This is a reality...We must remain alert and tackle it," said Seehofer, a Bavarian conservative.

Authorities registered 2,032 crimes with an anti-Semitic background, up 13% from 2018, and Seehofer said more than 90% of those were perpetrated by right-wing radicals, said Seehofer.

Germany's Jewish community expressed shock.

"The attack in Halle last year was a signal," said Josef Schuster, President of the Central Council of Jews, urging politicians and society do more to fight anti-Semitism which, he said, had become commonplace in Germany.

"Especially on the Internet, unrestrained hatred hits us. But also on the streets and in schools the rejection of Jews is a massive problem," he said.

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I'm left and actually believe these things. Nothing but red flags of deceit since failing to win Hillary the presidency with the best unfair odds she could ever hope for
It's ok to see, just don't touch. Don't touch me, or vandalize, or vomit violent crimes. Then it's all totally cool, I just don't want to see real life stereotypes of danger playing out in front of me 90% of the time being predictably criminal.
Fun fact. The rise of the 3rd reich was a reaction to the left taking over for the previous decade, having led to irrecoverable migrant and economic crisis. Spurred, for the most part, by left owned media outlets
I'm sure it was really the leftist media and not World War 1.

Yeah, all religion sucks. Anyways, let’s ONLY back the brown one!!!

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A Chinese family recently sued Chinese gaming giant Tencent after their two children were left fighting for their lives a after jumping off of a building to see if they would come back to life like their favorite video game characters.

The two siblings, aged 11 and 9, reportedly became addicted to popular video games Mini World and Game of Peace during the lockdown caused by the spread of the SarsCov-2 virus. Their parents had bought them a smartphone, and they would spend up to eight hours a day playing the two mobile games at the family home in Handan, China. On March 22, the two children jumped off of the family’s 50-foot-tall residential building to see if they would come back to life, just like their video game avatars. The pair were critically injured, breaking numerous bones, and required several surgical procedures.

“[My sister] said: ‘Big brother, let’s see whether we’ll come back to life like in the game.’ Then she and I tried [jumping off the building],” the 11-year-old revealed to reporters. “She was willing at first, then she was afraid. I told her to close her eyes, then I took her hand and went first. I don’t remember what happened after that.”

“We wanted to try and see whether we could fly or come back to life, like in Game of Peace and Mini World,” the boy added. “In Mini World creative mode, you never die no matter how many times you fall.”

Shen Haiyong, the children’s 39-year-old father recalled seeing his young daughter with a huge gash on her cheek and eyes wide open staring into nothingness after the fall. He grabbed her and went to the hospital, and paramedics soon arrived with his 11-year-old son.
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Implying that you don't hate children? What a weirdo
>MIGAturd gets mad when he is treated the way he treats others
I thought chinks were supposed to be smart?
I wonder who is behind tencent.

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A man has been arrested in Thailand for allegedly stealing his neighbours shoes in order to have sex with them.

Theerapat Klaiya, 24, had a fetish for flip-flops and was found with a staggering 126 pairs that he had pinched from locals in Nonthaburi, central Thailand, police said.

Officers identified Klaiya using footage from CCTV set up outside his latest alleged victim’s home.

When they searched the man’s home, they found his sprawling collection of shoes that he claimed he had been collecting for more than two years.

Klaiya said he would wear them around his home as it turned him on, police claimed.

He allegedly told officers that after several hours of wearing the flip-flops, he cuddled and kissed them, stripping off and rubbing them on his body, before ‘having sex with them’.

Police said his collection included dozens of different brands, sizes and colours of shoes, all of them well worn.

The vast array of footwear was laid out in front of the Nonthaburi police station as part of a press conference on Monday.

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Based footfag.
Inb4 imagine the smell
Innocent flip flops flirting with us, seducing us, and getting us arrested. These rubbery weasels must be stopped. Why don't boots do nothing?
Legalizing flip flopping porn is what we need.
Hi Jim
Honestly based

A Florida man who thought the coronavirus was "a fake crisis" has changed his mind after he and his wife contracted COVID-19.
Brian Hitchens, a rideshare driver who lives in Jupiter, downplayed the seriousness of the coronavirus in Facebook posts in March and April.
"I'm honoring what our government says to do during this epidemic but I do not fear this virus because I know that my God is bigger than this Virus will ever be," he wrote in aposton April 2. "Jesus is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords."

In mid-April, Hitchens, 46, began documenting his and his wife's health on Facebook.
"Been home sick for over a week. Both my wife and I home sick," he wrote in aposton April 18. "I've got no energy and all I want to do is sleep."

"Looking back I should have wore a mask in the beginning but I didn't and perhaps I'm paying the price for it now," he wrote. If he passed the virus on to his wife, he said, he knows that she and God forgive him.
"So just think about what I said and if you have to go out please use wisdom and don't be foolish like I was ... so the same thing won't happen to you like it happened to me and my wife," he wrote.
Hitchens had one thing to say in a FacebookpostMonday to people who have sent him "nasty messages" saying he deserved to die: "'I AM NEGATIVE"! "PRAISE THE LORD!'"

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>It’s not made up. These folks were well passed their shedding phase.
This is a claim you pulled completely out of your ass. Go on, cite literally anything.
>lives in Uranus
Nuff said.
>this is your average /p*l/ poster
I only post one picture on pol of Ilhan Omar Sheriff Andy Griffith.

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Led by California, nearly two dozen states sued the Trump administration on Wednesday over its reversal of fuel-efficiency standards for cars and trucks, arguing that the move is based on erroneous science, and endangers public health.

The lawsuit escalates a standoff between President Trump, who has moved to undo a long list of environmental regulations since taking office, and a coalition of Democratic states, which have gone to court to stop him.

President Trump’s attempt to weaken future fuel economy standards — undoing what would have been the single biggest effort by the United States to fight the climate crisis — has been especially contentious and messy. Mr. Trump has called the rollback the crowning deregulatory achievement of his tenure, a move that he has said will save lives, lift the economy and help the auto industry.

Yet the auto industry itself has been split over the measure, which would weaken a 2012 standard that would have required automakers to improve the average fuel economy of cars and trucks to about 54 miles per gallon by 2025. The new standards set forth by the Trump administration only require automakers to improve their average fleetwide fuel economy to 40 miles per gallon.
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No one is preventing car manufacturers from making their vehicles more fuel efficient you fucking retard.
Some things are more important than money.
Not many.
Family and your race, everything else is unimportant.
They are, however, preventing the states from setting their own standards, for the sake of their big oil tycoon friends.

Fighting misinformation and conspiracy theories about the novel coronavirus has almost been as hard as battling the pandemic itself.

A conspiracy theory that Gates is planning to use a future COVID-19 vaccine to implant microchips in billions of people in order to monitor their movements has gained supporters particularly among Fox News viewers and Republicans, the survey found.

The representative survey of 1,640 US adults by YouGov for Yahoo News found that half of respondent Americans who say Fox News is their primary television news source believe the conspiracy theory. It's the largest group responding this way, followed by self-described Republicans and "Voted for Donald Trump in 2016" -- 44% of both those groups said they believed the conspiracy theory was true. 26% of respondent Republicans said it was false, and 31% said they weren't sure.


A majority of Fox News viewers (53%), along with nearly half of Trump voters (49%) and Republicans (44%), think hydroxychloroquine is an effective treatment against COVID-19 — even though study after study has not proved that to be true. In fact, a new study of 96,000 hospitalized coronavirus patients on six continents found that those who received the drug had a significantly higher risk of death compared with those who did not.

Far fewer Trump voters, say that hydroxychloroquine is ineffective (just 17%) or that they are not sure (34%)
The poll also found that a plurality of Trump voters (41%) say they would take hydroxychloroquine if it were available to them. Only 4% of Clinton voters say the same; 80% say they would not take the drug.

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Reuters is American?
Low IQ
They operate in the US and got 12 offices here.
Fuck off with your conspiracy tier garbage.
Good lord, please papi government track my every move. Giving a central body this power couldn't go wrong whatsoever.
False flag and gungrab ahead.
60% of Republicans proven retarded.

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But really, can he take a break

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Earlier, Joe's campaign might've been expected to end with the Burisma scandal. Indeed, wasn't Joe caught on tape bragging that he effectively fired the Ukranian prosecutor investigating his family? What if President Trump had done that?

Just imagine – if you can — abusing the nation's second-highest office while your family pockets millions. Moreover, you use a billion tax dollars to extort the dismissal of the prosecutor investigating you. Then, when the truth starts to emerge anyway, a former federal prosecutor in the U.S. House of Representatives impeaches the new president for looking into it. Meanwhile, The Hill suspends John Solomon, the principal journalist reporting on the matter.

That one might've made even Hillary blush.

There's also all the gaffes. Say what one must about the Clintons; at least they could tell voters what year it was and which offices they were seeking.

This all begs the question: What is the DNC's plan for the general-election debates? Joe was able to take batting practice with Bernie Sanders and friendly moderators lobbing him softballs.
But is there enough ginkgo biloba on Earth for Joe to hit Trump's fastball? The answer may be forthcoming. Beijing would likely pony up its entire supply to return to the "free trade" deals it got when Joe flew there on Air Force Two.

And Joe's record presents as big a strike zone as any Clinton's. He was around for Eric Holder's apparent revolving-door patronage, as well as Benghazi, healthcare.gov and FISA abuse.

Joe was also there for Operation Fast and Furious. The Obama administration asserted executive privilege and dodged inquiries into the operation. But will that fly on the 2020 debate stage?

How would Joe answer Donald Reynolds? He's an African American firearms collector and hip-hop distributor from Knoxville, Tennessee. Reynolds says the Obama administration railroaded him when he refused to become a straw-man weapons purchaser for Fast and Furious. He's now doing life plus 75 years even though no illegal weapons or drugs were found on him.

Reynolds' trial transcripts, however, are a treasure trove of under-publicized names, dates and places. They detail DOJ operatives trafficking large amounts of weapons and drugs across the U.S.-Mexico border to known cartels on the other side.

Joe would have to muster all of his inner-Clinton not to strike out on that one.
media can't do shit when it comes to powerful lawbreakers, just look at our current president
>might've been expected to end with the Burisma scandal. Indeed, wasn't Joe caught on tape bragging that he effectively fired the Ukranian prosecutor investigating his family?
No, he wasn't, who wrote this dishonest crap?
>n-no he was totally caught doing that
The investigator was removed before Hunter Biden started working at that company
>Post the full article
> World Net Daily
> "article"
It's a right-wing slime factory, not even an editorial or blog. Don't give it oxygen.

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As Governor Andrew Cuomo faced a spirited challenge in his bid to win New York’s 2018 Democratic primary, his political apparatus got a last-minute boost: a powerful healthcare industry group suddenly poured more than $1m into a Democratic committee backing his campaign.

Less than two years after that flood of cash from the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA), Cuomo signed legislation last month quietly shielding hospital and nursing home executives from the threat of lawsuits stemming from the coronavirus outbreak. The provision, inserted into an annual budget bill by Cuomo’s aides, created one of the nation’s most explicit immunity protections for healthcare industry officials, according to legal experts.

Critics say Cuomo removed a key deterrent against nursing home and hospital corporations cutting corners in ways that jeopardize lives. As those critics now try to repeal the provision during this final week of Albany’s legislative session, they assert that data prove such immunity is correlating to higher nursing home death rates during the pandemic – both in New York and in other states enacting similar immunity policies.

New York has become one of the globe’s major pandemic hotspots – and the center of the state’s outbreak has been nursing homes, where more than 5,000 New Yorkers have died, according to Associated Press data.

Those deaths have occurred as Cuomo’s critics say he has taken a hands-off approach to regulating the healthcare industry interests that helped bankroll his election campaign. In March, Cuomo’s administration issued an order that allowed nursing homes to readmit sick patients without testing them for Covid-19. Amid allegations of undercounted casualties, the governor also pushed back against pressure to have state regulators more stringently record and report death rates in nursing homes.
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Thank god that during a pandemic his priorities are protecting companies from the inevitable dirty shit we will see went on during all this once the dust settles. Can't make this shit up.
Gov. Cuomo’s pathetic bid to blame New York Post for his nursing home horrors

Now Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s trying to blame the messenger — that is, The Post — for New York’s nursing-home disaster.

His health commissioner, Howard Zucker, ordered homes to accept coronavirus-positive patients — indeed, to admit them without testing. Thousands are dead, and the order is now effectively rescinded, yet the gov still pretends it’s a non-story.

Wednesday, in Washington, he lashed out at Post reporter Ebony Bowden for asking if he’d discussed the home crisis with President Trump: “There are columnists who made this point at The Post who are 100 percent supportive of Donald Trump, and that’s fine — but then believe, you know, we have to kill all Democrats.”

And: “There are Republicans who are trying to make political hay out of this.”

At least two of the columnists who’ve hit hardest on the issue — Michael Goodwin and Bob McManus — were enrolled Democrats, last we checked. And while Goodwin is a Trump fan, you’ll search long to find McManus cheering the president.

Cuomo’s plainly talking motive because he doesn’t want to discuss the facts.

It’s the same with his earlier effort to blame the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — then accusing the White House of playing politics simply for noting that Zucker was not, in fact, just following CDC advice.

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Anyway, other governors acted differently: Florida’s Ron DeSantis quickly moved to order nursing homes not to take in COVID-positive patients.

Then again, the gov won’t even admit to blaming Team Trump: “I never did that,” he told Bowden. Huh? “The state followed President Trump’s CDC guidance,” Cuomo told reporters just over a week ago.

Meanwhile, Democrats across New York have called for an independent probe of Team Cuomo’s handling of the homes.

Worst of all, the gov still claims he sees nothing wrong with putting virus-positive patients into a place where he himself said the disease would spread “like wildfire.” Pathetic.
Wow, a democrat that sucks the medical industry off. Guess you can't spin this can ya lefties.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - As the novel coronavirus tore through Italy and then New York in March, California, anticipating a deadly surge in cases, ordered hospitals to shut down routine procedures and called in thousands of health care workers to help patients.

But the predicted surge never came.

And the cost of all that preparation - setting up field hospitals, doubling the number of intensive care rooms, purchasing protective equipment - dealt a blow to hospital bottom lines, while the ban on all non-emergency procedures cut revenues in half.

The measures drove hospitals in the most populous U.S. state close to bankruptcy, costing them as much as $14 billion and forcing them to lay off of thousands of health care workers, according to the California Hospital Association.

Now, reeling from the twin financial blows, hospitals are struggling to get ready for a possible new surge in cases this autumn, and wrestling with the question of whether they over-prepared last time around.


Expecting to need thousands of doctors, nurses and other workers to fight the pandemic, California in March called for a “Health Corps” to care for patients, with 95,000 people signing up.

Of the tens of thousands who responded to the call to join the Health Corps, fewer than 800 have been hired by the state, according to state program data reviewed by Reuters.

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No they aren't.
That was the headline in the article anon.
Their death rate is climbing, unlike what happened in other European countries. They've also failed to generate herd immunity. There are now concerns about their healthcare system being overwhelmed unless the trend is reversed.
>second wave
There will be no second wave.
That's what you get for overharvesting patients. You run out of diseases to treat and lose your business. Someone should have told the Californians about sustainable business practices. Economically illiterate communist morons.

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>Black Panther activists sport assault rifles in guiding remembrance parade through neighborhood where Ahmaud Arbert was shot and killed
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Was that socialist Democrat from Virginia running for president?

If I don't live in Virginia how am I supposed to vote for him? Big think.

ignore reality all you want, eventually it'll catch up to ya
Whatever that means. Keep ignoring the fact that you're anti-gun.
There peace of crap both Republican and Democrats hypocrite asshole.


What a shame, I like rockets.
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just dont bother with OPs internet roleplay
Liberal whites are of course sometimes also riddiculously biased. That's part of the point. Drawing arbitrary lines does little good.
>I'm not going to waste my time trying to explain
Because you can’t. There’s no compelling reason other than social programming.
>Because you can’t.
No, you obstinate, entitled little snowflake. He decided that you're too full of yourself to deserve an explanation. That any attempt to help you with your social integration would be a complete waste of time. Because he can. Now go on, throw your temper tantrums, and look what they get you.
Thanks for proving my point. You are clinically retarded, no troll or exaggeration.

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More than 80 nursing homes in Massachusetts have recorded at least 20 coronavirus deaths among residents — a grim tally advocates say sheds light not only on the pandemic’s devastating toll in long-term care facilities but on issues with staffing and infection control that existed long before COVID-19.

The 4,123 deaths at nursing and rest homes account for 62% of the 6,640 coronavirus fatalities in the state, and reports of staggering tolls have emerged from facility after facility for weeks as families struggle to get updates on their loved ones. But despite their pleas — and those from lawmakers and advocates — the state Department of Public Health did not publicly release the exact toll at each facility until Wednesday.

Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday the state has “seen the positive test rate in the nursing homes go down and we’ve also seen a decline in the death rates,” calling the pandemic’s ravaging of nursing homes “terribly difficult.”

Yet dozens of people continue to die of the coronavirus in Massachusetts nursing homes each day, according to state data. Among those with the highest overall tolls: the Julian J. Leavitt Family Nursing Home in Longmeadow, where 66 people have died; Mary Immaculate Nursing and Restorative Center in Lawrence with 64; Courtyard Nursing Care Center in Medford with 60; Belmont Manor Nursing Home with 55; and Katzman Family Center for Living in Chelsea with 52.

The Holyoke Soldiers’ Home, where 76 veterans have died in an outbreak now under state and federal investigation, and the Chelsea Soldiers’ Home, where 31 residents have died, are reported separately.

Tara Gregorio, president of the Massachusetts Senior Care Association, said facilities are working to “implement an evolving set of standards” for infection control, testing, symptom monitoring and PPE, with progress “reflected in the increasing number of recoveries.”

But Marlishia Aho of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, which has 2,000 union workers across 30 nursing homes, said staffing, testing and training for infection control remain problems.

Nurses and advocates say longstanding issues with staffing, communication and infection control were exacerbated early in the pandemic by an initial lack of testing and both access to and mixed messages on the use of personal protective equipment.

“When you don’t have enough staff to properly give these patients the quality of care they need, you’re going to have problems like this continue,” said Erin Saykin, a certified nurses’ aid at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home who tested positive for COVID-19.

The Baker administration has announced two infusions of $130 million for aid struggling nursing homes. The second installment hinged on testing at least 90% of residents and staff through May 25, and passing a 28-point infection control checklist. While all but nine of the 360 facilities completed the testing, only 228 were found to meet the infection control protocols.

Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders on Tuesday said “it’s very much a work in progress” understanding the issues in nursing homes and “putting processes in place” to stabilize them.

Lawmakers on Thursday sent Baker a bill that would require even more transparency. State Sen. Patricia Jehlen, D-Somerville, who chairs the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, said she wants the state to start reporting infections and deaths among nursing home staff.

“We started asking for the information weeks ago,” Jehlen said. “They’re making progress but it’s really slow.”

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A Florida man in his 70s fatally shot a home intruder who busted through the glass front door and began attacking his wife on Tuesday, investigators said.

Deputies arrived at the Panama City home around 6:05 a.m. and found 31-year-old Nathan Jerrell Edwards lying on the floor dead and a handgun on the counter, the Bay County Sheriff’s Office said.

“The husband stated he felt he could not physically stop the intruder, so he went upstairs to get his firearm,” the sheriff’s office said. “He shot the firearm multiple times, ending the threat.”

The husband, whom deputies did not name, said he was standing outside when Edwards walked up to his driveway and approached him in a threatening manner. Witnesses told deputies that Edwards was “acting erratically,” screaming and swearing.

The husband went into his home through the garage to get away from Edwards, according to deputies, but Edwards followed and pounded on the door to the house. He shattered the large glass panel in the front door and entered the house.

Edwards then knocked the man’s wife to the floor, got on top of her and was beating her, the husband told deputies. The husband said he shot Edwards, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The man’s wife was treated at a local hospital for her injuries.

Edwards, who was from Georgia, was staying nearby in a short-term rental residence.

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> large glass panel in the front door

Honestly, if you’re this stupid, you deserve to have a crazed basketball American breaking into your house.
>Honestly, if you’re this stupid, you deserve to have a crazed basketball American breaking into your house.
He was able to legally shoot a basketball American. What a privilege!
The elderly couple grew up in a time before diversity, when you could have a nice home with a beautiful decorative door and not have to worry about someone breaking through it to beat you to death


Oct. 10, 1989: 3 Trump execs, 2 pilots die as helicopter crashes in Parkway median

Witnesses said the helicopter began spinning uncontrollably when its rotor apparently became detached from the body of the craft and crashed to the ground about 1:40 p.m.
>Plot corporate coup while boss is busy playing golf
>he uses the deep state to knock off the mutinous swine

9d chess...
Is something from 30 years ago news? Take this to /his/ you old geezer.

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