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Google to remove all account security

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Google will allow accounts to be accessed by the heavily compromised phone system. Removal off all credit card or other payment info from your Google account is highly recommended.
see also phone sim cloning and voice cloning with ai
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Nobody turns up to see the most popular grifter in history

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Who will control the poppy fields when America leaves

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Biden the racist and BLM

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Mothers day canceled -Women are now birthing people

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Calling women "mothers" is so sexist. But calling then "birthing people" or "birthing machines" is dehumanizing.
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fascist israel

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Eviction of Palestinians from homes on land claimed by Jewish settlers in East Jerusalem.
so if the judicial system is Israeli and is giving houses built by Palestinians to israeli people claiming that they are the owners ,How can you be sure that the land owners was israeli.
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Russia?cyber attack shuts down main US oil pipeline(supplies 50% of E.coast)

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NEW YORK, May 8 (Reuters) - Top U.S. fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline has shut its entire network, the source of nearly half of the U.S. East Coast's fuel supply, after a cyber attack that the company said was caused by ransomware.

The incident is one of the most disruptive digital ransom operations ever reported.
Colonial transports 2.5 million barrels per day of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and other refined products through 5,500 miles (8,850 km) of pipelines linking refiners on the Gulf Coast to the eastern and southern United States.

Investigators are looking at a group dubbed "DarkSide," known for deploying ransomware and extorting victims while avoiding targets in post-Soviet states.
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MISTRIAL!: Chauvin juror attended pre-trial rally wearing BLM shirt

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A juror in the Derek Chauvin trial may have jeopardized the guilty verdict by attending a rally last year and wearing a “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks/BLM” T-shirt, raising questions about whether he told the truth during jury selection.

Brandon Mitchell, known as Juror #52, told Minneapolis news outlets Monday that he attended the Aug. 28 march in Washington, D.C., featuring speeches by George Floyd’s siblings, while a photo circulating online shows him with two cousins wearing the T-shirt as well as a “Black Lives Matter” hat.

What may come back to haunt the prosecution is that Mr. Mitchell, 31, answered “no” when asked during jury selection if he had attended any protests for George Floyd.
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Rhode Island man handcuffed by police dies
The Providence Police Department released body camera footage of the Friday morning incident.

Providence, Rhode Island, police released body camera video after a man who was handcuffed by officers died.

The footage is from one of several officers who responded to a call around 12:30 a.m. ET Friday about a man, identified as Joseph Ventre, 34, screaming in the middle of the street.

When the video begins, Ventre is heard yelling. Two other officers are already on the scene.

NY Post Reporter Resigns, Says She Was ‘Ordered’ To Write Smear Piece on Kamala Harris

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Real Fake News comes from the Right Wing
A reporter for the New York Post whose byline appeared on a story suggesting that copies of a book by Vice President Harris was given to children who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border has resigned.

Laura Italiano announced on Twitter that she turned in her resignation on Tuesday. She claimed that she unsuccessfully tried to push back against the story, and called it her “breaking point.”

“An announcement: Today I handed in my resignation to my editors at the New York Post,” Italiano tweeted.

“The Kamala Harris story — an incorrect story I was ordered to write and which I failed to push back hard enough against — was my breaking point,” she said. “It's been a privilege to cover the City of New York for its liveliest, wittiest tabloid — a paper filled with reporters and editors I admire deeply and hold as friends. I'm sad to leave.”

The Hill has reached out to the New York Post for comment.

The story, which was first published last week, alleged that children who crossed the border were getting copies of Harris’s book as part of a “welcome kit.” Conservatives promoted the story, causing it to go viral.

The Washington Post largely found that the story was false. They only found one photograph of a single copy of Harris’s book “Superheroes are Everywhere” that was donated.

The story was temporarily removed on Tuesday, and has since been republished with an editor’s note advising that only “one known copy of the book” was given to a child.

“The original version of this article said migrant kids were getting Harris’s book in a welcome kit, but has been updated to note that only one known copy of the book was given to a child,” the note said.
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