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Violent protests in Washington broke out ahead of Congress certifying Joe Biden’s US election win on Thursday. Donald Trump spoke to his supporters at a rally in Washington before the riot (Image: Getty)He said: “All of us here today do not want to see our election victory stolen by emboldened radical Democrats.
His sons, Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump, also spoke at the rally in Washington before the violent protest and urged Republicans to “fight” for their father. On Thursday, Than Omar, US Representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district, said the House would impeach President Trump today.
Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, urged Vice-President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment which removes a president who is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office”. The 25th Amendment requires the vice president and “a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law” inform the Congress that the president is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office”, according to the American Constitution.
President Trump has previously been impeached in 2020 over claims he abused his power by withholding aide from Ukraine in the hope it would investigate Mr Biden’s son. Though the formal events ended earlier Tuesday, protesters remained out in the street well into the night, with videos on social media showing some clashing with police.
The main draw will take place Wednesday morning ahead of the congressional gathering, where the president himself will address a protest outside the White House dubbed the “March for Trump /Save America” rally. Supporters of President Donald Trump gather in the rain for a rally at Freedom Plaza on Jan. 5, 2021 in Washington, DC. Samuel Forum / Getty Images.
As his final Hail Mary, the president has sought to rev his supporters up over the Jan. 6 certification, claiming that it presents the opportunity for Congress to overturn the election. In anticipation of possible violence, Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser mobilized the National Guard and increased police presence.
Trump finally acknowledged his loss in a video on Thursday, saying a new administration will take office Jan. 20. “It's a good thing he's not showing up,” Biden said Friday at a news conference in Wilmington, Delaware.
India begins mass bird cull in response to avian flu outbreak (CNN) Violent protests in Washington broke out ahead of Congress certifying Joe Biden’s US election win on Thursday.
Donald Trump spoke to his supporters at a rally in Washington before the riot (Image: Getty)He said: “All of us here today do not want to see our election victory stolen by emboldened radical Democrats. His sons, Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump, also spoke at the rally in Washington before the violent protest and urged Republicans to “fight” for their father.
On Thursday, Than Omar, US Representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district, said the House would impeach President Trump today. US political commentator and speechwriter, Jon Area, took to Twitter to urge Congress to impeach the president.
“Take the vote, throw it in Mitch’s lap, and let the Senate Republicans decide that they want to protect the guy who sent a violent mob to their Chamber.” Washington: Violent protests broke out ahead of Congress certifying Biden’s election win (Image: Getty)“We have short memories, and Trump running again is an existential threat to America and the world.
The 25th Amendment requires the vice president and “a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law” inform the Congress that the president is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office”, according to the American Constitution. President Trump has previously been impeached in 2020 over claims he abused his power by withholding aide from Ukraine in the hope it would investigate Mr Biden’s son.
That the President who pointed out the “very fine people on both sides” of the Charlottesville riots in 2017 could not bring himself to even mildly criticize supporters of his, no matter how violent, is part of the pathology. But that quite so much of his video (which Facebook removed from its platform within hours of its release) urging them to stop the madness simply at “coup attempt” was devoted to messages of understanding and fellow-feeling startled, even now.
(That the man who once preached shooting looters on sight reassured these insurrectionists that “we love you, you’re very special” is almost so obvious a contradiction to let pass without comment, but these times have tended to allow bad actors’ deeds to go uncommented-upon for too long.) Once Trump flickered away, gone in 62 seconds, the searing and troubling images of a day of chaos remained, easily legible for what it was, and who’d led it to the doors of the Capitol and inside.
Google has purged conservative-friendly social media site Parker from its Play Store, calling for the need to “protect user safety” while saying the platform allows posts that “incite violence,” as Apple considers a similar move. National Guard soldiers in the US capital could be cleared to carry their rifles or sidearms in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration, the Army secretary said, citing fears of violence after a riot in DC this week.
Leigh University in eastern Pennsylvania has rescinded an honorary degree given to Donald Trump in 1988, apparently trying to send its association with the president down the memory hole after Wednesday's Capitol Hill riot. President-elect Joe Biden, who has vowed to help heal America's fractured political system, may have taken a wrong turn on the road to reconciliation by likening two Republican senators to Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.
Allied helped some colleagues take out their masks as Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallegos, a Marine Corps veteran, provided instruction. “When you put your mask on, breathe slowly or you’ll hyperventilate,” Gallegos aid, according to Allied.
In fact Trump spoke out against violence and called on the people to leave peacefully only to get censored by the blue tick monopoly: With all those good things Trump did for Putin, intense suspicions of Russian influence over him is surely justified.
When one adds up all those actions one can only find that Trump cares more about Russia, than about the U.S. and its NATO allies. Only with Trump being under Putin's influence, knowingly or unwittingly, could he end up doing Russia so many favors.
While China is not blameless, one could reasonably make the argument that, from an international perspective, it has had easily the most peaceful rise to great power status of any nation of the last several hundred years. Alternatively, China may be an inwardly focused civilization that, while it may have disputes with its neighbors, is not on a mission to fundamentally remake the world.
While it would naturally prefer rules that favor it and resists any principles that would legitimize regime change supported from abroad, Beijing does not seek to fundamentally replace the U.N. or rewrite international law. Its strategy has mostly sought stability and growth within the rules of the system developed by Western democracies in the aftermath of the Second World War.
Various U.S. influenced political scientists have claimed that democratization and liberalization is a necessary precursor for peace and economic growth. China's development over the last 40 years proves that it is not necessary to wage wars in foreign countries to be secure and to prosper.
She’s holding an umbrella says” End socialism, take down CPC”. She’s a Christian zealot with a strong tendency towards martyrdom. She made hunger strike several times during the detention. She had psychiatric assessments during the detention since she kept talking Jesus, Bible, God, etc. Here’s video from her YouTube channel.
Actually I’d prefer to preach gospel to those cops and people who quarantined her. Here is an article she wrote accusing Chinese government acting like god. Somehow reminds me of Adrian Zens who fabricated Uighur genocide claiming he’s been led by God against Beijing.
China and other eastern countries proved to be much better in controlling the outbreak and were rewarded with economic success. Not from a scientific point but due to the reaction of some commentators who were unable to accept the facts.
With some 11 million pages views the blog even attracted a bit more public interest in 2020 than in 2019. The Wall Street Journal reports of another misguided decision by the Trump administration.
The federal government on Tuesday issued new dietary guidelines that keep current allowances for sugar and alcohol consumption unchanged, rejecting recommendations by its scientific advisory committee to make significant cuts. The scientific committee, which was composed of 20 academics and doctors, had recommended cutting the limit for added sugars in the diet to 6% of daily calories from 10% in the current guidelines, citing rising rates of obesity and the link between obesity and health problems like Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
... The dietary guidelines, which are updated every five years, have a wide impact: They shape school lunch programs, mold state and local health-promotion efforts, and influence what food companies produce. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services reviewed the committee’s recommendations, which were released in July, and decided not to include the lower limits because “the new evidence is not substantial enough to support changes to quantitative recommendations for either added sugars or alcohol,” said Brandon Lips, deputy undersecretary for food, nutrition and consumer services at the USDA.
Mr. Lips said that the new limits recommended by the scientific committee didn’t meet a “preponderance of the evidence” standard required by law.