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    Daily Digest 1/7 – US Treasury to Allow Blockchains, Stablecoins for Bank Payments, Michelin scrapping 2,300 jobs

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    Thursday, January 7, 2021, 7:42 AM

Economy

US Treasury to Allow Blockchains, Stablecoins for Bank Payments

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the bureau of the US Treasury Department charged with regulating banks, has stated that banks may use stablecoins and blockchains for payments.

In an interpretive letter issued today, the OCC clarified that, as long as it complies with the law and sound banking practices, “a national bank or federal savings association may validate, store, and record payments transaactions by serving as a node on an INVN [independent node verification network]. Likewise, a bank may use INVNs and related stablecoins to carry out other permissible payment activities.”

Michelin scrapping 2,300 jobs over next three years

French tire maker Michelin said on Wednesday it would cut up to 2,300 jobs over three years as part of a new simplification and competitiveness plan in France, adding this would involve neither layoffs nor plant closures.

The COVID-19 pandemic has hammered the auto industry, which was already struggling with the shift to electric vehicles from diesel and gasoline cars.

Cheap hair lice drug may cut risk of COVID-19 death by 80 percent: study

A simple treatment for COVID-19 could be cheaper than 20 bucks — and familiar to most grade school nurses.

Head lice drug ivermectin is being explored as a potential treatment for the coronavirus following a promising new study that showed an 80% reduction in hospitalized COVID-19 patient deaths.

Exploding Debt Levels Mean Stocks Can’t Go ‘To the Moon’ Forever

Peter Cecchini, founder and CEO of AlphaOmega Advisors, joins the latest “What Goes Up” podcast to discuss the crazy year that was 2020 in markets, and to give his outlook for what’s to come. Topics include efficacy of the Federal Reserve, a boom in retail investor trading and zombie companies.

Some highlights of the conversation:“Some of the earnings estimates that I’m seeing, as you said, the consensus is just below $170, are going to require multiples that just don’t make a lot of sense to me within the context of the fact that rates can’t go any lower. So if we’re looking for multiple expansion to continue to drive the rally, I don’t think we’re going to get that because the Fed’s efficacy is limited, right?

Georgia Senate runoff to determine outlook for Biden business agenda

The outcome of Georgia’s Senate runoff election on Tuesday will play a pivotal role in shaping the federal government’s approach over the next two years to business policy on everything from post-pandemic recovery efforts to health care and taxes.

Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, both incumbents, have presented themselves as a firewall against socialism, warning voters that Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock would side with the progressive wing of the Democratic Party on key issues. Meanwhile, the Democratic candidates have accused their GOP opponents of a botched response to the coronavirus pandemic in which they prioritized their own financial interests over the needs of Georgians.

Ultra-Low Interest Rates Are Here to Stay: 2021 Central Bank Guide

Central banks are set to spend 2021 maintaining their ultra-easy monetary policies even with the global economy expected to accelerate away from last year’s coronavirus-inflicted recession.

In Bloomberg’s quarterly review of monetary policy that covers 90% of the world economy, no major western central bank is expected to hike interest rates this year.

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 9:10am

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    paranoid

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    Crypto

    Anyone else buying BTC now instead of Gold/Silver? This US Treasury news sounds huge!

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 9:35am

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    Nate

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    laptops stolen

    Both Nancy Pelosi and Jeff Merkley had their laptops stolen during the "mostly peaceful" storming of the Capital.  Wouldn't you just love to see what's on them?

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 9:38am

    Mohammed Mast

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    Laptops

    Jeffrey Epstein's address book

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 2:12pm

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    Prepare for the new “Domestic Terrorism” bill

    https://off-guardian.org/2021/01/08/prepare-for-the-new-domestic-terrorism-bill/

    In my article yesterday – “The Storming of the Capitol”: America’s Reichstag Fire? – I said this [my emphasis]:

    Although there is not yet any talk of legislation [in response to the Capitol Hill riots], it’s certainly true there are whispers of purges and other measures to “protect the constitution”.

    That quote did not age well, indeed it was wrong from the moment it went to print. Because, as it turns out, there has actually been “talk of legislation” for weeks – even months. Soon-to-be-President Joe Biden promised a new “domestic terrorism bill” back in November, according to the Wall Street Journal.

    That is why you’re seeing so much usage of the phrase “domestic terrorism” in the last couple of days. It’s the meme-phrase. The primary talking point for this whole exercise. It was underlined in all the memos sent out to all the media outlets.

    That’s why Joe Biden went to such lengths to distinguish “domestic terrorists” from “protesters” in his speech following the riots.

    That’s why the Council on Foreign Relations had an interview with a “counter-terrorism and national security expert” published within 24 hours of the incident, in which he spends 4 paragraphs arguing that the people who “stormed the capitol” were domestic terrorists.

    That’s why the Washington Post has got an article dedicated to “lawmakers and experts” arguing that the Capitol Hill protest was an act of “domestic terrorism”. And so have Vox. And Mother Jones.

    That’s why ABC had an article about how “domestic terrorism and hate crimes”were a growing problem in America…a week before the riot took place.

    And that’s why #TrumpisaDomesticTerrorist is trending on Twitter.

    Georgetown University, a well-known spook college, published a paper in September 2020 titled the “The Need for a Specific Law Against Domestic Terrorism”, and op-ed pieces bemoaning the lack of such a law have been dotted through the press going back to last summer and even late 2019.

    There was one published yesterday, in which a “senior FBI official” says “more could have been done” if there had been a “specific law outlawing” domestic terrorism.

    “Domestic Terrorism” is clearly where it’s at in early 2021, so we can expect a brand new law regarding it…probably by March, at the latest.

    What will “Domestic Terrorism” mean in this law? The answer to that is pretty much always “whatever they want it to mean.”

    Certainly, it will include “incitement” and “hate speech”, I would expect “denialism” to make an appearance, and be downright shocked if “spreading misinformation” doesn’t get a mention. Don’t be surprised if “questioning elections” or “bringing democracy into disrepute” is made an outright crime.

    It will probably be tied into the Covid “pandemic” in some way, too. After all, what is discouraging people from taking vaccines if not the very definition of “terrorism”, right? It’s possible that even climate change will get a mention as well. They like to slide that into every issue these days.

    Joe Biden has claimed multiple times to be the author of the original Patriot Act, saying it was based entirely on a bill he proposed in the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995.

    Well now he has a chance to work on the reboot too, and they are always so much better when you can get the original creative team back together.

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 2:59pm

    Yoxa

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    Seriously?

    Tom, some of the things said in that article you posted are flat wrong. Do you take it seriously?

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 3:27pm

    MarkM

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    Which things

    do you find just flat wrong?

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 7:47pm

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    nordicjack

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    twitter hate of trump

    Trumpisdomesticterrorist trending on twitter.. How is that not a hate speech?  and to incite violence.   But twitter wont shut down those tweeting that?   nice.. hypocrites.   Of course shut down the voice of the president.... who is a duly elected highest official in the country and that is not treason , or a crime.........  and allow hate speech against him.. if I were the president , I would have this criminals and owners and operators of twitter in jail.  This is clearly against the law.. WHY does trump not execute the laws we have ?

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 7:54pm

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    Time2help

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    Odd feeling

    ...something unexpected might happen soon.

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  • Sun, Jan 10, 2021 - 8:03pm

    robshepler

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    Yup, it is coming.

    Waiting for the other shoe to fall, I think we can all feel it.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 12:50am

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    David Henry

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    Inauguration security and crime

    After pro-Trump mobs stormed the capitol and several people died, I'm very thankful that security at the inauguration will certainly be beefed up.

    Part of why the capitol building was so easily overrun is capitol police may not have thought that a mostly white, conservative crowd would violently attack police. They won't make this mistake twice.

    Pro-Trump protestors committed crimes including beating a police officer to death. Beating a police officer to death is a crime. Whether you think so or not. Beating a police officer to death is a crime.

    But the discussion here seems to be more focused on how terrible it is that Donald Trump can no longer tweet. A previous poster opined that Twitter banning him was "clearly against the law." Twitter is a private company. Will someone enlighten me as to what U.S. law was broken?

    Is Donald Trump more concerned that his supporters beat a police officer to death this very week or that he can no longer tweet? What do you think?

    But let's make this real. A protestor also lost her life, a life no less precious than that of the police officer. Is this Trump supporter who was shot and killed in the riot on Trump's mind? How much does he care about her lost life compared to his lost Twitter account? What do you think?

     

     

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 2:01am

    davefairtex

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    no one left to speak for me

    David Henry-

    After pro-Trump mobs stormed the capitol and several people died, I'm very thankful that security at the inauguration will certainly be beefed up.

    From reports I saw, the protesters were let through the barricades by the police.

    To me - they were mostly peaceful protesters, per the CNN definition.  They didn't even burn any buildings down.

    I think Tom is right.  This is a setup to call any display of annoyance from the non-Biden Donors "domestic terrorism."

    You don't want the experimental vaccine?  You organize to complain about it?  You're a domestic terrorist.

    You don't want your business closed because the government would prefer your customers spend their money at a Biden Donor Big Box Store?  Domestic terrorist.

    You complain about Dominion Voting Systems corruption-by-design and the fact that Biden outperformed Obama in just those 6 critical cities - just enough to swing the election his way?  Domestic terrorist.

    And they'll pack the Supreme Court, just to make sure any challenges to this new "law" go unheard.  Complain about that?  Domestic terrorist.

    That's what they're going to try.   And they'll blame it all on "Trump" and "the pandemic."  And they'll talk about "following the science" the whole way.  The usual narrative.

    This is the very same group who have pretended there are no treatments for COVID-19.  They'll be running everything.  So when the entire country gets locked down, "domestic terrorism" laws get stuffed into the HEROES act, and the entire Bad Orange Man group (74 million Americans) get deplatformed (because - domestic terrorism), a large number of people will celebrate because Democracy is being Protected for the Next Hundred Years.  And, of course, pandemic.

    Curiously, at no time during the Fascist Nazi Trump Administration was anyone's speech shut down.  Not Antifa, who planned innumerable riots, not BLM, which did the same.  They were all allowed to proceed unhindered.  And yet now, the President gets his twitter account shut down. And many of my friends celebrate this.  Because - domestic terrorism.

    A few years ago, Alex Jones was deplatformed.  Alex Jones seemed pretty strident; not really my thing. So I didn't complain.  Now - Donald Trump gets deplatformed.  This is much more alarming to me.  I realized - this is how they do it, step by step, moving up the escalation ladder, until finally its nuclear war.

    I am reminded of a poem from another time.  It reads:

    “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out,
    Because I was not a Socialist.

    Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out,
    Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

    Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out,
    Because I was not a Jew.

    Then they came for me,
    and there was no one left to speak for me.”

    -- Martin Niemöller

    The gang coming into power insist that there are no treatments for COVID19.  We know this isn't true.  Thousands of people die every day - due almost entirely to them insisting there are no treatments.  This is the moral character of the gang moving into power.  They don't care if you live or die.  And they'll be controlling all the levers of power.  If you object to literally anything, they'll call you a domestic terrorist.  That's the plan.

    Are you ok with this?  If not - when exactly do you plan to speak out?  You might consider doing so in advance of them coming for you.  The old-style liberals at the ACLU knew this.  That's why they defended the rights of the KKK to march.  Smart guys, the old ACLU.  They all read Niemoller.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 2:48am

    thc0655

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    Evidence please

    Pro-Trump protestors committed crimes including beating a police officer to death.

    Where did you get that information David? Every single account I’ve read or heard has used the passive voice to say the officer suffered an injury during the struggle with protesters. Like maybe a heart attack? I’ve not seen one account that says the officer was beaten to death. If he was beaten to death, is there a homicide investigation? What injuries did he suffer? Are there photos of his injuries? Have charges been announced? Are there suspects with names and faces? What is the officer’s name, age and gender?

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 5:14am

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    Pappy

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    Officer desth

    There is a video of a man throwing a fire extinguisher, it bounces off a riot helmet on one officer and hits another without a helmet in the head. It is “presumed” to be said deceased officer. Presumed. Assailant yet to be identified. I’ll look for a link when I have more time later this afternoon.

    After some relaxation and reflection exercises, I’ve realized none of this is adding up. There was a war zone at one end of the capital while on the other side officers were letting people in and hanging out with them.

    I’ve seen footage of cops mingling with people as they attempted to break that door down, then a plainclothes officer shoots that lady as she climbs thru the door they were breaking.

    All I’m certain of now is that this whole thing was a clusterfuck of epic proportions. And either capital security is the worst policing available anywhere, or there were conflicting orders and lack of response that would normally have occurred for some reason.

     

    BTW - I was pretty emotional and implicitly rude to a certain member(s) on this thread recently in another thread. I wish to apologize here for said remarks.

    This shit is scary and my brain is not trained to react with thought and not emotion fully yet.
    I’m working on it and hope to get better at it ASAP.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 5:25am

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    The odd feeling of a shoe to drop

    I so appreciate that there are members who sense intuitively the movement of forces, and then some who can articulate the patterns that they are seeing very clearly.

    I'm guessing, The Patriot Act 2.0 will be the next thing.

    Here It Comes: 'Patriot Act 2.0' Aimed At The UnWoke Enemy Within
    ... [T[here has actually been “talk of legislation” for weeks – even months. Soon-to-be-President Joe Biden promised a new “domestic terrorism bill” back in November, according to the Wall Street Journal.

    That is why you’re seeing so much usage of the phrase “domestic terrorism” in the last couple of days.

    It’s the meme-phrase. The primary talking point for this whole exercise. It was underlined in all the memos sent out to all the media outlets.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 6:03am

    Kathy

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    Kathy said:

    This shit is scary and my brain is not trained to react with thought and not emotion fully yet.
    I’m working on it and hope to get better at it ASAP.

    Pappy,

    I’m with you, this shit is scary!  After watching the whole HCQ, IVM thing unfold, with  people censored and dare I say killed (the HCQ ODing in England) I have no idea what happened at the Capitol.   I don’t think we will ever know.  Just like there are JFK movies every five years that feed up some narrative I think we will get “Storm the Capitol” movies but never know the truth.

    I have to admit, my  years arguing about soap opera couples has served me well.  I can walk away from heated internet discussions.  In the early days it wasn’t so easy for me.  The impulse to reference one more supporting fact or scene got the best of me on many occasions.   I get it Pappy!

    Kathy

    P.S. RnA is still better than either Robert and Holly or DnA!

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 7:22am

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    Another DC video. Officer being injured.

    https://www.police1.com/crowd-control/articles/video-shows-leo-getting-crushed-by-mob-at-capitol-lkBoqOZrZeq66tHR/

     

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 7:32am

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    Officer Brian Sicnick returned to his HQ after the event and later collapsed and died

    https://www.police1.com/officer-down/us-capitol-police-officer-dies-after-riot-clOeYXVHxAlOBBLv/

    Sounds like a heart attack or stroke, AFTER the incident. But we’ll see eventually. Unless the FIB gets involved, in which case all information will be quarantined or slanted.

    The U.S. Capitol Police says an officer who was injured after responding to riots at the Capitol has died.

    Officer Brian D. Sicknick died Thursday due to injuries sustained while on-duty, physically engaging with protesters at the U.S. Capitol, the statement said.

    Supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on Wednesday as Congress was tallying the Electoral College votes to confirm Democrat Joe Biden won the election. Sicknick returned to his division office and collapsed, the report said. He was taken to a hospital and later died.

    The death will be investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch, the USCP, and federal law enforcement. Sicknick joined the Capitol police in 2008.

    Democratic leaders of the House Appropriations Committee said the “tragic loss” of a Capitol police officer “should remind all of us of the bravery of the law enforcement officers who protected us, our colleagues, Congressional staff, the press corps and other essential workers″ during the hourslong takeover of the Capitol by pro-Trump protesters.

    https://apnews.com/article/donald-trump-ap-top-news-michael-pence-46933a828d7b12de7e3d5620a8a04583

    Sicknick was the fifth person to die because of the Capitol protest violence.

    One protester, a woman from California, was shot to death by Capitol Police, and three other people died after “medical emergencies” related to the breach, including at least who died of an apparent heart attack.

    Sicknick, 42, was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher during a struggle, two law enforcement officials said, although it was not clear if he was the officer shown in the video. The officials could not discuss the ongoing investigation publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.

    Another disturbing video shows a bloodied police officer screaming for help as he’s crushed by protesters inside the Capitol building. The young officer is pinned between a riot shield and metal door. Bleeding from the mouth, he cries out in pain and screams, “Help!”

    Other images show police completely overwhelmed by protesters who shoved, kicked and punched their way into the building. In one stunning video, a lone police officer tries to hold off a mob of demonstrators from cracking into the lobby. He fails.

    Protesters attacked police with pipes, sprayed irritants and even planted live bombs found in the area.

    Sicknick’s family said Friday that he had wanted to be a police officer his entire life. He served in the New Jersey Air National Guard before joining the Capitol Police in 2008. Many details regarding the incident remain unknown, and Sicknick’s family urged the public and news media not to make his death a political issue.

    Still, the riot — and Sicknick’s death — focused renewed attention on Capitol Police, a force of more than 2,300 officers and civilian employees that protects the Capitol, lawmakers, staff and visitors. The agency has an annual budget of about $515 million.

    Three days before the riot, the Pentagon offered National Guard manpower. And as the mob descended on the building Wednesday, Justice Department leaders reached out to offer up FBI agents. Capitol Police turned them down both times, according to senior defense officials and two people familiar with the matter.

    Despite plenty of warnings of a possible insurrection and ample resources and time to prepare, police planned only for a free speech demonstration.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 7:56am

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    MarkM

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    Capitol police chief resigns immediately...

    another office commits suicide.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/sund-resigns/2021/01/10/f3a9ceca-5365-11eb-a08b-f1381ef3d207_story.html

    Seems normal.

     

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 8:15am

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    word of the day

    What happened to "pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon?"  And, "Defund the Police?"

    I'm suffering from a substantial amount of whiplash.  Just six months ago, the police were the evildoers, now I'm seeing violence directed at police depicted as actually something bad.

    I'm really confused.

    Shouldn't we be defunding the police?  Or re-imagining the police?  Surely we should not be sympathetic when the structurally racist police are being injured or killed.

    I mean.  Fry 'em like bacon!  Right?

    This all feels like a bunch of white fragility to me.

    Word of the day: Cognitive Dissonance.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 9:44am

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    sand_puppy, with regards to the "domestic terrorism" label

    They've actually been ramping that rhetoric up for a number of years now.  My surprise is that they didn't have a few false flaggers with guns in the crowd shooting a few people at the Capitol to give the new administration a chance to go after the 2nd Amendment with added vigor.  I'm sure that's coming along in short order at a future venue.

    Here's what will define what's to come:

    Little by little, more and more will be controlled by fewer and fewer.

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 9:59am

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    Officer Joe Schmoe is another casualty of the U.S. Capitol "riot"

    Future banner headline 1 year from now:

    Officer Joe Schmoe has died.  That brings to 100 the total of people who have died as a result of the U.S. Capitol riot.  Sources close to Joe Schmoe revealed he took his own life.  The economic woes and subsequent foreclosure on his home and divorce from his wife that he experienced as a result of poor governance had nothing to do with this event.  The last casualty was Civilian Jim Slim who died as a result of an untreated infected toe nail sustained when he tripped on the Capitol steps while exiting the premises after delivering a pizza there.

     

    By the way, I've lived through a real riot.  A real riot tends to be much more vicious than what occurred at the Capitol, other than the panicky and trigger happy Capitol cop fatally shooting an unarmed white female patriotic veteran.

     

    Decades from now, the spin on this event from BOTH sides will be studied in academia as the classic example of the madness of crowds.  

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 10:23am

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    evidence, but ambiguous at this point

    This article documents a homicide investigation.  Officer Brian Sicknick died of a stroke which may have been caused by someone throwing a fire extinguisher and striking him in the head, but this remained unclear and undocumented at the time the article was written.  It also suggest that a medical condition may have contributed to his death.

    There is also this not-very-specific statement towards the end of the article:

    Law enforcement said more than 50 Capitol Police and Metropolitan police officers suffered injuries in the rioting and several officers have been hospitalized "with serious injuries."

     

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  • Mon, Jan 11, 2021 - 10:24am

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    Time2help

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    Little by little

    "Little by little, more and more will be controlled by fewer and fewer."

    Until one day, quite suddenly and to everyone's surprise, no one will be able to control anything at all.

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