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  1. Texas man accused of taking $1.1M in coronavirus stimulus for companies with no employees How much money was wasted by sending it to the wrong people?
  2. President Trump says he holds China accountable for concealing and unleashing COVID-19 on world Good, glad he came out and said it.
  3. Good chance to read something besides Facebook or Twitter.
  4. WEIRD fact about IPA, pale ale Pale ale and IPA beer drinkers are more likely to be risk-takers and sensation-seekers, according to a new study. Despite ale drinkers being perceived as calmer than their lager cousins they still have an edge, scientists believe. The unexpected results of the study involved personality assessments and blind taste tests to discover links when it comes to bitter taste.
  5. Dr. Nicole Saphier: School reopenings – as a mom and physician, this is how we can reach our goal
  6. Gang member turned activist says Trump has done what Obama did not On the latest episode of Fox Nation's "Isaiah Washington: Kitchen Talk," the former "Grey's Anatomy" star caught up with Instagram personality and community activist Larry Henry, known to his followers as KingFace, to discuss his tumultuous past and how it led to his support of President Trump. " I mean, he comes from the same surroundings as me," Henry said of Trump. "I think he's like the people. I think he is the people ... I think he understands the people." Henry said Trump's past, which forced him to navigate everyday "human being situations," makes him relatable to the public, and inspires citizens of all backgrounds to dream big. "Obama made Black people feel like they could become president. When Donald Trump became president, it made the whole world feel like they could become president." "He comes from Queens, New York. He made mistakes, like he's cheated ... you know, he lived a certain lifestyle and he was able to become president," Henry said. "I did the same thing. I've cheated. I've did things. I've done bad things. So ... when you look at a country where everybody wants to be politically correct ... the fact that he's going through regular human being situations and able to overcome it and be the president of the United States, I think that's admirable. Washington opened up about his own decision to leave the Democratic party in an earlier Fox Nation interview, in which he blamed Democrats for "not doing enough" and pointed to their lack of action in the Black community as an example. "I'm going to support the policy over the person," he said at the time.
  7. Washington Post editor says Texas Rangers name 'must go,' gets slammed by critics Karen Attiah argued that the team name 'is not so far off from being called the Texas Klansmen' On the heels of the Washington Redskins retiring its name and mascot amid pressure from critics and corporate sponsors, an op-ed written by Attiah made the case that "to know the full history of the Texas Rangers is to understand that the team’s name is not so far off from being called the Texas Klansmen." Growing up in Dallas, Attiah recalled going to Rangers games with her father as a child, but not realizing at the time that the Rangers "were a cruel, racist force when it came to the nonwhites who inhabited the beautiful and untamed Texas territory." "The Rangers oppressed black people, helping capture runaway slaves trying to escape to Mexico; in the aftermath of the Civil War, they killed free blacks with impunity," Attiah wrote. "In the early 20th century, Rangers played a key role in some of the worst episodes of racial violence in American history along the Texas-Mexico border. Mexicans were run out of their homes and subject to mass lynchings and shootings. The killings got so out of control that the federal government threatened to intervene." The opinion editor warned that "Ranger racism" spanned decades, writing how Rangers "would be called on to protect white supremacy into the 1960s" and were "deployed to prevent school integration." washington-post-karen-attiah-texas-rangers-must-go
  8. Calif. school board votes on guidelines to reopen, calls remote learning ‘utter failure’ The conservative-leaning Orange County Board of Education in California on Monday evening voted in favor of guidelines that call for the reopening district schools in time for fall classes and said it would not require social distancing and mask-wearing for its students. The OC Register reported that the school board, which approved the recommendations in a 4-to-1 vote, has no power to demand the county’s 27 school districts to reopen and the ultimate decision will rest with individual districts. The Orange County Department opposes reopening, the report said. The Los Angeles Times reported that the school board pointed to a white paper with safety recommendations and called the months of widespread remote learning an “utter failure” for students. The board does call for temperature checks and nightly disinfection of classrooms, the Times reported. CBS Los Angeles reported that the board held a meeting last month with experts who said in the paper that requiring masks for students "is not only difficult but may even be harmful over time.”
  9. Ghislaine Maxwell wrapped her phone in tin foil in bid to evade law enforcement, feds say Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite arrested earlier this month for allegedly conspiring with Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse underage girls, tried to evade FBI agents before she was taken into custody and wrapped her cellphone in tin foil to avoid detection, federal prosecutors said Monday. The details were cited in court documents during arguments against Maxwell's request for a $5 million bond while she awaits her trial. The bond would be secured by six co-signers and a property in the United Kingdom worth $3.75 million. Prosecutors argued against Maxwell's release, saying she poses a flight risk and is "skilled at living in hiding." They cited her wealth, lack of meaningful ties to the New York area and her French citizenship. France does not extradite its citizens to the United States per French law.
  10. Pelosi says ‘no’ regrets after initial downplaying of coronavirus earlier this year It's ok for her to do that because the MSM will back her up. Imagine if any Republican said that.
  11. Chinese doctor wants to reveal truth of China's alleged COVID-19 cover-up A Hong Kong virologist who fled to the U.S. earlier this year told "Bill Hemmer Reports" in an exclusive interview Monday that that lives could have been saved if the Chinese government hadn't censored her work. "This is a huge pandemic we have seen in the world," Yan Li-Meng told host Bill Hemmer. "It's more than anything we've known in human history. So, the timing is very, very important. If we can stop it early, we can save lives." Yan exclusively told Fox News Digital last week that she believes the Chinese government knew about the novel coronavirus well before acknowledging the outbreak publicly. She also claimed her supervisors, renowned as some of the top experts in the field, ignored research she was doing at the onset of the pandemic that she believes could have saved lives. "I have to hide because I know how they treat whistleblowers, and as a whistleblower here I want to tell the truth of COVID-19 and the origin of the SARS-2 COVID virus," Yan told Fox News Digital. She told Hemmer that Beijing government knew in December that more than 40 citizens had already been infected with the virus and "human-to-human transmissions [were] already [occurring] at that time." An intelligence dossier compiled by the Five Eyes intelligence agenices that was leaked to an Australian newspaper in May stated that Chinese authorities denied that the virus could be spread between humans until Jan. 20, "despite evidence of human-human transmission from early December." As late as Jan. 14, the World Health Organization had stated that there was "no clear evidence" for human-to-human transmission of COVID-19. Yan told Hemmer that she has records of communications with others in China, appearing to describe them as chatlogs, and underlined that she is very much in fear for her life. "I know how they treat whistleblowers," she said. "[They want] To keep people silent if they want to reveal the truth, not only about COVID-19, but also for the other things happening in China. For example, during the SARS [pandemic of 2003], senior doctor Professor Jiang Yanyong had revealed evidence [of a cover-up] in Beijing ... and also in Shanghai [another physician's] team reviewed the sequence of the SARS-COVID-2 [coronavirus] for the first time in the world and published it in February this year and then their lab was shut down by the government. "I am waiting to tell all the things I know, provide all the evidence to the U.S. Government," Yan added. "And I want them to understand, and I also want the U.S. people to understand how terrible this is. It is not what you have seen ... This is something very different. We have to chase the true evidence and get the real evidence because this is a key part to stop this pandemic. We don't have much time."
  12. This city's homeless put up in motels during pandemic refusing to leave as state's coronavirus surges Some homeless people in Fort Lauderdale who have been living in motels for three months as a part of citywide efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus are reportedly refusing to leave if the state cannot come up with the funding to extend the program that’s kept them off the streets. Fort Lauderdale began distributing motel vouchers in late April to house the homeless during the pandemic.
  13. It's tough. But we start at 5 and make sure to carry an ice chest and plenty of water. I wear a big hat that covers my ears and neck. Most of the guys are used to it.