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‘Dark money’ organization may have helped Biden win

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https://www.rt.com/usa/541430-dark-money-biden-election-2020/

A shadowy non-profit known as the Voter Participation Center reportedly spent over $100 million ahead of the 2020 presidential election to attract hundreds of thousands of votes from those considered likely to support Joe Biden.
The Washington-based group raised $85 million and spent an even larger amount delivering millions of mail and digital notifications to voters during 2020, The Hill reported this week. Accessing the group’s tax filings, the news outlet noted that last year’s spending dwarfed the $14 million it spent during the previous election in 2016.

Although the Voter Participation Center (VPC) does not explicitly campaign for specific candidates, it targets younger voters, minorities and unmarried women – all of whom traditionally favor Democrats but typically generate below-average turnouts.

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The group’s CEO Tom Lopach told The Hill it had delivered some 371 million pieces of mail over the 2020 election cycle, urging voters to register for mail-in voting or to vote early. They also apparently sent out another 300 million digital messages through ads and emails.

Lopach estimated that the group had brought in about 272,000 votes from people who might not otherwise show up at polling stations – potentially helping Biden secure his narrow victories in swing states like Arizona, Wisconsin and Georgia.

Since the group is a registered non-profit, it is exempt from disclosing the sources of its funds – and Lopach did not elaborate. He did, however, say the group had “strong support from foundations” and “organizations who believe in voter participation, and private individuals.”
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Israel bans all foreigners - Open borders for USA

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Compulsory vaccines in Austria

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https://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-59343987

So... How long before other developed countries implement mandatory vaccines?
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Biden breaking records

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/biden-s-approval-ratings-continue-to-plunge-amid-crisis-over-inflation/ar-AAQHedT

Biden’s approval ratings continue to plunge amid crisis over inflation
Richard Luscombe - 2h ago

confidence in the president continuing to plunge amid a crisis over inflation and supply chain problems.

Related: Republican senator won’t condemn Trump for defending chants of ‘Hang Mike Pence’

In alarming news for the White House, only 41% of voters approved of Biden in a Washington Post/ABC survey published on Sunday, continuing a steady downward trend in the president’s ratings.

The new numbers, which come despite a victory lap over the passing of a $1.2tn infrastructure package and growing confidence over the prospects for a $1.75tn social spending bill, are a growing worry for Democrats with less than a year to the midterm elections.

Only 39% approved of Biden’s handling of the economy, their confidence shaken by inflation surging to 30-year highs and the supply chain crisis threatening the availability of food and other essentials with the holiday season approaching.

treasury secretary, and Brian Deese, director of the National Economic Council, tried to reassure voters that Biden’s policies had the US on the right track, amid warnings of inflation remaining high well into next year.

“We will still have an economic recovery that will be strong and support ongoing growth,” Yellen told CBS’s Face the Nation when asked about the likely dropping of paid family leave – forced by moderate Democratic senators such as Joe Manchin – from Biden’s Build Back Better domestic spending package.

“We’re supportive, President Biden and I, of paid leave, and it’s something that we will try to legislate in the future,” Yellen said. “But there’s money in this package that will make it easier for people to work and care for family members at the same time.”
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Terrorism? Multiple Dead After Driver Plows S.U.V. Into Holiday Parade in Wisconsin

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https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/21/us/wisconsin-parade-crash-shooting.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG4VcJW6sSQ

Then, just before 4:40 p.m., the driver of a red S.U.V. stormed through barricades and barreled through the crowd, killing multiple people and striking more than 20. Fire officials said 23 people, including many children, were taken to hospitals with unspecified injuries. It was unclear how many people died or why the attack took place.
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Proud Boys March Long Island

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I know this is a long shot, but this vehicle appears at at least two PB marches on LI. Was wondering if it has appeared at other PB or political events

https://nypost.com/2021/11/28/proud-boys-march-through-long-island-streets-report/
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Wait what? FDA wants 55 years to process FOIA request over vaccine data

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>get used to it, comrade, this is Biden's Amerikkka

https://www.reuters.com/legal/government/wait-what-fda-wants-55-years-process-foia-request-over-vaccine-data-2021-11-18/

(Reuters) - Freedom of Information Act requests are rarely speedy, but when a group of scientists asked the federal government to share the data it relied upon in licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, the response went beyond typical bureaucratic foot-dragging. As in 55 years beyond. That’s how long the Food & Drug Administration in court papers this week proposes it should be given to review and release the trove of vaccine-related documents responsive to the request. If a federal judge in Texas agrees, plaintiffs Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency can expect to see the full record in 2076. The 1967 FOIA law requires federal agencies to respond to information requests within 20 business days. However, the time it takes to actually get the documents “will vary depending on the complexity of the request and any backlog of requests already pending at the agency,” according to the government’s central FOIA website.
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The neo Nazi Socialist Briben and the Princeling

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Child slavery is something the little Nazi Socialist Briben family have a history of. So I guess we shouldnt be surprised these two continue the family legacy. But why do the billionaire own MSM refuse to cover the story? Oh yeah thats right because they are neo Nazi Socialists as well.


https://www.zerohedge.com/political/what-elephant-media-again-buries-hunter-biden-scandal-foreign-deals-during-biden-vice
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The neo Nazi Socialist briben and his son are disgusting

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Ever since Joe Biden announced his candidacy for the US Presidency, the mainstream press and Democrat officials have avoided any investigation or scrutiny into the business dealings of the Biden family syndicate – for fear that any negative news about untoward scandals might damage the Biden political brand. However, due to the sheer amount of chicanery and foreign influence peddling, it’s now become almost impossible to hide, even for the deeply partisan corporate media Cobalt mining in Africa is known to be a dirty industry. UNICEF estimates that out of the estimated 255,000 Congolese mining for cobalt, at least 40,000 are children, some as young as six years old (pictured above), and who handle toxic material with their bare hands. Many of these cobalt miners are working for less than $2 per day.

Incredibly, much of Hunter Biden’s brazen foreign influence peddling took place while Joe Biden was serving as US Vice President under Barack Obama.

https://21stcenturywire.com/2021/11/23/confirmed-biden-family-syndicate-helped-chinese-secure-cobalt-deal/
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