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4chan's Favorite Late Night Host in the Hospital Due To Organ Exploding

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Pence bombshell revelation

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A pence bombshell revelation seels grassleys fate over him helping trumps failed Jan 6 attempted coup
Pence bombshell resurfaces old questions about Chuck Grassley and January 6
An ABC News bombshell report revealing then-Vice President Mike Pence had, at one point, decided to not preside over the January 6 joint congressional session to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election is once again bringing up questions about remarks U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) had made one day before the event.

The comments were interpreted by some as him announcing that he, and not the Vice President, would be presiding over the proceedings. Grassley later denied the claim.

The ABC News report includes conversations special counsel Jack Smith’s team had in closed-door sessions with Pence, and includes the former vice president’s notes obtained from the National Archives.

“According to sources, one of Pence’s notes obtained by Smith’s team shows that, days before Pence was set to preside over Congress certifying the election results on Jan. 6, 2021, he momentarily decided that he would skip the proceedings altogether, writing in the note that there were ‘too many questions’ and it would otherwise be ‘too hurtful to my friend.’ But he ultimately concluded he had a duty to show up,” ABC News reported.

The report added that, “Sources said, with the pressure on Pence mounting, he concluded on Christmas Eve — just for a moment — that he would follow Trump’s suggestion and let someone else preside over the proceedings on Jan. 6.”

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“‘Not feeling like I should attend electoral count,’ Pence wrote in his notes in late December. ‘Too many questions, too many doubts"

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Racially extremist materials found in home of Ohio Walmart mass shooter

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The FBI said the gunman who opened fire inside a Walmart in Ohio on Monday, wounding four before killing himself, may have been “at least partially inspired by racially motivated violent extremist ideology”.

It confirmed two of the victims were white and the other two were Black.

An FBI spokesperson told ABC News that two Nazi flags, “the SS history book”, a shooting complex card, handwritten notes and a laptop were among items recovered from the home of the gunman, identified as 20-year-old Benjamin Charles Jones, of Dayton, Ohio.

“Based on evidence collected, including journal writings from the attacker, he may have been at least partially inspired by racially motivated violent extremist ideology,” the spokesperson told ABC, adding that the agency “will continue to investigate the motivating factors leading to this attack”.

Jones entered the Beavercreek store in suburban Dayton at about 8.30pm holding a Hi-Point 45-caliber carbine. He opened fire, hitting three women and a man, before turning the weapon on himself, authorities said.

Police said three of the injured were in stable condition and one of the women in was in critical but stable condition on Tuesday.

“Tragedy struck our beloved community Monday evening, and, in the face of adversity, the strength of our community shines through,” Beavercreek’s mayor, Bob Stone, said during a news conference.

Walmart said in a statement that the company was “heartbroken” by what had happened and was working closely with investigators.
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NATO: Our tanks are crap

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NATO has recognized that our tanks (as well as everything else) are complete crap and overhyped shit designed to make money, not for war.
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Stop praising China/Communism/Russia and Hating US

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Hey there! Im a citizen of a country which shares borders with Russia. I Noticed some trends from Streamers Like Hasan Praising China/communism/Russia and hating USA. Soooo.... I made this Post to prove USA isnt bad as other countries. you can ask me about my country(which is corrupetd af, but still. Isnt as corrupted as Russia) Also I ve been Supporting Ukraine Since 2014 and would like to discuss with you topics related to any political issue you would like to discuess...
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Ukraine faced its biggest drone attack of the war so far last night, according to Kyiv

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> Ukraine’s air force said it shot down 71 of the 75 drones launched in the attack. “The enemy launched a record number of attack drones at Ukraine! The main direction of the attack is Kyiv,” the commander of Ukraine’s air force, Gen Mykola Oleshchuk, said.
Ukraine faced its biggest drone attack of the war so far last night, according to Kyiv
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far left dem communist fascists will continue enforcing unconstitutional gun law

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Police in this blue state will continue enforcing ‘draconian’ handgun law ruled unconstitutional by court
Maryland State Police say the state's handgun licensing requirement will remain law until a federal court issues its mandate
Hannah Ray Lambert By Hannah Ray Lambert Fox News
Published November 27, 2023 2:56pm EST

One of the fastest growing high school sports in America involves guns and ammo
Maryland State Police will continue enforcing the state's handgun law for now, despite a federal appeals court ruling that the licensing requirement is unconstitutional.

"At this time, the HQL law remains in effect and there are no immediate changes in the process to purchase a firearm in Maryland," the department wrote in an agency-wide advisory after last week's ruling.

Sig Sauer P320 handgun seen in gun store in Florida
A three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Maryland's handgun licensing requirement is unconstitutional and overly "burdensome." (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)


Maryland's Handgun Qualification License (HQL) requires applicants to submit fingerprints for a background check, take a four-hour firearm safety course with a live fire component, and wait up to 30 days for approval before purchasing a handgun, which then requires another application and seven-day waiting period.

Last Tuesday, a three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that the law is overly "burdensome" and cannot stand under the 2022 landmark Supreme Court decision that a firearm regulation is unconstitutional unless the government can prove it is consistent with the nation's historical tradition.

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Jogger shoots, kills homeless man for blocking the sidewall

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A California jogger allegedly filmed himself killing a homeless man who was blocking the sidewalk, according to prosecutors announcing charges against him.

Craig Sumner Elliott, 68, was jogging with his two dogs and pushing a cart on 28 September when he came across Antonio Garcia Avalos, 40, who was sleeping in the middle of the sidewalk, prosecutors in Orange county, California, said.

Elliott allegedly tried to wake Avalos by nudging him with the pushcart, whereupon Avalos started yelling at Elliott to leave him alone.

Elliott, who allegedly filmed their encounter, then brought a handgun out of his cart, prosecutors charged, adding that when Avalos stood and threw a shoe at Elliott, he ducked and responded by shooting Avalos three times.

Avalos subsequently died from his injuries. Elliott, who does have an active concealed carry permit issued by the local sheriff’s office, was arrested on 17 November in the incident.

He faces charges of voluntary manslaughter, and a felony personal firearm use enhancement, for the fatal shooting, prosecutors announced on Monday.

“This is a tragic set of circumstances that unfolded in the worst possible way over a minor inconvenience of a blocked sidewalk, and a man is dead as a result,” the Orange county district attorney, Todd Spitzer, said in a news release.

“This case is a stark reminder that taking the law into your own hands is never the answer and that there are consequences for your actions.”

Elliott was released on $100,000 bail. If found guilty on all counts he faces up to 21 years in prison.
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Ex-officer Derek Chauvin, convicted in George Floyd’s killing, stabbed in prison

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Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd, was stabbed by another inmate and seriously injured Friday at a federal prison in Arizona, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.

The attack happened at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tucson, a medium-security prison that has been plagued by security lapses and staffing shortages. The person was not authorized to publicly discuss details of the attack and spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity.

The Bureau of Prisons confirmed that an incarcerated person was assaulted at FCI Tucson at around 12:30 p.m. local time Friday. In a statement, the agency said responding employees contained the incident and performed “life-saving measures” before the inmate, who it did not name, was taken to a hospital for further treatment and evaluation.
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Boris Johnson brings family to march against anti-Semitism

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LONDON (AP) — Thousands of people including former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson gathered in London on Sunday for a march against antisemitism, a day after large crowds turned out for a pro-Palestinian rally.

Johnson was joined by the U.K.'s Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and other senior government officials at the march to express solidarity with the Jewish community. Organizers billed it as the largest gathering against antisemitism in London for decades.

Marchers waved Israeli and the U.K.'s Union flags and held placards reading “Never Again Is Now” and “Zero Tolerance for Antisemites."

Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, the former leader of the far-right English Defence League, was detained by police at the march. Yaxley-Lennon, more widely known by his alias Tommy Robinson, was among crowds of counter-protesters who clashed with police during an Armistice Day march in London earlier this month.

Police said he refused to leave after he was warned about concerns that his presence would cause “harassment, alarm and distress to others."

Early estimates from police say around 100,000 people were packed into the tight streets of central London
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