Martin Gugino, the 75-year-old protester seen being shoved to the ground in Buffalo, New York, last year, filed a lawsuit against the officers, the city and others.

Was that the fake blood guy?

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on Monday that she is a sexual assault survivor and that the Capitol attack further traumatized her.

lol!

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Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of the world believes climate change is a global emergency, a U.N. survey found.

Of course it did honk honk

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Unblocking the tunnels?

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Court documents show that a Wisconsin pharmacist told police he tried to ruin hundreds of doses of coronavirus vaccine because he believed the shots would mutate people's DNA

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Maureen Weil received the coronavirus vaccine Monday in New Orleans, and the 79-year-old hopes all of her fellow Americans follow in her footsteps.In an interview with NBC News, Weil said she felt "excited" and "blessed" to be among the first people to get the vaccine. "I have a chance to see a few more days on this Earth because I'm protected," Weil said. "I believe in science."When asked what she would tell people who question the vaccine and don't want to receive it, Weil responded, "I call them stupid because -- that or either a buffoon. Because that's the only thing I could think of that could justify their stupidity."She said a lot of people don't believe in the severity of the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 350,000 Americans, because "they listen to the man that's in Washington, D.C., that's on his way out the door talking about how it's all a hoax and all that bullcorn. And he shouldn't be doing that because that's peoples' lives. Look at the parents who've died and left young children. I mean, it's sad."Getting the vaccine "didn't hurt," Weil said, and now she has "peace of mind," and "knows one thing for sure. I'm gonna save somebody else's life by protecting myself. I won't get the corona so I can't spread it to anybody else. So that gives me a little satisfaction that I'm doing it not just for myself but for others." Americans "have to believe in science," Weil said. "There's no other way. When we didn't have a vaccine we were really up the creek, weren't we? And we had a hole in the boat. But we got a vaccine, so we got safety." > "I know one thing for sure. I'm gonna save somebody else's life by protecting myself.> > ... > Because then I won't get the corona so I can't spread it to anybody else." > -Maureen Weil, coronavirus vaccine recipient pic.twitter.com/TSecX57iAu> > -- Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) January 5, 2021More stories from theweek.com McConnell stares down the barrel of Trump's gun Are we witnessing the fall of the United States? Trump's claim that Pence can 'reject fraudulently chosen electors' quickly shot down

Seems like its killed her brain quickly

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Boris Johnson's press secretary said she couldn't rule out the prime minister volunteering to take the new coronavirus vaccine live on TV.

hahaha we were just talking at work yesterday about how they would try going on tv and having fake injections to convince people it isnt poison

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Rather than condemning the death threats, President Trump doubled down on baseless conspiracy theories about election rigging.

QAnon himself? What an honour.

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Prince Harry admits his world view has changed with parenthood, urging humans to be "like raindrops" and tackle climate change head on.

I don't have to imagine him being a pathetic snowflake

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New Zealand pledges carbon neutral government by 2025, announces $141m fund to finance electric or hybrid vehicles.

Rule by Virtue Signal

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