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And it all comes back to Trump projecting again.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/10/us/politics/justice-department-leaks-trump-administration.html

WASHINGTON — As the Justice Department investigated who was behind leaks of classified information early in the Trump administration, it took a highly unusual step: Prosecutors subpoenaed Apple for data from the accounts of at least two Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee, aides and family members. One was a minor.

All told, the records of at least a dozen people tied to the committee were seized in 2017 and early 2018, including those of Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, then the panel’s top Democrat and now its chairman, according to committee officials and two other people briefed on the inquiry. Representative Eric Swalwell of California said in an interview Thursday night that he had also been notified that his data had subpoenaed.

Prosecutors, under the beleaguered attorney general, Jeff Sessions, were hunting for the sources behind news media reports about contacts between Trump associates and Russia. Ultimately, the data and other evidence did not tie the committee to the leaks, and investigators debated whether they had hit a dead end and some even discussed closing the inquiry.

But William P. Barr revived languishing leak investigations after he became attorney general a year later. He moved a trusted prosecutor from New Jersey with little relevant experience to the main Justice Department to work on the Schiff-related case and about a half-dozen others, according to three people with knowledge of his work who did not want to be identified discussing federal investigations.

The zeal in the Trump administration’s efforts to hunt leakers led to the extraordinary step of subpoenaing communications metadata from members of Congress — a nearly unheard-of move outside of corruption investigations.
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>>869922
Don't forget Trump's campaign handed off their voter data to the Russians.
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>>867285
Mueller report. more evidence than don has that he won the election
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>>871059
>mueller report
>the report that spent millions of taxpayers money and time to come up as "inconclusive"
of course the crime was so obvious that they blackmailed and jailed people for unrelated crimes lmao
>more evidence than don has that he won the election
oh? then why send 100s of lawyers to stop the audit in arizona and georgia? lmfao democrats are literally mentally ill.
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>>871066
>>the report that spent millions of taxpayers money and time to come up as "inconclusive"
only Don's DJ said that. not the actual contents or conclusions of the report
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>>871087
Mueller himself said he couldnt find anything you delusional faggot. he ended the report with
>oh even though I couldnt find anything that doesnt make the crimes not real
fucking pathetic. in reality it was a 4 year long tantrum by leftists on why and how Trump got elected.

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A newly-unearthed video shows live bats being held in cages at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a fact omitted by the World Health Organization (WHO) report and apparently denied in the past by investigation team member Dr. Peter Daszak.

Zoologist Peter Daszakof the World Health Organisation team investigating the origin of the pandemic in Wuhan, said it was a conspiracy to suggest bats were held at the Wuhan Institute of Virology

The video, taken in May 2017 by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, was unearthed by a group of scientists known as DRASTIC, who have been working to investigate the lab-leak theory of COVID-19 origin. The footage from inside the lab shows live bats being held at the facility, including one being fed a worm by a scientist there and another hanging from a worker’s hat.
Digital archivist “Jesse” found the Chinese Academy of Sciences Video while the group's co-ordinator, who goes by a pseudonym of “Billy Bostickson” for safety reasons, has long complained evidence bats were housed in the Wuhan laboratories.

The video forms part of the investigation for the book “What Really Happened in Wuhan” which is available for pre-order at Amazon and Booktopia.

Mr Daszak has not responded to requests for comment.


https://www.carolinacoastonline.com/national/article_4f44f77c-cd4c-11eb-b1a0-f30ece73e63c.html



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>>870804
No. Bioweapons are the worst option. Too many risks, too little control. Viruses are the worst among bioweapons. They mutate quickly, no vaccine guarantees safety.

The whole idea that China created the virus just because they identified it first is idiotic. Now that we know what to look for, we have found infected samples from the EU and the US that date back as far as early 2019. There's also a wave of a "mysterious" lung disease cases in the US in the second half of 2019. The first major outbreak. Coronaviruses are not very resistant against heat and UV light, so the epidemic probably just ran out of steam in the summer 2019. But it came back during winter.
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>>870786
No accident
the richest people in the USA happen to get 5 trillion dollars out of the first stimulus bill cares act. And after a year of lock down, when people can only buy from Amazon and Walmart, richest people in US happened to almost double their wealth. And after Fauci and Gates amazingly predicted the pandemic before it happened, it just so happened Gates is the one who controls vaccine, such coincident don't you think?
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>>869889
Not that I want this to be, but that footage is utter shit.
Where do you see that the video actually shows the Wuhan lab?
Where do you see when this was filmed or what they are doing with those animals?

If those reporters don't have any of that, this is too easy to deny.
Disappointing footage.
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>>870988
A team of self-described "underground researchers," who told Newsweek they are dedicated to exposing the origins of COVID-19, unearthed the footage.


It is said to have been taken by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and produced for the launch of the Wuhan level 4 laboratory back in May 2017
The group, who call themselves DRASTIC, which stands for Decentralized Radical Autonomous Search Team Investigating COVID-19, compiled a detailed collection of documents, images, and laboratory data allegedly taken from the Wuhan facility.

The 144-page report, titled "Wuhan laboratories, bat research and biosafety," was published to Research Gate in April.

So Dr Chong is known to have been working at the lab at time A

Video shows Dr Chong working with batsa in a lab at time A

BINGO!


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>>870994
Ah, no that is actually great. Looks like the evidence they have is a lot more solid than it first appeared.
Yeah, this coverup is going bust. This is awesome.
Also, related:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9629563/Chinese-scientists-created-COVID-19-lab-tried-cover-tracks-new-study-claims.html

But my cynical nature says that nothing will happen to the people responsible.

>https://www.rfa.org/english/news/china/groups-06162021105645.html

China's internet regulator is cracking down on verbal abuse and "rumor-mongering" among fan groups on social media, a move which commentators say will include further suppression of any speech considered politically sensitive by the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP), but also forms part of an ongoing war on celebrity culture.

The Cyberspace Administration of China launched a two-month operation titled "Clean-up and rectification of fan group chaos," the administration said in a post on its official website.

It is targeting celebrity followers, hot topics, interactive comments, and fan communities, in a bid to eliminate "harmful information" and online abuse, it said.

Fans, many of whom are minors, are tearing into each other with verbal abuse, smear campaigns, flame wars, doxxing, and other privacy violations, as well as showing off their wealth with extravagant displays and hiring others to boost their ratings and join in online pile-ons, the administration said.
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>>870845
Zhejiang-based legal scholar Song Hao said the crackdown comes ahead of the CCP's centenary celebrations on July 1, and is likely to be used to clamp down on any public speech that the government doesn't like.

"We are still looking at campaign-style law enforcement, despite the fact that many of the behaviors, such as privacy violations, are covered by existing laws," Song told RFA.

"It's replacing a rule-of-law style of enforcement, and we are seeing this time and again."

A person in the Zhejiang film and television industry said the Cyberspace Administration is particularly concerned about young people.

"The central government is looking to tighten control over one industry and then another, moving towards totalitarian rule," the person, who gave only a surname Zhu, told RFA.

"It has happened in the food industry ... with the campaign against food waste ... and now the entertainment industry, where they are cracking down on high salaries," Zhu said.
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>>870846
She said the overall aim is cultivate a generation of young people who are more concerned with loving their country and the CCP than with celebrity culture.

"The fan circles are being shut down, as have all of the talent shows, which have had an impact on a lot of people's jobs," Zhu said. "Even companies that sold TV entertainment shows from foreign countries, like South Korea, have been affected."

Song said the current campaign targeting young people's online behavior comes as the party tries to purge the public realm of unwanted "noise," making way for a constant flow of pro-CCP propaganda.

"They are particularly worried about what they regard as unwanted noise that could disrupt an atmosphere of peace and happiness [they want to create] at such an important historic moment," Song said.

"This campaign against so-called chaos in fan groups isn't apolitical, but neither do [fan groups] pose a threat to the security of the regime," he said.

"The authorities are ill at ease with the entertainment, leisure, and culture [industries]," Song said. "[But at the same time], they are trying everything in their power to encourage young people to think about entertainment and money, rather than about politics and human rights."
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Complete control over government and the economy wasn't enough? Now they need to curtail people's interest in popular culture so they can be worshipped instead? The CCP is on another level
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>>870909
those fuck are paid best salaries by retarded tax payers and none of them will leave their jobs for free so long the checkel and privileges run into their pockets. this is how deep state works ma nigga.
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>>870845
>www.rfa.org
>The current Radio Free Asia is a US-funded organization, incorporated in March 1996, and began broadcasting in September 1996. Although senators debated a name change, Richard Richter, the then president of Radio Free Asia, was instructed to change the name back from Asia-Pacific Network to Radio Free Asia, as "we must have the courage to confront tyranny, and to do so under the banner of freedom." Radio Free Asia was forced to change in part due to financial pressures from the US government, for although they operate with an independent board, their money mostly comes from the Treasury.
Literal US government propaganda.

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Dr. Robert W. Malone is an internationally recognized scientist and is known as one of the original inventors of “DNA Vaccination.”.
Robert W. Malone - CEO, Director, Associate Professor, Consultant of Biotechnology in Troy, Vermont, United States of America | eMedEvents

In Bret's interview Dr.Malone discussed how the virus may change society forever and we may be dealing with it forever. The ADE caused by the vaccine may make you more vulnerable to future outbreaks.

Dr. Tess Lawrie's(world-class researcher and consultant to the World Health Organization) report independently confirmed we should STOP these vaccines NOW. NOBODY can explain the cause of the excess deaths of thousands of American lives (minimum 5,000 and could be 50,000). I talked to the people behind OpenVAERS... they estimated the death toll at 20,000 people and they were very concerned about data missing from VAERS... records that have been secretly removed, and how over 200,000 recordid's have gone missing... that's nearly 20% of all the records.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du2wm5nhTXY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_NNTVJzqtY

cont. below
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>>870805
So?
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>>870806
>followthemoney.jpg
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>>870670
>https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2021/jun/16/youtube-videos/no-sign-covid-19-vaccines-spike-protein-toxic-or-c/

Politifact is spreading misinformation. Stop trusting these partisans with their arbitrary ratings of truth. They are not experts, and they justify their propaganda by consulting with the experts who parrot what is politically expedient for them.

>https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIRCRESAHA.121.318902

This is just one source, there is mounting evidence that the spike protein is both cytotoxic and responsible for vascular diseases like clotting.

Tell me something else. The video that your link attempts to deboonk is also a panel of experts. Why are the experts in the video any less credible than the experts that politifact cites? Because their cutting edge research contradicts the so called consensus? Thinking this way is anti-scientific.

Researchers are sounding alarms and useful idiots like you unironically trust non-experts at places like politifact to suppress dissent and, what, avoid panic or something? The rational, sane response would be to investigate these alarming claims. But there's too much financial and political capital invested in the vaccines now, and idiots like you blindly trust literal propaganda.
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>>870868
Literally this. When I saw “fact check” in the URL I laughed, into the garbage it goes, clear as day propaganda.
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>>870597
The only people sterilized are the tards that got the vax, looks like our population will get dumber, but wiser.

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Facebook said it is suspending former President Donald Trump’s accounts for two years following its finding that he stoked violence ahead of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.

“At the end of this period, we will look to experts to assess whether the risk to public safety has receded. We will evaluate external factors, including instances of violence, restrictions on peaceful assembly and other markers of civil unrest,” Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of global affairs, wrote in a blog post Friday.

The two-year suspension is effective from Jan. 7, so Trump has 19 months to go.

In a press release, the former president called Facebook’s decision “an insult.”

“They shouldn’t be allowed to get away with this censoring and silencing, and ultimately, we will win. Our Country can’t take this abuse anymore!” the press release stated.

On Facebook, Trump’s suspension has meant that his account is essentially in “Facebook jail,” where others can read and comment on past posts, but Trump and other account handlers are unable to post new material. Twitter, by contrast, has permanently banned Trump from its service and there is no trace of his account there.

Facebook said it will heighten penalties for public figures during times of civil unrest and violence. In a color-coded chart on its blog post Friday, it said those who violate its policies during this time can be restricted from posting for anywhere between a month (yellow) and two years (red). Future violations, it said, will be met with “heightened penalties, up to and including permanent removal.”

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>>870873
lol
https://thehill.com/homenews/media/550599-reporter-who-wrote-viral-ny-post-story-about-harris-book-at-the-border-resigns
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>>870877
>the hill
archive it and I will look, I have zero intention of giving war-mongers clicks.
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>>870879
The real question is why did you not hear about the original reporter resigning when it happened. TheHill wasn't the only source to report on it. It was a huge scandal for "one of the nations oldest newspapers".

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/ny-post-reporter-resigns-ordered-233432088.html
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>>870883
So you're doing the thing where you avoid talking about how big tech censored a legitimate story because of the election and are instead throwing dirt on something unrelated?

Wow, a man of principle.
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>>870884
see
>>869588
and stop whining on behalf of the NYpost. Don't worry about them. They will be fine.

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https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/10/politics/capitol-riot-three-percenters-conspiracy-case-doj/index.html
https://www.yahoo.com/news/three-percenters-militia-members-charged-200324066.html
https://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/Ex-police-chief-5-others-charged-in-Capitol-riot-16239926.php

A former California police chief and five other men have been indicted on conspiracy charges in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, according to court documents made public Thursday.

The men — four of whom prosecutors say identify as members of the Three Percenters antigovernment extremist movement — are accused of plotting with one another to block the certification of President Joe Biden’s victory.

Among those charged is a former La Habra police chief and founder of a far-right group called the American Phoenix Project, which was formed to protest pandemic-related restrictions and has helped pushed the lie that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.

In court documents, authorities describe how the group's founder, Alan Hostetter, in the weeks leading up to Jan. 6 called for violence against those who supported the results of the election. During a “Stop the Steal” rally held in Huntington Beach on Dec. 12, Hostetter warned that “Trump must be inaugurated on Jan. 20th."
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>>870780
Who tells you these things?
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>>867226
>also that the 3%ers brought weapons
>stun guns, pepper spray, baseball bats and flagpoles wielded as clubs
k
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>>870791
Yes, weapons.
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>>870791
don't forget the terrorist zip ties
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>>870831
Who were they supposed to use the zip ties on?

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https://www.statesman.com/story/news/2021/06/12/downtown-austin-shooting-least-13-shot-suspect-remains-large/7666624002/

Last night was ROT RALLY, a popular bike rally in downtown Austin. Some loser shoot up the street.

13 people were hit. No one has found him.

As well the bikers and gang members caused multiple fights out here. As clique as that sounds, unfortunately its true.

I witnessed these and the shooting.

I have lived in Austin all my life and I am sick and tired of all this recent violence.

During the chaos bikers fled the scene leavening there bikes on the street.

I have photographed their plates and bikes, perhaps we can identify some of the se assholes.

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>>870297
Texas speaks American, not English. Go suck your queen's cock.
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BREAKING NEWS! BIKERS FOR TRUMP GO ON MURDEROUS RAMPAGE IN AUSTIN! GOV ABBOT ISSUES PROCLAMATION: "They are very fine people who love me, Trump, guns, God and grits in that order!"
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>>870695
Are you saying that blacks are MAGA?
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>>867468
if brexit hadnt happened we wouldnt be in this situation. How are you guys so retarded. BErnie supoporters smh
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>>867468
Reading your post gave me cancer. I sincerely hope you're just new to English...

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Texas’ main power grid struggled to keep up with the demand for electricity Monday, prompting the operator to ask Texans to conserve power until Friday.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas said in a statement Monday that a significant number of unexpected power plant outages, combined with expected record use of electricity due to hot weather, has resulted in tight grid conditions. Approximately 12,000 megawatts of generation were offline Monday, or enough to power 2.4 million homes on a hot summer day.

ERCOT officials said the power plant outages were unexpected — and could not provide details as to what could be causing them.

“I don’t have any potential reasons [for the plant outages] that I can share at this time,” said Warren Lasher, ERCOT senior director of systems planning, during a Monday call with media. “It is not consistent with fleet performance that we have seen over the last few summers.”

The number of plants that were forced offline today is “very concerning” Lasher said.

“We operate the grid with the resources that we have available,” he said. “It’s the responsibility of the generators to make sure their plants are available when demand is high.”

The conservation request comes at a time of heightened anxiety around electricity after the state’s catastrophic February power outages left millions without power for days. Those outages, which were prompted by a severe winter storm, may have killed as many as 700 people, according to an analysis of mortality data by BuzzFeed News.

https://www.texastribune.org/2021/06/14/texas-power-grid-conserve-ercot/
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>>870506
Ugh... slam dunked yourself there bud.

You do realise this shortfall isn't caused by renewables, but by generation plants being offline, yeah?
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>>870339
>cheque
Why are you pretending to be an american from texas?
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>>870459
>needs to establish 20 consecutive strawmen to have an argument
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>>870621
The tiny amount of coal left. Which is "smog". Read the thread bitches
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>>870636
>Everything that explains why my narrative isn't true is simply a strawman. Why does the left disagree with history and science so much?

https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/hundreds-indonesian-doctors-contract-covid-19-despite-vaccination-dozens-2021-06-17/?taid=60cb462731c4e40001d07bf9&utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem

>JAKARTA, June 17 (Reuters) - More than 350 doctors and medical workers have caught COVID-19 in Indonesia despite being vaccinated with Sinovac and dozens have been hospitalised, officials said, as concerns grow about the efficacy of some vaccines against more infectious variants.

>Most of the workers were asymptomatic and self-isolating at home, said Badai Ismoyo, head of the health office in the district of Kudus in central Java, but dozens were in hospital with high fevers and declining oxygen saturation levels.

>Kudus, which has about 5,000 healthcare workers, is battling an outbreak believed to be driven by the more transmissible Delta variant which has pushed up its bed occupancy rates above 90%.

>Designated as a priority group, healthcare workers were among the first to be vaccinated when inoculations began in January.

>Almost all have received the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac, the Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) says.

>While the number of Indonesian healthcare workers dying from COVID-19 has dropped sharply from 158 in January to 13 in May, according to data initiative group LaporCOVID-19, public health experts say the Java hospitalisations are cause for concern.
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>"The data shows they have the Delta variant (in Kudus) so it is no surprise that the breakthrough infection is higher than before, because, as we know, the majority of healthcare workers in Indonesia got Sinovac, and we still don’t know yet how effective it is in the real world against the Delta variant,” said Dicky Budiman, an epidemiologist at Australia's Griffith University.

>Spokespersons from Sinovac and Indonesia’s ministry of health were not immediately available for comment on the efficacy of the Chinese firm's CoronaVac against newer variants of the virus.

>The World Health Organization (WHO) approved emergency use of Sinovac's vaccine this month, saying results showed it prevented symptomatic disease in 51% of recipients and prevented severe COVID-19 and hospital stays in all of those studied. read more

>As Indonesia grappled with one of Asia's worst outbreaks, registering more than 1.9 million infections and 53,000 deaths, its doctors and nurses suffered a heavy toll of 946 deaths.

>Many are now experiencing pandemic fatigue and taking a less vigilant approach to health protocols after being vaccinated, said Lenny Ekawati, from LaporCOVID-19.

>"That phenomenon happens quite often these days, not only within the community, but also healthcare workers," she said. "They think because they are vaccinated that they are safe."

>But as more cases of the highly transmissible Delta variant are identified in the world’s fourth most populous nation, the data is starting to tell a different story.

>Across Indonesia, at least five doctors and one nurse have died from COVID-19 despite being vaccinated, according to the data initiative group, although one had only received a first shot.
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>In Kudus, one senior doctor has died, said IDI, although it is understood he had a co-morbidity.

>In Jakarta, the capital, radiologist Dr Prijo Sidipratomo told Reuters he knew of at least half a dozen doctors who had been hospitalised with COVID-19 in the past month, despite being vaccinated, with one now being treated in an ICU.

>"It is alarming for us because we cannot rely on vaccinations only," he said, urging people to take precautions.

>Weeks after the Muslim Eid Al-Fitr holidays, Indonesia has experienced a surge in cases, with the positivity rate exceeding 23% on Wednesday and daily cases nearing 10,000, its highest since late February.

>In its latest report, the WHO urged Indonesia to tighten its lockdown as increased transmission due to variants of concern and a surge in bed occupancy rates demanded urgent action.

>Reporting by Kate Lamb in Sydney and Agustinus Beo Da Costa and Stanley Widianto in Jakarta; Editing by Michael Perry
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>>870796
Already posted here:
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A North Korean dissident who escaped the brutal dictatorship as a teen is calling on the international community to condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s sponsorship of the regime, and denouncing Western leadership for ignoring human rights abuses to maintain Chinese favor.

“Most people do not understand that North Korea can only exist with the Chinese Communist Party’s help. Without it they could never survive,” human rights activist Yeonmi Park, 26, told The Post from her home in Chicago.

“China sponsors this dictatorship. The Chinese Communist Party gives them oil so they can maintain their missile weapons program,” she explained. “North Korea could never make anything on their own.”

“When defectors escape to China, the Chinese regime catches them and sends them back to North Korea to be killed. That is against international law and the Geneva Convention,” she continued.

Park fled the despotic regime with her mother at the age of 13. After crossing the frozen Yalu River into China in 2007, her mother was raped by a human trafficker and they were both sold into sex slavery. Her price was less than $300.

Now safe in her new home in America, the mom of one and outspoken critic of the regime said there were up to 300,000 North Korean women like her who are trafficked in China. She said their plight was ignored by the international community.

“You hear about the Boko Haram girls, you hear about these girls captured by ISIS. We give them Nobel Peace Prizes, but nobody has acknowledged the North Korean defector women in China,” she said.

“Up to 300,000 of us are being enslaved by these traffickers and no one talks about it. Ninety percent of them have been trafficked and raped constantly,” she continued. “I was one of them.”

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>>869815
She's just pissed at her uni because she failed in her K-POP band audition.
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>>869829
The problem is America is allied with countries getting fucked or will be fucked by China.
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>>869829
>>A North Korean dissident who escaped the brutal dictatorship as a teen is calling on the international community to condemn the Chinese Communist
>Holy fuck who cares
>She's probably not even a best Korean, she's probably a shit Korean who is being used as a public opinion puppet by a certain western geriatric leader to try and put pressure on china.
>Here's a hot take: leave china the fuck alone and let's get our own shit fixed. We need to stop focusing on race and stop teaching our youth that getting educated and working hard doesn't pay off

Wait till you hear how much she hated all the Wokestanis at Columbia University. The negrocentric crap they teach in schools these days is going to destroy what's left of the US educational system.
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>hates NK and runs to China
>hates China and runs to US
>hates Americans and is now crying about woke shit to grift money from ring wing retards

How can people be so gullible? These people always end up being liars.
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>>869815
>dissident says China bad

Yeah, put it in a sack and it'll be worth the sack, lady. China's not in the business of caring about peoples' opinions, least of all on foreign policy.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KK7HXaF6LE

The Fox News host took aim at the Chicago mayor during his opening remarks on Wednesday night's broadcast, complete with a graphic labeling her 'America's Worst Mayor.'

'Since the death of pron star and drug addict George Floyd last May, Chicago's mayor, Lori Lightfoot, has embraced every part of the equity and inclusion agenda,' Carlson opined.

He noted that 'nearly 200 more people have been murdered this year than last' in Chicago, including four in a mass killing on Tuesday.

Carlson said Lightfoot 'blames firearms and demands more money from the federal government' in response to the city's crime wave.

He then launched into Lightfoot's desire for 'radical social change,' linking it to the legislation set to make Juneteenth a national holiday.

The holiday - which marks the anniversary of when the last African Americans learned they were freed from slavery - was aided by the passing of legislation in the Senate and House of Representatives this week.

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>>870724
>>870726
>Oh no I don't like what is written
Thats how you sound rn.
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>>870726
Not that I don't agree that the Daily Mail is complete shit, but Tucker Carlson's and Tom Fitton's opinion about what Lori Lightfoot said is always going to be an editorial no matter what source it's printed in.
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>>870728
Stop posting here until you learn the difference between news and opinion.
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>>870730
Maybe his opinion is news to me
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>>870742
Do yourself a favor for your own sake and never admit that to anyone again. It's pathetic.

GENEVA, June 16 U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed on Wednesday to hold arms control and cyber-security talks, recording small gains and big differences at a first summit they both described as pragmatic rather than friendly.

The discussions at the lakeside Villa La Grange in Geneva lasted three hours - less than Biden's advisers had said they expected - but the U.S. president said they had been intense and detailed, and that "we didn't need to spend more time talking".

Putin, 68, called Biden, 78, a constructive, experienced partner, and said they spoke "the same language", but added that there had been no friendship, rather a pragmatic dialogue about their two countries' interests.

https://www.reuters.com/world/wide-disagreements-low-expectations-biden-putin-meet-2021-06-15/
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>>870240
>the Biden administration the jailing of 450 Americans who entered the capitol with political grievances
It's 550
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Black buck breaking as an after dinner treat for massas joe and vlad.
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>>870400
>noodlin'
Aint gonna noodle no mo'!
Durn catfish stuck it horn clean throo muh thum and i got the gangreen and lost muh right hand.

i is a leftee now hahaha
Now i dig up da bodees of the new burried dems and use bodee pats to catsh da catfishes
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>>870240
>>870272
>>870279
lol it's like clockwork
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>>870652
You can smell and hear them.

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kokoswap is your one stop shop for everything crypto related, from NFT to analytical tools. This is news right here.

https://kokoswap.org/
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Shitcoin season is over. Enjoy your dust bags.

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https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2021/06/15/putin-ashli-babbitt-n2591004

Putin Asks Reporter If US 'Assassinated' Ashli Babbitt

He even pointed to the arrests of hundreds of suspects in the U.S. Capitol riot and the death of one rioter as proof that the U.S. also targets its citizens for their political opinions, just as Russia is accused of stifling dissent. (The FBI has arrested people for the violence inflicted on the seat of government in Washington, rather than for their political opinions.)

"We have a saying: 'Don't be mad at the mirror if you are ugly,'" he said. "It has nothing to do with you personally. But if somebody blames us for something, what I say is, why don't you look at yourselves? You will see yourselves in the mirror, not us."

Putin showed flashes of defiance when he was asked whether it was a "coincidence" that several other political rivals had been assassinated in recent years.

"We don't have this kind of habit, of assassinating anybody," Putin said when he was asked whether he ordered Navalny killed. (NBC News)

He then countered by asking whether the U.S. was guilty of assassinating Ashli Babbitt during the Capitol riot.

“Secondly, I want to ask you: Did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?” Putin said. “Do you know that 450 individuals were arrested after entering Congress? And they didn’t go there to steal a laptop. They came with political demands. 450 people have been detained. They’re facing jail time, from 15 to 20 years. And they came to Congress with political demands. Isn’t that persecution for political opinions?”
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>>870554
This has literally never been true.
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>>870554
Are you fucking daft?

You know what Putin and Russia do to political dissidents? They silence, arrest, and assassinate them. He doesn't have any fucking point whatsoever because he's an utterly hypocritical piece of shit.

You're just a fucking Trump excusing baseless behavior and commentary, as per usual. No one with half of a goddamn brain buys your bullshit, you dumb incelibate retard.
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>>870559
Trumpist*
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>>870559
>You know what Putin and Russia do to political dissidents? They silence, arrest, and assassinate them.
Hmm
I believe Vlad was complaining about the US doing the same thing, to 450 of them
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>>870559
>B-but Trump
Weak excuse for your regime murdering and vanishing opposition activists.

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As Biden's ag threatens any states who want to do a post election forensic audit, the Arizona AG says “Arizona will not sit back and let the Biden administration abuse its authority, refuse to uphold laws, or attempt to commandeer our state’s sovereignty,”
https://azcapitoltimes.com/news/2021/06/14/brnovich-tells-feds-to-back-off-on-senate-audit/
https://twitter.com/ArizonaAudit/status/1404582689215184896?s=20
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>>870105
Holy shit.
We're a centrist to see the odd outcome of the bell weather counties in the 2020 election, they may just start to ask questions
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>>870620
Good Ivanpost.
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>>870521
Correct. Just ask the republican investigation into russian interference and also the 600 page Mueller report.
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>>870620
>if I have no context to my information I can be made into a fool if I trust averages too much
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>>870626
>Just ask the republican investigation into russian interference
Are you implying the republicans investigate honestly and truthfully? Or are you saying you only believe the report because it says orange man bad?




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