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"Detectives with the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office are actively investigating the disappearance of 19-year-old Tyrone Sero from Port Orchard. His family said they believe he was abducted from a gas station in Port Orchard near the intersection of SE Lund Ave and Jackson Ave SE.

His loved ones filed a missing person report to the Port Orchard Police Department on October 20. After further review, the sheriff’s office began leading the investigation.

"The investigation is in its early, early stages. So, there’s still so much more for us to look into. We have been made aware of some information that we’re trying to validate," said Sgt. Ken Dickinson, public information officer for the sheriff’s office.

Sero’s family and friends said there is no time to waste in their search. His aunt, Lorie Waltrip, made flyers and posted to social media to raise awareness about his disappearance.

"We will find him and we will bring him home no matter what," said Waltrip. "I’m just fully in investigation mode because that’s what I do. That’s who I am."

Sero is described to be 5’4 in height, with orange/red colored hair and has freckles. The teen’s loved ones said he was last seen on surveillance cameras at the gas station wearing a red hat and black sweatshirt. They said they have been calling and texting him, but no response.

"He doesn’t leave his phone for anything. He can’t get off the couch and walk across the room without his phone in his hand," said Dianna Anderson, a friend of Sero’s.

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Reading this story I was really struck by how odd it seems when a missing white male adult makes the news >>948829
>Sero is described to be 5’4 in height, with orange/red colored hair and has freckles.
Oh I get it , its really a chick that decided she was a boy a few weeks ago.

Holy fuck guys , another white woman has gone missing!!!!
or it a homosexual pedo, who will be disappointed
>He can’t get off the couch and walk across the room without his phone in his hand,
lmao whatta faggot
Dianna Anderson is friends with a loser
>wearing a red hat
radical antifa thugs probably assassinated him

who the fuck kidnaps a 19yo white male? what possible use do they have beside ransom?
>>948915 they are buck breaking him right now. Probably collapsing his rectum with a cactus or a couple ears of corn.

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WASHINGTON, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Former President Donald Trump on Monday sued the U.S. congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, claiming members made an illegal request for his White House records.

Trump, in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, asserted that materials sought by the House of Representatives committee are covered by a legal doctrine known as executive privilege, which protects the confidentiality of some White House communications.

"The Committee's requests are unprecedented in their breadth and scope and are untethered from any legitimate legislative purpose," Trump's lawyer Jesse Binnall wrote in the lawsuit.

Committee members Liz Cheney, a Republican from Wyoming, and Bennie Thompson, a Democrat from Mississippi, said in a written statement issued in response to Trump's lawsuit that the former president was seeking to "delay and obstruct" their investigation.

"It's hard to imagine a more compelling public interest than trying to get answers about an attack on our democracy and an attempt to overturn the results of an election," Cheney and Thompson said in the statement.

Hundreds of Trump supporters stormed the seat of Congress on Jan. 6 in a failed bid to prevent lawmakers from certifying Democratic President Joe Biden's election victory. More than 600 people face criminal charges stemming from the event.

Trump was impeached by the Democratic-led House on a charge of inciting the attack on the Capitol in a fiery speech at a rally earlier that day. He was acquitted by the Senate.
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Most European nation leaders publicly endorsed Hillary as did many corporations. Trump winning was a surprise to most of the establishment, although their surprise was more based on hubris rather than the unbiased polls which showed the race was close.
>Go shoo another maga hat
...shoo, retarded MAGAt npc that can't spell shoop.
Your literally shaking he was so close to home
Don Jr. has just deposited 300 TrumpBucks in your campaign account.
Retarded MAGAt npc that can't spell you're.


Goodbye. Farewell. Adios. Sayonara. Workers have been giving their bosses an earful of such words as of late. Last week, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that 4.3 million Americans, or 2.9% of the entire workforce, quit their jobs in August. That was a record-breaking month, piggybacking on previous record months. "The Great Resignation" is real, and it can be seen across virtually all industries.

It's common to see a surge in quitting when the job market is tight and there's a cornucopia of open positions. But what's happening now is unlike anything we've seen before. Economists and pollsters are still investigating what's going on. Are generous government benefits encouraging people to quit? Maybe, but some evidence suggests not. Are people angling for a raise after decades of stagnant pay? Probably, yeah. The family pressures imposed by closed schools, the closing and reopening of businesses, the reshuffling of the population to different locations and industries, and the fear of the virus in face-to-face settings have all also almost certainly played a role. But the historic rise in quitting also seems to be about more than all of this.

In a new working paper, the UC Berkeley economist Ulrike Malmendier suggests there's something existential behind the Great Resignation: The pandemic and the rise of remote work have changed the way we view our lives and the world.
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Maybe the positions you hire for require idiots and plebes with easy-to-come by skills
People don't want to get the vaxx, it's that easy
If you think it's homosexual communists, you're a massive tool. It's bankers and crony capitalists pitting us against each other with our fake, theatrical "factions". We almost got over the Nazi vs Commie myth in 2011 with occupy, but they caught onto that and stirred the pot with articles about racism.
Oh yeah. And don't forget the political tribalism that they use to further divide us and pit us against each other.

>In Texas, Republicans, as the majority party, have been in charge of redrawing the Texas map for the past 18 years. Reporting on redistricting can be an arcane business of looking into deals made by politicians behind closed doors.
>Democrats won’t be rallying voters with claims they can flip control of the Texas Legislature in the general election a year from now.

>The redistricting maps nearing approval in the current special legislative session make that a near impossibility.
>Democratic U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee is being spared in a new revised version of a congressional redistricting plan that had previously threatened to force thousands of mostly Black Houston residents to change who represents them in Washington.

>Texas House Democrats battled over the weekend to force House Republicans to accept a compromise proposal that keeps downtown Houston, the Third Ward and Texas Southern University all within the 18th Congressional District.
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yeah I have a BullShit in MS. paint as well, but those things are worthless so I also got a master's in science I'm a field with real economic utility
wow are you fucking mad aren't you samefag troon
>Educated people are dumb trannies!
Who in your mind are you talking to?
Cities shouldn't have any federal or state representation

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President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered most Russians to stay off work for a week starting later this month amid rising COVID-19 infections and deaths, and he strongly urged reluctant citizens to get vaccinated.

The government coronavirus task force reported 1,028 deaths in the past 24 hours, the highest number since the start of the pandemic. That brought Russia’s death toll to 226,353(really 400k+), by far the highest in Europe.

Putin said he supports the Cabinet’s proposal to introduce a nonworking period starting Oct. 30 and extending through the following week. In some regions where the situation is the most threatening, he said the nonworking period could start as early as Saturday and be extended past Nov. 7.

Only about 45 million Russians — roughly a third of its nearly 146 million people — are fully vaccinated.

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Yes they are.
for 100 points:
What do Ivans and Burgers have in common?
Besides high covid deaths?
Stay tuned for answer.
They are both majority white countries?
>US overcounts covid deaths in 2020 for election propaganda
>somehow ends up with more covid deaths in 2021 than 2020 before fall even starts

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Conservative radio host Dennis Prager announced on his show on Monday that he tested positive for the coronavirus infection last week and claimed to have caught it on purpose to develop natural immunity.

“I’m broadcasting from my home because I’m not going into the station as I have Covid,” he said on The Dennis Prager Show. “I was tested positive last week and I have been steadily improving.”

He added that this was something he had “hoped for the entire time” as he preferred “to have natural immunity than vaccine immunity”.

“So, I have engaged with strangers, constantly hugging them, taking photos with them knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting Covid,” he said.

Mr Prager added that “at no point” was he “in danger of hospitalisation” and attributed his recovery to taking medications such as hydroxychloroquine. According to WHO, hydroxychloroquine has no meaningful effect in preventing the spread of coronavirus.
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Just because people don't believe lefty lies doesn't mean they aren't lying tho
The guy's 73 years old so that's pretty risky, but I guess it's true that if he recovers, and it sounds like he's recovering well, he'll have natural immunity that's probably more effective than vaccines
They are trying. But much as when a child pretends a ghost came and drew with crayons on the wall, the lie doesn't work when you ignore, rebuke, or laugh at it.
>that's a shame
The Deplorable cult leaders protect themselves first so that they can fleece their sheep and then slaughter them.
Tucker et al.
>if i project what rachel maddow did to me on the other side i win!

You are not fooling anyone you retarded pit

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Nearly 40% of California state workers are unvaccinated against COVID despite Newsom order

Vaccinated state employees could soon come into closer contact with their unvaccinated peers as state offices reopen in the weeks ahead. Large numbers of unvaccinated employees could strain some offices, since supervisors are responsible for monitoring and processing employee coronavirus tests.

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There is no narrative, retard.
Someone said nobody is being fired over covid mandates, and they are.
There's no fucking narrative here
>Someone said nobody is being fired in CA over covid mandates, and they are not.
Sorry about your narrative anon.
You have to be 18 to post here
More people in the workforce died FROM Covid. If anything this is an improvement.
Good for them. Glad to see at least some of America is willing to fight the lies.
Covid is fear mongering bullshit
The Vax is fear mongering bullshit
They used it all to:
>destroy the small business sector
>bail out corporations again
>steal god knows how much in taxes for shots no one needs
>deny goods, services, education, healthcare, and violate the rights of those who try to resist this trash

And everyone of you cowardly faggots who wore a mask or took that fucking saline shot, you helped fuck us all.

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I can't wait for leftist to simp for a megacorp brainwashing its employees.

Walmart has put more than 1,000 employees through a critical race theory training that teaches that the U.S. is a “white supremacy system” and that white trainees are guilty of “white supremacy thinking” and “internalized racial superiority,” according to a new report.

Whistleblower documents obtained by City Journal’s Christopher Rufo reveal that Walmart first launched the program, which is based on the core principles of critical race theory, in 2018 in partnership with the Racial Equity Institute.

The company has made the program mandatory for executives, while it is recommended for hourly-wage workers. Rufo calls out Walmart over its hypocrisy, noting that its whole nine-member top executive leadership, except technology chief Suresh Kumar, is white.

Walmart confirmed to Rufo that it has “engaged REI for a number of training sessions since 2018” and has “found these sessions to be thought provoking and constructive.”

The training claims that the U.S. is a “white supremacy system,” created by white Europeans “for the purpose of assigning and maintaining white skin access to power and privilege,” according to the report.
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What is racist about the truth.? Racism isn't a bad thing. It shows a person has the ability to see one group is dumber lazier and more violent than another. And why do they call it white supremacy when it's actually black inferiority.? In effect they are admitting whites are superior.
Racism is perfectly normal. The greatest threat we face, is each other. We all compete for the same resources. And when you come in contact with someone who looks different than you or your family group, they're that much more likely to be a threat. Your ancestors who felt this, survived. And so, it's within us all. It's part of being human. Those who deny it are the most dangerous of all because you can't control a part of yourself you refuse to acknowledge. And it's that denial that governments and corporations exploit to turn us against each other.
The system is inherently racist, it's just now the corporations are using that to pit the racists against those the corporations oppress
Good job being the useful idiots.
You are 100% guaranteed no older than 16 and, judging by your poor grasp of English, black
>All white people are evil
>White people don't deserve rights
nice "history" lesson shithead
>b-b-but that's not CRT!
then you agree schools shouldn't teach that?

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good thing the wind changed
Nippon is rising
Sensible Kusa
Hopefully it stays active like La Palma in the Canary islands.
Clear controlled demolition.

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(curb your enthusiasm theme)
>Amateur sleuths speculated that the fugitive is on the run on the Appalachian Trail - bad news for the archetypical long-distance hiker: skinny, pale, bald, and bearded.

>Severin Beckwith and Anna Brettmann, a young couple from Ithaca, New York, have been hiking from Georgia to Virginia on the Appalachian Trail since late September. In western North Carolina, after a few days of hard rain and little sleep, they decided to take a break from the woods. A shuttle delivered them to the Lodge at Fontana Village Resort, a rustic retreat two miles off the trail, where they ate lunch and lay down for a midday nap. Knocking awoke them. There was a muffled voice outside their door. It burst open before Beckwith could unlock it.

>"Next thing I see is a bunch of guys with riot shields with 'U.S. Marshals' written on them," Beckwith said. "Handguns pointed at my face." Brettmann was still in bed. A marshal helped her get dressed as they handcuffed Beckwith, still in his underwear, and took him out to the hallway. He had a hunch why this was happening. "I really hoped I was right," he said.

>Beckwith resembles Brian Laundrie - the fugitive and person of interest in the killing of his fiancée, Gabby Petito - in the way that most white male long-distance hikers resemble Laundrie: skinny and pale, with a shaved head and a beard. The preponderance of such men, perhaps, has made the Appalachian Trail a locus of the manhunt among the amateur set. There's also the fact that Laundrie has been known to hike the trail, and that it is regarded, mostly by those who've never hiked it, as a place to go if you want to disappear. An engineer from Florida was "99.99 per cent sure" that he saw Laundrie looking "wigged out" near the trail.
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More government fascism disguised by other means. It will be like the Boston Marathon manhunt
They cauched him in florida anon
Dont you even the news?

Dead as a doornail, but who didn't see that coming?
Heartbreaking none the less
Some guy on /out/ says they just found bones. No meat


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Utah land rich in dinosaur fossils has regained protection stripped away by former President Donald Trump, easing fears that they would be ravaged by mining and other commercial activity.

"Close to 10 percent of all dinosaurs known in the world are from Utah," said Jim Kirkland, a paleontologist who has explored Utah's Grand Staircase monument area for nearly 50 years. "It's pretty remarkable."

Grand Staircase has a worldwide reputation for the quality and range of dinosaur fossils found.

At the end of 2017, Trump's administration pulled back borders of three protected areas, two of them in Utah, opening previously safeguarded land to mining and fishing.

The move was popular with industry groups but angered conservationists, researchers, and indigenous tribes.

"When they cut the boundaries back, some sites that are near and dear to my heart, that I had discovered, were chopped out," Kirkland told AFP.

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So instead of using the oil ourselves Trump gave it away.
What a fucking idiot.
Now THAT is one way to spin an energy surplus
It's true though.
Also didn't Trump open up the emergency reserve to keep prices down?
If you like Dinosaurs, you cannot support Trump.
that's not a fair comparison because there has never been as much of a Dinosaur in office until Biden came along

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It's all been about getting everyone as rich as possible with our taxed revenue while they shut us down and scare us all to death.
>new report by Public Citizen, a consumer rights advocacy group that gained access to a number of leaked, unredacted Pfizer contracts, released Tuesday sheds light on how the company uses that power to "shift risk and maximize profits," the organization argues
No,no,no, vaccine bros?
all this proves is that pharmaceutical companies are greedy, nothing new. Doesn't say anything about whether the vaccine is dangerous or useless.
>pharmaceutical companies are greedy
>so greedy they will sell you poisoned/unsafe products and have gotten sued for it multiple times
>but this time though it's safe and effective, we wear

You people are a cult at this point
>shift risks and max profits
>doesn't say anything about whether the vaccine is dangerous or useless
You're killing grandma!

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to murder on Wednesday in the 2018 high school massacre in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead.

Cruz, 23, entered his pleas in a courtroom hearing attended by a dozen relatives of victims after answering a long list of questions from Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer aimed at confirming his mental competency. He was charged with 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder for those wounded in the Feb. 14, 2018, attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, located just outside Fort Lauderdale.

A penalty trial will determine if Cruz will receive a sentence of death or life in prison without parole. Scherer plans to begin screening jurors next month in hopes testimony can begin in January.

As several parents shook their heads, Cruz apologized, saying, “I’m very sorry for what I did. ... I can’t live with myself sometimes.” He also added that he wished it was up to the survivors to determine whether he lived or died.

Several parents and other relatives of victims broke down in tears while listening to the court proceedings via a Zoom call.

Cruz’s attorneys announced his intention to plead guilty during a hearing last week.

Fred Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter Jaime died in the shooting, said he visited her grave this week to ask her for the strength to get through Wednesday’s hearing.

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Do I need to post link after link of Trump supporters being attacked? Because I will.
Trump supporter or innocent. Pick one.
The real question is will he be able to fight off all the guards on his execution day or will he go out sobbing and wailing while being strapped into ol sparky.
>Rent free

Or will one of the guards hide outside because he's close to retirement?
Nobody bullied him after he became a murderer


BERLIN — A 100-year-old man went on trial in Germany Thursday, accused of being an accessory to murder for serving as a Nazi SS guard at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin during World War II.

The trial of the defendant, who is charged with 3,518 counts of accessory to murder, was held at the Neuruppin state court, which moved the proceedings to a prison sport hall in Brandenburg for organizational reasons.

The suspect, who was identified only as Josef S. in keeping with German privacy rules, is alleged to have worked at Sachsenhausen between 1942 and 1945 as an enlisted member of the Nazi Party's paramilitary wing.

The suspect's lawyer, Stefan Waterkamp, told the court that his client did not want to comment on the allegations, German news agency dpa reported. There are no formal pleas in the German legal system.
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Biden literally masterminded the taliban in taking over Afghanistan, so why isn't he taking a suicide pill in some bunker right now?
It would be ironic if he was represented by a Jew lawyer who had to disprove the holocaust in order to get his client off
What kind of revisionism is this?
Trump literally did a deal with terrorists taking over Afghanistan: he's taking Copium in his bunker in Florida right now.
*Sand bunker

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This obviously applies to all humans in general too.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Unvaccinated Minnesotans are 15 times more likely to require hospitalization for COVID-19 and 30 times more likely to die from the disease than unvaccinated residents, Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm said Wednesday.

The commissioner gave those figures as the Minnesota Department of Health added new data to its weekly report on vaccine breakthrough cases, which normally comes out on Mondays. The department added a new graph and chart Wednesday to clarify its data on breakthrough cases.

“This really does just show, again, the key point that the current wave of COVID infections is concentrated heavily among people who are not fully vaccinated,” Malcolm said during a briefing for reporters. “And it shows that the infection risk is there for all age groups, not just older Minnesotans.”

The graph shows weekly age-adjusted rates for cases, hospitalizations and deaths according to the patients’ vaccination status, Malcolm said. The chart shows rates by age group for cases, hospitalizations and deaths for the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.

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no one is forcing you outside, lockdown yourself if you're afraid.if you want to live in perpetual fear then risk it and go outside.
>No vaccine is 100% effective.
In your entire reply, this is the only true statement. Everything else is false, across a range of "common misperception" to "blatant lie."
Ask for your Twitedditailyshoeektonauci epidemiology degree tuition back.
I think Minneapolis should worry a lot more about dying from gunfire than from covid. Just saying.
Is that one of the cities that burned down during the boogaloo riots?

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