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FDA Official: ‘Blow Dart’ African Americans with COVID Vaccine is ‘Where We’re Going…Just Shoot Everyone’ … Calls for a ‘Nazi Germany’ Style ‘Registry’ of Unvaccinated Americans: ‘Think About It Like The Jewish Star’



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FDA Official: ‘Blow Dart’ African Americans with COVID Vaccine is ‘Where We’re Going…Just Shoot Everyone’ … Calls for a ‘Nazi Germany’ Style ‘Registry’ of Unvaccinated Americans: ‘Think About It Like The Jewish Star’

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| 09/22.21
| Project Veritas

Posted on 09/22/2021 7:18:40 PM PDT by Freedom56v2

FDA Official: ‘Blow Dart’ African Americans with COVID Vaccine is ‘Where We’re Going…Just Shoot Everyone’ … Calls for a ‘Nazi Germany’ Style ‘Registry’ of Unvaccinated Americans: ‘Think About It Like The Jewish Star’ Taylor Lee, FDA Economist: “Go to the unvaccinated and blow it [COVID vaccine] into them. Blow dart it into them.”

Lee: “Census goes door-to-door if you don’t respond. So, we have the infrastructure to do it [forced COVID vaccinations]. I mean, it’ll cost a ton of money. But I think, at that point, I think there needs to be a registry of people who aren’t vaccinated. Although that’s sounding very [much like Nazi] Germany.”

Lee: “Nazi Germany…I mean, think about it like the Jewish Star [for unvaccinated Americans].”

Lee: “I’m gonna go door-to-door and stab everyone [with the COVID vaccine], ‘Oh, it’s just your booster shot! There you go!’”

Lee: “So, if you put every anti-vaxxer, like sheep, into like Texas and you closed off Texas from the rest of the world, and you go, ‘Okay, you be you in Texas until we deal with this [pandemic].’”

Lee: “We know that now, but like again, I think there is still this big mistrust and like it’s deep-rooted.”

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European business group calls for China to end self-reliance strategy

FILE PHOTO: A man takes a call next to a poster stating “China meets Europe in Florence” at China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing, China, May 28, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Lee

September 23, 2021

BEIJING (Reuters) – China should abandon a top-level strategy promoted by President Xi Jinping to increase self-reliance, or risk harming innovation and growth prospects, said a European business group on Thursday.

“There are troubling signs that China is increasingly turning inwards … and this tendency is casting considerable doubts over the country’s future growth trajectory,” the report from the European Chamber of Commerce said.

A desire for political control and a “fear of volatility” are to blame, Chamber president Joerg Wuttke said at a briefing.

China has been trying to cut its dependence on overseas markets and technology in its long-term development, a shift brought on by a deepening rift with the United States, in a so-called “dual-circulation” strategy.

Continuing policy support for state-owned companies, the “unsettling” influence of national security concerns on economic policy and efforts to increase control over the private sector, will drag on innovation and efficiency, said the report.

“Although the costs of such an approach may not be felt for several years, they are considerable and should not be overlooked.”

Dual circulation will require China to “deviate from the spirit” of the 1970s reforms that opened up the country’s economy and spurred decades of rapid growth, it said, resulting in less foreign investment, misallocation of resources and growing push-back abroad.

“China runs the risk of punching below its weight,” said Wuttke.

‘MARKET EXIT’

China’s policymakers have stressed the country will continue to open up and welcomes foreign firms.

While some foreign companies, such as those in the chemicals sector, which have technology China needs, are encouraged, others are not, the Chamber report said.

Some foreign suppliers of network equipment and services have told the Chamber that “market exit is inevitable” due to increased scrutiny on the grounds of national security. Suppliers of health equipment, for example, are sometimes unable to sell as hospitals try to “buy Chinese”, said Wuttke.

The report also urged China to de-escalate tit-for-tat sanctions against Europeans that are holding back the ratification of a key investment agreement with the European Union.

The bloc had imposed sanctions on Chinese officials over alleged human rights abuses in the western region of Xinjiang, to which Beijing responded with its own sanctions on Europeans including European lawmakers.

The bloc’s executive arm, the European Commission, unveiled plans in May to cut dependency on Chinese and other foreign suppliers in six strategic areas.

Foreign companies contribute to significant chunks of China’s tax revenue, trade and employment, said Wuttke, and in turn China remains a key market for European companies which helped prop up operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“In many cases…the China operations are the ones that stabilize headquarters and basically bring business to the group,” he said.

(Reporting by Gabriel Crossley; Editing by Alex Richardson)





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Eurasian consolidation ends the US unipolar moment— Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s 20th-anniversary summit heralded the beginning of a new geopolitical and geo-economic order




Eurasian consolidation ends the US unipolar moment— <br /> Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s 20th-anniversary summit heralded the beginning of a new geopolitical and geo-economic order



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Eurasian consolidation ends the US unipolar moment—
Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s 20th-anniversary summit heralded the beginning of a new geopolitical and geo-economic order


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| September 22, 2021
| Pepe Escobar

Posted on 09/22/2021 6:03:24 PM PDT by elpadre

The 20th-anniversary summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, enshrined nothing less than a new geopolitical paradigm.

Iran, now a full SCO member, was restored to its traditionally prominent Eurasian role, following the recent US$400 billion trade and development deal struck with China. Afghanistan was the main topic – with all players agreeing on the path ahead, as detailed in the Dushanbe Declaration. And all Eurasian integration paths are now converging, in unison, towards the new geopolitical – and geoeconomic – paradigm.

Call it a multipolar development dynamic in synergy with China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

The Dushanbe Declaration was quite explicit on what Eurasian players are aiming at: “a more representative, democratic, just and multipolar world order based on universally recognized principles of international law, cultural and civilizational diversity, mutually beneficial and equal cooperation of states under the central coordinating role of the UN.”

For all the immense challenges inherent to the Afghan jigsaw puzzle, hopeful signs emerged on Tuesday (September 21), when former Afghan president Hamid Karzai and peace envoy Abdullah Abdullah met in Kabul with Russian presidential envoy Zamir Kabulov, China’s special envoy Yue Xiaoyong and Pakistan’s special envoy Mohammad Sadiq Khan.

This troika – Russia, China, Pakistan – is at the diplomatic forefront. The SCO reached a consensus that Islamabad will coordinate with the Taliban on the formation of an inclusive government that including Tajiks, Uzbeks and Hazaras.

The most glaring, immediate consequence of the SCO’s not only incorporating Iran but also taking the Afghan bull by the horns, fully supported by the Central Asian “stans,” is that the Empire of Chaos has been completely marginalized.

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posted on 09/22/2021 6:03:24 PM PDT
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To: elpadre

Its really up to the Asians to establish their own social and political consensus. America’ foward line of defense should end just west of Midway, Wake and Samoa. We cannot and should not dictate Asian affairs.


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posted on 09/22/2021 6:09:40 PM PDT
by allendale

To: elpadre

Japan and Philippines better sign that free trade agreement if they want America to defend their interests.

China will take both for everything they are worth.


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posted on 09/22/2021 6:12:16 PM PDT
by Jonty30
(My superpower is setting people up for failure, without meaning to. )

To: elpadre

“….The Global South is not impressed. Addressing the forum in Dushanbe, Russian President Vladimir Putin remarked that the portfolio of nations knocking on the SCO’s door was huge.

Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are now SCO dialogue partners, on the same level with Afghanistan and Turkey. It’s quite feasible they may be joined next year by Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Serbia and dozens of others.

And it doesn’t stop in Eurasia. In his well-timed address to CELAC, Chinese President Xi Jinping invited no fewer than 33 Latin American nations to be part of the Eurasia-Africa-Americas New Silk Roads….”

Our newspapers remain silent on this and other serious movements and alignments going on around the world which will have a mighty effect on US security and national well being.

The US still believes they can purchase friends and loyalty with dollars. When, in fact, our dollars have made enemies of some.


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Japan pub-chain leader urges new PM to help eateries hit by COVID-19

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TOKYO — Miki Watanabe, the chief executive of Japanese pub chain Watami, has urgent advice for the next prime minister: provide fair compensation for restaurants impacted by the COVID-19 restrictions on eateries.

Watanabe, himself a former politician who spent six years in parliament, has a relationship with outgoing Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga from his time in politics.

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) will pick a new leader on Sept. 29 who will replace Suga as prime minister since they are the majority party.

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Speaking to Reuters from one of the company’s restaurants before that vote, Watanabe’s story epitomizes the challenges the new Japanese leader will face to help businesses recover from the pandemic’s bite.

Last year, Watanabe converted this restaurant from an izakaya-style pub, where small dishes are typically served with alcohol, to a yakiniku-style pub where diners grill their food at the table with robots serving meat and other items to cut labor costs.

He now plans to convert 40% of its 300 outlets into these high-tech barbecue restaurants, which also include using conveyor belts to dispense dishes, by next April.

This is Watami’s strategy to better suit consumer tastes and ride out emergency curbs from the government to prevent COVID-19’s spread that cut opening hours and banned serving alcohol.

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Watanabe has been loudly critical of the government’s COVID-19 curbs on restaurants, a rarity in typically cordial Japan.

“I was frustrated with (the government’s) response to the pandemic,” Watanabe said. “It’s too slow and too sloppy.”

The contenders for the LDP leadership have pledged to respond to the pandemic and roll out fresh stimulus to ease the pain, but whoever succeeds Suga, the food service industry will face a “long battle” with COVID-19, Watanabe said.

Government compensation for businesses impacted by the curbs was too generous for small firms but insufficient for larger companies like Watami, making it “unbalanced and unfair,” he added.

“We want the new government to pay fair compensation for the business suspensions in accordance with the size of businesses so that everybody would shoulder a fair amount of losses.”

Japan’s curbs have so far focused on asking eateries to close early and refrain from serving alcohol, but not all restaurants and bars are complying with the non-binding rules.

Watanabe said he wanted the new leader to exercise more power over eateries to abide by the curbs. (Reporting by Akira Tomoshige, Rikako Maruyama, Akiko Okamoto and Tetsushi Kajimoto; Editing by Christian Schmollinger)



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BlackBerry beats quarterly revenue expectations on cybersecurity boost

FILE PHOTO: The Blackberry logo is seen on a smartphone in front of a displayed stock graph in this illustration taken February 5, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

September 23, 2021

(Reuters) -Canada’s BlackBerry Ltd beat Wall Street estimates for second-quarter revenue on Wednesday amid strong demand for its cybersecurity and Internet of Things software products.

U.S.-listed shares of the company, which rose 9.1% to $10.43 in extended trading, had already risen 8% ahead of the results.

Firms such as BlackBerry are benefiting from an uptick in demand for cybersecurity and IoT products as more businesses and government organizations shift their operations to the cloud in order to support hybrid working.

As a result, the company was able to offset weakness from sluggish demand for its QNX software from automakers like Volkswagen, BMW and Ford Motor, as the auto industry struggled to maintain production amid a persistent chip shortage crisis.

BlackBerry was dubbed a “meme stock” after a social media driven retail trading frenzy that began earlier this year sent its shares soaring. BlackBerry’s stock has surged 40% so far this year.

However, the company warned that a drop in automobile production volumes due to COVID-19 closures and chip shortages will continue to adversely affect the company in the next two quarters this fiscal year.

BlackBerry also appointed John Giamatteo, formerly of cybersecurity firm McAfee, as the President of its cybersecurity business.

Revenue fell to $175 million for the quarter ended Aug. 31, from $259 million a year earlier, but beat analysts’ expectation of $163.5 million, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.

Net loss widened to $144 million, or 25 cents per share, from $23 million, or 4 cents per share, a year earlier. The company said a non-cash accounting adjustment to the fair value of convertible debentures, due to market and trading conditions, accounted for approximately $0.12 loss per share.

Excluding items, the company posted a loss of 6 cents per share, nudging past analysts’ expectations of loss of 7 cents.

(Reporting by Chavi Mehta in Bengaluru; Editing by Krishna Chandra Eluri)





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FDA Official ‘Blow Dart African Americans’ & Wants ‘Nazi Germany Registry’ for Unvaccinated




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The Right to Inspire with Sarah Strackhouse – Episode 46: Tina Ramirez – Fighting for Religious Freedom & Eliminating CRT in Schools 9/22/21


On @TheRighttoInspire this week, we interview Tina Ramirez who’s fighting for religious freedom around the world. As a Hispanic Virginia congressional candidate, her goal is to eliminate CRT in our schools. Visit to tinaramirez.com to find out more. Follow us on @therighttoinspire on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Visit therighttoinspire.com for previous episodes. #therighttoinspire #thestrackhouse #freedom #podcast #digitaltv #rsb #rsbn #rightsidebroadcastingnetwork



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U.S. FDA authorizes third dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for older Americans

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday authorized a booster dose of the Pfizer Inc and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for those aged 65 and older and some high-risk Americans, paving the way for a quick rollout of the shots.

The booster dose is to be administered at least six months after completion of the second dose, and the authorization would include people most susceptible to severe disease and those in jobs that left them at risk, the FDA said.

A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory panel could vote on Thursday on the use of a third shot of the vaccine, an agency official said at a public meeting of the panel on Wednesday.

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President Joe Biden announced in August the government’s intention to roll out booster shots for people aged 16 and older this week, pending approval by the FDA and CDC.

Advisers to the FDA voted on Friday to recommend COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for Americans 65 and older and those at high risk of severe illness, after overwhelmingly rejecting a call for broader approval.

The advisory panel said there was not enough evidence to support booster shots for all those aged 16 and older who had received a second dose at least six months earlier and also sought more safety data.

The agency could revisit the issue of additional shots for a broader authorization in the future. Top FDA members have been split on the need for boosters for the general population, with interim head Janet Woodcock backing them and some of the agency’s senior scientists arguing current evidence does not support them.

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Johnson & Johnson said on Tuesday a second shot of its COVID-19 vaccine increased its effectiveness in the United States against moderate to severe forms of the disease.

Data from Moderna Inc’s COVID-19 vaccine on booster doses is just weeks away, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said on Sunday.

Some countries, including Israel and Britain, have already rolled out COVID-19 booster campaigns. The United States authorized extra shots for people with compromised immune systems last month and over 2 million people had already received a third shot, CDC data showed.

(Reporting by Manas Mishra and Bhargav Acharya in Bengaluru; Editing by Richard Pullin and Peter Cooney)



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As debt limit looms, U.S. Senate Democrats see showdown vote next week

FILE PHOTO: The dome of the U.S. Capitol Building is seen as the sun sets on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., July 26, 2019. REUTERS/Erin Scott/File Photo

September 22, 2021

By Richard Cowan and Susan Cornwell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Senate aims to vote next week on raising Washington’s borrowing authority and keeping the government funded, the chamber’s No. 2 Democrat said on Wednesday, as a House Democrat warned that Republican opposition could lead to a historic default on the nation’s debt.

Senator Dick Durbin said the chamber sometime next week would take up the bill passed in a party-line House of Representatives vote. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell has said his caucus will sink the emergency legislation to suspend the $28.4 trillion federal debt ceiling.

Republicans have said Democrats should act alone to raise the debt ceiling, using a maneuver called “budget reconciliation.”

Time is short as funding for federal agencies expires on Oct. 1 and the U.S. Treasury has warned it could run out of money to pay the government’s bills by some time in October, potentially triggering a default.

House Budget Committee Chairman John Yarmuth said “parliamentary obstacles” prevent Democrats from including language to raise the debt ceiling in a social spending bill moving through Congress under the budget reconciliation maneuver that circumvents the need for Republican votes.

“The ball is now in Senator McConnell’s court. If he doesn’t support this (House-passed) bill – or at least ensure it is not filibustered – our country will default and our government will shut down,” Yarmuth said in a statement. “The decision is now his.”

It further complicates a messy picture for Congress, where talks aimed at police reform collapsed https://www.reuters.com/world/us/republicans-are-refusing-back-police-reforms-trump-supported-white-house-2021-09-22 on Wednesday and the moderate and progressive wings of President Joe Biden’s Democratic Party are deeply divided https://www.reuters.com/world/us/splits-among-democrats-plague-effort-pass-bidens-domestic-agenda-2021-09-21 on the size of a proposed $3.5 trillion social spending bill that is at the core of the White House’s domestic legislative agenda.

Republicans are betting that dragging out the debt debate will further stymie https://www.reuters.com/world/us/republicans-see-opportunity-us-debt-ceiling-standoff-2021-09-22 Democrats.

Republicans say they support additional spending to keep the government operating with the Oct. 1 start of the fiscal year and to help communities recover from recent natural disasters.

But they refuse to vote for it, saying raising the nation’s borrowing authority is Democrats’ problem because of the $3.5 trillion spending plan to invest in expanded social services and address climate change.

Democrats note that they voted to raise the nation’s debt limit during Republican Donald Trump’s administration even though they opposed deep tax cuts that added to the debt.

‘ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY’

Durbin said: “There comes a point where you have to accept responsibility” for avoiding a U.S. government default on its debt in coming weeks and provide temporary federal funding for the fiscal year that begins on Oct. 1 to avoid the third partial U.S. government shutdown in a decade.

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Wednesday it is “very important” for Congress to raise the federal debt ceiling in a timely fashion and that no one should assume the central bank can fully protect the economy or financial markets in the event of a U.S. debt default.

Biden met on Wednesday with a number of Democratic lawmakers in an attempt to heal divisions over his $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation plan of climate and social spending measures that Democrats aim to pass in coming weeks using special procedures that do not require Republican support.

Moderate Democrats see the price tag as too high, while some House progressives are threatening to vote down a bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure bill backed by the president, and set for a Monday vote, unless the $3.5 trillion bill is also nailed down.

Biden met with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, then held separate sessions with moderate and more liberal lawmakers from his party.

There was a “robust” discussion of the top line for the budget reconciliation plan, Senator Mark Warner, one of the moderate lawmakers, told reporters after the meeting.

“He (Biden) just basically said: ‘Find a number you’re comfortable with, based on the needs that we still have, and how we deliver to the American people,’” said Senator Joe Manchin, another moderate. Manchin has urged the price tag be no more than $1.5 trillion.

A third Democratic moderate, Senator Jon Tester, said: “I think he (Biden) wants to get something by the first part of next week” in terms of agreement on the reconciliation plan.

But there were fresh signs of Democratic infighting as 11 liberal senators supported the House progressives who want the planned Monday vote on infrastructure delayed.

Senator Bernie Sanders and the other 10 senators said in a statement they had voted for the bipartisan infrastructure bill with the understanding that the two bills would move together.

“Passing the infrastructure bill first would be in violation of that agreement,” they said. “That is what we agreed to, it’s what the American people want, and it’s the only path forward for this Congress.”

(Reporting by Richard Cowan, Susan Cornwell, David Lawder and David Morgan; Editing by Scott Malone and Peter Cooney)





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Prosecutors Lost A Fight To Keep A Set Of Jan. 6 Capitol Surveillance Videos Under Seal




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Prosecutors Lost A Fight To Keep A Set Of Jan. 6 Capitol Surveillance Videos Under Seal

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| 22 September 2021
| Zoe Tillman

Posted on 09/22/2021 3:10:32 PM PDT by Fractal Trader

Federal prosecutors on Tuesday released a new collection of Capitol surveillance videos from Jan. 6 after a judge ordered them to do so, rejecting the government’s argument that making the clips public could threaten the security of the complex.

The disclosure marks a setback for the US Capitol Police and the US attorney’s office in their efforts to control how much footage from the Capitol’s closed-circuit video (CCV) system gets out. In the latest case, prosecutors argued that revealing the location and vantage points of more cameras could help “bad actors” trying to plan some future assault on the building. A judge concluded that argument was too speculative, however, and that the public had a strong interest in seeing videos that formed the basis for a recent plea deal.

US District Chief Judge Beryl Howell ordered the videos released in response to a request from a media coalition (including BuzzFeed News) that is petitioning judges on a rolling basis for videos that prosecutors have relied on in Jan. 6 cases. Howell’s decision isn’t binding on other judges in the US District Court for the District of Columbia presiding over Capitol riot prosecutions, but it gives the media coalition a favorable ruling to point to in future fights.

The clips cover a period of about 15 minutes on Jan. 6 — between 2:25 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. — in different locations inside the Capitol. They show rioters streaming through open doors and broken windows at an entrance on the Senate side; crowds of people walking into the Crypt, standing in a large crowd, and eventually dispersing; and, finally, rioters exiting as US Capitol Police officers in riot gear gather at the Senate entrance point to stand guard as a mob that’s outside looks in through the broken windows.

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To: Fractal Trader

All of it needs to be released.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:13:33 PM PDT
by McGavin999
(biden is not my president)

To: Fractal Trader

and how is this not prosecutorial misconduct? To exclude potentially exculpatory evidence from a defendant should disbar the prosecutor


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:16:27 PM PDT
by mo
(“If you understand, no explanation is needed; if you don’t understand, no explanation is possible)

To: Fractal Trader

The current government must not want the country to see how tranquil a “riot” should be versus a Constitutional right of assembly.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:20:03 PM PDT
by immadashell
(New Planned Parenthood slogan: Black Babies’ Lives Don’t Matter!c)

To: mo

I suppose they will argue that it was “for national security” which in the past, has allowed them to hide and redact EVERYTHING.

I remember a short while back, a FOIA request resulted in the release of important documents in which entire pages were simply covered top to bottom in redactions.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:21:02 PM PDT
by rlmorel
(Leftists are The Droplet of Sewage in a gallon of ultra-pure clean water.)

To: Fractal Trader

Nancy Pelosi is trying to keep secret videos that show people in areas where public tours are conducted. The article says the people “stormed the Capitol.” In actuality, they just walked in. I wonder how many of the instigators are actually Trump supporters. Most of the people were just useful idiots who messed up their own lives and ruined much for the make America great again movement.



To: mo

Prosecutorial misconduct is a joke. I was involved in a criminal case being prosecuted by the State Attorneys Generals Office (yeah, I’m a real bad ass, sarc). The county Assistant District Attorney (my estranged daughter) was colluding with the Attorneys General’s office on multiple occasions. The Judge was aware of this and only reprimanded the Prosecutor. This had no bearing on the case because the damage was done. If I was ever inclined, I could destroy the Assistant District Attorneys career. I have so much video and tweets of her talking about being evil on court, making fun of other attorneys and defendants. I’d love to know how many innocent lives shes ruined so far. These people appear to be “just”, but they are a joke.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:25:23 PM PDT
by RBW in PA

To: Fractal Trader

Notice BuzzHeads use of the term “Rioters” – not protestors, concerned citizens or other less damning terms.

Also, the vantage point of the cameras being sacrosanct has got to be the lamest reasoning to keep the video unreleased; being the US Senate and House they would have zero qualms about spending millions to relocate and/or double, even triple, the number of surveillance cameras. Just none where they can be seen sexually harassing their aides.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:28:27 PM PDT
by John Milner
(Marching for Peace is like breathing for food. )

To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Arthur Wildfire! March; Berosus; Bockscar; cardinal4; ColdOne; …

…a judge ordered them to do so, rejecting the government’s argument that making the clips public could threaten the security of the complex… US District Chief Judge Beryl Howell ordered the videos released in response to a request from a media coalition (including BuzzFeed News) that is petitioning judges on a rolling basis for videos that prosecutors have relied on in Jan. 6 cases. Howell’s decision isn’t binding on other judges in the US District Court for the District of Columbia presiding over Capitol riot prosecutions, but it gives the media coalition a favorable ruling to point to in future fights.

Each and every media ‘hole who refers to the January 6th protest as an “insurrection” should be prosecuted under the RICO Act.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:31:33 PM PDT
by SunkenCiv
(Imagine an imaginary menagerie manager imagining managing an imaginary menagerie.)

To: mo

Some people need to remember the lessons that apparently nobody leaned from the Gen. Flynn fiasco. When you plead guilty to a crime you waive your right to any exculpatory evidence.

The prosecutors weren’t trying to withhold this information from the defendants. They wanted to hide it from the MEDIA.

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posted on 09/22/2021 3:35:51 PM PDT
by Alberta’s Child
(“All lies and jest, ‘til a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest.”)

To: RBW in PA

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posted on 09/22/2021 3:40:59 PM PDT
by ConservativeMind
(Trump: Befuddling Democrats, Republicans, and the Media for the benefit of the US and all mankind.)

What do the Stasi jackwagons have to hide?


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:41:37 PM PDT
by Gene Eric
(Don’t be a statist!)

To: Fractal Trader

“”Federal prosecutors on Tuesday released a new collection of Capitol surveillance videos from Jan. 6””

Is it the ones where they are waving them in from the street or the ones where they are holding the doors open so they can walk in?

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posted on 09/22/2021 3:41:57 PM PDT
by TLI
(ITINERIS IMPENDEO VALHALLA)

To: Fractal Trader


To: Fractal Trader

I would say all of it should be released to the jury but 14,000 hours? Dayum. That’s 1750 days of watching at 8 hours a day.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:46:15 PM PDT
by Pollard
(Some people like to argue just to argue.)

The problem with releasing some footage concerns the questions that’ll raised about the other unreleased footage. That “other” footage would cause quite the stir.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:48:39 PM PDT
by Gene Eric
(Don’t be a statist!)

To: Pollard

Automated video analysis would easily narrow into the relevant footage.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:50:49 PM PDT
by Gene Eric
(Don’t be a statist!)

To: Fractal Trader

Wonder if this evidence will “disappear” like the few minutes of Nixon’s tapes.


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:51:58 PM PDT
by Ruy Dias de Bivar
(OUT OF FB JAIL! and back on the attack. 4 hours! Now back in FB jail-again!)

To: Freee-dame

How do we know which people were innocent Trump supporters and which ones were plants/agitators? The second/third video shows folks gleefully dancing in the rotunda. Doubtful they were innocent folks. What about the folks with backpacks, or flags?


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posted on 09/22/2021 3:53:34 PM PDT
by hoe_cake
(A Descendant of the Signers of the Constitution. )

To: John Milner

Also, the vantage point of the cameras being sacrosanct has got to be the lamest reasoning to keep the video unreleased;

I will add to that it’s not like these are hidden cameras, anyone looking up can see them, just like Walmart.

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posted on 09/22/2021 4:01:17 PM PDT
by usurper
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