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Cruz accuses Cori Bush’s “stolen land” tweet as a “dividing lie”
Republican Senator Ted Cruz “divided lies” on Monday in response to a controversial tweet over the weekend that the United States claimed to have been “stolen.” I blamed him. “Land” and its black Americans are not “free”.
Texas Republicans tear the widely panned tweets of progressive Democrats and burn them as full of hatred, as Americans begin to believe in the people on the left when they say they hate the country. Told.
“Hateful, splitting lies,” Cruz wrote on Monday. “The Left hates America. Believe them when they say this to you.”
Cruz pointed out that former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick “tried to spread the same lie on July 4th” two years ago, sharing a link to the July 2019 article at the time. Emphasized his tweet against Kaepernick.
Bush shook his head when he claimed in a post about Independence Day on Sunday that black Americans were “not yet free” and that the United States was “stolen land.”
“Remember this when they say July 4th is about American freedom: the freedom they are referring to is for whites,” he wrote. “This land is stolen and blacks are not yet free.” Click here for more information on top stories..
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Miami Condo Collapse Deaths rise to 28 as tropical cyclone Elsa approaches the state
Rescue teams go through the closet and look under the bed to look for pets that may have been left in the ruins of Champlain Towers South before the decision was made to demolish the still standing part of the building. , I used a drone in a thermal image. Said on monday.
The building was blown up on Sunday night, more than a week after its partial collapse, killing more than 20 people and leaving more than 115 missing.
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“We took all possible steps to find pets and animals in the building before it was demolished,” said Levin Cava.
She said the first responders used the drone with thermal images on top of a pile of rubble, towers and other places unsafe for humans. She also opened doorways, provided other ways for missing pets to escape the building, and live animal traps placed on balconies “at great personal risk” to rescue workers. Said that. Click here for more information..
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Lambda mutants raise concerns due to “abnormal” mutations
The lambda variant, believed to have been first detected in Peru about a year ago, is a new concern for scientists who say the mutation may be resistant to the COVID-19 vaccine.
The World Health Organization said mutations in variants could increase its transmissibility and resistance to “neutralizing antibodies.” A health group called Lambda, or C.37, is an “variant of interest.”
“So far, there have been no signs that the lambda mutant is more aggressive,” WHO virologist Jairo Mendez-Rico told DW. “Although it may show higher infection rates, there is still not enough reliable data to compare with gamma or delta.”
He told a German outlet SARS-CoV-2, which may begin to become more contagious, but may not be so deadly. Click here for more information..
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Ted Cruz blows up Cori Bush’s “Stolen Land” tweet as a “dividing lie”
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