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A pair of petitions filed on a White House website that seek approval for Missouri to withdraw from the United States have garnered a combined 33,000 signatures as of Tuesday ...
They should "Learn to Code".
A World Health Organization (WHO) adviser who previously worked under President Clinton and then-Senator Joe Biden has broken his silence over the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jamie Metzl - who served as Deputy Staff Director of the Foreign Relations Committee under Biden (2001-2003), after serving on the National Security Council (1997-1999) and the State Department (1999-2001) under Clinton, waited until three days after Biden's inauguration to tell the Toronto Sun that he thinks COVID-19 was most likely an accidental lab leak in Wuhan.
Secession, huh?A Missouri Secession petition on whitehouse.gov reached 33 000 signatures within hours of Biden taking office. The Biden administration then proceeded to shutdown the White House Petitions website.
The language between the news article and the report seem to differ. Having a closer look at report I see the following:
There is a super text reference  but I can't find it's source. Opposition to government authority seems like a big net to group as "far right". It would be nice to know which groups were included here with this definition.
Poor Jimmy Carter.
Senate Republican threatens impeachments of past Democratic presidents
After a brief moment of bipartisan sentiment in which members from both parties condemned the unprecedented attack on Congress as it met to formalize Biden’s victory, a number of Senate Republicans are opposing Trump’s trial, which could lead to a vote blocking him from future office.
“If it is a good idea to impeach and try former presidents, what about former Democratic presidents when Republicans get the majority in 2022?” Cornyn, a 19-year veteran of the Senate who last year tried to distance himself from Trump when it seemed his seat was at risk, tweeted at majority leader Chuck Schumer.
“Think about it and let’s do what is best for the country.”
John Cornyn directs threat to majority leader Chuck Schumer, regarding Donald Trump trial set to begin after 8 Februarywww.theguardian.com
Debunked information that he keeps on bringing up. Don't waste your time.