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  1. Who the hell is Billy Currington? 🙄
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    Southern Border Migrant Surge Crisis

    No Covid worries there. 🙄🙄
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    Wearing masks at work

    Almost every retail store I’ve been in recently are. Lowes, Home Depot, Wegmans’s, Walmart to name a few. A large number of customers seem to be wearing them again also.
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    Norm Macdonald

    😆😆👍👍
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    Norm Macdonald

    All his OJ tributes:
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    Tipsy Joe Mihalko- always masked?

    Wish we had them in the 80’s.
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    9/11

    We all hope if we were faced with the same situation, we could be as brave as this guy and the others on that plane.
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    9/11

    This is chilling to listen to.
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    Broome County covid map

    This is fake to you? https://nypost.com/2021/08/29/florida-to-receive-14-portable-morgues-as-covid-19-cases-soar/ 14 portable morgues sent to Florida as COVID cases soar By Patrick Reilly August 29, 2021 3:37am Updated AdventHealth hospital will receive three of the 14 portable morgues distributed across Florida. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett Fourteen portable morgues are en route to help overburdened hospitals in Central Florida amidst the state’s massive breakout of COVID-19, a report said. There were more than 1,700 deaths due to the virus in the past week in the Sunshine State, according to reports. MORE ON:CORONAVIRUS Vietnam sentences man to 5 years in jail for spreading COVID Dad makes emotional plea after teen son dies from COVID-19 An email obtained by WESH 2 News confirmed that the Central Florida Division of AdventHealth has reached the capacity of hospital morgues due to the influx of COVID patients. “We believe this backup is due to a throughput slowdown at local funeral homes which is causing us to hold decedents for a longer period of time,” the email said, according to the outlet. The hospitals are unable to request the aid they would typically receive through the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System, according to the email. “Since there is no disaster declaration for the state, we are unable to request assets such as FEMORS, but they are being contacted for guidance,” the email said. The morgues will be distributed among nine area hospitals, two of which — AdventHealth and Orlando Health — will receive three morgues each. Gov. Ron DeSantis’ mask mandate ban was shot down on Friday. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett Nearly 44,000 Floridians have died during the pandemic, according to WESH 2. On Friday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ ban on mask mandates for students and staff in the state’s public schools was shot down by a judge. Leon County Circuit Judge John C. Cooper found DeSantis’ July executive order — which barred schools from forcing students to mask-up — “is without legal authority.” The judge sided with a group of parents, who challenged the executive order in a lawsuit, following three days of video hearings in the case. The ruling came after 10 state school boards — representing half of Florida’s 2.8 million public school students — voted to go against DeSantis’ order and impose mask mandates.
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    This Is Just Wrong

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    This Is Just Wrong

    https://nypost.com/2021/08/27/prosecutors-wont-challenge-rfk-assassin-sirhan-sirhans-bid-for-freedom/ Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin Sirhan Sirhan granted parole By Lee Brown and Bruce Golding August 27, 2021 12:46pm Updated MORE ON:SIRHAN SIRHAN Rafer Johnson, Olympic gold medalist who nabbed RFK killer, dead at 86 RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan in stable condition after prison stabbing Robert F. Kennedy Jr. doesn’t think Sirhan Sirhan killed his dad The moment RFK’s assassin was denied parole The late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin was granted parole Friday after two of the slain political icon’s sons said they supported his release. Douglas Kennedy, who was a toddler when his father was gunned down in 1968, said he was moved to tears by Sirhan Sirhan’s remorse during a parole hearing that prosecutors didn’t attend. “I’m overwhelmed just by being able to view Mr. Sirhan face to face,” he said. “I think I’ve lived my life both in fear of him and his name in one way or another. And I am grateful today to see him as a human being worthy of compassion and love.” Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who has spoken in favor of Sirhan’s release in the past, also wrote in favor of paroling Sirhan. Sirhan — who smiled as Kennedy spoke — told members of the California Parole Board that he’d learned to control his anger. A grinning Sirhan Sirhan arrives for his parole hearing Friday. AP “I would never put myself in jeopardy again,” said Sirhan, 77. “You have my pledge. I will always look to safety and peace and non-violence.” Sirhan, 77, Sirhan, a Christian Palestinian from Jordan, has acknowledged he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel, and he broke down in tears when asked how he felt about the Middle East conflict today. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on June 5, 1968. Bettmann Archive Sen. Robert F. Kennedy lies on the floor of the Ambassador Hotel after being shot by Sirhan Sirhan. Bettmann Archive “The misery that those people are experiencing. It’s painful,” he said after composing himself. Sirhan could be deported if he’s freed, and he tried to convince Parole Board Commissioner Robert Barton he wouldn’t become a lightning rod to spur more violence overseas. “The same argument can be said or made that I can be a peacemaker, and a contributor to a friendly nonviolent way of resolving the issue,” Sirhan said. Sirhan has lost 15 bids for freedom — with his last parole board in 2016 ruling that he had not shown remorse for the 1968 murder of the New York senator and brother of President John F. Kennedy. Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón recently announced that for the first time his office would not object to the release of Sihan, who has served 53 years in prison. “The role of a prosecutor and their access to information ends at sentencing,” said Alex Bastian, a special adviser to Gascón. Sirhan’s hearing was presided over by a two-person panel that announced its decision shortly afterward. The Parole Board staff now has 90 days to review the decision, after which it will be handed over to the governor for consideration. The Parole Board had said earlier that it wouldn’t reveal if the Kennedy family or anyone else submitted statements opposing Sirhan’s release. Sirhan Sirhan is led away from the Ambassador Hotel after shooting Robert F. Kennedy. Bettmann Archive Gascón, a former cop, said he reached the difficult decision to leave the decision to the parole board even though he admired Kennedy and knows Sirhan is “the kind of individual that we all like to hate.” “I can get very emotionally wrapped around my personal feelings (about) someone that killed someone that I thought could have been an incredible president for this country,” Gascón said. “But that has no place in this process. Just like it doesn’t for the person nobody knows about.” RFK was a Democratic presidential candidate when he was gunned down at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles moments after delivering a victory speech in the pivotal California primary. Sirhan was sentenced to death after his conviction, but that sentence was commuted to life when the California Supreme Court briefly outlawed capital punishment in 1972. At Sirhan’s last parole hearing in 2016, commissioners concluded after more than three hours of intense testimony that he did not show adequate remorse or understand the enormity of his crime. Sirhan was 24 at the time of the assassination, and has repeatedly claimed to have no memory of the killing. However, he has recalled events before the crime in detail — going to a shooting range that day, visiting the hotel in search of a party, and returning after realizing he was too drunk to drive. Ted Kennedy stands in front of his brother’s coffin during funeral Mass in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in New York on June 8, 1968. Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images He recalled drinking a coffee just before the assassination — claiming the next thing he remembered was being choked and unable to breathe as he was taken into custody. At his 2016 hearing, he said he felt remorse for any crime victim but couldn’t take responsibility for the shooting. Sirhan’s new defense attorney, Angela Berry, said she plans to argue that the decision should be based on who Sirhan is today and not then. He has an exemplary prison record that shows he is not a danger, she said. “We can’t change the past, but he was not sentenced to life without the possibility of parole,” Berry told the AP. “To justify denying it based on the gravity of the crime and the fact that it disenfranchised millions of Americans is ignoring the rehabilitation that has occurred and that rehabilitation is a more relevant indicator of whether or not a person is still a risk to society.” Berry said it was hard to predict what impact the prosecution’s absence would have on the outcome after Sirhan’s release has already been knocked down 15 times. “I like to think it’ll make a difference. But I think everybody is not impervious to the fact that this is political,” she said.
  12. https://nypost.com/2021/08/26/lawmaker-who-opposed-mask-mandates-on-ventilator-with-covid-19wisconsin-lawmaker-against-mask-mandates-on-ventilator-with-covid-19/ State senator who opposed mask mandates on ventilator with COVID-19 By Joshua Rhett Miller August 26, 2021 10:28am MORE ON:CORONAVIRUS Texas cops carry maskless woman out of school board meeting, video shows Arkansas runs out of intensive care beds for COVID patients Delta surge: US COVID hospitalizations top 100,000 for first time since January North Carolina teacher sent home for refusing to wear mask A Wisconsin state senator who opposed mask mandates has been placed on a ventilator as he fights COVID-19, staffers said. State Sen. André Jacque, a Republican from De Pere, tested positive for the bug around Aug. 13, telling the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he was mostly asymptomatic but was feeling fatigued. But Jacque, 40, who has been hospitalized for at least a week, was put on a ventilator late Monday, a spokesman for the lawmaker told the newspaper. He was listed in stable condition as of Wednesday. Jacque, who was elected as a state senator in 2018, has been one of Wisconsin’s most vocal opponents against COVID-19 vaccines and mask mandates — including a statewide mask order implemented by Gov. Tony Evers, according to the Journal Sentinel. It’s unclear whether Jacque had been vaccinated. The father of six was seen at the state Capitol as recently as Aug. 11 while testifying without wearing a mask, WISN reported. Two of Jacque’s colleagues have asked the public for prayers after he was hospitalized with coronavirus-induced pneumonia, the Journal Sentinel reported. André Jacque (left) has been hospitalized for at least a week. Facebook One of the state lawmakers, Republican Rep. Shae Sortwell, called on his 10,000-plus followers on Facebook to pray for the ailing Jacque, prompting a heated response from Jacque’s brother. Pierre Jacque said his family wasn’t giving him much information about his brother’s condition, claiming they’re “afraid I’ll spill the beans” and disclose the truth. “They’re brainwashed by ‘alternate facts’ now, so I don’t speak for them,” Pierre’s Saturday post read. “Go get the vaccine. Or at least be honest and let your flock know that the ‘choice’ they are making is between effective scientifically-backed preventative medicine, or choking on a vent while their friends and colleagues hide their condition,” he continued. Pierre Jacque, brother of Andre Jacque, has called the rest of his family “brainwashed.” Facebook Jacque’s communications director, Matt Tompach, did not respond to an inquiry by The Post on whether the lawmaker had been vaccinated. “While his condition is currently stable, the days and weeks ahead will continue to be an incredibly stressful and difficult time for Sen. Jacque’s family, as you can imagine,” Tompach said in a statement. “Please respect their privacy during what will likely be an extended process. His office will provide updates as warranted.” State Sen. André Jacque tested positive for COVID-19 around August 13.Michael P. King/Wisconsin State Journal via AP, File
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    Broome County covid map

    If you read the newspapers, people are dying from it every day. 😑 https://nypost.com/2021/08/23/get-vaccinated-florida-mom-loses-two-sons-to-covid-in-12-hours/ Get vaccinated’: Florida mom loses two sons to COVID in 12 hours By Jackie Salo August 23, 2021 4:52pm Updated MORE ON:CORONAVIRUS Nearly 5K COVID cases linked to music and surf festival in England DeSantis slams AP ‘smear’ after wire service criticizes spokeswoman Patriots QB sitting out joint practices with Giants for COVID violation Doctor to NFL team about vaccines: Americans should be more worried about aspirin A heartbroken Florida mom lost her two adult sons to COVID-19 in a span of 12 hours — and now she’s urging others to get the vaccine before it’s “too late.” Lisa Brandon of Jacksonville says she regrets not pushing her sons Aaron Jaggi, 35, and Free Jaggi, 41, to get vaccinated before they became infected with the virus in late July, news station WJAX-TV reported. “I wish I could have made them do it. And now it’s too late,” she told the outlet. Brandon, who was vaccinated, had a mild case of the virus. But her sons’ health took a turn for the worse. She brought them both to the hospital, where they were admitted into the intensive care unit and ultimately put on ventilators. Free died on Aug. 12, and his younger brother, Aaron, followed 12 hours later. “I think they would be alive today if they would have gotten their shot,” Brandon said. The mom said she’s speaking out about the ordeal to urge others to get the jab. “It’s a parent’s worst nightmare,” Brandon said of her sons’ deaths. “The only reason I’m doing this is to put the word out to please get vaccinated.” Free Jaggi, 41, left and Aaron Jaggi, 35, died hours apart.
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