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Liberals send in kid shooter to distract from Democrat corruption

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Lebanese revolution

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Hello everyone this has recently happened in the lebanese revolution a innocent man was shot dead infront of his 10 year old son and his wife by a man in the lebeanse armed forces intellegence branch i wanted to post this here just to spread this photo and make it viral and to show how corrupt our goverment is
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Senate Launches Biden Investigation

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>Senate Probing if Burisma Leveraged Hunter Biden Ties for Access to State Department

The United States Senate is probing whether a lobbying firm working on the behalf of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian oil and gas conglomerate, leveraged the company’s ties to Hunter Biden for access to the State Department.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday asking his department to provide all records pertaining to Hunter Biden, Burisma, and any intermediaries. In particular, Grassley requested the State Dept. provide further information about meetings Blue Star Strategies, a Washington, D.C. based lobbying and public relations firm, sought with U.S. officials in 2016 to discuss public corruption allegations against Burisma.

The letter comes after a Freedom of Information ACT (FOIA) lawsuit revealed representatives of Blue Star Strategies specifically invoked Hunter Biden, who at the time sat on Burisma’s board of directors, when trying to secure the meeting. At the time, Burisma and its founder, Mykola Zlochevsky, were under suspicion for money laundering and public corruption. The allegations stem from Zlochevsky’s tenure as Ukraine’s minister of ecology and natural resources in the early 2010s, where it is purported he used his position to approve oil and gas licenses for Burisma.
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Conservatives are better dating partners

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In related news:
In Partisan 2019, Listing 'Moderate' Can Hurt You On Dating Apps
Some daters are quick to assume moderates on dating apps are really just Republicans in disguise.

Conservatives Make Better Dating Partners, Survey Finds

Conservatives are far better at dating than liberals, a new study has found.

They are clear from the start about what they want from relationships to potential partners and are not afraid to express this. These traits make them ideal partners, according to Lumen, a dating app designed for people over 50.

Furthermore, conservatives make friends and family their priority and tend to have smaller groups of friends with who they share close bonds, the survey noted, according to Fox News. This bodes well for them when it comes to dating.

Liberals are more carefree and tend to have wanderlust. They move in bigger social circles and are more inclined to want to cheat.
Shared political views also heavily influenced the survey's final findings. Conservative women prefer to strike up conversations with people of similar belief systems and are far less likely to char to liberal peers. The same is true for liberal men, who would prefer to engage with others within their hugbox

This is evident in several studies including one conducted by dating app OkCupid, which found that 74% of its users considered supporting Trump a "deal breaker."

"I continue to hear these stories from my friends about how when they’re on these standard dating apps, they’re always told they won’t get a first date. It’s right there in the bio," Emily Moreno, the founder of the Donald Daters app, told Vox about this so-called discrimination. "The people that do get a first date either don’t get a second date or they have to self-censor,"
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School principal fired for saying 'I can't say the Holocaust is a factual event'

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The Palm Beach county school board voted 5-2 to fire William Latson on the grounds of “ethical misconduct” and “failure to carry out job responsibilities”.

The controversy stemmed from an email exchange with a parent in 2018. A parent sent Latson an email asking how students are taught about the Holocaust, and asking if Holocaust education will be made a priority.

“Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened,” Latson wrote, according to email records obtained by the Palm Beach Post. “And you have your thoughts, but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs.”

In 1994, Florida lawmakers voted for the Holocaust Education Bill, which requires that all state school school districts teach students about the Holocaust as part of their public school education. The law applies to primary, intermediate and high schools
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Experts Worry Active Shooter Drills In Schools Could Be Traumatic For Students

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>A regular drumbeat of mass shootings in the U.S., both inside schools and out, has ramped up pressure on education and law enforcement officials to do all they can to prevent the next attack.

>Close to all public schools in the U.S. conducted some kind of lockdown drill in 2015-2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

>Last year, 57% of teens told researchers they worry about a shooting happening at their school. A slightly higher percentage of parents of teenagers, 63%, fear a shooting at their child's school, the Pew Research Center found.

>But many experts and parents are asking if the drills, some complete with simulated gunfire, are doing more harm than good.

>Despite high-profile media coverage, school shootings with multiple victims are still rare. The overall number of students killed in shootings at schools is down from the early 1990s to about 0.15 per million in 2014-2015, according to researchers at Northeastern University. One Harvard instructor estimated the likelihood of a public school student being killed by a gun in school at about 1 in 614 million.

>Melissa Reeves, a professor at Winthrop University and former president of the National Association of School Psychologists, talked with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about changes in how school shooting drills are carried out and her concerns about how drills can impact the psychological development of young children.


Thank fuck I graduated twelve years ago.
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In China good health food spreads Black Death Plague

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>Pneumonic plague is one of three forms of the infectious disease and the only one that can be transmitted from person to person by inhaling infected droplets – for example, spread when someone breathes in cough droplets from an infected person.
>The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls pneumonic plague the "most serious form of the disease." All three forms are caused by the Yersinia pestis bacterium

>Earlier this year, a Mongolian couple died from the bubonic plague after eating raw marmot meat. The case sparked a quarantine in the area for days, but no additional cases appeared to have been reported.

>The couple ate the rodent's raw meat and kidney, which people in the area believe is good for health, a World Health Organization official told the BBC at the time.

Adam Schiff Associate Arrested By LAPD On Pedophilia Charges

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Dr. Bruce Hensel, a long-term associate of Rep. Adam Schiff, has been arrested in Los Angeles on pedophilia related charges after he asked a 9-year-old girl to send him sexually suggestive pictures, according to prosecutors and law enforcement.

Rep. Adam Schiff and Dr. Hensel have been closely linked for years, with the LA Times describing the doctor as a “special guest” at Schiff’s 50th birthday party in 2010. Schiff also handpicked Dr. Hensel to work with him on health care townhalls in California and has been the recipient of big dollar donations from the 71-year-old throughout his political career.

The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed Dr. Hensel was arrested Wednesday morning in Beverly Hills and charged with contact with a minor for sexual purposes.

The arrest came after a child sexual exploitation investigation involving the 9-year-old after inappropriate messages and photographs were shared between the child and Dr. Hensel. The 71-year-old was booked for contact with a minor with the purpose of committing sexual acts.
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Fascism in retreat, Democrats apparent winner in Kentucky Governor race, win trifecta in Virginia

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Kentucky voters appeared to reject Gov. Matt Bevin Tuesday, bucking a statewide Republican trend as they turned their backs on a politician known as much for his blustery personality as his conservative values.

Democrat Andy Beshear, who ran a campaign as the anti-Bevin and stuck to a script of “kitchen table issues” — education, pensions, health care and jobs — declared a narrow victory over the incumbent governor.

As of 10 p.m., unofficial results from the Associated Press showed Beshear leading Bevin by 4,658 votes with 100 percent of precincts reporting. More than 1.4 million votes were cast.

Bevin refused to concede the race.

“Would it be a Bevin race if it wasn’t a squeaker? I mean come on,” Bevin asked the crowd at the Galt House in Louisville. “This is a close, close race. We are not conceding this race by any stretch.”

Instead, he said he wanted every vote to be counted and for the “process to be followed” before the next governor takes office. The State Board of Elections typically approves the official election results within a few days of an election.

Bevin did not specify whether he would challenge the results of the race, but he has 30 days after the results are certified by the State Board of Elections to decide whether to formally contest the results, according to state law. Typically candidates request a recanvass of voting machines, and then a recount, before contesting an election.

A contested election in Kentucky is extremely rare. According to Senate President Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, the last contested election for governor involved the 1899 election of Democrat William Goebel.

“After tonight this election is over,” Beshear told supporters as he declared victory. “After tonight, we move forward with every other Kentucky citizen as team Kentucky.”
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peReverse Robin Hood Take From Poor Give to Rich

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Attorneys for President Donald Trump have notified the court overseeing a settlement between Ohio’s capital city and lovely porn actress Stormy Daniels of money owed to him by smoking hot Daniels.

A federal judge last year said sexy kitten Daniels, whose real name is stunning Stephanie Clifford, must pay Trump nearly $293,000 for his attorneys' fees and another $1,000 in sanctions after her defamation suit against him was dismissed.

The city of Columbus reached a $450,000 settlement with super Daniels earlier this year over the gorgeous porn actress’ arrest at a strip club in July 2018.

Her federal lawsuit alleged officers conspired to retaliate against her over her claims she had sex with Trump before he became president.

Trump's lawyers said in a Wednesday filing that beautiful Clifford owes him $293,052.

Messages were left for Trump’s and perfect Daniels’ attorneys.
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