Kill Matt Drudge in minecraft, of course.

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Investigators say the delay was prompted by changes to the trial plan, called a protocol, while stressing such changes are common.

China has the vaccine.

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The first offense will come with a $250 fine, the second offense with a $1,000 fine and the third a $2,000 fine. If caught a fourth time without a mask, the person will be hit with a $5,000 fine.

Imagine living in a communist state.

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lol. based. these kids have a .000000001% chance of serious issues anyhow.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci sounded the alarm Thursday morning after the number of new U.S. coronavirus infections diagnosed in a single day surged past 50,000 for the first time Wednesday, setting a new record for the total cases reported in 24 hours.

Fauci is Dr. Doom. Never once saying anything positive. CCP shill fag.

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The CDC and the World Health Organization recommend that people wear masks as a way to slow the spread of the virus.

Greg has cucked numerous times recently. Someone ought to tell him he is a CUCK.

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The U.S. reported more than 50,600 additional coronavirus cases on Wednesday, the largest single-day increase since the beginning of the outbreak.

GOOD. Infect the entire population. Faster the better.

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Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite and heiress who became a confidante of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and was later implicated in his alleged...

Too little, too late.

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Caleb Hull is a GOP operative, with a habit of tweeting attacks at Trump critics, but he has a long history of his own offensive social media posts.

Good night, faggot.

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"President Trump stands against ... cancel culture, which seeks to erase our history," White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany declaimed on Monday. Talk of "cancel culture" - defined as the "popular practice of withdrawing support for (canceling) public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive" - is everywhere these days. "Social justice warriors are waging a dangerous 'Cancel Cultural Revolution,'" screams the headline in the New York Post. "Washington, Jefferson, Hamilton, who's next on the statue cancellation tour?" demands Fox's Greg Gutfeld. Democrats are being "driven by this radical 'cancel culture' left," insists Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio. So perhaps it isn't surprising that the left-bashing president has jumped on this particular "culture wars" bandwagon. But here's the hypocrisy: Donald Trump has embraced "cancel culture" his entire life. I cannot think of another politician, or public figure, who has spent more time trying to "cancel" critics than the thin-skinned former reality TV star in the Oval Office. Over the years, Trump has called for the boycott of leading U.S. brands such as Macy's, Apple, and Harley Davidson, among others, because they displeased him in one way or another. He forces those around him into nondisclosure agreements and then threatens them with legal action if they dare speak out against him - including his own niece Mary, whose forthcoming tell-all book the president is desperately trying to ... cancel. This approach has only been amplified since he came into office, a period that has found him publicly and repeatedly trying to cancel both social media companies ("We will strongly regulate, or close them down") and network news channels ("Challenge their license?") while calling for prominent journalists who have upset...

The Washington Post is the king of fake news. Off with their head.

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