Kujtim Fejzulai posted a photo on his Instagram account before the attack that showed him with two of the weapons he apparently used, Interior Minister Karl Nehammer said. (image unconfirmed)

Maybe if they held up more "Refugees Welcome" signs, this sort of thing wouldn't happen. /sarc

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Liberalism is a mental disorder.

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"No matter where you live, what your politics are, where you work or who you love: Illinois: mask up! And we’ll get through this together.”

They never mention the fatality rate. Just how many people test positive. For a 9.9% survival rate virus. The hospitals never became overwhelmed. We never were short of ventilators (which would be stupid to use for this virus, respirators are what is needed and we have always had plenty of those.)

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"Global Warming". Now you know why they changed it to "Climate Change". One thing our earth is guaranteed to have is a constant change in climate, both hot and cold. ::Liberalism is a mental disorder::

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(Bloomberg) -- When Puerto Ricans go to the polls Nov. 3 to elect their governor they’ll also be asked, once again, if they want to be the 51st star on the American flag.The statehood referendum in the bankrupt territory of 3.2 million people is non-binding. And although this is the sixth time the issue has been on the ballot, boosters think this round is different -- if the political stars align.If voters say “yes” to statehood, as they did in 2012 and 2017, the pro-statehood gubernatorial candidate Pedro Pierluisi wins, and the Democrats take control of the U.S. Congress, the Caribbean island might have a shot at becoming a state, organizers say.If so, the Great State of Puerto Rico would be eligible for two seats in the U.S. Senate and five in the House of Representatives. That has made the issue newly intriguing amid partisan infighting in Washington, said William Villafane, a local senator and the referendum coordinator for the pro-statehood New Progressive Party.“Nationally, there is this impression that Puerto Rico is Democrat, and that those two additional seats would allow the Democrats to control the Senate,” he said. “This has created a window of opportunity for us in the Democratic Party.”Lame-Duck Puerto Rico Governor Lends Trump Unlikely SupportMany prominent statehooders identify as Republicans, but they’re willing to promote the idea that the island is solidly blue if it will help nudge the statehood issue forward.“In reality, I think Puerto Rico would be a swing state or a battle ground state,” Villafane said.With a poverty rate of 43%, Puerto Rico would be the poorest U.S. state -- far behind Mississippi at 20%. It would also be the most financially distressed. Puerto Rico and its agencies racked up $74 billion of debt before collapsing into bankruptcy in 2017. It’s still in court working out how to cut its debts and fix a broke pension system that owes current and future retirees $50 billion.Proponents of statehood say it’s the only way to give Puerto Ricans a voice, vote and equal footing in federal assistance programs. Critics say it would mean increased federal taxes and obliteration of the island’s unique culture -- without necessarily solving any of its pressing problems.Polls show Pierluisi is in a tight race with Carlos Delgado Altieri, of the Popular Democratic Party, or PPD, which opposes statehood. That means there’s a real chance that voters may choose statehood even as they elect an anti-statehood candidate, as they did during the 2012 referendum and election.And there are also no guarantees that the U.S. Congress -- regardless of who’s in control -- will embrace the Caribbean island as the first U.S. state since 1959, when Hawaii and Alaska were incorporated.Despite the challenges of threading the political needle, Villafane is optimistic.“This is not just another referendum, this is another step on our way to making Puerto Rico a state,” he said. “This is the best chance we’ve ever had.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

I thought we were a 'systemically racists' country? Why would the folks in Puerto Rico want to become a state of such a country? Why not just vote for independence? Let Hawaii and all the America hating states go, too.

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All rapists and murderers should be taken out of prisons and moved into Angela Davis's house. Darwinism will take care of the rest. #LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder

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Let them go. Why are we even carrying that dead weight, anyway? Grant them their freedom from this "evil, racist, white supremacist" country. Why would they want to be part of a country democrats hate so much?

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Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Portland police officers who were deputized as federal marshals for a far-right rally in Portland on Saturday will retain that status until the end of the year, according to spokespersons for the two law enforcement agencies.

100 days of left wing radical riots and destruction, and this "reporter" thinks that law enforcement were deputized to prevent "far right" folks. ROFLOL Learn to code.

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Democrats in of the House of Representatives will introduce a bill next week to limit the tenure of U.S. Supreme Court justices to 18 years from current lifetime appointments, in a bid to reduce partisan warring over vacancies and preserve the court's legitimacy.

Yes! But, don't stop there! Term limits for congress, too! It was never meant to be a full time job. (Biden 47 years, et al).

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Three quarters want the U.S. to generate all of its electricity from renewable sources within 15 years.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! What a ridiculous news article! It's going to be a sad sad sad 11 years going into this next solar minimum for you, deranged liberal "reporter". And, if you are going extinct soon anyway, can I have your stuff? You won't need it, right? Deep down, you know you are peddling crap.

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