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1764dc  No.266231[Reply]

By Brie Stimson

https://www.foxnews.com/person/s/brie-stimson

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., fired back at President Trump on Tuesday night after he told a rally crowd she was lecturing Republicans on how to run the country and referenced her native Somalia.

“She’s telling us how to run our country,” Trump told supporters in Moon Township, Pa., near Pittsburgh, after claiming Omar was one of the reasons he believes he’ll win Minnesota in November's election.

“How did you do where you came from? How was your country doing?” the president mused of Omar, who emigrated to the U.S. from Somalia as a child refugee.

“Firstly, this is my country & I am a member of the House that impeached you,” Omar snapped back at the president later, in a retweet of his comments. “Secondly, I fled civil war when I was 8. An 8-year-old doesn’t run a country even though you run our country like one.”

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ilhan-omar-fires-back-after-trumps-rally-attack-this-is-my-country

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3a77f7  No.266230[Reply]

By Chris Francescani

https://abcnews.go.com/author/chris_francescani

For nearly three years, QAnon followers have been feverishly deciphering thousands of cryptic clues and predictions posted online by the shadowy persona of "Q" at the center of a metastasizing movement that experts say is the first far-right extremist conspiracy theory in the modern era to penetrate mainstream American culture and Washington politics.

Yet, a consensus of leading researchers and critics who study and debunk QAnon disinformation told ABC News that a key to identifying "Q" has been hiding in plain sight for years on a pig farm south of Manila in the Philippines at least until recently.

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/men-qanon/story?id=73046374

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7a14fc  No.266201[Reply]

By Associated Press

https://www.newsnationnow.com/

Under Chief Robert Schroeder’s declaration, the department has canceled all off-day and vacation requests until further notice, according to LMPD.

Police also said barriers may be staged around downtown Louisville in preparation of the announcement. The attorney general has not provided a timetable for that announcement.

Breonna Taylor was killed in March when Louisville police officers executed a no-knock warrant in the middle of the night. Taylor’s boyfriend fired at officers, who returned fire – killing Taylor, 26. No charges have been filed in her death.

https://www.newsnationnow.com/us-news/mid-south/louisville-police-chief-declares-state-of-emergency-for-department-ahead-of-breonna-taylor-case-update/

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7063af  No.266207

Virtually no one anywhere else in Kentucky gives a fuck about Louisville.

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d735d9  No.266215

>>266207

Most people in KY I've talked to about Louisville can agree it was an alright city until black's ruined it. Some are even casual enough about the issue to blatantly say it like that, too.

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03efc3  No.266228

hopefully we get more antifa terrorists deleted by literal children with rifles.

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913f1b  No.266220[Reply]

By: Christopher Weber

https://muckrack.com/christopher-weber

A lack of firefighting resources in the hours after it was sparked allowed a fast-moving wildfire to make an unprecedented run through Southern California mountains and eventually find fuel in old-growth trees to become one of Los Angeles County’s largest fires ever, an official said Tuesday.

The Bobcat Fire has burned for more than two weeks and was still threatening more than 1,000 homes after scorching its way through brush and timber down into the Mojave Desert. It’s one of dozens of other major blazes across the West.

>>“This is a stubborn fire,” Angeles National Forest spokesman Andrew Mitchell said. Only about 100 firefighters were initially dispatched on Sept. 6 when the Bobcat Fire broke out and swiftly grew to about 200 acres (81 hectares), he said.

>>“To put that into perspective, normally for a fire that size we’d have at least double or triple that number of firefighters,” Mitchell said. At the time, many Southern California ground crews and a fleet of retardant- and water-dropping aircraft were assigned to multiple record-breaking blazes in the northern part of the state.

By the time staffing was ramped up, flames had found their way deep into inaccessible forest. Embers floated across mountain ridges, igniting towering trees and creating an expanding wall of fire.

>>“A lot of that old growth hadn’t seen fire in 40 or 50 years. The fire had a lot of places to go,” Mitchell said. The blaze had more than doubled in size over the past week to 170 square miles (440 square kilometres).

As of Monday, the fire was still advancing at one to two miles (1.6 to 3.2 kilometres) per hour at times and threatened the desert town of Pearblossom after burning into the Antelope Valley foothill area, across the San Gabriel Mountains from Los Angeles.

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6bbb45  No.266227

Actually, I'm pretty sure it's caused by California's staunch refusal to do large-scale controlled burns and ensure that there is no backlog of dead fuel, all in the name of environmentalism.

Watching the libtards melt down over the damage their retarded policies have created is literally better than porn.

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dada9d  No.266221[Reply]

By: Stefanie Dazio

https://muckrack.com/stefanie-dazio

A Black man shot and killed by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies wasn’t holding a gun when they opened fire, attorneys for his family said Tuesday, contradicting a claim that he had picked up a dropped weapon during a struggle.

Crump also represents the families of George Floyd and Jacob Blake. Floyd was killed when a Minneapolis officer knelt on his neck, and Blake was left paralyzed by a police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Those incidents prompted nationwide protests. Kizzee’s death also sparked a series of mostly peaceful demonstrations.

Kizzee was killed Aug. 31 in South Los Angeles after sheriff’s deputies tried to stop him for riding a bicycle in the wrong direction. They said they were unaware he had a weapon wrapped in a piece of clothing he was carrying at the time.

Two deputies told investigators they fatally shot Kizzee after he picked up the handgun he had dropped during a struggle with one of them, authorities said last week. A video shows him stooping down. But a wall blocks a full view, and no weapon can be seen.

It doesn’t appear the deputies tried to de-escalate the situation before shooting Kizzee.

>>Kizzee was shot multiple times in the chest and arms and once in the back, authorities have said. The full autopsy hasn’t been completed yet.

Carl Douglas, another civil rights attorney who is representing Kizzee’s family, said witnesses said the deputies fired three or four shots at Kizzee, followed by a pause and then a second volley while he was on the ground.

>>An independent autopsy commissioned by relatives shows he was struck 15 times, Douglas said.

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2122db  No.266225

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He had a handgun. Beyond dispute. He just dropped it. Was it registered? Yeah sure. Did he have a concealed carry permit? No mention of it. Black guy, at night, comes to notice of Police is carrying and illegal gun and because it hits the ground before a cops bullet stops him, it's somehow white on black? This isn't about logic, this is about bullshit where logic is locked outside the room.

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bcad23  No.266226

> Black Man Was Not Holding Gun When Fatally Shot by Los Angeles Police

Why would that matter?

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7b3b62  No.266224[Reply]

By: Aamer Madhani

https://muckrack.com/AamerISmad#:~:text=Aamer%20Madhani%20is%20a%20reporter%20on%20AP%27s%20White,writer%20at%20the%20Chicago%20Tribune%20and%20National%20Journal.

>>U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday issued an order that he said will expand a ban on the use of federal money for certain diversity training.

Trump earlier this month ordered his administration to stop paying for critical race theory diversity training in federal agencies. He said his new order will expand the prohibition on training for the U.S. military, government contractors, and and other federal grantees.

>>“A few weeks ago, I BANNED efforts to indoctrinate government employees with divisive and harmful sex and race-based ideologies,” Trump tweeted shortly before issuing the order. “Today, I’ve expanded that ban to people and companies that do business with our country.”

The initial memo announcing the restrictions by the Office of Management and Budget came as the nation faced a reckoning this summer over racial injustice in policing and other spheres of American life.

Trump in recent months has repeatedly defended the display of the Confederate battle flag and monuments of Civil War rebels from protesters seeking their removal. It’s part of what he has called a “culture war” ahead of the Nov. 3 election.

Last week, he announced plans to establish a commission to promote patriotic education dubbed the 1776 Commission. The panel, he said, would be tasked with encouraging educators to teach students “about the miracle of American history” and plan for the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

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675be8  No.266222[Reply]

By: Mike Rogoway

https://muckrack.com/rogoway

Oregon said Tuesday that 49,000 claims for jobless benefits are stuck in an adjudication backlog that can last for months.

It’s the first time the Oregon Employment Department has made any specific estimate of how many claims are being held up by adjudication. That’s an arduous, legally mandated process required of claims from some people with complicated work histories and those who were laid off or furloughed by educational institutions that usually employ them year-round.

Hobbled by an obsolete computer system, and overwhelmed by an unprecedented flood of jobless claims that poured in during the pandemic, Oregon has struggled to pay out jobless benefits since March. Hundreds of thousands of Oregonians went weeks or months waiting for benefits – and tens of thousands are still waiting.

David Gerstenfeld, the employment department’s interim director, testified before a Senate committee Tuesday that the vast majority of standard claims now have been resolved.

>>Oregon has paid $4.4 billion in jobless benefits to 416,000 Oregonians since the state began its coronavirus shutdown in March. Most of that money is from a federal program, now expired, that provided a $600 weekly bonus for unemployed workers.

On Tuesday, though, Gerstenfeld said the state is still working to pay many claims for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, a new class of benefits Congress created in March for self-employed workers. There appear to be more than 20,000 claims yet to be resolved in that category.

The biggest single class of unpaid benefits is for claims that require adjudication. Until Tuesday, the employment department said it couldn’t even calculate how many people were stuck in that classification.

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1eb93b  No.266197[Reply]

By Chris Buckley

https://www.nytimes.com/by/chris-buckley

A court in Beijing sentenced Mr. Ren to 18 years in prison on Tuesday. The court said he was guilty of graft, taking bribes, misusing public funds and abusing his power during and after his time as an executive at a property development company.

Mr. Ren’s supporters and sympathizers said that his real crime was criticizing the Communist Party and calling the country’s hard-line leader, Xi Jinping, a “clown.”

“Very clearly this was punishment for his words, that’s going to be obvious to everyone,” Guo Yuhua, a sociologist in Beijing, said by telephone. “Those economic problems — this one, that one — can be concocted whenever you want.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/22/world/asia/china-ren-zhiqiang-tycoon.html

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cc271f  No.266206

For his words? Let’s do this then, Hillary, Brock, sleepy Joe, Maxine, and of course, on life TV, Chuck Schumer. If you’re prosecuted for words, then let’s get going!

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804997  No.266211

>>266206

Please don't derail this antichina thread with your Hillary jailing fetish.

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1a8c01  No.266219

>>266211

Hillary's in jail? I'm off to have a wank.

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c21a40  No.266218[Reply]

By: EDITH M. LEDERER

https://muckrack.com/edith-m-lederer

Kept apart by a devastating pandemic and dispersed across the globe, world leaders convened electronically Tuesday for an unprecedented high-level meeting, where the U.N. chief exhorted them to unite and tackle the era’s towering problems: the coronavirus, the “economic calamity” it unleashed and the risk of a new Cold War between the United States and China.

As Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened the first virtual “general debate” of the U.N. General Assembly, the yawning gaps of politics and anger became evident. China and Iran clashed with the United States — via prerecorded videos from home — and leaders expressed frustration and anger at the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, which the U.N. chief has called “the number one global security threat in our world today.”

As he began his speech, the secretary-general looked out at the vast General Assembly chamber, where only one mask-wearing diplomat from each of the U.N.’s 193 member nations was allowed to sit, socially distanced from one another.

>>“The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our annual meeting beyond recognition,” Guterres said. “But it has made it more important than ever.”

While the six-day mainly virtual meeting is unique in the U.N.’s 75-year history, the speeches from leaders hit on all the conflicts, crises and divisions facing a world that Guterres said is witnessing “rising inequalities, climate catastrophe, widening societal divisions, rampant corruption.”

In his grim state of the world speech, he said “the pandemic has exploited these injustices, preyed on the most vulnerable and wiped away the progress of decades,” including sparking the first rise in poverty in 30 years.

The secretary-general called for global unity, foremost to fight the pandemic, and sharply criticized populism and nationalism for failing tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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3dcc7b  No.266217[Reply]

By: JENNIFER PELTZ

https://muckrack.com/jennpeltz

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte defended his drug crackdown, dismissed criticism from human rights advocates and underscored his country’s claims in the South China Sea as the sometimes aggressive critic of the United Nations addressed its annual gathering of world leaders for the first time Tuesday.

But with the coronavirus taking a human and economic toll on the Philippines, the often brash Duterte also struck a somewhat conciliatory tone about the organization he has often criticized and at times threatened to leave.

>>“The Philippines values the role that the United Nations plays in its fight against the pandemic,” Duterte said in a prerecorded video, the meeting’s format this year because of the pandemic.

He welcomed the U.N.’s launch of a relief fund and called on the international community to make sure potential vaccines are accessible to all. At the same time, Duterte spotlighted Filipino health care workers’ contribution to the virus fight at home and around the globe.

Duterte, who took office in 2016, often lashes out at what he decries as international meddling in Philippine domestic affairs. Western governments and human rights groups see it as expressing justifiable alarm about an anti-drug crusade that has left more than 5,700 mostly poor suspects dead.

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said in June that the Philippines’ “campaign against illegal drugs is being carried out without due regard for the rule of law, due process and the human rights of people who may be using or selling drugs.” Her office called on the government to end all violence targeting suspected drug offenders.

Duterte has denied authorizing extrajudicial killings but has repeatedly and openly threatened drug dealers with death. Just this month, he publicly ordered the country’s top customs official to shoot and kill drug smugglePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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2aa3ac  No.266216[Reply]

By : JONATHAN J. COOPER

https://muckrack.com/jjcooper

Cindy McCain endorsed Democrat Joe Biden for president Tuesday in a rebuke of U.S. President Donald Trump by the widow of the GOP’s 2008 nominee.

Trump has had a fraught relationship with members of John McCain’s family since he disparaged the Arizona senator during his 2016 campaign. But the McCains have until now stopped short of endorsing Trump’s rivals.

Cindy McCain cited the decadeslong friendship between her family and Biden’s and their bond as the parents of children serving in the military.

>>“He supports the troops and knows what it means for someone who has served,” McCain said in a phone interview. “Not only to love someone who has served, but understands what it means to send a child into combat. We’ve been great friends for many years, but we have a common thread in that we are Blue Star families.”

McCain’s backing could help Biden appeal to Republicans disaffected with the GOP president and give the former vice president a boost in Arizona, a crucial swing state that McCain represented in Congress for 35 years. He’s remained a revered figure since his 2018 death from complications of a brain tumor, particularly with the independent voters whom Biden is courting.

>>“I decided to take a stand, and hopefully other people will see the same thing. Other women particularly,” McCain said. “You may have to step out of your comfort zone a little bit, but Biden is by far the best candidate in the race.”

McCain said she hasn’t voted for a Democrat since she was 18 and followed the lead of her parents. She remains a registered Republican and has no plans to change, she said.

Biden told donors on Tuesday evening that McCain’s endorsement was coming “because of what (Trump) talks about how my son and John and others who are heroes, who served their country. YPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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54f2e4  No.266203[Reply]

By Joshua Caplan

https://www.breitbart.com/author/joshua-caplan/

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) touted her intersectional oppression in a recent interview with the New York Times, lamenting that she constantly has to “deal with the hate of anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-blackness, but also with sexism” in the United States.

Omar made the remark when asked about a controversial passage in her autobiographical book — This Is What America Looks Like: My Journey from Refugee to Congresswoman — in which she wrote: “I am, by nature, a starter of fires. My work has been to figure out where I’m going to burn down everything around me by adding the fuel of my religion, skin color, gender or even tone.”

“Couldn’t that kind of language be interpreted as a form of demagoguery?” the Times asked.

Omar replied:

It’s metaphorical. There are many times when people will say, “Something you said has agitated this space.” And it’s like, no, it’s me just showing up that did it. There are times when I will choose to not show up, because I know that my presence brings about intensity that isn’t going to be helpful. There’s no one else that exists in a space where they have to deal with the hate of anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-blackness, but also with sexism. People will say it’s my “tone.” I’m like, you’re agitated by my tone because you think people like me should be sitting in a corner, not heard and not seen. Everything that comes out of my mouth is going to be filtered through the lens of you despising my existence.

Omar, who was born in Somalia and lived in a refugee camp in Kenya before coming to the U.S. in the 1990s, has previously accused the U.S. of virtually being a fundamentally bigoted country. In March, Omar claimed that American power comes from racism and that “our history is built on the oppression of black bodies.”

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7f711d  No.266212

>>266203

The entitlement of these foreigners. She does not even belong the in the job she currently holds. What a retard..

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7f711d  No.266213

>>266203

>I am, by nature, a starter of fires.

yeah.. we know. Thats all her kind does. Tune in on any stream to see the ongoing riots.

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d32068  No.266214

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55ce89  No.266205[Reply]

By Susan Ferrechio

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/author/susan-ferrechio

Senate Republicans appear to have locked up the votes needed to take up a Supreme Court nominee this year after Sen. Mitt Romney announced Tuesday he backs the move.

“I intend to follow the Constitution and precedent in considering the president’s nominee," Romney, a Utah Republican, said in a statement. "If the nominee reaches the Senate floor, I intend to vote based upon their qualifications."

Romney's support means Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell won't need a tie-breaking vote from Vice President Mike Pence to advance a nominee to the floor.

Republicans Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said they do not back voting on a Supreme Court nominee so close to the Nov. 3 election.

But Republicans control 53 votes and can advance a nominee without Collins and Murkowski.

Romney was the last known holdout among Senate Republicans weighing whether to advance a nominee.

President Trump said he'd make an announcement about his pick by this weekend, and McConnell said he would bring the nominee to the floor for a vote this year, although he did not say whether it would occur before or after the election.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/congress/romney-backs-vote-on-supreme-court-nominee-locking-up-votes-for-gop

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a2ac35  No.266208

Honestly, seeing the histerical reaction from the dems, they should vote the next SCOTUS ASAP, and after november, pack the SCOTUS with 10 more judges.

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130960  No.266210

>>266208

I second this bro.

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067b17  No.266202[Reply]

By Rob Crilly

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/author/robert-crilly

President Trump promised to hold China accountable for its failure to contain the coronavirus, setting off a chain of events that created a pandemic, in a confrontational speech to the United Nations General Assembly.

Like other world leaders, he did not appear in person but recorded his address a day earlier at the White House. Even without an audience, he struck a belligerent tone as he laid out an "America First" vision, all underwritten by Washington’s military might.

His speech contained a list of accusations against Beijing, from allowing travelers to spread what he called the “China virus” around the world to polluting the oceans.

“The Chinese government, and the World Health Organization, which is virtually controlled by China, falsely declared that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission," Trump said, calling on the U.N. to hold Beijing to account.

“Later, they falsely said people without symptoms would not spread the disease," he said. "The United Nations must hold China accountable for their actions.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/trump-calls-on-un-to-hold-china-accountable-for-coronavirus-pandemic

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61d0bb  No.266209

Tell the UN and its WHO (Wu-Han Health Organization) to accept Taiwan as a full member or we quit. Give the “diplomats” and their staffs 72 hours to leave the country.

Cancel all visas of students from communist China and give them 72 hours to leave the country. Sorry, no refunds.

Build sand islands in the China Sea, erect military bases on them, and declare them to be US Sovereign territory.

Open an embassy in Taipei and recognize Taiwan as a sovereign country.

Declare that we consider the US debt that communist China is holding to be NULL AND VOID – and warn them that this is just a down payment on damages owed us.

Communist China has BIO-NUKED the USA and the World. Time for communist China to PAY!

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f9820a  No.266200[Reply]

By Marisa Fernandez

https://www.axios.com/authors/MFernandez

Sen. Kelly Loeffler's (R-Ga.) campaign released an ad on Monday describing her as "more conservative" than ancient ruler Attila the Hun, who is depicted grunting orders to "fight China," "attack big government" and "eliminate the liberal scribes."

The state of play: Loeffler, a millionaire GOP donor who was appointed to her seat by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp last year, is up against Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) and 19 other candidates in a November special election.

https://www.axios.com/kelly-loeffler-attila-the-hun-8f502af6-ed1b-4157-ac80-23c637fcf032.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=organic&utm_content=1100

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