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Inside BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ million-dollar real estate buying binge

BLM

“As protests broke out across the country in the name of Black Lives Matter, the group’s co-founder went on a real estate buying binge, snagging four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone, according to property records.”

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Uses Call Options To Buy Microsoft Ahead Of Big Govt Contract

Nancy

“Paul Pelosi exercised call options and paid $1.95 million to buy 15,000 shares of Microsoft at a strike price of $130 on March 19, according to an April 9th filing with the House clerk. That same day, Pelosi, who owns and operates a California venture capital investment and consulting firm, paid $1.4 million for 10,000 shares valued at $140 apiece.”

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Multinationals

“Multinationals want control; some call that corporatism…. but the names are moot.  Multinationals want control, and capitalism does not allow them control; that is why multinationals do not want capitalism.  Multinationals use lobbyists to generate regulations that stall competition.  Multinationals do not want competition; they are, by nature of their interest, anti-capitalists.”

 

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Minnesota on Edge: Brooklyn Center Riots After Traffic Stop Results in Daunte Wright’s Death

Brooklyn Center

“The death sparked protests in Brooklyn Center into the early hours of Monday morning, and stores were broken into, as Minneapolis was already on edge and midway through the trial of the first of four police officers in George Floyd’s death. Brooklyn Center is a city of about 30,000 people located on the northwest border of Minneapolis.”

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TikTok bans Scott Jensen with little explanation

Scott Jensen

“One of Jensen’s former Democratic colleagues, Sen. Matt Klein, called TikTok’s ban a "necessary public safety measure to restrain my former friend."”

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Northstar line ridership drops 95%, Minnesota lawmaker aims to shift funding to damaged businesses

NorthStar

“One lawmaker filed a bill seeking to end the Northstar Commuter Rail line and use that money to rebuild businesses rioters wrecked following the death of George Floyd.”   Thanks, Alpha News

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Federal judge allows lawsuit against Walz’s religious restrictions to move forward

Gov Walz

“In a rare move, a federal judge allowed claims brought against Gov. Tim Walz by two religious organizations to move forward late last month.  Walz and Attorney General Keith Ellison, both named as defendants in the lawsuit, frequently boast about winning every case brought against the governor’s COVID-19 restrictions, which limited the number of people who could attend religious services.”  Thanks, Alpha News.

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Modem Chips Embedded in Voting System Computer Motherboards

Wireless chips

“While all of the attention has been focused upon manipulation of election results via software, there has been very little attention paid to hardware. Malware can be embedded in hardware as well as software. That’s why the following discovery unearthed by Attorney Matt DePerno during his investigation into Antrim County election fraud is so important.”

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