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To: sylvester80 who wrote (1321759)9/25/2021 11:43:37 AM
From: locogringo
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More fake shit...

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To: sylvester80 who wrote (1321759)9/25/2021 11:54:18 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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Poor Sylvia. Fascist commie nitwits always set their own traps and manage to look like fools every time they try to communicate.

The records — provided to The Times on the condition that they not be directly quoted — show the F.B.I. was investigating at least two other participants in the rally on Jan. 6 and asked the informant to make contact with them, suggesting that they might be Proud Boys. Moreover, the records indicate that F.B.I. officials in Washington were alerted in advance of the attack that the informant was traveling to the Capitol with several other Proud Boys. The F.B.I. also had an additional informant with ties to another Proud Boys chapter that took part in the sacking of the Capitol, according to a person familiar with the matter, raising questions about the quality of the bureau’s informants and what sorts of questions they were being asked by their handlers before Jan. 6. Christopher A. Wray, the bureau’s director, acknowledged to Congress in March that the F.B.I. was studying the quality of the intelligence it had gathered about Jan. 6.

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To: Wharf Rat who wrote (1321733)9/25/2021 11:56:47 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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Dems try to pay off journalists with $50,000 tax credit…

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From: locogringo9/25/2021 12:02:36 PM
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oops...How soon before Biden's cheating wife leaves him?

Now Beto O'Rourke slams Biden: Compares
him to Trump for deporting Haitians and
says he has been 'caught without a plan'
about how to deal with growing border
crisis in scathing op-ed

Daily Mail (UK), by Andrew Court

Original Article

Beto O'Rourke has slammed Joe Biden for his handling of the migrant crisis, comparing the current President to Donald Trump in his decision to deport thousands of Haitian asylum seekers from the southern border. O'Rourke—who once described Biden as 'kind, caring, and the antithesis of Trump'—made the comparison in a scathing op-ed published in El Paso Matters on Friday, claiming the Commander-in-chief's new border policies were 'antithetical to our values and our common humanity'.(Snip)'We need to hold accountable those who would treat immigrants as less than human

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From: Joachim K9/25/2021 12:09:32 PM
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Canadians Held In China Coming Home After Huawei CFO's Release


SATURDAY, SEP 25, 2021 - 11:20 AM

By Omid Ghoreishi of The Epoch Times,

Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are on their way back to Canada, the country’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a news conference on the evening of Sept. 24.

The two men are widely viewed as victims of Beijing’s “hostage diplomacy” carried out in retaliation against Canada’s arrest and detention of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at the request of U.S. prosecutors in late 2018. Meng was released earlier on Friday after reaching a deal with the U.S. Justice Department.

(L-R) Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, two Canadians who were detained in China following the arrest of Meng Wanzhou in Canada on a U.S. extradition request. (AP photo)

Trudeau said the two men, who have been imprisoned in China since December 2018, boarded a plane with Canada’s ambassador Dominic Barton enroute to Canada around 7:30 p.m. Ottawa time.

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou leaves her Vancouver home to attend a court hearing on Sept. 24, 2021. (Don MacKinnon/AFP via Getty Images)

Trudeau made the announcement hours after the extradition case against Meng, Huawei’s chief financial officer and daughter of the company’s founder, was dropped and she was allowed to leave Canada.

She reportedly left on a flight to China the same evening.

Earlier in the day, Meng appeared before a U.S. federal court, where she reached a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Justice Department.

She later appeared before a Canadian court, where her bail conditions were lifted and she was free to leave the country.

Kovrig and Spavor were detained in China shortly after Meng’s arrest in Vancouver on Dec. 1, 2018, on a U.S. extradition request. Their detentions are widely seen as instances of Beijing’s “hostage diplomacy.”

Meng was charged with bank fraud for allegedly lying to HSBC about Huawei’s business dealings with Iran, leading HSBC to violate U.S. sanctions on Iran.

The Beijing regime, which warned Canada of dire consequences if Meng was not released, had charged Kovrig and Spavor with espionage.

Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg attends his retrial at the Dalian Intermediate People’s Court in Dalian, northeastern China’s Liaoning province on Jan. 14, 2019. (CCTV via AP)

The two were initially held in solitary confinement, with the lights kept on in their cells day and night. This can lead to sleep deprivation, which is recognized as a torture method by human rights organizations.

In August, a Chinese court sentenced Spavor to 11 years in prison. Kovrig, whose trial was held in March, had yet to be sentenced.

“These two men have been through an unbelievably difficult situation, but it is inspiring and it is good news for all of us that they are on their way home to their families,” Trudeau said.

The leader of the opposition Conservative Party Erin O’Toole also welcomed the news. “Our family shares the elation of millions of Canadians that our citizens are coming home. Thank you to all diplomats involved!” O’Toole said on Twitter.

Another Canadian, Robert Schellenberg, has been given a death sentence in China. Schellenberg was originally sentenced 15 years in prison on drug smuggling charges, but had his sentence changed after Meng’s arrest. No update was provided on Schellenberg’s case on Sept. 24.

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To: Winfastorlose who wrote (1321762)9/25/2021 12:37:37 PM
From: sylvester80
1 Recommendation   of 1396911 = WORTHLESS LYING FAKE NEWS U trumptard... you got cornholed yet again...

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To: Bonefish who wrote (1321761)9/25/2021 12:38:56 PM
From: sylvester80
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From: locogringo9/25/2021 12:43:30 PM
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HT: Woody_Nickels

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To: sylvester80 who wrote (1321770)9/25/2021 12:47:22 PM
From: Bonefish
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Sly Mao

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To: Bonefish who wrote (1321772)9/25/2021 12:48:33 PM
From: Winfastorlose
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Sylvia is so funny when she is suffering from PMS. No self control. Must be a Chi Com thing.

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