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    Tucker Carlson Apologizes for Claiming 96-Year-Old Georgia Voter Was a Dead Man
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    Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened his show Wednesday by proclaiming that “truth really matters more than ever.” What he was about to report was “not a theory,” he said, adding: “It happened and we can prove it.”But two days later, he opened with an apology.

    One of the voters he claimed had cast a ballot from the grave on Friday’s episode—claims that were amplified by the Trump campaign and by members of Congress like Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL)—had not actually done so after all.

    The late James Blalock of Newtown County, Georgia, whom he profiled in the earlier episode, had not actually voted in the 2020 presidential election as Carlson claimed. His widow, Agnes Blalock, who votes under the name Mrs. James Blalock, had.

    “We’ve got some good news tonight, and an apology. One of the people who voted in last week’s election isn’t dead,” Carlson said. “So apologies for that, and of course we’re always going to correct when we’re wrong. And we were.”

    Carlson did not mention that another of the allegedly dead voters he profiled on his show, Linda Kesler, had not voted either. That vote was cast by Lynda Kesler, who—as sleuths at the fittingly named 11Alive Newschannel discovered—was alive and well and voting legally in the election.

    “Linda Kesler of Nicholson was marked deceased in 2003 and did not vote. Lynda Kesler who has a different address, birthday, and zip who is entitled to vote—did vote,” the Jackson County Board of Elections said.
    Anh chưa chết đâu anh, người đi bầu ở Giọt di a....
    Anh chưa chết đâu anh, anh chỉ thành goá phụ thôi em...

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    Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened his show Wednesday by proclaiming that “truth really matters more than ever.” What he was about to report was “not a theory,” he said, adding: “It happened and we can prove it.”But two days later, he opened with an apology.

    theo kinh dịch conway 2017-01-20 thì đó gọi là "alternative facts". Tại sao phải xin lỗi nhỉ?
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    alternative fatcs.




    The White House press secretary said more than 1 million attended a demonstration in support of Trump, but it was more likely thousands

    Yelena Dzhanova

    Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, exaggerated the number of people who gathered in Washington, DC, on Saturday to protest President Donald Trump's loss to President-elect Joe Biden.

    "More than one MILLION marchers for President @realDonaldTrump descend on the swamp in support," she wrote Saturday morning.

    It's unclear what the exact figure was, but it's more likely that thousands or tens of thousands of people showed up, according to news outlets that reported from the scene, including The Washington Post and USA Today. Either way, the true figure appeared substantially smaller than what McEnany claimed.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    More than one MILLION marchers for President @realDonaldTrump descend on the swamp in support," she wrote Saturday morning.
    Trước nhiệm kỳ đòi “drain the swamp” sao bây giờ hết bốn năm mà vẫn còn “the swamp”?

    #GetOutOfTheSwamp,Tramp!

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    North Dakorona and South Dakorona:

    The Dakotas are 'as bad as it gets anywhere in the world' for COVID-19
    https://news.yahoo.com/dakotas-bad-g...125825454.html

    South Dakota welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors to a massive motorcycle rally this summer, declined to cancel the state fair and still doesn't require masks.

    Now
    its hospitals are filling up and the state's COVID-19 death rate is among the worst in the world.The situation is similarly dire in North Dakota: The state's governor recently even moved to allow health care workers who have tested positive for COVID-19 to continue working if they don't show symptoms. It's a controversial policy recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in a crisis situation where hospitals are short-staffed.

    And now, after months of resisting a statewide mask mandate, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum changed course late Friday, ordering that masks be worn statewide and imposing several business restrictions.


    “Our situation has changed, and we must change with it,” Burgum said in a video message posted late Friday. Doctors and nurses “need our help, and they need it now.”


    North and South Dakota now face a predictably tragic reality that health experts tell USA TODAY could have been largely prevented with earlier public health actions.
    Chỗ này bớt thì chỗ khác lại bùng lên, y như tụi vi trùng xài chiến thuật đánh du kích.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Chỗ này bớt thì chỗ khác lại bùng lên, y như tụi vi trùng xài chiến thuật đánh du kích.

    Các hãng bào chế thuốc chích ngừa cũng như oánh du kích. Hãng này tuyên bố 90%, vài ngày sau hãng kia cũng tuyên bố 94%. Hi vọng là không phải bóng hơi để bơm thị phần của mình. Trước covid-19 thuốc chích ngừa cần nhiều năm mới thử xong. Trong covid-19 bỗng nhiên rút xuống còn vài tháng thôi. Dẫu sao nếu biểu đồ truyền nhiễm cứ tăng theo cấp số nhân thì càng nhiều "du kích" vacines càng tốt.




    US pharma firm Moderna says its COVID-19 vaccine is 94.5% effective

    Moderna said that Phase 3 stage analysis suggested its coronavirus vaccine could prevent COVID-19. The news comes a week after Pfizer and German drug-maker BioNTech announced a vaccine of their own.

    US pharmaceutical firm Moderna announced on Monday that early analysis of its COVID-19 vaccine suggested it was as much as 94.5% effective.

    "This positive interim analysis from our Phase 3 study has given us the first clinical validation that our vaccine can prevent COVID-19 disease, including severe disease," said Stephane Bancel, Moderna's CEO.

    The news comes a week after Pfizer and their German partners BioNTech announced that their vaccine had reached 90% effectiveness. Russian researchers claimed similar success for its Sputnik V vaccine later that same day.

    "Vaccines rely on observing natural infection in the community," epidemiologist Eric Feigl-Ding told DW. "And then you can make conclusions. Infections are soaring across the world, and that actually allows you to see the effects much quicker."

    Coronavirus cases topped 11 million in the US over the weekend, with 1 million recorded in just the past week.

    The pandemic has killed more than 1.3 million people worldwide, more than 245,000 of them in the U.S.

    Moderna said it was confident it would receive emergency approval for its vaccine from US authorities in December.

    Higher storage temperature

    Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are based on a new platform called messenger RNA, which is faster to produce than traditional vaccines.

    Moderna's vaccine was co-developed by the US National Institutes of Health and consists of two doses 28 days apart.

    The company announced that its vaccine can remain stable at standard refrigerator temperatures of 2 degrees Celsius to 8 degrees Celsius (36 degrees Fahrenheit to 46 degrees Fahrenheit) for 30 days. Pfizer's vaccine, on the other hand, needs to be stored in deep-freezer conditions which could complicate supply chain logistics.

    EU: more vaccines coming

    The European Commission said on Monday that Moderna’s announcement was encouraging and that the bloc was working to secure more supply deals with vaccine makers.

    "More encouraging news from #COVID19 vaccine trials w/@moderna," EU health commissioner Stella Kyriakides said on Twitter.

    "Signing contract w/ @pfizer & @BioNTech_Group later this week, more to come soon," Kyriakides added.

    The EU has been in talks with Moderna for its experimental COVID-19 vaccine at least since July, according to an internal EU document, Reuters reported.


    jcg/msh (AFP, dpa, AP)

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    Giật dây. Cộng hòa em thách thức cộng hòa anh. Hai cộng hết hòa thành tanh banh.




    Georgia's top election official says Lindsey Graham pressured him to throw out all mail ballots cast in certain counties

    Grace Panetta



    Georgia's Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is facing death threats, public attacks from fellow Republicans, and even pressure to throw out all the mail ballots cast in entire counties, he told the Washington Post in an interview published on Monday.

    Raffensperger, who was elected in 2018 to succeed now-Governor Brian Kemp, was criticized in June by some Democrats over long lines to vote and other issues in the state's primary.

    But now, with Republicans losing Georgia in the presidential race for the first time since 1992 and having to fight to defend both the state's US Senate seats in runoffs, the state's chief election official says he's undergoing a barrage of attacks on his credibility and the integrity of Georgia's election from prominent elected officials from within his own party.

    He told The Post that Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a powerful figure in the GOP, directly asked if he could disqualify thousands of mail ballots for mismatched signatures.

    Raffensperger said Graham questioned whether ballots with mismatched signatures were wrongly accepted because of election workers holding political bias towards Democrats, and asked if Raffensperger himself could throw out all the mail ballots cast in counties with higher than average rates of ballots being flagged for signature issues.

    As The Post noted, Raffensperger does not have the authority to categorically disqualify scores of ballots in entire counties. An effort to do so would require legal action in court, and for a judge to rule that the ballots were illegally cast or fraudulent.

    Talking to reporters on Capitol Hill, Graham disputed Raffensperger's account of the conversation, telling The National Journal's Zach Cohen that Raffensperger "did a good job" explaining the signature verification process and called the notion that he pressured Raffensperger to get ballots disqualified "ridiculous."

    "It seems to me that Georgia has some protections that maybe other states don't have, where you go into the portal to get your ballot. But I thought it was a good conversation. I'm surprised to hear he characterized it that way," Graham said, according to Cohen.

    Georgia is one of around 30 states that uses signature matching to verify the authenticity of mail ballots. In that process, election officials compare the signature on the outer envelope with the voters' most recent signature on file. A mismatched signature is not necessarily indicative of fraud, as peoples' signatures sometimes change over time, and Georgia has an established cure process for voters to fix problems with their signature.

    The intra-party battle began heating up shortly after Election Day when Republicans Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, who are now advancing to January runoffs, called on Raffensperger to resign from office, claiming without presenting any evidence that he "failed to deliver honest and transparent elections."

    There is no evidence of any widespread fraud or irregularities in Georgia. The state is currently conducting a comprehensive risk-limiting audit of the presidential race that is expected to confirm that President-elect Joe Biden decisively won the state in the Electoral College.

    In a blunt response to Loeffler and Perdue, Raffensperger rejected their demand that he should step down and defended the integrity of the election. "As a Republican, I am concerned about Republicans keeping the U.S. Senate. I recommend that Senators Loeffler and Perdue start focusing on that," he wrote.

    Rep. Doug Collins, who challenged Loeffler in the special jungle election to replace Sen. Johnny Isakson, has also attacked Raffensperger's credibility.

    In his interview with The Post, Raffenspeger called Collins a "liar" and a "charlatan."

    Raffensperger and Kemp have both been criticized on Twitter by President Donald Trump, who accused them of being RINOs (Republicans In Name Only), falsely suggested that a consent decree that Georgia entered into to standardize its signature verification procedures is "unconstitutional," and spread unfounded conspiracies attacking Dominion Voting Systems, the vendor that provides Georgia's ballot marking device voting machines.

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    Peru cũng khủng hoảng.





    Peru political crisis: Congress picks third new president in a week


    Francisco Sagasti, a member of the centrist Morado party, will serve as Peru's interim president until July 2021. His election follows a week of protests that prompted his predecessor to resign.



    Centrist lawmaker Francisco Sagasti was selected by Peru's Congress as the country's newest interim president on Monday, after a week of political upheaval that saw the resignation of two presidents.

    Sagasti won 97 of the chamber's 130 votes to clinch victory over his leftist rival, Rocio Silva Santisteban, who failed to secure the majority vote.

    "We will do everything possible to return hope to the people and show them they can trust in us,'' he said in his first remarks after being selected as Peru's caretaker president.

    Sagasti, a 76-year-old former World Bank official and member of the centrist Morado party, will be sworn in at a special congressional session on Tuesday.

    He will serve as Peru's interim president until July 2021. His predecessor, Manuel Merino, quit after only five days in office following deadly protests.


    Sagasti, a respected academic, now faces the task of bringing the country together following a week of upheaval

    "I thank the population for all the effort. We regret the death of two citizens. This generation of young people has given us a lesson in how to redirect the destiny of the state," said Mirtha Vasquez, who was elected as the new speaker of the Congress in the same session.

    A bid to end political upheaval

    Sagasti's appointment is the latest attempt to end a week of political turmoil after Peru's Congress ousted President Martin Vizcarra last week in an impeachment vote over corruption allegations and his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

    His impeachment was supported by 105 legislators — more than the 87 votes needed for the two-thirds majority required to remove Peru's president.

    Vizcarra, popular among many Peruvians for his anti-corruption agenda, has denied all charges and challenged his dismissal in the country's Constitutional Court. He is still awaiting the ruling.

    Prior to his impeachment, Vizcarra attempted to curb parliamentary immunity for lawmakers, angering the legislature. Half of the lawmakers in Congress are currently being investigated for their alleged involvement in crimes ranging from money laundering to homicide.


    Interim president Manuel Merino resigned after protests

    Vizcarra's successor, Manuel Merino, faced opposition from the public soon after his appointment.

    Critics decried the vote as a "coup," leading to street protests. A crackdown by police ultimately led to the death of 22-year-old Jack Pintado, who was shot 11 times, including in the head. The second man killed, 24-year-old Jordan Sotelo, was hit four times in the thorax near his heart.

    Public prosecutors have opened an investigation into Merino and his interior minister over the suppression of the protests.

    Sagasti inherits a broken economy, hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Peru also has the world's highest per capita death rate from the coronavirus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Georgia's top election official says Lindsey Graham pressured him to throw out all mail ballots cast in certain counties
    Đó, bằng chứng gian lận bầu cử rõ ràng. Báo ngay cho Rudy Gullible-ani!

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    Trong Youtube có mấy Trâm binh MÍt cũng làm fake news:



    Cái hình đó là chụp ở trước nhà thờ đối diện phủ tổng thống. Cuốn sách đó là Thánh kinh, có mũi tên chỉ vô Thánh kinh gọi là "bằng chứng gian lận." Mấy hộ pháp đi bảo vệ đạo đi. Do your thing.

 

 

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