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Facebook, Google/YouTube, Twitter Censor Viral Video of Doctors’ Capitol Hill Coronavirus Press Conference

Facebook removed a live video stream posted by Breitbart News earlier today, which at the time of removal was the top-performing Facebook post in the world, of a press conference in D.C. featuring frontline doctors speaking out against misinformation about COVID-19. Source: Facebook, Google/YouTube, Twitter Censor Viral Video of Doctors’ Capitol Hill Coronavirus Press Conference

Stolen elections show the vulnerabilities of absentee ballots – Washington Times

No question about it: some people need absentee ballots — those with disabilities, those living abroad and others who can’t make it to the polls on Election Day. But pushing for more absentee balloting — even all-mail elections — is unwise. It would make election fraud far easier. In-person voting occurs under the supervision of election officials, with election observers…

Patricia McCloskey’s Gun, Inoperable When Taken By Police, Was Reassembled Later To Make It ‘Lethal,’ Report Says | The Daily Wire

The firearm could not be test fired as submitted. At the request of ACA (Assistant Circuit Attorney) Chris Hinckley, the firearm was field stripped and found to have been assembled incorrectly. The firing pin spring was placed in front of the firing pin, which was backwards, and will not fire in this condition. The firearm was reassembled properly, test fired…

Woman Shot Dead After Following Community Leader’s Advice To Settle Disputes With Rioters Without Police

A Brooklyn woman was killed after attempting to reason with several people illegally setting off fireworks in the neighborhood of East New York. The victim, 33-year-old Shatavia Walls, was just following the advice of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to try resolving non-violent disputes through “community policing,” which does not involve calling actual police officers, […] Source: Woman Shot Dead…

NJ officer on Starbucks employee’s arrest for spitting in cops’ drinks: ‘Unnerving’ amid a pandemic

After a New Jersey Starbucks employee was charged Monday for spitting in police officers’ drinks, the Park Ridge Police Department is looking for answers. Source: NJ officer on Starbucks employee’s arrest for spitting in cops’ drinks: ‘Unnerving’ amid a pandemic