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CDC’s failed coronavirus tests were tainted with coronavirus, feds confirm | Ars Technica

As the new coronavirus took root across America, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sent states tainted test kits in early February that were themselves seeded with the virus, federal officials have confirmed.

The contamination made the tests uninterpretable, and—because testing is crucial for containment efforts—it lost the country invaluable time to get ahead of the advancing pandemic.

The #YouClapForMeNow Campaign is Hideous 

Passive-aggressive commentary claiming that #immigrants are currently propping up #Britain, and that all the native Brits are just cowering in their homes while immigrants keep the country running is tone-deaf anti-nativist propaganda at its worst. Thanks, I hate it, #YouClapForMeNow.

Library Deletes Photos of Children Fondling Drag Queens During ‘Story Hour’

A public library has deleted photos of small children lying on top of drag queens and fondling their false breasts at a Drag Queen Story Hour.

Multnomah County Library, the library system serving Portland, Oregon, quietly removed from Flickr the photos of the Drag Queen Story Hour that took place at St. John’s Library and then circulated on Facebook, leading to a backlash.

Young children attended the October event that featured drag queen Anthony Hudson, aka “Carla Rossi.”[•••]

Bloods Gang Member Sentenced To 30 Years In Federal Prison After Advanced Ballistic Technology Ties Shell Casings At Murder Scenes To Defendant’s Firearms | USAO-CO | Department of Justice

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, July 22, 2019 Bloods Gang Member Sentenced To 30 Years In Federal Prison After Advanced Ballistic Technology Ties Shell Casings At Murder Scenes To Defendant’s Firearms Defendant pled guilty to crime involving 2 murders; law enforcement… Read More ›

Facebook to sell out users in France by revealing NAMES of “Hate Speech” “Suspects” | Zero Hedge

by Tyler DurdenThu, 06/27/2019 – 04:15
“Hate speech is no longer considered part of freedom of speech, it’s now on the same level as terrorism,” . “It is a strong signal in terms of regulation.”

Facebook may even condemn users for “statements made in private but later made public,” according to the report by Breitbart’s Allum Bokhari.