More than 700 teachers in north-west England tested positive for Covid in mid-October, data shows.
‘If we all join together we could change the world forever, we would change their point of view and create freedom for me and you’
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Renea Turner, who ran against Mr DeWine as a write-in candidate in 2018, posted a video to her Facebook on Thursday in which she places her hand on a Bible and proclaims herself the governor of Ohio.
“Ohio is free from Tyrannous leadership,” she wrote in a Facebook post following the stunt.
The Ohio Capital Journal was the first to report on the plot.
According to the individual – who asked local media not to identify them over fears of retribution – Ms Turner told them that they would kidnap Mr DeWine, try him for several alleged crimes, and then sentence him to exile or execution.
According to the whistleblower, the plot against Mr DeWine was a response to the governor’s coronavirus mandates.
In an intriguing comment that could be interpreted as the Russian president trying to offer an olive branch to Joe Biden days out from the election, Putin said he didn’t see “anything criminal” about Hunter’s dealings with Ukraine. Trump has desperately been trying to link Joe and Hunter Biden with unproven allegations of corrupt business practices in the country, which Joe Biden has dismissed as being part of a Russian disinformation campaign. Asked about the allegations Sunday, Putin said: “[Hunter Biden] had at least one company, which he practically headed up, and judging from everything he made good money. I don’t see anything criminal about this, at least we don’t know anything about this.” Source: Putin Leaves Trump Hanging and Says There’s Nothing Criminal About Hunter Biden and Ukraine
House Judiciary Committee Republicans mockingly tweeted “Happy Birthday” to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court by the Senate….
Ronald Sanders, chairman of the Federal Salary Council (FSC), formally resigned from his position Monday, citing objections to an executive order issued by President Donald Trump last week. The order calls for the removal of firing protections usually afforded to certain federal employees.
In a letter confirming his departure, Sanders described the executive order, purportedly about holding federal employees more accountable, as a “smokescreen,” veiling Trump’s true intentions to expand control over federal workers through altered employment protections. He addressed the letter to John McEntee, director of the White House’s presidential personnel office.
“There is some irony in this,” Sanders wrote. “On its surface, the president’s Executive Order purports to serve a legitimate and laudable purpose…that is, to hold career Federal employees ‘more accountable’ for their performance. That is something that I have spent most of my professional life—almost four decades in Federal service (over 20 as a member of the Senior Executive Service)—trying to do.”
Trump has repeatedly downplayed the virus and has insisted that the U.S. has more cases than any other country only because the nation tests more people.