Yes, a lot of images and thumbnails have been lost. They are not recoverable. More notices likely in coming weeks.

/pol/ was right again

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blm calls for boycott of white businesses

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Black Lives Matter calls for month-long boycott of 'white companies' during the holiday season to support 'Black Xmas' and end 'White-supremacist-capitalism'
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"Impartial" Prosecutor in Ghislaine Maxwell case donated cash to Hillary's presidential campaign

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James Comey's daughter is a lead prosecutor on Ghislaine Maxwell sex trafficking case. Here's what we know about her.

Still no plea deal for Ghislaine Maxwell, who heads to trial next week
>At Maxwell’s final pretrial hearing in the Manhattan courtroom where she’ll face a jury Monday, Judge Alison Nathan asked prosecutors and her defense attorneys if a plea deal had been offered.
>“None were communicated,” Assistant US Attorney Maurene Comey responded.
Maurene Comey was also lead prosecutor in the Epstein case before that prosecution was ended by the announcement of Epstein's death.

>Ghislaine Maxwell is being charged with child sex trafficking by New York federal prosecutors.
>One of three lead prosecutors is former FBI Director James Comey's daughter, Maurene.
>Here's what we know about Comey, who has worked at the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York since 2014 and graduated from Harvard Law School in 2013.
Well-connected financier Jeffrey Epstein's associate Ghislaine Maxwell has been charged with child sex trafficking and conspiracy by the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York.

Ghislaine Maxwell has brought plenty of familiar faces along with him into the spotlight, including former associates President Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. But one newcomer is 30-year-old Maurene Comey — the daughter of former FBI director James Comey — who is one of the three lead prosecutors on the case.

Despite her father's history of dominating the news cycle, Maurene Comey has largely stayed out of the spotlight, instead maintaining a low-profile legal career up until now.
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Trump challenges media & Democrats to debate electoral fraud facts

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3 dead, 8 injured in shooting at Michigan high school, undersheriff says

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> A 15-year-old boy is in custody after three students died and eight were injured

>The Oxford High School students killed were Tate Myre, 16; Hanna St. Julian, 14, and Madisyn Baldwin, 17, according to Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard.

>Two of the wounded were undergoing surgery as of 5 p.m. and the six others who were wounded were in stable condition.
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Trump allies install loyalist into key election positions to set groundwork for a future coup d'etat

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In Michigan, local GOP leaders have sought to reshape election canvassing boards by appointing members who expressed sympathy for former president Donald Trump’s false claims that the 2020 vote was rigged.

In two Pennsylvania communities, candidates who embraced election fraud allegations won races this month to become local voting judges and inspectors.

And in Colorado, 2020 doubters are urging their followers on conservative social media platforms to apply for jobs in election offices.

A year after local and state election officials came under immense pressure from Trump to subvert the results of the 2020 White House race, he and his supporters are pushing an ambitious plan to place Trump loyalists in key positions across the administration of U.S. elections.

The effort goes far beyond the former president’s public broadsides against well-known Republican state officials who certified President Biden’s victory, such as Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey. Citing the need to make elections more secure, Trump allies are also seeking to replace officials across the nation, including volunteer poll watchers, paid precinct judges, elected county clerks and state attorneys general, according to state and local officials, as well as rally speeches, social media posts and campaign appearances by those seeking the positions.

>If they succeed, Trump and his allies could pull down some of the guardrails that prevented him from overturning Biden’s win by creating openings to challenge the results next time, election officials and watchdog groups say.
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Republican South Dakota Supreme Court strikes down recreational cannabis measure approved by voters

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Thanks to the fringe right wing Republican Governor Kristi Noem

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The South Dakota Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court's ruling that nullified a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.

Gov. Kristi Noem instigated the legal fight to strike down the amendment passed by voters in November. Though the Republican governor opposed marijuana legalization as a social ill, her administration's arguments in court centered on technical violations to the state constitution.

The high court sided with those arguments in a 4-1 decision, ruling that the measure — Amendment A — would have violated the state's requirement that constitutional amendments deal with just one subject.

"It is clear that Amendment A contains provisions embracing at least three separate subjects, each with distinct objects or purposes," Chief Justice Steven Jensen wrote in the majority opinion, which found recreational marijuana, medical marijuana and hemp each to be separate issues.

About 54% of voters had approved the constitutional amendment last year. But Highway Patrol Superintendent Col. Rick Miller sued on Noem's behalf. Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom also joined the lawsuit. The high court ruled that the law enforcement officers did not have standing to sue, but because Noem authorized Miller's suit, they treated it as if Noem brought the lawsuit herself.

Noem praised the decision, and noted that it would not change how she implements a separate, voter-passed law that legalizes medical marijuana. That law has already taken effect.

"South Dakota is a place where the rule of law and our Constitution matter, and that's what today's decision is about," she said in a statement. "We do things right — and how we do things — matters just as much as what we are doing."
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Geraldo Rivera defending Ghislaine Maxwell on Fox News

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Hey hey ho ho Rittenhouse is racist and has to go

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Arizona State University students demand Kyle Rittenhouse's removal from online classes following his acquittal

Business Insider

Student organizations are asking Arizona State University to expel Kyle Rittenhouse.
Rittenhouse enrolled as an online student for the ASU academic session that started on October 13.
Multiple ASU student groups have organized a protest against Rittenhouse set for Wednesday.
Several student organizations at Arizona State University are calling for the institution to expel Kyle Rittenhouse after the 18-year-old was acquitted two weeks ago for fatally shooting two men and injuring a third during August protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

Members of Students for Socialism ASU, Students for Justice in Palestine, Mecha de ASU, and the Multicultural Solidarity Coalition held an event Monday night to make signs for the rally they've organized and scheduled for Wednesday in protest of Rittenhouse's enrollment.

"The danger Kyle Rittenhouse presents is not just as a person on campus, representing the violence marginalized people face every day, but the racist and fascist right-wing elements that he will bring on campus," a statement from event organizers obtained by Insider reads. "Having such a high-profile right-wing fascist icon on our campus would be giving these organizations a free pass to recruit and organize students."

The groups also created a list of demands they are asking ASU officials to meet, including releasing a statement against Rittenhouse and white supremacy.
idk where to start. Is this cancel culture? Culture war? Retarded consoomers brainwashed into thinking everything is racist?
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Jan. 6 organizers used burner phones to communicate with White House during the Failed Trump Coup

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Some of the organizers who planned the rally that took place on the White House Ellipse on Jan. 6 allegedly used difficult-to-trace burner phones for their most “high level” communications with former President Trump’s team.

Kylie Kremer, a top official in the March for Trump group that helped plan the Ellipse rally, directed an aide to pick up three burner phones days before Jan. 6, according to three sources who were involved in the event. One of the sources, a member of the March for Trump team, says Kremer insisted the phones be purchased using cash and described this as being “of the utmost importance.”

The three sources say Kylie Kremer took one of the phones and used it to communicate with top White House and Trump campaign officials, including Eric Trump, the president’s second-oldest son, who leads the family’s real-estate business; Lara Trump, Eric’s wife and a former senior Trump campaign consultant; Mark Meadows, the former White House chief of staff; and Katrina Pierson, a Trump surrogate and campaign consultant.

The member says a second phone was given to Amy Kremer, Kylie Kremer’s mother and another key rally organizer. The team member says they did not know who the third phone was purchased for.

“That was when the planning for the event on the Ellipse was happening, she needed burner phones in order to communicate with high-level people is how she put it,” the March for Trump team member tells Rolling Stone, referencing Kylie Kremer.

Kylie and Amy Kremer did not immediately respond to a request for comment on record.
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