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Trump advisors: stealing the election is our only chance
Seems like the fact that they’re openly saying it should be a five-alarm story:
Mr. Trump sprinkles his rally speeches with unfounded attacks on the election process. Last week, he claimed with no real evidence that “everyday, there’s cheating with the ballots.” It’s part of his consistent questioning of the integrity of the election. Trump advisers said their best hope was if the president wins Ohio and Florida is too close to call early in the night, depriving Mr. Biden a swift victory and giving Mr. Trump the room to undermine the validity of uncounted mail-in ballots in the days after.
Remember when Donald Trump Supreme Court nominee Bart O’Kavanaugh said that voters had to be disenfranchised because Wisconsin had a compelling interest in the results being announced on election night, although he knew perfectly well that Wisconsin Republicans were purposely delaying the vote count to try to claim victory on Election Night and then throw out a bunch of ballots? One would hope the fact that they’re just tweeting out the plan will help our media cover this properly but who knows.
Arizona coronavirus patient’s story goes viral: ‘I’m 23 years old and I just had a stroke’ | TheHill
“I’m 23 years old and I just had a stroke due to Covid-19 complications,” Behrens wrote in the first tweet, which received almost 149,000 likes and almost 43,000 retweets as of Tuesday evening. “Not taking this pandemic seriously? Keep reading.”
Source: Arizona coronavirus patient’s story goes viral: ‘I’m 23 years old and I just had a stroke’ | TheHill
Morocco Confirms 3,508 New COVID-19 cases, 69 Deaths in 24 Hours
The Government Council will decide on Thursday if Morocco will again renew its state of emergency, currently set to expire December 10. Source: Morocco Confirms 3,508 New COVID-19 cases, 69 Deaths in 24 Hours
Pandemic proposal to shut down ski resorts divides EU
Lives are on the line! Governments will have to help financially if the people are to survive!
Italy, France and Germany want to see all EU ski resorts shut during the winter season. But the governments of member states such as Austria disagree. It’s not just a fight over winter fun: A lot of money is on the line.
German scientists identify warning sign for severe COVID | Coronavirus and Covid-19 – latest news about COVID-19 | DW | 01.12.2020
It is still unclear why many people infected with COVID-19 have mild symptoms or none at all while others experience severe cases or even die. In patients with severe COVID-19, the lungs become inflamed, and sometimes the heart or kidneys are also affected. Blood often overcoagulates, which can cause clots to form in the lungs. It is the most common acute cause of death in severe cases of COVID-19. Now, a team from universities and research institutes in northern and western Germany and the neighboring Netherlands has found a key indicator in the blood of COVID-19 patients that could serve as an early warning of a severe case. Source: German scientists identify warning sign for severe COVID | Coronavirus and Covid-19 – latest news about COVID-19 | DW | 01.12.2020
Hungarian politician admits attending lockdown party in Brussels | News | DW | 01.12.2020
Drug-fueled sex party, or ‘just’ an illegal get-together?
Reports vary but Belgian media outlets have widely reported that the event in question was in fact an orgy. Police and prosecutors have not officially commented on the nature of the party, only saying that those present were written up for violating coronavirus safety rules. At least two people in attendance possess diplomatic immunity.
Prosecutors originally noted that one individual, presumably Szajer, was apprehended while attempting to flee the premises. Unable to provide ID, he was escorted home, where he produced a diplomatic passport.
Prosecutors say he had bloodied hands, perhaps from injuries sustained attempting to flee the scene. Police also found drugs in his possession, though Szajer has denied they were his: “According to the police they found an ecstasy pill, but it is not mine, I have no knowledge [of] who placed it [and how].”
Sarah Durant, a spokeswoman for the Brussels Public Prosecutor’s Office, said, “A report was drawn up for S.J. for violation of narcotics legislation.”
“With my resignation on Sunday I drew the political and personal conclusions,” Szajer said, calling his actions “strictly personal,” and asking that people do not extend it either to Hungary or to his political party.
Fidesz, a defender of Christian values
Szajer is the third Fidesz politician in the last year to be caught up in such a scandal. In late 2019, Zsolt Borkai was filmed during an orgy on a luxury yacht on the Adriatic Sea but refused to resign as mayor of Gyor — he was later reelected before ultimately resigning after more explicit recordings were made public.
More recently, Gabor Kaleta, Hungary’s ambassador to Peru, was given a one-year suspended prison sentence and a fine after being caught with more than 19,000 sexually explicit images of children in his possession.
Source: Hungarian politician admits attending lockdown party in Brussels | News | DW | 01.12.2020
Crystal Mason seeks to have illegal voting conviction overturned in Texas | The Texas Tribune
Eritrea refugees in Ethiopia have run out of food, UN says
Thousands of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia’s conflict-hit northern region of Tigray have run out of food, the UN’s refugee agency, UNHCR, has said.
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