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File: 1edae7667017242⋯.jpg (48.59 KB, 500x375, 4:3, Black_Lives_Matter_burns_A….jpg)

1e36bc  No.261701[Reply]

By Joel B. Pollak

https://www.breitbart.com/author/joel-b-pollak/

Black Lives Matter and indigenous groups turned the Fourth of July into an occasion for protest against the country itself on Saturday, with demonstrations in several cities in California and elsewhere.

In Los Angeles, roughly 400 people marched with Native American organizations and Black Lives Matter. The San Diego Union Tribune reported multiple Black Lives Matter demonstrations in the area on Saturday, with people carrying signs including “America was never ‘the land of the free'”. In Boston, more than 1,000 Black Lives Matter demonstrators marched in what the Boston Globe approvingly called “a powerful expression of liberty”.

The Globe noted that other, traditional Fourth of July demonstrations had largely been canceled due to the coronavirus.

In Washington, DC, Breitbart News filmed Black Lives Matter activists stomping on an American flag outside the White House. They also danced on the flag and shouted obscenities.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/07/05/america-was-never-the-land-of-the-free-black-lives-matter-indigenous-groups-protest-fourth-of-july/

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54cc48  No.261700[Reply]

By Babak Dehghanpisheh

https://muckrack.com/babak-dehghanpisheh

Iran recorded its highest number of deaths from COVID-19 within a 24-hour period, official health ministry figures showed on Sunday.

The 163 deaths reported on Sunday exceed the previous record from last Monday, when the health ministry reported 162 deaths in a day.

The Islamic Republic has recorded a total of 11,571 deaths and 240,438 infections from the coronavirus, health ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said in a statement on state TV. There have been 201,330 recoveries, she said.

The number of new daily infections and deaths has increased sharply in the last week following the gradual lifting of restrictions that began in mid-April.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-iran/iran-records-highest-daily-death-toll-from-covid-19-idUSKBN2460FL

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59c498  No.261663[Reply]

By Mary Margaret Olohan

https://dailycaller.com/author/Mary+Margaret+Olohan/

Attorney Alan Dershowitz urged “everyone” to “keep an open mind” about convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s cohort Ghislaine Maxwell after the FBI arrested her Thursday.

Dershowitz, who has acted as an attorney for notable figures including both President Donald Trump and Epstein himself, spoke out in defense of Maxwell in a Friday op-ed for The Spectator.

Dershowitz formerly helped negotiate a plea deal that gave federal immunity to Epstein and his co-conspirators in 2008, requiring Epstein to serve 13 months in jail in Palm Beach with practically daily work release.

The former Epstein attorney has been accused of sexual abuse by Virginia Giuffre and Sarah Ransome in civil lawsuits that allege Dershowitz had sex with them through Epstein when they were teenagers. Dershowitz denies that he did so and sued Guiffre for defamation.

“Everyone should keep an open mind about Maxwell as they should about others who have been accused by Epstein’s alleged victims,” Dershowitz wrote in his American Spectator op-ed.

https://dailycaller.com/2020/07/03/alan-dershowitz-urges-everyone-to-keep-an-open-mind-about-alleged-epstein-madam-ghislaine-maxwell/

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86e635  No.261668

in other words, he's innocent, not guilty you dirty rotten goyim

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b75805  No.261670

>>261663

Of course he does because this filthy hook nosed kike has flown the Lolita Express and been to pedo island himself.

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89d2d8  No.261695

>>261670

No wonder he want us to keep an Open Societies mind about their disgusting kike behaviors and habits.

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7285b0  No.261680[Reply]

By TJ Parker

https://abc13.com/about/newsteam/tj-parker/

Celebrate Fourth of July with a virtual broadcast of Shell Freedom Over Texas tonight. Watch the performances and the fireworks display exclusively on ABC13, abc13.com or the ABC13 news app.

Organizers unveiled plans for the city's Fourth of July celebration at a press conference at City Hall.

Because of health regulations placed in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, guests will not be able to attend the festival at Buffalo Bayou. Instead, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said they will honor they City's tradition under new changes. Among the changes include no live audience.

https://abc13.com/society/live-celebrate-4th-of-july-with-shell-freedom-over-texas/6248297/

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6edc1a  No.261690

File: c6ecf86641a582e⋯.jpg (76.99 KB, 300x300, 1:1, 1593666648822.jpg)

>>261680

>virtual celebration

Get outside and celebrate in person you cucks. You have the right to assembly, and being denied that right on the most important American holiday is the biggest insult.

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933004  No.261682[Reply]

By Maria Cramer

https://www.nytimes.com/by/maria-cramer

Three Aurora, Colo., police officers have been fired over photos that show two of them grinning and mocking the death of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old massage therapist who was arrested and placed in a chokehold last August. Mr. McClain died several days later.

Vanessa Wilson, the interim chief of the Aurora Police Department, said she fired the officers on Friday morning for conduct unbecoming. A fourth officer resigned on Tuesday.

“While the allegations of this internal affairs case are not criminal, it is a crime against humanity and decency,”

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/04/us/Elijah-McClain-aurora-police-officers.html

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a45d31  No.261687

Fuck the bitch ass cops.

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6a9a61  No.261688

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handsome korean

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9bdf66  No.261685[Reply]

By Associated Press

https://www.usatoday.com/news/

An 8-year-old boy was killed Friday in a shooting at an Alabama’s shopping mall that left three other people injured, police said.

Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis said the child was killed in the afternoon shooting at the Riverchase Galleria. The police chief said a girl and two adults were also hospitalized after the shooting. Authorities did not release the victims’ names.

Police did not give a motive for the shooting. Derzis said police are working promising leads, but did not say if they had identified suspects.

“This is certainly a tragic situation when you have an innocent child who gets caught in the middle of an altercation between others,” Derzis said.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/07/04/alabama-mall-shooting-8-year-old-killed-3-others-injured/5376155002/

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bf1c11  No.261683[Reply]

By Megan Specia

https://www.nytimes.com/by/megan-specia

A Turkish court on Friday convicted four human rights activists of terrorism charges, including two former leaders of Amnesty International, as part of a broader crackdown on opposition voices in the country.

One defendant, Taner Kilic, who once led Amnesty Turkey, a top human rights watchdog, was convicted on charges of being a member of a terrorist organization and sentenced to six years and three months in prison. Three others — Ozlem Dalkiran, Idil Eser and Gunal Kursun — were convicted of “assisting a terrorist organization” and each sentenced to 25 months in jail.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/03/world/europe/turkey-human-rights-conviction.html

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71bce7  No.261681[Reply]

By Administrator

https://nonperele.com/

On Friday evening, President Donald Trump said the destroyers of American statues and monuments will receive a minimum of ten years in federal prison if convicted.

Speaking in front of Mount Rushmore in Keystone, South Dakota, Trump said his latest executive order ensures full prosecution under the law for rioters who are convicted of destroying, defacing, or tearing down the nation’s federally-protected monuments.

“That is why I am deploying federal law enforcement to protect the monuments, arrest the rioters, and prosecute offenders to the fullest extent of the law,” Trump said.

“Under the executive order signed last week pertaining to the Veteran’s Memorial and Recognition Act and other laws, people who damage or deface federal statues will get a minimum of ten years in prison,” Trump said.

Breitbart News is live-blogging Trump’s Mount Rushmore ceremony.

https://nonperele.com/trump-destroyers-of-u-s-monuments-will-get-at-least-10-years-in-prison/

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c4f311  No.261666[Reply]

By Mica Soellner

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/author/mica-soellner

President Trump's onetime Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, said the coronavirus would be under better control in the United States if she were president.

"We sure could have done a better job saving lives — modeling better, more responsible behavior," Clinton told the Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast. "I don't think we necessarily should have had as deep an economic assault on livelihoods and jobs as we have. So I know I would have done a better job."

Clinton, a former U.S. senator, secretary of state, and first lady, added that she felt "frustrated" being stuck on the sidelines.

The coronavirus pandemic, the outbreak of which has been tied back to Wuhan, China, has led to 2.8 million cases in the U.S., and more than 130,000 of those who became infected have died.

Recent spikes, largely in the South, have prompted state and local officials to halt plans to reopen their economies and enforce new restrictions meant to curb the spread of the virus.

Trump, who has defended his administration's actions against critics who say he didn't react to the outbreak quickly enough, has been pushing for states to reopen. Even with large swaths of the country seeing a jump in cases, Trump claimed the crisis has been "handled" as he touted an economic comeback.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/hillary-clinton-i-would-have-done-a-better-job-than-trump-handling-coronavirus-pandemic

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3deca2  No.261671

>that virus would have shot itself if I were president

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b6915c  No.261678

She couldnt handle benghazi, but could deal with this.

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ee158f  No.261664[Reply]

By Mike Brest

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/author/mike-brest

A woman has accused Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate Ghislaine Maxwell of raping her more than a dozen times and said she's willing to testify under oath.

The woman told Fox News she was assaulted by both Epstein and Maxwell for years in the early 1990s in Florida. The report, which refers to the woman as Jane Doe because of her desire to remain anonymous, said the alleged abuse began when she was 14 years old and continued until she turned 16, which is when she was impregnated by Epstein.

“She did rape me. I would say it’s more than 20 or 30 times,” she said. “She is just as evil as Jeffrey Epstein. … She is a rapist.”

Doe claims she aborted Epstein's child and that the pregnancy ended the abuse.

“I had never been with anyone except for him,” Doe explained. “The fact that I had to kill my child really affected me and my family.”

Maxwell, a 58-year-old British socialite, was arrested by the FBI in New Hampshire on Thursday on charges of conspiracy to entice minors, enticement of a minor, conspiracy to transport minors, transportation of a minor, and perjury. Investigators said Maxwell played a "critical role" in assisting Epstein in grooming underage girls.

Doe alleged Maxwell used sex toys and would penetrate her with her fingers because "Epstein was getting upset because I kept bleeding, and that she was helping so that it wouldn’t hurt so much because it should be satisfying.”

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/just-as-evil-as-jeffrey-epstein-woman-claims-ghislaine-maxwell-raped-her-dozens-of-times

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b1ae84  No.261669

maxwell says: "i'm innocent, she's guilty. i've bribed the cia enough times to make sure of that"

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025417  No.261667[Reply]

By Mike Brest

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/author/mike-brest

White House economic adviser Peter Navarro claimed that the Chinese government knowingly allowed people who had contracted the coronavirus to travel overseas before the virus was declared a pandemic.

Navarro, who is on the coronavirus response team for the White House, sparred with Ali Velshi in a Saturday afternoon interview on MSNBC about the Chinese Communist Party's role in spreading the virus as COVID-19 cases again spike in places around the United States.

"I want everybody right here today, as the day before America’s Independence Day, to understand where this virus started — with the Chinese Communist Party that is making us stay locked in our homes and lose our jobs. They spawned the virus. They hid the virus. They sent hundreds of thousands of Chinese nationalists over here to seed and spread the virus," Navarro said.

Velshi challenged Navarro's assertion, asking him to explain his claim about the hundreds of thousands of Chinese nationals.

"Here’s the point: While they were preventing any domestic travel from Wuhan to Beijing or Shanghai, locking down their transportation network, they freely sent hundreds of thousands of Chinese nationals on aircraft to go around the world," the White House adviser explained before the host interjected again.

There is evidence that China covered up the coronavirus's spread, muzzled whistleblowers, intimidated doctors, misled the World Health Organization, and blocked outside health experts. In April, the U.S. intelligence community reportedly believed that the Chinese Communist Party downplayed the outbreak and that China continued to mislead the world. Just this week, the World Health Organization backtracked on its assertion that the Chinese government alerted the United Nations agency about the coronavirus outbreak.

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File: 142865f70724843⋯.png (343.03 KB, 592x392, 74:49, hkfp_2020_07_03_09_56_33.png)

644fd9  No.261662[Reply]

Since the Hong Kong protests began 13 months ago, the world has seen so many images of police violence that the only possible conclusion it can reach with an intact conscience is this: so tenuous does Beijing view its grip on power that it would go to any lengths to squash the Hong Kong protests, lest the liberal values they embody travel across the border and infiltrate the hearts and minds of mainlanders.

To me, however, the one photo that is most stinging a rebuke to Beijing contains no scenes of police savagery: snapped on the night of the July 1 protest, which was held on the day a draconian freedom-curbing law came into effect, the close-up shows the back view of a young woman in a white tank top. Her hair tied up in a bun as she raises one arm to brandish a placard. The placard is blank.

Her gesture, she told a reporter, was inspired by a joke she once heard about the Soviet Union: someone begins to distribute pamphlets at the Red Square; a policemen accosts her, only to discover she is handing out blank papers. The policeman arrests her all the same. “You mean you think I didn’t know what you wanted to say?” he bellows at her.

I had to reach back a decade to find an indictment of Beijing as telling as that of the girl’s blank placard. In 2010, a full five years after dissident writer Liu Binyan (刘宾雁) had died in exile, the Chinese government finally granted his family permission to bury his ashes in Beijing. It didn’t let them carve the epitaph Liu had hoped to put on his gravestone, though. It was supposed to have read: “Here lies a Chinese who did what he ought to have done, and said what he ought to have said.” (长眠于此的这个中国人,曾做了他应该做的事, 说了他应该说的话).

Ironically, by refusing to allow Liu’s epitaph to appear on his gravestone, the Chinese Communist Party only drew attention to it. I, for one, doubt if I would have remembered the epitaph word for word had it not been for the ban.

https://hongkongfp.com/2020/07/03/the-hong-kong-girl-with-the-blank-protest-placard/

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494c0c  No.261660[Reply]

By Kurt Zindulka

https://www.breitbart.com/author/kzindulka/

At least seven police officers were injured by rioters in London throwing bricks, glass bottles, and other makeshift missiles at them as they retreated from a mob at what is being characterised as an “unlicensed music event”.

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) confirmed on Saturday that they responded to reports of an “unlicensed music event” in White City in West London on Friday evening.

As the group violently assaulted officers, police were forced to retreat and await reinforcements in the form of specially trained public order officers. They were also met with violent backlash from the mob after marching in a phalanx-like formation, but finally dispersing the gathering at around 1 a.m.

Footage shared on social media showed officers being pelted with bricks, glass bottles, and other projectiles as they initially withdrew from the scene.

Large gatherings of people are still illegal under Britain’s anti-coronavirus regulations, although they have been flouted with impunity by Black Lives Matter supporters and last night’s violence marked the second straight weekend of violent attacks on officers trying to quell so-called “street parties” in the capital.

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/07/04/khans-london-officers-retreat-from-unlicensed-music-event-as-rioters-throw-bricks-and-bottles/

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b525bd  No.261659[Reply]

Books written by prominent Hong Kong democracy activists have started to disappear from the city’s libraries, online records show, days after Beijing imposed a draconian national security law on the finance hub.

Among the authors whose titles are no longer available are Joshua Wong, one of the city’s most prominent young activists, and Tanya Chan, a well known pro-democracy lawmaker.

Beijing’s new national security law was imposed on Tuesday and is the most radical shift in how the semi-autonomous city is run since it was handed back to China by Britain in 1997.

China’s authoritarian leaders say the powers will restore stability after a year of pro-democracy protests, will not stifle freedoms and will only target a “very small minority”.

But it has already sent fear coursing through a city used to speaking openly, with police arresting people for possessing slogans pushing independence or greater autonomy and businesses scrambling to remove protest displays.

Wong said he believed the removal of the books was sparked by the security law.

https://hongkongfp.com/2020/07/04/democracy-books-disappear-from-hong-kong-libraries-including-title-by-activist-joshua-wong/

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2ce72e  No.261658[Reply]

By Rod Nickel

https://www.reuters.com/journalists/rod-nickel

China fired back at Canada on Saturday for criticising Beijing’s national security law for Hong Kong, the second rebuke in a week that has added to strains on their bilateral ties.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday that Canada was suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong due to the law and Canada’s foreign minister called the legislation “a significant step back” for liberty.

China’s embassy in Ottawa said in a statement on its website that Canada had “grossly interfered” in Chinese affairs, adding that the new legislation would safeguard security in Hong Kong.

“Some western countries including Canada have been meddling in Hong Kong affairs under the pretext of human rights, which seriously violates international law and basic norms of international relations,” a spokesperson said in the statement.

China imposed the legislation this week despite protests by Hong Kongers and criticism from Western nations, which said the legislation was setting the financial hub on an authoritarian track.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-hongkong-canada/china-rebukes-canada-over-criticism-of-hong-kong-security-law-idUSKBN2450G9

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