Pedophile Matt Gaetz Sucking Trump Dick for hopes of Blanket Pardon

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Sexual predator asks sexual predator for a get out of jail free card. Charming.

In the final days of the Trump White House, Rep. Matt Gaetz is said to have asked for blanket pre-emptive pardons for himself and unidentified congressional allies.
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Gone postal:8+ dead in shooting at FedEx in Indianapolis

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A gunman killed eight people and injured several others before killing himself in a late-night shooting at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport, police said.

Five people were hospitalized after the Thursday night shooting, according to police. One of them had critical injuries, police spokesperson Genae Cook said. Another two people were treated and released at the scene. FedEx said people who worked for the company were among the dead

It was too early to tell whether the shooter was an employee at the facility.
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Jan 6 Insurrection "Oath Keepers Lifetime Member" Abandons Ship

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Cowardly going into Witness Protection. Such a Proud Boy. Like we will ever forget what he looks like.

First guilty plea. The Titanic has sunk and your GEOTUS is nowhere to be found, as predicted.

You are losers.

A member of the Oath Keepers pleads guilty and will cooperate with prosecutors in the Jan. 6 riot inquiry.

Jon Ryan Schaffer wearing a blue jacket and a hat that reads “Oath Keepers, Lifetime Member” while inside the Capitol on Jan 6.
Jon Ryan Schaffer wearing a blue jacket and a hat that reads “Oath Keepers, Lifetime Member” while inside the Capitol on Jan 6.Credit...Roberto Schmidt/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
A member of the Oath Keepers militia who was charged in connection with the riot at the Capitol pleaded guilty on Friday and agreed to cooperate with the government — potentially against other members of the far-right group.

The guilty plea by the Oath Keeper, Jon Ryan Schaffer, 53, of Indiana, was the first to be entered publicly by any of the more than 400 people who have been charged so far in the Jan. 6 riot. News of the plea emerged last week after secret documents in Mr. Schaffer’s case were briefly unsealed by accident on a federal court database.

Mr. Schaffer’s cooperation with the government could prove instrumental in helping prosecutors pursue much broader conspiracy charges against 12 other members of the Oath Keepers who stand accused of the some of the most serious crimes in the sprawling investigation.

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Black women peacefully beats up Mexican grandma mistaking her for Asian

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Facebook Prevents Sharing NYP Story on BLM Founder Patrisse Cullors' Real Estate

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Facebook has blocked its users from sharing a New York Post article about the real estate purchases of Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder Patrisse Cullors.

The article mentioned that Cullors had purchased "four high-end homes for $3.2 million" in the United States. It also said that she was seeking real estate in the Bahamas. It contrasted the purchases with Cullors' self-identification as a Marxist as well as criticisms from others about the alleged lack of financial transparency from the national BLM organization.
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US intel chief says spy agencies do not know 'where, when or how' Covid-19 started

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"We will probably never know the truth, because even the Chinese don't know the truth, and it will be difficult for US intelligence to figure it out if the Chinese never do," the source said. "The Chinese have NO interest in learning the truth, so it's hard to spy on them and find out what the truth is."
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US expels Russian diplomats, imposes sanctions for hacking

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The Biden administration on Thursday announced tough new sanctions on Russia and formally blamed the country’s premier intelligence agency for the sophisticated hacking operation that breached American government agencies and the nation’s largest companies.

In the broadest effort yet to give more teeth to financial sanctions — which in the past have failed to deter Russian activity — the actions are aimed at choking off lending to the Russian government.

In an executive order, President Biden announced a series of additional steps — sanctions on 32 entities and individuals for disinformation efforts and for carrying out the Russian government’s interference in the 2020 presidential election. Ten Russian diplomats, most of them identified as intelligence operatives, were expelled from the Russian Embassy in Washington. The country also joined with European partners to sanction eight people and entities associated with Russia’s occupation in Crimea.

For the first time, the U.S. government placed the blame for the “SolarWinds” hacking attack right at the Kremlin’s feet, saying it was masterminded by the SVR, one of the Russian intelligence agencies that was also involved in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee six years ago. The finding comports with the findings of private cybersecurity firms.

In Moscow, the Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said a response would be “inevitable” but did not immediately disclose what it would entail. The U.S. ambassador was summoned to a meeting with Russian officials, Ms. Zakharova said.
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Afghanistan: 'We have won the war, America has lost', say Taliban

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Maryland cop kills 16 yr old white honor student playing with BB gun

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A 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a Maryland State Police trooper was an honor student who loved cooking with his mother and spirited political debates at the family dinner table, the teenager's relatives said Wednesday
Investigators determined(CLAIMED) that Ham had an airsoft gun and a knife and pointed the replica toy gun at the trooper, who was responding to a pair of 911 calls, ACCORDING to State Police Superintendent Woodrow Jones III.

The trooper who shot Peyton Ham responded ALONE.

The first caller, a man, said he thought that the suspiciously acting(SHOOTING CANS) “guy” had a gun, Jones said, adding, “The dispatcher asked for his location, but the call was disconnected."

The second 911 caller also said he saw a “guy” acting suspiciously(SHOOTING CANS) and thought he had a gun, according to the superintendent. That caller gave a street address for the suspicious person but hung up without giving a name, according to Jones.

“Peyton dreamed of attending a 4 year university to obtain an undergraduate degree, and move on to pre-law, with the ultimate dream of being an elected Senator or Delegate, to represent his home state of Maryland,” the statement says.

Maryland State Police troopers DON'T WEAR BODY CAMS.
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Joe cools his jets: Biden declares national emergency at Ukraine-Russia border — but calls back US warships

Biden White House is set to impose sanctions on Russia as retribution for the SolarWinds hack and efforts to meddle in US elections.

The penalties would be levied against Russian individuals and entities, and could be announced as soon as Thursday, according to Bloomberg News.
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