Foxconn is drastically scaling back a planned $10 billion factory in Wisconsin, confirming its retreat from a project that Trump called "the eighth wonder of the world."

Thanks Biden

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Foxconn is drastically scaling back a planned $10 billion factory in Wisconsin, confirming its retreat from a project that Trump called "the eighth wonder of the world."

Correct. Biden is president.

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Chicago's mayor says she's "heartbroken and angered" after a 7-year-old girl was shot and killed while in a car in broad daylight.

Not a word from BLM?

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With countless killings of Black people by police, especially after George Floyd, the Derek Chauvin trial is reopening fresh wounds.

Here is an idea! STOP FIGHTING POLICE!

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Mercer University theology professor Chanequa Walker-Barnes wrote a prayer in which she asks God to help her "hate white people," specifically, "the nice ones," such as "the Fox News-loving, Trump-supporting voters" who "don't see color." She published the "Prayer of a Weary Black Woman" in the book A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal

We could care less.

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Cuomo criticized the slow pace of change amid new high-profile shootings in Minnesota and Chicago in which the victims were non-white.

Won’t happen. They are taught not to fight and run from police.

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A 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a Maryland State Police trooper was an honor student who loved cooking with his mother and spirited political debates at the family dinner table.

White. No one cares

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Miranda Wayland said the hit crime drama was only superficially diverse and that corporation bosses are now looking to portray minority groups in a more convincing and rounded way.

The actor is too intelligent and well spoken. Too white.

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The actor says part of him feels he needs to apologise to 'every single Indian person'.

What a pussy.

Put your money where your mouth is then, donate every single penny you earned to Indian charities.

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The leaders of three-dozen major Michigan-based companies, including General Motors and Ford, on Tuesday objected to Republican-sponsored election bills that would make it harder to vote in Michigan and other states. The GOP-led state Senate is expected to soon begin hearings on wide-ranging legislation that would require a photo ID to vote in person, prohibit the unsolicited statewide mass mailing of absentee ballot applications and restrict the hours in which people could drop their ballot in curbside boxes. Voters applying for an absentee ballot — an increasingly popular option under a 2018 constitutional amendment and during the coronavirus pandemic — would have to attach a copy of their ID.

What voting restrictions?

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