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President Biden/Biden Administration:
Senator Pitchfork States the Obvious:
Goober Gohmert Accuses the Democratic Party of Wanting to Lynch Justice Thomas:
Crash and burn, fascist:
U.S. GDP fell at a 1.4% pace to start the year as pandemic recovery takes a hit:
- Gross domestic product in the U.S. declined at a 1.4% pace in the first quarter, below analyst expectations of a 1% gain.
- Declines in fixed investment, defense spending and the record trade imbalance weighed on growth.
- Consumer expenditures rose 2.7%, but that came amid a 7.8% increase in prices.
- “This is noise; not signal. The economy is not falling into recession,” wrote Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics.
Drinking bleach, huffing pool chemicals or lavender, ingesting horse dewormer pills or hydroxychloroquine didn’t make the list of approved treatments.
The Worst People in the World:
‘Marshall Law’ Marge Continues to Lie:
Tuckims Interviews PedoGaetz:
Trump’s Spokeswoman Calls For Arrests Over 2020 Election at QAnon Rally
“They’re gonna start arresting political opponents. They’re gonna start throwing political dissidents in jail,” Liz Harrington warned the crowd.
Wingnut Spin/Fake News:
The FCC has no authority to grant or deny Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter—PERIOD. They’re not ‘siding’ with Musk; they have NO AUTHORITY over the business transaction between Musk and Twitter.
Disney says Florida can’t dissolve theme park’s special tax status:
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s War on the Free Press:
Villanueva backs off investigation of Times reporter who revealed cover-up
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Tuesday that his department was targeting a Times journalist in a criminal leak investigation for her reporting on a departmental cover-up, but after a barrage of criticism from politicians, the newspaper and press freedom groups, he backed off his announcement and denied that he considered the reporter a suspect.