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Better dead

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Every fucking nigger and leftist in this country needs to be lynched, prove me wrong.

Poll: less than 50% of Americans plan to get covid 19 vaccine

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rednecks protect local business from violent liberals

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Michael McCarthy is currently incarcerated due to the infamously tragic babyBella case in Boston MA. He was wrongfully convicted of second-degree murder and is
serving a life sentence. We are looking to resurrect the awareness of this case and bring the truth to light. Our hope is to reach out and revisit avenues of the case that were either overlooked, greatly
mishandled or both. This case touched a lot of people's emotions and hit a lot of nerves to say the very least. Where it is such a heavy case we believe that spreading the word and sifting out contrived attributes
which lead to a guilty verdict will give many people closure and ensue
that Justice is finally served. Below is a link to a documentary made on
Michaels behalf telling Michaels story and pointing out various facts
and evidence never showed to the public.

Your time and attention in this matter would be very greatly appreciated. We need all the help we can get

Twitter finally sides with the truth and America, fact-checks Trump's lies for the first time

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Meanwhile Trump is biblically butthurt that his propaganda was refuted by his preferred platform to spread his lies.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Twitter on Tuesday for the first time prompted readers to check the facts in tweets sent by U.S. President Donald Trump, warning that his claims about mail-in ballots were false and had been debunked by fact checkers.

The move marked a dramatic shift for the social network, Trump’s primary tool for getting an unfiltered version of his message out to his political base, after years of permissive policies around content on its platform.

The company has been tightening those policies in recent years amid criticism that its hands-off approach had allowed abuse, fake accounts and misinformation to thrive.

Trump lashed out at the company in response, accusing it - in a tweet - of interfering in the 2020 presidential election. “Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH, and I, as President, will not allow it to happen!” he said.

Trump, who has more than 80 million followers on Twitter, claimed in tweets earlier in the day that mail-in ballots would be “substantially fraudulent” and result in a “rigged election.” He also singled out the governor of California over the issue, although the state is not the only one to use mail-in ballots.

Hours later, Twitter posted a blue exclamation mark alert underneath those tweets, prompting readers to “get the facts about mail-in ballots” and directing them to a page with information aggregated by Twitter staffers about the claims.

A headline at the top of the page stated “Trump makes unsubstantiated claim that mail-in ballots will lead to voter fraud,” and was followed by a “what you need to know” section addressing three specific claims made in the tweets.
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All niggers and redditors

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One less nigger criminal, the word is a better place, a shame he wasn't lynched.
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youtubers returned adopted child

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A youtuber returned a child after 3 years of adoption because they couldn't handle the severity of his disabilities (which they stated were far worse than initially thought) .

What do you think?

I don't know the past details (there are many people mentioning them in boards and twitter).. only whats written on the news now. By the comments I read, I think people vastly underestimate how hard it is to take care of someone with severe mental problems. And this fact also explains why the couple might have deluded itself about "if we truly love him anything can be overcome" or something link that. I think its easy to see that this mistake could have happened and that finding him another more adequate family could be the best solution for everyone.
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Family Sues Video Game Company After Children Jump Off Building to Imitate Favorite Mobile Game

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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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He thought the coronavirus was 'a fake crisis.' Then he contracted it.

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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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